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  • Läsnäololista!
  • Tässä kohtaa jaetaan kaikille kurssistruktuuripaperi ja mainitaan siitä, että verkkosivuilta löytyy sitten kaikki materiaalit…
  • Arviointilomakkeet!
  • Or isitimportant? It is trulyimportant, sinceifyouputeffort on yourprojectplan, itwillfacilitateyourworkthroughout the project. Youmayuse the plan as a guide to yourwork!
  • 22nd of MarchreadyIdea paper is a goodstart, butnowwearegoing to build a plan, which is a writtendocumentReturn yourplans for me, Venla is busydoingsomethingelsethatday There is no need to prepare in advance, I willinformyouaboutthis on 15 of febYourprojectplanswon’tneed to bereadyyet
  • Background:What is? Why is an importantquestion, focus on the needsassessmentTheoreticalframeworkespeciallyimportantpart in ourstudies, hereyoumayusesomeexpertiseconsultantifyouwant to: Whyhaveyouchosenthisparticulartheoreticalframework? Whichlearningtheoriescanbeimplemented?
  • Clear and concretegoals,measurability? Canyoumeasure the goal? For example: Enhancelearning, difficult to measure, unlessyouinterviewstudentsmakequestionnaires.. Butaim to enhancelearningbycreating a speciallearningenvironment: at the endyoumaybeable to seetogether with client, didyoumanage to create a speciallearningenvironment?If in backgroundyoudescribed the currentsituation, What is thenhereyoushoulddescribeWhatshouldbe?whatwillyouachieve? Whenwill the projectbeready?
  • Define and describe the means and actionsneeded to reachwhereyouwillgo?Defineyourchallenges and predict the possibleobstaclesthatmightslowdownoreven stop yourworkWhatkind of challengesyouthinkmightoccur? Technological, pedagogicalclientco-operation and even the challenges in groupworkSchedule yourworkstepbystep, remember to define a subgoal and deadline for eachstepResourcing: define the resourcesneeded in yourwork, thscouldbeanything, literature, technology, expertise help eventimeNormallyalsofunding, but in this case noYourveryownexpertise
  • Whatdoyouexpect to reach, compare with yourgoalsHow willyoumake sure thateverythinggoes as planned, monitoryourwork? How willyoureportyourprojectresults? Poster
  • Edward deBono, 1985Simple andeffectivesystemthatincreasesproductivity. Sixmetaphoricalhatsthateachdefine a certaintype of thinking.Meidän työskentelyssä hatut ovat kuviteltuja. Jokaista työstetään niin, että koko ryhmä laittaa kymmeneksi minuutiksi tietyn hatun päähän ja keskustelee sen näkökulmasta omasta projektistaan. Tuon kymmenen minuutin ajan pitää pitää tietty näkökulma, josta ei saa päästää irti!Eri väriset paperit!
