Professors: Kai Hakkarainen, Jari Lavonen, Kalle Juuti and Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen
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Collective Creativity is one of the Maker@STEAM research seminars. The team situates to the research interest areas of education, society, culture, learning and interaction, within the Faculty of Educational Sciences.
Themes: Research projects and dissertations that are connected to maker cultures, collaborative designing, research on teaching and learning in school science, and digital learning environments at schools. Many of the projects are conducted in the frame of Design Based Research.
Seminars meet once a month in Wednesdays at 16–18 o’clock in English.
Professors: Anna Uitto
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Short description: Biology education and sustainability education are seminar themes in Maker@STEAM and they belong in the research interest areas of Learning & interaction and Education, society & culture within the Faculty of Educational Sciences.
Themes: Research ideas, projects and dissertations are connected to different topics of biology education research. Themes are conceptual understanding, teaching and learning in digital and out-of-school learning environments, inquiry and process-based teaching and learning, visualization and model construction in school biology, comparative curriculum studies, relevance of biology education, socio-scientific issues in genetics education, sustainability and biodiversity education. Both qualitative and quantitative research approaches are used.
Seminars meet once a month in Wednesday. Language Finnish or English
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An open philosophical seminar for all participants interested in pragmatism. The seminar will feature presentations by pragmatism scholars from the University of Helsinki and other higher education institutions.
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HelsinkiNode is a symposium and bi-monthly online seminar series funded by the Helsinki Institute for Social Sciences and Humanities (HSSH). HelsinkiNode promotes and enhances the use of network analysis in research on teaching and learning bringing together professionals from different disciplines to build new collaborations and initiate research applying network analysis.
The two-day symposium will be held at the faculty of educational sciences, University of Helsinki, in 6.-7.6. 2023.