You can find more information and the parallel session programme from beneath the programme.
The conference was held completely online via Zoom.


THE PROGRAMME IS IN UTC±00:00 (See the current UTC±00:00 time here)
(Download the programme as an .ics file for your calendar.)

10:00 AM ­
– 11:00 AM
Conference Q&A
Information Desk
+ questions and discussion:

Introduction of
the Finnish educational system, teacher education and craft, design and technology education
(10:00 AM
– 11:30 AM)
Presenting the Rauma Teacher Training School
+ questions and discussion
(10:00 AM
– 10:50 AM)
Research and Development Projects on the show
(10:00 AM
– 12:00 AM)
(10:50 AM
– 11:00 AM)
11:00 AM
– 01:00 PM
Welcome to PATT38
Opening words,
Get together in breakout rooms, Comment wall, Practical info & more!
Presenting CDT Teacher Education
+ questions and discussion
(11:00 AM
– 12:00 PM)
exercise 1

(11:30 AM
– 11:45 AM)
Educational Robotics on the show
(11:45 AM
– 01:00 PM)
exercise 2
(12:00 PM
– 12:15 PM)
Presentation of Journal Theme Issues of PATT38 Conference
(12:15 PM
– 01:00 PM)
Closing of the Conference
(12:00 PM
– 01:00 PM)
01:00 PM
– 02:00 PM
Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break
02:00 PM
– 03:30 PM
Parallel Sessions
S1, S2, S3
Parallel Sessions
S7, S8, S9
Parallel Sessions
S13, S14, S15
Workshop on Make Design Learning Visible
Formative Assessment
within Design and
Technology Education
(For those who have registered to the workshop)
03:30 PM
– 04:00 PM
Break for refreshments and Music Break for refreshments and Music Break for refreshments and Music
04:00 PM
– 06:00 PM
Parallel Sessions
S4, S5, S6
Parallel Sessions
S10, S11, S12
Parallel Sessions
S16, S17


Breaks with short and light physical exercises were offered for the well-being of the attendees. For them, The Rauma Teacher Training School’s PE-teachers provided our conference with two excellent physical exercise videos. The videos were presented during the two Physical exercise breaks and accounted for different types of movers to make the exercises enjoyable and accessible to a wide audience.

The PATT38 Sauna in Zoom and The PATT38 Coffee Room in Wonder offered attendees a chance to interact freely with both familiar and new colleagues alike. In Wonder attendees can also meet after the conference and form conversation groups organically in a virtual space. Link to Wonder will be in the version of Conference Guide that will be emailed to the participants and also in the linktree under the sensitive links (to which a password was emailed to the registered participants).

A video presenting the music education in the Finnish schools and its history through short excerpts and music was played during some of the breaks in its designated breakout room. The video was produced by the Semppu Ensemble ry, student’s hobby organization focusing on music here at the Rauma Campus of the University of Turku, and titled The History of Music in Finnish school system.




Conference Q&A – Information Desk

Moderators of the PATT38 Conference
On Tuesday 27th April
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM (UTC±00:00)

Test out your conference setup and get familiar with the Zoom software. The moderator team will be there to help you out. Alternatively you can go straight to the coffee room and have a chat!



Welcome to PATT38

Various speakers
On Tuesday 27th April
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (UTC±00:00)

Welcome greetings and opening statements from the conference and the conference partners. Opening discussion of the conference. General instructions for joining the online conference.

Welcome to PATT38: Professor Eila Lindfors, University of Turku, Chair of the PATT38 Conference

Opening statements:

  • Faculty of Education – Professor Jukka Husu, Dean
  • Teacher Ecudation Forum – Professor Jari Lavonen, Chair of the Teacher Education Development Programme
  • Department of Teacher education – Adjunct Professor Jaana Lepistö, Vice Director
  • City of Rauma – Dr. Sauli Ahvenjärvi, Chair of the Education and Culture Committee
  • PATT38 Community – Professor Marc de Vries, Chair of the PATT Community

Get Together Party in “Sauna” breakout rooms.


