TUK 2019

Conferece on Higher education Pedagogy

Tuesday 19'th of March 2019, 9:15-16:00, Humanities Theater

Humanistiska teatern
Humanities theater in Uppsala

Similar to previous years, the Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy organized by the Faculty of Science and Technology, TUK 2019, gives the opportunity to meetings, discussions and presentations of the pedagogical development and educational projects that take place at our faculty. The conference is centered around presentations and discussions with our colleages around various pedagogical projects, including your own if you wish to present your ideas. This provides an excellent forum for pitching new projects and ideas, or make contacts with future partners about educationally relevant issues. 

Detailed program: Page 1, Page 2  Posters

Keynote: Åsa Nilsonne
Title: Pedagogy and emotions - time for a closer cooperation!
Abstract: A lot of pedagogical research has focused on how we take on knowledge and skills, how the learning process develops, and that knowledge is important. I want to highlight a complementary perspective: that learning takes place in a person who almost always feels something - one who is happy, curious, afraid, sad, worried, tired or maybe feels abandoned. For example, it is much easier to take on new knowledge when you are curious than when you are afraid, it is easier to motivate yourself to read if you are filled with confidence than if you have doubts about your own abilities.
I will talk about what we can do to get happier, and thus more receptive students. The keynote presentation will be in Swedish.

Åsa Nilsonne
Åsa Nilsonne

Åsa has a doctorate in medicine and taught at all levels in medical education. Furthermore, she has specialist competence in general psychiatry and is a licensed psychotherapist with cognitive specialisation. She has received accolades for her supervision of medical doctor candidates, received the Karolinska Institute educational prize and has been on board of education at the Karolinska Institute. She has participated at many conferences, workshops and working groups that have focused on how to best build professional skills. She is professor in medical psychology at the Karolinska Institute since 2006.

More about Åsa can be found here http://www.nilsonne.se/

Time and place
The conferece offers a mix of parallel sessions and plenum activities, and will take place at the Humanities theater in the English park (http://bit.ly/2ADQqMk) and several rooms around it, on Tuesday 19'th of March, between 9 - 16. TUR is organising a light lunch and coffee/tea for all registered participants. The detailed program of the day will be sent to all people before the start of the conference, and it will also be made available on the web.  

You are welcome to participate with or without a contribution. All contributions will be presented as a poster, and some of them will be selected as oral presentation in one of the parallel sessions. You can craft your own conference program by choosing which sessions or posters would like to visit. Furthermore, you can also help by spreading the information about this conference in your own department with the help of this poster

The deadline registration of abstracts and posters is  7'th of March. The last day for registration as a participant is 13'th of March. Register your participation and/or abstract here http://doit.medfarm.uu.se/kurt13211

If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Katarina Andreasen or Björn Victor.

The conference is organised by the Council for Educational Development at the Faculty for Science and Tehcnology TUR.

Earlier TUK ConferenceS

TUK 2018: Kevin Anderson on Teaching climate change
TUK 2017: Arnold Pears on Subject education research
TUK 2016: Lars Ulriksen on Students' transition and integration
TUK 2015: Cynthia Finelli on Promoting institutional change

TUK 2019 - Poster Session

  1. Utveckling av ingenjörskursen Roterande Elektriska Maskiner,  Hans Bernhoff och Jennifer Leijon
  2. Kontinuerlig Examination på grundkurser, Ken Mattsson
  3. Improving Student Pass Rates with PASS, Alexandra Coutinho and Katarina Andreasen
  5. Achievement-based examination revisited, Lars-Henrik Eriksson
  6. PhD students want to teach – but not at any cost, TNDR
  7. Inkludera etik i Machine Learning, Andreas Lindholm
  8. Från studenter för studenter - En labb för undersökningar av värmestrålning, My Löfberg, Sofie Thorell, Matthias Weiszflog
  9. Adding salt to ice: Exploring students' cognitive resources, Christopher Robin Samuelsson, Jesper Haglund, Maja Elmgren 
  10. Ett pedagogiskt experiment – Jämlikhet och intellektuell frigörelse som utgångspunkt för lärandet, Malin B. Johansson och Nessima Salhi
  11. Målfokuserat digitalt repetitionsmaterial med aktiv studentåterkoppling, Örjan Stenflo och Tilo Wiklund
  12. Virtual Reality in the Astronomy Classroom, Erik Zackrisson
  13. Coopetition in higher education - An example from biology, Margareta Krabbe
  14. Educating for Sustainability: A cross-continent, collaborative, interdisciplinary, case-based course, Thomas T. Lennerfors, Jonathan R. Woodward, Isabelle J. Giraudou and Per Fors
  15. A Walking Seminar for studying environmental ethics, Thomas Lennerfors
  16. Att undervisa förberedda studenter, Lisa Freyhult
  17. Using LMS Studium in tutorial classes, Tomas Kubart, Uwe Zimmermann
  18. Science comics: From sub-genre to academic revolution, Ernesto Gutierrez
  19. Utveckling av examination i partnerskap mellan lärare och studenter, Susanna Olsson, Victor Hellgren, Lina Fransén, Magnus Mortensen, Nathalie Proos Vedin, Antonia Kotronia, Maja Elmgren och Marcus Lundberg
  20. Konkretiserande och aktiverande lektioner i elektromagnetism, Elin Bergeås Kuutmann, Max Isacson, Petra Jönsson
  21. Lego Serious Play i undervisningen, Petra Pertoft, Jolanda van Rooijen
  22. Flipping the Physics Classroom - a working group,  Ali Al-Adili, Erik Andersson Sundén, Agnese Bissi, Li Caldeira Balkeståhl, Marco Chiodaroli, Rikard Enberg, Lisa Freyhult, Virginia Grande, Sophie Grape, Cecilia Gustavsson, Katerina Günter, Tomas Kubart, Magdalena Larfors, Arne Sahlberg, Karin Schönning, Andreas Solders, Diego Tarrío, and Erik Zackrisson
  23. Active Student Participation for Interdisciplinary Education, Sanna Mels, Maria Klemm, Karl Nilsson