Papers are classified into Full (F) and Short (S) paper presentations. Instructions can be found at presentation instructions. Access to the papers and the virtual rooms are provided in the private program page (from 17 June).


Tuesday 22, 9:00 – 9:30. Virtual room 1


Tuesday 22, 9:30 – 10:40. Virtual room 1

Competitions without Losers
Harry Lappalainen

Session 1a. STEM education

Tuesday 22, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 1
Chair: Leticia Quesada Vázquez

(F) Effectiveness of Automatic Formative Assessment for learning Mathematics in Higher Education
Alice Barana, Marina Marchisio, Matteo Sacchet

(F) Engaging Physics Tutoring: A didactical toolbox for teaching assistants (TAs)
Vira Bondar, Jonas Nuber, Manuel Zeyen, Guillaume Schiltz, Günther Dissertori

(F) Verification of the measuring properties and content validity of a computer based MST test for the estimation of mathematics skills in Grade 10
Emanuela Botta

(S) A virtual co-creation collaboration between a university physics research group and school students
Meirin Oan Evans, Rosalinde Abrahams, Darren Baskill, Zoë Earnshaw, Peter Golton, Kate Shaw, Thomas Stevenson, Mark Sutton, Stephen Wilkins

(S) Exploring Formative Assessment Possibilities: Building a ‘Teamwork Discourse’ with First-Year Engineering Students Online
Lauren Senna Fouché, Erika Müller

(S) Students’ Behaviours in using Learning Resources in Higher Education: How do behaviours reflect success in Programming Education?
Tai Tan Mai, Martin Crane, Marija Bezbradica

(S) Exposing undergraduate students to research: A Condensed Matter Physics case study
Yuriko Baba, Elena Díaz, Francisco Domínguez-Adame, Álvaro Díaz-Fernández

Session 1b. Learning and educational models

Tuesday 22, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 2
Chair: Riley Carpenter

(S) The relationship between self-efficacy and accounting students’ academic performance at a South African university
Riley Carpenter, Sihaam Shamsoodien

(S) Reverse Metadesign: Pedagogy And Learning Tools For Teaching The Fashion Collection Design Process Online
Daria Casciani, Chiara Colombi, Federica Vacca

(S) The HTR Model for Well-Being in Educating Community
Elena Falaschi

(S) Analyzing the use of linking words in concept maps designed for pathophysiology learning in medicine
Nuno Neuparth, Marta Fonseca, Beatriz Oliveira, Inês Canha, Hélder Dores, Madalena Pinheiro Santos, Vasco Cremon Lemos, Alexandra Verdasca, Mariana Branco, Ana Rita Póvoa, Pedro Carreiro-Martins, António Rendas

(S) From Business Agile to Agile Education: A Response to Change in Times of Pandemic
Luisa-Eugenia Reyes, Elena Fernández-Gascueña, Rocio Usero

(S) Autonomy in language learning: a case study with Italian as a second language
Maria Vittoria Lo Presti

(S) Curriculum transformation to address the Sustainable Development Goals: A holistic approach for embedding gender in higher education
Whitney Pailman, Jiska De Groot

(S) The tools related to mathematics teachers’ pedagogical reasoning: critical review
Kai-Lin Yang, Siska Nopa Br Tambunan

Session 1c. Online teaching environments

Tuesday 22, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 3
Chair: Victoriya Trubnikova

(F) Evaluation Systems in Online Environments
Ines Alegre, Jasmina Berbegal-Mirabent

(F) Using Online Forums to Promote Collaborative Learning in Introductory Programming Courses
Viera Michaličková

(F) Development and Evaluation of Online Approaches for Improved Kinaesthetic Learning in Science
Anna M. Scanlan, Declan Kennedy, Tommie V. Mccarthy

(S) New tools for online teaching and their impact on student learning
Carme Huguet, Jillian Pearse, Jorge Esteve

(S) Suddenly moving large classes online: Illuminating the experience of the teaching staff in one university
Mark Anthony Glynn, Ann Marie Farrell, Karen Buckley, Rob Lowney, Sean Smyth, Suzanne Stone

(S) Emotional training of online journalists via multimedia communicative projects linked to sustainable development
Ainara Larrondo Ureta, Jesús Ángel Pérez Dasilva, Koldobika Meso Ayerdi, Simón Peña Fernández

