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  • HiOA - Development and Migration
    is part of the 4th semester of the Bachelor degree Aims and contents Read about aims and contents in Development and Migration Migration and Development is organized around two principal themes Historical processes of migration Migration and the migrants Through this course the students will Acquire knowledge about the main approaches to studying migration development and globalization Reflect critically about migration as a historical process which involves social networks and individual needs Understand the consequences of migration in both sending and receiving communities Employment opportunities Read about employment opportunities in Development and Migration In combination with other studies courses the course may qualify the candidate for information work and work within private and public organisations that relate to the global South Application and admission Application deadline 01st September 2015 Admission Admission Prerequisites Qualifications the course is open to students who have completed at least a one year introductory course in Development Studies at either HiOA the University of Agder or equivalent courses at other universities university colleges in Norway or abroad First lecture 13th January 11 30 Venue P46 PA110 Course facts Development and Migration Department of International Studies and Interpreting Level undergraduate ECTS credits 10 Semester spring Studiestart vår

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/LU/Evu/Development-and-Migration (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Economy and sustainability
    capacity In this situation visions and knowledge about different sustainable alternatives to the prevailing system is crucial Excerpts from descriptors Knowledge of alternative theories and models how these theories have manifested themselves in the organization of societies and communities at different geographical levels central debates about these different theories The student can expose myths about today s main economic system is able to analyze different aspects of alternative economic systems regarding livelihoods environmental impact and distribution of resources is able to understand the different alternatives in a historic framework can reflect critically about different alternatives is able to find relevant literature for an assignment on a topic of his or her own choosing Lessons per week Three hours two times a week Prepared presentations by the students will be included in the course program Students are expected to meet prepared and participate actively in discussions Employment opportunities Read about employment opportunities for Economy and sustainability In combination with other studies courses the course may qualify the candidate for information work and work within private and public organizations that relate to the global South Application and admission Application deadline 1 st September 2015 Apply at SøknadsWeb Admission Prerequisites The course is

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/LU/Evu/Economy-and-sustainability (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Education and Religion in Development
    stimulates national consolidation and poverty reduction Further the course looks into how religion is a crucial element in educational traditions both historically and in contemporary societies and also how modernization and globalization processes change and give education systems new roles and importance in society Religion is further important to study on its own terms as part of people s culture and ethos At the end of the course the student has obtained the following learning outcomes the role of education and how different religious traditions interplay as part of educational systems in the process of social change in different regions in the South the Rights Perspective and how the policy goal of Education for All relates to the needs of various groups in society the relationship between religion educational systems and politics and how numerous conflicts are related to religious identities Employment opportunities Read about employment opportunities for Education and Religion in Development The course is open to students who have completed at least a one year introductory course in Development Studies at either HiOA the University of Agder or equivalent courses at other universities university colleges in Norway or abroad This course can be combined with other modules as a part of a bachelor in development studies and various other studies in social sciences and the humanities With a bachelor in development studies the students can apply for a master in multicultural and international education and a range of other master programmes at other educational institutions This course will qualify for a variety of work and information tasks about North South relations and development in countries in the South in private and public organizations in Norway and abroad The course can be part of a bachelor in development studies Application and admission Application deadline 1st September 2015 Admission Prerequisites

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/LU/Evu/Education-and-Religion-in-Development3 (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Intercultural Communication in Educational Settings
    communication in educational settings The module is a joint venture between LUI HiOA and Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia HSPUR St Petersburg The course is based on blended learning methods and academic mobility one week in Oslo and one week in St Petersburg The course is offered in English The course goes across two semesters November April May The course comprises two main areas Conceptualizing intercultural interaction Culture education as a part of culture subculture identity self awareness diaspora ethnicity Intercultural competence discourse stereotypes dialogical approach communication verbal non verbal communication styles language and culture sign language and culture Promoting competence in intercultural communication in educational settings Learning culture and teaching culture ethnocentrism gender power and authority religion Learning and teaching in multicultural environments Diversity training learning and teaching styles Building relationship in diverse educational settings teacher pupil teacher teacher teacher parent pupil pupil etc Best practices of intercultural communication in educational settings During the course the students must submit three obligatory course assignments within given deadlines In combination with other studies courses the course may qualify the candidate for work in any sector which deals with intercultural communication in educational settings in addition to competence of teaching in multicultural contexts Organization The students will participate in two separate weeks of tutoring one week in Oslo week 50 2015 and one week in St Petersburg week 4 2016 in addition to participating in tutoring online The exam is scheduled to 18th April 2016 For the week in St Petersburg travel from Oslo and accommodation in St Petersburg will be covered for all the students Application and admission Application deadline 1st September This course is still open for application Søk opptak Prerequisites Bachelor degree or Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning Candidates with bachelor from HiOA will be prioritized in the

