The impact of entrepreneurship education on the attitudes of future teachers towards innovativeness, stability, enthusiasm, and non-employee tendency

Akmarzhan A. Nogaibayeva, Nurdaulet Shynarbek, Tas Mehmet, Massyrova Rimma
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This study examines the impact of entrepreneurship education on the attitudes of future teachers towards innovativeness, stability, enthusiasm, and non-employee tendency. Using a quantitative research design, data was collected and analyzed to determine the strength and significance of the relationship between entrepreneurship education and these attitudes. The results revealed a significant positive correlation between entrepreneurship education and student enthusiasm, but no significant relationship between entrepreneurship education and innovativeness. Additionally, a significant positive correlation was found between entrepreneurship education and student stability, but no significant relationship was found between entrepreneurship education and student tendency of non-employees. Overall, this study contributes to the growing body of research on the importance of developing entrepreneurial skills among future teachers and provides insights into how entrepreneurship education can impact their ability to adapt to the changing educational landscape of post-soviet countries.
Entrepreneurship Education, Attitudes, Innovation, Stability, Enthusiasm, and a Non-Employee Tendency.
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