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Spring Conference of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe

Riga, 12th - 13th May, 2017.

ATEE Spring Conference in Riga 12-13th May 2017

ATEE Spring Conference 2017 - INNOVATIONS, TECHNOLOGIES AND RESEARCH IN EDUCATION

12 – 13th of May 2017

IMPORTANT INFORMATION/DEADLINES

30th March 2017 submission of abstracts
10th April 2017 notification of acceptance/rejection decision by email
up to April 15, 2017 early registration
after April 15, 2017 late registration

The proposals should be sent by e-mail to
Asoc.prof. Dr.Linda Daniela - email address: linda.daniela.lu@gmail.com

SCHEDULE


Friday 12th May, 2017

THE VENUE OF THE CONFERENCE

University main building, Raina boulevard 19, Small hall

8.30 - 12.00
Registration

9.00 - 11.00
RoboESL Project exhibition and workshop on educational robotics

11.00 - 11.20
Welcome greetings (assoc.prof. Linda Daniela, prof. Ina Druviete, prof. Malgozata Rascevska, prezident of ATEE Åsa Morberg, Project leader Giovanni Massida)

11.20 – 12.00
Prof. Dr. ANDRIS Grinfelds, University of Latvia, Latvia „ICT and student achievement. What OECD PISA tells us”

12.00 – 12.40
Prof. GABRIEL Philippe, Université d'Avignon et des Pays du Vaucluse, France „Challenges for teachers in digital era”

12.40 – 13.10
Dr.DIMITRIS Alimisis, EDUMOTIVA, Greece “Teacher Education in Educational Robotics: the ROBOESL Project discourse”

13.10 - 13.20
President of ATEE Åsa Morberg „The aims and mission of ATEE”

13.20 – 14.00
COFFEE BREAK

14.00 – 17.00
Project RoboESL conference
Translation will be provided
University main building, Raina boulevard 19 Small hall
ATEE CONFERENCE(first day)
Kalpaka boulevard 4
Room 215
14.00 – 14.20
M.Moro, F. Agatolio and E. Menegatti
“The development of robotic enhanced curricula for the RoboESL project: overall evaluation and expected outcomes”
UNIVERSITY PADOVA
14.00 – 14.20
Welcome to first time ATEE conference participants (newcomers meeting)
14.20 – 14.40
M. Lattarulo, G.Massida and E. Sozzi
"RoboESL in our school community: follow-up and sustainability"
LICEO FERMI
14.40 – 15.00
L.Krilova
“Robotics in a modern school - a necessity and a challenge”
VALMIERAS 5.VIDUSSKOLA
14.20 - 17.00
ATEE General Assembly
15.00 – 15.20
L.Daniela and R.Strods
“Robot as an agent in reducing risks of early school leaving”
University of Latvia
15.20 – 15.40
G. Fragakis
"From being past RoboESL students to becoming Robotics-teacher assistants"
23RD ATHENS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
15.40 – 16.10 COFFEE BREAK
16.10 – 16.30
T. Karampinis
“Activities and experiences through RobES project opportunities”
56TH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL OF ATHENS
16.30 – 16.50
P. Karkazis, P. Balourdos, G.Pitsiakos, K.Asimakopoulos, I.Saranteas, T. Spiliou and D.Roussou
"To Water or Not to Water ΄΄ The Arduino approach for the irrigation of a field"
6 E.K. A' PEIRAIA
16.50 – 17.10
Emanuele Micheli, Fiorella Operto
“The advantageous results of informal and non formal education education to temper early leaving school behaviors”
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA

18.00 Welcome reception
University main building, Raina boulevard 19

Saturday 13th May, 2017

PLACE OF VENUE
Academic Center for Natural Sciences of the University of Latvia - Jelgavas street 1
The map of location
9.00 – 10.00 Registration
10.00 – 11.30 Kate Reynolds - Workshop on the use of social media room 223
11.30 – 13.30 Parallel sessions

1. EDUCATIONAL POLICY room 401


Chair: Catherine A. Simon
  1. Adriano A. R. Barbosa, Federal Institute, Brazil, Post-doctoral, Riga Technical University, Professional and technological education in Brazil: The expansion of the Federal Institute (3)
  2. Brikena Xhomaqi, LLLP - Lifelong Learning Platform, Evidence-based Policy Making by LLLP (6)
  3. László Horváth, Eötvös Loránd University, Institute of Education, Organizational learning and innovation in the Hungarian public education system (11)
  4. Linda Mihno, Agnese Kozlovska, University of Latvia, Role of the Principal of Financial Education Management (41)
  5. Līva Goba, University of Latvia, Transformational learning experiences at the core of teacher continuing professional development (48)
  6. Olga Pole University of Latvia Student’s civic education and competencies for the active engagement in the modern European democracy (39)

