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2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-03 Education psychology

ECTS Credits: 5

Professor: Prof.ass. Aliriza Arënliu

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

The informed and critical discussion with the contents, the environment and with itself is in the foreground (Cf. Meueler, in 1999, S.683). Self-thinking, self-determination, self-appropriation should describe the learning process of the use of own abilities, the challenge by the apprenticeship. The knowledge should be filled and be extended by means of critical reflection. To recognise own knowledge strategies should allow determining own learning style, specifying own questions and the analysis of own thought processes. Learning is understood here as an inside-steered selection process. A particular importance comes up within this process to the principle of the understanding.



  • Conditioning, cognition psychology, constructivism

  • Subject orientation integration in curricula

  • Training; life-long learning (continual education)

  • Adults education psychology

  • Learning in organizations; research in human resources, Conflict Management,

  • Mentoring and Networking,

  • Stress Management and Avoiding Burnout

2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

Students will be able to understand and define education psychology, their demands and capacities, as well as their lifecycle Students will understand the foundations of education psychology and the implementation in the teaching. Students will analyse and apply different strategies for adult education.

Students will be able to develop planning and teaching lessons structure on the basic of education psychology theories. Students will be able to analyse and reflect teaching lessons and methods.


2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Group work with case studies

- Presentations

- Problem-orientated learning

- Reflective thinking tasks like case analysis, discussions


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Exam & Essay

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in exam and essay, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10

20




95

150

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Landy Frank J. & Conte Jeffrey M., Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 3rd edition (2010)

Locke, Edwin A., Handbook of Principles of Organizational Behavior: Indispensable Knowledge for Evidence-Based Management, 2nd edition (2009)




2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-03 Teaching row planning

ECTS Credits: 10

Professor: Prof.asoc.Naser Zabeli

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

A teacher should control the subject, which he informs The subject should be from the teacher of different perceptions looks and whole filled. A material analysis supports the penetration of the subject. For the teaching planning a didactic analysis follows as focusing for the learning group in connection with the curriculum. The didactic reduction allows the selection for the planned teaching units. Contents in this module are:

- Learning places- methods of employee selection

- Development of structure of lessons, including material analysis, didactic analysis, teaching forms and methods, teaching course planning, learning atmosphere, result protection, media variety

- Learning group analysis

- Learning target formulation and taxonomic structure

- Results of the educational research


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the module students will be able to:



  • Control the didactic and objective analysis of a teaching subject

  • Are able to be reduced in the situation the subject didactically

  • To level teaching courses

  • Reflect teaching course

- Students teaching in demonstration lessons.

2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Group work with case studies

- Presentations

- Problem-orientated learning

- Reflective thinking tasks like case analysis, discussions


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Exam (50%), report/homework (30%), Group Presentation (20%)

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in exam., presentation and report, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

20




10

140

45

225

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Landy Frank J. & Conte Jeffrey M., Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Diane M Billings, Ed.D, R.N., Judith A Halstead (2011) Teaching in Nursing: A Guide for Faculty, 4. Edition, Elsevier

Gudjons, H. (2012): Pädagogisches Grundwissen: Überblick - Kompendium – Studienbuch, Klinkhardt, UTB, 11. Edition


2-ND semester

2.14.1. Module Title: HSc-02 Case and Care Management

ECTS Credits: 2,5

Professor: M. Rode Edu- Sci, cand. PhD

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

Case or Care Management is a professional development of nursing as a steering method regarding to increase the treatment quality and individual care of patients. In addition case management is based on ethical attitudes regarding to treatment of patients. It also has effects on economic development of health care institutions related to avoid complications by patients and increase the satisfaction of staff and patients. It integrates theoretical orientated nursing in its profession. Contents in this module are:

- Definition of case management and effects of case management in nursing

- Methods of case management and role

- Mainstream methods of case management in nursing

- Steering process, included clinical pathways as steering methods in institutions

- Case analysis


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

- Students define care and case management

- Students analysis cases

- Students allocate clinical pathways with care and case management concepts

- Students reflect different concepts of care and case management, clinical pathways in their profession

