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Programme

Welcome to three event-filled days hosted by the Faculty of Education and Society at Malmö University. International Week 2018.

Klick on the dates below to navigate the programme. 

Tuesday, November 20

Wednesday, November 21

Thursday, November 22


Tuesday, November 20


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 09.15-10 Place: OR:D138 

Keynote: Vuyokazi Nomlomo, Issues and Insights into Teacher Education in South Africa

Dr. Vuyokazi Nomlomo

This presentation highlights the issues pertaining to higher education and shifts that have occurred in Teacher Education since 1994 as the country transitioned from apartheid education to democracy. It argues that an imbalance in teacher education knowledge, the university and school contexts, as well as societal challenges, have an impact on the design of teacher education programmes in South Africa.

Dr. Vuyokazi Nomlomo is the current Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. She is an Associate Professor in Language Education and has vast experience on research that promotes the use of the marginalised indigenous African languages in education in South Africa. She has worked in a number of national, regional and international collaborative projects that focus on multilingual education and the intellectualisation of African languages in education. Her research interests include language policy implementation and practice in linguistically diverse contexts, mother tongue and multilingual education, early childhood literacy, teacher education and gender equality in education.

With: Vuyokazi Nomlomo, University of the Western Cape, South Africa.


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 10.15-12 Place: OR:D331

Workshop: Games as pedagogical tools: how a visual timeline card game can help students' ability to think historically and develop their « big picture » understanding of history

In this workshop, participants will use the visual timeline card game named « Snapshop of time » to develop pedagogical activities aimed at helping students think historically and develop their big picture understanding of history. The reasoning behind the creation of the card game as well as its influence on students’ learning will be addressed.

With: Catherine Duquette, University of Quebec in Chicoutimi.


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:E340

Workshop: Life as an exchange student

Erasmus IR (in real). Please meet with Molly and Alve. Molly is a student studying PE and Outdoor education at the University of Worcester, UK. Now she is a student at Malmö University studying the Swedish way of things. Alve is a PE student at Malmö University who did an exchange semester at the University of Worcester. Come and get inspired for exchange!

With: Alve Hederstedt Malmö University and Molly Shaw Worcester University 


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 11:15-12 Place: OR:C440

Art-based story line

In this lecture, you will work with, explorative learning with facts, fiction and friction as a teacher potential. 

Docent Hannah Kaihovirta is an Associate Professor in the didactics of the Aesthetic subjects at the University of Helsinki. Her speciality within the area of Teacher Education, is theVisual Arts, Drama Pedagogy, Contemporary Arts, Sustainable Didactics and Multi-literacy.

https://www.helsinki.fi/en/researchgroups/diversity-multilingualism-and-social-justice-in-education/projects/suste-sustainable-stories-in-early-childhood-education-and-care

Språk: Engelska

With: Hannah Kaihovirta, Helsingfors University


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 11-13 Place: Ground floor atrium

GO International – träffa oss för att prata internationella möjligheter

Vilka möjligheter finns utomlands om man är student på Malmö universitet? Ta en kaffe med våra internationella samordnare för att få information om vilka möjligheter som finns till utbytesstudier, praktik och examensarbete utomlands. Erasmus+ambassadörer finns också på plats för att berätta om sina erfarenheter som utbytesstudenter i Europa.

Med: Johanna Boussard (LS), Åsa Fagerström (International Office), Rebecca Arklöf (International Office) samt Erasmus+ambassadörer.


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:E340

Outdoor Learning

There have been many changes in the English Primary Curriculum within the last five years since the introduction of the new National Curriculum. On one hand there has been a recognition of the importance of providing opportunities for regular learning outside. For example the new Early Years Foundation Stage now requires some form of outdoor learning every day. However there are also many curriculum pressures and as a result learning outdoors generally remains an additional extra rather than a fully integrated part of children’s learning. This presentation investigates how outdoor learning can be developed as a vital part in children’s education despite curriculum and governmental pressures in a results driven system. 

With: Stephen Pickering is Course Leader for the degree, Primary and Outdoor Education, at the University of Worcester. 


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 14.15-15 Place: OR:A328

Intercultural perspectives and telecollaboration in teacher education 

Shannon Suaro from Malmö University talks about Telecollaboration, a type of virtual exchange used to link classes of students in different countries. The talk focuses on aspects of intercultural learning in a telecollaborative project with pre-service teachers. The central question concerns benefits and challenges in using telecollaboration to promote and develop intercultural perspectives. This presentation also aims at sharing useful resources and digital tools linked to telecollaboration.

