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Pages: 2665-2670
Publication year: 2013
ISBN: 978-84-616-3847-5
ISSN: 2340-1095

Conference name: 6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 18-20 November, 2013
Location: Seville, Spain

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS IN MY FIRST COMPANY IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Reflecting that in Mexico there are experiences of educational models linking strategies which drive the entrepreneurial attitude of top level training, and recognizing the need to strengthen entrepreneurship training at all levels of education, it is essential to generate actions for students from basic education to discover, develop and apply their entrepreneurial skills optimally.

The Higher Education-Business Foundation (FESE), instruments Promotion Program Entrepreneurial Attitude, to students of higher education in the traineeship, residences, foster stays or professional stays in basic education students entrepreneurial culture in schools public primary.

Aim is to enable students of 5th and 6th primary to understand and apply the principles of developing a business plan and the creation and operation of a child company for educational purposes, in which to learn to design and make a product, sell it in your area and manage income and expenses of the same, to foster in them the culture of entrepreneurship.

The benefits for students in 5th and 6th grade, understand and assimilate the attitudes and values of entrepreneurial behavior in their personal, family, understand and apply the principles of creative identification of opportunities in your environment to the planning and management of a company child educational and demonstrative purposes, acquire and develop a habit of saving.

Benefits of participating schools promote entrepreneurial culture among students to improve their life skills, promote values, attitudes, skills and business ethics, promote a hotbed of future entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs with an impact on the local economy, develop the ability of students to regulate their own learning, trust their skills, knowledge and foster creativity, personal initiative and entrepreneurship.

Benefits acquire training advisors on the development of entrepreneurial projects, assimilate and develop an entrepreneurial culture and business through their professional practices as child business advisers, apply professional skills in planning and commissioning of children's companies and in solving basic problems that arise during the practical exercise of six months.

Benefits for higher education institutions meet social responsibility to provide extension services to public elementary schools of their surroundings, by spreading the entrepreneurial spirit, facilitate for their students, the development of an entrepreneurial culture and business through practices professional and business advisers children, encourage the participation of students in the development of their immediate environment, evaluate the application of professional knowledge of their students in entrepreneurship.

Benefits to society for the country adopted a strategy of medium and long term to encourage the formation of an entrepreneurial culture and entrepreneurial impact on universities and public primary country to the emergence of new generations of innovative entrepreneurs, government officials, planting child community and corporate entrepreneurial culture, the meaning of work and the importance of businesses to economic development and standard of living of the community.

We conclude that programs like these where you build a network of different participants knowledge and skills are amazing that are generated in small in the near future will have an experience that will impact their economic and social environment.
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author = {Hernandez Lopez, M.S. and Pastrana Palma, A. and Casta{\~n}eda Olalde, A. and D{\'{i}}az Nieto, E.S. and Pe{\~n}a Aguilar, J.M. and Valencia P{\'{e}}rez, L.R. and Vivanco Vargas, M. and Alvarez Ram{\'{i}}rez, C. and Garc{\'{i}}a Hern{\'{a}}ndez, J.A.},
title = {KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS IN MY FIRST COMPANY IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION},
series = {6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation},
booktitle = {ICERI2013 Proceedings},
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month = {18-20 November, 2013},
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M.S. Hernandez Lopez, A. Pastrana Palma, A. Castañeda Olalde, E.S. Díaz Nieto, J.M. Peña Aguilar, L.R. Valencia Pérez, M. Vivanco Vargas, C. Alvarez Ramírez, J.A. García Hernández (2013) KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS IN MY FIRST COMPANY IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, ICERI2013 Proceedings, pp. 2665-2670.
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