Leuphana University of Lüneburg

Entrepreneurship education and teacher training in Rwanda

This study assesses, via a field experiment, how a comprehensive teacher training program affects the delivery of a major entrepreneurship curriculum reform in Rwanda. The reform introduced interactive pedagogy and a focus on business skills in the country’s required upper secondary entrepreneurship course. Both groups received the government’s standard training. In addition, the treatment group was assigned intensive training organized by an NGO for two years.

Michael Frese

Leuphana University of Lüneburg
Other affiliations 
NUS Business School
Research interests 
Stress at work and unemployment
errors and error management/failures
Action regulation theory of performance
Motivation/emotion and performance
Innovation and innovation processes
Psychology of Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurial mindset
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