(S) Teaching in higher education during COVID 19 pandemic – Empirical findings and assumptions based on results of an online-survey in a European context
Patricia M. Schütte, Gert Van Der Sypt, Alexander Gabriel, Saskia Kretschmer

Session 1d. Innovative tools for teaching

Tuesday 22, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 4
Chair: Gabriella Aleandri

(F) HR scenario game: Learning human resource management in a virtual environment
Elina Riivari, Tommi Auvinen, Juhani Merilehto

(F) The Virtual Shoe Salon: A creative and active approach for teaching research and data analysis to fashion students
Naomi Joanna Braithwaite

(F) Light Bulb Moments in the Classroom: Probing Design Opportunities for Ambient LA Displays in Higher Education
Anouschka Van Leeuwen, Pengcheng An

(S) Arts-therapy as innovative educational strategy for embodied narrative, lifelong learning and inclusion
Gabriella Aleandri, Fernando Battista

(S) Wikipedia at the University: engaging students and teachers in open knowledge and collaborative work
Teresa Martín-García, Fernando Almaraz-Menéndez, Carmen López-Esteban

(S) Teaching Communication with Disabled Patients Using Case-Based Learning – Experience from practice
Lubica Juríčková, Kateřina Ivanová, Kateřina Azeem, Dagmar Tučková

(S) Training in higher education in the Covid-19 context: A case study of operation management training in a Business Innovation and Project Management Master
Gorka Unzueta, Jose Alberto Eguren

Session 1e. Experiences under Covid19 context

Tuesday 22, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 5
Chair: Jure Erjavec

(F) Teaching Design Thinking in times of COVID-19: an online learning experience
Guilherme Victorino, Roberto Henriques, Rita Bandeira

(F) Forced distance learning in Covid-19: peculiarities of the position of lecturers, students of IT and humanitarian specialties
Sabina Katalnikova, Diana Zagulova, Natalya Prokofjeva, Anastasija Špakova, Viktorija Ziborova, Alexander Averin

(F) Adapting your teaching during the pandemic? How social science research education adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic
Dimitri Prandner, Katrin Hasengruber, Matthias Forstner

(S) Online teaching in COVID-19 times. Student satisfaction and analysis of their academic performance
Beatriz Jiménez-Parra, Daniel Alonso-Martínez, Laura Cabeza-García, Nuria González-Álvarez

(S) Experiences from Transforming a Lecture “Communication Systems” from Presence to Virtual Format during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Thomas Fuhrmann

(S) Feeling in Covid Time
Maria Pilar Ribate

(S) Evaluation of a Higher Education institute’s Quality Framework performance during COVID-19
Paul O’Leary, Derek O’Byrne

Session 2a. Linguistics and language teaching

Tuesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 1
Chair: Marta Elena Alonso de la Varga

(F) ¿Y si usamos los dos? Attitudes towards Translanguaging in an L2 Spanish Writing Course
Gema López-Hevia, Sergio Ruiz-Pérez

(S) Socioeconomic status and university students’ perceptions of English as a professional language
Elvira Barrios, Luis Alejandro Lopez-Agudo

(S) When learning Italian as a Second Language, tourism and technology go hand in hand
Anna Zingaro, Cristiana Cervini

(S) Teaching English Pronunciation Online during the COVID-19 Crisis Outbreak
Leticia Quesada Vázquez

Session 2b. Learning and educational models II

Tuesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 2
Chair: Whitney Pailman

(F) From saying it right to doing it right: a model of pragmatic competence development
Victoriya Trubnikova

(F) Social Systems in Higher Education: Collectivities and Technology
Lucille B. Mazo

(F) Analogy-based Instruction for Effective Teaching of Abstract Concepts in Computer Science
Gopal Gupta, Pawan Saxena, Sanjay K. Singh

(S) Promoting Intergenerational Engagement Within the College Classroom: Faculty Training Needs
Afeez A. Hazzan, Kristin Heffernan, Jason Dauenhauer

Session 2c. Economics

Tuesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 3
Chair: Alice Barana

(F) Stakeholders in curriculum development – case of Supply Chain and Logistics programme
Jure Erjavec

(F) A learner-centered approach to design a Computational Finance module in higher education
Adamaria Perrotta

