Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 11/Sep/2018
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Registration
Location: Uni Mail Hall
7:00pm
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8:00pm
Pre-conference welcome drink
Location: Kiosque des Bastions
Date: Wednesday, 12/Sep/2018
8:00am
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6:30pm
Registration
Location: Uni Mail Hall
9:00am
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9:30am
Opening ceremony
Location: MR080
9:30am
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10:30am
Keynote address
Location: MR080
Chair: Stephen Richard Billett
Claire Tourmen
Interacting: at the heart of learning
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Uni Mail Hall
11:00am
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12:30pm
A01 - Symposium: Apprentissage et développement professionnel dans le domaine de la santé
Location: MR160
Chair: Nathalie Muller Mirza
Chair: Michèle Grossen
 

Apprentissage et développement professionnel dans le domaine de la santé: une approche socioculturelle et interactionnelle

Chair(s): Nathalie Muller Mirza (University of Lausanne, Switzerland), Michèle Grossen (University of Lausanne)

Discussant(s): Vassiliki Markaki-Lothe (Université de Grenoble)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Obstacles au travail et développement professionnel : analyse discursive d’une réunion d’équipe

Michèle Grossen1, Jenny Ros2
1Université de Lausanne, 2Haute école de travail social et de la santé

 

Le récit dans les consultations entre professionnels de la santé et réfugiés en France. Une démarche interactionniste pour la formation

Anna Claudia Ticca, Patricia Lambert, Vanessa Piccoli
Université de Grenoble

 

Analyse de parcours professionnels contrastés d’infirmières étrangères en Suisse : les « Mesures de compensation » comme ressources ou obstacles dans le récit de femmes originaires du Kosovo

Jean-Luc Alber1, Nathalie Muller Mirza2
1HES-SO Valais, 2University of Lausanne

A02 - Round Table: Reflexivity and professional development
Location: MR170
Chair: Bev Fluckiger
 

A Systematic Review of Reviews about the Role of Reflective Practice in the Development of Competencies for Health Professionals

Nicolas Fernandez1, Marilou Bélisle2, Kathleen Lechasseur3, Brigitte Vachon1, Gabriel Dumouchel1

1: Université de Montréal, Canada; 2: Université de Sherbrooke, Canada; 3: Université Laval, Canada


Peer Mentoring as a Professional Development Tool for the Teachers of Bhutan

Tshewang Rinzin

Murdoch University, Australia


Introducing a preliminary rubric for analyzing student professionalization in professionalizing programs

Marilou Bélisle1, Patrick Lavoie2, Louise Boyer2, Lechasseur Kathleen3, Goudreau Johanne2

1: Université de Sherbrooke, Canada; 2: Université de Montréal, Canada; 3: Université Laval, Canada

A03 - Data session: Accounting for time and change
Location: M1130
Chair: Allison Littlejohn
Chair: Nick Hopwood
 

Older academics’ learning: participation in practice and biography

Gosia Iwaniec-Thompson, Chris Kubiak, Allison Littlejohn

Open University, United Kingdom


Implement a Lifelong Learning Approach to Enhance Learner’s Autonomy Skills within an Apprenticeship Programme in Higher Education

Sacha Kiffer1, Jérôme Eneau1, Geneviève Lameul1, Hugues Pentecouteau1, Emmanuel Desmontils3, Serge Garlatti2, Jean-Marie Gilliot2, Mouhamadou Niang2, Patricia Serrano-Alvarado3, Hala Skaf-Molli3

1: Univ Rennes, France; 2: IMT Atlantique, France; 3: Université de Nantes, France


The Development of the Willingness for Reflection and Problem Sensitivity of Future Teachers – A Longitudinal Study

Christine Knaub

Universität Paderborn, Germany

A04 - Paper Session Fr: Transformations identitaires et employabilité
Location: M1140
Chair: Sandrine Cortessis
 

Discours sur l'écriture comme révélateur de transformation identitaires - Cas de rédaction du mémoire de fin d'études en formation d'ingénieurs au Cnam.

Edwige Bombaron Sabbagh

Cnam Paris, France


La formation : un enjeu de maintien dans l’emploi des seniors dans un centre d’appel

Dominique Cau-Bareille1, Catherine Delgoulet2, Christine Vidal-Gomel3, Annie Jolivet4, Jeanne Thébault5, Carole Tuchszirer4, Leila Oumeddour4

1: Université Lyon2, France; 2: Université Paris Descartes; 3: Université de Nantes; 4: CEET / CNAM; 5: Université Lille3


Le travail bénévole des jeunes comme opportunité de développement professionnel et personnel

Sandrine Cortessis, Saskia Weber Guisan

IFFP, Suisse

A05 - Paper Session: Learning in informal contexts
Location: M1150
Chair: Béatrice Arend
 

CA research on Au-Pairs in homes as work settings. From real data analysis to professional application

Clelia König1, Lubie G. Alatriste2

1: University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany; 2: New York City College of Technology, City University of New York, USA


Professional development at the workplace: lessons from a didactic intervention within a farmers’ advisory organization in France

Sophie Duhamel1,2,3, Marianne Cerf1, Paul Olry3

1: UMR LISIS, CNRS, ESIEE Paris, INRA, UPEM, Université Paris-Est, 77454 Marne-La-Vallée, France; 2: Resolia, 75008-Paris France; 3: UR Développement professionnel et Formation, AgroSupDijon, Dijon, France


The valuable use of video based analysis to reflect on teaching practices: A conversation analysis informed view on classroom activities

Béatrice Arend, Patrick Sunnen

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

A06 - Paper Session: Career and professional development
Location: M1160
Chair: Katja Vähäsantanen
 

Competency-based identification of in-firm further educational innovators in small and medium-sized enterprises – a contribution to professionalism development in the area of in-company training

Käthe Prof. Dr. Schneider, Benjamin Möller

Friedrich-Schiller-UniversityJena, Germany


Occupational career patterns and career adaptability: An Optimal Matching Analysis

Michaël Raphaël Parmentier, Thomas Pirsoul, Frédéric Nils

Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium


Leaders’ professional learning – Are emotions significant?

Katja VŠähäŠsantanen, Susanna Paloniemi, Päivi Hökkä

JyvŠäskyläŠ University, Finland

A07 - Paper Session: Learning in higher education
Location: M1170
Chair: Isabel Raemdonck
 

A data-led approach to teacher development: Raising language awareness of university lecturers

Marion Heron, Doris Dippold

University of Surrey, United Kingdom


The PECAL Model: Bringing the Best Together for Dynamic Gains

Mazeegha Ahmed Al Tale'

King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia


Subjective transfer task value and cognitive engagement of adult students during portfolio development as predictors of perceived transfer of learning in the work context

Anne Jacot, Isabel Raemdonck, Mariane Frenay

Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium

A08 - Paper Session: The development of vocational education and training
Location: M2150
Chair: Alessia Eletta Coppi
 

Teachers’ approaches to supporting refugee and migrant students integrate learning in different sites

Sarojni Choy1, Gun-Britt Warvik2

1: Griffith University, Australia; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden


Vocational didactics in Brazil

Olivier Allain, Crislaine Gruber, Paulo Roberto Wollinger

Instituto Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil


Exploring visual languages across vocational professions : Implications for education and instructional design

Alessia Eletta Coppi1, Alberto Cattaneo2, Jean-Luc Gurtner3

1: Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (SFIVET), Switzerland; 2: Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (SFIVET), Switzerland; 3: University of Fribourg, Switzerland

A09 - Paper Session: Inovation and technology in higher education
Location: M2160
Chair: Peggy Lambriex-Schmitz
 

Work and everyday life: HE adults’ problem-solving skills in technology-rich environments based on PIAAC

Raija Hämäläinen1, Sebastiano Cincinnato2, Kari Nissinen1, Bram De Wever3

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; 3: Ghent University, Belgium


Professionalism of Technical Vocational Education and Training-Teachers for Industry 4.0 based on the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) approach

Nico Link, Walker Felix, Schäfer Pia

Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, Germany


When innovation in education works: Selecting and stimulating teachers in different stages of change

Peggy Lambriex-Schmitz1, Mien Segers2, Marcel Van der Klink1, Simon Beausaert2

1: Zuyd University, Netherlands, The; 2: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The

     
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Uni Mail Marx Cafeteria
2:00pm
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4:00pm
B01 - Symposium: Shadow Organizing: Interaction, Learning and Professional Development
Location: MR160
Chair: Silvia Gherardi
Invited symposium
 

Shadow Organizing: Interaction, Learning and Professional Development

Chair(s): Silvia Gherardi (University of Trento, Italy)

Discussant(s): Asa Makitalo (University of Gothenburg)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

When does the owl of Minerva spread its wings? Shadow organizing and modes of inquiry

Anders Buch
Aalborg University Copenhagen

 

Shadow organising in work for families with young children at risk

Nick Hopwood1, Karen Jensen2
1University of Technology Sydney, 2Oslo Universitet

 

The becoming of an object: Analyzing the development of a local curriculum in a teacher team

Eli Tronsmo, Monika Nerland
University of Oslo

 

Working within the shadow: what do we do with indeterminate data? And what they do to us?

