Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 04/Mar/2019
9:30am
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11:00am
Registration
Location: Piazza
11:00am
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11:15am
Welcome & Opening
Location: Aula
11:15am
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12:15pm
Keynote 1: Christian Lyhne Ibsen
Location: Aula

The Politics of Vocational Education and Training in the Digital Economy

12:15pm
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1:15pm
Lunch
Location: Piazza
1:15pm
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2:45pm
Symposium II: Facilitating the development and sharing of professional experience on online training platforms
Location: Room 214
 

Facilitating the development and sharing of professional experience on online training platforms

Chair(s): Vanessa REMERY, Giulia ORTOLEVA

Discussant(s): Alberto CATTANEO

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Computer-supported experience sharing: how can collaboration be enhanced through activity and interface design?

Giulia ORTOLEVA

 

Appropriation and interactions between users on a sharing professional experience platform for nurses : the case of Tuttis platform

Vanessa REMERY, Anais DATTNER

 

Design in use of an online platform for sharing classroom experiences in PE

Lionel ROCHE

Symposium I: Innovation through Permeability? Effects of the Changing Relationship of Vocational and Higher Education on Dual Vocational Education and Training in Germany
Location: Aula
 

Innovation through Permeability? Effects of the Changing Relationship of Vocational and Higher Education on Dual Vocational Education and Training in Germany

Chair(s): Jakob KOST

Discussant(s): Jakob KOST

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Effects of permeability on VET – an institutional approch

Barbara Hemkes

 

The German NQF 5 level (DQR 5) as a possible interface for vocational education and training and academic education

Christian Vogel

 

Dual higher education study and its effects on the didactical design of dual VET

Kim-Maureen Wiesner

 

Discussion: Innovation and structural conservatism - or the limits of permeability

Jakob Kost

2:45pm
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3:15pm
Coffee-Break
Location: Piazza
3:15pm
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4:45pm
Paper Session 1A: Policy in VET
Location: Aula
 

Trajectories of liberalization in collective governance: a comparison of short-track apprenticeship reforms in Denmark, Germany and Switzerland

Gina DI MAIO, Lukas Graf, Anna Wilson


Cooperation without partners? ICT training in collective skill formation systems

Lina SEITZL


Globalization, privatization and collective goods provision: The redefined role of the state in Austria’s apprenticeship system

Daniel UNTERWEGER


Stakeholders´ roles in VET in times of digitalisation – a German-Swiss comparison

Ute HIPPACH-SCHNEIDER

Paper Session 1B: Technology in VET
Location: Room 214
 

Video-annotation as a support for teaching practices analysis

Elena BOLDRINI, Alberto CATTANEO, Alessia EVI-COLOMBO


Exploring visual languages across vocational professions: Implications for education and the design of learning activities

Alessia Eletta Coppi, Alberto Cattaneo, Jean-Luc Gurtner


Using Hypervideo to support students’ reflections on work practices

Marco PERINI, Alberto Cattaneo, Giuseppe Tacconi, Francesco Tommasi


Observing like an expert: Effects of using annotations on apprentices’ gaze patterns and verbalizations

Alessia Eletta Coppi, Alberto Cattaneo, Catharine Oertel, Pierre Dillenbourg

Paper Session 1C: Quality in VET
Location: Room 117
 

On-the-job trainers, their trajectories as possible careers in dual VET system?

Roberta BESOZZI, Nadia LAMAMRA, Barbara DUC


Retention of Vocational Teachers in the United States: A Longitudinal Case Study of One University

Christopher John ZIRKLE


APPRENTICES’ PERCEIVED QUALITY OF IN-COMPANY TRAINING AND ITS RELEVANCE FOR LEARNING: A STUDY IN THE TECHNICAL AND RETAIL FIELDS

Matilde WENGER, Florinda SAULI, Jean-Louis BERGER


What constitutes the quality of training according to apprentices in the Swiss initial VET dual system?

