biw111 - Institutional structures, human resource and teaching development - central objectives in vocational education and training (Complete module description)

biw111 - Institutional structures, human resource and teaching development - central objectives in vocational education and training (Complete module description)

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Module label Institutional structures, human resource and teaching development - central objectives in vocational education and training
Modulkürzel biw111
Credit points 12.0 KP
Workload 360 h
Institute directory Department of Business Administration, Economics and Law
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Zuständige Personen
  • Rebmann, Karin (module responsibility)
  • Slopinski, Andreas (Module counselling)
  • Rebmann, Karin (Prüfungsberechtigt)
  • Lehrenden, Die im Modul (Prüfungsberechtigt)
Prerequisites
Skills to be acquired in this module

Students …

  • identify institutional and structural issues, and issues of human resource, curriculum, teaching and school development with regard to in-company and school-based training
  • analyse institutional and structural issues, and issues of human resource, curriculum, teaching and school development with regard to in-company and school-based training
  • develop concepts and approaches to work on these issues
  • reflect and evaluate these concepts and approaches
Module contents

The module offers the opportunity for in-depth analysis of issues regarding staff development, curricular, teaching and school development, and structural and institutional design in in-company and school-based vocational education and training. Four seminars have to be chosen to complete this module: two of the seminars have to focus on structural and institutional aspects, the other two seminars have to spotlight of human resource, curriculum, teaching and school development. In both subject areas, key social, economic and educational topics are addressed and discussed from the perspective of vocational education and training. These key topics include digitalization, sustainability, inclusion and integration in particular.

 

Winter semester: “Human resource development, curriculum, teaching and school development”

 

Seminar themes depend on topicality and focus of the lecturer. They might include: job-related socialisation; subjective theories of in-company trainers; vocational training for sustainable development, language-sensitive subject teaching, teacher training from a historical and international perspective, training marketing, entrepreneurship education.

 

 

Summer semester: “Institutional and structural aspects of vocational and business education”

 

Seminar themes depend on topicality and focus of the lecturer. They might include: vocational education and training system from an international perspective, structures and legal foundations of vocational schools, organizational structures of in-company initial and continuing vocational education and training, occupational concept and professionalism, financing, costs and benefits of in-company initial and continuing vocational education and training, inter-company and extra-company training/associated training, quality management in initial and continuing vocational education and training.

Literaturempfehlungen
Reading suggestions are given in the seminars depending on the particular focus of the seminar
Links
http://www.bwp.uni-oldenburg.de/
Language of instruction German
Duration (semesters) 2 Semester
Module frequency Annual
Module capacity unlimited
Reference text

Active participation in the seminars is compulsory. Active participation includes the regular participation, the preparation and follow-up of each seminar (e.g. work on given tasks, reading, writing protocols), doing presentations in different form and scope depending on seminar structure and design. The rules regarding active participation are specified in the seminars at the beginning of the semester.

Type of module je nach Studiengang Pflicht oder Wahlpflicht
Module level MM-PB (Professionalisierungsbereichsmodul im Master)
Examination Prüfungszeiten Type of examination
Final exam of module
Term paper (max. 20 pages)
Lehrveranstaltungsform Seminar
SWS 8
Frequency