Angelo Benozzo1, Silvia Gherardi2
1Universita' Della Val D'Aosta, 2Universita' di Trento

B02 - Symposium: Hybrid training spaces
Location: MR170
Chair: Laurent Veillard
 

Hybrid training spaces

Chair(s): Laurent Veillard (ICAR, University of Lyon, France)

Discussant(s): Ingrid De Saint-Georges (University of Luxembourg)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Students' use of writings in a vocational school workshop: an indicator of autonomy and hybrid learning processes

Laurent Veillard, Patricia Lambert
ICAR, University of Lyon, France

 

Analyzing hybrid learning situations through the notion of "interactional schisming"

Isabelle Durand, Marianne Zogmal
Interaction & Training, Geneva University

 

Twofold analytic framework of tutorials hybridity. An interdisciplinary study of midwife training.

Lucile Vadcard, Christian Depret, Vassiliki Markaki-Lothe
LaRAC, Grenoble-Alpes University

 

Learning conditions during a hybrid learning sequence in a French agricultural high school

Dominique Guidoni-Stoltz, Claire Masson
UP DPF, Agrosup Dijon

B03 - Paper session Fr: Formation et développement professionnel des enseignants
Location: M1130
Chair: Catherine Grivet Bonzon
 

Le rôle des interactions dans la trajectoire de développement professionnel de l’enseignant

Joëlle Morrissette, Annie Malo

Université de Montréal, Canada


Les différentes formations et développement professionnel des enseignants novices selon les pays

Eugénie Demoussa

Doctorante en Sciences de l'Education à Aix Marseille Université ED 356 Langage et cognition - ADEF EA 4671, France


Interactions entre enseignants, avec leurs élèves et avec le savoir : quelles conditions à une formation didactique (en histoire et géographie) des enseignants par un séminaire de recherche ?

Sylvain Doussot

Université de Nantes, France


La professionnalisation des enseignants en Master of Art in pedagogy. Analyses didactiques de gestes professionnels en développement

Isabelle Mili, Catherine Grivet Bonzon

Université de Genève, FPSE, Didactique des arts et du mouvement. Suisse

B04 - Paper session: Learning at work
Location: M1140
Chair: Christof Nägele
 

The co-occurrence of learning through work and innovations at work: Prospect for personal, workplace and cultural change

Stephen Richard Billett

Griffith University, Australia


Learning in uncertainty: Nature of uncertainties perceived by finance professionals

Vasudha Chaudhari1, Leonie Jacob2, Regina Mulder2, Allison Littlejohn1

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Regensburg, Germany


Effects of quality of workplace learning, social integration and work satisfaction on career paths to higher professional or higher academic education

Christof Nägele, Patsawee Rodcharoen, Markus P Neuenschwander

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

B05 - Paper session: Learning in teams
Location: M1150
Chair: Andreas Widmann
 

The cognitive turn in team leadership: an elicitation study on team leaders’ mental models

Mieke Koeslag-Kreunen1, Piet Van den Bossche2,3, Marcel Van der Klink1, Wim Gijselaers3

1: Zuyd University, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Antwerp; 3: Maastricht University


Engaged employee, engaged “team”? The influence of employees’ collaborative context and individual resources

Katrien Vangrieken, Filip Dochy, Eva Kyndt

KU Leuven, Belgium


Professional learning on assessment design through teacher collaboration

Ivy Lau, Susan Bridges, Dennis Fung

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)


Team Learning Behaviours as Predictors of Innovative Work Behaviour

Andreas Widmann1, Regina H. Mulder1, Christoph König2

1: Universität Regensburg, Germany; 2: Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

B06 - Paper session: Teachers learning and professional development
Location: M1160
Chair: Merel M. van der Wal
 

The intersection between knowledge and experience of classroom events: A theoretical model for teachers’ situational awareness and classroom management scripts

Charlotte Eliza Wolff1,2, Henny P.A. Boshuizen2, Halszka Jarodzka2

1: University of Iceland, Iceland; 2: Open University of the Netherlands


Understanding how educators at the workplace reach judgements when assessing students' professional performance

Marlies de Vos1,2, Liesbeth Baartman2, Cees van der Vleuten3, Elly de Bruijn1,2

1: Open University of The Netherlands; 2: University of Applied Sciences Utrecht; 3: Maastricht University


Emotions and arousal of higher education teachers in various teaching-related events

Susanna Hartikainen1, Laura Pylväs2, Petri Nokelainen1

1: Tampere University of Technology, Finland; 2: University of Tampere, Finland


Measuring professional agency in Finnish and Dutch contexts: a need for applying a double standard?

Merel M. van der Wal1, Katja Vähäsantanen2

1: Radboud Teachers Academy, Radboud University, Netherlands; 2: University of Jyväskylä, Finland

B07 - Paper session: The development of expertise and competences
Location: M1170
Chair: Grégory Munoz
 

Developing Digital Competences of Vocational School Teachers in Commerce

Sabine Seufert, Josef Guggemos, Eric Tarantini

University of St.Gallen, Switzerland


The Creation Processes of Professional Artists and Beginners

Linda Puppe1, Helen Jossberger1, Christiane Settele2, Birgit Eiglsperger2, Hans Gruber1,3

1: Department of Educational Science, University of Regensburg, Germany; 2: Department of Art Education, University of Regensburg, Germany; 3: Faculty of Education, University of Turku, Finland


How to compare professionnal competencies internationally : a methodological proposition.

Alexandre Labelle

University of Lille 3, France


The repetition of orchestra as double mediation

Olivier Villeret1, Grégory Munoz2

1: Université de Nantes, France; 2: Université de Nantes, France

B08 - Paper session: Integrating education and work in vocational training
Location: M2150
Chair: Céline Alcade
 

Connecting learning at school and vocational workplaces by using digital boundary objects: teachers’ experiences in Swedish upper secondary education

Nina Kilbrink, Ann-Britt Enochsson, Linda Söderlind, Annica Ådefors

Karlstad university, Sweden


Video-Annotation: Affordances for Education and Professional Development. A Systematic Review

Alessia Evi-Colombo1, Alberto Cattaneo1, Mireille Bétrancourt2

1: SFIVET, Switzerland; 2: Université de Genève, Switzerland


Integrating theory and practice – A reconstruction of interactions in professional learning situations

Eva Cendon, Anita Mörth

FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany


From the study of interactions in restaurants-schools to vocational training engineering in the field of catering and hospitality management

Céline Alcade

Laboratoire ICAR, Université Lyon 2, CNRS, ENS de Lyon / Laboratoire Dipralang Université Montpellier 3, France

B09 - Paper session: Learning through simulation
Location: M2160
Chair: Simon Flandin
 

Learning for dental practice in a pre-clinical laboratory: An exploration of simulation-based learning

Punyanit Rungnava1,2, Lina Markauskaite1, Peter Goodyear1

1: The University of Sydney, Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation (CRLI); 2: Faculty of Dentistry, Mahidol University, Thailand


How do perturbation training contribute to safety? The unexpected and the unthought as means to design perturbations in safety training

Simon Flandin, Germain Poizat

University of Geneva, Suisse

     
4:00pm
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4:30pm
Coffee break
Location: Uni Mail Hall
4:30pm
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6:00pm
C01 - Poster session: Addressing the challenges of work-based learning
Location: Uni Mail Hall - Poster Section A
Chair: Sarojni Choy
 

Difficulties in Diagnostic Performance: Does Systematic Viewing Help?

