Module no. 2: Conduct work based learning
Topic no. 2: Work in team and cooperation with training team and other stakeholders
|No.||Title and description of the resource||Type||Language||Learning/ training/ evaluation activities suggested||Access URL / download|
|1.||What is good team collaboration?
The aim of the educational unit is to know how the team is defined, what the roles in the team are, what the effective cooperation is and how decisions are made in the team.
|2.||Belbin’s Test of team roles (The Belbin Individual Report helps to identify individual Team Role strengths (and weaknesses) to communicate and share with the rest of the team)
Free team roles test of123test® (This test is inspired by ideas on team roles theories, generalized competency frameworks and knowledge of the Big Five personality theory. It measures roles found in businesses and management teams throughout the world in many cultures).
|3.||Review of ICT tools for teamwork (e.g. Prezi, Google Tools, Tricider, Twiddla, Timetoart, Dropbox, Padlet)
This unit discusses the issues of shaping teamwork skills at work using ICT tools. In teamwork, tools are helpful to access your documents from anywhere, of course the necessary condition is to have access to the Internet. Course participants will learn how to create a document using a web browser using a computer, tablet or smartphone.
|PPT, apps||Individual learning||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlvWXa_uiZo|
|4.||Advantages and disadvantages of team cooperation, dealing with stress situations, communicating in a team, negotiations, conflict resolution
The ability to communicate, deal with a stressful situation, negotiate or resolve conflicts are basic social competences, especially in team work. By using ICT tools, course participants will be able to exchange information and experience in the above topics.
|Apps||Group reflection, Team work using ICT tools||https://www.hf.faa.gov/webtraining/teamperform/team008.htm|
Personal effectiveness depends on many small habits that make up good time management. Thanks to the knowledge of self-management techniques in time, the participants will be able to develop their effectiveness in the efficient implementation of tasks. In this part, we suggest you look at some tutorials that contain useful tips on how to manage time.
|6.||Self-management in time
The Eisenhower matrix (Matrix, Eisenhower Square) is one of the popular concepts of conscious self-management in time. It is used to analyze and evaluate own activities in the context of productivity. It is also a tool for planning and prioritizing from the point of view of their importance and urgency. It allows you to make better and more accurate choices and decisions about your activities. Matrixes can also be used to prioritize team work or tasks as part of larger business projects.
|The Eisenhower matrix||Self-assessment||https://www.eisenhower.me/eisenhower-matrix/|
Animated video, there is not text nor voice. Different groups of animals show how important is teamwork to fight against some troubles.
|Video||There is not relevant text, it is an animated video.||Individual learning||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlUxUMCNwnA|
|8.||10 tips to teamwork
This guide offers 10 tips to stop operating in groups or by individuals and start creating teams.
|9.||GROUP VS TEAM
This article explain the main differences between group and team.
There are clear differences and it is important to have them in mind when different people is involved in the same objective.
|10.||TEST ONLINE: ARE YOU GOOD WORKING IN TEAMS?
Online test with 50 multiple option questions about our capacity and willingness to work in team.
|Online test||Spanish||Individual test||https://www.hacertest.com/personalidad/trabajo-equipo/|
|11.||BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS ON WORK BASED LEARNING AND APPRENTICESHIPS – KICK-OFF MEETING – OUTCOMES OF WORLD CAFÉ DISCUSSION
The group identified four main stakeholders: students, society, VET providers and companies. A common vocabulary is needed between these groups of stakeholders in order to have the same understanding on the challenges they face and the possible solutions they propose to overcome them. Therefore, an evaluation of learned skills, competences/capabilities should be established between students (graduates) and VET providers in order to reduce this gap and improve the employability of young people.