With: Shannon Suaro, Malmö University.


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 14.15-15 Place: OR:D331 

Workshop: The Online Class Room

Come and discuss Educational issues with students like yourself, but from another context. In this workshop you will “Zoom” with teacher training students from the University of the Western Cape, Capetown South Africa. Bring your computer or any other device with a web-browser. Meet with Dr. Vuyokazi Nomlomo Dean for the Teacher Education at UWC and Mats Johnsson from MAU that will moderate this session.

With: Vuyokazi Nomlomo, University of the Western Cape, South Africa and Mats Johnsson, Malmö University 


Tuesday, November 20

Time: 15.15-16 Place: OR:E340

Outdoor Learning

There have been many changes in the English Primary Curriculum within the last five years since the introduction of the new National Curriculum. On one hand there has been a recognition of the importance of providing opportunities for regular learning outside. For example the new Early Years Foundation Stage now requires some form of outdoor learning every day. However there are also many curriculum pressures and as a result learning outdoors generally remains an additional extra rather than a fully integrated part of children’s learning. This presentation investigates how outdoor learning can be developed as a vital part in children’s education despite curriculum and governmental pressures in a results driven system. 

With: Stephen Pickering is Course Leader for the degree, Primary and Outdoor Education, at the University of Worcester. 


Wednesday, November 21


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 09.15-10 Place: OR:E439

Keynote: Catherine Duquette, Assessing the cognitive dimensions of historical thinking through historical consciousness: the challenges of developing a progression model

Catherine Duquette

In Canada, most provinces have adopted Seixas (1996) historical thinking model in their history curriculum. If teachers are quick to adhere to this model, they find that assessing their students' ability to think historically challenging. The absence of a progression model of the cognitive dimensions of historical thinking is one of the difficulties mentioned by teachers. This presentation will look at the possibility of assessing the cognitive dimensions of historical thinking through historical consciousness using both empirical and theoretical sources. This will enable us to identify the different challenges associated with the construction of a progression model.

Catherine Duquette is a professor of didactics and history education at the Department of Education at the University of Quebec in Chicoutimi ( UQAC). She is an associate researcher at the Centre de Recherche Interuniversitaire sur la Formation et la Profession Enseignante (CRIFPE ). Her research interests include the relationship between historical thinking and historical consciousness and its influence on students’ ability to understand history as an interpretation of the past. She is also interested in the assessment of students’ historical thinking skills and on the progression of the cognitive dimensions of historical thinking.

With: Catherine Duquette, University of Quebec in Chicoutimi.


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 10.15-12 Place: OR:A347

Workshop: eTwinning as a tool for internationalisation in school

Karina Kaikkonen and Annie Bergh present eTwinning, a web-based tool for teachers and pupils designed to work with other schools in Europe. E-Twinning helps students to work with internationalisation at home, as the platform enables teachers from different countries to meet, share ideas and develop cooperation between schools in various countries.

With: Anni Bergh, Malmö stad and Karin Kaikkonen, Universitets och Högskolerådet

Wednesday, November 21

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:E430

"Vault", Educational Model And Application.

Vault! Learning through creativity: a parkour based educational model and application.

This presentation highlight the first results of an ongoing cross-scientific research project, (Computer Science/Sport Science) at Malmö University, that addresses the need for an educational change that arises after the societal changes that we encounter in the era of internet, social media, online communities, and knowledge sharing on the web. Trough former research in Parkour we have looked at the learning processes that takes place when practicing Parkour. Interaction between the athletes in many cases using some kind of filming device. Using social medias to share film and clips with others for learning, makes a great impact on the individual worldwide. Self-, location-, and environment-awareness, analyzing, creating, exercising and sharing, as means for building up a challenge based learning framework.

With: José Font, Mats Johnsson, Nick Appelqvist Malmö University


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:A328

Educational effects of musical and choral workshops for preschool children on developing empathy

Musical and choral workshops for preschool children present innovative approaches in early child education. In addition to all general and specific goals, like singing in a group and a choir, music oriented goals, such as developing musicality, a sense for the rhythm and an awareness of how music could represent a non-verbal communication, have all the potential to be seen within those specific goals in education which are geared towards teaching children how to constructively resolve conflicts. The goals in education for early child development which encourage the fostering of empathy and compassion in children are highlighted, and these are some of the key skills to be developed in non-violent communication.