  • Presentation of the PATT38 Proceedings – Professor Mia Porko-Hudd, Chief editor of Techne Series and Juha Hartvik, Technical editor of Techne Series
  • Presentation of the PATT38 Abstract Book – Master student Arttu Korkeaniemi, Secretary of the PATT38 Scientific Committee
  • Presentation of the PATT38 Conference Kit – Master students Martti Lukka, Jenni Laaksonen & Jesse Jeskanen  
  • Tips for your participation in the PATT38 – Adjunct Professor Malla Rönkkö, Chair of the PATT38 Organisation Committee  
  • How to use Zoom – exercise – Master student Jesse Jeskanen, Chair of the PATT38 Moderation Team
  • Presentation of the Conference Guide – Master student Jenni Laaksonen, Visual specialist of the PATT38 Conference
  • Presentation of the PATT38 programme – Professor Eila Lindfors, Chair of the PATT38 Conference
  • Presenting PATT38 discussion space in Wonder– Master students Jenni Laaksonen & Jesse Jeskanen



Lecture + Questions and Discussion

The professor of craft, design and technology education Eila Lindfors
On Wednesday 28th April
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (UTC±00:00)

In the beginning of the second day the conference participants have an opportunity to join in a keynote lecture, held by professor Eila Lindfors (University of Turku), and discuss about the Finnish education system, teacher education and Craft, Design and Technology Education as a subject in the Finnish basic education. The Finnish Education system offers equal opportunities: it ensures education for all. There are very few private schools in Finland. Education from pre-primary to higher education is free of charge.Compulsory education ends  at the age of 18. Teachers are highly educated and strongly committed to their work. Craft, Design and Technology Education, started in comprehensive education in Finland in 1866, is available for all from early childhood education to 9th grade and in some schools up to 12th grade.

Welcome to get acquainted with the world famous Finnish education system! Finnish national core curriculum for basic education in short.



Educational Robotics on the Show

Presented by the City of Riihimäki
On Wednesday 28th April
11:45 AM – 1:00 PM (UTC±00:00)

Introduction to robotics as a strategic choice for the city of Riihimäki. Familiarizing with the everyday life of teachers and their students studying robotics. Lecture contains questions and discussion.

Riihimäki is a small southern Finnish city aiming to be a future centre of robotics education and knowledge globally — Riihimäki Robotics Valley. The city has already gathered recognition offering robotics education from early childhood and pre-primary education to higher education and succeeding in international robotics competitions. The city of Riihimäki also invests in technology in its region. During the presentation we will learn about the robotics as a strategic choice for the city of Riihimäki as well as the everyday life of teachers and their students studying robotics. Esa Santakallio, working as a Director of Robotics Development, with city’s robotics booster teacher Aaro Linnalaakso and students (secondary/upper secondry) will guide us to the exciting world of eduational robotics!

Read more about Riihimäki Robotics Campus


  • Esa Santakallio, Development Director, Robotics Campus
  • Aaro Linnalaakso, Robotics Teacher Coordinator, Harjunrinne school
  • Secondary and Upper Secondary Students


Riihimäki Robotics Campus is open to collaboration ideas and opportunities.



Presenting the Rauma Teacher Training School + Questions and Discussion

Presented by the staff of Rauma Teacher Training School
On Thursday 29th April
10:00 AM – 10:50 AM (UTC±00:00)

The Rauma Teacher Training School is a comprehensive school that operates under the University of Turku. The school serves as the student teachers’ training school and provides teaching to pupils from 1st to 9st grade. The school is located in the middle of the town, culturally and historically valuable Millhill, named by the local inhabitants. the Rauma Campus and the Rauma Teacher Training School are an important part of the faculty of the pedagogics of the University of Turku.

After a video presentation the staff of the Rauma Teacher Training School  will be there to have a discussion and answer your questions on the subject.



Presenting CDT Teacher Education + Questions and Discussion

Presented by the students and teachers of CDTE
On Thursday 29th April
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (UTC±00:00)

Introduction to Craft, Design and Technology Education (CDTE) in Rauma. What does the degree program include and what kind of learning and working environment it requires to reach the required knowledge and know-how to be a CDT teacher.

After a video presentation the students and teachers of the CDTE will be there to have a discussion and answer your questions on the subject.



Presentation of Journal Theme Issues of PATT38 Conference

Mia Porko-Hudd, Janne Beate Reitan and Kay Stables
On Thursday 29th April
12:15 PM – 01:00 PM (UTC±00:00)

Presentation of the following basic level 1 journals in which the Scientific Committee of the PATT38 Conference has agreed to publish articles in special issues:

  • Techne series – Research in Sloyd Education and Crafts Science
  • FormAkademisk – Research Journal of Design and Design education
  • Design and Technology Education: An International Journal



Research and Development Projects on the Show

Various presenters
On Friday 30th April 2021
10:00–11.50 AM (UTC±00:00)

Get acquainted with the current research projects. Short introductions and discussion for each research project.

