Parallel thematic sessions, part II

Tuesday 7 February from 12.45-14.30

Theme 4: Digitalization  new learning and teaching (room: Polstjärnan)

Presentations:

  • Math instruction in Norway and Finland – what typical discourses and technologies are prominent in the classrooms? [abstract]
    Associate Professor Marte Blikstad-Balas, University of Oslo
    Education for Tomorrow programme
    JustEd Nordic Centre of Excellence
  • Virtual science learning environments in future school: the viewpoint of small group’s collaborative learning process [abstract]
    Postdoctoral researcher Tuike Iiskala, University of Turku
    TULOS programme 
  • DiDiAC  Digitalised dialogues across the curriculum [abstract]
    Associate professor Ingvill Rasmussen, University of Oslo
    FINNUT programme 

Theme 5: Student engagement and motivation (room: Bergsmannen)

Presentations:
  • Identity development and socio-digital participation among Finnish high school students [abstract]
    Doctoral student Rasmus Mannerström, University of Jyväskylä
    TULOS programme 
  • Gender equality education in Iceland: Challenges and opportunities six years after the radical new curriculum [abstract]
    Professor Ingólfur Ásgeir Jóhannesson, University of Iceland
    Education for Tomorrow programmeJustEd Nordic Centre of Excellence 
  • Student participation in rural areas [abstract]
    Senior lecturer Monica Johansson, Gothenburg University
    Education for Tomorrow programmeJustEd Nordic Centre of Excellence 

Theme 6: New learners, social inclusion and justice (room: Auditorium)

Presentations:
  • The portrayal of Westerners and others in Finnish school textbooks [abstract]
    Dr. Pia Mikander, University of Helsinki
    Education for Tomorrow programmeJustEd Nordic Centre of Excellence
  • Temporal and spatial artifacts for transformative agency and expansive learning in a food cooperative [abstract]
    Dr. Juhana Rantavuori, University of Helsinki
    TULOS programme
  • "They never understood my story”. Young adults with a migration background on school failure and transitions between school and work [abstract]
    Dr. Senior lecturer Michael LindbladUmeå University
    Education for Tomorrow programmeJustEd Nordic Centre of Excellence