50% Face-to-face, 50% Distance learning
1. Ulla Vehkaperä, Kaarina Pirilä ja Marianne Roivas ( toim.) 2013. Innostu ja Innovoi. Käsikirja innovaatiopintoihin. Metropolia Ammattikorkeakoulu julkaisusarja. Saatavilla sähköisesti http://www.metropolia.fi/fileadmin/user_upload/Julkaisutoiminta/Julkaisusarjat/OIVA/Innostu_ja_innovoi.pdf
2. Oivallus loppuraportti: http://ek.fi/wp-content/uploads/Oivallus_loppuraportti.pdf
3. MINNO työkalupakki
group work, work shop
Active participation for intensive course
theory+projectwork= innovationproject 10 op
Tuition in Finnish
25.10.2021 - 09.12.2021
03.05.2021 - 16.05.2021
20 - 120
School of Rehabilitation and Examination
Hannele Hokkanen, Eero Kokko, Marita Saros, Ulla Marjosola, Teija Rautiola, Pasi Miettinen, Jenny West
INTENSIVE STUDY COURSE; Attendance is required throughout the course
Duration 7 weeks
Registration for project is done with an e-form
Project blanks will appear on Google sites for a site that will be published later
Students will be informed of their placement in project groups before the first project meeting.
First project meeting: The exact place and time are indicated in the project blank form
Joint closing ceremony of the project Minnofest 8.12.
The time of the feedback / evaluation discussion will be agreed with the supervisor. A good grade of an innovation project may enable the project to be continued as a thesis in a project on the same topic according to a separate agreement.
AHOT: The application must be made and approved before registering for the course.
MATERIALS prepared by the teacher are works in accordance with the Copyright Act (404/61) for which the teacher has copyright. Assignments AND MATERIALS may not be used except in their own studies. Their public distribution is only allowed with the permission of the teacher.
Some of the work in the course is distance learning. See here for more details on the processing of personal data related to the implementation of distance learning and the systems, software, IT applications and electronic tools used in the processing of personal data. Link to Metropolia's extensive student and study data register privacy statement https://www.metropolia.fi/fi/metropoliasta/tietosuoja-ja-gdpr/tietosuojaselosteet/metropolian-opiskelija-ja-opintotietorekisteri
Any additional questions to the MINNO coordinator in your school.
School of Health care; Hannele Hokkanen and Teija Rautiola
School of rehabilitation and examination: Jenny West, Ulla Marjosola
School of wellbeing:
Occupational Therapy, Biomedical Laboratory Science, Prosthetics and Orthotics, Public Health Nursing, Physiotherapy, Elderly Care, Degree Programme in Emergency Care, Nursing (in Finnish), Oral Hygiene, Social Services, Radiography and Radiotherapy, Midwifery, Podiatry
1op= 27 hours of student work
10 op= 270 hours
Interactive study course, duration 7 weeks.
Advanced assignment, instructions from news letter from OMA before the beginning of the course
Registration for projects by e-form xx 2021 and ends xx 2021.
Preliminary assignment (instructions from the OMA "Well come letter" before the start of the course. Return of the assignment by 26.10.2021 to each project's own OMA workspace, which you will receive from the teacher at the first meeting.)
Project work Mondays-thursdays
Meeting of the customer on first week
8.12. MINNO Fest. End of projects
9.12.Feed back with superviser
Other days project work in your on project group
Weekly meeting of the supervisor. Usually on Mondays and Thursdays.
The student knows principles of project and network-based work. The student recognizes his/her own project- and network-based work competences. The student uses co-operation and communication skills in cooperative development process´and decision making. The student can develop together with other actors solutions and modes of operation to meet the multi-faceted needs of the residents of the Helsinki metropolitan area.
The student uses the principles of project and network-based work in regional, national or international development oriented work. The student uses his or her co-operation and communication skills well in cooperative development processes and decision making. The student helps to set-up a cooperative negotiation culture with other actors in the field. The student uses his/her personal skills and abilities to contribute to the work of a multidisciplinary team. The student develops together with the other actors practical, creative and innovative solutions, modes of operation or services to meet the multi-faceted needs of the residents of the Helsinki metropolitan area.
The student's ability to use principles of project and network-based work in regional, national or international development oriented work is on a high level. The student is able to analyse and develop his/her co-operation and communication skills in cooperative development processes and decision making. The student understands cooperative negotiation culture and helps to build it with the other actors. The student is able to analyse and develop his/her professional competence and put it in the service of a multidisciplinary team. The student develops together with the other actors practical, creative and innovative solutions, modes of operation or services to meet the multi-faceted needs of the residents of the Helsinki metropolitan area.