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PIRE seminar 9-10 May - Promoting Future Learning Skills: Interventions, Impact, Internationalization

5.5.2017

U.S-Finnish Seminar on Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE)

Promoting Future Learning Skills: Interventions, Impact, Internationalization

9–10 May 2017
Venue: Academy of Finland, Hakaniemenranta 6, Helsinki

The program (PDF)

Tuesday 9 May (General Seminar Room, 1st floor)

12:00-12:50      Registration & lunch buffet

12:50-13:00      Opening words, Professor Katariina Salmela-Aro

13:00-13:45      Keynote 1: “Measuring What Matters: Challenges and Opportunities in Assessing STEM Proficiency”

James Pellegrino, Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Psychology and Education; Co-director, Learning Sciences Research Institute, University of Illinois

13:45-14:05      Comment remarks by Joseph Krajcik, Lappan-Phillips Professor of Science Education and Director of the CREATE for STEM Institute, College of Education and Department of Sociology, Michigan State University

14:05-14:20      Open discussion

14:20-14:45      Coffee break

14:45-15:30      Keynote 2: “Designing and Measuring Optimal Learning Moments in Finland and U.S. Secondary Science Classes”

Barbara Schneider, Hannah Distinguished Professor, College of Education and Department of Sociology, Michigan State University

15:30-15:50      Comment remarks by Kaisa Aunola, Professor in Developmental Psychology, University of Jyväskylä

15:50-16:05      Open discussion

16:05-16:15      Short Break

16:15-16:30      Internationalization case example: “MEPNL17 Model European Parliament: an international conference organized for the youth (age 16-18) and by the youth (age 18-25)”

Taimi Vilkko (Committee on Culture and Education)

Sofi Laakso (Committee on Foreign Affairs)

16:30-16:45      Questions and Answers

16:45-17.30      International perspective 1: “Future Learning Skills in Global Context”

Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin, Leader and Senior Analyst, OECD Directorate for Education and Skills, Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI)

17:30-17:50      Comment remarks by Katariina Salmela-Aro, Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Jyväskylä

17:50-18:00      Closing discussion

 

Wednesday 10 May (Auditorium, 1st floor)

09:00-10:00      Keynote 3: Designing Environments to Promote Optimal Learning” / “Engagement and the Measurement of Project Based Learning”

Barbara Schneider, Hannah Distinguished Professor & Joseph Krajcik, Lappan-Phillips Professor of Science Education, College of Education and Department of Sociology, Michigan State University

10:00-10:15      Comment remarks by Jari Lavonen, Professor of Physics and Chemistry Education, Department of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki

10:15-10:30      Open discussion

10:30-10:45      Coffee Break

10:45-11:30      International perspective 2: STEM Lessons in the Chilean Context”

Valeria Cabello, Ph.D. (Educational Psychology), Centro de Investigación Avanzada en Educación, Universidad de Chile

11:30-11:45      Open discussion

11:45-12:30      Keynote 4: “Development and Stimulation of Early Core Mathematical Abilities”

Lieven Verschaffel, Professor of Educational Sciences, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

12:30-12:50      Comment remarks by Erno Lehtinen, Professor of Education, Faculty of Education,

University of Turku

12:50-13:00      Open discussion / End of seminar

13:00                 Lunch, Restaurant Lasiranta, Academy of Finland

Lisätietoja

Ohjelmapäällikkö Risto Vilkko
p. 029 533 5136

Projektisihteeri Erika Lempiäinen
p. 029 533 5101

etunimi.sukunimi(at)aka.fi

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