Papers are classified into full papers (F), short papers (S) and posters (P). Presentation instructions can be found at presentation instructions.


Wednesday 20, 9:00 – 9:30. Room Salón de Actos

Keynote I

Wednesday 20, 9:30 – 10:30. Room Salón de Actos

How to be prepared to influence the instant knowledge generations to be engaged global learners
Jose G. Lepervanche Valencia

Session 1a. Mobility and OOC experiences

Wednesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Fred Lazin

(F) Participation of the students of Riga Technical University in the Olympiad in mathematics
Sarmite Cernaveja, Inta Volodko

(F) Effects of Mobility Programmes on University Students’ Academic Performance
Cristóbal González-Baixauli, Elvira Montañes-Brunet, Pedro J. Pérez-Vázquez

(F) Educational course “Basics of working with fans” as a factor in the objectification of perception of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and football fans in Russia
Victoria Alexandrovna Dihor, Nina Borisovna Serova, Dmitry Yurievich Narkhov

(F) Equity, Access, and Diversity through Short-term Study Abroad in Online Education Programming
Rebecca A Clothey

(F) International academic mobility: the attraction factors of Brazilians students in Spain
Luciano Kingeski, Jordi Olivella Nadal

Session 1b. Skill assesment

Wednesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Nathalie Vallet

(F) Acquisition of general competences using project-based learning
Paula M. Castro, Francisco Laport, Adriana Dapena, Francisco J. Vazquez-Araujo

(F) Competence-based learning and societal awareness: Building up experiences within the discipline of interior architecture
Nathalie Vallet, Inge Somers, Michel Corthaut

(F) Training and developing soft skills in higher education
Federica Cornali

(F) Responsible Research and Innovation: an opportunity to develop creative skills at Higher Education
Mar Carrió, Gemma Rodríguez, Núria Saladié, Gema Revuelta, Clara Vizuete, Carolina Llorente

(F) Pre-school Education Degree students´ prior knowledge and perception of digital competence
Rakel Gamito, Pilar Aristizabal, María Teresa Vizcarra

Session 1c. Learning and gamification

Wednesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Maria Limniou

(F) Traditional learning approach versus gamification: an example from psychology
Maria Limniou, Rosie Mansfield

(F) Implementation of game methods in the preparation of management personnel
Mikhail Vasilievich Vinichenko, Alexander Vasilievich Melnichuk, Sergey Anatolievich Makushkin

(F) New university experiences: intergenerational archaeological excavations as a participatory learning method
Miguel Ángel Valero Tévar, Nuria Huete Alcocer

(F) Iterative Design of a Gamified Course in High Education: deployment and evaluation
Johan P. Baldeón, Inmaculada Rodríguez, Anna Puig, Maite Lopez-Sanchez

(S) Giving Permission to Play in Higher Education
Andrew Walsh

(S) Mindfulness and gamification in the higher education classroom: Friends or foes?
Katia G. Karadjova

Session 1d. Students’ motivations

Wednesday 20, 11:00 – 13:15. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Carlos Turró

(F) The impact of a teacher´s motivational influence on pupils´emotional experience
Mariana Sirotova, Alzbeta Lobotkova

(F) How we have motivated students in sciences
Anne Uukkivi, Oksana Labanova

(F) Flipping the classrrom in courses of statistics: analyzing the feedback from students
Ana Maria Perez-Marin, Jordi Lopez-Tamayo, Manuela Alcañiz, Carme Riera, Miguel Santolino, Helena Chulia

(F) A study on assessment results in a large scale Flipped Teaching Experience
Carlos Turró, Juan Carlos Morales, Jaime Busquets-Mataix

Session 2a. Current competences

Wednesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Dries Vanacker

(F) Gentlestudent – The City as a Medium for Acquiring 21st Century Skills
Dries Vanacker, Lore Demedts, Hilde Van Puyenbroeck

(F) Defining a taxonomy of employability skills for 21st-century higher education graduates
Adriana Ornellas

(S) First-year business students’ entrepreneurial attitudes
Marja-Liisa Kakkonen

(S) Yes you can, follow your goals! Individual Coaching for female Computer scientists on career development
Silvia Förtsch