One of the main objectives is to raise the awareness about the role and importance of music and musical contents in educational work with preschool children. In this presentation professional training strategy in preschool teacher development which implies a lifelong learning in which teachers have to work on their own personal and professional development will be presented. 

With: Lejla Kasumagić – Islambegović


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 11:15-12 Place: OR:A328

Parenting programmes as an equalizer – empowering suburban mothers to enhance children's early learning and development

Data shows that 85% of preschool children in Bosnia and Herzegovina have no access to preschool programmes at all, which is the lowest preschool participation rate in Europe, and it mostly affects children of socioeconomically endangered families. Only 2% of the children of the unemployed parents and 0,5% from the rural region attend preschool programmes.

Dr Dženeta Camović is an assistant professor at the Department of Pedagogy of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. She earned a master's degree in Pedagogy in 2011, and PhD in Pedagogy in 2016 from the University of Sarajevo. Her research interests are in the fields of early childhood education, improving early childhood social disadvantage through interventions and support, enhancing early childhood learning and development, home learning environment, parenting, and group parent education. She is a certified trainer for group parents’ education by parenting organisation “Approachable Parenting” from the United Kingdom, and in recent years she has been actively implementing programmes for parents of preschool children.

With: Dženeta Camović, University of Sarajevo


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:B324

Languages and varieties in culturally heterogeneous classrooms, the role of social media

From classroom ethnographies in public secondary schools in Buenos Aires City and San Martín, we are studying how young migrants students from neighbouring countries (Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru) - in many cases bilingual (Spanish-indigenous languages) - relate to language practices in standard Spanish as users of diverse linguistic varieties (most often, stigmatised). In particular, we analyse and compare the extent to which these young students bring in their vernacular linguistic uses to (a) classroom face-to-face interaction, and (b) classroom online groups. Digital ethnographies of classroom groups (in Facebook, WhatsApp) allow us to analyse the emergence of an ample repertoire of language strategies and multimodal resources. By examining code-switching and mode-switching in these exchanges, we seek to understand the implications of the oral/literate continuum for the language classroom.

Cecilia Magadán, she is a professor at Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM, Argentina), where she teaches General Linguistics and Grammar. She also teaches undergraduate courses at teacher training institutes (ISP "Joaquín V. González", IES Lenguas Vivas "Juan Ramón Fernández") and graduate seminars at the Specialization in Reading and Writing Processes (UNESCO Chair-Universidad de Buenos Aires). Her research projects take an ethnographic approach to multimodality and new literacy practices in educational settings.

With: Cecilia Magadán, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina.


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 11:15-12 Place: OR:E430

"Vault", Educational Model And Application.

Vault! Learning through creativity: a parkour based educational model and application.

 This presentation highlight the first results of an ongoing cross-scientific research project, (Computer Science/Sport Science) at Malmö University, that addresses the need for an educational change that arises after the societal changes that we encounter in the era of internet, social media, online communities, and knowledge sharing on the web. Trough former research in Parkour we have looked at the learning processes that takes place when practicing Parkour. Interaction between the athletes in many cases using some kind of filming device. Using social medias to share film and clips with others for learning, makes a great impact on the individual worldwide. Self-, location-, and environment-awareness, analyzing, creating, exercising and sharing, as means for building up a challenge based learning framework.

With: José Font, Mats Johnsson, Nick Appelqvist Malmö University


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 11-13 Place: second floor, main staircase, Orkanen.

GO International – träffa oss för att prata internationella möjligheter

Vilka möjligheter finns utomlands om man är student på Malmö universitet? Ta en kaffe med våra internationella samordnare för att få information om vilka möjligheter som finns till utbytesstudier, praktik och examensarbete utomlands. Erasmus+ambassadörer finns också på plats för att berätta om sina erfarenheter som utbytesstudenter i Europa.

Med: Johanna Boussard (LS), Åsa Fagerström (International Office), Rebecca Arklöf (International Office) samt Erasmus+ambassadörer


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 13.15-15 Place: OR:A347

Workshop: eTwinning as a tool for internationalisation in school

Karina Kaikkonen and Annie Bergh present eTwinning, a web-based tool for teachers and pupils designed to work with other schools in Europe. E-Twinning helps students to work with internationalisation at home, as the platform enables teachers from different countries to meet, share ideas and develop cooperation between schools in various countries.

