Agenda

06:30-09:00 SESSION 1

06:30-06:45 Welcome and Opening Remarks – Dr. Nelu Burcea

ROOM 1:  Session Chair Dr. Ouma Lydia Radoli

Student Perceptions of Virtual Flipped Learning Amidst the COVID-19
Rakesh Khanal – Australia
Digital Equity: Emergency Remote Teaching in Iran
Dara Tafazoli – Australia
Distance Learning for Practice-oriented Course and Its Challenges to Rural Students
Siti Nurhayati Khairatun – Malaysia
Crèche is a Feasible Learning Approach to Create Cognitive Development amongst under 5 Aged Children in Barishal
Ashim Kumar Saha, Notan Chandra Dutta, Aminur Rahman – Bangladesh
Breaking Down the Walls of the Classroom
Ayesha Prakash Purohit – India
Role of ICT Tools for Improving the Sustainability of Educational Quality
Kamaljit Singh – India
Is it Fine to Have Inclusive Education without Quality? An Analysis
Madhusudhanan Sundaram – India
Impact of Musical Instrument Learning on Mental and Physical Well being
Jyoti Arora – India
Postmodern Approach and Reach for Transformation: Female Characters of Girish Karnad
Solomon Paul Surendra Bondla – Saudi Arabia
Education for Sustainable Peace and Development: Redefining Pathways for an Empowered Literate Future in Cameroon
Estella Achinko – Cameroon
Graasp Desktop: Supporting Digital Education in Underconnected Schools in Africa
Juan C. Farah, Kim L. P. Hoang, Hagop Taminian, Denis Gillet – Switzerland

ROOM 2:  Session Chair Dr. Meenu Sharma

Self Reliance by Literacy in Framework of Feminist Pedagogy of Adult Education
Meenu Sharma – India
Impact of Blended Learning tools in Numerical Courses with reference to the Blackboard
Sandeep Ojha, Sanyo Moosa – Oman
Environmental Accessibility Challenges Faced by Students with Disabilities “SWDs” in Selected Sudanese Universities
Osman Mohamed Osman – Malaysia
Igniting Minds through Experiential Learning Pedagogy
Vibha Sharma – India
Religious Education as an Equalizer: The Role of Faith as a Cultural Critique for Adult Learners’ Life-Long Learning Needs
Nisha Keshwani – India
Estate Planning Considerations for Global Families
Gilda Almeida – USA
Higher Education: Issues, Challenges and Suggestions
Jasvinder Kaur – India
Understanding the Effectiveness of Most Preferred Online Platforms
Pooja Sharma – India
The Effect of Implementation Kangaroo Care on Stress Among Mothers with Hospitalized Infant at Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Dua’a Fayiz Al Maghaireh – Jordan
Implementing Technology in Algerian Higher Education: Yesterday’s Choice today’s Obligation
Tayeb Mehdi, Sarah Meharet, Mohamed Yamin Boulenouar – Algeria
Professional Training and Perceptions of Teachers on Early Leaving School in the BeniMellal Province of Morocco
Aicha El Alaoui, Naji Abdennasser, Naicker Sigamoney, Ambalika Dogra – Morocco

09:00 – 11:30 SESSION 2

MAIN SESSION ROOM: Session Chair Dr. Nelu Burcea

Overambition as Disability: Discrimination of Excellence
Julia M. Puaschunder – USA
Scaling-up Education and Skills to Promote Decent Work in Africa
Prof. Amal Nagah Elbeshbishi – Morocco
Using Conceptual Change Pedagogy and Rights-Based Education to Build More Peaceful, Pluralistic Societies
Tina Ramirez, Mary Anne Rea-Ramirez, Lena Abboud – USA
Wholistic Development for Service Now and Hereafter: The Bi-focal Philosophy of Seventh-day Adventist Education
Lisa M. Beardsley-Hardy – USA
“Unfortunate Bedfellows”: Contextualizing Political Contestations and Right to Education in Kenya
Radoli, Lydia Ouma – Kenya
Every child. Everywhere. In school
Matthew Siliga – USA
The Development of Moroccan EFL Learners’ Intercultural Awareness through Academic Reading: The Cognitive Dimension
Mouhssine Echcharfy, Reddad Erguig – Morocco
Building the Future: Developing Cognitive Diversity through Collaboration
Justine Davidson, Cathy Chase – UK
Creating and Re-creating the World: Playful Learning as a Human Necessity
Carrie Lobman – USA
The Search for Models of Culturally Relevant and Responsive Science Teaching for Black Students in Ontario
Eddia Solas- Canada