Helen Jossberger1, Lisa Hahn1, Anja Gulden1, Hans Gruber1, Christian Stroszczynski2, René Müller-Wille3

1: University of Regensburg, Germany; 2: University Hospital Regensburg, Germany; 3: University Hospital Göttingen, Germany


Informal faculty mentoring practices in higher education in Kazakhstan

Gulsaule Kairat, Orsolya Kereszty

Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary


Emotional agency in organisational change

Päivi Kristiina Hökkä, Heini Ikävalko, Susanna Paloniemi, Katja Vähäsantanen, Jarkko Rantanen

University of Jyväskylä, Finland


Work-based learning of HR professionals

Brigita Szőcsová, Orsolya Kereszty

Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

C02 - Poster session: Learning in apprenticeship across contexts
Location: Uni Mail Hall - Poster Section B
Chair: Stephen Richard Billett
 

Education at the boundary of school and work: a multiple case study of learning environments in Dutch secondary and higher vocational education

Erica Bouw1,2, Ilya Zitter1, Elly de Bruijn1,2

1: HU University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands; 2: Open University of the Netherlands


Pedagogic practices in vocational communities to support novices' workplace learning

L. {Lieke} Ceelen MSc1,2, Dr. A. {Anne} Khaled2, Prof. dr. A.F.M. {Loek} Nieuwenhuis1, Prof. dr. E. {Elly} de Bruijn1,2

1: Open University of the Netherlands; 2: University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, the Netherlands


Which competencies do apprentices need for Industry 4.0?

Michael Roll1, Dirk Ifenthaler1,2

1: University of Mannheim, Germany; 2: Curtin University, Australia


Educating agency for life long learning

Loek Nieuwenhuis1,2, Aimée Hoeve1, Chris Kroeze1, Leon Noij1, Mirelle Voskes1

1: HAN University of Applied Sciences & Open University, Netherlands, The; 2: Open University, the Netherlands


Student-run hospital wards: Institutionalised workplace-learning opportunities for nursing students

Michael Goller, Bianca Steffen

University of Paderborn, Germany

C03 - Poster session: Learning and development in organisations
Location: Uni Mail Hall - Poster Section C
Chair: Nathalie Delobbe
 

A Serious Game as a means of professional development - The development and design of a management game which adresses occupational health and safety issues in workplace teams

Felix Kapp, Julia Rose, Susanne Narciss

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany


Leader airtime management and team learning within command & control teams

Michael Hoven1, Piet van den Bossche1,2, Mien Segers1

1: Maastricht University, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Antwerp, Belgium


Organizational Learning: Individual Dispositions and Collective Practices

Raphaël Grasset

Paris X Nanterre, France


Distributed leadership: improving decision making processes in teams

Johannes Regelink, Arnoud Evers

Open University

C04 - Poster session: Learning and professional development of teachers
Location: Uni Mail Hall - Poster Section D
Chair: Päivi TynjŠälä
 

The development of teachers’ expertise through a professional school culture and learning activities at the workplace in primary education.

Maud Rietjens, Els Boshuizen

Open University The Netherlands, Netherlands, The


Changes in vocational teachers’ instructional practices through the lens of mind mapping

Florinda Sauli1, Jean-Louis Berger1, Chantale Beaucher2

1: Swiss federal institute for vocational education and training, Switzerland; 2: University of Sherbrooke, Canada


Plurality in teacher education PhD programs: Opportunities and challenges

Anne Milatz, Juliane Suchy, Dana Strauss

Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany


Exploring the development of teacher self-efficacy during a teaching practicum

Daniel Moreau, Jonathan Smith

Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada

C05 - Round Table Fr: Analyse du travail et développement des compétences
Location: MR160
Chair: Germain Poizat
 

La part du langage en contexte de formation hybride

Jean-Luc Chauvin

Université de Montpellier- Université Paul Valéry Montpellier- LIRDEF, France


Travailler la compétence du savoir-agir en français langue professionnelle : de l’analyse du discours à la proposition didactique

Sabrina Royer

Université d'Artois, France


Un dispositif hybride de formation-validation collectif pour soutenir le développement professionnel et organisationnel dans une PME italienne du secteur des chaussures

Mariachiara Pacquola1,2,3

1: Università di Macerata, Italy; 2: Eduter Recherche (UP DPF), Dijon, France; 3: Consultant Developpement Ressouces Humaines Politecnico Calzaturiero, Riviera del Brenta , Italy

C06 - Round Table: Responding to the challenges of uncertain work conditions
Location: MR170
Chair: Christian Harteis
 

Proactive work behavior in uncertain contexts: strengths and challenges of interventions for fostering proactivity in the finance sector

Vasudha Chaudhari1, Leonie Jacob2, Allison Littlejohn1, Regina Mulder2

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Regensburg, Germany


The reification as a learning opportunity and its role in reducing the cognitive load

Florina Nicoleta Ivan

University of Montreal, Canada


Differing perspectives of learning from incidents

Victoria Louise Murphy, Allison Littlejohn, Bart Rienties

The Open University, United Kingdom


Professionals' growth and personalized learning in the digital era

Kirsi Hanhisalo

University of Tampere, Finland

C07 - Paper session Fr: Simulation, formation et santé
Location: M1150
Chair: Lucien Tisserand
 

Engagement dans l'activité et développement professionnel chez les formateurs en soins infirmiers utilisant la simulation clinique pleine échelle

Florence Policard

Université Paris Nanterre, France


Rôle de la simulation dans le développement de compétences en communication : le cas d'une formation d'anesthésie-réanimation

Elodie Ciccone, Lucie Cuvelier, Françoise Decortis

Université Paris 8, France


La simulation haute-fidélité en santé : de la simulation à son débriefing, des ethnométhodes aux compétences "non-techniques".

Lucien Tisserand

Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3, France

C08 - Paper session: Learning through verbal interactions
Location: M1160
Chair: Martin Johnson
 

Becoming the third party: Professional socialization in hair salons

Anne-Sylvie Horlacher

Université de Bâle, Suisse


Teaching and Learning to Weld in Interaction: Professional Development

Stig-Börje Asplund, Nina Kilbrink

Karlstad university, Sweden


Learning to think alike: A study of professional examiners’ feedback interactions in a UK Qualification Awarding Organisation

Martin Johnson

Cambridge Assessment, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

C09 - Paper session: Linking education and work in higher education
Location: M1170
Chair: Uta Boesch
 

Workplace learning in dual higher education

Alexander Brodsky1, Jürgen Seifried1, Sailmann Gerald2

1: University of Mannheim, Germany; 2: University of Applied Labour Studies, Germany


Can Classroom Experiments Challenge Students' Understanding of Economic Concepts? – Results from a Common Goods Experiment

Isabel Cademartori, Jürgen Seifried

University of Mannheim, Germany


Self-regulated professional learning: Developing skills for the fourth industrial revolution

Uta Boesch, Ivo Mersiowsky

FOM Stuttgart, Germany

C10 - Paper session: Adult learning processes within the context of work
Location: M2150
Chair: Ray Smith
 

Self-regulated learning in the crowd workplace

Anoush Margaryan

University of Frankfurt, Germany


Cambodian teachers’ group interactions during a professional development program using video

Leandra Lok1, Gonny Schellings1, Perry Den Brok2

1: Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands; 2: Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands


Understanding work-learning through forms of negotiation

Ray Smith

Griffith University, Australia

   
6:00pm
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8:00pm
Welcome reception
Location: Uni Mail Hall
Standing dinner, music and Springer book presentation
Date: Thursday, 13/Sep/2018
8:00am
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6:30pm
Registration 3: Registration
Location: Uni Mail Hall
8:30am
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10:30am
D01 - Symposium: The sequential organization of instructions in and for the professions
Location: MR160
Chair: Oskar Lindwall
Invited symposium
 

The sequential organization of instructions in and for the professions

Chair(s): Oskar Lindwall (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

Discussant(s): Silvia Gherardi (Università di Trento)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Seeing and seeing-as in instructional question-answer sequences

Gustav Lymer1, Oskar Lindwall2
1Stockholm University, 2University of Gothenburg

 

Instructing sensoriality: Guiding taste in cheese tasting courses

Lorenza Mondada
University of Basel

 

Professional development among peers in scientific laboratories: Learning experiments through multimodal and interactional instructions

Sylvaine Tuncer
Stockholm University

 

Seeing how it is done: The sequential organization of instructional actions in a Japanese calligraphy lesson

Aug Nishizaka
Chiba University

D02 - Symposium: Relationships as Risks and Resources for Resilience
Location: MR170
Chair: Susan Beltman
 

Relationships as Risks and Resources for Resilience

Chair(s): Susan Beltman (School of Education, Curtin University, Australia, Australia)

Discussant(s): Julia Warwas (University of Goettingen, Germany)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Two sides of the same coin – Apprentices’ (work) relationships as risk and supportive factors in the resilience process

Jennifer Schwarze
RWTH Aachen University, Germany

 

Learning Communities: what influences knowledge sharing?

