Program digital conference April 23 2021
|13,00 CET||Meet and greet with the board, ECO/TIG Leaders and other delegates – Let’s do the Five Finger Presentation!
|13,30||Opening speech by Mats Johnsson, ETEN president. Introduction of the ETEN board & secretary
|13,45||Keynote speaker #1: Hans Henrik Hjermitslev, Denmark:
‘Professional identity’Hans Henrik Hjemitslev will provide a glimpse on the history, function and identity of the Danish welfare professions. The presentation will focus on the development of the professional identities of public officers working in the social, educational and health sectors of the welfare state and how the establishment of this class of welfare professionals was closely connected to the building of the Danish welfare state after World War II. The identities and ethical values of the professions is associated with ideas of liberal democracy and human rights. However, since the 1980s the welfare professions have been challenged by the principles of new public management and the agenda of the so-called competitive state. Empirically, Hans focuses on Denmark while making a parallel with the history of most welfare states around the globe.
|14,25||Break out rooms – discussion
Shared document – Link to form in the chat
|14,40||Sum up by Hans Henrik Hjermitslev
|15,00||TIG meeting. Links to separate TIG meetings. To be completed!
|16,30||Keynote speaker #2 Helle Marie Skovbjerg, Denmark: ´Playful Learning in Higher education – a need for new concepts´
Based on the research project Playful Learning Research Extension this presentation will explore the concept of “play qualities” as a way to conceptualize play practices in higher education. The exploration of the concept will have two foci: First, play qualities are related to the acting, which means specific doings in learning processes. Second, those qualities are always qualities to somebody who are involved in the doings in learning processes. With the concept of play qualities as a way to design and understand play pedagogy within higher education, the potential of not polarize play and learning in unfruitful way is present, just as the possibility of creating a vocabulary which makes sense to the practices, which we want to design for and develop in higher education.Reading tip Play book2
|17,00||Discussion – breakout rooms|
|17,15||Conference teaser 2022 – Coventry University|
|17,25||Virtual Room Reception with local house wines, beers and soft drinks – ETEN sing along|
|17,30||The end – or just keep going!|
Link to meeting:
Mikkel Høgsbro to Everyone (5:50 PM)
GOOD EVENING SONG (Tune: The Muppet Show Song)
It’s time to ‘njoy your redwine
It’s time to zoom a song
It’s time to be together
Though the zoom is very wrong
If you are feeling sorry
If you are feeling blue
If you are close to crying
This is what you ought to do:
You ought to join the chorus
No one can hear your tone
Let’s sing and drink together
Even though we’re on our own
It’s time to drink your redwine
It’s time to sing this song
It’s time to get things started
Why don’t we get things started?
It’s time to get things started!
On this Inspirational!
On this lovely day it is TO-DAAAAAAY