Session 2b. Game-based learning

Wednesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Lee Partridge

(F) Game-based learning supported by audience response tools: game proposals and preliminary assessment
Maximo Cobos, Miguel Arevalillo-Herráez, Esther De Ves, Sandra Roger, Miguel García-Pineda, Francisco Grimaldo, Ariadna Fuertes, Isaías S. Sanmartín, Emilia López-Iñesta, Juan Gutiérrez-Soto, Jose M. Claver, Maria Asunción Castaño

(F) Game-based learning in an Industrial Service Operations Management Course
Müge Tetik, Mikael Öhman, Risto Rajala, Jan Holmström

(F) Content review using Kahoot! with aeronautical engineering students
Vicente Albero, Carmen Ibáñez

(S) LBMGs as educational means. The case of The Fellowship of the Umbrella.
Davide Spallazzo, Martina Sciannamé, Ilaria Mariani

Session 2c. New teaching approaches (I)

Wednesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Sérgio Soares

(F) Duet Lectorials: An Engaging Approach to Interdisciplinary Teaching
Robyn Maree Slattery, Renea Anne Taylor, Christian Daniel Doerig

(F) Drawing as dialogue
Federico Alberto Brunetti

(F) From Time to Time: A Constructivist Approach to Sociality in Learning
Francesco Mancini, Tanja Glusac

(S) Nursing Relational Laboratory: Educational, dialogical and critical projet
Ana Torres, Sérgio Soares, Maribel Carvalhais

Session 2d. Learning models

Wednesday 20, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Patrick Flynn

(F) Deconstruction of prior knowledge and visual narratives in Computing pedagogy
Md Golam Jamil, Sakirulai Olufemi Isiaq

(F) Critting The Crit
Patrick Flynn

(S) Engineering Graphics Concept Inventory: Instrument Development and Item Selection
Kaloki Nabutola, Heidi Steinhauer, Steven Nozaki, Nancy Study, Mary Sadowski

(S) Initiating a Translational Bio-Mathematics Research Seminar for Undergraduate Students
Emma Turian, Lidia Filus

Session 3a. Education quality value

Wednesday 20, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Michael Niemetz

(F) Increasing Peer Review Quality in Online Learning Systems
Naemi Luckner, Peter Purgathofer, Geraldine Fitzpatrick

(F) On the Value of Pedagogical Assets
Maria Serna, Joaquim Gabarro

(F) External Peer Review of Teaching (ExPeRT) Portfolios for Promotion
Lee Partridge, Denise Chalmers

(F) Transdisciplinary Bachelor Course Connecting Business and Electrical Engineering
Thomas Fuhrmann, Michael Niemetz

Session 3b. Encouraging education quality

Wednesday 20, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Teresa Sánchez Chaparro

(F) A proposal to analyse the progress and difficulties of Higher Education teacher training
Elisa Navarro-Medina, Soraya Hamed Al-Lal, José Antonio Pineda Alfonso, Noelia Pérez Rodríguez, Olga Duarte Piña

(F) The Effectiveness of Different Levels of Activation in Higher Education
Paula Figas, Michael Sailer, Georg Hagel, Maximilian Sailer

(F) Increasing significance of external quality assurance in higher education: current strategies applied by European agencies
Teresa Sánchez Chaparro, Victor Gomez Frías

(S) Why recognising and rewarding excellent teaching in universities matters for students
Denise Chalmers

(S) A framework for the evaluation of educational development programs in higher education in Chile
Denise Chalmers, Beatriz Moya, Hector Turra

Session 3c. Educational technology (I)

Wednesday 20, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Maria Cutajar

(F) Student perceptions of a proposed generic e-Learning template aligned with the Engineering Council of South Africa accreditations template
Nicolaas Luwes, Leanri Van Heerden

(F) Using Wikipedia as a classroom tool — a translation experience
Robert Martínez Carrasco

(F) Digital scriptum – novel approach of student experiment preparation
Nikolas Roß, Robert Kuska, Iris Rieth, Sulamith Frerich

