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Title: The Proces of Curriculum and Module Design
Authors: Manuel Agostinho, Manuel Agostinho
Janyne Afseth, Janyne Afseth,
Havrdová, Zuzana
Editors: H A V R D O V Á, Z U Z A N A
M AT T H E W S - S M I T H, G E R R I
Keywords: process
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: The publication series of Lahti University of Applied Sciences
Citation: Agostinho, M., Afseth, J. & Havrdová, Z. (2016). The Proces of Curriculum and Module Design. In Z U Z A N A H A V R D O V Á , G E R R I M AT T H E W S - S M I T H , PÄ I V I H U O TA R I ( E d s,), Developing Cross-Cultural Competencies in Health and Social Care Management (pp. 30-38 ).Prague: Lahti University of Applied Sciences, ISBN 978-951-827-254-
Abstract: The outcome of the inductive decision -making process of the leading project management group (PMG) was the proposal to develop three modules, Human Resource Management and Knowledge Management, Quality Management and Intercultural management, each for 10 ECTS credits. As a result of the theoretical and organisational framework and analytical phase of the project, four strategies informed the development and implemen- tation of the modules: 1. Collaboration as a principle stemming from EU collaborative policy and receiving it’s expression on all implementation levels (designing the modules, modes of learning, delivering the modules, evaluation process). 2. Building on the Bologna process masters level framework to assure ap- propriate academic level of outputs. 3. Development of value -based leadership of students through transforma- tional learning in a cross -cultural setting and continual reflection of theory in practice. 4. Continual evaluation and feedback among teachers and students as a strategy to achieve a high quality programme. In the first phase of designing the modules the collaborative strategy in particular was applied, as each module was led by one university, but members from all other universities participated in the discussions and development of the mod- ules. The Bologna process masters level framework and related standards and guidelines informed the form and method of designing the modules.
ISBN: 978-951-827-254-3
Type: bookPart
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