- Students reflect case management as a steering method

- Developing models for teaching lessons to integrate case management in existing treatment modules in nursing education

- Formulate values of ethical treatment of patients



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Exercise: case studies

- Problem-orientated learning



- Reflective thinking tasks like case analysis, discussions

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

von Reibnitz, Case Management: praktisch und effizient, Sringer 2009

Powell, Case Management, Lippincott, Williams, Wilkens, 3. Edition, 2009


Special module for midwifery

2.14.1. Module Title: HSc-02 Case and Care Management for Midwifery

ECTS Credits: 2,5

Professor: M. Rode Edu- Sci, cand. PhD

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

Case Management is a steering method to coordinate a case orientation or case groups. To steer case minimized risks for individual cases, increase treatment quality and coordinate interdisciplinary teams. In addition case management is based on ethical attitudes regarding to treatment of patients. Midwifery needs special case management methods regarding to their professional field. In this profession, education and consulting methods care important to coordinate a pregnant woman, the family and the interdisciplinary team. Contents in this module are:

- Definition of case management and effects of case management in nursing

- Methods of case management and role

- Mainstream methods of case management in midwifery

- Steering process, included clinical pathways as steering methods in institutions

- Case analysis


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

- Students define care and case management

- Students analysis cases

- Students allocate clinical pathways with care and case management concepts

- Students reflect different concepts of care and case management, clinical pathways in their profession

- Students reflect case management as a steering method

- Developing models for teaching lessons to integrate case management in existing treatment modules in midwifery education

- Formulate values of ethical treatment of patients



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Exercises

- Problem-orientated learning



- Reflective thinking tasks like discussions

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation., passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

von Reibnitz, Case Management: praktisch und effizient, Sringer 2009

Powell, Case Management, Lippincott, Williams, Wilkens, 3. Edition, 2009




2.14.1. Module Title: HSc-02 Requirement to learning methods regarding to special care concepts

ECTS Credits: 2,5

Professor: M. Rode Edu- Sci, cand. PhD

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

Special care concepts are necessary for special patients groups. Regarding to diseases a wide knowledge of different care concepts is needed to deal with special needs of patients. For that special education methods will help students to teach the care concepts regarding to prepare their students for practice. These education methods will show students an understanding of patient situations and will develop a high quality in treatment situations. Contents in this module are:

- Special education programmes regarding to special care treatments, including basis concept for new born children with handicaps, Bobath concept for new born children with handicaps

- Cognition based lessons, action orientated, experience based lessons, handling orientated teaching method

- Education programmes for patients in midwifery, education and consulting - structure and requirements

- Developing of handling orientated lessons



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

- The students learn teaching methods regarding to special care concepts.

- Describe the different learning methods.

- The students plan and teach special care concepts.

- Reflect teaching lessons with correlation to the requirements of special care concepts.

- Students analyse education programmes for patients

- Reflect methods to teach education programmes

- Developing special teaching lectures for students in midwifery education



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Exercise

- Problem-orientated learning



- Reflective thinking tasks like case analysis, discussions

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Gudjons, H., (2008): Handlungsorientiert lehren und lernen: Schüleraktivierung. Bamford, A. (2006): The Wow factor: Global research compendium on the impact of the arts in education, Waxmann, 1. Edition

Selbstätigkeit.Projektarbeit, Kilnikhardt, 7. Edition


Special module for midwifery

2.14.1. Module Title: HSc-02 Requirement to learning methods regarding to special care concepts

ECTS Credits: 2,5

Professor: M. Rode Edu- Sci, cand. PhD

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

Treatment of pregnant woman before or after born their child needs special therapies: e.g. exercises for pregnant women, exercises after born the child. Special care concepts are necessary for special patients groups. Regarding to diseases a wide knowledge of different care concepts is needed to deal with special needs of patients. For that special education methods will help students to teach the care concepts regarding to prepare their students for practice. These education methods will show students an understanding of patient situations and will develop a high quality in treatment situations. Contents in this module are:

- Special education programmes regarding to special care treatments, including rehabilitation and Bobath concept, kinaesthetic concept, basis stimulation

- Education programmes for patients, including handling orientated teaching method, experience related lessons, cognition based teaching, learning scenes, role-play. Theatre pedagogy

- Developing experience based lessons, action orientated lessons


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

- The students learn teaching methods regarding to special care concepts.