Ellen P.W.A. Jansen1, Jasperina Brouwer2
1University of Groningen Department of Teacher Education/ Research Division Higher Education, 2University of Groningen/ Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences

 

Relationships at school: supportive and unsupportive factors for vocational school teachers’ resilience

Viviana Sappa1, Carmela Aprea2, Elena Boldrini1
1Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (SFIVET), 2Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Mannheim, Germany

 

Relationships and resilience in early childhood settings

Susan Beltman1, Caroline F. Mansfield2, Madeleine Dobson1, Jenny Jay1
1School of Education, Curtin University, Australia, 2School of Education, Murdoch University, Australia

D03 - Symposium: The use of role-play simulations of political decision-making
Location: M2160
Chair: Dorothy Duchatelet
 

The use of role-play simulations of political decision-making: Bridging the gap between education and work.

Chair(s): Dorothy Duchatelet (University of Antwerp, Belgium)

Discussant(s): Christian Harteis (University of Paderborn)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How do participants learn through policy simulation‐games? Effects of simulation based learning

Robert Lohmann
Universität Passau

 

Simulation games as a tool for teaching about the European Union – results of an intervention study

Monika Oberle, Sven Ivens, Johanna Leunig
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

 

The development of self-efficacy and situational interest during a simulation of decision-making

Pieter Spooren, Dorothy Duchatelet
University of Antwerp

 

How participants develop their self-efficacy for negotiating: understanding the dynamics within simulation environments.

Dorothy Duchatelet, Vincent Donche, Peter Bursens, Pieter Spooren, David Gijbels
University of Antwerp

D04 - Symposium: Workplace difficulties in teachers’ professional conversations
Location: M2170
Chair: Kristine Balslev
Chair: Soraya De Simone
 

Workplace difficulties in teachers’ professional conversations

Chair(s): Kristine Balslev (Université de Genève, Switzerland), Soraya de Simone (HEP-VD)

Discussant(s): Anne Clerc-Georgy (HEP-VD)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Theory and practice articulation in professional discourses: the case of group management in the language classroom

Laura Nicolas
Université Paris Est Créteil

 

Interactions at work and professional development : how tutors and students deal with workplace difficulties during mentoring conversations

Soraya de Simone
HEP-VD

 

Time as a major workplace difficulty

Kristine Balslev, Dominika Dobrowolska
Université de Genève

 

Outils partagés pour améliorer des conversations professionnelles dans le cadre des stages en formation

Maria-Teresa Fuertes
Universitat Internacional de Catalunya

D05 - Paper session Fr: Tutorat et apprentissages en situation de travail
Location: M1130
Chair: Marine Pelé-Peycelon
 

Le dispositif d’apprentissage en situation de travail (AST), des interactions aux effets différents ?

Sandra Enlart, Frédérique Gérard

Equipe recherche "Apprenance & Formation des Adultes", CREF, Université Paris Nanterre


Interactions tutorales en situation dynamique

Christèle Billing

Centre Hospitalier Annecy Genevois, Institut de Formation en soins Infirmiers (IFSI) Annecy, France


Apprendre au travail en début de vie active

Christine Fournier, Olivier Joseph, Marion Lambert, Isabelle Marion

Centre d'études et de recherches sur les qualifications (CEREQ), France


Configurations et affordances : impacts du collectif sur le parcours des tuteurs débutants

Marine Pelé-Peycelon

University Lyon 2 / ICAR, France

D06 - Paper session: Language teaching and learning
Location: M1140
Chair: Anke Settelmeyer
 

Video in Foreign Language Teaching and Learning: A Systematic Literature Review

Maria Pannatier, Mireille Betrancourt

Geneva University, Switzerland


Epistemics and Embodied Action in the Organization of Professional Development for English Medium Instruction

Joan Catherine Ploettner

Universitat Internacional Catalunya, Spain


Growth in social inclusion and reading skills through literacy programs for adults

Evangelia Ipektzidou1, Maurice De Greef2, Simon Beausaert1, Mien Segers1

1: Maastricht University-School of Business and Economics, Netherlands, The; 2: Vrije Universiteit Brussel


Learning occupation specific language in vocational education in the workplace

Anke Settelmeyer, Christina Widera

Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Germany

D07 - Paper session: Knowledge, concepts and epistemic development
Location: M1150
Chair: Monika Nerland
 

Actions and allocated gaze: Music educators’ role in promoting group-level regulation

Tarja-Riitta Hurme1, Hans Gruber2, Marjaana Puurtinen3

1: Department of Teacher Education, University of Turku; 2: Department of Education Science, University of Regensburg & Department of Teacher Education, University Turku; 3: Department of Psychology & Department of Teacher Education, University of Turku


Disciplinary academics or teacher educators? Negotiating epistemic boundaries in professional education

Hege Hermansen

University of Oslo, Norway


Knowledge building in professional learning: new insights

Claire Tourmen1,2

1: University of California, Berkeley, United States of America; 2: AgroSup Dijon, France


Knowledge work in professional-client partnerships: analysing interactions from an epistemic perspective

Nick Hopwood1, Monika Nerland2

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Oslo University, Norway

D08 - Paper session: Teachers learning and professional development
Location: M1160
Chair: Michael Goller
 

Development of a self-evaluation methodology for VET teacher teams to evaluate the quality of their assessment programme

Liesbeth Baartman, Wendy Peeters, Ellen de Kwant

University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Netherlands, The


Mentoring experienced teachers: A cultural historical perspective

Veronica Elizabeth Morcom, Judith Anne MacCallum

Murdoch University, Australia


Lessons planning instrumental genesis: between teachers’ instrument systems and professional development

Leandro Marques Queiros1, Alex Sandro Gomes1, Grégory Munoz2

1: Centro de Informática, Cidade Universitária (Campus Recife),; 2: Center of Research in Education of Nantes


Changes in learning-to-teach patterns of student teachers during long-term internships: A Latent Transition Analysis approach

Michael Goller1, Dagmar Festner2, Alexander Gröschner3, Tina Hascher4

1: University of Paderborn, Germany; 2: University of Giessen, Germany; 3: University of Jena, Germany; 4: University of Bern, Switzerland

D09 - Paper session: Learning in organisations
Location: M1170
Chair: David Guile
 

New Challenges in Utilizing Ethnography in Studying Learning and Development-Related Issues in Organizations

Kaija Marjukka Collin, Susanna Paloniemi, Soila Lemmetty

University of Jyväskylä, Finland


Team work, team stress & information processing.

Piet Van den Bossche1,3, Catherine Gabelica2, Steffi Sassenus1

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: IESEG School of Management, France; 3: Maastricht University, the Netherlands


Personal and organizational antecedents of informal learning in the workplace

Julian Decius, Niclas Schaper

University of Paderborn, Germany


Understanding networks and coworking: Towards a fourth-generation activity theory analysis

David Guile1, Clay Spinuzzi2

1: University College London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Texas

D10 - Paper session: Work and education as uncertain contexts for professional learning and development
Location: M2150
Chair: Susanne Weber
 

Learning in uncertain situations: an examination of tensions within a large-scale transformation programme in a HE institution

Koula Charitonos, Allison Littlejohn

Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, United Kingdom


Cooperative learning new software for the workplace

Mandy Hommel

TU Dresden, Germany


The relationship between education-job fit and work-related learning in the first job

Ilke Grosemans1, Katrien Vangrieken1, Liesje Coertjens2, Eva Kyndt1

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium


Learn it, live it! – Influencing learners’ intention-behavior-gap in the domain of sustainable consumption using graphical videos