With: Anni Bergh, Malmö stad and Karin Kaikkonen, Universitets och Högskole Rådet


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 13.15-15 Place:OR:B324 - CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS

PeaceWorks – Min skola – ett antirasistiskt verktyg

PeaceWorks kommer föreläsa om vikten av att ha ett aktivt värdegrundsarbete på Sveriges skolor kopplat till antirasism och antidiskriminering och hur det bidrar till en ökad trygghet för elever och pedagoger. Detta kommer vi göra genom att prata om postkolonialism, tolkningsföreträde & maktstrukturer utifrån PeaceWorks projekt "Min Skola ett antirasistiskt verktyg". PeaceWorks mål är att öka ungas förmåga att reflektera över och kritiskt granska destruktiva normer både på samhälls- och individnivå, men även att främja kritisk reflektion bland de som arbetar med barn och unga. Detta för att långsiktigt arbeta med att stärka och öka ungas engagemang i samhällsstärkande frågor.

Med: Matilda Oldenmark, PeaceWorks


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 13.15-15 Place: OR:A131 (Ground floor)

Work shop “Communication with music for the youngest students”

Come and interact with Dr. Liza Lee in a creative workshop. Liza Lee is a graduate of Teachers College, Columbia University in New York where she received her doctoral degree in music and music education.  Dr. Lee is the founder of “Center of Holistic Music Educational Approach for Young Children” in Taiwan. She conducts research in both early childhood music education and music educational therapy in the treatment of children with special needs. Her work has led to ongoing invitations to lecture at prestigious universities, conferences and seminars around the world.

With: Dr. Liza Lee, Professor at the department of Early Childhood development and education at Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 13:15-15 Place: OR:C440

Workshop: Art-based story line

In this workshop, you will work with, explorative learning with facts, fiction and friction as a teacher potential. 

Docent Hannah Kaihovirta is an Associate Professor in the didactics of the Aesthetic subjects at the University of Helsinki. Her speciality within the area of Teacher Education, is theVisual Arts, Drama Pedagogy, Contemporary Arts, Sustainable Didactics and Multi-literacy.

https://www.helsinki.fi/en/researchgroups/diversity-multilingualism-and-social-justice-in-education/projects/suste-sustainable-stories-in-early-childhood-education-and-care

Språk: Svenska

With: Hannah Kaihovirta, Helsingfors University


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 14:15-15 Place: OR:A328

International Office informerar om MFS Minor Field Studies

Som student på Malmö universitet kan du söka stipendium för att få göra fältstudier I ett utvecklingsland. Fältstudien är tänkt att vara en resa där du samlar in material till ditt examensarbete på kandidat- eller masternivå. Lär dig mer om hur man ansöker på vår informationsträff, anordnat av universitetets International Office.

Med: Kajsa Werlestål Khanye, Malmö University


Wednesday, November 21

Time: 15.15-16 Place: OR:A347

Summary of IPPC special report on Global Warming of 1.5C.

https://news.un.org/en/news/topic/climate-change

Come and listen to Professor Nils Ekelund that will highlight the latest about UN Climate Goals and the report on global warming. Nils Ekelund is a professor in the field of Plant Physiology at Malmö University and his research is focused on the effects of climate change and the environmental effects on the aquatic environment.

With: Professor Nils Ekelund, Malmö University


Thursday, November 22


Thursday, November 22

Time: 07.15-08:50 Place: OR:A131

Yoga

Practical Yoga with Sepand Mashreghi Blank. Be ready to start this practical workshop 07.30.

With: Sepand Mashreghi Blank, researcher and Phd student at Malmö University


Thursday, November 22

Time: 09.15-10 Place: OR:D138

Keynote: Yassine Mohamed, Culture art and education in Egypt in the light of the internet revolution

Yassine MohamedYassine Mohamed is an Egyptian Art Manager, Producer, and Booker. Yassine has been working in the art field since 2013, he worked with many different artists such as Dina El Wedidi, Tarabband, Alvin Alkhaildi, Tania Saleh, Asia Madani, and others. In 2014 he became the operation and tour manager of the Nile Project (nonprofit organization). Currently, he is the Manager of Grand Nile Tower Arts Center

Yassine takes us on a trip down memory lane to tell us the story of a school art teacher, a young ambitious woman who taught him music when he was an adolescent in school. The story resembles the changes in the societal, and economic situations which have led to the present state of the music scene in Egypt. For the past two decades, the Middle East has witnessed many changes, lately, with the emergence of the internet and easy access to online content, more and more artists have surfaced. Yet, some challenges remain.

