Parallel sessions

Parallel sessions

Session 1: Wednesday 20 June, 14:30 - 16:00

 

Session 1A
Educating for interdisciplinary teamwork skills

Chair: Anita Iversen, UiT
Room: A31

1A-1: Developing Students’ Teamwork Skills and Challenges of Faculty Members
Bjørn Sortland
NTNU
Are Holen
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

1A-2: Teamwork and the transition to employment
Gunhild Lundberg
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

1A-3: Is it all about giving the control to the students? A toolbox for developing group work in shorter courses.
Svante Axelsson
Uppsala universitet

Higher ed.
 

1A-4: Running a company with a totally flat structure. What processes and collaborative competences are required?
Mads Simonsen and Bogdan Glogovac
Ducky

Company
 

 

Session 1B
Collaboration between higher education and work life

Chair: Inger Beate Pettersen, HVL
Room: A32

1B-1: BaneNOR and Experts in teamwork – what’s in it for us?
Håkon Andreassen
BaneNOR

Company
 

1B-2: Humanities in practice – answering to as well as challenging work life demands
Helen J. Gansmo
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

1B-3: Design Thinking, from theory to practice
Torhild Eide Torgersen
Design Region Bergen
Bente Irminger
UiB

Higher ed.
Organization
 

1B-4: Collaborative placemaking - the city as an urban space innovation lab
Kristin S. Næss
Trondheim kommune

Public sector
 

 

Session 1C
Symposium - Interprofessional education: INTERACT

Chair: Ingvil Øien, OsloMet
Room: A34

1C-1: Constructing Interprofessional Education: The case of INTERACT (Interprofessional Interaction with Children and Youth)
Camilla Foss
OsloMet
Liv M. Guldbrandsen
OsloMet
Knut Løndal
OsloMet
Inger Ulleberg
OsloMet
Nina B.Ødegaard
OsloMet
Ingvil Øien
OsloMet

Higher ed.
 

 

Session 1D
Teamwork competences that support innovation

Chair: Elli Verhulst, NTNU
Room: U35

1D-1: Integrating entrepreneurial skills in the course Experts in Teamwork
Elli Verhulst
NTNU
Nina H. Andersen
NTNU
Thomas C. Espenes
NTNU
Sigrid W. Brandshaug
NTNU
Marte Konstad
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

1D-2: How to improve interdisciplinary and innovation competences among bachelor of engineering students
Hanne Løje
DTU

Higher ed.
 

1D-3: Jumpstarting interdisciplinary collaboration with Design sprints
Vidar Tilrem
Kantega

Company
 

1D-4: How to fail with design driven innovation?
Bjørnar K. Reinertsen
FARA

Company
 

 

Parallel session 2: Thursday 21 June, 13:45 - 15:15

 

Session 2A
Educating for interdisciplinary teamwork skills

Chair: Steffen K. Johansen, SDU
Room: A31

2A-1: Rethink EiT 2017 at business academy Aarhus - Co-creation of common practice for master facilitators and tools for facilitation
Lea Sørensen
Business Academy Aarhus
Susanne Ø. Olsen
Business Academy Aarhus
Mette R. Olsen
Business Academy Aarhus

Higher ed.
 

2A-2: Supplementary Instruction - a student-active learning form
Roger Helde
Nord universitet
Elisabeth Suzen
Nord universitet

Higher ed.
 

2A-3: ‘Teachers in Team’ – facilitating student teachers’ reflection on teamwork skills
Ela Sjølie
NTNU
Alex Strømme
NTNU
Juliette Boks-Vlemmix
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

2A-4: Giving and receiving feeback: how hard can it be?
Gunhild Roald
NTNU
Ida M. Gabrielsen
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

 

Session 2B
Collaboration between higher education and work life

Chair: Svante Axelsson, Uppsala universitet
Room: A32

2B-1: A student perspective on collaboration between higher education and work life
Marte Bonnegolt
NTNU
Synne Adde Nordgård
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

2B-2: Challenging the curricular framework through guerrilla pedagogy and pedagogic intrapreneurship
Knut Boge
OsloMet
Petter Øyan
OsloMet

Higher ed.
 

2B-3: Corporate and students - When TrønderEnergi met Entrepreneur students from NTNU
Aleksander Nybøle
TrønderEnergi

Company
 

2B-4: Student contributions to accelerate regional business transformation – the green transition
Per-Erik Sørås
Trøndelag fylkeskommune

Public sector
 

 

Session 2C
Interprofessional education (healthcare)

Chair: Sissel Brenna, HVL
Room: A34

2C-1: Interprofessional learning in practice; alignment with the workplace
Anders Bærheim
UiB
Reidun L.S. Kjome
UiB
Sissel J. Brenna
HVL
Tiril Grimeland
UiB
Ane Johannessen
UiB

Higher ed.
 

2C-2: Does the nature of interprofessional education in health and social sciences foster a need for special tutor competencies?
Nanna Hauksdottir
UiT
Anita Iversen
UiT

Higher ed.
 

2C-3: Interprofessional psychogeriatric educational practice - the importance of professional boundary crossing to improve collaboration
Anita Iversen, Rita Jentoft
UiT

Higher ed.
 

 

Session 2D
Challenges in interdisciplinary teamwork

Chair: Ulla Haahr, BA Aarhus
Room: U35

2D-1: Interdisciplinary teamwork in the DigiFab project – the journey from start until now
Ingvild Jensen
Q3 Partners AS
Elli Verhulst
NTNU

Higher ed.
Company
 

2D-2: Creativity and structure in teamwork - a new course design for deeper learning outcomes
Anette Oxenswärdh
Uppsala universitet
Per-Arne Forsberg
Uppsala universitet

Higher ed.
 

2D-3: SULITEST – Sustainable Literacy Test. A measure for teaching sustainable development and interdisciplinary teamwork. Experience from NTNU
Charlotte S.E. Teigen
NTNU
John E. Hermansen
NTNU

Higher ed.
 

2D-4: Archives and libraries brought into the 21st century through interdisciplinary teamwork. Lessons learned and challenges to reflect upon.
Alexandra Angeletaki
NTNU

Higher ed.
Public sector
 

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