10 March 2015

 10 March 2015
Tuesday 10 March – Forum on Lifelong Learning
0800-0900Registration in the Foyer of Grand Nikko Hotel
Morning Plenary Session at MPF
0900-0905Welcome and Introduction, Chair, ASEM LLL Hub, Professor Claus Holm
0905-0920Opening Speech by Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture, Dr Anies Baswedan
0920-0935Opening Speech by Ambassador Casper Klynge, Embassy of Denmark, Indonesia
0935-0945Opening Remarks by Ambassador Zhang Yan, Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)
0945-0950Introduction to the themes and profiles of the keynote speakers, Chair: Professor Claus Holm
0950-1030Keynote 1: Lifelong Learning as a Significant Mark of the 21st century
Professor Wing On Lee, Vice President, Open University of Hong Kong
1030-1050Coffee break at MPF Pre Function
1030-1050Press Conference at MPF Boardroom 1
Chair: Professor Claus Holm
1050-1130Keynote 2: Renewing the relationship between lifelong learning and work
Professor Dr Allie Clemans, Monash University, Australia
1130-1210Keynote 3: Inequalities in Adult Skills: Why Countries Vary so Much
Professor Andy Green, University of London, UK
1210-1245Open discussion with the keynote speakers. Chair: Professor Claus Holm
1245-1345Lunch at Fountain Café

1345-1530 Session 1: Four parallel seminars

1345-1530Seminar A at Sawangan 1A: Getting to Excellence and Quality. Chair: Professor Claus Holm, Aarhus University, Denmark
A1: The Effects of Lifelong Learning on Inequalities in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Skills
Professor Andy Green, University of London, United Kingdom
A2: Getting to Denmark: From N.F.S. Grundtvig to Francis Fukuyama
Professor Emeritus Ove Korsgaard, Aarhus University, Denmark
A3: The Upgrading Nation. Cultures of Lifelong Learning in Singapore
Associate Professor Søren Christensen,
Aarhus University, Denmark
1345-1530Seminar B at Sawangan 1B: Workplace Learning. Chair: Katharina Lunardon, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning
B1: Systemic challenges in Advancing WPL initiatives: Can we develop a coherent story
Professor Dr Helen Bound, Institute of Adult Learning, Singapore
B2: Workplace Learning for Development and Change
Professor Dr Karen Evans, University of London, United Kingdom
B3: Indonesian Experiences on Literacy for Life Skills and Entrepreneurship (LLSE)
Dr Ella Yulaelawati, Director General of Early Childhood Non-Formal and Informal Education MoEC
1345-1530Seminar C at Sawangan 3A: Assessment and Learning Cultures. Chair: Professor Simona Sava, West University of Timișoara, Romania
C1: Developing students’ feedback literacy
Professor David Carless, University of Hong Kong
C2: Assessment of prior learning – An efficient tool in a lifelong learning strategy
Professor Bjarne Wahlgren, Aarhus University, Denmark
C3: Using assessment in higher education to develop students’ judgment of their own work – now and in their future practice
Dr Gordon Joughin, Higher Education Consultant, Brisbane, Australia
1345-1530Seminar D at Sawangan 3B: Will MOOCs Revolutionize Higher Education? Chair: Professor Mansor Fadzil, Open University Malaysia
D1: MOOCs for Universalization of  University Education: Promises  and Prospects
Professor Dr Karanam Pushpanadham, The M.S. University of Baroda, India
D2: Beyond MOOCs: Recent Trends in Open Education
Professor Dr Jan Pawlowski, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
D3: MOOCs and Lifelong Learning in Emerging Asia: Tensions Between the Marketplace and Mythology
Emeritus Professor G. Dhanarajan,
Wawasan Open University, Malaysia
1530-1600Coffee break at Sawangan Foyer

1600-1730 Session 2: Three parallel seminars

1600-1730Seminar E at Sawangan 1A: What is the Point of Lifelong Learning? Chair: Professor Sumalee Sungsri, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University
E1: 10 priorities in lifelong learning of the future
Professor Dr Arne Carlsen,
UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning
E2: Comparing the development of lifelong learning policy: the cases of Singapore and Japan
Dr Kaori Kitagawa, 
University of London, United Kingdom
E3: Higher Education for Lifelong Learning, the Phase II: Universalization of Higher Education and the New Platform of Higher Level Lifelong Learning
Professor Dr SoongHee Han, Seoul National University, Korea
E4: What’s the point of lifelong learning? Narratives from the unskilled on drivers and barriers for learning
Assistant Professor Kristina Mariager-Anderson, Aarhus University, Denmark
1600-1730Seminar F at Sawangan 1B: Learning Cities. Chair: Professor Dr Syed Yusuf Shah, International Institute of Adult Education and Lifelong Education
F1: Big Data and Lifelong Learning
Professor Michael Osborne, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
F2: Harnessing the internet and social media to build sustainable learning cities
Peter Kearns, Special Adviser, Learning Cities 2020 Networks, Australia
1600-1730

 

Seminar G at Sawangan 3A: Digital Revolution in Higher Education. Chair: Professor Dr Mie Buhl, Aalborg University, Denmark
G1: Technology-enhanced formative feedback for lifelong learning: Emerging classroom practices
Professor Yang Min, Hong Kong Institute of Education
G2: Educational technologies in a globalised world
Professor Cathrine Hasse, Aarhus University, Denmark
G3: Restructuring Higher Education in the Digital Age
Professor Bowon Kim, Korea National Open University
1900-2100Dinner with Cultural Performances hosted by Ministry of Education and Culture, Republic of Indonesia at Kupu Kupu Amphitheater
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