With: Yassine Mohamed, Grand Nile Tower Arts Center.


Thursday, November 22

Time: 10.15-12 Place: OR:D131

Innovation in PE

Do the PE-teacher have an obligation to act more innovative in the future? How to become a “real man”: “Behavioral change of blue workers movement and health practice, applying gamification”

With: Lars Elbæk, Rune Skovrup, Saifuddin Khalid and René Engelhardt Hansen, Odense Universitet, Danmark


Thursday, November 22

Time: 10.15-11 Place: OR:B324

Intercultural education in Polish Sign Language teaching – from theoretical basics to pedagogical tools.

Language education is not only a process of teaching and learning a language but it is also immersion in the cultural context. Consequently, if we want to analyse the process of the Polish Sign Language education, we have to analyse this cultural background too. The aim of this lecture is to present the ethology of sign language education in Poland and the current knowledge constructing within this scope.

Anna Irasiak, PhD in pedagogical science, assistant professor at Faculty of Pedagogy at Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa, graduated Ph.D. Studies at University of Lower Silesia in Wroclaw, Poland. Research interests: teaching and learning of Polish Sign Language, building intercultural identity in Deaf community, Deaf culture, sign language in deaf children education.

With: Anna Irasiak, Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa, Poland


Thursday, November 22

Time: 10.15-11 Place: NI:B0308

The embedded and everyday lives of young people as fans

People’s lives are now inextricably mediated by technologies, having a huge impact on how we build identity, consume and produce culture, interact and learn in both formal and informal contexts. In this talk, we will address these changes by exploring some online language-related practices of fans from Spain: 1) Selo, a fan translator of games whose translations receive thousands of downloads; 2) Cristy1994, a highly successful fanfictioner of Harry Potter in Spanish, and 3) Miree, a fundubber whose activity translating, dubbing and singing anime songs in Spanish on YouTube took her as a guest to TV show in Japan.

With: Boris Vazquez-Calvo, Syddansk Universitet, University of Santiago de Compostela


Thursday, November 22

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:B324

Workshop: Culture art and education in Egypt in the ligth of the internet revolution 

With: Yassine Mohamed, Grand Nile Tower Arts Center.


Thursday, November 22

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:F312

Reconsidering inequality in the 21st century: Cartographies of schooling in the periphery of the Buenos Aires metropolitan area

In addition to increasingly globalized circulation of goods and knowledges, these times have brought the extension of opportunities and the deepening of inequalities. In our current learning societies, schools are a field of tensions where, paradoxically, teachers, as part of their ‘divine calling,’ must give up teaching in a strict sense to become their students’ coaches. On the basis of field work conducted in the periphery of the Buenos Aires metropolitan area, I will present notes towards a cartography of schooling intended to discuss educational inequalities in contemporary societies. Through statistical information and semi-structured interviews, I address a layer of distribution and circulation of students in the urban space andthrough students’ audio-visual production and from an ethnographic perspective, I address a second layer of the intersection of schools life and neighbourhoods. My purpose is to provide a history of the present in relation to practices of power, as well as lines of flights and struggles over shaping schooling. I suggest that, in times of selective metropolisation, centrifugal dynamics tend to enclose groups of students and to heighten inequalities. Also at play, however is a centripetal dynamic that escapes from the abject fear about the slums and struggles for access to school and to knowledge.

With: Silvia M Grinberg, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina.


Thursday, November 22

Time: 11.15-12 Place: OR:F314

(Un)Sustainability and the Critical Role of Education 

Sustainability is considered to be simultaneously based on the economy, environment, and society, which interacts to promote social equity while being viable and bearable to promote a sustainable state. However, there have been critics to the possibility of achieving sustainability, either because the Social Sciences says the equity is not possible/bearable in a capitalist economy or due to entropic limits stated by the Natural Sciences, indicating that sustainability is not viable. Facing what seems to be unsustainability of the human existence on Earth, we can direct education to unveil the myth of our salvation by scientific and technological development. It requires a critical-reflexive position towards knowledge and practices. Examples will especially be taken from the area of Green and Sustainable Chemistry (Education).  

