Joint session ISL

  • Title and author
    Paper
    Room

    Breaking Catch-22 of engineering education for sustainable development: an example of parallel learning of teachers and students
    Johanna Lönngren, (Engineering Education Research, Department of Applied IT, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden) D Jacobsson, E Marsell, Elisabeth Nilsson, (Department of Physics, Lund University, Lund, Sweden)

    Research seminar E:1406

    Supporting students' reflection in HE

    ISL session 2
    Lone Krough Kjaer-Rasmussen, (Department of Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark), Annie Aarup Jensen, (Department of Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark)

    Research paper E:1407

    Internationalization - for whom and why? A discourse analysis of the concept of internationalization in national policy documents

    ISL session 3
    Susanne Jämsvi, (CLU, University of Borås, Borås, Sweden)

    Research seminar E:1408

    Scaffolding pedagogic excellence in higher education

    ISL session 4
    Maja Elmgren, Arnold Pears, Stefan Palsson, S Andersson, A Berglund, I Frost, T Dahlstrom, F Harlin, L Forsell, B Gembert (Council for Educational Development at the Faculty of Science and Technology, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden)

    Research seminar E:1409

    From student to lecturer: 20 years of research on assessment as a timeline 

    ISL session 5

    Lin Norton, Bill Norton (Faculty of Education, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, UK)

    Research paper E:1426

    Assessing student learning outcomes across science and mathematics curriculum 

    ISL session 6
    Marcia Mentkowski, (Educational Research and Evaluation), J Abromeit, (Academic Affairs/Sociology), H Mernitz, (Physical Sciences), K Talley, (Assessment Center), C Knuteson, (Nursing), W Rickards, (Educational Research and Evaluation), I Kailhofer, (Mathematics), J Haberman, (Assessment Center), S Mente, (Instructional Services), Alverno College Milwaukee, USA

    Research seminar E:1144

    Developing targeted interventions using concept inventories
    Gülnur Birol, (Science Centre For Learning and Teaching), Greg Bole, Pam Kalas, (Department of Zoology), Kathy Nomme, (Department of Zoology and Department of Botany), Angie O'Neill, Carol Pollock, (Department of Zoology) University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Research seminar E:1145
    Using teaching and learning projects as a way to integrate SoTL into an institutional culture
    Maria Larsson, Katarina Mårtensson, (Centre for Educational Development, Lund University, Lund, Sweden)
    Research seminar E:1147

    Improving teaching with research: the role for theory-driven evaluation
    Lesley Jolly, Caroline Crosthwaite, Lydia Kavanagh, (Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and IT, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia), Lyn Brodie, (Faculty of Engineering and Surveying, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia), Laurie Bus, (Faculty of Creative Industries, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia), J Kaya Prpic, (Engineering Learning Unit, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia)

    Research paper SC Pepparholm
    Becoming a student and unbecoming a student again: the role of the ethical imagination in the development of student agency
    Charles Neame, (Directorate, The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland)
    Conceptual paper SC Brunnen