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Digital guidance and interactionLaajuus (5 cr)

Code: YH00BS10

Credits

5 op

Teaching language

  • English

Responsible person

  • Sanna Sihvonen
  • Emmi Ritvos
  • Jenni Koivumäki

Objective

You can evaluate and develop effective person-centered guidance, coaching and interacting with the clients and their family through a variety of digital technologies, characterized by confidence, empathy, and trust. You can evaluate and address barriers to the clients´ and their family’s engagement in digital rehabilitation, including their ability to access digital services. You can evaluate and interpret the benefits of digital rehabilitation programs and deduce when technology is not appropriate for use. You can utilize digital networking environments and working methods in your work in accordance with etiquette standards of conduct. You can adapt communication strategies to the specific audience and apply knowledge of cultural and generational diversity in digital environments.

Content

• Digital interaction and guidance
• Digital environments and services in rehabilitation and social care and the networks they form
• Risks for digital exclusion and addressing these risks
• Potential barriers and advantages regarding digital rehabilitation process
• Evaluation of clients´ ability, needs and competences of using different technical solutions

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

0 (fail)
You are not able to understand different interaction strategies in digital environments or the principles of person-centered guidance. You cannot identify the barriers for persons to engage in digital services or offer any applicable solutions. You can not evaluate digital interventions to recognize benefits or harms. You are not able to share information through digital networks. You have not participated in the webinars or conversations in any way. You have not submitted the required assignments and/or your assignments have indications of plagiarism.

1 (sufficient level) You can name different interaction strategies, but your ability to combine them into practice is limited. Your understanding of the principles of person-centered guidance is insufficient. You can communicate with clients and colleagues about digital interventions. You can name the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation but finding solutions to them is limited. You can assess the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client, but your ability to make the changes required of the intervention is limited. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, but your ability to take this knowledge into account in your own work is limited. You have used theoretical knowledge in your work. You participate occasionally and only rarely in conversations or online chats.

2 (satisfactory level) You can name different interaction strategies and the main principles of person-centered guidance and link them to digital rehabilitation in practice. You are able to communicate with potential clients and their families, as well as multidisciplinary teams, about digital interventions. You can identify the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation and find simple solutions to them. You can evaluate the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and take this into account in your own work. You have used theoretical knowledge in your duties. You have actively participated in discussions both in the webinars and e-learning environment.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

3 (good level) You understand the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You understand the principles of person-centered guidance and can apply this theoretical knowledge in your assignments. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the most common barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate common benefits of digital interventions for the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You understand the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, and you take the information into account in your own work well. You are using relevant source material in your structured assignment(s). You have participated actively in conversations both in an e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

4 (very good) You can explain the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and apply the information in your own work and work community. You are using extensive source material in your structured and argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5 (excellent) You can explain in many ways the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate effectively with clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can accurately identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find creative solutions to them. You can critically evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction in a variety of ways and apply the information in your own work well. You are using diverse source material in your well-structured and well-argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered solution oriented and new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

Enrollment

19.08.2024 - 30.09.2024

Timing

16.09.2024 - 31.12.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Online learning

Unit

School of Health and Social Studies

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 40

Degree programmes
  • Master's Degree Programme in Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation
Teachers
  • Jenni Koivumäki
  • Kaisa Jokinen
Teacher in charge

Jenni Koivumäki

Groups
  • ZJAYSU24S1
    Avoin AMK, sote, YAMK-väylät,Monialainen kuntoutus
  • YSU24S1
    Monialainen kuntoutus (YAMK)

Objective

You can evaluate and develop effective person-centered guidance, coaching and interacting with the clients and their family through a variety of digital technologies, characterized by confidence, empathy, and trust. You can evaluate and address barriers to the clients´ and their family’s engagement in digital rehabilitation, including their ability to access digital services. You can evaluate and interpret the benefits of digital rehabilitation programs and deduce when technology is not appropriate for use. You can utilize digital networking environments and working methods in your work in accordance with etiquette standards of conduct. You can adapt communication strategies to the specific audience and apply knowledge of cultural and generational diversity in digital environments.

Content

• Digital interaction and guidance
• Digital environments and services in rehabilitation and social care and the networks they form
• Risks for digital exclusion and addressing these risks
• Potential barriers and advantages regarding digital rehabilitation process
• Evaluation of clients´ ability, needs and competences of using different technical solutions

Location and time

Webinars in the Zoom

Oppimateriaali ja suositeltava kirjallisuus

Evans, Jane. Online counselling & guidance skills. 2008.