(S) Crowdsourced Recommender System
Mario Mallia Milanes, Matthew Montebello

(S) Impacting Networked Technologies on Teaching Practices
Maria Cutajar, Matthew Montebello

Session 3d. Facing higher education

Wednesday 20, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Veronica Sanchez-Romaguera

(F) A comparison of a first and third year UG enterprise unit: lessons from experiential learning and interdisciplinarity
Veronica Sanchez-Romaguera, Robert A Phillips

(F) ‘I use my time more wisely…’ The implications for learning and teaching in higher education of more ‘commuter students’
Liz Thomas

(S) In search of health evidence. Proposal for self-learning
José María Blasco-Igual, Enrique Sanchis-Sánchez, Pablo García-Molina, Evelyn Balaguer-López, Sylvia Georgieva, María Montserrat Sánchez-Lorente

(S) Non-Natural Born lecturers: How to survive teaching in Dutch higher education
Charlotte Oude Alink, Alberto Martinetti, Arma?An Karahano?Lu, Marije Hahnen-Florijn

Session 4a. Educational technology (II)

Thursday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Ziyu Zhou

(F) Digitization of Analog Phonic Archives in a University Lab: A Report on a Young Apprenticeship Initiative
Luca Andrea Ludovico, Giorgio Presti

(F) Learning Lab “Digital Technologies” – Concept, Streams and Experiences
Lars Brehm, Holger Günzel

(S) Educating designers through Materials Club
Ziyu Zhou, Valentina Rognoli, Camilo Ayala-García

(S) Teaching to teach with a LMS: the experience at University of Perugia
Maria Filomia, Valentino Santucic, Gianluca Vinti, Giovanni Maria Perfetto De Santis, Floriana Falcinelli, Giuseppe Frenguelli, Carlo Lorenzi, Alessio Moriconi, Donatella Siepi, Furia Valori, David Ranucci, Alfredo Milani, Massimiliano Marianel

Session 4b. Alternative devices in learning

Thursday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Vanessa Crump

(F) Self-learning through the PhysioExTM 9.0 simulator as a teaching tool in Veterinary Physiology. The opinion of the students.
Francisco Alberto García Vázquez, Cristina Soriano Úbeda

(F) Students’ motivation, concentration and learning skills using Augmented Reality
Daniel Sampaio, Pedro Almeida

(S) Game of phones: Integrating mobile technology into science and engineering classrooms.
Vanessa Crump, Julie Sparks

(S) LEGO blocks as a gamification tool
Pablo De Carlos Villamarín, Trinidad Dominguez Vila, Elisa Alén

Session 4c. Studying abroad

Thursday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Frederik Ahlgrimm

(F) The development trends of the main drivers for attracting students into the tertiary education sector in Latvia – distance learning and internationalization
Aleksandrs Skvorcovs, Tatjana Titareva, Graurs Igors

(F) Cultural competence: a key component for training global citizens
Amy B. Mchugh-Cole, Gabrielle Sarah Russell-Mundine, Rachael Freya Simons

(F) Why students travel abroad (and so many others do not): Exploring predictors and decision-making processes in study-related student travel
Frederik Ahlgrimm, Andrea Westphal, Sebastian Heck

(S) Integrating foreign higher education institution (HEI) students to Finnish working life
Pia Kaari, Anna Ollanketo

Session 4d. Active educational models

Thursday 21, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Diego Galego

(F) Active methodologies and teaching performance: a necessary relationship in the field of education
M. Isabel Luis, Tamara De La Torre Cruz, Jonathan Huelmo, M. Camino Llamazares, Esther Ruiz, Carlos Prieto, Carmen Palmero, Alfredo Jiménez

(F) Embedding Social Innovation in Latin America Academic Curriculum
Diego Galego, Waldo Soto, Gabriela Carrasco, Marlene Amorim, Marta Ferreira Dias

(F) A New perspective to the Process of Education/Communication in the Era of Digital Technologies
Paulo Cesar Sousa, Lucilene Cury

