The network aims to bring together researchers from an array of disciplines including but not limited to psychology, neurobiology, philosophy, education & school subject education to promote radically interdisciplinary research on the process of learning, rooted in embodied cognition.
13.00 Lydia Kokkola (Luleå University of Techonology)
Introducing the Nordic Network for Embodied Learning
13:15 Anne Mangen (The University of Stavanger)
Reading and writing on paper and screens: materiality and manual engagement
13:45 Sarah Bro Trasmundi (The University of Southern Denmark, Odense)
Skilled Embodiment: A qualitative video-study of how students engage with texts in (dys)functional and creative ways
14:30 Camilla Groth (The University of South-Eastern Norway, Notodden)
Hands at the interface between self and environment during craft practice
15:00 Pauline von Bonsdorff (The University of Jyväskylä)
Embodied learning and aesthetic agency
15:45 Theresa Schilhab (Aarhus University)
Embodied cognition and the importance of experiences.
16:15 Antti Pirhonen (The University of Turku, Rauma)
Embodiment, learning and technology education
16:45 Lydia Kokkola: Concluding Remarks
17:00 End of Symposium
This event is funded by EIO: Effective Innovation and Organisation. Attendance is free, but please register for the event.