Heidelbaugh, J. J. t. (2021). Telehealth: A multidisciplinary approach. Elsevier.

Kouri, P. ; Reponen, J. ; Ahonen, O. ; Metsäniemi, P. ; Holopainen, A. ; Kontio, E. 2018. Telemedicine and eHealth in Finland: On the Way to Digitalization – from Individual TeleHealth Applications to Connected Health. In Malina Jordanova, Frank Lievens, Anton Vladzymyrskyy (Eds.) A Century of Telemedicine: Curatio Sine Distantia et Tempora A World Wide Overview – Part II. Sofia: International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth, 29-63.

Relevant research articles

Teaching methods

Webinars, recordings, independent learning, group work, exam
Online learning, Flipped learning, Interactive lecture, Cooperative learning

Employer connections

Co-operation with different Digital rehabilitation projects in Jamk.

Exam schedules

The exam schedule is told at the beginning of the course.

Student workload

-Webinars and recordings 1 credit, 27h
-Independent learning (small written assignments, academic reading etc) 1 credit, 27h
-Group work (Larger assignment: written plan and a guidance session exercise, self evaluation & peer review) 2 credits, 54h
-Exam 1 credit, 27h

Evaluation scale

0-5

Arviointikriteerit, tyydyttävä (1-2)

0 (fail)
You are not able to understand different interaction strategies in digital environments or the principles of person-centered guidance. You cannot identify the barriers for persons to engage in digital services or offer any applicable solutions. You can not evaluate digital interventions to recognize benefits or harms. You are not able to share information through digital networks. You have not participated in the webinars or conversations in any way. You have not submitted the required assignments and/or your assignments have indications of plagiarism.

1 (sufficient level) You can name different interaction strategies, but your ability to combine them into practice is limited. Your understanding of the principles of person-centered guidance is insufficient. You can communicate with clients and colleagues about digital interventions. You can name the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation but finding solutions to them is limited. You can assess the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client, but your ability to make the changes required of the intervention is limited. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, but your ability to take this knowledge into account in your own work is limited. You have used theoretical knowledge in your work. You participate occasionally and only rarely in conversations or online chats.

2 (satisfactory level) You can name different interaction strategies and the main principles of person-centered guidance and link them to digital rehabilitation in practice. You are able to communicate with potential clients and their families, as well as multidisciplinary teams, about digital interventions. You can identify the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation and find simple solutions to them. You can evaluate the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and take this into account in your own work. You have used theoretical knowledge in your duties. You have actively participated in discussions both in the webinars and e-learning environment.

Arviointikriteerit, hyvä (3-4)

3 (good level) You understand the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You understand the principles of person-centered guidance and can apply this theoretical knowledge in your assignments. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the most common barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate common benefits of digital interventions for the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You understand the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, and you take the information into account in your own work well. You are using relevant source material in your structured assignment(s). You have participated actively in conversations both in an e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

4 (very good) You can explain the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and apply the information in your own work and work community. You are using extensive source material in your structured and argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5 (excellent) You can explain in many ways the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate effectively with clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can accurately identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find creative solutions to them. You can critically evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction in a variety of ways and apply the information in your own work well. You are using diverse source material in your well-structured and well-argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered solution oriented and new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

Enrollment

01.08.2023 - 24.08.2023

Timing

06.09.2023 - 31.12.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Online learning

Unit

School of Health and Social Studies

Teaching languages
  • English
Teachers
  • Kristiina Juntunen
  • Kaisa Jokinen
  • Jenni Koivumäki
  • Liisa Mattila
Teacher in charge

Jenni Koivumäki

Groups
  • YSD23S1
    Master's Degree Programme in Digital Rehabilitation
  • ZJAYSD23S1
    Avoin AMK, sote, Digital Rehabilitation, YAMK-polku

Objective

You can evaluate and develop effective person-centered guidance, coaching and interacting with the clients and their family through a variety of digital technologies, characterized by confidence, empathy, and trust. You can evaluate and address barriers to the clients´ and their family’s engagement in digital rehabilitation, including their ability to access digital services. You can evaluate and interpret the benefits of digital rehabilitation programs and deduce when technology is not appropriate for use. You can utilize digital networking environments and working methods in your work in accordance with etiquette standards of conduct. You can adapt communication strategies to the specific audience and apply knowledge of cultural and generational diversity in digital environments.