Session 5a. MOOCs

Thursday 21, 11:00 – 12:15. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Jose Antonio Belloch

(F) Grading versus Reliability: how Academia perspectives evaluation on MOOCs
Ana S. Moura, M. Natália D.S. Cordeiro

(F) Accessible C-programming course from scratch using a MOOC platform without limitations
Jose Antonio Belloch, Adrián Castelló, Sergio Iserte

(S) When the Massive Open Online Courses, MOOC, become Hybrid at the Open University of Mauritius
Gundeea Narrainen

Session 5b. Student learning evaluation

Thursday 21, 11:00 – 12:15. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Cristina Pardo-Ballester

(F) Effectiveness of bite-sized lecture on student learning outcomes
Noi Sian Koh, Swapna Gottipati, Venky Shankararaman

(F) A longitudinal study on language learning vocabulary in L2 Spanish
Cristina Pardo-Ballester

(F) Sharing system of learning resources for adaptive strategies of scholastic remedial intervention
Alice Barana, Luigi Di Caro, Michele Fioravera, Francesco Floris, Marina Marchisio, Sergio Rabellino

Session 5c. Educational strategies (I)

Thursday 21, 11:00 – 12:15. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Alexander Bartel

(F) Strategic Plan of Graphic Expression to implement BIM on a Degree in Technical Architecture
Amparo Bernal, Ángel Rodriguez

(F) Emendo – A Toolchain for Creating Gamified Learning Arrangements for Online Learning Settings
Alexander Bartel, Georg Hagel, Christian Wolff

(F) Scene Design: First as a Methodology then as a New Professional Field
Slađana Milićević

Session 5d. Entrepreneurship and employment

Thursday 21, 11:00 – 12:15. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Dimitri Prandner

(F) Who is even studying journalism to become a journalist?
Robert Moosbrugger, Dimitri Prandner

(F) Start It Up – Support for young entrepreneurship
Anna-Maija Torniainen

(F) Preparing students for service-learning and social entrepreneurship experiences
He Len Chung, Kayla Taylor, Caitlin Nehila

Keynote II

Thursday 21, 12:15 – 13:15. Room Salón de Actos

How might you ignite the generative potential in your educational design and in your student’s learning?
Patrick van der Bogt

Session 6a. E-learning education

Thursday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Matthew Montebello

(F) Student and instructor attitudes toward CALL and MALL in the L2 classroom
James W. Pagel, Stephen Lambacher, Hisayo Kikuchi, Sachiho Mori

(F) Realignment Course in Mathematics: design of an online valuable experience for students
Alice Barana, Alessandro Bogino, Michele Fioravera, Francesco Floris, Marina Marchisio

(S) Enriching Online Education through Differentiated Learning
Matthew Montebello, Petrilson Pinheiro, Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis, Samaa Haniya, Anastasia Olga Tzirides, Tabassum Amina, Duane Searsmith

Session 6b. New teaching approaches (II)

Thursday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Daniela Zehetmeier

(F) Improving the quality of learning in a blended learning environment for first-year biology
Angelique Kritzinger, Juanclaude Lemmens, Marietjie Potgieter

(F) Implementing Management Systems and Demand Driven MRP concepts: A Project Based Learning experience in Industrial Organization Engineering
Alaitz Kortabarria, Ander Elizburu

(F) Designing Lectures as a Team and Teaching in Pairs
Daniela Zehetmeier, Axel Böttcher, Anne Brüggemann-Klein

(S) Integration of TED-Ed Lessons and TED and TEDx Talks to Enhance College Classroom Instruction
Jose G. Lepervanche Valencia

Session 6c. Audiovisual tools for teaching

Thursday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: José-Víctor Rodríguez

(F) Successfully planning and implementing peer-to-peer lecture films – “Making it work”
Anja Pfennig

(F) Successfully planning and implementing peer-to-peer lecture films – “Making of”
Anja Pfennig, Jörg Maier-Rothe

(F) Audiovisual content as a learning aid for Business English learners: developing and validating a Matrix
Tiago Carvalho, Pedro Almeida, Ana Balula

