International Project II (HAKK0200-3001), 31.08.2020 – 11.06.2021,
Learning outcomes of the course
The students are able to work as active members of international projects and in multicultural environments. They have good language and communication skills needed in international interaction and understand the cultural differences and similarities between the participants involved.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Basic skills in the development of personal competence and team learning, project work and team activity, and at least good skills in the foreign language used in the project.
Cultural differences and similarities in practice, language and communication in practical international environments, and building cooperation with people from different cultural circles.
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Team entrepreneur’s evaluation is based on general attitude towards the learning, usage of the competence and making the knowledge visible. Participation for the training sessions and practical project work with the customers as well as written essays are part of the evaluation. Self evaluation in the form of reflection papers plays a central role in the evaluation process.
0= No competence
The learner has no competences from the area under evaluation. The performance is far below the target (not enough training session or project work hours, bad quality in essays and reflection papers).
1 = Beginner
The learner understands the basics from the area under evaluation but the attitude towards the learning is weak. Reflections and essays are superficial.
2= Progressed beginner
The learner understands the meaning of the learning attitude in some level and she/he has done some project from the area under evaluation. Essays and reflection papers shows understanding of the theories.
The learner has an active attitude towards the learning -> Active participation for the training sessions, the competence area under evaluation is used in different kinds of projects, essays are applied and reflection papers are describing own development.
The learner has an active attitude towards the learning -> the learner is active in developing the content for the training sessions. Essays and reflection papers are profound and analytical in nature.
The learner has a spontaneous? and developing attitude towards the learning -> this shows as taking the leadership position in the training sessions. The projects done are diverse as well as the reflection papers and the essays. The knowledge is applied.
Language of instruction
Timo Lehtonen, Juha Ruuska, Anu Manner, Tapu Holttinen, Janne Roiha, Essi Silvennoinen