Conferences

ICEM 2018 conference agenda (draft version)

 

Tuesday, Sept 4

Arrival of participants

18:00 Dinner meeting of conference organising committee and ICEM executive board

 

Wednesday, Sept 5

 

Time

Strand A

Strand B

Strand C

8:00-16:00

Registration (lobby of the Astra building, Narva mnt. 29)

9:00

School visits:

- School 21

- Pelgulinna Gymnasium

Workshop B1

Workshop B2

 

Workshop C1

Workshop C2

12:00

Lunch at Tallinn University (lobby of the Astra building)

 

13:00

School visits:

- G.Adolf Gymnasium

- School 21

Workshop B3

Workshop C3

ICEM general meeting

 

16:00

Conference opening (room A-222, Hall Europe):

- Introduction by chairs: M.Laanpere, O.Benavides (5 min)

- Words of welcome: ICEM president Hannah Gerber (10 min)

- Words of welcome: vice-rector for research Katrin Niglas (10 min)

- Keynote speech: Digital Turn in Estonian Education Strategy, Mrs. Heli Aru-Chabilan, CEO of HITSA Foundation (45 min)

- Living Labs for Educational Innovation in Estonia: prof. Tobias Ley, Tallinn University (30 min)

- Q&A (moderated by Mart Laanpere, 20 min)

 

18:00

Rector's reception at Tallinn University, Mare atrium (live music, wine & snacks)

 

 

Thursday, Sept 6

Time

Strand A

Strand B

Strand C: research

9:00

Introduction by session moderator Otto Benavides

- Keynote speech: SELFIE tool for self-assessment of schools' digital capability in Europe, Panagiotis Kampylis, JRC Seville (45 min)

- Innovation Maturity of Estonian Schools According to Digital Mirror: Mart Laanpere, Tallinn University (30 min)

- Q&A (moderated by Otto Benavides)

10:30

Coffee break in the lobby of Astra building

11:00

Parallel session 1

Parallel session 2

Parallel session R1

12:30

Lunch in the lobby of the Astra building

 

14:00

Parallel session 3

Parallel session 4

Parallel session R2

15:30

Coffee break in the lobby of Astra building

16:00

Parallel session 5

Parallel session 6

Parallel session R3

18:40

Bus transfer from TLU Mare entrance to conference dinner

19:00

Conference dinner at the restaurant Leib Resto & Aed

 

Friday, Sept 7

Time

Strand A

Strand B

Strand C: Research

8:00-16:00

Registration (lobby of the Astra building, Narva mnt. 29)

9:00

Introduction by session moderator Hannah Gerber

- Keynote speech: UNESCO's initiatives in literacy and skills development, Mark West, UNESCO (45 min)

- Microlearning with Media in Higher Education and the Workplace, Dr. Trey Martindale, Mississipi State University (30 min)

- Q&A (moderated by Hannah Gerber)

10:30

Coffee break in the lobby of Astra building

11:00

Parallel session 7

Parallel session 8

Parallel session R4

12:30

Lunch in the lobby of the Astra building

 

14:00

Parallel session 9

Parallel session 10

Parallel session R5

15:30

Coffee break in the lobby of Astra building

16:00

Parallel session 11

Parallel session 12

Parallel session R6

17:30

Closing session:

Conference summary by chairs: Mart Laanpere, Otto Benavides

Future vision of ICEM: Hannah Gerber

Invitation to the next ICEM conference in Memphis: Trey Martindale

18:00

End of the conference (no joint dinner organised)

 

Saturday, Sept 8

Time

Strand A

Strand B

Strand C

10:00

Workshops in Estonian

Guided walking tours in Tallinn

Full-day bus tour to Lahemaa National Park

13:00

Workshops in Estonian

Mobile adventure game in the Old Town

 

 

Workshops

·      B1 Birgy Lorenz: Digital Safety & Cyber Security Education as Part of Digital Literacy

·      B2 Marina Kurvits: Designing Innovative Pedagogical Scenarios with LePlanner

·      B3 Janika Leoste: Educational robotics in basic education mathematics learning

·      C1 Jack Koumi: Powerful Teaching/Learning Roles for Video

·      C2 Jack Koumi: Pedagogic Design Principles for Video

·      C3 Industry roundtable: Digital turn in educational publishing

 

Parallel sessions 1-12: Sharing good practice

 

Session 1: VIDEO- AND GAME-BASED LEARNING

·      Yun Joon, Jason Lee. Changes in digital generation information process: The video game effect

·      Didem Koban Koç and Serdar Engin Koç. On the Role of Media Input in the Learning of Formulaic Sequences by EFL Learners

