See below some recent publications and resources from the IICED team, we invite you to use and share any feedback with us.
Penaluna, A. and Penaluna, K. (2015) Entrepreneurial Education in Practice, Part, 2 – Building Motivations and Competencies, Entrepreneurship 360 Thematic Paper, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD, LEED Programme) and the European Commission (DG Education and Culture).
Penaluna, K. Penaluna, A. Usei, C. and Griffiths, D. (2015) ‘Enterprise Education needs Enterprising Educators: A case study on teacher training provision’ Education + Training, Vol 57, 8/9, 948-963
Penaluna, K. (2014) ‘Enterprise education needs enterprising educators: inspiring new teachers through formal/initial teacher training provision, PGCE and PCET’ in Owens, J and Tibby, M., Enhancing employability through entrepreneurship education, Examples of good practice in Higher Education. The Higher Education Academy: York, 41
Jones, C., Matlay, H., Penaluna, K. and Penaluna, A (2014) ‘Claiming the future of enterprise education’, Education + Training, Vol. 56 8/9, 764 – 775
Penaluna, K., Penaluna, A., Jones, C. and Matlay, H. (2014) ‘When did you last predict a good idea?: Exploring the case of assessing creativity through learning outcomes’, Industry and Higher Education, Vol 28, 6, 1-12
Jones, C., Penaluna, A., Matlay, H. and Penaluna, K. (2013) ‘The Student Business plan: Useful or Not?’ Industry and Higher Education,
Penaluna, K., Penaluna A. & Jones, C. (2012) The Context of Enterprise Education: Insights into Current Practices. Education + Training, Emerald Publishing. Volume 26, No. 3, June, pp. 163 - 175
Penaluna, A & Penaluna, K., (2011) The Evidence So Far: Calling for Creative Industries Engagement With Entrepreneurship Education Policy and Development. In Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy: Process, Policy and Practice, Colette Henry & Anne de Bruin (eds). Edward Elgar Publications
Rae, D., Penaluna, A. & Dhaliwal, H. (Winter 2011) Higher Education and graduate enterprise in the new era: should every student learn enterprise skills? Graduate Market Trends, Higher Education Careers Service. pp. 9 -11
Penaluna, A., Coates J. and Penaluna K., (2011) Creativity-Based Assessment and Neural Understandings: A Discussion and Case Study Analysis. Education + Training, Emerald Publishing, Volume 52, Issue 8/9, pp. 660 - 678
Penaluna, A. & Penaluna, K. (2009) Assessing Creativity; drawing from the experience of the UK's Creative Design Educators. Education + Training, Emerald Publishing, Volume 51, Numbers 8-9, pp. 718-732
Penaluna, A. & Penaluna, K. (2009) Creativity in Business, Business in Creativity, transdisciplinary curricula as an enabling strategy in enterprise education? Special issue of Industry and Higher Education on 'Entrepreneurship Education in an international context' Vol 23, No. 3
Referred book chapters
Penaluna, A., Penaluna, K., McCallum, E., Brentnall, C., Jones, C., Brown, S., Polenakovikj, R., Sutevski, D., Stankovska, I. Polenakovikj, L., Jovanovski, B. and Velkovski, T. (2015) ‘How to Teach Entrepreneurship, What, Why, When and who?’ The Ministry of the Republic of Macedonia, The World Bank, developed as part of the ‘Skills Development and Innovation Support Project’.
David, K, Penaluna, K, McCallum, E, and Usei, C (2017) Embedding Entrepreneurial Skills development in Teacher Education, in James, J, Valdes-Cotera, R and J, Preece (eds) Entrepreneurial Learning City Regions: Delivering on the UNESCO 2013, Beijing Declaration on Building Learning Cities, Springer, Switzerland, pp. 319- 339
Penaluna, A and Penaluna, K (2016) Putting the Horse before the Cart: ‘Understanding Creativity and Enterprising Behaviours’ in Rizk, N and Hassan, A (eds) Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Egypt: Critical multidisciplinary research on entrepreneurship in Egypt, AUC Press, Egypt, pp. 44 - 88
Penaluna, A, Penaluna, K and Diego, I. (2014) The role of creativity in entrepreneurship education, in Stemberg, R and G Krauss (eds) Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship and Creativity, Edward Elgar, Glos, pp. 360 - 397
Penaluna, A. and Penaluna, K (2011) The evidence so far: calling for creative industries engagement with entrepreneurship education policy and development, in C Henry and de Bruin (eds), Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy, (pp. 50-78) Edward Elgar, Glos.
Penaluna, K, Penaluna, A, Jones, C and Matlay, H. (2017) ‘ I still love IP: a spotlight on 10 years of designing the student experience’, International Conference, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Belfast, 8-9 November
Jones, C, Penaluna, K and Penaluna, A. (2017) ‘The Changing Nature of Enterprise Education’, International Conference, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Belfast, 8-9 November.