(S) UPCT-Bloopbusters: Teaching Science and Technology through Movie Scenes and related Experiments
José-Víctor Rodríguez, Enrique Castro-Rodríguez, Juan-Francisco Sánchez-Pérez, José-Luis Serrano-Martínez

Session 6d. Education accreditation

Thursday 21, 14:30 – 16:00. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Giorgio Giorgi

(F) Medical Physics in Expertia Program
Francisco Javier Jiménez, Eduardo García, José Miguel Ponce, Marina Gascón, María Del Mar Puertas, Agustina Méndez

(F) Advanced teaching module for the course “Theory of Probability and Statistics” based on a recurrent test system with an incremental level of complexity and dynamical case studies
Ekaterina Pavlovna Mochalina, Galina Vladimirovna Ivankova, Oleg Veniaminovicha Tatarnikov

(F) Clinically relevant medicine label-based exercises: a friendly bridge between medicinal chemistry and pharmacotherapeutics
Giorgio Giorgi, María Del Carmen Bravo Llatas

(S) Analysis of two Leveling Courses in Chemistry: objectives, methodology, assessments and future prospects
Elena M Arroyo-De Dompablo, María José Ibáñez-González

Session 7a. Education assessment

Thursday 21, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Vicente Gonzalez-Roma

(F) Social class and university graduates’ overqualification: testing two mediated relationships
Vicente Gonzalez-Roma, Ana Hernandez, Juan Pablo Gamboa, Ines Tomas

(F) Factors Driving University Choice: A Principal Component Analysis on Italian Institutions
Mara Soncin, Giovanni Azzone

(F) Decoding the Disciplines in higher education institutions
Sandra Chistolini

Dmitry Yur Evich Narkhov, Elena Nikolaevna Narkhova, Yury Rudol’Fovich Vishnevsky

(S) Transforming assessment practices in a higher education institution
Carmen Tomas

Session 7b. Outside the classroom

Thursday 21, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Lorena D. Mathien

(F) The museum as an educational support in a Civil Engineering context
Alcinia Zita Sampaio

(F) Case Study: Use of Open Education Resources in Business Capstone
Lorena D. Mathien

(F) OERlabs: Empathy first, solution later?
Mathias Andrasch, Sandra Hofhues, Bence Lukács

(S) Outside the classroom: the participatory design workshop on Healthy City, Mixco, Guatemala.
Francesca Giofre’, Mario Raúl Ramírez De León

(S) Theatre teaches
Mariasole Banno, Andrea Albertini, Ileana Bodini, Sandro Trento, Valerio Villa

Session 7c. Innovative teaching materials

Thursday 21, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Kevin Norton

(F) The Exercise Science Toolkit: a web application for exercise and health science students
Kevin Norton, Lynda Norton

(F) Business French and Translation in the Era of Google Translate: Variations on the Action-based Approach in Language Courses
Snejina Sonina, Sylvia Mittler

(S) Introducing Voice Recognition into Higher Education
Toby Dittrich, Sequoia Star

Session 7d. Digital competences

Thursday 21, 16:45 – 18:30. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Anja Pfennig

(F) Developing Design Skills in Teaching 3D Modeling at the Pre-University Level
Vladimir Anatolievich Lokalov, Igor Viktorovich Klimov, Dmitrii Olegovich Makhlai

(F) Learning in the Era of Online Videos: How to Improve Teachers’ Competencies of Producing Educational Videos
Tomi Kauppinen, Yulia Guseva

(F) Cluster Analysis of Digital Performance in Educational Techniques in Conditions of EU
Eva Huculova, Lucia Solcova

Session 8a. Competency-based learning

Friday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: David Sanchez Peñaranda

(F) Flipped classroom and ICTs as the tools to reach key competences
David Sanchez Peñaranda, Carmen Naturil Alfonso, Francisco Marco Jiménez, José Salvador Vicente Antón

(F) Developing career management skills within a flipped course in Managerial Communication
Bruce Alexander Johnstone

(F) Procrastination: the poor time management among university students
Carmen Naturil-Alfonso, David Sánchez Peñaranda, Jose Salvador Vicente, Francisco Marco-Jiménez

