A conceptual research model for investigating the impact of online teacherpreneurship education on students’ teacherpreneurial competencies and intentions in preservice teacher education
Adebola Lasekan, Olusiji
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This article seeks to develop a research model that can be employed to study the impact of online teacherpreneurship education on students' teacherpreneurial competence and intention as well as employability. Based on the redefinition of the role of online teacherpreneur as an online private tutor, instructional designer, entrepreneur, and teacher leader, a qualitative literature review of competencies for these roles was conducted. We merged the identified competencies according to conceptual similarities. Our result is an online teacherpreneurship competency adopted to formulate a research model which is a customized measuring instrument for investigating the effect of online teacherpreneurship training on preservice teachersâ€™ teacherpreneurial competencies and intentions. This finding has important implications for developing a template for students, policymakers, and teacher educators needed to create online teacherpreneurship courses, curricula, and evaluations.
FuenteInternational Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 19(12),163-189
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