(F) Embracing the digitalization of research education? How social science research education was influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic
Dimitri Prandner, Katrin Hasengruber

(S) Use of Movies in an accounting class as a teaching technique to promote learning about financial reporting and ethical issues
Paloma Merello, Rubén Porcuna, Antonio Barberá, Luis Porcuna, Ana Zorio

Session 2d. Technology in education

Tuesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 4
Chair: Meirin Oan Evans

(F) Online teaching and learning: a year later what has changed?
Vitor Gonçalves, Bruno Gonçalves

(F) Assessing Database Development Skills using an On-line MCQ: Reflections on Test Design and Academic Integrity
Michael Lang

(S) Active learning in digital communications with low-cost software defined radio
Antonio Soriano-Asensi, Carmen Botella-Mascarell, Jaume Segura-Garcia, Sandra Roger

(S) Transition to virtual education at University of San Carlos of Guatemala 2020
Mario Ramirez, Olga Ruiz

Session 2e. Inclusion and other students’ problems

Tuesday 22, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 5
Chair: Gert Van Der Sypt

(F) Reducing the Individual, Institutional and Societal Harms from Student Drug Use.
Samantha Dick, Brian Dillon, Vasilis S. Vasiliou, Martin P. Davoren, Samantha Dockray, Ciara Heavin, Conor Linehan, Michael Byrne

(F) Cross-border Previous Learning Recognition: Enhancing Lifelong Learning and Social Inclusion
Helena Cobos Rius, Driss Boumeggoti, Josep Fortó Areny, Betlem Sabrià Bernadó

(S) Developing a shared syllabus template as a living document of inclusive practices in a teaching and learning community
Merel M. Van Goch, Christel Lutz, Livia M. Untaru

(S) Students from Portuguese Speaking African Countries in Portuguese Higher Education
Joyce Aguiar, Cristina Sin

Session 3a. Innovative tools for teaching

Tuesday 22, 16:30 – 18:00. Virtual room 1
Chair: Anna M. Scanlan

(F) DIADEMMA: A tool to promote peer-mentoring in Colombian higher education
Diego Ernesto Leal Fonseca, Ana María Vargas Betancur, Leydy Johana García Pineda

(S) Short Videos to Communicate Effectively to Engineering Students
Eduardo J. Arrambide-Leal, Vianney Lara-Prieto, Rebeca M. García-García

(S) Insights into academic feasibility at the KIT: a mixed-methods exploration of the department of mechanical engineering
Ines Langemeyer, Nadja Schlindwein

(S) Making the Abstract Straightforward: A Pilot of Immersive VR in an Allied Health Program of Study
Patrick Tod Colegrove, Tammy Westergard

(S) Students’ self-perceptions of mindfulness after learning mindfulness techniques in a professional skills course
Dara Dirhan, Alessandra Sarcona

(S) Group Formation-Finding-Your-Matching-Card in a Collaborative Learning Classroom
Su Liang

Session 3b. Technology in education II

Tuesday 22, 16:30 – 18:00. Virtual room 2
Chair: Joyce Aguiar

(F) Linking teachers’ facial microexpressions with student-based evaluation of teaching effectiveness: A pilot study using FaceReader™
Ruben Schlag, Maximilian Sailer

(F) graphed: A Web-Based Concept Mapping Application for Instruction and Research
Ioan G. Ionas, Mugur V. Geana

(F) Developing a technology enabled workflow to aid space layout communication for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder – A project case study
David Comiskey, Josephine Mcgoldrick, Shauna Donnelly

(S) Technology as gamification means in mathematics learning
Alién García-Hernández, Teresa González-Ramírez

(S) Considerations when using an Automatic Grading System within Computer Science Modules
Amy Thompson, Aidan Mooney, Mark Noone, Emlyn Hegarty-Kelly

Session 3c. Assessment, evaluation and students’ performance

Tuesday 22, 16:30 – 18:00. Virtual room 3
Chair: Diane Debacker

(F) Causal Attribution Habits and Cultural Orientation as Contributing Factors to Students’ Self-Efficacy: A Comparison Between Female Students in the United States and Saudi Arabia
Kerstin Hamann, Ronan L.H. Wilson, Bruce M. Wilson, Maura A.E. Pilotti

(F) Recent Advances in Academic Performance Analysis
Linlin Zhang, Kin Fun Li, Imen Bourguiba

