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TASK1Learning Contract Level 5 ProjectSection 1: Student and course detailsName:Theo ..........Tutor:Project/Placement name:PPDISection 2: FocusAim / Problem Statement:A learning contract is a voluntary, student completed document that outlines actionsthe learner promises to take in a course to achieve academic success (Frank &sharff, 2013). This agreement is in conjunction with the learning outcome of thismodule - Project/Placement Design and Implementation - as listed below; however, itwill format plan of action and create an in-depth analysis on how these criteria will beachieved through setting objectives, accomplishing these tasks within a definitivetimescale by engaging in stakeholder satisfaction; on the other hand it will provideevidence for feedbacks from tutors and peers. The aim of this learning contract alsohelps to enhance and direct me to be more intimately involved in my own education;that is, the learning process becomes more self-directed. The responsibility grantedthe student by engaging in the contracting process and in making decisionsconcerning my own education often increases my internal motivation.The contractwill eventually give me goals other than just working for marks; it allows me gainsatisfaction from meeting my goals. Many students respond well to this technique asthey appreciate the efforts made by their teacher to recognize and accommodatetheir individual needs. Benefits may accrue to everyone involved in the learningcontract process: the student benefits from working at an appropriate level, theteacher gains a satisfaction from seeing the students make an effort and grow, andclassroom time is not taken up by regular distractions. In addition, this process mayalso teach me some life skills; for example, by the end of the project I will learn theimportance of setting goals and working toward achieving them (Dr Bilash, June2009)Learning OutcomesAs a result of this project I am able:
1.Build a portfolio of evidence using a range of methodologies and activities (logbooks; critical incident diaries; employer or supervisor feedback).2.Identify and articulate the development of work related skills mapped toevidence drawn from either the project or placement.3.Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the background and contextrelative to the chosen project or placement opportunity.4.Evaluate the effectiveness of preparation and planning undertaken prior to theplacement or project implementation.Section 3: Justification:The justification of this learning contract will be realised through intensiveresearches, deep analysis and identifying facts. According to Gregory Mocko et al,Case studies are used in design research to analyse a phenomenon, to generatehypotheses, and to validate a method. Though they are used extensively, thereappears to be no accepted systematic case study method used by designresearchers. Considering its nature and objectives, the case study method could beconsidered as a suitable method for conducting design research. Many times, designresearchers have to confront questions about the validity of using case studies andtheir results. The objective of this paper is to present a brief overview of case studymethod, compare it with other qualitative and quantitative research methods, andstudy the merits and limitations of using the same in design research. Requirementsare derived from the general characteristics of design research. Four popularresearch strategies are evaluated with respect to the requirements. A preliminarybenchmark study suggests that case study method is a suitable method forconducting design research (Gregory.m.Mocko et al, 2008)
To justify this, a group of individuals in a meeting, writing and documenting results oftheir learning contract. We will be putting a business plan for Monet park hotel usingdifferent stages in achieving the aim of the project. These different stages will besituational, problem solving and decision making. In terms of situational the projectsite is currently on a well-developed area, totally accessible and not too far from thefreeway. Furthermore, the situated site has a close proximity to the city linkingdifferent transport facilities, making this site a well presentable and justified location.However there could be some processes to follow before we could rightfully acquirethis land for the project. Such as the final planning permitting, architectural designand not forgetting the conditional use permit for the proposed hotel.
Section 4: MethodsI have chosen the project...simulation as my method .because. This pathwayenables me as a student to identify with real work life experience. We at the GSMLondon do not have that support of work placement, so independently or as a groupI do intensive researches to achieve success in my project. Simulation in this way isvery interactive and it has its basis on the latest information there is, usinginformation technology. by so doing enabling me develop my interpersonal skills.The future needs planning and experiences gathered will be valuable to my carrierdevelopment. Which employers need, so as to make employability flexible and easy.This method of learning will also help me tackle any issues with my stakeholders.According to an article by the Frontline solver in 2019, it clearly states that simulationis a flexible methodology that we use to analyse the behaviour of a present orproposal business activity, new product, or business expansion. Most analyst refer tothis as system understudy. Furthermore this method enables me estimate how aproposed new system would behave.
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