·      Peter Leong, Shane Asselstine and Ariana Eichelberger. Digital building blocks for learning: Motivating and Engaging Students through Minecraft Game-Based Learning

 

Session 2: DIGITAL TURN IN HIGHER EDUCATION

·      Ariana Eichelberger and Peter Leong. If you build it will they learn? Reflections on a new competency-based education platform and course at the University of Hawaii

·      Robert Doyle. Designing Learning Spaces for University Campuses

·      Seungoh Paek and Daniel Hoffman. A Web-based a Simulation of Political and Economic Development: Expanding Student Perspectives in a Global Society

·      Al Francis Librero. Student Co-Creation of Open Education Resources in a Philippine Online University

 

Session 3: OPEN & DISTANCE LEARNING

·      Khondoker Mokaddem Hossain. Digital Innovation and Changes in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Education in Bangladesh: The Case of Bangladesh Open University

·      Cengiz Hakan Aydin and Buket Kip-Kayabas. Motives for Attending MOOCs in Turkey

·      Charalambos Vrasidas. Costs and Effectiveness of Digital Learning and MOOCs: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations

·      Marco Cerrone, Natascia Palmina D'Amico, Giuseppe De Salvin, Ilaria Merciai and Sofia Thomaidou. Facemooc – social communication strategies in digital learning ecosystems

 

Session 4: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN EDUCATION

·      Irina Dvoretskaya. How digital technologies transform Russian schools: teaching and learning in network society.

·      Merike Saar, Luis P. Prieto and María Jesús Rodríguez-Triana. Teaching Analytics: Investigating Methods and Tools for Teacher Data Gathering, Analysis and Sensemaking.

·      Arianna Sala, Panagiotis Kampylis and Ralph Hippe. Supporting schools to go digital through the SELFIE tool - insights from school leaders, teachers and students

·      Sabrina Panesi, Stefania Bocconi and Panagiotis Kampylis. Fostering Digital Capabilities of Schools: Piloting of SELFIE in the Italian Educational Context

 

Session 5: DIGITAL LEARNING RESOURCES

·      Kairit Tammets and Mart Laanpere. Practices of using digital learning resources - results from a large-scale national study

·      Yiyang Zhao and Dongming Qian. Digital Textbook Processing Consistency Detection Tool Development Based on Digital Textbook Standards

·      Chris Lytridis, Avgoustos Tsinakos and Ioannis Kazanidis. Enhancing educational books with augmented reality using the ARTutor platform

·      Gerhard Lock and Olga Getman. New digital learning material for Estonian High School music curriculum. A first feedback-feedforward survey report

 

Session 6: PEDAGOGICAL CHANGE AND TEACHER EDUCATION

·      Andreea Gatman. Benchmarking Best Practices in Finland and Estonia as change knowledge

·      Torben Mau. Digital Education in Teacher Training at the University of Göttingen

·      Trang Phan. Pain and gain: utilizing design thinking approach towards in a technology integration course for pre-service teachers at Fresno State

·      Piret Oppi, Kati Aus and Grete Arro. The impact of teachers’ awareness program of basic psychological needs on students’ perceived basic psychological needs

·      Vuorikari, R., Kampylis, P. Emerging, innovative practices of teacher professional development addressing the changing needs

 

Session 7: MOTIVATIONAL AND AFFECTIVE ASPECTS OF DIGITAL LEARNING

·      Meng Fen Grace Lin. Effective and Affective domain of online support: An Experience Sampling Method Approach

·      Nicole Wang, Rebecca Heiser and Andrea Gregg. Using social affective visualization to enhance learning performance: Integrating learning analytics with learning design

·      Szu-Yueh Chien. Using Technology Tools to Increase Student Engagement in Online Courses

 

Session 8: INNOVATIVE DESIGNS FOR LEARNING

·      Marina Kurvits. Emergent design perspective to visualising innovative learning scenarios

·      Daria Kilińska, Frederik Victor Kobbelgaard and Thomas Ryberg. Participatory design for gaining insights into students’ perspective on features supporting collaborative writing

·      Eva Dobozy, Sonia Dickinson and Aneeshta Gunness. Live Case Learning Design Research

 

Session 9: CODING AND DIGITAL LITERACY

·      Luc Gougeon and Yuka Kazahaya. Computational Literacy and Media in the Japanese Classroom

·      James Quaicoe, Mart Laanpere, Kai Pata and Nataša Hoić-Božić. Games for Learning Algorithmic Thinking (GLAT): The influence of personal and environmental factors on perceived usefulness and usage of the learning scenario design tool LePlanner

·      Luo Anni. Investigation and Analysis on the Present Situation of Primary and Middle School Students' Information Literacy: A Case Study of 25 Primary and Secondary Schools in China

 

Session 10: DIGITAL EDUCATION IN CHANGING SOCIETY

·      Irina Maslo and Milena Kampusa. Smart pedagogy for smart learning in digital age

·      Ray Gallon. Living in Volatile Contexts

·      Charalambos Vrasidas and Efi Nisiforou. Digital Citizenship and key challenges: Case studies from EU projects

 

Session 11: DIGITAL INCLUSION

·      Axelle Asmar, Ilse Marien and Monique Korenhof. e-Inclusion in secondary education: A customized approach framed within 8 media profiles

·      Kairit Tammets and Linda Helene Sillat. Special education and digital turn - already got acquainted?

