Enterprise catalyst

What it is: Enterprise catalyst is an online questionnaire with automatic algorithms to provide a detailed report to the user based on their results. The report is available to six different target audiences including schools, those in further or higher education, teachers and lecturers, employees, employers or business owners, and others (‘none of the groups[…]


What it is: A rubric is a coherent set of criteria for student’s work that includes descriptions of levels of performance quality on the criteria. The main purpose of rubrics is to assess performances, that is to say the things students would do, make, say or write. The rubric describes a performance, understood either as[…]

INNOENT Idea Evaluation Rubric

What it is: This is a tool for evaluation and/or situating the progress of ideas and inventions during the progression of innovation education and entrepreneurship education. It can be used online or as a pen and pencil rubric. How it works: The rubric is used by participants in workshops or courses in entrepreneurship education. The[…]

Personal Attributes

What it is: This tool is a sliding scale list for individuals to situate their preferred personal attributes. The tool is based on a rubric published in ‘The Idiot Teacher’ by Gerard Holmes (1952). How it works: The scale is predetermined by the teachers or leaders of the group. The number of attributes is up[…]

Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills (ATC21S)

What it is: ATC21S is a system enabling formative assessment of Collaborative Problem Solving. ATC21S™ has been designed to support the development of social and cognitive skills needed to become a good collaborative problem solver. How it works: The system consists of four main components: Empirical progressions representing a typical pathway for Collaborative Problem Solving[…]

New Zealand Key Competence Self-Audit Framework

What it is: The tool is a self-audit framework of questions for teachers about effective pedagogy and the design of learning experiences that will stretch students as they encounter purposeful key competency/learning area combinations. How it works: The framework provides nine simple questions that can underpin teachers’ inquiries into how well the key competencies (KC)[…]


What it is: The EntreComp framework is a reference de facto for any initiative aiming to foster entrepreneurial capacity. It consists of three interrelated and interconnected competence areas, each of which is made up of five competences. Together, they constitute the building blocks of entrepreneurship as a competence. The framework can be used as a[…]

Enterprise and Employability Challenge

What it is: The Skills Challenge Certificate acnowledges the assessment of the essential skills within the Welsh Baccalaureate qualification, including literacy, numeracy, digital literacy, critical thinking and problem-solving, planning and organisation, creativity and innovation and personal effectiveness. How it works: The purpose of the Enterprise and Employability Challenge is to provide opportunities for learners to[…]


What it is: An electronic portfolio, also known as an ePortfolio or digital portfolio is a purposeful collection of student work that exhibits the student’s efforts, progress, and achievements in one or more areas. The collection often includes student participation in selecting content, the criteria for selection, the criteria for judging merit, and evidence of[…]

Five habits of creativity

What it is: Five habits of creativity (see here and here) is a tool to carry out formative assessments of student creativity in school. It presents a five-dimensional definition of creativity: Complex and multifaceted, occurs in all domains of life; Learnable; Important to be successful in life; Analysable as personal dispositions; Influenced by context and[…]