Some of the Research and Development Projects on the Show:

FUTE — Education method and interactive toolkit that helps teachers and students use design thinking to build engaging learning experiences based on real-life scenarios and problem-solving.

INNOKOMP 20172020 — Innovation competencies: co-creation, digital modelling and multimateriality as factors renewing craft, design and technology.

INNOPLAY 20182021 — focusing on bringing child centered STEAM education to the levels from kindergarten to the second grade.

ChangeMakers — Star-ups for sustainable environment created by youngsters.

DigiYouth — Enhancing youth entrepreneurship with cross-border startups and digital technologies.



Closing of the Conference

Various presenters and speakers
On Friday 30th April
12:00 PM – 01:00 PM​ (UTC±00:00)

Summaries and closing words of the PATT38 Conference.

  • Opening words of the PATT38 closing ceremony by Professor Eila Lindfors, University of Turku, Chair of the PATT38 Conference.
  • Announcements of conference awards. Marja-Leena Rönkkö, University of Turku, Chair of the PATT38 Organisation committee. Moderators of the PATT38 Conference.
  • Leena Pöntynen, Technology Industries of Finland, Director in Education: Technology education and technology education research from the society viewpoint -some remarks.
  • Professor Marc de Vries, Delft University of Technology, Chair of the PATT-community: Technology education research in PATT38 – Some considerations and future views
  • Welcoming words to PATT39 Canada: PATT on the Edge -Technology, Innovation, and Education, Dr. David Gill, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Closing discussion of the conference and feedback.



Workshop on Make Design Learning Visible

Remke Klapwijk and Kay Stables
On Friday 30th April
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM​ (UTC±00:00)

Formative assessment has a huge positive impact on the learning process and is highly relevant for Design and Technology education and our PATT community. The workshop offers experience of the tools, insights about the research and discoveries from the pilots in different countries. Read more.

Participation is free for all who are attending the conference. Participants will receive a Digital guide and Toolbook of “Make Design Learning Visible”. Register for the workshop by sending a mail with your name to r.m.klapwijk@tudelft.nl.

The workshop host Remke Marleen Klapwijk is a Researcher and Innovator in the field of Science Education and Communication from the Delft University of Technology.

The workshop host Kay Stables is an Emeritus Professor in Design Education from the University of London.




