At the crossroads of artefacts, technologies, and pedagogies: Interactional pathways for learning and teaching

Mälardalen INteraction & Didactics (MIND) Research group is organizing a symposium on the 15th of June in Västerås. The theme of the symposium is “At the crossroads of artefacts, technologies, and pedagogies: Interactional pathways for learning and teaching”. Together with researchers from different universities in Sweden and Finland, we will discuss our ongoing research as well as future directions.
The symposium brings together projects that address the use of online translation tools, smartphones, telepresence robots, mobile observation tools, and other artefacts both in formal and informal learning environments, with a focus on micro-analysis of interaction.

Please send an email to olcay.sert[at]mdu.se by the 8th of June if you want to join us.

At the crossroads of artefacts, technologies, and pedagogies:
Interactional pathways for learning and teaching

Mälardalen INteraction & Didactics (MIND)
Research Group

15 June 2022
Venue: Västerås, U3-104
13:15-13:20
Opening

13:20-13:40
Nigel Musk & Sofie van der Meij

Critical strategies for selecting candidate translations in online translation tools in collaborative writing tasks

13:50-14:10
Silvia Kunitz & Ali Reza Majlesi

Exploring the use of smartphones in language cafés

14:20-14:40
Amanda Hoskins

The affordances of various artefacts for task-based interaction

Fika

15:00-15:20
Teppo Jakonen, Heidi Jauni & Olcay Sert

Achieving intersubjectivity of gaze in robot-mediated L2 interaction

15:30-15:50
Olcay Sert, Annaliina Gynne & Maria Larsson

Overt negative evaluation in classroom interaction:
Tracking its use through video-based observation, feedback, and reflection

15:50-16:30
Discussion & QA

Poster: At the crossroads of artefacts, technologies, and pedagogies:
Interactional pathways for learning and teaching

Published by Olcay Sert

I am a senior lecturer and associate professor at Mälardalen University, School of Education, Culture and Communication (Sweden).

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