June 8-9, 2022

InnovaT International Conference: Innovative Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

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DATE

June 8-9, 2022

FORMAT

Hybrid

PLACE

Universidad de Piura, Peru

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Agenda

Building E (classroom E-205)
Time zone: GMT -5

8:20 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.

Welcome (remote English interpretation by Zoom)

  • Speech by Dr. Antonio Abruña, Rector of Universidad de Piura.
  • Speech by Prof. Doris Kiendl, Coordinator of the INNOVAT project.

8:45 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.

Plenary Session (remote English interpretation by Zoom)

  • Speech by Dra. Susana Vegas, Academic Vice Rector of Universidad de Piura.
    Keynote Lecture:
    “Innovation in higher education and sustainable development: criteria for articulation.”
  • Guest Speaker: Dr. Oscar Jerez, Associate Director for Higher Education, LASPAU – Harvard University.

9:45 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Coffee Break & Poster Exhibition

  • Poster Exhibition
    Language: English and Spanish | Face-to-face activity
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Exhibitor Poster Title Institution
Antoine Ruedisueli How to overcome the barriers when producing a MOOC or knowledge clips. Breda University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands)
Liliya Terzieva and Margo Rooijackers The Innovation Hackathon as an educational tool for experimenting and learning via working on real-life challenges for external case-owners. Breda University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands)
Andrea Pinto, Daniela Soto and Osvaldo Baeza Una innovación mediante la utilización de la Impresora 3D en la formación del Profesor de Matemáticas y Computación. El caso del cálculo del volumen de la esfera según Arquímedes. Universidad de Santiago de Chile (Chile)
Mónica del Carmen Sánchez Sanssoni EDUcamino – Formación Académica Solidaria. Universidad Católica San Pablo (Peru)
Gladys Orellana-Lepe Las competencias docentes del profesorado como elemento clave en la Educación Superior: innovar desde el diseño instruccional. Universidad Viña del Mar (Chile)
Liz Sandra Bernedo Flores Transformación en la enseñanza: herramientas tradicionales vs digitales en la realidad peruana. Universidad Católica San Pablo (Peru)

* Posters will also be pre-recorded and made available online.

10:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Presentations (Group A and Group B – Parallel Sessions)

  • Panel – Group A
    Language: Spanish | Face-to-face and hybrid presentations with zoom broadcasting
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Time Exhibitor Title of Presentation Institution
10:15 – 10:35 Karen Donoso y Priscilla Moena Experiencias de aprendizaje significativo mediadas por herramientas tecnológicas. (P) Universidad Viña del Mar (Chile)
10:35 – 10:55 José del Carmen Palacios Aguilar La historia como dispositivo de indagación. (P) Universidad de Lima (Peru)
10:55 – 11:15 Yohana Beltrán Incorporación de Metodologías Activas en la Consejería en VIH. (P) Universidad Austral de Chile (Chile)
11:15 – 11:30 Q&A
11:30 – 11:50 Tomás Atarama-Rojas and Margarita Mönckeberg Díaz Una experiencia internacional de aprendizaje colaborativo: desarrollo de un proyecto transmedia entre Perú y Chile. (H) Universidad de Piura (Peru) and Universidad de Los Andes (Chile)
11:50 – 12:10 María Alejandra Maldonado Adrián, Sara Betina Sousa Ferreira, Liz Sandra Bernedo Flores and Mary Hayes Colaboración Internacional en Línea como herramienta para la promoción de la investigación científica en alumnos universitarios de Perú, Chile y El Salvador. (H) Universidad Católica San Pablo (Peru) and Universidad Católica de La Santísima Concepción (Chile)
12:10 – 12:30 Q&A

*(P) In person | (H) Hybrid

  • Panel – Group B
    Language: English and Spanish | Virtual presentations with zoom broadcasting
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Time Exhibitor Title of Presentation Institution
10:15 – 10:35 Ana Azevedo and Mary Jo Shane Applying Cultural Intelligence in Higher Education to Prepare for a VUCA Word. Athabasca University (Canada) and California Lutheran University (EUA)
10:35 – 10:55 Gerardo Madariaga Miranda Profesores universitarios en formación permanente. Universidad Católica San Pablo (Peru)
10:55 – 11:15 Mario Catalán A+S y ABP: Articulaciones en las asignaturas de Práctica con Grupo y Comunidad en la formación del Trabajo Social. Universidad Viña del Mar (Chile)
11:15 – 11:30 Q&A
11:30 – 11:50 Andrés Felipe Astaiza Martínez and Gina Alexandra Rojas León Innovación de las prácticas docentes para la enseñanza del pensamiento sistémico en articulación con la formación ciudadana. Universidad de Ibagué (Colombia)
11:50 – 12:10 Isabel Martins, Hugo Fiestas, Bertha Guzmán, Eliodoro Carrera, Carlos Quispe and Gustavo Carrasco Desarrollando las herramientas intelectuales de nuestros futuros universitarios: el caso de la ACAMEMIA UDEP 2020. Universidad de Piura (Peru)
12:10 – 12:30 Q&A

3:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Presentations (Group C)

  • Panel – Group C
    Language: English and Spanish | Face-to-face presentations with zoom broadcasting
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Time Exhibitor Title of Presentation Institution
15:00 – 15:20 Liliya Terzieva, Margo Rooijackers and Denisa Kera The role of the fieldtrip in the imagineering educational practices. Breda University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands) and University of Malta (Malta)
15:20 – 15:40 Mara Gallardo Innovar en la enseñanza de la educación física y salud con aplicación Nearpod. Una experiencia universitaria en contexto Covid-19. Universidad de Viña del Mar (Chile)
15:40 – 16:00 Roxana Hernández García Ingeniería e historia solucionando desafíos actuales. Universidad de Piura (Peru)
16:00 – 16:15 Q&A
16:15 – 16:35 Sandra Catalán y Rocío Hidalgo Impacto de la implementación de Design Thinking en la docencia universitaria, desde la percepción de estudiantes de cuarto año de Educación Especial. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Chile)
16:35 – 16:55 Ronald Javier Quesada Córdova and Karla Esther Pérez Colan de Bardales El aprendizaje invertido (Flipped Learning) en la enseñanza de las matemáticas en una modalidad virtual. Universidad de Lima  (Peru)
16:55 – 17:30 Q&A
Building E (classroom E-205)
Time zone: GMT -5

8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Plenary Session (remote English interpretation by Zoom)

  • Speech by Dr. Carlos Delgado, Vice Rector for Digital Strategy and Education, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
    Keynote Lecture:
    “Transforming the future of education.”
  • Guest Speaker: Dr. José Escamilla, Associate Director of the Institute for the Future of Education, TEC de Monterrey.

9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Coffee Break & Poster Exhibition

  • Poster Exhibition
    Language: English and Spanish | Face-to-face activity
    See more +
Exhibitor Poster Title Institution
Antoine Ruedisueli How to overcome the barriers when producing a MOOC or knowledge clips. Breda University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands)
Liliya Terzieva and Margo Rooijackers The Innovation Hackathon as an educational tool for experimenting and learning via working on real-life challenges for external case-owners. Breda University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands)
Andrea Pinto, Daniela Soto and Osvaldo Baeza Una innovación mediante la utilización de la Impresora 3D en la formación del Profesor de Matemáticas y Computación. El caso del cálculo del volumen de la esfera según Arquímedes. Universidad de Santiago de Chile (Chile)
Mónica del Carmen Sánchez Sanssoni EDUcamino – Formación Académica Solidaria. Universidad Católica San Pablo (Peru)
Gladys Orellana-Lepe Las competencias docentes del profesorado como elemento clave en la Educación Superior: innovar desde el diseño instruccional. Universidad Viña del Mar (Chile)
Liz Sandra Bernedo Flores Transformación en la enseñanza: herramientas tradicionales vs digitales en la realidad peruana. Universidad Católica San Pablo (Peru)

* Posters will also be pre-recorded and made available online.

10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Workshop A and Workshop B – Parallel Sessions

  • Workshops
    Language: English | Face-to-face activities
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Workshop A
Lecturer Workshop Subject Institution Classroom
Doris Kiendl Hot or cold: how to arrive at a deep learning experience through the integration of positive emotions in teaching. FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria) Building E
(classroom E-202 A)
Workshop B
Lecturer Workshop Subject Institution Classroom
Margo Rooijackers and Liliya Terzieva The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method and its benefits for education. Breda University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands) Building E
(classroom E-202 B)

10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Ignite Sessions | Building E (classroom E-205)

  • Ignite sessions
    Language: English and Spanish | Hybrid activity with zoom broadcasting
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Time Exhibitor Title Institution
10:00 – 10:05 Marcela Muñoz, Claudia Aravena and Varinia Cuello El Factor (R)elacional en la enseñanza en el Entorno Virtual de Aprendizaje: perspectiva docente. (V) Universidad Viña del Mar (Chile)
10:05 – 10:10 Q&A
10:10 – 10:15 Christian Friedl, Sandra Meier and Clarissa Maierhofer Co-Innovation in Higher Education – Connecting Industry, Startups and Students. (V) FH Joannuem (Austria)
10:15 – 10:20 Q&A
10:20 – 10:25 Fabiola Alcas Rojas, Willian Alfredo Reyes Cortes and Cinthya Alexandra Posso Vento La relación empresa – academia como herramienta que promueve el desarrollo de competencias en los estudiantes. (P) Universidad de Piura (Peru)
10:25 – 10:30 Q&A
10:30 – 10:35 Angélica Pacheco Estrategias de comunicación para mejorar experiencia lectora de prensa escrita. (V) Universidad Viña del Mar (Chile)
10:35 – 10:40 Q&A

*(P) In person | (V) Virtual

11:30 a.m – 12:30 p.m

Panel of results of the Pilot Classes implemented in the universities of Chile and Peru | Building E (classroom E-205) (remote English interpretation by Zoom)

  • Presentation of the 6 partner universities of the InnovaT project in Chile and Peru about the pilot classes with innovative methodologies developed within the framework of the project. The vision of the teacher and the student and the results obtained will be shown.

