Chapter 1 Classroom Experiments: A Useful Tool for Learning about Economic and Entrepreneurial Decisions.- Chapter 2 An experience in teaching innovation based on collaborative learning and the Aronson jigsaw technique.- Chapter 3 Learning by teaching and assessing: A teaching experience.- Chapter 4 DINNO (R) - An Innovative Technological Tool for Empowerment in Assessment.- Chapter 5 Towards sustainable assessment: ICT as a facilitator of self- and peer assessment.- Chapter 6 Entrepreneurship Education: a Tool for Development of Technological Innovation.- Chapter 7.- Teaching entrepreneurship: A comparison between virtual and classroom teaching contexts.- Chapter 8 Enhancement of entrepreneurship in Colombian universities: Competence Approach Plus Personalized Advice (CAPPA) model.- Chapter 9 Game driven education in finance through on-line trading tools.- Chapter 10 Educating for Entrepreneurship: Application to the Business Services Marketing Subject.- Chapter 11 Work and study habits in the interconnected age: What it means for businesses of the future.- Chapter 12 Experiential activities: A tool to increase entrepreneurial skills.- Chapter 13 Fostering entrepreneurship in higher education, by problem-based learning.- Chapter 14 Best University Practices and Tools in Entrepreneurship.- Chapter 15 Innovation in Entrepreneurship Education: Developing Competitive Advantages for MBA Students.- Chapter 16 Resources and Tools of the Firm: Competencies and Entrepreneurship.- Chapter 17 Entrepreneurship in higher education as a horizontal competence.
"The book represents a teaching and assessment tool for innovation and entrepreneurship education, and exploratory experiments and practice were used to confirm the effectiveness of these tools. ... the book presents operational entrepreneurship classroom teaching methods and assessment methods, such as the `Classroom Experiments' tool, which will provide significant guidance for entrepreneurship classroom teaching in all countries. Operational and practical is the striking feature of this book." (Yinghua Ye and Rui Hu, Higher Education, Vol. 74, 2017)