Susanne Weber, Christine Kreuzer, Mona Off, Susanne Ritter von Marx

Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany

   
10:30am
-
11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Uni Mail Hall
11:00am
-
12:00pm
Keynote address
Location: MR080
Chair: Stephen Richard Billett
Pierre Dillenbourg
Digital gaps and digital bridges between schools ans workplaces
12:00pm
-
1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Uni Mail Marx Cafeteria
1:30pm
-
3:30pm
E01 - Symposium: Emerging perspectives of education in the professions: Learning through practice
Location: MR160
Chair: Christian Harteis
 

Emerging perspectives of education in the professions: Learning through practice

Chair(s): Christian Harteis (University of Paderborn, Germany)

Discussant(s): Piet Van den Bossche (University of Antwerp)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Learning during Internships: A Study of Engineering Students

Michael Goller1, Christian Harteis1, David Gijbels2, Vincent Donche2
1University of Paderborn, 2University of Antwerp

 

Effects of Internships on Self-perceived Competencies and Burnout of Student Teachers in Mathematics and Religion

Dagmar Festner1, Carina Caruso1, Alexander Gröschner2
1University of Paderborn, 2University of Jena

 

Learning from Errors at Work in Vocational Education and Training

Andreas Rausch, Milena Huber
University of Mannheim

 

The Relevance of Beliefs, Motivation and Self-Regulation for the Development of Educational Knowledge during Internships

Sarah Mertens, Sabine Schlag, Cornelia Gräsel
University of Wuppertal

E02 - Symposium: Interactions et potentiel d’apprentissage des situations professionnelles
Location: MR170
Chair: Paul Olry
Chair: Patrick Mayen
Invited symposium
 

Interactions et potentiel d’apprentissage des situations professionnelles

Chair(s): Paul Olry (AgrosupDijon, France), Patrick Mayen (AgrosupDijon, France)

Discussant(s): Marianne Cerf (INRA,)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

La conception d’un EVE, pensée, agie et projetée selon une technologie didactique professionnelle

Anaïs Loizon, Fanny Chrétien
AgrosupDijon, France

 

Jouer et imaginer, deux fonctions de tutelle dans les interactions pour apprendre en situation de travail

Patrick Mayen
AgroSupDijon, France

 

Transmettre des savoirs-faire de métier : hybrider les formats en didactique professionnelle

Jean-François Metral, Paul Olry
AgroSupDijon, France

 

Le novice en quête d’autonomie : interactions tutorales en formation et aux premiers mois de travail

Otilia Holgado
Université de Sherbrooke

E03 - Symposium: The epistemic use of material objects in workplace participatory practices: Exploring the context of health
Location: M2160
Chair: Åsa Mäkitalo
Chair: Laurent Filliettaz
 

The epistemic use of material objects in workplace participatory practices: Exploring the context of health

Chair(s): Åsa Mäkitalo (Gothenburg University), Laurent Filliettaz (University of Geneva, Switzerland)

Discussant(s): Monika Nerland (University of Oslo)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Renderings of an invisible condition : Graphs as objects and means of communication in hypertension consultations

Åsa Mäkitalo, Karin Kjellgren, Roger Säljö
Gothenburg University

 

The epistemic use of the body in medical radiology : insights from an interactional perspective

Laurent Filliettaz
University of Geneva

 

Building healthcare expertise in context: The teaching-learning processes of a new tool in different healthcare settings

Giada Danesi, Michèle Grossen
University of Lausanne

 

Simulations as hybrid objects in learning for the healthcare professions

Hans Rystedt
Karolinska

E04 - Symposium: Emerging directions in research on connectivity for interaction, learning and professional development
Location: M2170
Chair: Sarojni Choy
Chair: David Guile
 

Emerging directions in research on connectivity for interaction, learning and professional development

Chair(s): Sarojni Choy (Griffith Univ., Australia), David Guile (University College London)

Discussant(s): Stephen Billett (Griffith Univ.)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Recontextualising connectivity for interaction, learning and professional development

David Guile
University College London

 

Pedagogical Models to Support Connectivity for Interaction, Learning and Professional Development

Päivi Tynjälä, Maarit Virolainen, Hannu L.T Heikkinen, Anne Virtanen
Finnish Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

 

Multilevel Boundary Crossing in connectivity for interaction, learning and professional development across contexts

Ilya Zitter1, Liesbeth Baartman1, Elly de Bruijn2
1HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht and Open University

 

Digitization in connectivity for interaction, learning and professional development

Carmela Aprea1, Alberto Cattaneo2, Viviana Sappa2, Sarojni Choy3
1University of Mannheim, Germany, 2Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (SFIVET), Lugano, Switzerland, 3Griffith Univ.

E05 - Paper session Fr: Apprentissage et développement dans les métiers de la santé et du travail social
Location: M1130
Chair: Julien de Miribel
 

Comprendre l’expérience subjective d’une crise de santé : des enjeux professionnels majeurs pour les médecins de l'urgence

Marianne Lafitte

CHU de Bordeaux, France, Collège Santé, Université de Bordeaux et Centre de Recherche sur la Formation-CNAM, Paris


La part du collectif dans l'apprentissage organisationnel dans les assocaitions du secteur social

Vivien Braccini1, Emmanuel Triby2

1: P.S.International, France; 2: LISEC EA 2310


L’expérience des aides soignants entrés en formation infirmière : Entre transition identitaire et reconnaissance des transiteurs

Bargibant Catherine

Trigone Cirel, France


La dimension interactionnelle dans le développement professionnel des infirmiers en psychiatrie en France

Julien de Miribel

Université de Lille, France

E06 - Paper session: Learning in vocational education and training
Location: M1140
Chair: Joris Felder
 

European approach: VET adults' problem-solving skills in technology-rich environments

Raija Hämäläinen1, Bram De Wever2, Sebastiano Cincinnato3, Kari Nissinen1

1: University of Jyväskylä, Finland; 2: Ghent University, Belgium; 3: Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium


Quality of VET - A Systematic Survey Review

Svenja Boehn, Viola Katharina Deutscher

University of Mannheim, Germany


Career adaptability of VET students in the commercial domain – different operationalizations and relationship to professional identification

Sebastian Kirchknopf

Universität Hohenheim, Germany


How can innovations best be propagated in dual VET?

Joris Felder, Jean-Luc Gurtner

University of Fribourg, Switzerland

E07 - Paper session: Emotions in learning and professional development
Location: M1150
Chair: Susanna Paloniemi
 

Dynamic interplay of learning behaviours and affective reactions within work teams

Verena Watzek, Andreas Widmann, Regina H. Mulder

Universität Regensburg, Germany


Emotional processes and Adaptation: A longitudinal Study in An Adult Education Program

Michaël Raphaël Parmentier, Thomas Pirsoul, Frédéric Nils

Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium


Training emotional competence for a successful school-to-work transition: An experimental study

Thomas Pirsoul, Michaël Raphaël Parmentier, Frédéric Nils

Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium


Emotions in Professional Learning: Integrating Self-Report and Psychophysiological Measurement Data

Susanna Paloniemi, Päivi Hökkä, Katja Vähäsantanen, Anneli Eteläpelto

JyvŠskyläŠ University, Finland

E08 - Paper session: Teachers expertise and professional development
Location: M1160
Chair: Henny P. A. Boshuizen
 

The use of audio diaries in the mentoring process of initial teacher education

Kinga Káplár-Kodácsy1, Helga Dorner2

1: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Budapest, Hungary; 2: Central European University, Center for Teaching and Learning, Budapest, Hungary


Negotiating professional identity: Challenges for early career casual teachers

Helen Therese Dempsey

Murdoch University, Australia


Narrative Pedagogy and teacher professional development

Nurit Dvir1, Orna Schatz Oppenheimer2

1: The Kibbutzim College of Education, Israel; 2: The Hebrew University, David Yellin, Academic College.


Teachers' expertise development through professional learning activities at the workplace; the case of lower vocational education in the Netherlands

Henny P. A. Boshuizen1,2, Jantje Wolters-Mepschen1

1: Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands; 2: Turku University

E09 - Paper session: Training transfer in organisational contexts
Location: M1170
Chair: Nathalie Delobbe
 

Decoding training transfer through the lens of the social exchange and psychological contract theories

Isabelle Bosset1, Nathalie Delobbe2, Etienne Bourgeois2

1: IFFP, Switzerland; 2: Université de Genève


The relationship between approaches to teaching and training outcome in professional training

Caroline Bonnes, Sabine Hochholdinger

University of Konstanz, Germany


Effects of work factors on the three stages of post-training transfer: An empirical investigation within the Dutch Police

Jolanda Botke

VU Amsterdam, Netherlands, The


Learning to be a practitioner-researcher: the processes, practices, products and profiles of research engagement in international non-governmental organisations

Jude Fransman

Open University, United Kingdom

E10 - Paper session: Agency and identity in vocational training
Location: M2150
Chair: Ray Smith
 

Occupational prestige as challenge for occupational identities: comparing retail and bricklaying apprentices*

Kerstin Duemmler, Alexandra Felder, Isabelle Caprani

SFIVET, Switzerland


Teacher’s professional identity: configurations of personal and contextual factors.