2. TEACHER EDUCATION room 405


Chair: Laurinda Leite
  1. Laurinda Leite & Luís Dourado, Universidade do Minho/University of Minho, Instituto de Educação/Institute of Education, Online science teacher education: the case of a master’s program (23)
  2. Peter Aubusson and Sandy Schuck, University of Technology Sydney, Using backcasting to get there from here in teacher education (8)
  3. Leah Shagrir, Enhancing the quality of teacher educators - patterns in professional development (15)
  4. Batya Amit Levinsky College of Education, Tel-Aviv, Israel, Analyzing Reflections- Detecting Min-Max Points in the Practice Function (47)

3. ONLINE LEARNING room 406


Chair: Elizabeth Oldham
  1. Kristīne Mackare, Liepaja University, Recommendations for designing e-study materials (19)
  2. Xhevdet Thaqi, Basri Ahmedi, Ekrem Alimi, Ragmi Mustafa, Artan Dermaku and Nysret Demaku, University "Kadri Zeka" Gjilan, The evaluation of an experience of the development of massive open online courses (22)
  3. Elizabeth Oldham, Pamela Cowan, Richard Millwood, Glenn Strong, Nina Bresnihan, Mags Amond, and Lisa Hegarty, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Ireland, Developing confident computational thinking through teacher twinning online (40)
  4. AAMMOU Souhaib, JDIDOU Youssef, EL BAKKARI Kaoutar, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Ecole Normale Supérieure (MOROCCO), Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Faculty of Sciences (MOROCCO), University of Cadiz (SPAIN), Semantics evolution of e-learning system (44)
  5. HISSI Ouafaa, JDIDOU Youssef, AAMMOU Souhaib, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Ecole Normale Supérieure (MOROCCO) Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Faculty of Sciences (MOROCCO) Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Ecole Normale Supérieure (MOROCCO) Learner Modeling for Micro Learning in MOOC (45)
  6. EL BAKKARI Kaoutar, AAMMOU Souhaib, JDIDOU Youssef, University of Cadiz (SPAIN) Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Ecole Normale Supérieure (MOROCCO) Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Faculty of Sciences (MOROCCO) A Connectivist Approach to design MOOC activities (46)
  7. Odette Gabaudan, Susanna Nocchi Laura Mcloughlin School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences, Dublin Institute of Technology, Digital literacies for language learning and teaching: from a conceptual framework to the design and development of an online portal (25)

4. EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH room 408


Chair: Marta Kowalczuk-Walędziak
  1. Ana Cláudia Bortolozzi Maia, Teresa Vilaça, Faculty of Science, São Paulo State University, Brazil, Institute of Education and Research Centre on Child Studies, University of Minho, Portugal, A proposal for an in-service teacher training course on sexuality and disability based on review and meta-analysis of intervention studies (29)
  2. Teresa Vilaça, Elizane de Andrade, Sonia Maria Martins de Melo, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, University of Estado de Santa Catarina, Florianópois, Brazil, How do teachers use soap opera as a political and educational device after an in-service teacher-training course in sexuality education? (30)
  3. Marta Kowalczuk-Walędziak, Otilia Clipa Linda Daniela, University of Bialystok, University of Suceava, University of Latvia, Do Teachers Really Need a Master’s Degree? Student Teachers’ Perspectives (27)
  4. Sanita Baranova, University of Latvia, Professional development experience of the university faculty in the Scientific Papers of University of Latvia (56)
  5. Medne Dace, Jansone Ratinika Nora, Dinka Ilze, Narratives of Consumerism in Parenting: Perspective of Magazine "My Baby" (52)
  6. Darja Grehova, University of Latvia, Folklore as a source of folk pedagogy (51)

13.30 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 16.00 Parallel sessions