11:30-14:30 SESSION 3

MAIN SESSION ROOM: Session Chair Dr. Julia M. Puaschunder

How the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Reduce Education Uncertainty Online
Charlotte Deering – USA
Advancing Livelihood and Transformation of Rural Women through Adult Teaching and Learning
Sampson Tawiah – South Africa
About the Need for Philosophical Education and Aversion to It in School
Mirosław Andrzej Michalski – Poland
Educational Inequality Exacerbated by the Pandemic Period
Cristina Eksioglu – Romania
The Precariousness of Right to Inclusive Quality Education
Olayinka Akanle – Nigeria
Equality in Education: How French Secularism Has Shaped Sikh Youth’s Educational Rights
Prabhleen Kaur, Hardayal Singh – USA
Digital Natives and Social Ties – Educational Capital, Social Capital and Digital Competences
Simona Tonț – Romania
Effects of COVID-19 on the Learning Processes of Financially Disabled Students in Nigeria
Akanbi Nurudeen Abidemi – Nigeria
Assistive Technology
Shehnaz Mohammed, Vimala Judy Kamalodeen – Trinidad and Tobago
Study on Risk and Victimization Factors in Juvenile Offenders in Mexico
Saskia Niño de Rivera – Mexico
The Issues Facing Agricultural Education in Libya in the Context of Developing Countries
Masauda Abuarosha – Libya
Are Neoliberalism Policies Undermining Free and Democratic Societies?
Danielle Araujo -USA
Teaching English for Specific Academic Purposes: The Need for ICT and Reconstruction
Belhassani Hanae – Morocco
The Role of a University Professor in Providing Emotional Support
Sabrina Debora Villanueva – Argentina
Why Did They Leave School? Experiences of Finnish Roma Early School Leavers
Merja Pikkarainen, Virpi-Liisa Kykyri – Finland

ROOM 1: Session Chair Dr. Nicoleta Hegheș

Promoting Inclusive Online Learning in Indonesia
Benny Danang Setianto – Indonesia
Discrimination of Religious Education in Schools
Manotar Tampubolon – Indonesia
Water Safety Messages Delivery is a Creative Educational Technique for School Going Students
Ashim Kumar Saha, Shafkat Hossain, Aminur Rahman – Bangladesh
Primary English Language Education in Rural Areas: Exclusive Practices?
Thi Thanh Tra Do – Vietnam
Expanding the Frontiers of Learning through Disruptive Technology
Prasad Senadheera, Geetha Udayangani Kulasekara – Sri Lanka
Education, Ethics and Beyond: Revisiting Gandhian Ideas on Education
Priya Bhalla – India
Human Figure Drawings: An Effective Tool for Measuring the Different Aspects
Anindita Gupta – India
Policy Gaps of the Indian National Education Policy 2020 towards SDG4
Kuldeep Singh – India
Revitalising Literacy Programmes In India: Issues And Challenges
Sudarshana Jha – India
Development of Poverty, Illiteracy, Unemployment and Tribal Health
Kousik Das Malakar – India
Accessibility, Affordability and Accountability:
Seema Agnihotri – India
Software’s and Its Use in the Field of Education
Irshad Ullah, Aamna Saleem Khan – Pakistan
Citizenship Education And Social Responsibility: A Necessity Today
Soumya D.E, Reetha Ravi H – India

