The module is a part of basic studies in Porvoo Campus competence-based curriculum. The module is closely linked with the other learning camps and modules throughout the studies. • inquiry learning strategies • setting goals and milestones • group activities with group dynamics elements • orientation to ICT-tools and digital platforms of Porvoo Campus • Haaga-Helia guidelines for writing reports • business etiquette and ethics of Porvoo Campus • global mindset • professional communication • academic writing and reporting
The learning materials are: • Books on the content topics • E-books and online articles • Online tutorials • Companies’ web-portals • Industry related reports and statistics • Relevant media, news agencies, quality press, etc. • Social networking tools • Exercises, tests • Teacher's materials, materials prodused by students
The module advances the following competences: personal goal orientation, understanding of different learning styles, team working and listening skills, agility and professional attitude, global mindset, self-reflection skills and presentation skills and savvy use of digital tools.
There may be some exam style assessments and more details will be provided when the module starts. Re-exams can be arranged during the module implementation, but must be agreed with the relevant teacher.
Possibility to work with multicultural team and multicultural lectures. Possible guest lecturers from international organizations. International learning materials.
19.08.2019 - 13.12.2019
Learning Camp 1 assessment: 1) Learning Camp 1st week 30% • Activity and Exam (graded 1-5) 2) ICT-Tools assignment 35%: • Excel Exam (graded 1-5) • Data Analysis & survey’s (pass/fail) • Webropol survey task (pass/fail) • Digital Portfolio (Website-pass/fail and LinkedIn-pass/fail) 3) Communication 35%: • The Learn to Write a Report
12.08.2019 - 23.08.2019
The module consists of three parts, here are the schedules: 1) Intensive Camp Week August 19-23, every day at 9-16: -gathering in the lobby every morning at 9-9.30 -workshops in own degree programmes at 9.45-11-15 -lunch break -project work in teams at 12.15-15.30 -gathering in the lobby for reflection at 15:30-15:45 >more detailed programme will be available in the module's moodle page when the module starts 2) ICT classes in own degree programmes every second week between August 26 - December 13 > see timetable machine for details 3) Communication classes in own degree programmes every second week between August 26 - December 13 > see timetable machine for details2) ICT classes in own degree programmes every
The module requires active participation and compulsory attendance of the student. The module consists of three parts: -Intensive Camp Week (5 days) in the beginning of the semester, 30 % -ICT classes and assignments during the whole semester, 35 % -Communication classes and assignments during the whole semester, 35 % LEARNING METHODS: Inquiry learning Peer-to-peer learning Tutorials Debates Study tours and company visits Lectures and workshops Independent study and teamwork ASSESSMENT The assessment methods may include: Individual assignments Goups assignments Final deliverables Exams Peer assessment ALTERNATIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MODULE: -Individual assignment on the subjects of the Camp Week, 30 % -ICT classes and assignments during the whole semester, 35 % -Communication classes and assignments during the whole semester, 35 % Contact teacher Maria Ruohtula for the alternative implementation RECOGNISING AND VALIDATING PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) If students have acquired the required competence in previous work tasks, recreational activities or in other studies, they can show the competence with a demonstration and progress faster through their studies. More information and instructions for recognising and validating prior learning (RPL) are available at MyNet.
Students give feedback to the module in the end of the module via an electronic form. The feedback is taken into consideration when updating the module and when planning the following implementations.
Antti Kurhinen, Jörgen Wollsten, Kati Naumanen, Ulla Kuisma, Vesa Multanen, Leena Aitto-oja, Evariste Habiyakare, Darren Trofimczuk, Olav Vidjeskog, Pia Kiviaho-Kallio, Ivan Berazhny, Tiina Jokinen, Maria Ruohtula
15 - 200
The assessment of the module:
1) Intensive Camp Week 30 %:
-activity: if the student is absent from a session, the absence will lower the final grade of the Camp Week grade by one. If the student is absent from more than three activities during the Camp Week, the week will be failed.
-exam: there is a moodle exam in the end of the Camp Week, on Friday August 23. The exam is assessed on a scale from 1-5. If the student scores less than 50 % correct answers, the exam is failed. The exam can be redone twice in the following times:
Thursday August 29 at 9.00 and Thursday September 12 at 9.00. Enroll to the re-exams is done by sending e-mail to Maria Ruohtula.
2) ICT-Tools assignment 35%:
• Excel Exam (graded 1-5)
• Data Analysis & survey’s (pass/fail)
• Webropol survey task (pass/fail)
• Digital Portfolio (Website-pass/fail and LinkedIn-pass/fail)
3) Communication 35%:
• The Learn to Write a Report
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