12:30 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Closing

  • Dra. Susana Vegas, Academic Vice Rector of Universidad de Piura.

Keynote speakers

José Escamilla

Associate Director of the Institute for the Future of Education Tecnológico de Monterrey

Jose Escamilla is Associate Director of the Institute for the Future of Education of Tecnológico de Monterrey (https://tec.mx/es/ife). The purpose of the Institute is to generate, transfer and disseminate applicable knowledge on educational innovation, connecting, inspiring and accompanying those seeking disruptive solutions for the future of higher education and lifelong learning. He was director of TecLabs, Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Director of Educational Innovation. José Escamilla has worked in the use of technologies in education, artificial intelligence, online education and various educational innovation projects. He is a computer systems engineer from Tecnológico de Monterrey and holds a Master's and PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble.

Oscar Jerez Yañez

Laspau
Associate Director for Higher Education

Oscar Jerez Yañez holds a PhD in Psychology and Education, and a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Psychology and Education, from Universidad de Granada in Spain, in conjunction with Universidad di Torino in Italy and University of Geneva, Switzerland. Master in Education, with mention in Educational Informatics from Universidad de Chile, Bachelor in Philosophy from the Università Pontificia Salesiana di Roma and Bachelor in Philosophy from Universidad de Chile. Double degree in Education and Professor of Philosophy from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Consultant and advisor for several governmental and higher education entities in Latin America, Europe and Africa. Oscar Jerez has taught undergraduate and graduate programs on Quality Management, Teaching in higher education and co-creator of Teaching and Learning Centers or "Teaching and Learning Center" in more than 40 universities in the world. He has been head of Education & Business projects at the Sociedad de Fomento Fabril (SOFOFA) and Innovation Coordinator of the Undergraduate Department of Universidad de Chile. He works with the International Cooperation of the European Union in projects to support higher education in Africa and Latin America. Recognized both nationally and internationally for his diverse academic actions, consultancies and professional work in higher education for more than 20 years. Founder of: the Latin American Network of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (LatinSoTL); the National Network of Teaching Support Units (REDCAD); the Latin American Association of Teaching and Learning Centers; the Journal of Innovation and Research in Higher Education, among other initiatives. Author of teaching books, articles, and research in his lines of action, FONDECYT projects, which focus on Higher Education, especially in: innovation and ICTs, curriculum and teacher development; and in Management and Quality Assurance. Founder of the Higher Education Training Program (FES) at Universidad de Chile. Currently Oscar Jerez is: Director/Founder of the Center for Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universidad de Chile; Adjunct Researcher, Center for Advanced Research in Education, Universidad de Chile; Associate Director for Higher Education, LASPAU affiliated with Harvard University; Adjunct Professor, Department of Health Sciences Education, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad de Chile; Member of the faculty of university teaching courses in the Doctorates in Business (FEN) and Engineering Sciences (FCFM) of Universidad de Chile; and in training management in the Doctorate in Strategic Management of Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú; regular member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL); member of the Advisory Committee for Institutional Accreditation of the National Accreditation Commission (CNA).

Themes

Technological tools applied to education

InnovaTive Education connected to industry

Successful teaching experiences and practices

The keys to the university of the future

Teaching-learning strategies and methods mediated by technologies

InnovaTive Teaching and Learning Offices

University education and training of professionals for companies of the 21st century.

InnovaTion and internationalization of the curriculum/academic offer

Call for papers

All submissions of papers and contributions to InnovaT H-Conference should be done via EasyChair

1

Open Call:

November 2021
2

Submission deadline:

March 18, 2022 March 31, 2022. Deadline extended!
3

Acceptance notification:

April 28, 2022
4

Camera-ready due:

May 20, 2022

Contributions’ Modalities

From panel, ignite and poster sessions to workshops, participants will be able to share experiences, gain new knowledge and collaborate to jointly design the future of innovation in teaching and learning:

  • Panel sessions: The panel session will feature a stimulating 30-minute presentation by two experts in the field, followed by a 15-20 minute debate with the audience under the guidance of the Chair.
  • Poster sessions: A presenter may deliver a short talk or conduct a demonstration of an interesting and attractive poster. It will be 90 minute sessions with rounds of presentation, but much of the time will take up with queries & answers.
  • Ignite sessions: sessions of 45 to 60 minutes with the participation of multiple-speakers, in which all conference participants can attend. Each speaker will be given a five-minute time slot to present their topic, their PowerPoint presentation automatically advances every 15 seconds, creating a truly energetic and dynamic session.
  • Workshops: 3-hour training session (1/2 day) in which the speaker will demonstrate specific knowledge in a less formal and more interactive way with attendees, providing also networking and synergy opportunities among participants.

Conference proceedings will be published.

Intended Audience

  • University teachers
  • Researchers in the field of Higher Education and Innovation
  • Pre-service teachers/students
  • Educational advisers (higher education)
  • Educational designers (innovative teaching methods and tools)
  • Educational consultants