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Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
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Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
Hetl cross border learning model-kortelainen_kytta_15.1.2013
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  1. Cross-Border Learning Model International HETL Conference, Orlando, Florida, January 13-15, 2013 Mika J. Kortelainen, Laurea University of Applied Sciences (mika.j.kortelainen@laurea.fi) Janika Kyttä, Laurea University of Applied Sciences (janika.kytta@laurea.fi)
  2. Biographies:Mika J. Kortelainen, M.Sc. (Econ.), holds position as Senior Lecturer at the Laurea Universityof Applied Sciences. He is also doctoral candidate at the Turku School of Economics. Hisresearch interests are focused on customer relationships, relationship marketing and businessmodels as well consumer and business-to-business markets. He has participated in variousresearch and development projects in the area of living labs, business models and user-driven& open Innovation development with Laurea’s research group.Janika Kyttä, M.Ed., holds a position as a Coordinator at the Laurea University of AppliedSciences. She has also vast experience of guidance from a background of working as aguidance counselor for a Vocational College and international business from being a co-ownerand partner in an import/wholesale business. Her research interests are focused on learningprocess, learning difficulties and developing new learning environments. She has worked inseveral research and development projects in the field of learning environments.Business Lab (Yrityslabra in Finnish): Business Lab is a learning environment for the Business Management studies in LaureaUniversity of Applied Sciences Lohja Unit. It was founded in 2008 but started as anindependent learning environment in the fall of 2011. After first year of studies, when thestudent has gained 60 study credits (out of 210) he can transfer from the campus environmentto the Business Lab to complete his business management bachelor studies in real-life businessprojects and consignments. Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 2 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  3. ISCED classification Doctoral degrees 6 Licentiate degrees Universities Master´s Polytechnic degrees master´s degrees Polytechnics 5 4-5 Work experience 3 years Bachelor´s Polytechnic degrees bachelor´s degrees Universities Polytechnics 4 Special vocational qualifications* Vocational Further Matriculation vocational qualifications* 3 examination qualifications* 1-3 General upper Vocational institutions secondary schools *Also available as apprenticeship training ISCED-classification 1997 0 Pre-primary education 1–2 Primary education or lower secondary education 1-2 3 Upper secondary education Basic education, 7–16-year-olds 4 Post-secondary non-tertiary education 1-9 Comprehensive schools 5 First stage of tertiary education 6 Second stage of tertiary education Pre-primary education, 6-year-olds 0 Duration on years Source: Ministry of Education Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 3 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  4. Business Lab in action Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 4 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  5. Business Lab in actionProject Manager = Part Project student Manager = student Teamwork Responsibility Accountability Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 5 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  6. Case study background• 2 business projects, where the goal was to carry out a market study (Feelmax: barefoot shoes, Piece of Memory: jewelry collection) => true market knowledge• GOALS: • To connect the students in Finland, Finnish exchange students and students in target countries • To produce as realistic knowledge as possible from the markets of the target country; the knowledge best gained from native target country students • To gain more international skills, further project work and networking between the students in an international environment • To take the project learning model into new environment Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 6 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  7. Change of Learning Process Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 7 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  8. Cross-border learning, goals• To develop international knowledge and skills for the students and increase networking• To give businesses a chance to get to the international market• To develop the teaching and learning models for the use of teaching staff• To get new international connections from universities from around the world Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 8 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  9. Case study description• Project manager: Laurea’s student in Finland• Part-project managers: Laurea’s Finnish exchange students in target countries (the Netherlands / Amsterdam & Germany / Frankfurt)• Project workers: university students in target countries• Guidance: project manager, business client and Finnish teacher• The goal was that the international students could get Finnish U.A.S study credits from their participation in the project Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 9 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  10. Cross-Border Learning Idea Project Student Teacher manager Student Knowledger user / business partner Student Part-project Knowledger manager user / business Student partner Part-project manager Student Student Student Student Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 10 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  11. Cross-Border Cases Teacher Feelmax PM POM PPM PPM S S S S S S Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 11 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  12. Case evaluation• Students were excited about a new way to study• The startup of the model of action was too optimistic• The communication with the partner universities was insufficient• Understanding the project learning model requires better communication• Awarding Finnish study credits to international students is problematic• Building the model of action for the partner universities is still in progress• Building the process of action to an international environment will not succeed without an active partner1/21/2013 Laurea-ammattikorkeakoulu 12
  13. Cross-border learning, futuredevelopment• Building a cooperation model between 3-4 universities• Apply the model of action to few practical cases coming from partner companies• Building an administrative cooperation on how the study credits are awarded and how the projects are evaluated Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 13 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  14. Thank you! 1/21/2013Laurea University of Applied Sciences 14
  15. Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 15 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  16. Extra information
  17. New Learning Process Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 17 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  18. Steps of Learning Process Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 18 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  19. Levels of development in LBDmodel Strategic level Levels of developent from the partner’s perpective III Basic level II I Low High Requirement of the student’s development skills Mika J. Kortelainen 2011 Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 19 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  20. Project management & CRM1/21/2013 Laurea University of Applied Sciences 20
  21. Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 21 Kortelainen & Kyttä
  22. Laurea University of Applied Sciences /1/21/2013 22 Kortelainen & Kyttä

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