If the agenda is to achieve scalability and sustainability in entrepreneurship education, there is going to be a need to increase the quantity and quality of people on the supply side, finding and training enough people with the skills, knowledge and practitioner experience to act as mentors, trainers and enablers of entrepreneurship education.
Using active learning methods is more complex than traditional teaching methods. It requires engaging students' feelings and emotions in the learning process, and developing the creativity, innovation and critical thinking skills of individuals.
Educators or facilitators therefore must be able to create an open environment of trust in which students develop the necessary confidence to take risks by learning from trial experiences with both successes and failures.
The proper incentives, assessment, rewards and recognition must be put in place to encourage educators to try these approaches.