(F) Evaluating Learning for the Multiple Constituencies of Higher Education: A Call for Action, A Call for Research
Diane Debacker, Jaclyn Dudek, Thanos Patelis, Neal Kingston

(S) Style features in the programming process which can help indicate plagiarism
Heidi Meier, Marina Lepp

(S) Expectations and outcomes: How technologies drive virtual teaching
Alexandre Kolomenskii, Hans Schuessler, Carlos Rodriguez

Session 3d. Sustainability

Tuesday 22, 16:30 – 18:00. Virtual room 4
Chair: Dimitri Prandner

(F) Sustainability and Communication in Higher Education
Denise Voci, Matthias Karmasin

(F) Teaching sustainability: How to visualize and change CO2 emissions and corresponding habits?
Lars Brehm, Holger Günzel, Andreas Humpe

(F) Learning sustainability by making games. The experience of a challenge as a novel approach for Education for Sustainable Development
Sara Cravero, Francesco Strada, Isabella Lami, Andrea Bottino

(S) A self-evaluation tool of sustainability concepts in higher education institutions courses
Elisabetta Venezia, Fabio Pizzutilo

(S) Fashion Design for Sustainability. A transformative challenge across the European fashion education system.
Erminia D’Itria, Federica Vacca

Session 3e. Learning and digitalization

Tuesday 22, 16:30 – 18:00. Virtual room 5
Chair: Samantha Dick

(F) Implementation of the BIM Methodology in the Architecture Degree: Experience of the Architecture School of San Sebastian
Eneko J. Uranga, Iñigo Leon, Aniceto Alberdi, Juan Pedro Otaduy, Leire Azcona, Lauren Etxepare, Iñigo Lizundia, Itziar Rodriguez, Maialen Sagarna

(F) The impact of the Covid-19 disruption on distance learning higher education students and activities
Maria Aristeidou, Simon Cross

(F) Exploring an Unfamiliar Space Reflections on the Socio-Psychological Aspects of Synchronous Online Teaching
Andrea Ochsner

(S) Students’ learning can be enhanced via Centres of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: A quick view all over the world
George Asimakopoulos, Thanassis Karalis, Katerina Kedraka

(S) Comparing Pre- and Intra-Covid-19 students’ perception of the digitalization of higher education institutions
Henning Brink, Sven Packmohr

Session 4a. Assessment and evaluation

Wednesday 23, 9:00 – 10:30. Virtual room 1
Chair: Oliver Niebuhr

(F) Do proctored online University exams in Covid-19 era affect final grades respect face-to-face exams?
Antoni Alegre-Martínez, Maria Isabel Martinez-Martinez, José Luis Alfonso-Sanchez

(F) Meeting diversity during the covid-19 pandemic in a fully online learning environment
Anja Pfennig

(F) Advancing higher-education practice by analyzing and training students’ vocal charisma: Evidence from a Danish field study
Oliver Niebuhr

(S) Promoting Inclusive Practice: Video CVs as a Teaching & Learning Tool in the Language Classroom
Jennifer Wood

(S) Assuring the Quality of the Course Learning Outcomes Assessment Process
Walid Ibrahim, Hoda Amer

Session 4b. Training professionals and entrepreneurs

Wednesday 23, 9:00 – 10:30. Virtual room 2
Chair: Paula Álvarez-Huerta

(F) Towards a transdisciplinary approach in the training of teachers: Creating procedures in learning and teaching in higher education
Sandra Saura-Mas, Asunción Blanco-Romero, Jaume Barrera

(F) Building an interactive platform for practical design projects between students and industries
Sheng Qiu, Shou-Xiang Jiang

(S) Born or made – Can interdisciplinary and intersectoral doctorate education create institutional entrepreneurs? A systematic review
Niamh Leniston, Nicola Mountford

(S) Assessment of Environmental Literacy
Henrique Vicente, Alexandre Dias, Margarida Figueiredo, Humberto Chaves, José Neves

(S) Impact of Text Discussions on the Professional Identity of Higher Education Students
Helena Prieto Sanz

Session 4c. Innovative tools and learning experiences

Wednesday 23, 9:00 – 10:30. Virtual room 3
Chair: Antonella Poce

(F) An Example of Innovative University Teaching and Learning: the Fashion-Tech Model of Integration
Livia Tenuta, Beatrice Rossato, Susanna Testa