Gonny Schellings, Douwe Beijaard, Maaike Koopman, Janine Mommers

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, The


Experienced "Protein Engineering" lecturer changing identity through enabling dialogue: from a knowledge transmitter to a learning facilitator

Yael Furman Shaharabani, Hana Faiger

ORT Braude College, Israel


Forms of work-learning negotiation and professional identity development

Ray Smith

Griffith University, Australia

   
3:30pm
-
4:00pm
Coffee break
Location: Uni Mail Hall
4:00pm
-
5:30pm
F01 - Symposium: Learning to work in the margins: interactional and discourse analytical perspectives
Location: MR160
Chair: Ingrid de Saint-Georges
 

Learning to work in the margins: interactional and discourse analytical perspectives

Chair(s): Ingrid de Saint-Georges (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

Discussant(s): Stefano Losa (SUPSI)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Discursive constructions of Luxembourgish Vocational Education and Training and its learners in policy-related documents

Constanze Tress
University of Luxembourg

 

Exploring workplace practices as a mediational space for professional development in self-employment at the margins

Stefan Karl Serwe
University of Osnäbruck

 

Recognizing transversal competencies in situations of professional development: challenges and stakes

Ingrid de Saint-Georges
University of Luxembourg

F02 - Round Table: Measuring and developing professional expertise
Location: MR170
Chair: Andreas Rausch
 

A critical appraisal of Boshuizen & Wolters-Mepschen (2018)

Henny P. A. Boshuizen1,2, Monique M. Bijker3, Jantje Wolters-Mepschen1

1: Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Turku, Finland; 3: Zuyd University of applied Sciences, Netherlands, The


A practice based research on the value of higher education teacher externships as a professional development initiative

Ele Holvoet1,2, Delphine Wante1, Joke Coens1, Jan Elen2

1: VIVES University of Applied Sciences, Belgium; 2: KU Leuven, Belgium


Networks of musicians at different expert levels

Manuel Längler1, Markus Nivala2, Hans Gruber1,3

1: University of Regensburg, Germany; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 3: University of Turku, Finland

F03 - Data session: Observing and measuring complex research objects
Location: M1160
Chair: Christin Siegfried
Chair: Michael Goller
 

The Contribution of Mental Simulation to the Development of Intuition

Bianca Steffen, Christian Harteis

University of Paderborn, Germany


Developing an on-line application, Emotion Circle (EC) for the self-assessment of emotions in agentic learning at work

Anneli Etelapelto, Päivi Hökkä, Susanna Paloniemi, Katrja Vähäsantanen

Jyvaskyla University, Finland


Employee Perspective on Well-Being at Work – An Interview Study

Stefanie Zutavern, Juergen Seifried

University of Mannheim, Germany

F04 - Paper session Fr: Apprentissage et formation des adultes
Location: M1130
Chair: Christine Vidal-Gomel
 

L'engagement du sujet adulte apprenant en formation continue obligatoire : un paradoxe de l'apprenance ?

Marie-Paule Maugis

Université de Nanterre, France


Organisation du travail et apprentissage

Christèle Billing

Centre Hospitalier Annecy Genevois, France - Institut de formation en soins infirmier, Annecy France


Élucidation d’une structure conceptuelle de situation professionnelle et élucidation des savoirs experts

Géraldine Body, Christine Vidal-Gomel, Isabelle Vinatier

Centre de Recherche en Education de Nantes, France

F05 - Paper session: Learning from interprofessional experiences
Location: M2170
Chair: Joanne Stephens
 

Meeting the needs of children with autism: What paramedics and parents of children with autism can contribute to the interprofessional health team

Joanne Stephens

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

F06 - Paper session: Reflexivity and professional development
Location: M1140
Chair: Mandy Hommel
 

REFLECTION-IN-ACTION vs. REFLECTION-ON-ACTION The Benefits of Reflection for Improving Professional Judgments

Therese Grohnert, Roger H. G. Meuwissen, Wim H. Gijselaers

Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, Netherlands, The


Facilitating professional development through (self-)reflection and interaction. Findings of an evaluation study.

Anita Pachner. PhD, Christina Baust, Patrick Fleck, Josef Schrader. Prof. Dr.

University of Tübingen, Germany


Reflection in professional contexts – Views of teachers in vocational education

Bärbel Fürstenau1, Mandy Hommel1, Regina Mulder2

1: TU Dresden, Germany; 2: Universität Regensburg

F07 - Paper session: Integrating learning experiences in higher education
Location: M1150
Chair: Stephen Richard Billett
 

Articulate different levels of analysis of activity in training environment

Benjamin Watteau, Jérôme Gérin

Universiét de Bretagne Occidentale, France


Boundaries between education and working life in vocational education organized by a company. A case study KONE Elevators Ltd.

Kaisa Hytönen, Anne Kovalainen

University of Turku, Finland


Augmenting tertiary education students’ work experiences through post-practicum interventions: Preferred purposes and processes

Stephen Richard Billett

Griffith University, Australia

F08 - Paper session: Learning and professional development of primary school teachers
Location: M1170
Chair: Bev Fluckiger
 

Multimodal interactions between teacher and pupils during free play at preschool: tools for vocational training as a lever for pupil’s learnings?

Marie-Laure Michel

UNIGE


21st Century Leadership Skills for Learning Networks in Primary Education

Floor Basten1, Arnoud Evers1, Femke Geijsel2, Marjan Vermeulen1

1: Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The; 2: Research Institute of Child Development and Education, Universiteit van Amsterdam


A research-informed and research-led approach to supporting the professional learning of teachers

Bev Fluckiger, Madonna Stinson, Julie Dunn

Griffith university, Australia

F09 - Paper session: Theories and methodologies for the study of professional learning and development
Location: M2150
Chair: Mariana Orozco
 

The mother or the child: theorising simulation through double stimulation

Madeleine Abrandt Dahlgren1, Nick Hopwood2, Johanna Dahlberg1, Marie Blomberg1

1: Linköping University, Sweden; 2: University of Technology, Sydney, Australia


Work Expertise and Shared Moral Values: an Exploration through Transmission in Cross Self-Confrontation.

Laure Kloetzer

UniversitŽy of Neucha‰tel, Switzerland


Empirical conceptualisation of integrative learning. A focus on theory-practice integration.

Mariana Orozco, David Gijbels, Christiane Timmerman

University of Antwerp, Belgium

F10 - Paper session: Learning medical practices
Location: M2160
Chair: Judith Warren Little
 

Self-regulation of professional learning in the medical practice: which processes are actually happening?

Katrien Cuyvers1, Van den Bossche Piet1,2, Donche Vincent1

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Maastricht University, The Netherlands


Complex clinical practice: different sources for trainees’ motivation during postgraduate medical education

Wieke van der Goot1, Sayra Cristancho2, Marco de Carvalho Filho3, Debbie Jaarsma1, Esther Helmich1

1: University of Groningen / University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands, The; 2: Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada; 3: Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medical Sciences, University of Campinas, Brazil


Perspectives on the Patient in Simulation-Based Education of Interprofessional Health Care Teams

Judith Warren Little1, Bridget O'Brien2, Joe Cook2

1: University of California, Berkeley, United States of America; 2: University of California, San Francisco, United States of America

   
5:35pm
-
6:30pm
SIG Business meeting
Location: MR080
7:30pm
-
10:30pm
Conference dinner
Location: Grand Hotel Kempinski
Date: Friday, 14/Sep/2018
8:00am
-
5:30pm
Registration
Location: Uni Mail Hall
8:30am
-
10:30am
G01 - Symposium: Transformer l’expérience en apprentissage par l’accessibilité cognitive, conative et socio-affective
Location: MR160
Chair: Laurence Durat
 

Transformer l’expérience en apprentissage par l’accessibilité cognitive, conative et socio-affective

