PED Conference 2020

Welcome to our internal pedagogical conference - The PED conference that the School of Engineering will host on March 19 2020.

Theme: Quality and Pedagogical Development

Time and place: March 19 2020, 09:00 - 16:30, followed by informal dinner in JTH entrance.

Room E1423 (Fagerhult Aula), E1418, E1419 E1017, E1022, E1028
School of Engineering, Jönköping

Programme

Session 1 - 09.00-10.00
Single keynote in E1423

Welcome and Introduction
Regulatory framework at JU and the School of Engineering
Mats Jackson, Executive Vice President JU, Kristina Säfsten, Associate Dean of Doctoral programmes, Salem Seifeddine, Associate Dean of Research, Patrik Cannmo, Associate Dean of Education, Anna Rosengren, Quality Coordinator and Chairperson Pedagogical Development Group.

Coffee break - 10.00 - 10.30
Ecological and Fairtrade, served standing outside E1423

Session 2 – 10.30 - 12.00
Three parallel keynotes/workshops in E1017, E1022 and E1028

Workshop for teachers – E1017
Part 1: Steering documents for teachers - introduction (40 minutes)
Leif-Magnus Jensen, Jonelija Zelic, David Samvin JTH

Part 2: Study guide and constructive alignment, CDIO and the education concept of the School of Engineering (40 minutes)
Anna Rosengren, Géza Fischl JTH

Workshop for programme managers – E1022
Regulatory framework
Patrik Cannmo, Associate Dean of Education JTH

Support for researchers and doctoral students – E1028
Part 1: Rules and regulations– 40 minutes
Part 2: Rules and regulations– 40 minutes (same content as Part 1)
Kristina Säfsten, Associate Dean of Doctoral programmes JTH and Salem Seifeddine, Associate Dean of Research
JTH

Lunch break - 12.00 - 13.00
Ecological vegetarian lunch, served standing outside E1423

Session 3 – 13.00 - 14.30
Three parallel keynotes/workshops in E1017, E1022 and E1028

How to integrate Research and Education – E1022
Workshop on experiences and best practice when it comes to education-research integration.
Kristina Säfsten, Associate Dean of Doctoral programmes JTH and Salem Seifeddine, Associate Dean of Research JTH

Flipped classroles – complex mathematical problem solving* through active learning – E1017
During the workshop, Dag Wedelin will share his thoughts on and invite participants to discuss: ​
- how students can achieve complex abilities such as mathematical thinking and problem solving​
- the measures we as teachers need to take to make this happen
- examples of implementation of these ideas in undergraduate courses
Dag Wedelin, Professor and head of division, Data Science and AI division Chalmers

*Topics discussed during the workshop are of a general nature concerning active learning – no experience from mathematics required.


Blended Learning Lab with University Services experts on Zoom, Inspera, Canvas, JU Play – E1028
Bring your computer and ask questions to the University Services experts on Zoom, Inspera, Canvas, JU Play
University Services experts

Session 4 – 15.00 (14.30*) - 16.30
Three parallel keynotes/workshops in E1017, E1022 and E1028

How to integrate Research and Education – E1022
Workshop on experiences and best practice when it comes to education-research integration.
Kristina Säfsten, Associate Dean of Doctoral programmes JTH and Salem Seifeddine, Associate Dean of Research JTH

Flipped classroles – complex mathematical problem solving* through active learning – E1017
During the workshop, Dag Wedelin will share his thoughts on and invite participants to discuss: ​
- how students can achieve complex abilities such as mathematical thinking and problem solving​
- the measures we as teachers need to take to make this happen
- examples of implementation of these ideas in undergraduate courses
Professor Dag Wedelin, Chalmers

*Topics discussed during the workshop are of a general nature concerning active learning – no experience from mathematics required.


*ABC method for course development and design – E1028
NOTE: this workshop starts at 14.30 and need a minimum of two persons working on a course.
The ABC method was developed at University College, London, and is a research based tool for efficient course design. The workshop has an analogue set-up, but has proven to lead to an increased use of digital recourses in traditional learning situations, "blended learning". ​

During the workshop, you discuss your own course with a colleague/colleagues engaged in the course. The workshop therefore targets course teams of 2-5 teachers (within the same course, or you can decide to develop a course together that one of you are the course coordinator of). The course team should have a common understanding of the current design and learning outcomes of the course that will be discussed. Bring useful material such as course syllabus and study guide. The workshop leader provides an introduction and helps with advice during the team discussions that bring new ideas and perspectives for future course development.
Marita Ljungquist, Lund University

Informal dinner - 16.30 -
Casual mingle and dinner in JTH entrance.
Highlighting student literature written by JTH employees and PED Awards.

Contact 

President of PED Anna Rosengren

PED conference project manager Sofia Lovén

Content updated 2020-02-19

Content updated 2019-03-11
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