Project Evaluation and Project Presentation (UE)Back
FH-Prof. Dr.Helmut Richard Arnold
|Semester of degree program||Semester 4|
|Mode of delivery||Presencecourse|
|Language of instruction||German|
Students can present their own project professionally on diverse occasions. They know relevant networking meetings of professional organisations of the discipline and can create and present high-quality input about their project for such formats (specialist presentation, poster, evaluation, etc.). They learn about the procedures of peer reviews. Additionally, they can guide local players to promote common social intervention in order to strengthen themselves on site.
Completion of the course "Brainstorming and Project Outline", "Project Development", "Project Realisation"
The focus is on the development and presentation of project results in order to present Social Work projects in a professional way. Posters, presentations and other input are created and presented wherever possible at public events. Longer project reports, interim results and evaluation reports from the previous semesters are summarised into short reports, which would meet a peer-review process. To this end, relevant congresses and conferences are visited, professional discourse on a topic is trained in common plenary events and such processes are simulated. In addition, local players are included in such a way that the success of their engagement can be offered to their respective authorities. The result of the course should be two subject appropriate presentations of project results.
No additional scientific literature, but recapitulation of material from other courses on the selected topic.
Group work, discussions, presentations
Professional articles (input, posters, etc.)