Entrepreneurship education as first-person transformation: Interiority as an operationalizing mechanism by Kisito F. Nzembayie * , David Coghlan

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The case for repositioning entrepreneurship education (EE) as first-person transformation in
classrooms envisioned as spaces for practical reasoning, has lately received significant scholarly
attention. This case aligns with a broader need to generate more impactful learning outcomes
that accurately reflect the nature of the entrepreneurship phenomenon. Notwithstanding, how a theory-praxis nexus results in first-person transformation remains underdeveloped. Accordingly, this paper advances interiority as an operationalizing mechanism for developing entrepreneurship as first-person transformation. Thus, we contribute to shifting the focus of learning from what we know, to how we know in a process of intellectual self-awareness. We then offer a conceptual framework that connects three realms of knowing: practical, relational, and theoretical, with interiority as the fulcrum. We discuss how this approach contributes to impactful entrepreneurial learning, seen through the emergence of entrepreneurial mindsets in reflective student practice

Corresponding author.
E-mail addresses: kfutonge@tcd.ie (K.F. Nzembayie), dcoghlan@tcd.ie (D. Coghlan).
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbvi.2024.e00471

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