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Creative skills and methods 232577/4115/1819/1/31
Study guide

Creative skills and methods 2

32577/4115/1819/1/31
Academic year 2018-19
Is found in:
  • English programme for Health, Education and Welfare, programme stage 1
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 3 credits
Weight: 3,00
Total study time: 75,00 hours
Possible deadlines for learning account: 15.03.2019 ()

Organisation of education

Teaching Activities, Learning Activities, Assessment Activities
Lecture6,00 hours
Self-study27,00 hours
Seminar18,00 hours
Supervised independent work24,00 hours
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Co-ordinator: Boone Peter
Other teaching staff: Bens Ann
Language course: No
Languages: English
Scheduled for: Semester 2

Objectives

It is suitable to justify why this course has been included in the curriculum. You -as a future educator-will have to work with your own skills/abilities and restrictions. You are your own working instrument. So first of all it is important that you learn to explore, discover and controle this instrument. Once this first exploration ( of your own working instrument) is achieved, you can continue further exploration. It is an important basic attitude that you challenge yourself to experiment with the two fields/disciplines ‘Visual expression’ and ‘Music and movement’. This must be your own initiative. Hereby, we would like to stimulate your problem-solving abilities. In this search of the concrete creation/design of your own non-verbal, creative (and expressive) communication, you can discover for yourself the forces/powers of both fields/disciplines. At the end of this course there will be (time for) feedback and reflection on/at one’s own learning process.

Contents

This course consists of following parts:
Introduction
Background information about ‘Creative skills and methods’
‘Visual Expression’: content of the course
‘Music and Movement’ :content of the course
Further continuation of this course in the second year

Order of enrolment

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Prerequisites

Attainment targets secondary education.

Final objectives

This course supports the learning outcomes which are a translation of the level descriptors leading to the degree of bachelor in higher professional education from the Codex higher education

3. Select attainable goals and suitable methods on the basis of quality (socio) (educational) care work-related knowledge in consultation with the parties involved in a tailored manner

3.3 Justify the choice of objectives and methods of services and care in a (socio) (educational) care work context

4. Guarantee the development opportunities and quality of life in the everyday context, especially living, working, learning, leisure time, in a methodical, durable, creative and innovative manner by effective supervision, coordination and organisation
4.1 Supervise a client, client system in a stimulating manner with a view to the latter acquiring and/or broadening the necessary competences to allow development opportunities and quality of life in the everyday context


5. Create a supportive environment in consultation with a client and client system to support the emotional, social, cognitive and motor development

5.2 Develop appropriate professional relationships to create an optimal and safe environment that generates development and deployment opportunities for a client and client system
7. Communicate with a client, client system, colleagues, external parties clearly and respectfully, both in (multidisciplinary) teams and in complex and specialised contexts
7.2 Apply efficient and effective communication methods and techniques to clearly inform a client, client system, colleagues, external parties and initiate dialogue

Organisation of education

Lecture – interactive
Seminar-guided exercises
This course supports, linked to its substantive identity, the possibility of implementation of international guest speakers and/or visits in an international context.

Study guidance

Exercises and feedback during the lessons
Written feedback for the final product (work book) of Visual expression by the lecturer
Oral feedback for the final product (music session) of music by the teacher
Consultation by appointment

Evaluation

First examination period
Examination methods in case of non-periodic evaluation related to the first examination period
Non-periodic evaluation (50% of the marks)
Presence during these lessons is necessary
Product evaluation (50% of the marks)
For ‘Visual expression’, the student -individually- creates an own logbook with all the results of the experiments during the lessons and this as an end-of-term assignment

For ‘Music and movement’, the students prepare-in small groups- a musical session in which they combine several working methods they learned during the lessons and this as an end-of-term assignment

For both fields the student has to write an individual reflection assignment

Special clauses

Cf. EER HoGhent (2013- 2014) and EER -Faculty Education, Health and Social Work (2013- 2014)



It is the responsability of the student, if he wants to pass these courses, to attend all lessons, to participate actively in the teaching methods used and to fulfill the proposed work asseignments within the deadlines.


Because these classes work with continuous evaluation, it is important to attend all 6 lessons.  If you are absent for 3 or more lessons you can't succeed anypore for thes 2 courses.
For the proces evaluation a retake is not possible.

Second examination period
Examination methods in case of non-periodic evaluation related to the second examination period

Non-periodic evaluation (50% of the marks)
The marks for the non-periodic evaluation (50% of the marks) related to the first examination period are preserved

Product evaluation (50% of the marks)
Only for the product evaluation, there is a possibility for a second examination period

Special clauses
Cf. EER HoGhent (2013- 2014) and EER -Faculty Education, Health and Social Work (2013- 2014)

Study costs

No costs.

Key words

Visual expression
Music and movement