Słowa kluczowe:

internship, innovation, management, pedagogy, social entrepreneurship


Pedagogy denotes the way the teachers apply in teaching. It is also the beliefs of educators and concern about interplay between culture and different ways of teaching and learning process. Social entrepreneurship in contrast to the traditional types of entrepreneurship, tries to connect the passion to do new things for common cause with the given economic environment. Critical difference in social and traditional concept of entrepreneurship can be seen from the viewpoint of founding mis­sion of the entrepreneurship and the market impression. Pedagogical methods in social

 entrepreneurship education help to enhance learning performance potential of entrepre­neurs. In dynamic innovative learning, both the professors and potential entrepreneurs as students are innovative. This paper is based on the pedagogical internship experience on social entrepreneurship. The basic purpose is to highlight the internship undergone as well as to delve into the understanding of the dy­namic pedagogical learning process. Review of literature on pedagogical learning and di­rect involvement of the author in the virtual classes of Social Entrepreneur School IBS is the basic methodology employed for this paper. This paper concludes with the find­ing that a well-planned and well-designed pedagogy not only improves teacher’s per­formance but it is very important to in­crease the students learning and outcomes. Dynamic and innovative pedagogical learn­ing can be ensured where the influencing fac­tors are properly considered.


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