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NORDSWEM, Reykjavik 21.4-27.4.2013. Group formation Group work Reports. Group formation - 4 groups with one or two members from each partner country. Group 1 (Monica Vilms ) Meril Allikivi Anna - Liisa Šavrak Matilda Kjellander Tommi Granroth Ásgeir Rúnar Elvarsson

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Nordswem reykjavik 21 4 27 4 2013

NORDSWEM, Reykjavik 21.4-27.4.2013

Group formation

Group work

Reports


Group formation 4 groups with one or two members from each partner country

Group formation - 4 groups with one or two members from each partner country.

  • Group 1 (Monica Vilms)

  • MerilAllikivi

  • Anna - LiisaŠavrak

  • Matilda Kjellander

  • TommiGranroth

  • ÁsgeirRúnarElvarsson

  • Group 2 (Mei Gong)

  • MarleenArula

  • EdvinNiklasson

  • Anders Tengvall

  • RekaHajdu

  • GuðmundurIngiHinriksson


Group formation 4 groups with one or two members from each partner country1

Group formation - 4 groups with one or two members from each partner country.

  • Group 3 (RenjaYrjönen)

  • KristelPüss

  • Anneli Nilsson

  • Olli Soppela

  • Lishan Wu

  • ÞorsteinnEggertsson

  • Group 4 (GuðbrandurSteinþórsson)

  • Ann - RiinRidbeck

  • Petra Nilsson

  • MaxymSytnyk

  • ÞórdísBjörnsdóttir


Group assignment a comparative in depth study

Group assignment: A comparative in-depth study

  • A comparative in-depth study of four of the pre-task statements/questions. -> One theme/question is given to each group for further scrutiny:

  • Group 1. Current state of energy production and usage, sources, domestic production.

  • Group 2. Renewable energy sources, availability, current usage and future prospects.

  • Group 3. Use of energy, past, present and foreseeable future.

  • Group 4. What will be the main sources in the next decades?


Group assignment with a scandinavian and a baltic point of view

Group assignment with a Scandinavian and a Baltic point of view

  • Each group dwell on one of the above mentioned statements/questions from both a Scandinavian and a Baltic point of view (as a whole).

  • As comparison, the students study (=gather information) and add a Norwegian, Danish, Lithuanian and a Latvian perspective to their final presentation on Friday.


Timetable for group work

Timetable for groupwork

  • Monday, April 22.

  • 08;30-9;30 First session, introduction. Students form their work groups. A new group work assignment given to students. Presentation of pre-tasks + discussion.

  • Wednesday, April 24.

  • 08;30-10;50 Working groups in session. Presentation of pre-tasks + discussion continues in separate groups (in separate class rooms) if not completed on Monday.

  • Thursday, April 25.

  • 08;30-12;00 Working groups in session. Group work assignment continues.

  • 13;00-17;00 Working groups in session. Group work assignment finalized.

  • Friday, April 26.

  • 14;30-17;00 Working groups present their reports. 15-20 minutes per group + discussion. All the groups join together when the groups present their reports.


Students get 3 ect units

Students get 3 ECT units

  • By completing the following tasks:

  • Presentation of the pre-task during the international study week (1 ECT unit).

  • Taking part in the international study week in Iceland (1 ECT unit).

  • Handing in of 2 reports: Daily travel diary and a Scientific report on the energy issues discussed during the study week (1 ECT unit).


Report 1 a daily travel diary impressions and reflections

Report 1: A Daily travel diary - impressions and reflections

  • - 1 page/ day. (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)

  • - Pictures can be included, but the text content still has to be 1 page/day.

  • - Reflect on your every day life during the trip. What did you learn and experience during the stay? (The energy issues will be discussed in the scientific report.)

  • What did you feel and think?

  • Did you get new ideas?

  • What did you learn?

  • Did you learn something about yourself through this experience?

  • Did you learn something about your group members?

  • How did the group work go?

  • Do you think everyone was treated fairly in your group?


Report 1 a daily travel diary impressions and reflections1

Report 1: A Daily travel diary - impressions and reflections

  • Did you discover any cultural differences between the different nationalities?

  • Did you learn some things that you may apply in the future?

  • What was your highlight of the day?

  • Was it a rewarding day?

  • What was good? What could have been better?

  • Do you view the world differently now?

  • - Hand in the diary to your teacher after the intensive study week.

  • - Your own teacher can give you more detailed instructions.


Nordswem reykjavik 21 4 27 4 2013

Report 2: A scientific report on the energy issues encountered during the excursions and the group work.

  • - 1 page/ day. (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)

  • - Pictures can be included, but the text content still has to be 1 page/day.

  • - Reflect on the excursions and group work during the visit. Write down what you experienced; you can also include hard facts.

  • What did you learn?

  • How can you make use of new information?

  • Did you get new ideas?

  • - Include (scientific) references. Cite your references with a footnote.

  • - Hand in the scientific report to your teacher after the intensive study week.

  • - Your own teacher can give you more detailed instructions.


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