Phenomenographic Study on the Teaching-Learning of Entrepreneurship through the use of Role Playing Games


  • Jorge Hernan Mesa Cano
  • Juan Pablo Mesa Lopez
  • Diana Maria Osorii Posada


In this article we establish the contribution of a role playing game in teaching entrepreneurship by using a phenomenological approach, for identifying and describing the different ways in which a group of people experience a particular phenomenon. We present the findings in a statement of results with referential and structural aspects, indicating what and how the students learn, respectively. With the game we manage to strengthen, among other things, collaborative work, decision making, strategy, and the identification of types of entrepreneurship, as well as the recognition of the actors of the ecosystem and their relationship.