5. EDUCATIONAL ROBOTICS AND INNOVATIONS IN EDUCATION room 401


Chair: Zanda Rubene
  1. Olena Zhukova, Daugavpils University, Latvia Investigating novice EFL teachers’ beliefs about the use of ICT in English language classroom in Latvia (16)
  2. Zanda Rubene, University of Latvia, Digital Childhood: some reflections from the point of view of philosophy of education (17)
  3. Katarzyna Borawska-Kalbarczyk, University in Bialystok, Life in the stream of information – diagnosis and determinants of students' information literacy in the aspect of learning in digital culture (28)
  4. Birger Brevik, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, LEGO robot as teaching tools in vocational teacher education in Uganda: object two think with (18)
  5. Barış Elbir, University of Istanbul, Robotics Studies İntegration of Secondary Science Laboratory Practices as STEM (20)
  6. Milan D. Stojkovic, Evangelical Secondary School, Hochkirch, Germany, “I, Robot” – Asimov’s vision of robots and robotics between science, science teaching and science fiction (43)
  7. Sergey Bratarchuk, Riga Classical Gymnasium; Riga Technical University, Python programming language as a tool for integrating learning subjects in the implementation of the Robotics in Secondary Education

6. LEARNING AND TEACHING room 405


Chair: Miroslava Černochová
  1. Miroslava Černochová, Hana Voňková, Jiří Štípek, Jan Hrabák, Charles University, Faculty of Education, Digital Literacy: How do learners perceive and evaluate their digital skills? (50)
  2. Iveta Liepiņa, Laura Zavacka Riga 45th secondary school Empowering Inclusive Teachers for Today and Tomorrow, Co-teaching in theory and in practice (5)
  3. NEUS LORENO GALÉS, RAYMOND GALLON, Generalitat de Catalunya, Transformation society; University of Barcelona, Transformation society, Event Horizon: Helping students to learn what nobody knows yet (10)
  4. Nevrije Bislimi–Ismaili, Merxhan Avdyli, Bajram Kosumi, Nevrie Ismaili, University "Kadri Zeka" Gjilan, Innovation – regeneration in teaching and learning (21)
  5. Martins Veide, University of Latvia, The understanding of the learning sense by students and seniors nowadays (42)
  6. Ineta Helmane, RPIVA, Primary School Teachers’ View of Primary School Pupils in Latvia (53)

7. INCLUSIVE EDUCATION room 406


Chair: Kate Reynolds
  1. Katarzyna Szorc, University of Bialystok, The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in a Creative Activity of the Pedagogy Students (26)
  2. José Timóteo Júnior, André Luiz Santos de Souza, Vinícius Catão de Assis Souza, Silvane Guimarães Silva Gomes, Production of bilingual didactic videos for deaf engineering students: a case at Federal University of Viçosa (Brazil) (31)
  3. Inese Stars, University of Latvia, Doctoral study programme “Pedagogy”; Riga Stradiņš University, Department of Public Health and Epidemiology, Latvia, The philosophical underpinnings of school health education (33)
  4. Dita Nīmante, University of Latvia, The profile of the inclusive education teacher in Vaivari secondary school (57)
  5. Merja Kauppinen, Carita Kiili, Julie Coiro, Department of Teacher Education, University of Jyväskylä, Experiences in Digital Video Composition as Sources of Self-Efficacy towards Technology Use (4)

8. EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT room 408


Chair: Pat Black
  1. Jelena Stepanova, University of Latvia (Latvia), Management College (Latvia), Team-Based Learning in Management (9)
  2. Alicja Korzeniecka – Bondar, University in Bialystok, Benefits of Having Time Management Skills and the Factors that Facilitate Their Development as Perceived by Students from the Polish-Belarusian Borderland (34)
  3. Tołwińska Bożena, University in Bialystok, Benefits of Having Teamwork Skills and the Factors that Facilitate Their Development as Perceived by Students from the Polish-Belarusian Borderland (35)
  4. Hurşit Cem SALAR Pamukkale, University Faculty of Education, Turkey, Comparative usability evaluation of two open source LMSs from learners’ perspective (37)
  5. Anete Butkēviča, LU Sociālo un politisko pētījumu institūts, LU Starpnozaru izglītības inovāciju centrs, Goal management & teacher competence development in schools (38)
  6. Kamila Perederenko, Ineta Lūka, Turiba University, Education for creativity: tourism employers’ preferences (32)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS entrance hall


  1. Ilga Prudnikova1, Līga Danilāne1, Svetlana Ušča1, Irēna Žogla2, Rezekne Academy of Technologies, Rēzekne, Latvia1; University of Latvia, Latvia2, Adolescents’ Physical, Emotional and Social Balance: pedagogical assistance to social rehabilitation
  2. Ilze Vilka, University of Latvia, Game in pedagogical pilot activity for pre-school age children with phonetic – phonematic insufficiency
  3. Éamon Ó Cofaigh, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (French), National University of Ireland, Digilanguages - Language learning in a digital world
  4. Maija Kokare, Jānis Līmežs, Madara Skudra, Riga English Grammar School, Curriculum Design for Blended Learning

Social dinner (additional fee)