 

Session 12: NARRATIVE AND SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING

·      Rik Bair and Beth Bair. Leveraging narrative technique and student generated media to promote critical thinking and student agency for online learners

·      Patrick De Walt and Nan Barker. Pedagogical Intersectionality: Exploring Content, Technology, and Student-Centered Learning Through A Problem Based/Project Based Approach

·      Popi Anastasiou. SEeDS (Sequencing of Events enabling Digital Storytelling) in science learning: a tale about the States of Matter

 

Parallel sessions R1-R5: Research track

 

Session R1: DATA ANALYTICS IN LEARNING RESEARCH

·      Daria Kilińska, Frederik Victor Kobbelgaard and Thomas Ryberg. Learning analytics features for improving collaborative writing practices: Insights into the students' perspective

·      Andres Udal, Vello Kukk, Martin Jaanus, Kadri Umbleja and Gunnar Piho. Student Behavior Changes in Estonia Revealed by e-Learning Technology

·      Panagiotis Kosmas, Andri Ioannou and Panayiotis Zaphiris. Implementing Embodied Learning in the Classroom: Effects on Children’s Memory and Language Skills

·      Craig Zimitat and Eva Dobozy. Quality Management Through Curriculum Analytics, Pedagogical and Course Innovation

 

Session R2: DIGITAL TURN AND EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION

·      Mervi Rajahonka. Cross-innovation - innovations in the intersection of the audiovisual and education sectors

·      Stella Polikarpus, Mikkel Bøhm and Timo Tobias Ley. Training Incident Commander’s Situational Awareness - A Discussion of How Simulation Software Facilitate Learning.

·      Sanja Jedrinović, Vesna Ferk Savec and Jože Rugelj. Innovative and flexible approaches to teaching and learning with ICT

·      Csaba Komlo. Indicators related to the educational application of ePortfolios

 

Session R3: CODING AND ROBOTICS IN SCHOOLS

·      Pia Niemelä, Tiina Partanen, Tero Toivanen, Tarmo Toikkanen, Vuokko Kangas and Markus Översti. Code ABC Hachathons: teachers as tinkerers

·      Janika Leoste and Mati Heidmets. The Impact of Educational Robotics on Mathematics Learning Outcomes in Basic Education

·      Maria José Loureiro, Cecília Guerra, Isabel Cabrita and Filipe Moreira. Tangible programming in STEM: towards the development of an in-service primary teacher education program

 

Session R4: DIGITAL INNOVATION AND TEACHERS

·      Piret Luik, Merle Taimalu and Helin Laane. Estonian in-service teachers’ and pre-service teachers’ assessments of content, pedagogy and technology knowledge, based on the TPACK framework

·      Evgeny Patarakin, Vasiliy Burov and Boris Yarmakhov. Computational Pedagogy: Thinking, Participation, Reflection

·      Sara Drožđek and Jože Rugelj. Creating multimedia learning materials for improved teacher training

 

Session R5: GAMIFICATION AND OUTDOOR LEARNING WITH DIGITAL TOOLS

·      Huiyu Zhang and Linda Fang. Project-based Learning for Statistical Literacy: A Gamification Approach

·      Jaakko Vuorio, Jussi Okkonen and Jarmo Viteli. User Expectations and Experiences in Using Location-Based Serious Game in Educational Context

·      Kadri Mettis and Terje Väljataga. Mapping the challenges of outdoor learning for both students and teachers

·      Linda Fang and Song-Chuan Chen. Enhancing the Learning of History through VR: The Thirteen Factories Icube Experience

 

Session R6: LEARNING IN MOOCS AND WITH SOCIAL MEDIA 

·      Abdullah Saykili and Evrim Genc Kumtepe. Educational Use of Facebook: A Comparison of Worldwide Examples and Turkish Context

·      Hengtao Tang. Temporal Dimensions of Learner Participation Patterns in Massive Open Online Courses

·      Tahani Aldosemani. Microlearning for Macro Outcomes: Students’ Perceptions of Telegram as a Microlearning Tool.