The teaching during the course will proceed by themes.
Introduction webinar to the themes and learning assignments (recording available)
Independent study and theme-specific learning assignments
Group discussions and peer learning in webinars or online chat/discussion in learning environment
The learning portfolio will be constructed of theme-specific learning assignments, including a personal action and development plan.
Guidance will be available during the course as follows:
Introductions to themes and learning assignments
Guidance of peer discussions
Personal feedback on the portfolio
The grade for the course is based on the competence shown in the personal portfolio. The portfolio will be prepared throughout the duration of the course.
Sydänmaanlakka, P. 2008. Älykäs itsensä johtaminen. Helsinki: Talentum.
Leppänen, M. & Rauhala, I. 2012. Johda ihmistä: psykologiaa johtajille. Helsinki: Talentum.
Perttula, J. & Syväjärvi, A. 2012. Johtamisen psykologia. Jyväskylä: PS-Kustannus.
Kohtakangas, Krista Kohtakangas. 2019. Välittävä johtajuus ja armollinen itsensä johtaminen konkurssin tai alasajon tehneiden yrittäjien kokemuksissa. Väitöskirja. Rovaniemi: Lapin yliopisto.
The theme-specific learning assignments must be completed and returned during the course.
Peer discussions must be attended to in accordance with the course timetable.
The personal portfolio must be returned by 21 May 2021.
The retake of the personal portfolio is possible on 18 June 2021 and 30 June 2021.
02.02.2021 - 04.05.2021
Preparing for webinars/online discussion to complete theme-specific learning assignments 4*10 h = 40 h
Interactive and collaborative webinar/online sessions 10*2 h = 20 h
Completing the personal final assignment 48 h
During the course, independent learning assignments and introduction webinars and group discussions in online sessions will alternate. A personal portfolio will be prepared independently throughout the duration of the course, consisting of theme-specific learning assignments and action and development plans.
Accreditation (replacement and inclusion)
Recognition of prior learning and experience acquired in other ways
More detailed instructions can be found from the Degree Regulations and the Study Guide
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The course assessment methods include:
Assessment of own competence related to the learning portfolio
The teacher’s feedback on the learning portfolio
Assessment of competence, feedback and course grade based on the learning portfolio
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