Florinda SAULI, Matilde Wenger, Jean-Louis Berger

Paper Session 1D: International Studies in VET
Location: Room S006
 

New Models of VET to Assist Workforce development Projects

Isabel DILLENER, Marcel Ricou, Anthony Tyrrel


Dual vocational training for work: First experiences in Ecuador

Narcisa CAMACHO OÑA, Joan TEIXIDÓ SABALLS


A Case Study on Supporting and Hindering Factors for Apprenticeships in European Shoe Industry

Andreas SANITER


Skills Development in fragile context - an approach to bridge education and economic development

Stefan Wolf, Nicole RUDNER

6:00pm
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7:30pm
Social Programme

Bern - UNESCO Old Town Stroll 

Date: Tuesday, 05/Mar/2019
8:45am
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9:15am
Registration
Location: Piazza
9:15am
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10:15am
Keynote 2: Elsbeth Stern
Location: Aula

Educational Neuroscience: A field between false hopes and realistic expectations

10:15am
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10:45am
Coffee-Break
Location: Aula
10:45am
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12:15pm
Paper Session 2A: Skills mismatch, skills gaps and skills shortage
Location: Aula
 

Technological change and occupational mobility: A task-based approach to horizontal mismatch

Manuel AEPLI


Skill specificity of upper-secondary training occupations and the gender pay gap

Miriam Grønning, Irene Kriesi


SY 176: Dual higher education study and its effects on the didactical design of dual VET

Kim-Maureen WIESNER


Competence Development in a Digitised Work Environment and Possible Consequences for the VET Using the Specialist for Warehouse Logistics as an Example

Inga SCHAD-DANKWART

Paper Session 2B: Teaching and Learning in VET
Location: Room 214
 

An Overly Ambitious Project? Students’ Perspective on Theory-Practice-Transfer in Dual Higher Education

Philipp EIGENMANN, Jane OVELIL


Integrated Reading and Writing support in Vocational Education and Training

Joachim HOEFELE, Liana KONSTANTINIDOU, Stefan SIGGES


Educating for dynamic vocations: how to design responsive VET?

Loek FM NIEUWENHUIS, Aimee Hoeve, Femke Nijland, Hester Smulders, Haske Van Vlokhoven


Understanding Adult learners’ sense-making to inform pedagogical innovations in blended learning: Two cases from Healthcare and ICT Industries

Xiaofang BI

Paper Session 2C: VET Systems
Location: Room 117
 

Rising tide effect or crowding out—does tertiary education expansion lift the tasks of workers without tertiary degree?

Tobias Schultheiss, Curdin Pfister, Uschi Backes-Gellner


The Limits of Decentralised Cooperation: The Promotion of Inclusiveness in Collective Skill Formation Systems

Giuliano BONOLI, Patrick EMMENEGGER


Transition from school to work in the context of the Federal VET Certificate: Influencing factors and subjective reasons of premature interruption of training

Isabelle Bosset, Claudia HOFMANN, Barbara Duc, Nadia Lamamra, Kurt Häfeli


How the G20 countries are seeking to expand their apprenticeship systems: the roles of governments, unions and employers

Erica SMITH

Paper Session 2D: Migration and disadvantaged groups in VET
Location: Room S006
 

Critical aspects of vocational learning for second language learners. Results and analyses of two Swedish studies.

Ingrid HENNING LOEB


Learning to use technical and multimodal texts. A case-study in a French secondary vocational school in the field of car repairing

Laurent VEILLARD, Patricia Lambert


Migration and Skill Formation: Integration Pre-Apprenticeship in Switzerland

Annatina AERNE, Giuliano Bonoli

12:15pm
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1:15pm
Lunch
Location: Piazza
1:15pm
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2:45pm
Symposium III: Crises and reforms in vocational educational and training: a look from the past into the future
Location: Aula
 

Crises and reforms in vocational educational and training: a look from the past into the future

Chair(s): Lorenzo BONOLI

Discussant(s): Jürg SCHWERI

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The “first death” of the apprenticeship. From the crisis of the traditional apprenticeship under a master to the institutionalisation of the dual model.

Lorenzo Bonoli

 

Expansion and Consolidation - From Sputnik Shock to the Generalization of Vocational Training (1950-1980)

Philipp Gonon

 

The extension of the Swiss Vocational Education and Training System. Internal Consolidation as the Basis for Connectivity to European Education and Labor Market (1990-2002)

Lea Zehnder

 

Apprenticeships in Europe 2008-2030

Jörg Markowitsch

Symposium IV: Research on vocational didactics - Berufsfelddidaktik
Location: Room 214
 

Research on vocational didactics - Berufsfelddidaktik

Chair(s): Antje BARABASCH

Discussant(s): Phillip Gonon, Barabasch Antje

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Conceptualizations of teaching methodologies in vocational education: One general teaching methodology or specific teaching methodologies for different occupations?

