The paper describes the research design, the path and the evaluation activities of the research-intervention project called Mindset carried out in 2017 in theprovince of Taranto (Italy). The focus of the project was to explore the culturalrepresentations of the target group (students and local entrepreneurs) in relation tothe key competence “sense of initiative” and “entrepreneurship”, aimed at defininga training model to support participants and to develop the territory. Mapping the cultural dimensions of this key competence means focusing on therelationship between the way in which we read/act/react social contexts and thepractices of interaction with the same context. Exploring the system ofrepresentations that organizing their actions means interpreting their sense-makingprocesses with reference to the development of competence “Sense of initiative andentrepreneurship”. Moreover, exploring their cultural representations can guide the planning of thenext training activities thanks to the enhancement of the cultural pattern below thedifferent representations and practices of the competence “sense of initiative andentrepreneurship”. It is therefore necessary to consider the evaluation criteriaoriented to the European standards/benchmarks (Entrecomp) as cultural criteriathat may be contextualized with reference to the different cultural meanings thatdefine “competent” a person who perform “sense of initiative andentrepreneurship” compared to EntreComp framework.
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