Chair(s): Laurence Durat (Université de Haute-Alsace, France)

Discussant(s): Vivien Braccini (PSI)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

L’examen clinique du nouveau-né par les étudiants sages-femmes

Catherine Burgy
Ecole de sages-femmes Strasbourg

 

Professionnalisation des formateurs en ostéopathie

Franck Garnier
Collège Européen d'ostéopathie Strasbourg

 

La prise en compte des émotions dans le cadre de la formation professionnelle des managers

Simon Mallard
CREAD Université de Rennes

 

Transformer les pratiques pédagogiques des enseignants

Badya Lage
Education Nationale du Maroc

G02 - Symposium: Learning and developing 'professional vision' at work
Location: MR170
Chair: Barbara Pentimalli
Chair: Vanessa Rémery
 

Learning and developing 'professional vision' at work

Chair(s): Barbara Pentimalli (University Sapienza Roma, Italia, Department of Sociology), Vanessa Rémery (University of Geneva, Switzerland, Department of Adult training)

Discussant(s): Laurent Filliettaz (University of Geneva, Switzerland, Department of Adult training)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Ways of Seeing. The Formation and Circulation of a Synesthetic Expert Eye in Swiss and Hong Kong Vocational Training Practices

Hervé Munz
University of Geneva, Switzerland,Department of Geography and Environment

 

‘The Diagnostic Eye’. Seeing and Learning to See in an Hemodynamic Laboratory.

Barbara Pentimalli
University Sapienza Roma, Italia, Department of Sociology

 

Learning to see : An exploratory study on practical training in obstetrical and fetal ultrasound.

Nelly Duret1, Vanessa Rémery2
1Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland, Fetal Medicine Department, 2University of Geneva, Switzerland, Department of Adult training

 

‘Visual repairs’ : Managing the visual organization of courtroom hearings with video links.

Christian Licoppe
Télécom ParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay, France

G03 - Symposium: Francophone perspectives on the articulation between learning at work and learning through work
Location: M2150
Chair: Lionel Roche
Chair: Florian Meyer
 

Francophone perspectives on the articulation between learning at work and learning through work

Chair(s): Lionel Roche (Laboratoire Acté, UCA, France, France), Florian Meyer (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada), Cathy Rolland (Laboratoire Acté, UCA, France, France)

Discussant(s): Stephen Billett (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Learning at work or developing work activity?

Yannick Lemonie
Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, Paris, France

 

The intervention as training of ESPE trainers

Pierre-Alain Filippi
Aix-Marseille Université – ESPÉ- EA 4671-ADEF

 

Designing online platforms for professional development : the case of PE teachers and gymnastics coaches

Lionel Roche, Cathy Rolland, Nathalie Gal-Petitfaux
Laboratoire ACTé, Université Clermont Auvergne, France

 

Analyzing activities of pedagogical engineers in unsual situations of distance work to design trainings

Marie Hoarau1, Geneviève Lameul1, Florian Meyer2
1Université Rennes 2, 2Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

G04 - Paper session Fr: Formation et développement professionnel des enseignants
Location: M1130
Chair: Annie Malo
 

Produire un scénario de formation pour développer le savoir-improviser en classe de stagiaires en enseignement

Jean-Pierre Pelletier

Université TÉLUQ, Canada


Débriefer en contexte de vidéoformation : Comprendre l’activité du conseiller pédagogique par l’étude de ses préoccupations et de sa représentation du partenaire

Vincent Alonso Vilches1, Florence Pirard2, Pascal Detroz1, Dominique Verpoorten1

1: Institut de Formation et de Recherche en Enseignement Supérieur (IFRES) - University of Liège (ULiège) BELGIUM, Belgique; 2: Faculté de Psychologie, de Logopédie et des Sciences de l'Education - University of Liège (ULiège) BELGIUM, Belgique


Pour un enseignement apprentissage du français par l’évaluation dynamique : cas des étudiants de première année de licence F.L.E

Sahraoui Lafrid

Université de Médéa, Algérie


La complexité de "converser avec la situation" : le cas des stagiaires de fin de formation en enseignement au secondaire

Annie Malo, Joëlle Morrissette

Université de Montréal, Canada

G05 - Paper session: The development of skills and expertise
Location: M1140
Chair: Åsa Mäkitalo
 

Development and Evaluation of a Teacher Training Concept in the Field of Automation Technology

Pia Schäfer, Nico Link, Felix Walker

Technische Universität Kaiserslautern (TUK), Germany


Trainers’ knowledge and skills from the perspective of trainers, trainees, and human resource development practitioners

Susanne Wisshak, Sabine Hochholdinger

University of Konstanz, Germany


The Creation Process in Sculpting – An Observation Study

Isabell Stein1, Helen Jossberger1, Linda Puppe1, Birgit Eiglsperger2, Hans Gruber1,3

1: Department of Educational Science, University of Regensburg, Germany; 2: Department of Art Education, University of Regensburg, Germany; 3: Faculty of Education, University of Turku, Finland


Working with categories and recontextualising expertise in professional-client interactions

Nick Hopwood1, Åsa Mäkitalo2

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Gothenburg University, Sweden

G06 - Paper session: Learning in informal contexts
Location: M1150
Chair: Patrizia Salzmann
 

Professional development in real work situation: case studies in block release apprenticeship training

Souâd Zaouani-Denoux1, Klara Kövesi2

1: Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, France; 2: ENSTA Bretagne, France


The Role of Recognition of Prior learning (RPL) in Access, Persistence and Academic Achievement of Adults seeking a First Diploma

Nicolas Fernandez1, Rachel Bélisle2, Evelyne Mottais2

1: Université de Montréal, Canada; 2: Université de Sherbrooke, Canada


Validation of non-formal and informal learning in Switzerland – the example of healthcare assistants

Patrizia Salzmann, Evelyn Tsandev, Saskia Weber Guisan, Deli Salini

Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Switzerland

G07 - Paper session: Learning and professional development in health
Location: M1160
Chair: Katrien Cuyvers
 

Supervision in psychiatry: interactional analysis to learn self-disclosure competence

Alexandra Nguyen, Laurent Frobert, Jérôme Favrod

La Source, School of nursing sciences, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland


Becoming an implementer – Professional development of experts in social and health care reform

Mervi Hasu

University of Oslo, Norway


Transfer of nursing roles from theory into practice in the care for older persons, based on the CanMEDS

Petra Huizenga1,2, Evelyn Finnema1, Robbert Gobbens3, Petrie Roodbol2

1: NHL Stenden Univeristy of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands,; 2: Health Sciences, Nursing Research, University of Groningen, the Netherlands; 3: Inholland University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands


Measuring self-regulated learning processes during job-performance of medical specialists: an integrated research perspective

Katrien Cuyvers1, Van den Bossche Piet1,2, Donche Vincent1

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Maastricht University

G08 - Paper session: Learning in vocational education and training
Location: M1170
Chair: Juergen Seifried
 

Reasons and barriers for continuing vocational education and training (CVET) of fringe groups

Christin Siegfried1, Eveline Wuttke1, Susan Seeber2, Therese Rosemann2

1: Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany; 2: Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany


Mediation system for development: the case of agricultural trainers

Samira Mahlaoui1, Grégory Munoz2

1: UMR ADEF; 2: Research Center in Education of Nantes


Mentoring and construction of professional competences of pre-service teachers

Ziyin Xiong, Rebecca Matthews, Sébastien Chaliès

Université de Toulouse - Midi-Pyrénées, France


Training Drop-Out in the Hotel and Catering Industry – Individual Reasons or Lack of Training Quality?