ROOM 2:  Session Chair Dr. Prachi Nadda

Education: Our Responsibility because We have the Opportunity
Prachi Nadda – India
The Effectiveness of Coding Techniques in Enhancement of Process Skill Acquisition
Neena Thomas – India
Equality and Amalgamation of Knowledges: A Pedagogical Metamorphosis driven by Collective Cerebral Capital
Samhita K. – India
Life Skills for Spiritual Well-Being
Swami Gurunand Jnana Thapaswi – India
Social-Emotional Learning: Moving Beyond School Curriculum
Ridhima Shukla – India
An Assessment of Online Teaching – Learning Methodology
Sukhmandeep Kaur, Vaishali Garg – India
Permanent Schools in Temporary Camps – Education and Conflict-Induced Displaced
Shubhra Seth – India
Public vs. Private Schooling in Elementary Education – A Study in India
Panchanan Das, Debarati Pal – India
Digital Innovation to Reduce Urban-Rural Disconnect: An Impact Analysis
Santosh Kumar, Salineeta Chaudhuri – India
Reason and Higher Education: A Paradoxical Relation?
Paridhi Joshi – India
A walk from Prison to Silver Screen –An Awakening through Alternative Education
Gunjari Bhattacharya – India
Value Education: Transforming the World through it
Vikram Bhardwaj – India
Common Language as a Prerequisite to Inclusive Quality Education
Asia Magoma – Tanzania

ROOM 3:  Session Chair Dr. Shazia Nasir – Urdu Session

Special Guest Speakers
– Honorable Minister Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Minister for Colleges/Universities, Sindh, Pakistan
– Commodore Akbar Naqi SI(M)- R, Advisor to the Minister on Colleges/Universities
– Dr. Nadeem Malik, Associate Professor University of Melbourne
– Ms. Seema Mughal, Vice Chancellor Greenwich University

 

Pakistan`s Educational Curriculum in the view of Universal Human Rights Charter: An analytical Study
Muneeb Hassan Raza – Pakistan
Education for All
Afshan Jaleel – Pakistan
Concept of Education and Pakistan
Afsheen Babar – Pakistan
Mother Tongue’s Role in Second-Language Learning (L2)
Moin Uddin Ahmed – Pakistan
The Relationship Between Teachers Job Satisfaction and Perceived Servant Leadership Behaviour of The Principal
Mahnoor Farooqui – Pakistan
Education System Needs to be Restructured in This Islamic State
Mubina Minhas – Pakistan
Educational Crisis in Pakistan: The Need to Establish Informal Schools
Najam Soharwardi, Hyder Abbas – Pakistan
Critical Discourse Analysis of Slogans Chanted during Election – 2018
Nadia Kaleem – Pakistan
Action Plan: Implementation of an Inclusive Education System in Pakistan
Saad Bin Aziz – Pakistan
Case Study: Inclusive Education in Pakistan
Zohair Khan – Pakistan
The Deteriorating State of Government Schools/Colleges in Pakistan. Who is to be blamed?
Faisal Ansari – Pakistan
Importance of Female’s Education for the Establishment of a Successful Society: In the Light of Seerat-E-Taiba (SAW)
Muhammmad Suleman Nasir, Fida Ur Rahman – Pakistan

09:00 – 11:30 SESSION 2

MAIN SESSION ROOM: Session Chair Dr. Nelu Burcea

  • Honorable Minister Mr. Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Minister for Colleges/Universities, Sindh, Pakistan
Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Transforming Lives and Providing a Safe Space for Black Students to Thrive
Kimberly S. Adams – USA
The Transformative Power of Education in the Lives of Women
Heather-Dawn Small – USA
A Team Sport Model for Online Learning
Bradley Bowers – USA
About the Need for Permanent Education of the Elderly
Żaklina Skrenty – Poland
The Integration of Social Media Platforms in Moroccan Education: An Effective Way to Teach during COVID-19 Pandemic
Yamina El Kirat El Allame, Othmane Zakaria, Zineb Hzim – Morocco
Education and the Concept of Wholeness of Human Being
Abner De Los Santos – USA
The Use of English Language in an Online Discussion Forum and the Development of ICC
Houssine Soussi – Morocco
Brief Considerations Regarding the Crime of Preventing Access to Compulsory Education in the Romanian Criminal Code
Nicoleta-Elena Hegheș – Romania
For the Love of Dance: The Pursuit of Dance Education
Susan Figeac – USA
STEM in the Community as a Pillar for Equality and Development of Society
Maja Mačinko, Petra Večerić, Ivan Mudri – Croatia

