Schedule & Plenaries
The ROSEDA Conference will be held from February 23 to February 25. It will include three plenary sessions, four paper sessions, a workshop session, as well as poster session. Also, a social event, and a conference dinner are included in the schedule.
Please find the schedule below.
- 12:00-13:30: Registration & Welcome Coffee
- 13:30-14:00: Opening
- 14:00-15:00: Plenary by Sencer Corlu (Norway) (Topic 1)
- 15:00-15:30: Coffee Break
- 15:30-17:15: Paper Session I
- from 17:15: Social Event
Please find here the information for paper presentations, posters and workshops.
Each paper has a 30-minute slot. This is divided into 20 minutes to present and 10 minutes to discuss. Between two presentations there is a 5 minute slot for a change of presenter.
The paper presentations takes place in two parallel sessions. Each session is chaired by a moderator. The detailed session schedule is available after the end of registration.
Please find here the abstracts of the three plenary sessions.
Co-Teaching Practices in Online STEM Professional Development Programs
STEM: Integrated Teaching Project has served thousands of teachers over the past seven years. Recently, the project team introduced a new online professional development opportunity in which teacher educators teamed up with experienced teachers to develop and implement four different programs:
Team Science: Teaching sustainability in science at the early childhood level,
Team Mathematics: Data science and modeling with data loggers,
Team Engineering: Engineering design-based thematic STEM activities,
Team Technology: From algorithmic thinking to computational thinking.
The teacher educators were the researchers and wondered how their partners’ perceptions of their roles in co-teaching be described. In this multiple holistic case study, data included the interviews conducted with the teachers in each co-teaching team. Each teacher evaluated their roles with varying significance attached to six themes: attributed roles, collaborator, learner, embodiment, designer, and enrichment. In this talk, I will discuss this inquiry’s main findings before reflecting on my experiences in team technology.
Plenary on topic 1: ideas and experiences for the design, conduct, and assessment of online courses