PED Conference

Welcome to our internal pedagogical conference - the PED Conference that JTH will host on May 17 2018.

Theme: Linking Education and Research

Time and place

May 17 2018, 09:00-16:30 (Optional casual dinner after 16.30)

School of Engineering, Jönköping
Room E1423 (Fagerhult)

Programme

Keynotes and Workshops

09:00–09:30 Welcome and registration

09:30–10:30 Plenary session I – Marie Magnell, KTH, Linking education and research - theory and practice

10:30 Coffee

11:00-12.00 Plenary sessions 2 - Mats Jacksson, Kristina Säfsten, Patrik Cannmo and Hi Tech, Research and education at the School of Engineering

12:00–13:00 LUNCH

13:00–14:30 Workshop Sessions (limited capacity, first come, first served!)

1. Linking education and research at the School of Engineering - Today and tommorow. Marie Magnell

2. Active learning techniques

3. Internationalisation

4. "Bring your own demonstration - Tools for education"

14:30–15:00 COFFEE BREAK

15:00–16:30 Workshop Sessions (limited capacity, first come, first served!)

1. Linking education and research at the School of Engineering - Today and tommorow. Marie Magnell

2. Active learning techniques

3. Internationalisation

4. Sustainability in research and education

16:30 Informal dinner and PED awards

Sign up and nominate

The PED Collegial Award 2018

To emphasize how important our work is to develop our pedagogical excellence and ability to organize and administrate professional courses, we are delighted to announce that we will hand out two awards at the PED conference:

- The School of Engineering at Jönköping University Award

for excellence in the pedagogic profession

- The School of Engineering at Jönköping University Award

for excellence in course organisation & administration

One winner or team of winners in each category will be awarded based on nominations from JTH staff and final evaluations of the PED-team.

Examples of achievements for excellence in the pedagogic profession include:

- Excellent pedagogical skills

- Experimenting with novel pedagogical methods

- Using virtual learning environments in novel/successful ways

- Involving external partners in novel/successful ways

Examples of achievements for excellence in course organisation & administration include:

- Implementing novel/successful processes, routines or documents which enabled smooth running of course and happy students

- Implementing novel/successful ways to provide feedback to students

- Implementing novel/clear marking/assessment criteria

- Implementing novel/successful ways to examine/grade students

- Successfully engaged students or others in developing the course content or design

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About the speakers

Anna-Karin Carstensen is Senior Lecturer in Engineering Education Research at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. In her thesis she describes how students make links between the theory/model-world and the object/event-world, when teaching materials are carefully prepared using Variation Theory. She teaches as well engineering education as computer science, especially embedded systems. She is a member of the Pedagogical Development Group (PED), where her monitoring area is CDIO.

Alastair Creelman is an e-learning specialist at Linnaeus University in Kalmar. He works as a project leader and consultant in e-learning/distance education. Alastair is particularly interested in the development of open educational resources in education, MOOCs, social media, digital literacy and quality in e-learning.

Ulf Gran is an Associate Professor and the Vice Head of the Department of Physics at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. His research focuses on black holes in string theory. He was awarded the annual pedagogical prize at Chalmers in 2016.

Jörgen Gustafsson is Senior Lecturer in Physics at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. He has long experience from working with online courses and virtual learning environments. Jörgen is a member of the Board of Education and Research Education at Jönköping University (NUF) and the Pedagogical Development Group at the School of Engineering (PED), where his monitoring area is IT in higher education.

Andrea Resmini is a Seniro Lecturer of Informatics at Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University. He was trained as an architect at the Politecnico di Milano, in Milan, Italy, and I hold a PhD in Legal Informatics from the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, in Bologna, Italy. His research focuses on information architecture, cross-channel experiences, new media, and the concepts of space, place, and place-making in blended spaces.

Willem van Valkenburg has been working in the field of e-learning at Delft University of Technology since 2003. Currently, he is responsible for the Production & Delivery of TU Delft Extension School, which includes OpenCourseWare, MOOCs, Online and Blended Courses. Willem is also a board member of the Open Education Consortium.

Contact

President of PED Anna Rosengren

PED conference projectmanager Hamid Jafari

Business Developer Linda Bergqvist

Project coordinator Jesper Johnsson

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