Base line online exam
Individual learning tasks: Elevator speech, essays
Small group work online
Recorded online lectures, podcasts, or lectures in class
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Bryman, A. 2012. Social research methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press cop.
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Yin, R. K. 2018. Case study research and applications : design and methods. Los Angeles: Sage.
Ethical principles and ethical review in human sciences. 2020. Finnish National Board on Research Integrity. www.tenk.fi/en
Responsible conduct of research and procedures for handling allegations of misconduct in Finland. 2012. Finnish National Board on Research Integrity. www.tenk.fi/en
Riitta Räsänen, Salla Grommi
You can connect working life development projects to learning tasks of the course.
It is recommended that the online exam be taken as soon as the online learning environment opens.
An unsuccessful online exam can be taken for the first time in the following month, and a second re-opportunity opens in the following month.
30.08.2021 - 15.12.2021
-lectures/online lectures 6 h
- webinars/replacing assignments 6 h
- learning tasks 43 h -
studying the course material 40 h
- preparation for the exam 40 h
Total 135 hours.
02.08.2021 - 30.08.2021
Presenting on the online discussion platform is also a sign of your participation in the course. Presentation should be made at the beginning of the course during the first two weeks.
The course is modular, where it takes 2-3 weeks to complete the materials and learning tasks of the modules.
The course has 2-3 webinars..
You can complete the course by combining study and work, by studification. Agree on studification
of the course with the lecturer in charge of the course. For more information on studification, see the degree regulations and study guide.
15 - 30
Peer review, reflective self-assessment, and teacher evaluation are used as assessment methods.
Assessment of learning tasks:
Discussion, introduction - evaluation on scale accepted - to be completed
Online exam - evaluation on scale pass-fail
Expert blog posts - evaluation on scale 1-5 , weight 20 %
Presentation of the development method and elevator speech or pecha kucha - evaluation on scale of 0-5, weight 50%
Reflection task on evaluation in development activities - evaluation on scale of 1-5, weight 30%
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