Authors:
Leonardo Victor Marcelino, Chemistry teacher, PhD student in Technology and Science Education in the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, and guest researcher at Malmö University. His research focuses on values in scientific and technological practices and the role of education in a sustainable society.

Jesper Sjöström, Associate Professor of Educational Sciences, especially Science Education. Research leader at NMS and the faculty coordinator for Masters educations in Educational Sciences. His research is in the area of sustainability- and Bildung-oriented science education, with a particular focus on chemistry, its nature, and links to philosophy, media, health, and environment.


Thursday, November 22

Time: 11-13 Place: Ground floor atrium

GO International – träffa oss för att prata internationella möjligheter

Vilka möjligheter finns utomlands om man är student på Malmö universitet? Träffa våra internationella samordnare för att få information om vilka möjligheter som finns till utbytesstudier, praktik och examensarbete utomlands. Erasmus+ambassadörer finns också på plats för att berätta om sina erfarenheter som utbytesstudenter i Europa.

Med: Johanna Boussard (LS), Åsa Fagerström (International Office), Rebecca Arklöf (International Office) samt Erasmus+ambassadörer


Thursday, November 22

Time: 13.15-15 Place: OR:E439

Radicalisation processes and violent extremism

Felix Unogwu, political scientist and specialist in conflict resolution. Accompanied by his colleagues, Rafi Farouq, will try to give an overview of radicalisation processes among youth and elaborate on linkages to criminality and Islam. 

With: Felix Unogwu and Rafi Farouq. Presented in cooperation with the Student Union´s Malmö Association of Foreign Affairs (UF Malmö)


Thursday, November 22

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:C402

The embedded and everyday lives of young people as fans

People’s lives are now inextricably mediated by technologies, having a huge impact in how we build identity, consume and produce culture, interact and learn in both formal and informal contexts. In this talk, we will address these changes by exploring some online language-related practices of fans from Spain: 1) Selo, a fan translator of games whose translations receive thousands of downloads; 2) Cristy1994, a highly successful fanfictioner of Harry Potter in Spanish, and 3) Miree, a fundubber whose activity translating, dubbing and singing anime songs in Spanish on YouTube took her as a guest to TV show in Japan.

With: Boris Vazquez-Calvo, Syddansk Universitet, University of Santiago de Compostela


Thursday, November 22

Time: 13.15-14 Place: OR:F314

GO International – utbyte för lärare och administrativ personal

Information om personalutbyte för lärare och administrativ personal på Malmö universitet som funderar på att åka till ett av våra många partneruniversitet via arrangerade Erasmusutbyten eller på jobbskuggning. International Office berättar om vilka nätverk och möjliga medel som finns tillgängliga att söka.

Med: Rebecca Arklöf, International Office, Malmö universitet.


Thursday, November 22


Time: 13.15-15 Place: OR:A131
Workshop: Movement – Play STEM code concept

Workshop with developing and gamification in using touch-sensors and radar-sensors in a LEGO Mind Storm. “We will twist your mind”  in this practical “Lego Mind Storm session. Design for movement, design with movement and design of movement – how our societal mindset shapes our daily living.

With: Lars Elbæk, Rune Skovrup, Saifuddin Khalid and René Engelhardt Hansen Odense Universitet, Danmark


Thursday, November 22

Time: 14.15-16 Place: F314

Workshop: Approaching  history through diverse perspectives: Canadian First Nation cultural knowledge and holistic approach to history to help students gain a deeper epistemological understanding of the discipline

In this workshop, participants will gain, through activities, a better understanding of Canadian First Nations cultural knowledge and holistic approach to history. They will then apply this new knowledge in the building of pedagogical activities aimed at helping students gain a better understanding of history as a discipline.

With: Catherine Duquette, University of Quebec in Chicoutimi


Thursday, November 22

 

Time:15-18 Place: Biograf Spegeln i Malmö

För dig som vill fördjupa din kunskap om globala målen: Malmö Glocal Film Festival 22 november

Glocal film festival

Glocal Film Festival är ett externt evenemang anordnat av Den globala skolan, där du som är eller studerar till lärare är välkommen att till en gratis filmvisning och samtal om mål 16 i FN:s mål för hållbar utveckling. Evenemanget äger rum mellan 15-18 på Spegeln i Malmö. Läs mer här.

 

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