Key Features of Changemakers
Introduction to
SWK1051 Changemakers Module
1
Learning to solve problems
• Society is full of problems that need
addressing
• Workplaces are full of problems that need
...
Self-directed learning
• There will be no formal weekly lectures
• You will work in groups in each lecture and
seminar slo...
Winter term Activity
1 Welcome
2 Orientation & Group Allocation
3 Changemaker Week
4 Start Unit 1
6 Start Unit 2
8 Start U...
E-tivities
• Each Unit has a number of activities and
practical sessions to work on- alone or
together in groups. Each uni...
Assessed Work
• Social Venture Canvas 60%
– a poster style summary of all your work, and
providing a plan for your propose...
What you will see on NILE
7
Landing Page
8
Click to read
9
Videos
10
The HANDBOOK
11
Links from the Handbook
12
Your Journals
13
Seeing and commenting on Journals
14
Extra Reading
15
Assessment
16
Everything you need to know is
in the Changemaker Handbook.
If we have missed anything, we will
add it to the NILE site on...
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  1. 1. Key Features of Changemakers Introduction to SWK1051 Changemakers Module 1
  2. 2. Learning to solve problems • Society is full of problems that need addressing • Workplaces are full of problems that need solving • Some problems are super complex • The world needs people who can tackle complex social problems 2
  3. 3. Self-directed learning • There will be no formal weekly lectures • You will work in groups in each lecture and seminar slot, every week • We will meet with your group every three weeks for you to explain how far you have got and to seek help • You will work through each of the 5 Units of the handbook, approximately one per fortnight • You record your weekly progress on NILE Journals/Blogs 3
  4. 4. Winter term Activity 1 Welcome 2 Orientation & Group Allocation 3 Changemaker Week 4 Start Unit 1 6 Start Unit 2 8 Start Unit 3 10 Start Unit 4 Spring Term 1 Recap and progress reports 2 Start Unit 5 5 Begin collecting evidence for Social Venture Canvas 6 Preparation of SVC posters 9-12 Peer Assessment of SVC Poster Session You should keep this schedule in mind 4
  5. 5. E-tivities • Each Unit has a number of activities and practical sessions to work on- alone or together in groups. Each unit has ONE ‘electronic activity’ or ‘etivity’ to work on alone, which includes giving and receiving feedback from others • Not assessed or marked, but skipping them leads to poor progress and outcomes 5
  6. 6. Assessed Work • Social Venture Canvas 60% – a poster style summary of all your work, and providing a plan for your proposed solution to a social problem • External Peer Feedback 40% – Put details of your proposed solution on an external website and elicit feedback – Write up the internal and external feedback you receive and explain what you would do differently 6
  7. 7. What you will see on NILE 7
  8. 8. Landing Page 8
  9. 9. Click to read 9
  10. 10. Videos 10
  11. 11. The HANDBOOK 11
  12. 12. Links from the Handbook 12
  13. 13. Your Journals 13
  14. 14. Seeing and commenting on Journals 14
  15. 15. Extra Reading 15
  16. 16. Assessment 16
  17. 17. Everything you need to know is in the Changemaker Handbook. If we have missed anything, we will add it to the NILE site on request 17

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