All of the material will be delivered due to the course´s Moodle platform.
This course is virtual course, containing 3 lecture sessions in Zoom. Most part of the work is done due to the individual and group assignments. The course will contain also Moodle Exam.
All of the assignments are judged against the learning outcomes of this course. The maximum grade of the course is 5 (min 90 p). Grade 4 will be achieved by of 80 – 89 p; 3: 70 – 79 p; 2: 60 – 69 p); 1: 50 – 59 p. The different assignments will be graded as following: Individual Assignment 1. 0/5 p (if not returned on time = 0 p) Individual Assignment 2. 0/5 p (if not done/added to the learning diary = 0 p) Individual Assignment 3. (Exam): 0 – 40 p. Obligatory. Individual Assignment 4. (Learning diary): 20 p. Obligatory. The learning diary is evaluated by teachers given attention to the content and especially how student is able to reflect ones learning. Also, the development suggestions and other feedback of the whole course are important part of the development process. Group Assignment: 30 p. Obligatory. Each of the three sections are a worth of maximum 10 p. Grading considers the content of the work, following of the assignment instructions and the layout of the work.
06.09.2021 - 31.12.2021
01.07.2021 - 05.09.2021
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Faculty of Technology (LAB)
Sakari Autio, Jussi Kuusela, Pia Haapea
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Engineering
Must be discussed with the course teachers.
The exam will be open in Moodle on Friday 22.10.2021 from 15 – 18. (EET). The exam will be open for 1,5 hours (90 min). You can enter to the exam within the given time frame.
This course is virtual course, containing 3 lecture/work shop sessions: 16.9.2021, 30.9.2021, 14.10.2021 at 14 - 18 EET. It is recommended that student participate for these sessions.
Moodle platform, lectures and workshops in ZOOM.
The total extent of this course is 5 ECTS, which will be approximately 135 hours student work. The estimated workload is divided to contain 40 hours group work, 40 hours for individual work and 54 hours for preparing exam and finalizing it. These working hours include about 12 hours lectures and workshops led by teachers.
During the course students get an overall picture of the theory related to climate change and how has human affected on climate change. During the course it is also introduced the overview of policy, regulations and actions to address climate change including sustainable development goals.
The student has not returned the required assignments and/or student´s competence does not meet the requirements of the course
Student can - use the terminology related to the climate change and sustainability - find necessary information and use it properly - work in individual professional situations in accordance with the instructions - act as a member of a student group
Student can - show familiarity with the terminology, concepts and knowledge related to climate change and sustainability - assess and define the need for information - operate in multicultural environments and teams
Student can: - use concepts and knowledge related to climate change and sustainability consistently - evaluate and use different sources of information - act in a professional situations independently and responsibly - organize team work activities