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Creativity and entrepreneurship support training in Kosice

On 12-16 January 2015 members of the consortium implementing the project Sp4ce participated in the training organized by the Slovak partners. During the training partners were familiarized with the results of previous initiatives carried out by the Slovak partners in the field of entrepreneurship and creativity and also participated in a series of meetings and trainings to familiarize them with the different approaches encountered in this topic.

Kick-off Meeting

The project started on 1 September 2014. The first meeting of the project participants was held in Kosice, November 14, 2014. During the kickoff meeting project aims and objectives were discussed as well as a detailed plan for realization of project was elaborated.

Products

In this section you can find information about developed during the project pedagogical materials and guides.

SP4CE portal is the main intellectual project output prepared during realization of the project. Portal is an interactive creativity enhancing site created according to the Open Innovation which hosts Innovation Learning Rooms: online spaces for brainstorming and mind-mapping: generating & publishing ideas and making solutions to the published problems & questions, online collaboration spaces for mentoring and coaching, repository of accepted and/or implemented solutions. Portal is designed to support 3 target groups: students, teachers (mentors) and company staff (coaches). Portal is available in English, Greek, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak languages. Portal use is free of charge, some parts required registration. Portal is available at the address: http://sp4ce.eu/en/

SP4CE pedagogical concept

SP4CE pedagogical concept covers overview of the achievements, results and lessons learnt from the already implemented projects, and the detailed description of the innovative theoretical and pedagogical concept of the SP4CE portal.

Guidelines for consultants

This document is the guideline dedicated to consultants from enterprises who are users of the SP4CE portal. The guidelines are available in English, Greek, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak languages. This is an English version of a report. It contains general information about the SP4CE project, the SP4CE portal idea and functionality, as well as a set of instructions how to use it.  Portal and Learning Rooms usage scenarios approach is used in order to explain how to navigate, how to gather ideas for problems to be solved, how to register as a consultant, how to communicate with students, etc.

Guidelines for mentors

This document is the guideline dedicated to mentors who are users of the SP4CE portal. The results are available in English, Greek, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak languages. This is an English version of a document. It contains general information about the SP4CE project, the SP4CE portal idea and functionality, as well as a set of instructions how to use it.  Portal and Learning Rooms usage scenarios approach is used in order to explain how to navigate, how to gather ideas for problems to be solved, how to register as a mentor, how to communicate with students, etc.

Guidelines for general public

This document is the guideline dedicated to general public, users of the SP4CE portal. The results are available in English, Greek, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak languages. This is an English version of a document. It contains general information about the SP4CE project, the SP4CE portal idea and functionality, as well as a set of instructions how to use it.  Portal and Learning Rooms usage scenarios approach is used in order to explain how to navigate, how to gather ideas for problems to be solved, how to register, how to communicate with other users, etc.

For other language versions of project results please visit http://sp4ce.eu/en/.