  • Projects 2013 02-01

    1. 1. Educational Projects (PROJECTS) Friday 1st of February IT’S TIME TO START PLANNING! :)Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria PalosaariLET – Learning and Educational Technology Research UnitUniversity of Oulu2013-02-01
    2. 2. 2013-01-18 2013-02-01 2013-02-15 2013-03-22 2013-04-12 2013-05-03 2013-05-17Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-14:00 08:15-11:30KTK215 KTK215 KTK215 KTK215 HU206 KTK215 KTK305 KTK207 KTK215Course info Lecture: Lecture: Lectures: Project Lecture: Project Summing up Planning a Educational funding, Project Evaluating presentations the course project projects reports projects Meeting Meeting All the clients with the with the present client client THE PROJECT IN TEAMS BRAINSTORMING AND PLANNING PLANNING THE PROJECT IN TEAMS THE PROJECT IN TEAMS PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING THE PROJECT IN TEAMS IMPLEMENTING AND REPORTING THE PROJECT IN TEAMS IMPLEMENTING AND REPORTING FINALIZING THE PROJECT IN TEAMSTeamwork Teamwork Teamwork Teamwork Teamwork ICT Finalizing the Workshop: teamwork Consulting Consulting Consulting digital stories appointments appointments appointments PECHA POSTER DIGITAL KUCHA STORY IDEA PROJECT MID FINAL PAPER PLAN PROJECT PROJECT REPORT REPORT Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    3. 3. Today’s schedule: Friday 2013-02-0108:15-09:45 Pecha Kucha -presentationsKTK21510:00-11:30 Project Plan Aino-Maaria PalosaariKTK215 Venla Vallivaara12:30-14:00 TeamworkKTK215 • Six thinking hats for planning the projects Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    4. 4. PECHA KUCHA’s• About 15 minutes for each presentation + discussion• Peer assessment with the evaluation form – Does the presentation follow the basic rules of Pecha Kucha and does the oral presentation support the slides and vice versa? – Is the presentation clear and well-structured and does it give the basic information about the project? – Does the presentation include team’s own ideas about the project implementation and is the presentation interesting, entertaining and creative? Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    5. 5. PROJECT PLANNING Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    6. 6. PROJECT PLANNING• Why is it important to make a project plan?• A well-defined and structured plan will guide your work, facilitating operational action, monitoring and finally evaluation of your project Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    7. 7. PROJECT PLAN • A written document with certain structure • Course assignment evaluated by teachers • Final version ready before 22nd of March • Return your first versions (for peer- feedback and discussion) to Aino-Maaria by noon on Thursday 14 FebruaryVenla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria PalosaariLET – Learning and Educational Technology Research UnitUniversity of Oulu2013-02-01
    8. 8. The structure of the project plan1.) Name of the project2.) Background of the project – Context and the background of the project – Assess the need, why is it that this project is being implemented? – Theoretical framework Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    9. 9. The structure of the project plan3.) Aim and goals of the project – Name and define the main goal and the sub goals of the project – Be clear with your goals4.) Target group – For whom is the project done and what for? Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    10. 10. The structure of the project plan5.) Implementation and the timetable – Define the procedures you will use to reach your goals – How do you plan to implement the project? – Define your challenges and prepare yourself – Schedule your implementation by outlining the project piece by piece and define a sub goal and deadline for each piece6.) Resources of the project – Define the literature and other references, use of expert consulting if necessary, technology resources – Time – Project group’s own inner resources Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    11. 11. The structure of the project plan7.) Expected results – What are the expected results?8.) Monitoring and Evaluation9.) Reporting the project results Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    12. 12. Timetable for your projectIn this project course the active project work is implementedin February-April (finalizing in May)What is the timetable for your project?• What are the main things you are going to do in your project?• What kind of deadlines do you have – from the client or context of the project? – in this course?• What you should do in February? What needs to be done in March? How should you proceed in April? What is left for May? Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    13. 13. HOW COULDYOU VISUALLYPRESENT YOUR TIMETABLE IN YOUR PROJECT Google for PLAN? example: ” 10 Free Project Management Tools to Fit Your Needs” YOU MIGHT LIKE or “10 Free Tools For Effective TO TRY SOME Project PROJECT Management” MANAGEMENT TOOLS? OR FOR THIS COURSE BASIC OFFICE TOOLS ARE OK TOO :)” Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    14. 14. Edward de Bono’s SIX THINKING HATS FOR PLANNING YOUR PROJECT• The red hat signifies feelings, hunches and intuition – the place where emotions are placed without explanation.