Hietanen, L. Penaluna, K, Penaluna, A and Ruismaki, H. (2017) ‘Trainee teachers’ entrepreneurialism as self-determination and creativity in a blended music learning environment’. European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 3 E Conference, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, 10 -12 May.
Penaluna, K and Penaluna A,(2016) ‘Design, thinking in action: ‘Simply Do’ Ideas?’, International Conference, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Paris, 26 – 29 October
Penaluna, A. Penaluna, K. and McCallum, E. (2016) ‘Neurological insights: How to spot when you are killing creativity through assessment, and what to do next’. University-Industry Interaction Conference, Amsterdam, 1-3 June (winner of the next practice presentation award).
Penaluna, A, Penaluna, K, Scott, J and Thompson, J. (2016) ‘The two I lenses: Why not evaluate both the art and the science of entrepreneurship education?’ European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 3 E Conference, University of Leeds, 12-13 May
Penaluna, K., Penaluna, A., Kantamaneni, K., Polenakovikj., and Joshi, K. (2015) Public Perception of Climate Entrepreneurship, International Conference on Research and Business Sustainability, Indian Institute of technology, Roorkie, 4-6 December
Penaluna, A. and Penaluna, K. (2015) ‘Enterprise Education: Influencing the curriculum through alumni engagement’, 38th International Conference, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 10-12 November
Penaluna, K., Gibson, D., and Jones, C. (2015) ‘Enterprise Education, Global Insights of Methods, Adopters and Progression’, International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, 9-11 September
Penaluna, K; Penaluna, A; Jones, C; Polenakopvikj, R and Kantamaneni, K (2015) ‘Entrepreneurial Education in 21st Century: A Case of United Kingdom’ 8th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development (ICEIRD) University of Sheffield, 18/19 June
Roberts, A. Penaluna, K and Penaluna, A (2014) ‘Enterprise Education: Embedding Employability. The case of Bay Studios and Da Vinci’s Demons, The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD)’, 37th International Conference, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Manchester University 5-6 November (not in attendance)
Jones, C., Matlay, H., Penaluna, K. and Penaluna, A. (2014) ‘An Emancipatory Approach to Enterprise Education’ Best practice workshop, International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference, Newcastle University, 3-5 Sept
Penaluna K., Penaluna, A. and Bill (2014) ‘Understanding students' learning and assessment: Distinctions between Innovation and Implementation evaluation strategies, Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centres, University College London, 2- 4 October
Penaluna, K., Penaluna, A., Jones, C. and Matlay, H (2013) ‘When did you last predict a good idea? The case of assessing creativity explored’. 36th International Conference, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship’, Cardiff, 12 – 13 November
Penaluna, K. (2013) ‘Coffees here, exploiting the commercial potential of ideas: awareness raising of Intellectual Property in University education’, Innovation and the Student Experience, Association of Business Schools Learning and Teaching Conference in association with the HEA, Nottingham University, 23-24 April
Scott, J., Penaluna, A., Brooksbank, D. and Thompson, J. (2012) What's the impact?" A critical appraisal of how experiential pedagogy enhances the achievement of learning outcomes in entrepreneurship education modules. Proceedings of the 34th International Conference of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, November, Dublin.
Penaluna, K., Penaluna A. (2012) Exploiting the Commercial Potential of Ideas: The Case for raising of IP in University Education. Proceedings of the 34th International Conference of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, November, Dublin.
Jones, C., Matlay, H., Penaluna, A and Penaluna K. The Business Plan: A useful Tool or a Waste of Effort? Proceedings of the 34th International Conference of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, November, Dublin.
Penaluna, A., Penaluna, K., Usei, C. and Griffiths, D. (2012) Enterprise Education Needs Enterprising Educators: Inspiring New Teachers through Formal Teacher Training Provision. 57th International Congress of Small Business World Conference. June, Wellington, New Zealand: Massey University
Penaluna, K., Jones, C. & Penaluna A. (2011) Towards an Understanding of the Global Context of Enterprise Education. Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference of the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, November, Sheffield.
Penaluna, A., Matlay, H & Penaluna, K. (2011) Advertising facts: why enterprise education minus creativity won't work, British Academy of Management Conference, 13-15 Sept. Aston University.
Penaluna, A. (2011) Enhancing creativity and opportunity recognition in enterprise education through a practical understanding of cognitive neurology. Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise (ICE) Conference 2011: Curiosity and Imagination: Exploring the challenges and opportunities for teaching and learning in the 21st century. 5 April, Rolle Building, University of Plymouth
Penaluna, A., Matlay, H & Penaluna, K. (2010) 'Design Thinking' in entrepreneurship education: how transdisciplinary approaches add value, International Entrepreneurship Education and Training Conference, July, Arnhem, Holland.