03.04.2019
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Children, teachers, and transitions to school – international perspectives DALFA seminar, 7th-8th May 2019

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7.5.2019 — 8.5.2019


Sijainti: Mattilanniemi, Agora, Lea Pulkkinen hall
Children, teachers, and transitions to school – international perspectives DALFA seminar, 7th-8th May 2019, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

You will find more information on the website of Family Research Centre: http://r.jyu.fi/yVx 

Tuesday 7th May 2019
Venue: Agora building, Lea Pulkkinen hall (4th Floor), street address Mattilanniemi 2, Jyväskylä

10.00-10.30 Opening of the Seminar. Presentation of the Dalfa project. Professor Kimmo Jokinen, University of Jyväskylä

10.30-11.15 Children’s business - how jobs change children’s lives. Professor Lyndall Strazdins, Australian National University, Australia

11.15-12.00 The challenge of transition into primary school in Spain. Professor Gerardo Meil, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain

12.00-13.00 Lunch (at own cost)

13.00-13.45 Transition to the elementary school: in the case of Japan. Professor Midori Otani, Shimane University, Japan

13.45-14.15 Transitions, emotions, and social worlds in preschool and school in Finland. DALFA Research Group

14.30-15.00 Coffee break (at own cost)

15.00-15.45 Emotions and social worlds in the first grade at school – international comparisons. DALFA Research Group

15.45-16.15 Discussion

Wednesday 8th May 2019
Venue: Agora building, Lea Pulkkinen hall (4th floor), street address Mattilanniemi 2, Jyväskylä

 10.00-11.00 “Kisse the Cat”, animated questionnaire for children. Children at preschool and school – transition and emotions. DALFA Research Group

11.00-11.30 Child and family research at the University of Jyväskylä, Senior Researcher Eija Sevón.

11.30-12.00 Violence research at the University of Jyväskylä, Senior Researcher Marianne Notko

 

Registration for the seminar by 29.04.2019 to anu.r.karhinen-soppi@jyu.fi

Please inform when registering which day / days you will attend the seminar.
This seminar is for maximum 70 participants.