- Describe the different learning methods.

- The students plan and teach special care concepts.

- Reflect teaching lessons with correlation to the requirements of special care concepts.


2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Exercise: case studies

- Problem-orientated learning



- Reflective thinking tasks like case analysis, discussions

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Gudjons, H., (2008): Handlungsorientiert lehren und lernen: Schüleraktivierung. Bamford, A. (2006): The Wow factor: Global research compendium on the impact of the arts in education, Waxmann, 1. Edition

Selbstätigkeit.Projektarbeit, Kilnikhardt, 7. Edition




2.14.1. Module Title: Res-M-01 EbN & EBP (Methods of EbN; HTA)

ECTS Credits: 10

Professor: Education Scientist, cand. Dr. phil., Monika Rode

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

For a profession development methods and process of EbN and EbP are necessary to be up to date to new research results in patient treatment. It is also important to analyse research results and to prove it for practical integration. All professions must have knowledge in new research results and have to deal with new knowledge in their professional field. To be on an international level, it is necessary to learn foreign languages. English and German lessons will support reading international research results. Contents in this module are:

- Methods and process of EbN and EbP

- Health technology assessment

- Deductive and inductive research method

- Philosophy of Science

- Inductive and deductive research;

- EbP-Process-Cycle

- English and German language exercises


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

Students consider the Evidence based Nursing process reading to research results and publication. The students estimate EbN and EbP as a strategy of quality management. They formulate their understanding of philosophy of sciences. Students reflect strategies of implementation of EbN and EbP. Students communicate in English.



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Research based learning

- Research analyse

- Problem-orientated learning

- Reflective thinking tasks like research analysis, discussions


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation., passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

60

20

40




180

300

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

DiCenso, Guyatt, Cilska, Evidence Based Nursing: A Guide to Clinical Practice, Elsevier Health Sciences, 2005

Gabbay, Thagard, Woods, General Philosophy of Science: Focal Issues, Elvesier, 2007


Special module for midwifery

2.14.1. Module Title: Res-M-01 EbN & EBP (Methods of EBM; HTA)

ECTS Credits: 10

Professor: Education Scientist, cand. Dr. phil., Monika Rode

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

The students know the philosophy of sciences. The students know research methods and evaluation criteria of research designs. The students know the methods of Evidence based working, EBM and Evidence best Practice. They are able to analyse research results and studies in midwifery and related fields. Students reflect evidence based working and practice in their professional fields. The students optimize their knowledge and communication skills in English and German. Contents in this module are:

- Philosophy of Science

- Methods and process of EBM and EbP

- Deductive and inductive research method, in allocation to inductive and deductive research;

- Medicine guidelines – structure and methods

- EbP-Process-Cycle

- English and German language exercises



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

Students consider the Evidence based Nursing process reading to research results and publication. The students estimate EbN and EbP as a strategy of quality management. They formulate their understanding of philosophy of sciences. Students reflect strategies of implementation of EbN and EbP. Students communicate in English.



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Research based learning

- Research analyse

- Problem-orientated learning

- Reflective thinking tasks like research analysis, discussions


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

60

20

40




180

300

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

DiCenso, Guyatt, Cilska, Evidence Based Nursing: A Guide to Clinical Practice, Elsevier Health Sciences, Miettienen, O.S. (2011): Up from Clinical Epidemiology & EBM, Springer

Kunz, Ollenschläger, Raspe, Jonitz, Donner-Banzhoff (2007): Lehrbuch Evidenzbasierte Medizin in Klinik und Praxis, 2. Worked over Edition, Deutscher Ärzte Verlag




2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-04 School organization

ECTS Credits: 5

Professor: Prof.dr.Demë Hoti

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

The organisation of a school is bound in legal basic conditions. These must be moved within the scope of the education. At this the management of an education is attached with the suitable planning of the contents, resources and financing. Students will further be introduced to different types of classroom management and organization and aspects of conflict management in the class. Contents in this module are:

- Change management, theories in organizational change

- Business administration for schools in the health service

- Legal basic conditions of education in the health service

- Quality management

- Organization psychology, including team building / team work

- Education planning strategies, including classroom organization and management

- Project management


2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the module students will be able to:



  • Know organisational structures and legal basic conditions of education and schools

  • Developing education planning and financing draughts for schools

  • Know and describe methods of management

  • Develop skills and competences of organization and management of school, classroom, resolving and managing conflict, etc.;

2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lecture

- Research based learning

- Problem-orientated learning



- Reflective thinking tasks like discussions

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Exam (50%), report/homework (30%), Group Presentation (20%)

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in examination, report and presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

30




20




100

150

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Anderson, M. (2005): Nursing Leadership, Management and Professional Practice for the LPN/LVN: In Nursing School and Beyond, F.A. Davis Company, 3. Edition

- Locke, Edwin A., Handbook of Principles of Organizational Behavior: Indispensable Knowledge for Evidence-Based Management, 2nd edition (2009)




2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-04 Demonstration lessons

ECTS Credits: 5

Professor: Monika Rode, Edu.Sci. PhD cand/Prof.Dr. Demë Hoti

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

Didactic, theme and group analysis are basics instruments of teacher. To learn it theoretically not assured to be able to teach in classrooms. To exercise teaching is necessary to develop practical skills and competencies in teaching process. Reflecting demonstrations are important to increase teaching skills and competencies in the practice. Contents in this module are:

- Didactic analysis

- Lesson plan

- Demonstration lessons

- Reflection of demonstration lessons



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the module students will be able to:



  • Develop lessons

  • Reflect their lessons

  • Evaluate lessons

2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Practical exercises

- Mentoring developing demonstrations lessons

- Reflection and evaluation of demonstration lessons

- Supervision by staff


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- 1 demonstration lessons and evaluation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in demonstration lesson and evaluation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises; practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to demonstration lessons. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload







150







150

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Gudjons, H. (2012): Pädagogisches Grundwissen: Überblick - Kompendium – Studienbuch, Klinkhardt, UTB, 11. Edition

Bamford, A. (2006): The Wow factor: Global research compendium on the impact of the arts in education, Waxmann, 1. Edition




2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-05 Curriculum development

ECTS Credits: 5

Professor: Prof.dr.Demë Hoti

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

To transfer ascertained qualification need in continuing education programmes decisive situations and negotiation situations need. Questions after the addressees, lecturers, learning times, learning places; intentions; subjects, methods and resources. Therefore didactic draughts of the adult education must be pulled up. These decisive facilities are to be found in the didactics and the curriculum theory. Translating curriculum from the Latin, the expiry of the year, the way means. Transfer on the field of the educational theory it means the planning what, when and how should be informed. Contents in this module are:

- Basis of curriculum theories and connection to didactics

- Sequences of the learning, development of modules

- Arrangement of curricula

- Analysis of curricula



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the module students will be able to:



  • Know curriculum theories

  • Know describe the basic-long of curriculum developments

  • Provide a curriculum

  • Know organisational structures and legal basic conditions of education and schools to develop a curriculum

  • Knowledge in professional area

2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

The basis of the teaching/learning method will be Problem Based Learning. Group work presentations as well as group work in project development will be the other methods of work during the module.

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- 1 Exam (50%), report/homework (30%), Group Presentation (20%)

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in examination, report and presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises; practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to the themes. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

40

20







90

150

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

National League for Nursing (2003) Guide to Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Programs, Jones and Bartlett Publisher, Inc., 2 Edition

Kalaiyarasan, G. (2012): Curriculum Development; PH Publishing Corporation



2-ND YEAR CURRICULUM

2.14.1. Module Title: Qualitative research or Quantitative research Integrated in Research related project

ECTS Credits: 2.5

Professor: Prof.ass. Hasime Bytyci, Ass. Shaip Krasniqi

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

  • Investigation of qualitative and quantitative paradigms of research.

