Tuesday June 6th

9:00 9:30 Registration and coffee, Minerva K1 Floor
9:30 9:45 Welcome, Minerva K113
9:45 10:45 Invited speaker, Mohammed Saqr
10:45 11:00 break
11:00 12:30 Session 1

Merike Kesler, Using network analysis tool in the analysis of the reports of teacher students
Eelis Mikkola, Bayes Meets Lipman: Creating a Theoretical Model to Guide Empirical Research on Philosophy for Children
Ismo Koponen, Entanglements of Barad’s Agential Realism in New Materialism Movement in Science Education Research: A Semantic Network Analysis of Meanings Lost in Translation
12:30 13:30 Lunch
13:30 15:00 Session 2

Mikael Kivelä, Balancing Risk and Appropriate Pedagogy in Learning Environments  – a Network-Oriented Inquiry

Miikka Turkkila, Combining Actor-Network Theory and Social Network Analysis to Investigate the Roles and Importance of Human and Non-human Actors During Students’ Investigation of Newtonian Mechanics

Wednesday June 7th

9:00 9:15 Morning coffee
9:15 10:15 Session 3

Niina Niinimäki, Opportunities for learning technological competence in formal education maker projects
Anna Uitto, Comparative Co-occurrence Network Analysis of Nigerian and Finnish Upper Secondary School Biology Curricula and Textbooks
10:15 10:30 break
10:30 11:30 Invited speaker, Adrienne Traxler
11:30 11:45 break
11:45 12:30 Panel Discussion
12:30 14:00 Lunch