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HELLA: Curriculum leadership, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ05 in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
17.01.2019 - 13.06.2019
Register by 15.11.2018
Location -
Teachers Jenni Kantola
Participants
75

20 participants will be accepted to the pilot course Curriculum leadership, upon application. The participants will be chosen in a lottery, but there will be participants from every higher education institutions involved in the project. The application order is not significant for acceptance to the course.

 

 

Learning objectives

 

After the course the participant will be able to

  • explain how curriculum leadership is constructed pedagogically
  • analyse and specify the curriculum leaders’ operational environment and relations between interest groups
  • study one’s own role and different interactions within the organization

 

Content: The course deals with curriculum leadership in higher education institutions. The curriculum leadership is considered as a divided and deliberative phenomenon that emphasises collegial collaboration and the responsibility that curriculum teachers and leaders share. The curriculum leadership is therefore approached as a multiple and multi-layered phenomenon. Interactions are studied from a societal, organizational and individual point of view.

 

The course uses participatory teaching methods and therefore, one objective is to develop participants’ own learning and thinking, and let this be an instrument for developing the whole society.

 

Teaching methods: The course consists of starting and closing seminars, small group meetings and expert lectures. The small groups consisting of participants from different organizations play an important role in the course. Exchanging practices is possible in the small groups where participants’ understanding of different practices also is challenged and extended.

 

The reflective and research based angle on the course is based on the principles of collaborative teaching.

Active participation in lectures, small group discussions and completed exercises. It is possible to participate in the course remotely.

 

Material: lectures and material according to lecturers

 

Previous studies: It is recommended to have basic studies in pedagogy before this course.

 

Evaluation: pass/fail

 

Persons in charge: Jenni Kantola (The University of Vaasa) & Janne Elo (Åbo Akademi University)

 

The course is a part of the study module Higher education pedagogy. Intake 20 persons. Application by 15th of November.

 

Schedule: Starting seminar 17th of January 2019, at 13-16

5 guest lectures on Thursday afternoons at 13-15

  • 7.2.
  • 28.2.
  • 21.3.
  • 11.4.
  • 9.5.

Closing seminar 13th of June 2019 at 13-16

 

 

This course is a part of HELLA, Higher Education Learning Lab
Higher Education Pedagogy studies 60 ECTS. You can even choose separate courses instead of the whole study module.

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Visibility and impact of publications in the teacher’s profession (included in HELLA: Digital literacy and information resources, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ07) in English
18.01.2019 10.00-12.00
Register by 17.01.2019
Location K320
Teachers Anne Lehto
Participants
14
max 30

Professional and academic publishing forms part of the basis for the evaluation and funding of higher education institutions. In this lecture, the aim is to answer the following questions, among others: How can publishing be connected to not only the researchers’ job, but also to the teachers’ job? How can you take advantage of your own publishing in your teaching? How can you take advantage of your teaching in your publishing? How can you as a teaching researcher / researching teacher increase the visibility and impact of your publications and yourself?

 

The lecture is part of the higher education pedagogy course HELLA: Digital literacy and information resources, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ07, but other participants are also welcome.

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HELLA: Digital teaching and learning in higher education, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ03 in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
25.01.2019 - 24.05.2019
Register by 14.12.2018
Location K320 + Distance participation
Teachers Maria Byholm, Sören Granlund, Anu Ylitalo
Participants
29
max 29

The course corresponds to LIN1: Introduction to digital teaching and learning

 

N.B! If the course is fully booked and you want to be on the reserve list, please, contact edulab@tritonia.fi

 

Learning objectives

The participant will after the course be able to

  • identify and explain what digital teaching, learning and communication in digital media means
  • describe and identify different working methods for hybrid learning
  • apply digital technology and networks in teaching
  • evaluate digital course material and be able to use it by copyright regulations
  • didactically design a digital course with current research

 

Content

 

The participant reforms and develops his or hers own basic digital pedagogical outlook and competence. The participant familiarizes with different didactical methods and basic questions on digital teaching and learning, digital information literacy, digital communication, copy wright and evaluation and quality in higher education based on current research. How to plan digital teaching and how to execute teaching and support the learning process on a digital course will be treated during this course.

 

Timetable

  1. Course start: Friday 25.1.2019 at 10.00-12.00, K320 Tritonia + Zoom
  2. Friday 8.2.2019, 10.00-12.00, K322 + Zoom (Notice! K322) 
  3. Friday 22.2.2019, 10.00-12.00, K320 + Zoom 
  4. Friday 8.3.2019, 10.00-12.00, K320 + Zoom 
  5. Friday 22.3.2019, 10.00-12.00, K320 + Zoom 
  6. Friday 5.4.2019, 10.00-12.00, K320 + Zoom 
  7. Friday 3.5.2019, 10.00-12.00, K320 + Zoom 
  8. Final meeting (seminar): 24.5.2019, 9.00-12.00, K320 + Zoom 

 

This course can be completed as hybrid course, where you in part can participate in Vaasa and in part remotely.

 

This course is a part of HELLA, Higher Education Learning Lab
Higher Education Pedagogy studies 60 ECTS, given by Åbo Akademi. You can even choose separate courses instead of the whole study module.