  • Evaluation of qualitative and quantitative studies, their methodologies, findings, and reports of research.

  • Demonstration of understanding of selecting methods of qualitative and quantitative research design

  • Critique of validity and reliability of studies.

  • Differentiation among appropriate methods of research.

  • Identification of a research problem and develop the methodology of investigation.

  • Valuation of components of a research document.

  • Producing strategies of implementation of research results into the practice

2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

Students will learn the importance of research in nursing sciences for theoretical action and implementation in practice as well as further development of this profession. They will be able to provide research reports, to understand and ask questions in a critical manner. Students will understand the importance of qualitative and quantitative methods in the context of management and health care. In this respect, students will be able to reflect regarding the advantages and disadvantages of qualitative and quantitative methods and will be able to reflect and connect the methods.



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

  • Lectures

  • Research based learning

  • Reflective learning

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation.

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation, passed with the minimum grade E



2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the colloquium.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

25

10







40

75

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Flick, U. Qualitative Sozialforschung. Eine Einführung. Reinbek: Rowohlt, 2007.

Melnyk BM, Fineout-Overholt E. Evidence-based practice in nursing and healthcare. A guide to best practice. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2005.




2.14.1. Module Title: BM-01 Research related project /Focus on profile)

ECTS Credits: 10 (7,5 ECTS + 2,5 ECTS research input)

Professor: Prof. dr. Natyra Karahoda; Prof. Dr. Marcellus Bonato

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

- Clarification of competencies and skills in research methods in combination of the preparation of research related project

- Consolidation of research methods orientated to the research project

-Research methods and implementation in practical fields

- Specialization in different health care fields (clinical field, ambulatory field)

Remark:

In the 2nd year of curriculum the students are recommended to develop a specialisation by straightening the following modules together;

The module (Research related project; integrated research methods) [10 CP]

The phase of practice (3 months) [15 CP]

The master thesis [30 CP]

So they can make the decision to orientate themselves to topics of small institutions of the health systems or on institution for elderly people:

Within this decision the selection of the topics of the present module are seen. The themes of the project are related to actual problems or questions in health services research. Preferably they should be outlined with cooperation to institutions of the field.

The topics of research methods are integrated in this module and they take at least a part of 2,5 CP of the 10 CP-module



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

The students develop and integrate a research project in practical field. The students plan, carry out and evaluate a research related project. The students are able to present the results of the project at meetings or to make them public. The instructor of the module will accompany the use of research methods in the specific theme of the project.

Autonomous research related working following the principles of project management, et least 2 demonstration lessons including supervision of by the staff.


2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the colloquium.



2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Presentation

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation, passed with the minimum grade E



2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the colloquium.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

20

10







195

225

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Will be given at the beginning of the module

ERIK DE GRAAFF & ANETTE KOLMOS (2003). Characteristics of Problem-Based

Learning. International Journal of Engineering Education, 19, 657-662.





2.14.1. Module Title: EDU-06 Research in Education

ECTS Credits: 5

Professor: Monika Rode, Edu.Sci. PhD cand, Prof.asoc. Merita Berisha

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

The application of new media shows from the perspective of pedagogues with his various kinds of the communication, creation and memory possibilities new possibilities for the teaching process and learning process. To use some degree is subordinated in support of the learning process. These possibilities are looked in this module in greater detail.

The duties of the educational research concerning new media present themselves after Fischer and Mandl (2002) as follows:

1. Development of structional models for the learning with new media

2. Multimedia creation

3. Analysis and support of self-steered learning with new media

4. Creation of co-operative learning surroundings with new media

5. Implementation of new media



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the module students will be able to:



  • Becomes familiar with research paradigms, research approaches, and methods on education theories and education practice;

  • Learns about the importance of research methods in education;

  • Learns about the characteristics of research work;

  • Critically examines different ways of classifying education research;

  • Considers ethical dimensions of research;

  • Explores and critically analyses the design of a research study with reference to a chosen subject, area and preferred methodology and integrate research results into teaching strategies.