PATT38 Parallel Sessions 27.–30.4.2021

This is the PATT38 Parallel Sessions timetable. The order of the presentation follows mainly the order which the papers are going to be in Tehne Series Sections. Some paper presentations are not in the same order with the Techne Series because of world time zones and other necessary reasons. The abstract presentations follows the order in the book of abstracts.
Session Time of presentation Type of presentation Title of paper or abstract Authors
Tuesday 27.4. at 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM (UTC±00:00) 3×4 presentations
Session title: Evaluation and Assessment in Technology Education 1 Sec
Session chair: Alison Hardy, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Session vice chair:
Kay Stables, Goldsmiths University of London, UK
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Teacher’s assessment in programming – comparing teachers’ individual judgement criteria Björklund, Nordlöf
2:20 – 2:40 Paper Is it possible to reveal tacit knowledge with ACJ and RGT? Isaksson Persson, Hartell
2:40 – 3:00 Paper Towards a Student Systems Thinking Inventory: Defining ‘Qualities of Knowledge’ about Technological Systems Hallström, Klasander, Zetterqvist
3:00 – 3:20 Abstract Discovering the effect measurement variables for innovation projects Hero, Pitkäjärvi, Matinheikki
Session title: Technology Teacher Training 1 Sec VIII
Session chair: Rónán Dunbar, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
Session vice chair:
Tómas Hyland, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Preservice Teachers’ Perspectives on Modelling and Explaining in STEM Subjects: a Q Methodology Study. McLain, Mclain, Wooff, Irving-Bell
2:20 – 2:40 Paper Creative Pedagogy in an Undergraduate Creative Design Course Huffman, Zrada
2:40 – 3:00 Paper Internationalisation in Crafting Workshops. Experiences in an action research project, 2018-2019 Kiviniemi
3:00 – 3:20 Paper Experiences and competencies of final-year technology student teachers during their work-integrated learning: A longitudinal study. Grobler, Ankiewicz
Session title: Learning in Projects and Programming Sec VI
Session chair: Ari Alamäki, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Session vice chair: Eila Lindfors, University of Turku, Finland
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Students’ Goal Orientations during a Pedagogical Innovation Process Lindfors, Lundberg, Kuusisto
2:20 – 2:40 Paper Introducing Programming as a New Creative Material in Art and Design Education Hoebeke, Strand, Haakonsen
2:40 – 3:00 Paper A model for teaching systems thinking Engström, Norström, Söderberg
3:00 – 3:20 Paper A Canadian perspective on teaching technology Gill
Tuesday 27.4. at 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM (UTC±00:00) 3×5 presentation
Session title: Methods and Agendas in Technology Education Research Sec I
Session chair: Nicolaas Blom, University of Limerick, Ireland
Session vice chair:
Donal Canty, University of Limerick, Ireland
4:00 – 4:20 Paper Examining the replicability of contemporary technology education research Buckley
4:20 – 4:40 Paper The motivations and perceptions of practicing teachers undertaking technology education research Dunbar, Seery, Buckley
4:40 – 5:00 Paper Identifying past and current trends in technology education in Finland Niiranen, Rasinen, Rissanen, Ikonen
5:00 – 5:20 Paper Qualitative Anticipation to Forecast Employees’ Future Professional Competencies: Considerations from the Viewpoint of Education Huhtala, Lindfors
Session title: Makerspaces and Learning  Sec VII
Session chair: Rónán Dunbar, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
Session vice chair:
David Gill, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
4:00 – 4:20 Paper Student Teachers’ Views on Online Experiential Learning in Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) Piilikangas, Lindfors
4:20 – 4:40 Paper To teach and learn a technical vocational content – Ongoing research in Swedish upper secondary education Kilbrink, Asplund, Axelsson
4:40 – 5:00 Paper The relevance of trial-and-error Tönnsen
5:00 – 5:20 Paper Introducing maker-inspired technology in the Finnish craft subject – a case study from one school Borg, Porko-Hudd, Hartvik
5:20 – 5:40 Abstract #Satavärkkääjät – Maker/STEAM education project Suvikas, Ryynänen
Session title: Teacher’s Competence to Teach Technology 1 Sec IX
Session chair: Jan Ardies, Artesis Plantijn University of Applied Sciences, Belgium
Session vice chair:
Charlotta Nordlöf, Linköping University, Sweden
4:00 – 4:20 Abstract Material technology competence of novice teachers Ryynänen
4:20 – 4:40 Paper Preschool heads’ perceptions of technology and technology education Sundqvist, Nilsson
4:40 – 5:00 Paper Technology teachers’ perceptions of models in technology education Citrohn, Svensson
5:00 – 5:20 Paper Teaching modelling using digital design tools: Experiences of secondary school technology teachers Brink, Kilbrink, Gericke
5:20 – 5:40 Abstract Teachers new to technology, teaching technology? Rangarajan, Fox-Turnbull, Rinehart, Calder
