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Career Counseling and Guidance in Higher Education, Ekosalen, Studenthuset, 20th September 2018


The purpose of the project is to promote the employability of new graduates, which is linked to the current priority of Europe 2020 strategies. This should be done by strengthening the links between higher education and the labour market. The project is shaping the prerequisites for developing innovative teaching methods and authentic learning approaches, increasing cooperation between education and the labour market and spreading a replicable process in Europe that corresponds to the labour market competence requirements.

Program 20th September, Ekosalen, Studenthuset, Stockholm University

8.30-9.00 
Registration and coffee

9.00-9.30 
Welcome and introduction to the event, Anna-Lena Kempe, Deputy head of Department of Education, Stockholm University.
Presentation of the Skill-Up Erasmus+ project, Adriana Ornellas, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.

9.30-10.10
Keynote: Dr. Fredrik Hertzberg: 
The potential of career guidance counselling in higher education.

Fredrik Hertzberg is Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer at the Department of Education at Stockholm University. For 20 years, he has researched the transition from school to work of migrant youth from a variety of perspectives – the institutional and educational management of migrant youth as a social category (e.g. career guidance counseling), the strategies and aspirations of migrant youth, and educational policy responses to the predicament of migrant youth. He has been teaching at the program for career counseling at Stockholm university for 11 years.

10.10 - 10.20 Short break

10.20-10.35
ICT in career guidance, a case study.
Christer Langström, Stockholm University

10.35-10.50
Career guidance and counselling with refugees – Implications for practice from CMinaR, an Erasmus+-project.
Åsa Sundelin, Stockholm University

10.50-12.00 
Five examples of authentic learning scenarios
Introduction: Authentic learning, Eva Edman Stålbrandt

Development and Design of a Process based information management
Stefanie Köhl, HdBA

Authentic Learning in Bachelor Programs - Critical Evaluation from Different Perspectives.
Sandra Haas, TH Wildau

Building an authentic scenario for learning finance
Àngels Fitó Bertran, UOC

Authentic Learning in Administracion and Finance on-line Program in Vocational Education Training (VET).
Núria Vilanova Morató, IOC

Design of a Career Guidance and counselling (CGC) plan.
Kajsa Falkner, Stockholm University

12.00 - 13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.20 
Experiences from the Cuban context

The professional improvement in computer technical English on the professors of the degree in education, specialty Computing.
Agnes Aydely Leal García, Universidad de Pinar del Rio

The didactic of the Vocational Education Training (VET). New demands - New approaches
Juan Alberto Mena Lorenzo, Universidad de Pinar del Rio 

Diagnosis of the level of development of the pedagogical professional orientation in pre-university. An exploratory study.
Pedro Luis Yturria Montenegro, Universidad de Pinar del Rio

The learning community, a challenge of the current Cuban education
Yeran Leon Morejon, Universidad de Pinar del Rio

14.20 - 14.40 Coffee and fruit

14.40-15.30 
Planning a MOOC (Massive Open On line, Course) for career guidance counseling.
Eva Edman Stålbrandt and Adriana Ornellas
Input from the audience.

15.30 
Closing

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Registration

The event is free of charge but the places are limited and all the participants should be registered before 2nd September, 2018.
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Important Dates

Registration deadline to the event: September 2nd

Event date: September 20th

Place of the event

Stockholm University, Studenthuset, Hus Beta, Ekosalen, Map (201 Kb)

How to get to Campus Frescati (Stockholm University's main campus)
Visiting address: Universitetsvägen 2B
Underground station: Universitetet
Bus: 50, 540, 608 or 670 to the University

About Skill up

The purpose of the project is to promote the employability of new graduates, which is linked to the current priority of Europe 2020 strategies. This should be done by strengthening the links between higher education and the labour market. The project will shape the prerequisites for developing innovative teaching methods and ICT-based models, increasing cooperation between education and the labour market and spreading a replicable process in Europe that corresponds to the labour market competence requirements.