Parallel sessions Thursday

Parallel sessions

Thursday 16 June

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10:15-11:15 Parallel session 1 – Professional development workshops

Session 1A: Design studios in higher education

Redesigning architectural design studios in higher education for an interdisciplinary era of environment-making.

Philippe Vandenbroeck1, Michiel Van Iersel1, Ellena Ehrl1, Panayotis Antoniadis1, Freek Persyn1
1ETH Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland

Session 1B: Assessing interdisciplinary collaboration

Meaningful assessment of interdisciplinary collaboration.

Ilja Boor1, Linda de Greef1
1University of Amsterdam, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Session 1C: Facilitating collaboration

How to facilitate collaboration in teams by insiders.

Lea Sørensen1, Jan Rohwedder1
1Business Academy Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark

11:30-12:30 Parallel session 2 - Research papers

Session 2A: Interdisciplinary teamwork in worklife

Drivers and dangers in interdisciplinary teamwork: A study in the utilisation of interdisciplinary teamwork in Danish SMEs.

Ulla Haahr1, Jesper Klintrup Nielsen
1Business Academy Aarhus, Research and Innovation Department, Viby J., Denmark


Growing x-disciplinary teamwork across established organizations and silo mentalities.

Liv Randi Hultgreen1, Ole Gunnar Dahlhaug1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Energy and Process Engineering, Waterpower Laboratory, Trondheim, Norway

Session 2B: Innovation and entrepreneurship education

Diversity and team performance.

Steffen Kjær Johansen1, Donna Hurford2
1University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Department of Technology and Innovation, SDU Global Sustainable Production, Odense, Denmark
2University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Centre for Teaching and Learning, Odense, Denmark


Aligning innovation and entrepreneurship education for graduates entering a VUCA work life.

Matthew Lynch1, Kari Håvåg Voldsund2, Øystein Stavø Høvig2, Nils Sanne1
1School of Economics and Business, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Ås, Norway
2Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), Bergen, Norway

Session 2C: Online collaboration

Being social online.

Nina Haugland Andersen1, Nina Tvenge1, Ela Sjølie1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim & Gjøvik, Norway


Innovative online collegial coaching. An Experts in Teamwork (EiT) virtual Community of Practice (vCoP) for EiT Village Supervisors (VSs)

Maria Azucena Gutierrez Gonzalez1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway

13:30-14:30 Parallel session 3 - Professional development workshops

Session 3A: Teaching entrepreneurship sustainably

Teaching sustainable entrepreneurship – Teaching tool example.

Siri Jakobsen1, Irina Isaeva1, Ulrika Persson-Fischier2, Elli Verhulst3
1Nord University, Norway
2Uppsala University, Sweden
3Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway

Session 3B: Quality assessment in higher education

“What if we just asked them?”: Group interviews in educational quality assessment

Jesper Kruse1
1Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark

Session 3C: Team reflection

Choose your own adventure! – A story-based approach to team reflection.

Eline Rødsjø1, Sondre Neteland1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway

14:45-15:45 Parallel session 4 – Research papers

Session 4A: Collaboration for circular economy

Facilitating transition towards product innovation – a proposal for a methodology to support the transition towards a circular ecosystem.

Els Du Bois1, Ingrid Moons1,2,Annouk Lievens1
1University of Antwerp, Department of Product Development, Antwerp, Belgium
2University of Antwerp, Department of Marketing, Antwerp, Belgium


Motivations and challenges in establishing circular biomass collaborations in a peripheral region: a sustainable development approach.

Siri Jakobsen1, Irina Isaeva1
1Nord University Business School, Norway

Session 4B: Interdisciplinary and university-industry collaboration

Students collaborating in interdisciplinary project groups: Do they engage in interdisciplinary collaboration and do they learn from it?

Mette Mari Wold Johnsen1, Maiken Spjelkevik1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway


Portfolio of university-industry interfaces for collaborative project-based learning activities across disciplinary and institutional boundaries.

Helen Jøsok Gansmo1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway

Session 4C: Group dynamics and skills in student project teams

Exploring low work commitment in active groups.

Are Holen1, Bjørn Sortland1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway


Groupwork self-efficacy in entrepreneurship students: How is it related to entrepreneurial passion and demography?

Fufen Jin1, Dag Håkon Haneberg1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway


Parallel sessions Friday

Friday 17 June

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10:15-11:15 Parallel session 5 – Professional development workshops

Session 5A: PEOPLES-centered education

PEOPLES-centered education – a method for collaborative & experimental learning

Hilde Van Dyck12
1University of Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Belgium
2Erasmus Brussels University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Brussels, Belgium

Session 5B: Belbin's team roles and group fomation

Using Belbin's team roles in forming groups and using students’ reflections to keep the groups together.

Svante Axelsson1
1Education developer, Vattholma, Uppsala, Sweden

Session 5C: Team reflection

Reflecting on reflection.

Håvard Engen1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway

11:30-12:30 Parallel session 6 - Research papers

Session 6A: Engaging students through co-creation

A comparative study of team dynamics within two hybrid interdisciplinary student courses.

Yu Wang1, Hamish Hay1, Andreas Amundsen2, Ares Terteully Ignoumba1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Architecture and Planning, Trondheim, Norway
2United Future Lab Norway, Ålesund municipality, Ålesund, Norway 


Exploring co-evaluation for an educational distance learning project assignment.

Sarah Rohaert1
1University of Antwerp, Faculty of Design Sciences and Antwerp School of Education, Antwerp, Belgium

Session 6B: Developing skills and competences in higher education

Creativity in engineering education through open-ended problems.

Nora Geirsdotter Bækkelund1, Aina Isdal Haugland1, Jan Ove Rogde Mjånes1, Joar Sande1
1Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), Norway


Exploring a socio-ecological resilience perspective on individual sustainability competencies.

Jessica Klaver1, Dr Wim Lambrechts1, Dr Marjolein Caniels1, Dr Janjaap Semeijn1
1Open University of the Netherlands, Heerlen, Netherlands

Session 6C: Facilitating learning - the teacher perspective

The value of feedback and exploring personal histories in the training of teaching assistants.

Martha Anderson1, Hanne Charlotte Helgesen1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway


Towards enhancing student learning through improving teaching activities in an interdisciplinary context – Lessons learned and the way forward.

Erjon Zoto1, Jia-Chun Lin1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, Gjøvik, Norway

13:30-14:30 Parallel session 7 – Research papers

Session 7A: Digital and face-to-face collaborative learning in health care education

Student active learning across Fjords and Mountains. Digital and face-to-face collaborative learning including different campuses and study programs.

Kjersti Natvig Antonsen2, Marit Stuedahl2, Dr. Randi Stokke1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Center for Care Research, Department of Health Sciences, Gjøvik, Norway
2Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Public Health and Nursing, Trondheim, Norway


Session 7B: Group dynamic and skills in student project teams

Team formation in an interdisciplinary course with focus on entrepreneurship.

Hanne Løje1
1Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Ballerup, Denmark

Having to and having fun: Enablers of learning to collaborate in higher education.

Mette Mari Wold Johnsen1, Ela Sjølie1
1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway

Time and place

Time & place
Conference dates:
16-17 June 2022
Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel
Kjøpmannsgata 73
7010 Trondheim

Hosted by NTNU


The Nordic Experts in Teams Network

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