Wednesday 28.4. at 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM (UTC±00:00) 3×4 presentations
Session title: Technological Literacy Sec II
Session chair: Wendy Fox-Turnbull, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Session vice chair: Maria Svensson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Competence goals towards responsible creativity? Review of the new Norwegian curriculum in Art and crafts. Lutnæs
2:20 – 2:40 Paper Promoting technological thinking: The objective and the means Pirhonen
2:40 – 3:00 Paper Exploring First Year Engineering Students’ Levels of Technological Literacy at Two Higher Education Institutions in the Western Cape Province, South Africa Luckay
3:00 – 3:20 Abstract Cultivating Engineering Literacy for All Students – An Introduction to the Framework for P-12 Engineering Learning Strimel, Grubbs, Hufmann, Gurganus, Sabarre
Session title: Case Studies: Models and Concepts Sec VI
Session chair: Jan Axelsson, Karlstad University, Sweden
Session vice chair: Nina Kilbrink, Karlstad University, Sweden
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Applying the 4C/ID-model to help students structure their knowledge system when learning the force concept in technology Ndiaye, Hérold, Chatoney
2:20 – 2:40 Paper Embedding virtual objects into the physical world: Studentcentred augmented reality concept design and development Alamäki, Dirin
2:40 – 3:00 Paper Spatial Visuliasation Skills of the Student Teacher Applicants. A case study in the Finnish CDT teacher education admissions Lehtinen, Lindfors, Huhtala
Session title: Teacher’s Competence to Teach Technology 2 Sec IX
Session chair: Charlotta Nordlöf, Linköping University, Sweden
Session vice chair: Jan Ardies, Artesis Plantijn University of Applied Sciences, Belgium
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Improving teachers’ cognition of academic language learning in technology education – A design-based research project between Flanders and South Africa Ardies, Ankiewicz, De Witte, Dierickx
2:20 – 2:40 Abstract Taking a psychometric approach to developing a tool for measuring values attributed to D&T Hardy, Dunn, Trigg
2:40 – 3:00 Paper Teachers’ attitudes to teaching introductory solid mechanics in upper secondary school Forsell, Norström, Engström
Wednesday 28.4. at 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM (UTC±00:00) 3×5 presentations
Session title: Systems and Engineering in Technology Education    Sec II
Session chair: Liz Reinsfield, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Session vice chair: John Williams, Curtin University, Australia
4:00 – 4:20 Paper The sensor that operate the door – College students’ mental models of everyday control systems Dagan
4:20 – 4:40 Paper Investigating the effect of engineering student’s spatial ability and expertise on general complex problem solving. Reid, Dunbar, Buckley
4:40 – 5:00 Paper Pupils’ Emotional Experience in Human-Technology Interactions Farrugia, Pule
5:00 – 5:20 Abstract Cross-generational ways of thinking about technological innovation in New Zealand: Looking towards international representations Reinsfield
Session title: Design in Education  Sec III
Session chair: Kaiju Kangas, University of Helsinki, Finland
Session vice chair:
Mika Metsärinne, University of Helsinki, Finland
4:00 – 4:20 Paper Using linkography to understand the social, conceptual and physical cognitive mechanisms during the design process Blom, Ferreira, Bogaers
4:20 – 4:40 Paper Fostering Creative Design Dialogue: A research based online catalogue of video clips van Dijk, Klapwijk, Smit, Savelsbergh, Dirks
4:40 – 5:00 Paper The Process Models of Design Thinking – A Literature Review and Consideration from the Perspective of Craft, Design and Technology Education Grönman, Lindfors
5:00 – 5:20 Paper Developing Student Agency to Support Student Application and Implementation of Design Thinking Mapuana Kaui, Kahoʻohanohano Victor, Kamalani Doria
5:20 – 5:40 Abstract Remote co-development of a design education toolkit for children in rural Kenya Westerhof, Gielen, van Boeijen, Jowi
Session title: Technology Education in Early Childhood 1 Sec IV
Session chair: Marja-Leena Rönkkö, University of Turku, Finland
Session vice chair: Virpi Yliverronen, University of Turku, Finland
4:00 – 4:20 Paper Technology content and concepts in preschool teaching practice – a practice-based collaboration. Svensson, von Otter, Larsson, Williams, Sagar
4:20 – 4:40 Paper Outdoor environment in technology learning in pre-primary education: A narrative review Lindfors, Rönkkö, Kiviranta, Yliverronen, Tanhuanpää, Grönman
4:40 – 5:00 Abstract Three case studies in the use of new technology as a part of the arts educational studies in teacher education Ruokonen
5:00 – 5:20 Paper Designerly play and the mud pool; Using designerly play as a lens to view young children experiencing Forest School Ollif-Cooper, Raymond, Lawler, Stables
Thursday 29.4. at 2:00PM – 3:30PM (UTC±00:00) 3×4 presentations
Session title: Design and Technology Curricula Sec III