Stefanie Findeisen, Juergen Seifried, Stefanie Zutavern

University of Mannheim, Germany

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Uni Mail Hall
11:00am
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12:00pm
Keynote address
Location: MR080
Chair: Laurent Filliettaz
Helen Melander
Learning in interaction in 'authentic' situations
12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
Location: Uni Mail Marx Cafeteria
1:00pm
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2:30pm
H01 - Symposium: Collectifs-groupes-équipes de travail et apprentissage en contexte de travail : formes et objet, enjeux scientifiques et méthodes empiriques
Location: M1160
Chair: Frédérique Rebetez
Chair: Sephora Boucenna
 

Collectifs-groupes-équipes de travail et apprentissage en contexte de travail : formes et objet, enjeux scientifiques et méthodes empiriques

Chair(s): Frédérique Rebetez (HEP Vaud, Suisse), Sephora Boucenna (Université de Namur, Belgique)

Discussant(s): Frédérique Rebetez (HEP Vaud, Suisse)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Equipes de travail et apprentissage en contexte organisationnel

Frédérique Rebetez
HEP Vaud, Suisse

 

Lorsque les chercheurs s’intéressent aux transformations de leur propre équipe

Sephora Boucenna
Université de Namur, Belgique

 

L’apprentissage collectif : mission impossible ou soutien de l’activité

Marco Allenbach
HEP Vaud, Suisse

H02 - Symposium: Simulations for Professional Learning
Location: MR160
Chair: Helen Jossberger
 

Simulations for Professional Learning

Chair(s): Helen Jossberger (University of Regensburg, Germany)

Discussant(s): Andreas Rausch (University of Mannheim)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Relation of Verisimilitude and Learning in the Context of Simulated Games

Tuire Palonen, Timo Lainema
University of Turku

 

Mountain rescuers’ (non-)technical skills and the role of self-efficacy and attitude in simulated resuscitation

Michael Scheumann, Helen Jossberger, Hans Gruber
University of Regensburg

 

Improving Physicians’ Ward Round Communication through Simulation-Based Training

Marc Grünewald, Evelyn Klein, Martin Gartmeier, Pascal Berberat
TUM Medical Education Center

H03 - Paper session Fr: Apprentissages et formation professionnelle
Location: M1130
Chair: Jean-Marie Weber
 

Alternance et accompagnement dans la formation professionnelle de la suisse romande et du Tessin

Valentina Giovannini-Cartulano

Université de Fribourg, Switzerland


La co-conception en ingénierie pédagogique numérique

Dorothée Cavignaux-Bros, Denis Cristol

Université Paris Nanterre, France


Entre désir et compétence professionnelle : recherches pour une formation à l’éthique de la rencontre

Jean-Marie Weber1, Ilaria Pirone2

1: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; 2: Université Paris VIII

H04 - Paper session: Learning and professional development of teachers
Location: M1140
Chair: Valerie Lussi Borer
 

How can (preservice) teachers be promoted to develop supportive student-teacher relationships?: Exploration of preservice teachers’ relational beliefs and relational competence

Anne Milatz

Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, Germany


Teachers’ perception of effects of in-service training on their teaching and ont their students learning

Davaajav Purevjav1, Edit Katalin Molnár2

1: Doctoral School of Education, University of Szeged, Hungary; 2: Institute of Education, University of Szeged


Considering Work Norms to Design Collaborative Inquiry in a Workplace Professional Development Program

Valérie Lussi Borer, Alain Muller

UniversityŽ of Geneva, Switzerland

H05 - Paper session: Workplace learning and vocational training
Location: M1150
Chair: Stephen Richard Billett
 

Towards a Heutagogy-based Workplace Curriculum Development Model

Saeid Safaei Movahhed

University of Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of


Work analysis in vocational education researchers’ training

Olivier Allain, Crislaine Gruber, Paulo Roberto Wollinger

Instituto Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil


Two conceptions of apprenticeship: Mode of learning and model of education

Stephen Richard Billett

Griffith University, Australia

H06 - Paper session: Learning behaviors in work and education contexts
Location: M1170
Chair: Therese Grohnert
 

Computer-supported collaborative learning for careers staff working in European Public Employment Services

Alan John Brown, Jenny Bimrose

University of Warwick, United Kingdom


Graduation project supervision of undergraduate students in Higher Professional Education

ir. Irene R.M. van der Marel1, Dr. Lisette Munneke1, Prof. Dr. Elly de Bruijn2

1: Hogeschool Utrecht, Netherlands, The; 2: Open Universiteit, Netherlands, The


Retaining the learning professional: A Survival Study on Professionals' Actual Turnover and A Supportive Learning Environment at Work

Therese Grohnert, Roger H. G. Meuwissen, Wim H. Gijselaers

Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, Netherlands, The

   
2:30pm
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3:00pm
Coffee break
Location: Uni Mail Hall
3:00pm
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4:30pm
I01 - Symposium: Collectifs-groupes-équipes de travail et apprentissage en contexte de formation (dans et hors de l’espace de travail) : formes et objet, enjeux scientifiques et méthodes empiriques
Location: MR160
Chair: Frédérique Rebetez
Chair: Sephora Boucenna
 

Collectifs-groupes-équipes de travail et apprentissage en contexte de formation (dans et hors de l’espace de travail) : formes et objet, enjeux scientifiques et méthodes empiriques

Chair(s): Frédérique Rebetez (HEP Vaud, Suisse), Sephora Boucenna (Université de Namur, Belgique)

Discussant(s): Sephora Boucenna (Université de Namur, Belgique)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Les groupes de travail sont-ils des environnements apprenants ?

Patrick Mayen
Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté / Agrosup Dijon

 

Improving Learning in Self-organizing Teams in High-School

Christian Wandeler1, Eric Herzog2, Willy Wijnands3
1California State University, Fresno, 2California State University, Fresno, USA, 3Ashram College, Alphen, Netherlands

 

How psychological safety climate influences team performance: A multilevel study of explanatory mechanisms in an academic setting.

Nathalie Delobbe1, Cecilia Mornata1, Maud Lebrun2
1Université de Genève, Suisse, 2Université Louvai, Belgique

I02 - Paper session Fr: Professionnalisation des acteurs de l'éducation
Location: MR170
Chair: Robert David
 

Interaction préméditée, interaction improvisée du médiateur culturel dans un musée

Jamila Al Khatib, Anne Jorro

CRF, CNAM, France


L’apprentissage par la pratique en milieu plurilingue

Didérot Djiala Mellie

Université de Dschang, Cameroun


Conditions d'efficacité des cercles pédagogiques pour susciter un développement des pratiques pédagogiques

Robert David1, Marie-Hélène Giguère2, Anne-Marie Poirier3

1: Université de Montréal, Canada; 2: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada; 3: Université de Montréal, Canada

I03 - Paper session: Adult learning processes within the context of work
Location: M1130
Chair: Judy MacCallum
 

Emotions in professional learning at work: a review

Päivi Kristiina Hökkä, Katja Vähäsantanen, Susanna Paloniemi

University of Jyväskylä, Finland


The role of adult learning theory in the practice of mentoring novice teachers: a qualitative literature review

Kinga Káplár-Kodácsy1, David Cameron2, Helga Dorner3

1: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Budapest, Hungary; 2: Independent Researcher, London, UK; 3: Central European Universtiy, Center for Teaching and Learning Budapest, Hungary


Vocational teachers’ perception of professionalism and continuing professional development (CPD)

Ani Widayati1, Judith MacCallum2

1: Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta State University), Indonesia; 2: Murdoch University

I04 - Paper session: Testing, measuring and assessment
Location: M1140
Chair: Josef Guggemos
 

The development of a video-based competence assessment in vocational teacher education

Felix Walker, Andrea Faath-Becker

Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany


Validation of an Information Literacy Test in a Multinational Setting

Sabine Seufert, Katarina Stanoevska-Slabeva, Josef Guggemos

Universität St.Gallen, Switzerland

I05 - Paper session: Teachers training and professional development
Location: M1150
Chair: Bernadette Charlier
 

Studying Teacher Professional Development through Proxemic Analysis and Cartography of Movements in the Classroom

Isabelle Lermigeaux-Sarrade

University of Grenoble Alpes, France


Teachers’ professional development and environmental sustainability in schools: Insight from the activity systems analysis

Niina Mykrä

University of Tampere, Finland


The final project in a HE teacher training: what effects for the working team?

Bernadette Charlier, Lambert Marie

Université de Fribourg, Switzerland

I06 - Paper session: Learning from collaboration at work
Location: M1160
Chair: Delphine Odier Guedj
 

Teacher Orientations towards Learning and Self-Perceived Participation: A Cross Case Analysis of In-School Teacher Collaboration

Loes de Jong, Jacobiene Meirink, Wilfried Admiraal

ICLON, Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching


Developing innovative behaviour of teachers at work

Arnoud Evers, Kamakshi Rajagopal, Karel Kreijns

Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The


Team-teaching in a specialized class for young children with autism : the meaning-making process

Delphine Odier Guedj, Andréa Lavigne

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

   
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Closing ceremony
Location: MR080

 
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