Development of Learning Materials for Entrepreneurship Education Based on Cultural Conservation

  • Utami Arsih Universitas Negeri Semarang

Abstract

The implementation of the implementation of entrepreneurship education in higher education is carried out in a gradual and sustainable manner. In its journey, entrepreneurship education in universities has recently been studied on various occasions. Entrepreneurship education courses are compulsory courses for undergraduate level students. This certainly requires the creativity and innovation of the lecturers of each study program in preparing materials or teaching materials in the implementation of their recovery. This includes the dance education study program. In accordance with the vision and mission of the Semarang state university as a conservation university, this paper offers the development of learning materials based on cultural conservation of entrepreneurship through a soft development model which includes 1) Analysis of needs; 2) Material design and development; 3) Testing; 4) Implementation. 

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Published
2020-09-01