Session chair: Kati Sormunen, University of Helsinki, Finland
Session vice chair: Noora Bosch, University of Helsinki, Finland
2:00 – 2:20 Paper Societal aspects of technology – an international comparison of curricula Stoor
2:20 – 2:40 Abstract DESIGN FUTURES: Combining Design Thinking and Maker Education in elementary education across Europe Veldhuis, Johry, Bekker, Conkic, Meamer, Safouri, Gaferi, Remotti, Bouros
2:40 – 3:00 Abstract The ‘teachwood training concept’ – a contribution to the implementation of practical technological learning in primary schools Tenberge, Gödiker
Session title: Evaluation and Assessment in Technology Education 2 Sec V
Session chair: Osnat Dagan, Beit Berl College, Israel
Session vice chair: Donal Canty, University of Limerick, Ireland
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Evaluating an Intervention to Improve Secondary Pre-Service Teachers’ Conceptions of Feedback in Technological Systems Hallström
2:20 – 2:40 Paper A conceptual framework for the design of features of quality in technology education Canty, Seery, Buckley, Dunbar
2:40 – 3:00 Abstract Goal Orientations and Self-assessment styles in a pedagogical innovation process – A case study in craft, design and technology teacher training Saarnilahti, Lindfors
3:00 – 3:20 Abstract Determining National Standards through Teacher judgment on the summative evidence of pupils learning Seery, Kimbell
Session title: Technology Education and Diverse Learners Sec VII
Session chair: David Gill, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Session vice chair: Rónán Dunbar, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
2:00 – 2:20  Paper Technological and Inclusive Education Schröer, Tenberge
2:20 – 2:40 Paper Safety Culture in Craft, Design and Technology Workshops -An analysis of safety documents in teacher education Leino, Lindfors
2:40 – 3:00 Paper Cutting occupational safety incidents as a precondition to teaching technology in special education Kaipainen, Lindfors
3:00 – 3:20 Abstract Girls’ engagement in technology – an initiative moving from theory to practice Sultan, Sannö
Thursday 29.4. at 4:00PM – 6:00PM (UTC±00:00) 3×5 presentations
Session title: Technology Teacher Training 2 Sec VIII
Session chair: Jeffrey Buckley, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
Session vice chair:
Clodagh Reid, Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
4:00 – 4:20 Abstract The Adaptive Subject Pedagogy Model – Empowering Student Teachers of Design & Technology Education to Create their own Pedagogy Morrison-Love, Patrick
4:20 – 4:40 Paper Estonian teachers’ understanding of creativity and facilitating creativity in Technology Education Soobik
4:40 – 5:00 Paper Links between Engineering and Technology Education Student Primary Teachers’ Views Fox-Turnbull, Docherty
5:00 – 5:20 Paper Tasks for mediating the process of knowing and learning to design and make Khunyakari
5:20 – 5:40 Paper The Mātanga project – Developing a self-sustaining model for technology teacher education for and within the New Zealand community Reinsfield, Fox-Turnbull
Session title: Technology Education in Early Childhood 2 Sec IV
Session chair: Marjut Viilo, University of Turku, Finland
Session vice chair: Assi Piilikangas, University Turku, Finland
4:00 – 4:20 Paper Investigative activities as a basis for integrating pre-primary craft, technology and science education Yliverronen, Kangas, Rönkkö
4:20 – 4:40 Abstract What is construction in preschool? Boström
4:40 – 5:00 Paper Escaping the dark side of technology via subject-ness. Sustainable technology education and holistic craft Varpanen Sec
5:00 – 5:20 Paper Design Feedback that Stimulates Children’s Creative Thinking: a Feedback Intervention Schut, van Mechelen, Klapwijk, de Vries Sec III
Friday 30.4. at 10 AM – 12:00 AM (UTC±00:00) 
Research and Development Projects on show Session 1
10:00 – 10:20 Project The K-ULF project Hartell, Brugge, Boberg, Kozma, Pears
10:20 – 10:40 Project ATSSTEM – project Hartell, Lennholm, Jonsson, Ampadu, Ferntoft, Persson, Björn, Lundin, Costello
10:40 – 11:00 Project Is it in the bin? Seeking authentic assessment in STEM Costello, Aral, Hartell, Lennholm, Kirwan, Girme, Brown
11:00 – 11:20 Project FUTE Grönman
11:20 – 11:40 Project INNOKOMP 2017–2020 Lindfors
11:40 – 12:00 Project INNOPLAY 2018–2021 Tanhuanpää, Kiviranta, Grönman
Research and Development Projects on show Session 2
10:00 – 10:20 Project Mobile technology classroom at Neeme School, Harju County Soosaar
10:20 – 10:40 Project Fostering metacognitive abilities for the development of the values of technological capability Grant, Dunbar, Buckley
10:40 – 11:00 Project Creative solutions for promoting multidisciplinary technology education – case OpiT! Clavert, Aarnio, Keto-Tokoi, Kangas, Niinimäki
11:00 – 11:20 Project ChangeMakers Rönkkö
11:20 – 11:40 Project DigiYouth Rönkkö
11:40 – 12:00 Project Book project, Teaching and learning about technological systems: Philosophical, curriculum and classroom perspectives Hallström, Williams

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