Content

• Digital interaction and guidance
• Digital environments and services in rehabilitation and social care and the networks they form
• Risks for digital exclusion and addressing these risks
• Potential barriers and advantages regarding digital rehabilitation process
• Evaluation of clients´ ability, needs and competences of using different technical solutions

Location and time

Webinars in the Zoom

Oppimateriaali ja suositeltava kirjallisuus

Evans, Jane. Online counselling & guidance skills. 2008.

Heidelbaugh, J. J. t. (2021). Telehealth: A multidisciplinary approach. Elsevier.

Kouri, P. ; Reponen, J. ; Ahonen, O. ; Metsäniemi, P. ; Holopainen, A. ; Kontio, E. 2018. Telemedicine and eHealth in Finland: On the Way to Digitalization – from Individual TeleHealth Applications to Connected Health. In Malina Jordanova, Frank Lievens, Anton Vladzymyrskyy (Eds.) A Century of Telemedicine: Curatio Sine Distantia et Tempora A World Wide Overview – Part II. Sofia: International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth, 29-63.

Relevant research articles

Teaching methods

Webinars, recordings, independent learning, group work, exam
Online learning, Flipped learning, Interactive lecture, Cooperative learning

Employer connections

Co-operation with different Digital rehabilitation projects in Jamk.

Exam schedules

The exam schedule is told at the beginning of the course.

Student workload

-Webinars and recordings 1 credit, 27h
-Independent learning (small written assignments, academic reading etc) 1 credit, 27h
-Group work (Larger assignment: written plan and a guidance session exercise, self evaluation & peer review) 2 credits, 54h
-Exam 1 credit, 27h

Evaluation scale

0-5

Arviointikriteerit, tyydyttävä (1-2)

0 (fail)
You are not able to understand different interaction strategies in digital environments or the principles of person-centered guidance. You cannot identify the barriers for persons to engage in digital services or offer any applicable solutions. You can not evaluate digital interventions to recognize benefits or harms. You are not able to share information through digital networks. You have not participated in the webinars or conversations in any way. You have not submitted the required assignments and/or your assignments have indications of plagiarism.

1 (sufficient level) You can name different interaction strategies, but your ability to combine them into practice is limited. Your understanding of the principles of person-centered guidance is insufficient. You can communicate with clients and colleagues about digital interventions. You can name the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation but finding solutions to them is limited. You can assess the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client, but your ability to make the changes required of the intervention is limited. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, but your ability to take this knowledge into account in your own work is limited. You have used theoretical knowledge in your work. You participate occasionally and only rarely in conversations or online chats.

2 (satisfactory level) You can name different interaction strategies and the main principles of person-centered guidance and link them to digital rehabilitation in practice. You are able to communicate with potential clients and their families, as well as multidisciplinary teams, about digital interventions. You can identify the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation and find simple solutions to them. You can evaluate the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and take this into account in your own work. You have used theoretical knowledge in your duties. You have actively participated in discussions both in the webinars and e-learning environment.

Arviointikriteerit, hyvä (3-4)

3 (good level) You understand the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You understand the principles of person-centered guidance and can apply this theoretical knowledge in your assignments. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the most common barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate common benefits of digital interventions for the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You understand the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, and you take the information into account in your own work well. You are using relevant source material in your structured assignment(s). You have participated actively in conversations both in an e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

4 (very good) You can explain the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and apply the information in your own work and work community. You are using extensive source material in your structured and argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5 (excellent) You can explain in many ways the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate effectively with clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can accurately identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find creative solutions to them. You can critically evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction in a variety of ways and apply the information in your own work well. You are using diverse source material in your well-structured and well-argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered solution oriented and new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

Enrollment

01.08.2022 - 04.09.2022

Timing

29.08.2022 - 04.12.2022

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Online learning

Unit

School of Health and Social Studies

Teaching languages
  • English
Seats

0 - 25

Degree programmes
  • Master's Degree Programme in Digital Rehabilitation
Teachers
  • Jenni Koivumäki
  • Emmi Ritvos
Teacher in charge

Emmi Ritvos

Groups
  • ZJAYSP22S1
    Avoin AMK, sote, Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy , YAMK-polku
  • ZJAYSD22S1
    Avoin AMK, sote, Digital Rehabilitation, YAMK-polku
  • YSD22S1
    Master's Degree Programme in Digital Rehabilitation
  • YSP22S1
    Master's Degree Programme in Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy

Objective

You can evaluate and develop effective person-centered guidance, coaching and interacting with the clients and their family through a variety of digital technologies, characterized by confidence, empathy, and trust. You can evaluate and address barriers to the clients´ and their family’s engagement in digital rehabilitation, including their ability to access digital services. You can evaluate and interpret the benefits of digital rehabilitation programs and deduce when technology is not appropriate for use. You can utilize digital networking environments and working methods in your work in accordance with etiquette standards of conduct. You can adapt communication strategies to the specific audience and apply knowledge of cultural and generational diversity in digital environments.