(S) Action Learning in the neighbourhood of Benicalap (Valencia): an innovative teaching and learning experience in an International Development Master
Victoria Pellicer-Sifres, Alejandra Boni, Monique Leivas Vargas, Vania Wassel Antich

Session 8b. Learning experiences

Friday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Gareth Bramley

(F) A Grassroots, Practical Response to Student Belonging through Learning and Teaching Experiences
Rachel Wilson, Gabrielle Murray, Bronwyn Clarke

(F) Diverse Women Faculty Experiences Using Identity and Relational Concepts to teach Cultural Competence
Lashawn Williams

(S) Being there? A Collaborative Inquiry into Attendance
David Menendez Alvarez-Hevia, Janet Lord, Steven Naylor

(S) The intercultural competence of preservice teachers: An exploratory study
Denise Beutel, Donna Tangen

Session 8c. Evaluating student performance

Friday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Anna Lukkarinen

(F) Factors that Influence Student Retention
Aisling Devereux, Markus Hofmann

(F) Explanatory factors of student performance in online tests for the continuous assessment: Is attendance really important?
Ana Zorio-Grima, Paloma Merello

(F) Relationship between student guidance and academic achievement
Anna Lukkarinen, Paula Koivukangas

(S) University classroom interactive situation microanalysis: cognitive attunement and pedagogical interpretation
Isaac Calduch, Gabriel Hervas, Beatriz Jarauta Borrasca, José Luís Medina

Session 8d. Innovative applications for teaching

Friday 22, 9:00 – 10:30. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Leandra Yvonne Celaya

(F) Introducing Geosciences in a blended Education Master degree
Carme Huguet, Idael Francisco Blanco-Quintero, Martha Cecilia Henao Mejía, Francy Julieth Moreno Vela, Lizeth Andrea Chimbí Sanchez

(F) Developing Healthcare Leaders, Fostering Collaboration, and Facilitating Transformation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Practice-Based Synthesis Projects in a Global Executive Graduate Program
Leandra Yvonne Celaya, Daniel K Mueller, Samuel Robert Hernandez

(F) Vegetable gardens for educational purposes: a specific toolkit for didactic contexts
Claudia Mastrantoni, Martina Mazzarello

(S) Holistic Architecture for Music Education: A proposal for empirical research in educational situations
Rolando Angel-Alvarado, Miguel R. Wilhelmi, Olga Belletich

Session 9a. Higher education assessment

Friday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room Aula 0.1
Chair: Merel Van Goch

(F) Investigating the Colombian University System: What Does the Future Hold?
Ali Sakkal

(F) Creativity in liberal education before and after study commencement
Merel Van Goch

(F) Making It: Institutionalizing Collaborative Innovation in Public Higher Education
Sean Mccarthy, Audrey Barnes, Keith S Holland, Erica Lewis, Patrice Ludwig, Nick Swayne

Session 9b. Globalization programs

Friday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room Aula 0.2
Chair: Colin Borg

(F) The influence of globalisation and massification on public higher education in Malta: assessing the contextual realities
Colin Borg

(F) Transnational student consultancy – an integrated approach to business students’ learning
Veit Wohlgemuth, Tine Lehmann, Christina Saulich

(F) The MEM project: experiences, challenges and outcomes of an international double master-level degree
Roberto Montanari, Layek Abdel Malek, Paolo Andrei, Gino Ferretti, Simonetta Valenti, Luca Maria Mancinelli, Alessandro Bernazzoli, Eleonora Bottani, Joel S. Bloom, Fadi P. Deek

Session 9c. Learning for employment

Friday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room Aula 0.3
Chair: Tobi Thompson

(F) EMI Teacher Training at the University of A Coruña
Begoña Crespo, Angela Llanos Tojeiro

(F) Maintaining the diversity of the professional healthcare workforce through higher education qualification routes
Liz Thomas, Vicky Duckworth

(F) Preparing Effective Literacy Educators Through Professional Development
Tobi Thompson, Ingrid Massey

Session 9d. Educational strategies (II)