• The blue hat is used to manage the thinking process. It ensures that the ’Six thinking hats’ guidelines are observed.• The yellow hat symbolizes brightness and optimism. You can explore the positives and probe for value and benefit.• The green hat focuses on creativity, possibilities, alternatives and new ideas. It is an opportunity to express new concepts and new perceptions – lateral thinking could be used here.• The black hat signifies caution and critical thinking – do not overuse! Why something may not work.• The white hat calls for information known or needed. ”The facts, just the facts”. Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01 Instructions by Paul Foreman at www.inspiration.moonfruit.com
    15. 15. THE RED HAT 10 MINUTES OF DISCUSSION AND NOTESWearing the red hat allows you to put forward your feelingsand intuitions without the need for justification, explanationor apology.Putting on the red hat, you express what you feel about theproject… Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01 Instructions by Paul Foreman at www.inspiration.moonfruit.com
    16. 16. THE WHITE HAT 10 MINUTES OF DISCUSSION AND NOTESCalls for information known or needed – gathering just thefacts.Wearing your white hat allows you to present information ina neutral and objective way.Proposals, opinions, beliefs and arguments should be putaside! Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01 Instructions by Paul Foreman at www.inspiration.moonfruit.com
    17. 17. THE GREEN HAT 10 MINUTES OF DISCUSSION AND NOTESThe green hat is specifically concerned with creating newideas and new ways of looking at things:• Creative thinking• Additional alternatives• Putting forward possibilities and hypotheses• Interesting proposals• New approaches• Provocations and changes Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01 Instructions by Paul Foreman at www.inspiration.moonfruit.com
    18. 18. THE BLACK HAT 10 MINUTES OF DISCUSSION AND NOTESWearing the black hat allows you to consider your proposalscritically and logically.The black hat is used to reflect on why a suggestiondoes not fit the facts, the available experience,or the system in use.Judgement, caution and evaluation Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01 Instructions by Paul Foreman at www.inspiration.moonfruit.com
    19. 19. THE YELLOW HAT 10 MINUTES OF DISCUSSION AND NOTESWearing the yellow hat allows you to look for benefits,feasibility and how something can be done.Yellow hat thinking is a deliberate search for the positive.Benefits are not always immediately obvious and you mighthave to search for them.Every creative idea deserves some yellow hat attention :) Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01 Instructions by Paul Foreman at www.inspiration.moonfruit.com
    20. 20. THE BLUE HAT 10 MINUTES OF DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONThe blue hat is for organizing and controlling the thinkingprocess so that it becomes more productive.In this case wearing a blue hat you can ask for a summary,conclusion, or decision:What did we benefit from using these six thinking hats?How should we proceed with these ideas? Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01 Instructions by Paul Foreman at www.inspiration.moonfruit.com
    21. 21. For the next time:• Start writing your project plan as a team by using the instructions given today• Send the plan (as it is at that moment) to Aino- Maaria (aino-maaria.palosaari(at)oulu.fi) by Thursday 14th of February before 12:00• If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact your instructor• If you want to have a consulting appointment (about technology or learning theory), send your request to Venla (venla.vallivaara(at)oulu.fi) Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01
    22. 22. If you want something to read…• Designing Education Projects (2009). A Comprehensive approach to Needs Assessment, Project Planning and Implementation, and Evaluation http://www.oesd.noaa.gov/leadership/DEP_Manual_2ndEdt_Final.pdf• Designing Evaluation for education projects http://wateroutreach.uwex.edu/use/documents/NOAAEvalmanualFINAL.pdfSuomenkielistä lukemistoa:• Anttila, P. (2001). Se on projekti – vai onko? Kulttuurialan tuotanto- ja palveluprojektien hallinta. Hamina: Vammalan Kirjapaino Oy.• Lind, O. (2001). Näin tehdään onnistunut projekti. Tampere: Ruottukka Oy.• Ruuska, K. (1999). Projekti hallintaan, Suomen ATK-Kustannus Oy, Jyväskylä.• Vanhatalo, E. (2007). Projektimallin kehittäminen proakatemialle. Opinnäytetyöraportti. Tampereen Ammattikorkeakoulu. https://oa.doria.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/7036/Vanhatalo.Eija.pdf?sequence=1• Virkki, P. & Somermeri, A. (2002 tai vanhempi). Projektityö - kehittämisen moottori. Oy Edita Ab, Helsinki.• Viirkorpi. P. (2000). Onnistunut projekti– opas kunta-alan projektityöskentelyyn. Suomen kuntaliitto. Helsinki. http://hosted.kuntaliitto.fi/intra/julkaisut/pdf/p071005095633P.pdf Venla Vallivaara & Aino-Maaria Palosaari LET – Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit University of Oulu 2013-02-01

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