(F) A case study on student perception of online lecturing
Domenik Wolff-Boenisch

(F) Digitising a Learning Activity: Challenges and Opportunities
Jowati Juhary

(S) Design principles for interdisciplinary collaborative learning through social, digital innovation
Carolien Van Den Berg, Belinda Verster

(S) Zoom data analysis in an introductory course in mechanical engineering
Hong Tao, Bohan Feng

Session 4d. Students’ learning experience

Wednesday 23, 9:00 – 10:30. Virtual room 4
Chair: Vera Ferro-Lebres

(F) Impacts of the socio-political instability in Hong Kong on university students’ learning experience
Henry T.Y. Fung

(F) Demola Co-creation Approach: The Students´ Perspective
Fernando Pereira, Cláudia S. Costa, Inês Barbedo, João P. Almeida, Juliana Almeida-De-Souza, Paula Cabo, Pedro Rodrigues, Rui Ferreira, Vera Ferro-Lebres, Ville Kairamo

(F) Educational quality and dropout risk: a causal analysis of the university dropout phenomenon
Inmaculada Pedraza-Navarro, Teresa González-Ramírez

(S) Fostering the resilience of graduate students
Colette Jourdan-Ionescu, Serban Ionescu, Francine Julien-Gauthier, Michael Cantinotti, Sara-Jeanne Boulanger, Dieudonné Kayiranga, Liette St-Pierre, Étienne Kimessoukié Omolomo, Eugène Rutembesa, Anne-Marie Moudio, Benjamin Alexandre Nkoum

(S) Tell me what you study and where you live! Exploring the role that these aspects play when choosing a university
Marta Retamosa, Ángel Millán, Juan A. García

Session 4e. MOOCs and e-learning

Wednesday 23, 9:00 – 10:30. Virtual room 5
Chair: Gareth Bramley

(F) The effect of an online active learning-based course on approaches to teaching
Mansurbek Kushnazarov, Crystal Jing Luo, Nicole Kwan Yee Lai

(F) Fostering Research and e-Learning-Communities’ Integration: a MOOC on the project DETECt.
Roberta Pireddu, Jan Baetens, Frederik Truyen

(F) Partnerships and Pedagogy: Transforming the BA Online
Clare Lloyd, Annika Herb, Michael Kilmister, Catharine Coleborne

(S) Designing Interactive Narratives for the Fashion System. MOOC and blended learning in a transdisciplinary design module
Angelica Vandi, Ilaria Mariani

(S) Factors essential for successful and sustainable e-learning
Ayanda Pamella Deliwe

Session 5a. Technology in education III

Wednesday 23, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 1
Chair: Ayanda Pamella Deliwe

(F) On an Architectural Concept for Didactics in the Context of Constructive Alignment
Axel Böttcher, Veronika Thurner

(F) Architecture and digital drawing tablets, bringing back human control over HAL
Gaia Leandri

(F) The effects of collaboration scripts on the number and quality of student interactions in a social annotation tool
Vincent De Boer, Howard Spoelstra

(S) Model for Profiler Agent during unexpected educational circumstances
Georgi Cholakov, Asya Stoyanova-Doycheva

(S) Suitability of Blackboard as Learning Management System to assess oral competence: Students’ perceptions and results
Ana Isabel Muñoz Alcón, Francisco Trullén Galve

(S) An Overview of a Blockchain Application in Education Using Hyperledger Project
Bouchaib Falah, Hamza Touhs, Soufiane Karroumi, Sameer Abufardeh

(S) Post-editing Machine Translation in MateCat: a classroom experiment
Katrin Herget

Session 5b. Health sciences education

Wednesday 23, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 2
Chair: Margarida Fardilha

(F) Emerging technologies for learning in occupational safety and health: the experience of the videogame “Becoming safe”
Emma Pietrafesa, Rosina Bentivenga, Sara Stabile

(F) Male infertility diagnostic laboratories during COVID-19 pandemic: development of a novel teaching/learning strategy
Joana Santiago, Pedro O. Corda, Margarida Fardilha

(F) Therapeutic communication skills in palliative care nursing education: an exploratory study using a role-playing tool
Carlos Laranjeira, Ana Querido, Catarina Afonso