Friday 22, 11:15 – 12:30. Room Aula 0.4
Chair: Frank Van Splunder

(F) Teaching and learning experience in soil consolidation aided by computer software
García Ros Gonzalo, Sánchez Pérez Juan Francisco, Fernández García Martina, Del Cerro Velázquez Francisco

(S) Attitudes towards English in Cuban Higher Education. Recent Developments and Challenges
Frank Van Splunder, Geisa Dávila Pérez

(S) Layering Learning for Work-Readiness in a Science Programme
Marianne Mckay, Antoinette Smith-Tolken, Anne Alessandri

(S) Education for innovation: engineering, management and design multidisciplinary teams of students tackling complex societal problems through Design Thinking
Guido Charosky, Lotta Hassi, Luciana Leveratto, Kyriaki Papageorgiou, Juan Ramos, Ramon Bragos

Keynote III

Friday 22, 12:30 – 13:30. Room Salón de Actos

Development of thinking skills in higher education: Are we helping students learn how to think?
Cesar Ortega-Sanchez

Poster Session (I)

Wednesday 20, 16:00 – 16:45. Faculty Hall

(P) Statistics anxiety in university students in assessment situations
Dolores Frias-Navarro, Hector Monterde-I-Bort, Nuria Navarro-Gonzalez, Olaya Molina-Palomero, Marcos Pascual-Soler, Jose Perezgonzalez, Claudio Longobardi

(P) Introduction of BIM methodology in education: Concept and application
Alcinia Zita Sampaio

(P) Competency-based learning: Music education, the great forgotten
Ana Mercedes Vernia-Carrasco

(P) “Tug of war” Maths&Sport Project
Paola Magnaghi-Delfino, Tullia Norando

(P) Educational innovation in basic and advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation in pediatrics and neonatology in a realistic context
María Montserrat Sánchez-Lorente, Pablo García-Molina, José María Blasco, Evelyn Balaguer-López, Alejandro Tortajada Lohaces, Enrique Sanchis-Sánchez, Sylvia Georgieva

(P) Summative Peer Review of Teaching
Geoffrey Crisp

(P) Circuit simulators for circuit analysis in graduate engineering courses
Càndid Reig, María-Dolores Cubells-Beltrán

(P) Web visibility of Romanian universities – an analysis based on website analytics and social media data
Andreea Mirica, Iulia Elena Toma

(P) The higher education in modern russia as institute of cultural transfer and transformation
Elena Nikolaevna Narkhova, Dmitry Yur’Evich Narkhov, Ekaterina Gennad’Evna Kalyuzhnaya

(P) Increasing engagement and participation in a large, third-level class setting using co-teaching
Anna Logan, Ann Marie Farrell

(P) A critical view to current economic topics through an Online-Forum activity
Vicent Caballer Tarazona, María Caballer Tarazona

(P) The ISA Lab workshop: a Project based learning iniciative
Javier Orozco-Messana, Elena De La Poza

(P) Designing a programme for Sustainability in Vietnam: Smart Sustainable Vietnamese Cities, SSVC.
Elena De La Poza, Martijn Rietbergen, Javier Orozco-Messana

Poster Session (II)

Thursday 21, 16:00 – 16:45. Faculty Hall

(P) Autonomous Learners’ Metacognitive Awareness Development with the Help of Trello Board
Anna Kalizhanova, Bayan Ibrayeva, Margarita Ishmuratova

(P) Supporting lecturers to demystify learning in a science faculty
Ina Louw

(P) Graphical enhancements of the Virtual Programming Lab
Aidan Mooney, Emlyn Hegart Kelly

(P) Flipped Classroom at the Defence University
Jowati Juhary, Ahmad Fahimi Amir

(P) Information from Automated Evaluation in an Engineering School
Nicolas Serrano, Carmen Blanco, Francisco Carias, Enrique Reina

(P) Students’ Learning and Satisfaction In An Alternative Learning Centre In Malta
Antoinette Schembri

(P) A pedagogical response to the challenges of delivering collaborative probation education in online environments.
Laura Martin, Andrew Fowler