Content

• Digital interaction and guidance
• Digital environments and services in rehabilitation and social care and the networks they form
• Risks for digital exclusion and addressing these risks
• Potential barriers and advantages regarding digital rehabilitation process
• Evaluation of clients´ ability, needs and competences of using different technical solutions

Oppimateriaali ja suositeltava kirjallisuus

Evans, Jane. Online counselling & guidance skills. 2008.

Heidelbaugh, J. J. t. (2021). Telehealth: A multidisciplinary approach. Elsevier.

Kouri, P. ; Reponen, J. ; Ahonen, O. ; Metsäniemi, P. ; Holopainen, A. ; Kontio, E. 2018. Telemedicine and eHealth in Finland: On the Way to Digitalization – from Individual TeleHealth Applications to Connected Health. In Malina Jordanova, Frank Lievens, Anton Vladzymyrskyy (Eds.) A Century of Telemedicine: Curatio Sine Distantia et Tempora A World Wide Overview – Part II. Sofia: International Society for Telemedicine & eHealth, 29-63.

Relevant research articles

Teaching methods

Webinars, recordings, independent learning, group work, exam
Online learning, Flipped learning, Interactive lecture, Cooperative learning

Student workload

-Webinars and recordings 1 credit, 27h
-Independent learning (small written assignments, academic reading etc) 1 credit, 27h
-Group work (Larger assignment: written plan and a guidance session exercise, self evaluation & peer review) 2 credits, 54h
-Exam 1 credit, 27h

Evaluation scale

0-5

Arviointikriteerit, tyydyttävä (1-2)

0 (fail)
You are not able to understand different interaction strategies in digital environments or the principles of person-centered guidance. You cannot identify the barriers for persons to engage in digital services or offer any applicable solutions. You can not evaluate digital interventions to recognize benefits or harms. You are not able to share information through digital networks. You have not participated in the webinars or conversations in any way. You have not submitted the required assignments and/or your assignments have indications of plagiarism.

1 (sufficient level) You can name different interaction strategies, but your ability to combine them into practice is limited. Your understanding of the principles of person-centered guidance is insufficient. You can communicate with clients and colleagues about digital interventions. You can name the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation but finding solutions to them is limited. You can assess the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client, but your ability to make the changes required of the intervention is limited. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, but your ability to take this knowledge into account in your own work is limited. You have used theoretical knowledge in your work. You participate occasionally and only rarely in conversations or online chats.

2 (satisfactory level) You can name different interaction strategies and the main principles of person-centered guidance and link them to digital rehabilitation in practice. You are able to communicate with potential clients and their families, as well as multidisciplinary teams, about digital interventions. You can identify the obvious barriers to digital rehabilitation and find simple solutions to them. You can evaluate the obvious benefits of digital interventions to the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You know the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and take this into account in your own work. You have used theoretical knowledge in your duties. You have actively participated in discussions both in the webinars and e-learning environment.

Arviointikriteerit, hyvä (3-4)

3 (good level) You understand the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You understand the principles of person-centered guidance and can apply this theoretical knowledge in your assignments. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the most common barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate common benefits of digital interventions for the client and make changes to the intervention as needed. You understand the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction, and you take the information into account in your own work well. You are using relevant source material in your structured assignment(s). You have participated actively in conversations both in an e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

4 (very good) You can explain the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate appropriately with potential clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find solutions to them. You can evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction and apply the information in your own work and work community. You are using extensive source material in your structured and argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

5 (excellent) You can explain in many ways the differences between different interaction strategies and their practical implications for digital rehabilitation. You are able to understand and analyze the principles of person-centered guidance. You are able to communicate effectively with clients and their families and multidisciplinary teams about digital interventions. You can accurately identify the various barriers to digital rehabilitation and find creative solutions to them. You can critically evaluate the benefits of digital interventions for the client and further develop them. You can explain the importance of cultural and intergenerational diversity in digital interaction in a variety of ways and apply the information in your own work well. You are using diverse source material in your well-structured and well-argument assignment. You have participated actively in conversations both in e-learning environment and webinars and you have offered solution oriented and new kinds of perspectives to the conversation.