Group reflection on the SPEED You UP process

Here, you can find a session plan that guides coaches/teachers and young people to reflect on the SPEED You UP trajectory in group. 

In this module, youngsters evaluate their trajectory. They will be able to put this into words and maybe even create something that represents themselves.

Aim of Session

In this module, young people evaluate their trajectory. They will be able to put this into words and maybe even create something that represents themselves

Learning Outcomes

In general, at the end of the Lessons Learned module young people should be:
• more aware of their professional identity and who they are as a person
• motivated to further explore who they are as a person and as entrepreneur
• more aware of the role and relevance of entrepreneurship in society
• able to present themselves to others and explain who they are as an entrepreneur
More specifically, young people should be:
• able to formulate skills and competencies they have acquired during the programme
• able to express what elements they would like to include in the programme in terms of content but also in terms of approach
• able to update the program and make it evidence-based. According to our vision that SPEED-You-UP works from the bottom-up.

Evaluation Activities

This module can also be a good moment to ask young people to really engage into the SYU module, to give their opinion on the project. Reflecting and evaluating thoroughly is very important but the emphasis should definitely be on the “fun/creative side” and on reflecting and communicating about themselves as a person and entrepreneur.

Activities

Graduation gallery
Duration 
1-4 hours
'History map' session / History timeline
Duration 
1-4 hours
Timeswipe
Duration 
throughout the project e.g. 5 minutes per week
Draw your EntreComp flower. Assess your own progression
Duration 
1 hour
Critique for the future. Assess the learning activity
Duration 
1 hour
Closing event
Duration 
5-16 hours

6 activities
2-16 hours

Module 
Delivery 
Online
Offline
Employability Skills Gained 
Teamwork
Self-motivation
Critical thinking
Creativity