Entrepreneurial capacity, teaching delivery mode, and entrepreneurial learning: Basis for entrepreneurship program development framework

International Journal of Research Studies in Management
CollabWritive Special Issue
2023 Volume 11 Issue 9

Available Online25 August 2023


Ye, Jiayu
Graduate School, Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas, Philippines


This paper describes the students’ existing entrepreneurial ability from three aspects of knowledge basis, cognitive ability and professional skills, and the teaching transmission mode of teachers from three aspects: professional innovation, practical innovation and the cultivation of creative thinking. the management practice of entrepreneurial learning is described in the aspects of promoting learning, promoting innovation and the integration of professional knowledge and creativity. The study also reveals the significant differences in the response of groups according to the profile, as well as the significant relationship between teachers’ teaching delivery model and students’ entrepreneurial ability and entrepreneurial learning. The researchers used the revised questionnaire as the main tool. The collected data are counted, tabulated, and used the following statistical methods, such as frequency distribution, weighted averages and rankings, and Shapiro Wilke test. The results show that most of the interviewees are between 18 and 26 years old, and most of them are junior college students and undergraduates. In terms of entrepreneurial ability, engineering students have a great evaluation of knowledge base, cognitive ability and creative thinking. In terms of teaching delivery model, liberal arts students largely evaluate teachers’ ways and methods in professional innovation, practical entrepreneurship and creative thinking cultivation. In entrepreneurial learning, science students evaluate to a large extent the school’s efforts in promoting learning, innovation, creative integration, and so on. There are significant differences in knowledge base and cognitive ability among entrepreneurial abilities grouped by age and sex, while other variables are not significant. In addition, there are significant differences in the professionalism of professional skills according to age, sex, major, family income and learning methods.

Keywords: entrepreneurial ability, entrepreneurial learning, entrepreneurial education, teaching delivery mode, integration, promotion



Cite this article:
Ye, J. (2023). Entrepreneurial capacity, teaching delivery mode, and entrepreneurial learning: Basis for entrepreneurship program development framework. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 11(9), 115-130. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2023.1122