Tools and Methods

Here you can find tools and methods to support entrepreneurial teaching and learning. They can be used from primary level to upper secondary schools and in initial teacher training.


By “tool and method” we mean approaches that are used for teaching in a given subject or context. This is the reason why the entrepreneurial tools and methods available in the Virtual Guide are searchable with the following criteria:

  • The age of the students that can be involved and the related school level (e.g. primary, secondary, etc.).
  • The subject covered by the tools (e.g. science, technology, engineering, math) and where they can be used (e.g. extra-curricular activities, across multiple subjects, etc.).
  • The most common issues that teachers are facing in their day-to-day practices.
  • The learning outcomes or rather the abilities and competences the students develop using a given tool or method (e.g. problem solving, financial capability, basic skills, etc.).

All the materials were tried and tested in schools and adapted to national curricula. They address teachers’ needs promoting the entrepreneurial learning in primary, secondary, vocational schools and higher education.

We would like to invite you to review the different tools and methods according to your needs and the way you teach. When you have selected a tool or method, there is an option to review the tool. We encourage you to share your opinion or view. This will help us develop the virtual guide, and give important feedback to your colleagues all over Europe. 


With the search criteria, you can find the tool or the method you are looking for. Using the review form next to the tool or method you can also share with the other users of the Virtual Guide your opinion and your experience using a given tool or method.

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Remember! The list of tools and methods you can find here will be constantly increasing: the project will continue to gather Europe’s best practice in entrepreneurship education. If you have experiences, best practices or new ideas share them with us by using the link below.

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