Nardon, L. (2017). Working in a multicultural world: A guide to developing intercultural competence. Toronto: University of Toronto Press
Course language is English
written assignments can be handed in in Swedish, Finnish or English
to be approved in this course the student is
- approved in diversity and equality plan assignments, participated in the workshop and presented their work. Students have also shown that they can have a conversation on their subject in the English language.
The examination parts are assessed with a score of 1-5 based on the student's knowledge of the subject, the structure of the work, commitment and theoretical grounding. When presenting, the visual presentation as well as the character and content of the performance and clarity are assessed. Language skills in English are not assessed on the course.
10.04.2023 - 04.06.2023
01.12.2022 - 20.04.2023
Faculty of Health and Welfare
Johanna Sigfrids, Luisa Tast
lecturer Johanna Sigfrids
Degree Programme in Social Services
Planning/presentation of equality and equal treatment plan in collaboration with organizations in the social area.
Workshop in cooperation with representative from work sector
Preparatory task before first lecture deadline 20.4
Examination 1 - diversity 5.5
Examination 2 - Workshop 12.5 (presentation and participation)
Examination 3 - Equality plan 31.5
29.4 at 8-12
12.5 Workshop at 8.30-16.30
Times for counselling possible according to schedule on Moodle
27x5 = 135 h
9 h lectures and workshop
126 h individual work
Attendance in class is mandatory at schedule lectures and workshops
The student demonstrates superficial competence and basic understanding of the subject. The student participates in discussions during class and turns in tasks in time and according to instruction
The student demonstrates a competence that is related and linked to the literature. The student can reflect and motivate from his/her point of view. Student participates actively in discussions during class and shows enthusiasm in written tasks and presentation.
The student has an immerse competence and shows a deeper understanding of the subject in relation to the upcoming profession. The student can use theoretical knowledge in reasoning and reflection