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Overview of Practice-Based Learning opportunities in the study programmes. Pekka Kämäräinen Presented at the 2nd international meeting of the Euronet-PBL project Istanbul 16.4.-17.4.2009. Contents. Introduction Basic models and approaches (3)

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overview of practice based learning opportunities in the study programmes
Overview of Practice-Based Learning opportunities in the study programmes
  • Pekka Kämäräinen
  • Presented at the 2nd international meeting
  • of the Euronet-PBL project
  • Istanbul 16.4.-17.4.2009
contents
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Basic models and approaches (3)
  • Integration into higher education curricula (2)
  • Organisation of students’ learning activities (1)
  • Reporting of the students’ learning results (1)
  • Assessment/Evaluation of the results (1)
  • Reflective commentary (1)

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introduction
Introduction
  • Why this overview:
  • Work package 4/ Deliverable 10: Comparative analysis
  • Differences between the models/approaches
  • The interestto trace common characteristics behind the differences
  • The interest to learn from different experiences

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1 basic models and approaches 1 3
1. Basic models and approaches 1(3)
  • Practice-based learning arrangements as central components in the study programmes?
  • Company Action Projects of the MBA programmes at Sabanci University: CAPs as curricular core structres
  • Praktikum arrangements at the vocational teacher education programmes of the University of Bremen: Praktika as curricular support structures (see the illustration by LD)

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1 basic models and approaches 3 3
1. Basic models and approaches 3(3)
  • Practice-based learning arrangements as emerging features in the study programmes?
  • University of Limerick: Co-existence between the Co-op learning placements, the Technical teacher placements and the On-campus PBL courses
  • Aalborg University: Contrast between the On-campus PBL courses and the Praktik placements (for Bachelor students who are opting out of the Master phase)

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2 integration into higher education curricula 1 2
2. Integration into higher education curricula 1(2)
  • Different integration models:
  • SU: CAPs as umbrella projects for the 2nd year of the MBA studies (seminars, workshops and ad hoc meetings support the company projects)
  • UB: Praktika are incorporated into study modules (the Praktikum phases are linked to key content areas: vocational learning venues, subject didactics, use of research & development instruments)

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2 integration into higher education curricula 2 2
2. Integration into higher education curricula 2(2)
  • Different integration models:
  • UL: Placements as separate but obligatory components (Co-op placements)
  • AAU: Praktik placements as alternative options for On-campus PBL courses
  • HIAK: Praxis placements as separate obligatory components (with a specific comptence-promoting function – the ”T-curriculum”)

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3 organisation of students learning activities 1
3. Organisation of students’ learning activities (1)
  • Sabanci University: Student teams working with company-specific R&D -oriented projects
  • University of Bremen: Individual study projects negotiated with the host company
  • University of Limerick: Different arrangements (Co-op placements vs. Technial teacher placements)
  • Aalborg University : Individual study projects negotiated with the host company (the optional Praktik)
  • Akershus University College: Individual working and learning placements negotiated with the host company

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4 reporting of the students learning results 1
4. Reporting of the students’ learning results (1)
  • Sabanci University: Oral reporting for accompanying courses/ workshops + Written reports (interim & final)
  • University of Bremen: Oral reporting for the post-Praktikum seminar + Written final reports
  • University of Limerick: Different arrangements (???)
  • Aalborg University: Written final reports (for assessment)
  • Akershus University College: Written learning experience reports (for assessment)

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5 assessment evaluation of the results
5. Assessment/Evaluation of the results
  • Sabanci University: Assessment of practice-sharing course & project work (evaluative feedback from the company)
  • University of Bremen: Assessment on the basis of the Praktikum report (no feedback from the company)
  • University of Limerick: Different arrangements (???)
  • Aalborg University: Assessment on the basis of the Praktik report (no feedback from the company)
  • Akershus University College: Assessment on the basis of the Praxis report (no feedback from the company)

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6 reflective commentary 1 2
6. Reflective commentary 1(2)
  • What has been achieved so far:
  • Case descriptions (micro cases): cases andfew student interviews, no interviews of company representatives
  • Programme descriptions (system cases) – mostly missing; Bremen and partly Sabanci available
  • Where does this information bring us:
  • Preliminary overview on the role of practice-based learning in the higher education structures and curricula
  • Some insights into the role of university-enterprise cooperation (to be completed with further information)

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6 reflective commentary 2 2
6. Reflective commentary 2(2)
  • What is to be achieved in the next phase:
  • Completion of the interviews with enterprises
  • Completion of the programme descriptions (system cases) with closer attention to commonalities and European guidelines
  • Where can this enrichment bring us:
  • Identification of common developmental prospects
  • Identification of domain-specific perspectives
  • Identification of ’local’ developmental options

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Thank you for your attention!

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The Euronet-PBL Project is funded by

Erasmus/ Multilateral projects

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