TUK 2022

CONFERENCE ON HIGHER EDUCATION PEDAGOGY

Wednesday 16'th of March 2022

Similar to previous years, the Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy organized by the Faculty of Science and Technology, TUK 2022, 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.

Keynote speaker will be Dag Wedelin, Professor in Computer Science at Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, who will give a presentation on "How can we develop our students' mathematical thinking?"

Cecilia Johansson, vice-dean for education at the Faculty for Science and Technology, will open the conference.

Register to TUK 2022

Deadline for registration with a submission is 21'st of February. Specify if you want to contribute with a  posterprerecorded presentation or a live presentation. The conference is planned to be on campus if possible, but can be changed to completely digital  if the recommendation to physical distance will still be in place.

You are welcome to spread the information using the official poster for the conference. The conference is organised by the Council for Educational Development at the Faculty for Science and Technology TUR. If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Katarina Andreasen.

EARLIER TUK CONFERENCES

TUK 2021: Martha Clevenland-Innez on Blended learning
TUK 2020: Keri Facer on Rethinking education - cancelled due to pandemic 
TUK 2019: Åsa Nilsonne on Pedagogy and emotions
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

Last modified: 2022-01-19