The most important result of I. gimnazija’s European project, the entrepreneurship education curriculum, was created in Croatian and English, and is available for download on the project’s website under “Project Results.”

A numerous team of entrepreneurship experts, entrepreneurship and related subjects teachers, and entrepreneurs, participated in different stages of curriculum creation. A significant transfer of know-how and experience took place during the study trip to Denmark and afterward, when valuable experiences from one of the most progressive countries in the world were studied in the context of the educational reality in Croatia, and integrated into the elements of this curriculum. By collaborating with labor market representatives, the work group tried to incorporate as much as possible real needs of Croatian employers into the curriculum as some of the entrepreneurship education’s learning outcomes.

The curriculum was designed by the project work group for the curriculum, led by Igor Lukić, manager of the project “School of Entrepreneurial Competitiveness in the Labor Market for Secondary Grammar School Students,” I. gimnazija teacher, and entrepreneur, and comprising Druga ekonomska škola teachers Ondina Čižmek Vujnović and Tatjana Vujnović, I. gimnazija teacher and project educational activities coordinator Ivana Kljaković Gašpić, advisor for the subjects Sociology, Politics and Economy, and Ethics at the Agency for Upbringing and Education Zlata Paštar, and social educationist and I. gimnazija’s school educationist Željka Krakić.

The curriculum, as well as the accompanying learning and teaching materials, have been created in Croatian and in English, thereby allowing Entrepreneurship to be taught in English in secondary grammar school programs with bilingual instruction, and potentially adding an international dimension to the subject and/or to the developed learning and teaching materials.

The curriculum was given the green light by three independent reviewers, who estimated that it was designed in accordance with curriculum theory and modern teaching standards, and recommended it for approval. The project team has forwarded the newly created curriculum in Croatian and in English, together with the independent reviews, to the project collaborator – the Agency for Upbringing and Education – for verification.