11:30-14:30 SESSION 3

ROOM 1:  Session Chair Dr. Laila M. Montaser 

Sociocultural Adaptation of Multilingual International Students in Turkey
Didem Koban Koc – Turkey
Social Equality
Ahti Tolvanen, Enrique Tessieri – Finland
The Struggle is Real – Moving from Practitioner to Researcher
Vimala Kamalodeen – Trinidad and Tobago
Educating Children in the World’s Most Unequal Country, with COVID-19 as an Added Burden
Indira Pillay – South Africa
Online Learning Divide in Yemen during COVID 19 Outbreak
Jamal Kaid Mohammed Ali – Saudi Arabia
Conceptualizing the Notion of Child Inclusiveness in Achieving Quality Education in Nigeria: Pathway to Transforming the World
Agunbiade Favour Olamide – Nigeria
The Role of Indıgenous Languages ın Pedagogy: A Case Study of Federal College of Agrıculture, Akure
Joshua Sunday Ayantayo, Adekunbı Enıola Akıntola – Nigeria
Cutting-edge Approach for Promoting Inclusive Education for Dyslexic Children in Nigeria
Emmanuel Folorunso Awoniyi – Nigeria
Success Story for a Self-made Medium Educated Woman
Laila M. Montaser – Egypt
Peculiarities of the Influence of Education on Personality Formation in the Context of Modern Realities
Pitulei Viktoria – Ukraine
Prevention of Deviant Conduct in Minors in Romania
Bogdan Buneci – Romania

ROOM 2:  Session Chair Dr. Julia M. Puaschunder – USA

Access to Affordable Preventive Medicine: Common Wealth in Common Health
Julia M. Puaschunder – USA
Saudi EFL Learners Choice of Language in their Emails to Instructors
Tahani Alabdali – Saudi Arabia
An Analysis of Chinese Leaders’ Images on the United States During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Leo S.F. Lin – USA
Opening the Black Box: Disbursement Delays Volatility Impacts on Finance and Growth in Asian Development Bank (ADB) Loan Projects in Indonesia
Muhammad Amir Ingratubun – Indonesia
The Possibility of Solidarity
Mahbubeh Moqadam – USA
K-Pop: A Cultural Device for Acculturation
Jungyn Kim – South Korea
Online Child Pornography: A New Challenge for the Society
Mohamed Chawki – France 
Self-Representation on Social Media During Lockdowns in the First and Second COVID-19 Pandemic Waves
Alexandra Valéria Sándor – Hungary
Inequality in COVID-19: Legal, Economic, Trade and Governance Aspects
Julia M. Puaschunder, Martin Gelter, Daniel Mörtl – USA

ROOM 3:  Session Chair Teresa Flores Chiscul – Spanish Session

Educación como instrumento de control político y el impacto sobre la libertad religiosa
Teresa Flores Chiscul -Peru
La Educación y el Concepto de Plenitud del Ser Humano
Abner De Los Santos – USA
Los lugares de culto como agentes educativos en el espacio urbano
John F. Osorio, Daissy L. Alzate – Colombia
Emotional education for family coexistence (Educación emocional para la Convivencia familiar)
Celia Ysabel Palacios Alva – Peru
Algunas aproximaciones de los contextos feminicidas en México
Alin Castellanos Rivero – México
El impacto de las restricciones a la libertad religiosa en la garantía del derecho a la educación, en el contexto indígena y de crimen organizado en América Latina
Muga Gonzales Rossana Esther – Peru
La Intolerancia Religiosa Desde El Currículo Escolar Y La Deconstrucción Del Enemigo
Danyelle Ortiz Mantilla – Germany
School Segregation in Public and Private Education in Colombia
Jaime Andrés Sarmiento Espinel, Adriana Carolina Silva Arias, Lady Johanna Ardila Acosta – Colombia
Quality of Educational Institutions with Ethnic Minority Students in Colombia
Adriana Carolina Silva Arias, Jaime Andrés Sarmiento Espinel, Deisy Lorena Galvis Molano – Colombia
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