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  1. 1. Dean, Dr.Sc. Liisa Kairisto-MertanenM. Soc. Sc (econ) Harri Lappalainenwww.turkuamk.fiInnovation Pedagogy in boostinginnovation competencies inhigher education
  2. 2. Outline• Background• Innovation pedagogy• Innovation competencies• Methods used in
  3. 3. www.turkuamk.fiFINLANDANDINNOVATIONS?
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  8. 8. Turku University of Applied SciencesOne of the biggest UAS’ in FinlandBachelor’s and Master’s programmesLocally very important - 800 employees – active in RDI
  9. 9. Innovation academyCross-disciplinarity in physical,social and virtual spaceBachelorin Engineering– Automobile engineering– Mechanical engineering– Civil engineering (also Master)– Industrial management engineering– Environmental engineering (also Master)in Construction managementin Businessin Design
  10. 10. Meta-innovations* ERDIM – EducationalResearch, Developmentand Innovation Methods* flexible curricula* multi-disciplinarity* internationalisation* entrepreneurship* various assessmentmethodsStudyfieldspecificInnovationIndividualInterpersonalNetworkingFinallearningoutcomesAbility toparticipatein diverseinnovationprocessesInnovationsCompetencies
  11. 11. An innovative individualforms the basewww.turkuamk.fiIndividual innovation competencies!
  12. 12. www.turkuamk.fiAbility to connect through interactionin the network of competenciesProblemOutputInterpersonal innovation competencies!
  13. 13. Ability to build networksand operate using themrelationshipInteraction/Networking innovationcompetencies!
  14. 14. • Hatcheries; eg.– Project Hatchery– Research Hatchery– Global Hatchery…• Learning by teaching• CompetitionsERDIM – Educational Research,Development and Innovation Methods
  15. 15. • Teaching and learning method• The target group are the first-year students(compulsory for all of them)• First autumn, September-December (3 CP)• The students are placed in groups (8-12students/hatchery)• In each group there are students from everydegree programme of the facultyProject Hatchery
  16. 16. • Hatchery is mentored by teacher (1/3) andstudent tutor (1/1)• The student tutors are more advancedstudents who are retaking the study unit• Assignments (topics) come from–companies–internal RDI projects from faculty/TUASProject Hatchery
  17. 17. Implementation of the Project HatcheryInitial meeting and introductorylectureChoosing the project managerDrawing up a project planMaking a poster related to their topicPreparing a presentation on theirwork and results (competition)Writing a final report on theiractivities and results• Study unit 3 CP• independent work• weekly contactlessons• Hatcherieschoose theirworking methodsfreely
  18. 18. Examples of assignments:– Innovation Pedagogy Event– Social Media campaign for RAUTIA Ltd– Customer Service Process in Uusikaupunkihospital– Campus bicycle– Dry Sanitation in Swaziland– Eco Tourism in Azerbaijan– … and 42 more…Project Hatchery
  19. 19. Incode project– Aims• To define innovation competencies• To develop an innovation competencies barometer ICB– A tool to measure learning outcomes– Performance-based– Provides proof of the usefulness of certain methods indelivering education and training– Universities from 4 countries in the consortium– Project duration 1.10.2011-30.9.2013– Co-funded by EU
  20. 20. www.turkuamk.fiTähän kuva tai kaavioFurther information:Liisa Kairisto-MertanenDeanliisa.kairisto-mertanen@turkuamk.fiHarri LappalainenSenior