Wednesday, January 9 • 12:25pm - 1:25pm
Fostering Students' Future Imagination about Quantum Computing (212)

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ICT and quantum computers will play an important role in students’ futures and in solving the “wicked problems”. We present the I SEE module developed in Finland, fostering students’ understanding and imagination about the futures of ICT. Its implementation in schools will be discussed from researchers’ and teachers’ viewpoints.

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Antti Laherto

University lecturer, University of Helsinki
I work as university lecturer in Physics Education at the University of Helsinki, Finland, teaching pre-service science teachers and primary school teachers. In my research I am interested in aspects of future in science and technology education. See full description of my research... Read More →
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Elina Palmgren

Doctoral Candidate, University of Helsinki
Background in theoretical physics, passion in teaching and learning. | | My PhD research focuses on learning of quantum physics. I also work part-time in the EU project I SEE, in which the goal is to design innovative approaches and teaching modules to foster students’ capacities... Read More →
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Tiina Ranta-aho

physics teacher, University of Helsinki
Physics and math teacher at University of Helsinki teacher training school. I'm interested in about developing physics teaching methods, especially inquiry-based learning and co-operation between different school subjects. I participate I SEE -project in which the goal is to design... Read More →

Wednesday January 9, 2019 12:25pm - 1:25pm
Arts 219 (Lecture Room 5)