04 October 2016

 04 October 2016
Tuesday 04 October – ASEM Forum on Lifelong Learning
0800-0900Registration in the Foyer of A220 Festsal
0815Departure from Wakeup Hotel Copenhagen to Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Copenhagen
Morning Plenary Session in A220 Festsal, Building A, 2nd floor
0900-0905Welcome and Introduction, Chair, ASEM LLL Hub, Professor Claus Holm
0905-0920Opening Speech by Head of Office, Danish Ministry for Children, Education and Gender Equality, Ms. Signe Tychsen Philip
0920-0935Opening Remarks by Deputy Director of ASEM Education Secretariat (AES), Ms. Enda Wulandari
0935-0945Opening Remarks by Representative of Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), Ms. Leonie Nagarajan
0945-0950Introduction to themes and profiles of the keynote speakers, Chair, ASEM LLL Hub, Professor Claus Holm
0950-1030Keynote 1: Professor Jørgen Ørstrøm Møller, Visiting Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore
The Education System – What to do?
1030-1100Coffee break in the Atrium, ground floor
1100-1140Keynote 2: Professor Mansor Fadzil, President at Open University Malaysia (OUM), Malaysia
Lifelong Learning in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges
1140-1200Open discussion with the keynote speakers. Chair: Claus Holm
1200-1230Press Conference at A401, Chair: Claus Holm
1200-1300Lunch in the Atrium, ground floor

1300-1445 Session 1: Four parallel workshops

1300-1445Workshop A at Room A401: Higher Education and Sustainable Development
Chair: Professor Maria Slowey, Dublin City University, Ireland
Higher Education for Sustainable Development?
A1. Associate Professor Claus Holm, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark
Blurring Boundaries between Higher Education and Vocational Education: The cases of Japan and Vietnam
A2. Professor Takao Kamibeppu, Fukuyama City University, Japan
Cross-national Patterns Associated with Adult Learning Systems: Patterns of participation, outcomes and coordination
A3. Associate Professor Richard Desjardins, UCLA, US

 

  
1300-1445Workshop B at Room A403: Preparing Educators for the 21st Century
Chair: Professor Dr. Regina Egetenmeyer, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
Educators Preparedness for a Lifelong Learning World (Educators at the transition and HNUE experience)
B1. Thu Quang Dinh, Centre for International Education and Training, Vietnam
Design for a More Dynamic 21st Century Education: Enhancing Teacher-Learner Relationship
B2. Professor Atanacio Panahon II, Ateneo de Manila University, The Philippines
Validation of Adult Educator´s Competence
B3. Professor Ekkehard Nuissl von Rein, German Institute for Adult Education Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning, Germany
Adult Educators’ Core Competences
B4. Professor Bjarne Wahlgren, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark
  
1300-1445Workshop C at Room A412: Assessment and Learning Culture
Chair: Professor Karanam Pushpanadham Ph.D, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India
Oral Assessment and Oral Communication Skills in An Oral Learning Culture
C1. Honorary Professor Dr. Gordon Joughin, Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning, Deakin University, Australia
Opportunities and Challenges for E-assessment: The contribution of the TeSLA project to improving trust in e-assessment
C2. Professor Roumiana Peytcheva-Forsyth, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Assessing Outcomes Based Teacher Education Program

C3. Professor Zenaida Q. Reyes, College of Graduate Studies and Teacher Education Research Philippine Normal University, The Philippines
Technological Support for Selecting Assessment Methods
C4. Associate Professor Inés Gil-Jaurena, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain
  
1300-1445Workshop D at Room A414: National Strategies for Future Learning Success
Chair:
Professor Bruce Wilson, Director, EU Centre at RMIT University, Australia
An Insight into Entrepreneurship Education in China: A Policy Perspective

D1. Haixia Xu, National Centre for Education Development and Research, Ministry of Education, China
Lifelong Learning in Cities. The growing importance of community learning places for inclusion, citizenship and social sustainability
D2. Associate Professor Roberta Piazza, University of Catania, Department of Educational Sciences, Italy
Big Data and Its Impact on Lifelong Learning Policy Building
D3. Professor Michael Osborne, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Making all People become The Full-member of The Society: New direction of lifelong learning policy and activities in Japan
D4. Professor Makino Atsushi, University of Tokyo, Japan
  
1445-1515Coffee break

1515-1645 Session 2: Three parallel workshops

1515-1645Workshop E at Room A401: Educational Challenges for E-learning
Chair: Professor Taerim Lee, Korea National Open University, Korea
E-Learning and 21st Century Competences
E1. Professor Bowon Kim, Korea National Open University, Korea
Cross-Border Innovation Competences: What future global entrepreneurs need to learn – insights from a European comparative study

E2. Professor Jan M. Pawlowski, Uniersity of Jyvaskyla, Finland
MOOC as a Testbed for Next-Generation Digital Lifelong Learning Infrastructure
E3. Professor Tsuneo Yamada, Open University of Japan, Japan
Frustrating or Frictionless: Diversity in Asian and European perceptions of authority in MOOCs
E4. Professor Cathrine Hasse, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark
1515-1645Workshop F at Room A403: Core Competences for an Unknown Future
Chair: Associate Professor Lena Lindenskov, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark
Competencies and Skills to cope with Diversity and Professionalization: Pointers from some recent discussions
F1. Professor Steffi Robak, University of Hannover, Germany and Heribert Heinzen, DVV International, Germany
Models of Partnership and Collaboration in Work-based and -related Learning in Higher Education
F2. Dr. Muir Houston, School of Education College of Social Sciences University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Self-awareness and Personal Development: The Core Competencies for an Unknown Future
F3. Professor Saemah Rahman, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
1515-1645Workshop G at Room A412: Workplace as Learning Space
Chair:
Professor Dr Karen Evans, University of London, Institute of Education, United Kingdom
Displaced Research: How to conceive and shape learning spaces within transnational and trans-disciplinary research networks
G1. Assistant Professor Katharina Lunardon, University of Innsbruck, Austria; Associate Professor Dr. Chompoonuh K. Permpoonwiat, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand and Senior Scientist & Lecturer Dr. Pier Paolo Pasqualoni, University of Applied Sciences Tyrol, Innsbruck, Austria
Lifelong Learning In and For a Digitized Economy – A Connectivity Perspective
G2. Professor Annette Ostendorff, University of Innsbruck, Austria
The Potential of Formative Assessment at Work
G3. Dr. Helen Bound, Institute of Adult Learning, Singapore
Beijing VET Qualification Framework Reform for Lifelong Learning: A Bridge between Workplace Learning and School Education?
G4. Professor Yuan Dayong, The Institute of Vocational and Adult Education, Beijing Academy of Educational Science, China
1645-Departure from Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Copenhagen to Gammel Strand, Copenhagen
1715-1830Cultural Tour – Canal Tour of Copenhagen
1830-Departure from Gammel Strand, Copenhagen to Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Copenhagen
1900-2100Gala Dinner at Festsal A 220, Tuborgvej 164
2100-Departure from Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Copenhagen to Wakeup Hotel Copenhagen
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