(F) Novel implementation of experiential learning in health and wellbeing in a university setting
Maria Heffernan, Patricia Fitzpatrick, Amy Bermingham, Ross Neville, Nicola Dervan, Clare Corish, Celine Murrin, Brian Mullins

(S) ‘Face-to Face vs. Flipped’: A Comparative Study on Academic Outcomes and Learning Preferences in First Year Allied Health Students Undertaking Anatomy and Physiology
Lauren Wendt, Eugene Du Toit, Helen Naug

(S) Clinical Simulation in pediatrics and neonatology using EDISON: an educational innovation project
José María Blasco, Evelin Balaguer-López, Pablo García-Molina, Enrique Sanchis-Sánchez, Pablo Buck-Sainz-Rozas, Pedro García-Martínez, Manuel Ruescas-Pérez

Session 5c. Employability and Job market

Wednesday 23, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 3
Chair: Jennifer Wood

(F) Is it more than employability? Revisiting employers’ perception of graduates’ attributes
Patrícia Santos, Fátima Suleman, Teresa Pereira Esteves

(F) The practicality of curricula towards improved employability
Mercedes Aznar

(F) Support from Teaching Staff and Self-efficacy as Determinants of Students’ Perceived Employability: a Longitudinal study
Gerardo Petruzziello, Marco Giovanni Mariani, Dina Guglielmi, Rita Chiesa

(F) Human capital depreciation and job tasks
Sonja Walter, Jeong-Dong Lee

(S) A Qualitative Study of the Inclusion of Social Enterprise in the Entrepreneurial Education Curriculum
Robert A. Phillips, Michael S. Jones

(S) Required skills for employability in Portugal from graduates and students of the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB)
Vera Ferro-Lebres, Jéssica Marim Lopes, João Paulo Pereira, Helena Paulo, Jorge Humberto Sampaio

Session 5d. Mobility and intersectoral experience

Wednesday 23, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 4
Chair: John Hinck

(F) Pandemic Pedagogy: Assessing the Online Implementation of a Decolonial Curriculum
Shannon Morreira

(F) Organizing Events as a Tool to Develop Marketing Skills – the atUAliza.te Event Case Study
Ana Estima, Joaquim Marques

(F) PhD courses and the intersectoral experience: a comprehensive survey
Alexandra Kosvyra, Dimitris Filos, Nicola Mountford, Tara Cusack, Minna Isomursu, Ioanna Chouvarda

(S) Service-learning – Diagnostic technologies presented by Ph.D. students to help socially neglected people during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic
José S. Torrecilla, John C. Cancilla, Sandra Pradana López, Ana M. Pérez Calabuig, Manuel Izquierdo, Yolanda García Rodríguez, Edgar Antonio Reyes Ramirez, Kelvin De Jesus Beleño Saez

(S) Board game for the engineering students to promote interest in city infrastructure courses
Kristina Kokina, Linda Mezule, Anatolijs Borodinecs

(S) The impact of study abroad experiences on international students’ employability: a preliminary study on Chinese engineering students in US
Qian Huang

(S) Research development in doctoral education: role of languages and cultures
Susana Pinto

Session 5e. Innovative learning experiences

Wednesday 23, 11:15 – 13:15. Virtual room 5
Chair: Anja Pfennig

(S) Teaching experience: Inequalities in prices of drugs to fight against COVID-19
Cristina Vilaplana Prieto

(F) Designing active Maths for undergraduate STEAM students
Domenico Brunetto, Ana Moura Santos

(F) Monsters, fear and fun. Bringing creative methodologies into the higher education classroom to study children and childhood
Rosalina Pisco Costa, Beatriz Roque, Vanessa Carreira

(F) A Problem-Based Learning Implementation to a Psychology Course in Higher Education
Isabel Cuadrado, Andreea A. Constantin

(S) Evaluation and improvements regarding the implementation of Project-Based Learning within the Innovative Development program.
Hani Alers, Lisa Wichgers, Wilan Iris Loots, Tim Cocx

(S) How flipped classroom teaching methods in first year studying succeed
Anja Pfennig

(S) Teach Multivariable Functions Through Applications and GeoGebra
Maria Antonietta Lepellere

Session 6a. Teacher education

Wednesday 23, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 1
Chair: Inmaculada Pedraza-Navarro

