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Success - Unleash Yourself

Ended Mar 25, 2019

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Full course description

Course Date:

Jan 7 - Mar 25, 2019

Duration:

10 weeks

Commitment:

5-7 hrs/week

Requirement:

None

Course Type:

Instructor-led

Credential:

Certificate (free)

Description

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to attract success while others work very hard, but do not achieve what they want? Are you interested in changing your own life and being more successful?

Then this free course is for you. Success - Unleash yourself is a nine week hands-on course turning your life in the direction of success. You will learn the basics of success and you will apply them to your own situation.

Experienced teachers will guide you on your journey to find and fulfill your dreams. In this adventure, you are not alone as the course features learning groups with members helping each other finding their purpose in life.

Objectives

The course is designed to introduce you to the four main focus areas mindset, starting point, goals, and tasks - individually and as part of a team. You will explore these four areas related to your own situation and at the end of the course, you will already be more successful than at the beginning. The course is based on theoretical knowledge, but the main part is about learning good habits that lead to success.


Target Audience: Life-long learners and those interested in self-development.


Course is offered by University of Agder.

Course Instructors

Andreas Prinz

Andreas Prinz

Professor

Andreas Prinz is a computer scientist and university teacher with strong interest in technology supported teaching. Read More.

His focus is on soft skills and their connection to the hard skills that are normally taught in computer science studies. His current focus is on support for behavioral change using technology and group work. The success course is an experiment in this scope.

Renée Patrizia Schulz

Renée Patrizia Schulz

Instructor

Renée Schulz is a user interface designer with strong interest in human-centered design. Read More.

She focuses on good user experiences for teachers and for students. She is specifically working with the use of tasks in a teaching setting.

Silje Haugland

Silje Haugland

Associate Professor

Silje Haugland is Associate Professor at University of Agder, Institute of Psychosocial Health Read More.

She is a Learing Disability Nurse with a strong interest in motivation, learning and behavioral change, and focuses on using research and theories from psychology and pedagogy when developing courses and student activities.

Michael Schmidt

Michael Schmidt

Instructor

Michael Schmidt is a Senior Learner Developer at Birmingham City University. Read More.

He has more than 20 years’ experience supporting individuals and teams to achieve their personal best within academic as well as in corporate settings. His current interest lies in how to use Technology supported teaching and learning strategies to make personal and professional development more accessible, user friendly and effective.

Ghislain Maurice Norbert Isabwe

Ghislain Maurice Norbert Isabwe

Associate Professor

Isabwe is an Associate Professor of Multimedia & eLearning at University of Agder, Department of Information and Communication Technology. Read More.

He contributes to the development of formal and non-formal digital learning solutions addressing global digital inclusion and lifelong learning. His work involves teaching and research in the field of Human Computer Interaction and Technology Enhanced Learning; focusing on usability and quality user experience for the web, mobile, wearables, virtual and augmented reality technology.