presentatie titel rotterdam, 00 januari 2007 presentatie titel rotterdam, february 3 2011 hogeschool...

Download Presentatie titel Rotterdam, 00 januari 2007 Presentatie titel Rotterdam, February 3 2011 Hogeschool Rotterdam Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences

Post on 27-Dec-2015

216 views

Category:

Documents

4 download

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

  • Slide 1
  • Slide 2
  • Presentatie titel Rotterdam, 00 januari 2007 Presentatie titel Rotterdam, February 3 2011 Hogeschool Rotterdam Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
  • Slide 3
  • Introduction Hogeschool Rotterdam general policy co-operation with the professional field School of Social Work general introduction working life co-operation Discussion Programme
  • Slide 4
  • Factsheet: Rotterdam University; a Rotterdam Institution 30000 students 3000 employees 240 million Euro budget 11 Educational Institutes between 2000 en 3000 students 1 Knowledge institute; 6 Knowledge Centres 8 central Staff Services Departments
  • Slide 5
  • Rotterdam University mission: Rotterdam University is the Rotterdam university, where people exceed themselves through learning and working, thought and action. Well-structured, flexible education with a practical orientation
  • Slide 6
  • 1.Museumpark 2. Academieplein 3. Blaak/Wijnhaven 4. Kralingse Zoom 5. Pieter de Hoogweg / Loydstraat 6. RDM - 7. Dordrecht 5 7 6 Locations
  • Slide 7
  • What do we offer ? Bachelor Programmes (90 choices) (full-time, part-time and dual study routes) Master Programmes Associated Degree Programmes Applied Research Contract Activities
  • Slide 8
  • 11 Educational Institutions School of Commercial Management Studies School of Communication, Media and Information Technology School of Construction and Management School of Education School of Engineering and Applied Science School of Financial Management School of Healthcare Studies School of Management Studies School of Social Work Rotterdam Business School Willem de Kooning Academy Art, Media, Design & Leisure
  • Slide 9
  • 8 11 Service departments Management External Relation management Management Administration Service Ba/ Ma Ad Management Administration Service Professorships External Relation management Institute Management Administration Service Contract activities Ba/ Ma Ad External Relation management Administration Service Chart 2007- 2011
  • Slide 10
  • 8 11 Service departments Management External Relation management Management Administration Service Management Administration Service External Relation management Management Administration Service External Relation management Administration Service Knowledge centre Professorships 6 Chart 2011 40
  • Slide 11
  • A Rotterdam institution A role in the region (Outside In & Inside Out) active role for outside world of work in course programs problems from practice, as starting point for learning guest tutors, external experts & programme committees active contribution to the knowledge infrastructure of region internships and dual sections of the programmes (multidisciplinary) projects and graduation projects professorships, knowledge network centres of expertise contract education
  • Slide 12
  • The Rotterdam Education Model (REM) F ramework and source of inspiration for education professional practice takes centre stage education aimed at result-oriented approach to problems firm basis (concepts and skills) diversity programme career support and options cross programme co-operation in projects and specialisations
  • Slide 13
  • Slide 14
  • REM en OIIO need curricula with appropriate (flexible) space for issues from working life consistency between the various lines of practice training competent staff on educating in and co- operating with the professional field structural relationships with the professional field customer-oriented relation management and accessibility (Bureau External Relations) co-operation in multidisciplinary issues in the professional field
  • Slide 15
  • Knowledge centers Knowledge centres offer powerful multi-disciplinary research activities that focus on current regional issues. For the coming period, these themes are: Health innovation Talent Development Smart solutions; sustainability cleantech Creative Industry; cultural diversity Integral area development Business Development & Entrepreneurship
  • Slide 16
  • I-labs Students at Rotterdam University are challenged to exceed expectations. On a Rotterdam way: through learning and working, by thinking and doing. Students looking for an extra challenge, "excellent students " can participate in an Innovation-lab which is connected to a knowledge centre. Students and professionals from practice are working together in solving complex issues in an innovative way.