Seraina Leumann, Anna Keller, Antje Barabasch

 

The call of the labour market to the vocational education

Janine Gut, Daniel Degen, Jürg Arpagaus

 

Resilience of vocational field didactics in Switzerland

Markus Maurer, Karin Hauser

 

Facets of vocational and learning field didactics (Berufs- und Lernfelddidaktik)

Philipp Gonon, Stefanie Dernbach Stolz

2:45pm
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3:15pm
Coffee-Break
Location: Piazza
3:15pm
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4:15pm
Keynote 3: Alexandra Spitz-Oener
Location: Aula
4:20pm
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5:50pm
Paper Session 3A: Education and wage effects
Location: Aula
 

Returns to Higher Professional Education in Switzerland

Fabian SANDER, Irene Kriesi


An analysis of medium-term labour market and earnings effects of university compared to higher technical education

Hector ESPINOZA, Stefan SPECKESSER


Do You Get What You Expect? Analysing the Consistency between Income Expectations and Returns to Training.

Marion THIELE, Caroline WEHNER

Paper Session 3B: Transitions and guidance in VET
Location: Room 214
 

From Dreams to Reality: Market Forces and Changes from Occupational Intention to Occupational Choice

Katharina JAIK, Stefan C. Wolter


The Effects of Praise for Intelligence on Students in Vocational Education

Jaap GLERUM, Sofie LOYENS, Remy RIKERS


Gender segregation in the field of social care - the relevance of gender for the transition to tertiary education

Belinda AESCHLIMANN, Ines TREDE, Marianne MUELLER, Joerg NEUMANN


Enhanced Inclusive Learning (EIL): Well-being, performance and perceived support (e.g. compensation for disadvantages) of adolescents with disabilities in upper secondary education

Claudia SCHELLENBERG, Annette KRAUSS

Paper Session 3C: Governance of VET
Location: Room 117
 

Reforming small occupations: continuity and change.

Carmen BAUMELER, Sonja ENGELAGE, Alexandra STREBEL


Making sense of decentralised cooperation. The case of Swiss organisations of the world of work.

Alexandra STREBEL, Patrick EMMENEGGER, Lukas GRAF


Vocational education and training for adults - standardised recognition and validation of prior learning

Evelyn TSANDEV, Patrizia SALZMANN


Validation of non-formal and informal learning at VET-schools – a Bremen approach to support unskilled workers by getting a formal degree (KofeBS)

Vivian HARBERTS

Paper Session 3D: VET in the professions
Location: Room S006
 

Inclusion in vocational education via VR technology in the case of automotive technics

Eckart DIEZEMANN, Tim Homrighausen, Jan Spilski, Felix Hekele, Dirk Werth, Simon Bender, Markus Schäfer


Further education in a demanding occupational field: the case of early childhood education and care in Switzerland

Manuela WALLIMANN, Michael GEISS


Challenges for VET in retail and bricklaying in a time of economic change and technological revolution

Alexandra FELDER, Kerstin Duemmler, Isabelle Caprani


Mobile technology in school-to-work transitions: Insights from health profession contexts

Christoph Pimmer, Urs Gröhbiel, Adomola J. Ajuwon

7:15pm
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10:00pm
Congress Dinner

Restaurant:

Goldener Schlüssel Bern

Rathausgasse 72

3011 Bern

 

Date: Wednesday, 06/Mar/2019
8:45am
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9:15am
Registration
Location: Piazza
9:15am
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10:45am
Paper Session 4A: Competence Development in VET
Location: Aula
 

Task composition and vocational education and training – A firm level perspective

Anett FRIEDRICH


Falling through the cracks – do employees without formal qualifications benefit from entrepreneurial competence management provisions?

Agnes DIETZEN, Klaus Troltsch


Imparting diagnostic competence to apprentices for car mechatronics – the TPACK model as a didactic response for VET teachers for car mechatronics?

Erika Edith GERICKE


Future Vocational education and training (VET) within restaurant- and food processing in Norway.