  • Is able to access, retrieve, interpret and utilize data and evidence appropriately;

2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

- Lectures

- Seminars, including group work

- Problem-orientated learning



- Reflective thinking tasks like discussions

2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Exam (50%), report/homework (30%), Group Presentation (20%)

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in examination, report and presentation, passed with the minimum grade E


2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the presentation.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

40

20







90

150

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Tippelt, R., von Hippel, A. (2011): Handbuch Erwachsenenbildung, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften; 5. Edition

Bamford, A. (2006): The Wow factor: Global research compendium on the impact of the arts in education, Waxmann, 1. Edition




2.14.1. Module Title: Phase of practice/Project report

ECTS Credits: 15

Professor: Prof.dr. Halil Ahmetaj/Prof.dr. Natyra Karahoda-Gjurgjeala

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

Training on the job and reflection of the own practice within a school of the health care system.



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

The students get insights into a school of the health care system for 22 weeks.

The students plan and work out a project in and with the practical institution/organisation after the methods of project management.

See: The standards of the programs for teachers` preparation during their studies. Administrative instruction number: MEST [I] 16/2005



2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

Introduction lecture

Single and group counselling for reflection during the phase of practice.


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

- Demonstration lessons

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in demonstration lessons, passed with the minimum grade E



2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point, Overhead Projector, student self-learning exercises (e-learning system); practical exercises in health care institutions will be allocated to themes of the module. The exercises regarding to self-learning work of students included a reflection in the colloquium.



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

5










445

450

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Flick, U. Qualitative Sozialforschung. Eine Einführung. Reinbek: Rowohlt, 2007.

Melnyk BM, Fineout-Overholt E. Evidence-based practice in nursing and healthcare. A guide to best practice. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2005.




2.14.1. Module Title: Master Thesis

ECTS Credits: 30

Professor: Prof.dr. Halil Ahmetaj/Prof.dr. Natyra Karahoda-Gjurgjeala, Prof.dr. Bonato

2.14.2. Description of the subject:

The students shows, that he has the competencies to autonomously deal with a given problem/issue in the subject of the study program in a given time according to scientific standards.



2.14.3. Objective Learning Outcomes:

The students compose a master thesis

The students work autonomously at their Master Thesis regarding to requirements in research methodology and professional issues and needs.


2.14.4. Learning and Teaching Methods:

Single learning ,

Counselling


2.14.5. Assessment Methods:

Presentation and defence of the Master thesis

Passing criteria: 51% successful tasks in presentation, passed with the minimum grade E



2.14.6. Teaching tools/IT:

LCD Projector, Power Point,



2.14.7. Ratio between theoretical and practical part of the study in the module:

Lecture

Seminar

Education Exercise

Education Practice

Individual student work

Workload

30










870

900

2.14.8. Indicative Reading:

Töpfer, A. (2012). Erfolgreich forschen. Ein Leitfaden für Bachelor-, Master-Studierende und Doktoranden. Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler






III. Staf




  1. Full time academic staff





Name

Qualification

Academic title

Validity of contract

Workload of teaching/

per week


Exams/

month


Consulting/per week

Researches/

Mentoring



Natyra Karahoda

Dr. Sci. of Medicine

Full Professor

Unlimited

6h/week

10h/month

6h/week

20h/week

Halil Ahmetaj

Dr. Sci. of Medicine

Full Professor

Unlimited

6h/week

10h/month

6h/week

20h/week

Merita Berisha

Dr. Sci. of Medicine

Prof. Assoc.

30.09.2015

6h/week

10h/month

6h/week

20h/week

Naser Ramadani

Dr. Sci. of Medicine

Prof. Assoc.

30.09.2015

6h/week

10h/month

6h/week

20h/week

Ilir Begolli

Dr. Sci. of Medicine

Prof. Ass.

08.11.2014

6h/week

10h/month

6h/week

20h/week

Xhevat Shkodra

Dr. Sci. of Medicine

Prof. Ass.

01.11.2013

6h/week

10h/month

6h/week

20h/week

Shaip Krasniqi

Dr. Sci. of Medicine

Ass.

01.11.2014

10h/week

5h/month

6h/week

20h/week




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