  • Slide 17
  • How we operate Structural relationships and co-operation with the professional field at various levels and with different types of organisations. In relation to the various teaching and research activities, there are many colleagues who have relationships within the professional field. 11 institutes manager external relations external relations office Concern concern manager external relations central external relations office network managers external relations Knowledge centres under construction
  • Slide 18
  • Pressure Cooker
  • Slide 19
  • Presentatie titel Rotterdam, 00 januari 2007 ISO School of Social Work
  • Slide 20
  • School of Social Work (1) 4 different bachelor programmes: CMV (Cultural Social Work, Community Work) MWD (Social Work and Social Services) Pedagogiek (Pedagogical Work) SPH (Social Educational Care Work) OPGM, a general orientation year preparing for one of the above-mentioned programmes
  • Slide 21
  • School of Social Work Facts and figures October 2010 F P D T CMV 241 4754 342 MWD570189 759 Peda8941901084 SPH666185 851 OPGM155 155 T2526611543191 Teachers :187 138.42 fte Staff and Services: 49 41.05 fte
  • Slide 22
  • School of Social Work (2) a 2 year Masters course programme in Urban Education (48 students) Knowledge Centre Talent development Growing up In the City Life long Learning Tailor made courses and training programmes provided by Transfergroup Rotterdam
  • Slide 23
  • ISO and Outside In & Inside Out Active role for outside world of work in course programs problems from practice as starting point for learning guest tutors, external experts & programme committees Active contribution to the knowledge infrastructure of the region internships and dual sections of the programmes (multidisciplinary) projects and graduation projects lectureships, knowledge networks and centres of expertise contract activities
  • Slide 24
  • Active role for outside world of work in all curricula Problems from practice, as starting point for learning Parts of the curricula, year 1 4, are reserved for problems from practice Students work on those problems in groups varying from 1-8 students Social Workers from institutions or organisations act as co-instructors Social Workers take part in judging the work of the students
  • Slide 25
  • Guest tutors, external experts & programme committees Social Workers are active in educational programmes Incidental Structural External experts have an active contribution: In minors In thesis Social Workers are active in programme committees: They reflect on plans of ISO They reflect on educational programmes They reflect on policy trends in the social sector
  • Slide 26
  • REM1234 Concepts, theories, methods 33 EC Knowledge - driven modules 8 EC Knowledge - driven modules 9 EC Knowledge - driven modules 8 EC Knowledge - driven modules 8 EC Practice driven 18 EC Project 5 3 EC Project 6 3 EC Project PM G 6 EC Internship 6 EC coaching Study career coaching 3 EC Optional Modules 6 EC Example Curriculum Ba full time study, second year (60 EC) (since September 2010):
  • Slide 27
  • Active contribution to the knowledge infrastructure of the region - examples Internships and dual sections of the programmes Exceed Yourself De Katrol (Multidisciplinary) Projects and graduation projects: Students take part in projects outside the University Professorships, knowledge networks and centres of expertise: Growing up in the City Social activities in secondary schools Contract activities: Coaching teams of Social Workers
  • Slide 28
  • How do we operate as ISO As each institute, ISO has a Manager External Relations As each institute, ISO has an External Relations Office
  • Slide 29
  • Manager External Relations The Manager External Relations is a staff member who: Represents, in coordination with the other managers, Rotterdam University and the Institute in the outside world Acts as an intermediary for external and internal parties that seek cooperation Has an advising, initiating and coordinating role within the Institute concerning OIIO policy Develops OIIO policy and the practice driven parts of the curricula Identifies internal and external needs concerning relationship issues/assignments Identifies external commercial needs Participates in a Rotterdam University wide network
  • Slide 30
  • External Relations Office Practice driven activities in all study programmes are being coordinated, administrated and evaluated by this office matching students with practice-based educational activities customer relationship management expertmeetings Manager and Bureau are responsible for carrying out the OIIO policy
  • Slide 31
  • Assignment equalizer 1 - 4 Problem and purpose