(F) A Proposed Framework for the Growth of Online Learning Communities
Nevine Mahmoud Fayek El Souefi

(F) Exploring The Influence of COVID-19 on Initial Teacher Education in Malta: Student Participation in Higher Education
Suzanne Gatt, Charmaine Bonello, Josephine Deguara, Rosienne Farrugia, Tania Muscat, Josephine Milton, Lara Said, Jane Spiteri

(S) How it started/ how it’s going’: Aligning Teacher Educators’ designs, approaches and identities in our new online reality
Paula Antoinette Gowdy, Jaime Pizarro Aura, Danisa Thamara Salinas

(S) Getting to know you: Student-faculty interaction and student engagement in online courses
Jennifer Symonds Morrison

(S) Hiding in Plain Sight: Literacy Development Possibilities in Initial Teacher Education
Patricia O’Regan

Session 6b. Entrepreneurship and employment II

Wednesday 23, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 2
Chair: Colette Jourdan-Ionescu

(F) Contributions of the SocialNEET project to the development of skills for active life
Vitor Gonçalves, Juliana Costa, Arlinda Semedo, Sofia Bergano

(F) First-year university students entrepreneurial competence: Exploring the relationship between grit, creative self-efficacy and entrepreneurial self-efficacy
Paula Álvarez-Huerta, Inaki Larrea, Alexander Muela

(F) Personal Employability and employment outcomes in a university sample: a study before and after COVID-19
Inés Tomás Marco, Ana Hernández, Marija Davcheva, Vicente González-Romá

(S) Entrepreneurship, Higher Education and R+D in Mexico
Martin Ramírez-Urquidy, Alejandro Mungaray, Roberto Fuentes

Session 6c. Innovative learning experiences II

Wednesday 23, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 3
Chair: Robert A. Phillips

(F) Creating a Virtual Leader Development Course Using the Design Thinking Process for Innovation
John Hinck, Steven Davis, Justin Longmire, Jb Byrnes

(F) Collaborative mentoring to prepare doctoral students for college teaching
Lindsey B. Hogue, Kenneth Bleak, Tammy Abernathy

(S) Case Study in Project Management: A Vehicle for Business Curriculum Integration
Ameeta Jaiswal-Dale, Ernest L. Owens Jr., Abby Bensen

(S) Global Competency Through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
Jessica M. Harris, Minjung Seo, Joshua S. Mckeown

Session 6d. Skills and Competency-based learning

Wednesday 23, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 4
Chair: Shannon Morreira

(F) Measuring the Internet Skills of Gen Z Students in Higher Education: Validation of the Internet Skills Scale in University Settings
Ourania Miliou, Charoula Angeli

(F) Applying Physical Education Methods to Skills Teaching of Law Students
Jasper P. Sluijs, Herman Kasper Gilissen, Karin Van Look

(S) Professional development of in-training museum educators: an experience of curriculum improvement in time of a pandemic
Antonella Poce, Mara Valente, Maria Rosaria Re, Francesca Amenduni, Carlo De Medio

(S) Combining experimentation and reflection techniques in behavioral competency development programs: A learning approach based on journaling and peer coaching
Laura Cortellazzo, Sara Bonesso, Fabrizio Gerli

Session 6e. Innovative tools for teaching

Wednesday 23, 14:30 – 15:45. Virtual room 5
Chair: Josep Domenech

(F) My course is a series, and what is yours?
Jutta Pauschenwein, Wolfgang Kühnelt, Edith Podhovnik

(F) Proposal for an intelligent digital teacher’s textbook solution adapted to the Bachelor-Master-Doctorate system
Ulrich Hermann Semevo Boko, Bessan Melckior Degboe, Samuel Ouya, Gervais Mendy

(S) Charting the competency-based eportfolio implementation journey
Barbara Anne Nicolls, Maria Cassar, Corinne Scicluna, Sharon Martinelli

(S) Development of a learning pilot for the remote teaching of Smart Maintenance using open source tools
Maira Callupe, Luca Fumagalli, Domenico Daniele Nucera


Wednesday 23, 16:30 – 17:30. Virtual room 1

Teaching innovation: trends, challenges and opportunities ahead
Ana Zorio-Grima


Wednesday 23, 17:30 – 18:00. Virtual room 1