- identifies evidence-based knowledge related to education and teaching and digital communication.
- knows the theoretical basis of education and teaching and digital communication and is able to apply them utilizing evidence-based knowledge.
- knows and is able to utilize broadly education and teaching and digital communication
- analyzes and applies evidence-based knowledge and electronic communication individual and family-oriented way.
Marshall, Lori C., and Sigma Theta Tau International. Mastering Patient and Family Education: A Healthcare Handbook for Success. Sigma Theta Tau International, 2016. Chapters 2,7-8,14.
Rogers, Alan & Horrocks, Naomi: Teaching Adults.2010.E-book chapters: 5-6 and 10 from page 237 on tp page 262.
Other material will presented in the mandatory orientation 3.11.21.
Lectures, small group work, seminar, workshops at school and individual studying.
Active participation in all work forms and all approved tasks are completed by 19 Jan 22.
03.11.2021 - 12.12.2021
01.06.2021 - 15.10.2021
Anna Rinne, Emmanuel Abruquah
Orientation 3.11.21, workshops and seminar are mandatory.
1 Theory: mark (1-5) based on your team plan and group report
2 Digital material: (S )Approved based on your presentation in the workshop 17.11.21 or your individual presentation and peer review via moodle. In case of absence: workshop is compensated individually by writing a peer review on 3 posted materials and posting 3 materials with written presentation on it based on scientific references.
3 Peer evaluation: (S) approved. Note: High quality peer review can elevate your grade.
4 Guidance session: (S) approved.
A) mandatory Guidance workshop 25 November.
B) video taped session presented and self-evaluated in the seminar 16 December.
In case of absence from the workshop on 25 November compensatory work: Post a video on your self- practice with a self-evaluation on the session based on minimum of three references to moodle.
5 Written communication: (S) approved (group report and individual self-evaluation)
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Nursing
TAMK Main Campus
In case of an absence from the mandatory seminar: if the student has planned and collaborated fully in the guidance session presentation preparations and cannot attend to the mandatory seminar, they can make up for an absence by watching and looking into every other (excluding your own team’s) teams’ presentations and giving detailed, peer review using evidence based references on all presentations in the seminar. All aspects of the guidance sessions must be reviewed based on references. The due date is two weeks after the seminar. Peer reviews must be posted to the Discussion Forum in question. If the due date is not followed, the work will not be taken into consideration.
81 hours, including Orientation, 2 workshops, Seminar and Orientation to written communication and its workshops according to timetable.