Project on Placement Design and Implementation

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Module Title:Project/Placement Design and Implementation1.Assessment criteriaExplanatory comments on theassessment criteriaMaximum marks foreach sectionKNOWLEDGE &UNDERSTANDINGKnowledge and critical understanding(demonstrates project content, identifieslearning that has occurred, demonstrateshow it is achieved and establishes thevalidity of the conclusion)Use of materials (demonstrates inclusionof project aim, work-based actionplanning and problem solving, learningcontract, learning objectives, justification,methods, project scheduling etc.)Independent reading (identifies,appropriate use of learning theories,concepts and themes of learning such asKolb’s learning cycle, Honey andMumford etc.)40%Page1of17
INTELLECTUAL &COGNITIVE SKILLSConceptualisation (idea generation;using theories, concepts and principles)Critical thinking and creativity (selectsrelevant evidence from the project tosupport recommendation and / orconclusion)Synthesis, analysis and evaluation(critical analysis and summarising ofproject information, dealing withincomplete information, analysing risk,analysing and evaluating ownperformance)Application (apply relevant concepts tothe project and beyond, indicate theactivities that have been carried out,problem solving, evaluating usingtheoriessuch as Kolb’s learning cycle,personal SWOT analysis and projecttools etc.)Problem solving andresearch/investigationReflecting and evaluating performance(analysing and evaluating ownperformance; moral and ethical issues.reflecting critically and effectively andgenerating logical argument)35%Graduate Skills:transferableemployability ,practical andacademic skillsWritten, oral and presentation skills(receiving and responding to informationduring the project, communicatingaccurate, clear and concise projectinformation in written, oral and graphicalforms, data collection and analysis in theproject)Interpersonal, group and teamwork skills(working with individuals andteam(s)/group(s), recognising andrespecting views and opinions in theproject)Leadership skills (planning and allocatingwork in the project)Numeracy (solving numerical problems inthe project)Digital skills (use of technology andinternet for communication andinformation sourcing in the project,25%Page2of17
research-related skills evidenced bycollection and interpretation of data)Practical, professional and academicskills including referencing/presentation(demonstrates self-management,adaptability, time management andorganisational skills in the project, setstargets, works towards achieving them,generates portfolio of evidence,demonstrates professional behaviour andcompetence and shows right level ofdetail/ complexity, academic honesty-avoiding plagiarism, using Harvardreferencing style)Project ScenarioYou have been approached by GSM London’s External Engagement Lead toidentifya crowd-funded event and pitch your event idea to the GSM London’sExternal Engagement Lead in Week 9. Further information regarding the pitch will beprovided in class. The venue for this event must be at a GSM London building or thesurrounding area.You are required to complete a project report by undertaking analysis and discussionof the project, in relation to the business environment with recommendations. Thearea of analysis is to be agreed with the module tutor/supervisor as per yourprogramme in the learning contract. The report will normally focus on a projectrelated problem, improving practice, implementation of a new process. You mustseek written permission for the project related tasks that you will be undertaking inorder to compile the report.Project Task 1You are required to complete the learning contract (Appendix 1), agree with themodule tutor/supervisor. For detailed guideline on learning contract, please refer tothe module handbook.Project Task 2After you have agreed and signed of your learning contract, you are to complete theproject and write a project report which must focus on the following.Page3of17
1.A brief background and context of the project being discussed andanalysed;10%2.To demonstrate trans-disciplinary models / theories to underpin youranalysis;15%3.To assess the project phases (preparation and implementation) andevaluate their effectiveness;15%4.To discuss the skills that you developed to solve work based problems;10%5.To analyse and evaluate the action you did / did not take and why;20%6.What learning you took from the project by giving a portfolio of evidence(log books, critical incident diaries and feedback, to be included in theappendices).30%Total Marks for Project: 100GuidelinesYour report must be based on a work related problem / practice / product.A good report will contain the following elements:demonstrate the process of experiential learning in the work based projectbe well-structured and presented (both report and a learning contract)evidence a range of secondary research using texts, journals, magazines,newspapers, and computer based information sourcesbe analyticalreflect upon the impact of the work based project and work based learning onyour future career plansplease be sure to completely research the project and provide references toboth organizational data and academic must make explicit reference to relevant theories and relevant marketdata.your report should be carefully presented. Spelling mistakes, poor formatting,and poor referencing will be penalised.appendices can be used. Diagrams and tables should be placed at theappropriate point and should be explained in full. If you don’t fully understandsomething, don’t use it.if in any doubt, please consult your module tutor/supervisor.Page4of17
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