(P) Integration of gamification in a traffic education platform for children
Malik Sarmad Riaz, Ariane Cuenen, Davy Janssens, Kris Brijs, Geert Wets

(P) Results of the use of Kahoot! gamification tool in a course of Chemistry
José Bernal, Ana María Ares, Jorge Bernal, María Jesús Nozal, Francisco Javier Sánchez

(P) “I see students’ digital practices as an extreme impoverishment”: The Non-Use of the Competences Framework and Stigmatisation of Technology of Italian Secondary School Teachers
Yvonne Vezzoli, Valentina Pagani

(P) Comparative analysis of career choices by students in Latvia and the UK
Veronika Bikse, Inese Lūsēna – Ezera, Una Libkovska, Baiba Rivža

(P) Use of Software Tools for Real-time Monitoring of Learning Processes: Application to Compilers subject.
Francisco Javier Sánchez, Jorge Bernal

(P) Learning outcomes in the field of human resource management in business administration studies in the context of implementation of European Qualifications Framework (EQF) – examples from University of Valencia, Spain, and University of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Jose Rodolfo Hernandez-Carrión, Ivona Vrdoljak Raguž

Poster Session (III)

Friday 22, 10:30 – 11:15. Faculty Hall

(P) Asking is not enough. A research study on teaching qualitative interviews in Italy
Albertina Pretto

(P) Participation in International Telecommunication Projects for Intercultural Communication and Creating an English Authentic Environment Development
Anna Kalizhanova, Bayan Ibrayeva, Margarita Ishmuratova

(P) An experimental tailor-made ESP course: experience of teaching English to students of Economics
Anna Yurievna Shirokikh

(P) The Personality of a University Teacher from the Perspective of Academic Culture
Mariana Sirotova, Eva Frydkova

(P) Subtitling as a Teaching Tool for English for Specific Purposes’ Students
Paula Buil Beltrán

(P) Identifying the effectiveness of e-learning platforms among students using Eye-Tracking technology
Raluca Giorgiana Chivu, Luiza Maria Turlacu, Ivona Stoica, Andra Victoria Radu

(P) University students developing imaginative problem solving skills — The case of food engineering
José S. Torrecilla, Roberto Aguado, Antonio Tijero, Menta Ballesteros, Ana Moral, Miguel Lastra

(P) Forced vital capacity & oxygen consumption screening at students
Florin Mostoflei

(P) Internationalisation of a teaching experience: ToSCA UPC education for innovation workshop at UFPS, Colombia
Marta Adroer Puig, Carmen Xiomara Díaz Fuentes, Joan Lluís Zamora I Mestre

(P) Study-related Use of Instructional Videos by Undergraduate Engineering Students
Markus Hennig, Bärbel Mertsching

(P) NeuroBoricuas: a novel approach for incorporating neuroscience education in schools of Puerto Rico
Christian Bravo-Rivera, Manuel Díaz-Ríos, Ariadna Aldarondo-Hernández, Bermary Santos-Vera, Liorimar Ramos-Medina, María Inés De Jesús-Burgos, Héctor Bravo-Rivera, Aranza Torrado, Ernesto Cabezas-Bou, Fabiola Cruz-Lopez, Jennifer Colón-Mercado, Jose Otero-Rivera, Kimberleve Rolon-Reyes, Miguel Mendez-Gonzalez, Yancy Ferrer-Acosta, Astrid Zayas-Santiago, Flavia Tejeda, Amelia Merced, Zarcaly Quintero-Martinez, Alicia Landivar, Luis Colon-Cruz, Jonathan Crooke-Rosado, David Rivera-Aponte, Agnes Acevedo-Canabal, María A Sosa-Lloréns, Eduardo Quijano-Rivera

(P) Dyslexic students: from language learning to language testing
Margherita Pelleriti

(P) The Centre for Excellence in Teaching (CET) at Portucalense University: goals, strategies and expected outcomes.
Sandra Raquel Gonçalves Fernandes, Paula Morais, Diana Mesquita, Marta Abelha, Sara Fernandes, Ana Sílvia Albuquerque