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Moodlen perusteet in Finnish
30.01.2019 12.00-15.00
Register by 28.01.2019
Location K325+Zoom
Teachers Sanna West
Participants
0
max 16

Kurssilla käydään läpi Moodlen perustoimintoja ja työkaluja. Kurssi on tarkoitettu Moodlen uusille käyttäjille. Kurssin suoritettuaan osallistuja osaa

  • tunnistaa Moodle-alustan mahdollisuuksia opetuksessa
  • käyttää Moodle-alustan perustoimintoja kuten jakaa kurssimateriaalia Moodle-alustan avulla sekä luoda keskustelualueita ja tehtävänpalautuslaatikoita
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Moodle Basics in English
31.01.2019 09.00-12.00
Register by 29.01.2019
Location K320+Zoom
Teachers Sören Granlund
Participants
2
max 16

Moodle in English is a workshop for beginner users of Moodle learning platform. During the workshop we will go through the basic elements in Moodle plus learn how to use Moodle in your teaching with a focus on interaction and collaborative construction of content.

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HELLA: Didactical design of courses in higher education, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ02 in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
04.02.2019 - 17.05.2019
Register by 14.01.2019
Location -
Teachers Charlotta Hilli
Participants
59
max 59

N.B! If the course is fully booked and you want to be on the reserve list, please, contact edulab@tritonia.fi

 

Learning objectives

The participants will after the course be able to

  • design a course in higher education in a didactical way, taking into consideration relevant learning objectives, methods and evaluation
  • argument on didactical choices in planning a course in higher education
  • evaluate different forms of teaching and evaluation in higher education and relate them to the teaching of his/her own special area
  • take a reflective view on their role and responsibility as a higher education teacher

 

 

Contents

The course will give you knowledge about didactical concepts, theories and models that are relevant to teaching in higher education. Questions about planning, implementation and evaluation of courses in higher education will be discussed. The participant will design a course in higher education pedagogy based on relevant scientific literature.

 

Timetable

 

Introductory week, week 5

 

5.2.2019 (9-11)
12.2.2019 (14-16)
7.3.2019 (9-11)
21.3.2019 (9-11)
2.4.2019 (14-16)
29.4.2019 (14-16)
9.5.2019 (9-11)

 

Distance participation.

 

This course is a part of HELLA, Higher Education Learning Lab
Higher Education Pedagogy studies 60 ECTS, given by Åbo Akademi. You can even choose separate courses instead of the whole study module.

 

Teacher: Charlotta Hilli, Åbo Akademi (chilli(a)abo.fi)

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Moodle - User centered design in English
14.02.2019 10.00-12.00
Register by 12.02.2019
Location K320+Zoom
Teachers Joachim Majors
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1
max 20
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Seminar/Webinar: Digital tools for teaching and learning in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
20.02.2019 12.00-14.00
Register by 15.02.2019
Location K320+Zoom
Teachers Maria Byholm, Sören Granlund, Sanna West, Anu Ylitalo
Participants
10
max 20

The seminar is part of Tritonia EduLab’s course HELLA: Digital tools for teaching and learning, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ04, but other participants are also welcome. This is a seminar even for participants who have started LIN 2&3 earlier.

At the seminar, teachers at universities and universities of applied sciences present and evaluate their own small-scale teaching development projects. You can participate at Tritonia (K320) or online through Zoom.

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Moodle Makeover (English) in English
13.03.2019 13.00-15.00
Register by 11.03.2019
Location K320+Zoom
Teachers Sören Granlund, Sanna West
Participants
4
max 20

Give your Moodle course a makeover that helps it stand out. Make your Moodle pages easier to navigate by adding labels, pages and tables. Make them nicer with colors, pictures, banners and thumbnails that work as links.

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Seminar/Webinar: Digital tools for teaching and learning in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
14.03.2019 10.00-12.00
Register by 11.03.2019
Location K320+Zoom
Teachers Maria Byholm, Sören Granlund, Sanna West, Anu Ylitalo
Participants
2
max 20

The seminar is part of Tritonia EduLab’s course HELLA: Digital tools for teaching and learning, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ04, but other participants are also welcome. This is a seminar even for participants who have started LIN 2&3 earlier.

At the seminar, teachers at universities and universities of applied sciences present and evaluate their own small-scale teaching development projects. You can participate at Tritonia (K320) or online through Zoom.

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Moodle Workshop in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
27.03.2019 13.00-15.00
Register by 24.03.2019
Location K322+Zoom
Teachers Sören Granlund, Sanna West
Participants
2
max 16
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Seminar/Webinar: Digital tools for teaching and learning in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
12.04.2019 10.00-12.00
Register by 10.04.2019
Location K320+Zoom
Teachers Maria Byholm, Sören Granlund, Sanna West, Anu Ylitalo
Participants
2
max 20

The seminar is part of Tritonia EduLab’s course HELLA: Digital tools for teaching and learning, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ04, but other participants are also welcome. This is a seminar even for participants who have started LIN 2&3 earlier.

At the seminar, teachers at universities and universities of applied sciences present and evaluate their own small-scale teaching development projects. You can participate at Tritonia (K320) or online through Zoom.

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Seminar/Webinar: Digital tools for teaching and learning in English and in Finnish and in Swedish
28.05.2019 10.00-12.00
Register by 23.05.2019
Location K320+Zoom
Teachers Maria Byholm, Sören Granlund, Sanna West, Anu Ylitalo
Participants
1
max 20

The seminar is part of Tritonia EduLab’s course HELLA: Digital tools for teaching and learning, 5 ECTS, HP00BQ04, but other participants are also welcome. This is a seminar even for participants who have started LIN 2&3 earlier.

At the seminar, teachers at universities and universities of applied sciences present and evaluate their own small-scale teaching development projects. You can participate at Tritonia (K320) or online through Zoom.

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