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/LU/Evu/Intercultural-Communication-in-Educational-Settings (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - The Political Ecology of Energy and Climate Change in Africa and Latin America
    areas including indigenous rights theories of extraction and resource curse distribution of benefits from energy production access to energy climate and energy renewable energy Aims and contents Read about aims and contents of The Political Ecology of Energy and Climate Change in Africa and Latin America At the end of the course the student has obtained the following learning outcomes Knowledge The student has knowledge of linkages between energy and development in Latin America and Africa and global climate issues Skills The student has the ability to trace local and global impacts of specific energy options Employment opportunities Read about employment opportunities in The Political Ecology of Energy and Climate Change in Africa and Latin America In combination with other studies courses the course may qualify the candidate for information work and work within private and public organisations that relate to energy issues the global South Africa or Latin America Application and admission Application deadline March 1 This course is still open for application Admission Prerequisites The course is open to students who have completed at least a one year introductory course in Development Studies at either HiOA the University of Agder or equivalent courses at other universities university colleges

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/LU/Evu/The-Political-Ecology-of-Energy-and-Climate-Change-in-Africa-and-Latin-America (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Sports Journalism
    element of prejudice in this charge sports journalism should not be exempted from scrutiny based on conventional professional criteria used within news journalism in general An important prerequisite for good critical ethical and independent sports journalism is knowledge about the connections between sports and politics and about the power relations affecting sports The goals of this course are to develop the students understanding of the connections between sports politics and media the hidden and open power aspects of sports the commercialization of sports the problem of doping gender roles and equality the ethical questions in sports the fan culture and how sports journalism has developed over time During the course the participants will work independently in the field where they will find and critically assess sources and develop stories Practical assignments are designed in order for them to use their knowledge of journalistic genres and language and to reflect on their own work The students will develop their ability to place sports journalism in a historical and genre specific framework and to evaluate their products in the light of arguments raised against sports journalism They will also develop an ability to reflect on own working methods Assignments Read about assignments in Sports Journalism The course is organised as three seminars of four days each during the semester week 35 40 and 46 The students will work with their assignments both during the seminars and in between the seminars There are 6 assignments consisting of journalistic productions debate and analysis The assignments are evaluated according to a scale ranging is graded according A to F with A E as pass grades and F as fail grade Application and admission Admission Prerequisites The main target group is students who have completed two years of a bachelor degree in journalism or photojournalism Other

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/SAM/EVU/Journalistikk-og-mediefag/sportsjournalistikk (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - Distributed collaborative learning
    the course topic the course is totally net based and the work methods are highly collaborative Aims and contents Read about aims and contents for Distributed collaborative learning Through work with the literature and the tasks the students should learn to initiate and tutor collaborative learning processes for young and adult students Sub themes Concepts of collaboration CSCW computer supported collaborative work and CSCL computer supported collaborative learning Technologies for collaboration Lessons per week 2 Target group Read about the target group for Distributed collaborative learning Teachers and teacher students who want to specialize in ICT supported learning with a special interest in distributed collaborative learning The course is open to other qualified candidates with interest in this field The course is a part of the Master programme in ICT supported learning Application and admission Application deadline 15 August 2015 Prerequisites Bachelor s degree within teacher s education or equivalent education teacher s education of three or four years length or other relevant education of three years length including either 80 credits in ICT supported learning or an integrated vocational education of at least 120 credits within ICT supported learning Course facts Distributed collaborative learning Department of Primary and Secondary

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/LU/Evu/Distributed-collaborative-learning (2015-09-15)
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  • HiOA - E-assessment
    and contents for E assessment Through work with the literature and the course work the student should be able to choose and design methods for electronic assessment that is adapted to the group of students and content at hand The tuition is in English if English speaking students attend the course Contents Evaluation and assessment Formative and summative assessment Self assessment peer assessment and teacher student assessment Technology for evaluation and assessment Target group Read about the target group for E assessment Teachers and teacher students who want to specialize in ICT supported learning with a special interest in e assessment The course is open to other qualified candidates with interest in this field The course is part of the Master programme in ICT supported learning Application and admission Application deadline 15 August It is still possible to register your application in this course Apply through SøknadsWeb Admission Prerequisites Bachelor s degree within teacher s education or equivalent education teacher s education of three or four year s length or other relevant education of three year s length including either 80 credits in ICT supported learning or an integrated vocational education of at least 120 credits within ICT supported learning

    Original URL path: http://www.hioa.no/eng/Studier-og-kurs/LU/Evu/E-assessment (2015-09-15)
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