Bjorn EBEN, Halvor SPETALEN

Paper Session 4B: Technology and Integration in VET
Location: Room 214
 

A literature review of research on the merging of work- and school-based learning and teaching through computational technologies

Martin Dobricki, Alessia Evi-Colombo, Alberto Cattaneo


DIGITAL WORK TOOLS AND TASKS: FIRM-LEVEL EVIDENCE FROM GERMANY

Sabrina Inez WELLER


A Comparative study of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana: A lesson to learn from each other

Moses Makgato, Jerald Hondonga, Sylvia Ramaligela


Training activities of German companies: VET 4.0?

Regina FLAKE, David B. Meinhard, Dirk Werner

Paper Session 4C: Education Employment Linkage and Continuing Education
Location: Room 117
 

A Configurational Analysis of Vocational Education and Training Programmes: Types of Education-Employment Linkage and their Explanatory Power

Ladina RAGETH


Retention of skilled workers – the role of employer-supported continuing education

Marianne MÜLLER, Ines Trede, Jörg Neumann


Investigating the image deficit of VET: occupational prestige ranking depending on the type of education and the skill content of occupations

Aurélien ABRASSART, Stefan C. WOLTER

Paper Session 4D: International and Comparative Education in VET
Location: Room S006
 

Skilling India for the Future of Work

Sabeena Mathayas, Srikar Gullapalli


Workplace learning complexities and prospects: Ugandan agricultural vocational placement stakeholders’ empirical insights

Robert JJUUKO


Framing 21st Century VET with an Absence and Emergence Laminated System Analysis

Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Presha RAMSARUP


Curriculum change in uncertain times for TVET: dilemmas of an evolving education and training landscape in South Africa

Joy Cecelia PAPIER

10:45am
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11:15am
Coffee-Break
Location: Piazza
11:15am
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11:45am
Best Paper Award
Location: Aula
11:45am
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12:45pm
Lunch
Location: Piazza
12:45pm
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1:45pm
Keynote 4: Leesa Wheelahan
Location: Aula

A new start to VET? Rethinking vocational education through the capability approach

1:50pm
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3:20pm
Symposium VII: Integration of young Refugees into VET - Analysis of chances and challenges for success based on the German example
Location: Room 117
 

Integration of young Refugees into VET - Analysis of chances and challenges for success based on the German example

Chair(s): Mona Granato, Regina Dionisius

Discussant(s): Ursula Scharnhorst

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Task requirements and training motives of companies as reasons for training refugees

Christian Gerhards, Katharina Weis

 

The Transitions to Vocational and Educational Tarining for Young Refugees - Governance Structures and Local Cooperation

Sybille Stöbe-Blossey

 

Participation of Refugees in Vocational Education and Training in Germany: What could be the best way to integrate Refugees into the dual VET system from the perspective of vocational training experts?

Regina Dionisius, Mona Granato

Symposium V: Innovative video uses for VET purposes: addressing contemporary educational challenges
Location: Aula
 

Innovative video uses for VET purposes: addressing contemporary educational challenges

Chair(s): Simon FLANDIN, Alberto CATTANEO

Discussant(s): Alberto CATTANEO

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Video-supported collaborative learning: A literature review towards the identification of sound pedagogical models for conceptual thinking and professional development

José Ramos, Alberto Cattaneo, Frank de Jong, Sirpa Laitinen-Vaananen, Äli Leijen

 

"PassÉtudiants": using 360° video to design a learning environment for university students

Luc Ria, Cyrille Gaudin, Simon Flandin

 

Video-Annotation for Learning and Training: Trends and practical implications. A Systematic Review.

Alessia Evi-Colombo, Alberto Cattaneo, Mireille Bétrancourt

 

Video narratives in professional development: a case study with bailliffs

Juana Sarmiento, Germain Poizat, Marc Durand, Annie Goudeaux

Symposium VI: Research on vocational didactics - Berufsfelddidaktik
Location: Room 214
 

Learning cultures in enterprises and creativity development in VET

Chair(s): Lene TANGGAARD

Discussant(s): Antje Barabasch, Lene Tanggaard

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Performance measures and organisational culture: Metaphors a performance culture lives by.

Lene Tanggaard, Maria Lyndgaard Pedersen

 

Models of creativity and innovation for VET

Lubart Todd, Brandon Thornhill-Miller

 

Innovative learning culture in the Swiss telecommunication industry: Supporting creativity at the workplace.

Antje Barabasch

 

Creative Education and a Dignified Vocation Journey in the Hospitality and Service Enterprises

Brian LaDuca

 

 
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