EARLI 2015

 

Keynote Speakers

EARLI and the CUT Local Organizing Committee are pleased to introduce the EARLI 2015 keynote speakers! In this page you will find updates on each of the keynotes, including titles, abstracts and video highlights of the invited talks.

 

Keynote

Affiliation

Title of keynote presentation 

Location & Date

 

 Prof. Andreas Demetriou

demetriou

University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Department of Psychology

 

 

Educating the developing mind: Bridging psychological research with educational practice

(Abstract – Video)

 

     Rialto

Friday, 28/08

 

Dr. Anna Suedkamp

suedkamp

Technical University Dortmund, Germany

Rehabilitation Sciences

 

To err is human?

Accuracy and Inaccuracy in Teachers’ Perceptions of Students

(AbstractVideo)

 

   Mitropoli

 Wednesday,       26/08

 

Prof. Christine Howe

howe

 

 

 

 

   

 

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom  

Faculty of Education   

       

 

 

  

Dialogue and knowledge transformation: Towards a socio-cultural theory of cognitive growth

(AbstractVideo)

 

     Rialto

 Wednesday,       26/08

 

Prof. Clark Chinn

chinn

 

 

 
Rutgers University, United States

Graduate School of Education

 

 

Epistemic Design: Creating Learning Environments to Foster Epistemic Growth

(Abstract Video)

 

 Carob Mills

  Thursday,         27/08

 

Prof. Jane Oakhill

 oakhill

 

 

 


University of Sussex, United Kingdom

School of Psychology

 

   

 

Children’s difficulties with text comprehension: From research to practice

(Abstract Video)

 

  Mitropoli

 Thursday,         27/08

 

Prof. Leonidas Kyriakides

kyriakides

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

University of Cyprus, Cyprus

Department of Education

 

 

 

  

Improving Teaching Quality: A Dynamic Approach to Teacher Professional Development

(AbstractVideo)

 

     Rialto

  Thursday,         27/08

 

Prof. Marcia Linn

 Linn

 

 

 

   

 

University of California, Berkeley, United States

Graduate School of Education

 

  

  

 

Guiding Inquiry Teaching and Learning: Partnerships, Progress, and Prospects

(AbstractVideo)

 

Carob Mills

 Wednesday,       26/08

 

Prof.Tina Hascher

 Hascher

 

   

  

 

University of Bern, Switzerland

Ιnstitute of Educational Research, Department of Research in Learning and Instruction.

 

 

 

  

Well-being and academic learning

 (AbstractVideo)

 

 

  Mitropoli

Friday, 28/08

 

Prof. Yrjö Engeström

Engestrom

 

 

 

  

 

University of Helsinki, Finland

Center for Research on Activity, Development and Learning (CRADLE)

 

 

    

 

Expansive learning across time, space, and hierarchical levels

(Abstract – Video)

 

 


Carob Mills

Friday, 28/08