Programme


Download PROGRAMME + accepted posters (.pdf) – updated March 31, 2017


Posters

Poster boards will be displayed during the whole conference March 30-31. For presenting the posters there will two time slot both days of the Conference. The times of the poster presentations will be announced later.

List of the accepted posters

 

Thursday March 30, 2017

10:00–11:00
Poster materials to be pinned

10:30–11:30
Meeting of the delegations of the participating Academies

11:00–13:00
Registration and Lunch (included)

13:00–13:10
Opening Words and Introduction to the Conference Themes – Professor Kirsi Tirri, President of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters | Short introduction

Theme 1 | Research in Teacher Education

13:10–13:40
Keynote:
Prof. (HP) Dr Vincentas Lamanauskas,Siauliai University, Faculty of Education Science and Social Welfare, Lithuania | Short introduction

Reviews to the theme:
13:40–13:55 Professor emer. Pertti Kansanen, University of Helsinki, Finland
13:55–14:10 Professor, Rector Dace Markus, Liepaja University, Latvia
14:10–14:25 Professor Pernilla Nilsson, Halmstad University, Sweden

14:25–15:10
Coffee (included)

15:10–16:10
Poster presentations

16:10–17:30
Open discussion on the theme of “Research in Teacher Education”

17:30–18:30
The Participants are welcome to visit the office of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters. Followed by the City Reception (a five-minute walk).

18:30–19:30
Helsinki City Reception, address: Vanha Raatihuone, Aleksanterinkatu 20  (reception included but pre-registration required)

 

Friday March 31, 2017

9:00–9:05
Opening of the day:
Professor Kirsi Tirri | Short introduction

Theme 2 | Innovative Practices in Teacher Education

9:05–9:35
Keynote:
Professor of Education Policy and Management Eve Eisenschmidt, Tallinn University School of Educational Sciences, Estonia | Short introduction

Reviews to the theme:
9:35–9:50 Assoc. Prof. Dr Alvyra Galkienė, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Lithuania
9:50–10:05 Professor emer. Pertti Kansanen, University of Helsinki, Finland
10:05–10:20 Professor Pernilla Nilsson, Halmstad University, Sweden

10:20–10:40
Poster presentations

10:40–11:05
Coffee (included)

11:05–12:00
Open discussion on the theme of “Innovative Practices in Teacher Education”

12:00–13:15
Lunch (included)

Theme 3 | Policy Issues in Teacher Education

13:15–13:45
Keynote:
Professor Jari Lavonen, Head, Dept. of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki, Finland | Short introduction

Reviews to the theme:
13:45–14:00 Professor Ina Druviete, University of Latvia, Latvia
14:00–14:15 Professor Jan-Eric Gustafsson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
14:15–14:30 Professor Eve Eisenschmidt, Tallinn University, Estonia
14:30–14:45 Professor emer. Pertti Kansanen, University of Helsinki, Finland
14:45–15:00 Assoc. Prof. Dr Emilija Sakadolskienė, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Lithuania

15:00–15:30 Coffee (included)

15:30–16:50 Open discussion on the theme of “Policy Issues in Teacher Education”

16:50–17:15
Summary and outcomes of the conference “The Future of Teacher Education in the Baltic Region”
Closing Address, Professor Kirsi Tirri | Short introduction

19:30–22:00
Conference Dinner (pre-registration required)

 

Accepted posters

Lenita Hietanen, Jukka Enbuska, Vesa Tuisku, Atte Rimppi, University of Lapland; Heikki Ruismäki, Inkeri Ruokonen, University of Helsinki
Discovering blended learning possibilities to develop music education in primary school teacher education through action research

Tomi Jaakkola, University of Turku
Ark of Inquiry: Inquiry Awards for Youth over Europe

Outi Kyrö-Ämmälä, Minna Körkkö and Tuija Turunen, University of Lapland
How does a student teacher become a reflective practitioner?

Sotiria Pappa, Josephine Moate, Maria Ruohotie-Lyhty and Anneli Eteläpelto, University of Jyväskylä
Teachers’ pedagogical and relational identity negotiation in the Finnish CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) context

Anu Sepp, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre; Inkeri Ruokonen, University of Helsinki; Kristi Kiilu, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre; Heikki Ruismäki, University of Helsinki
Estonian and Finnish Music Teachers’ Pedagogical Thinking

Elizabeth Petroelje Stolle, Lund University and Grand Valley State University
Self-Study: Growing the Individual and the Field

Koen Veermans, University of Turku
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