Budapest 2019

Conference History

The 2019 edition of the World Conference on Teaching and Education – WORLDCTE – took place on October 18-20 in a beautiful Central European City – Budapest, Hungary. We organized it under close guidance of a prestigious scientific committee, ensuring every presentation is original and uncovers the latest trends and challenges in the fields.

The event attracted a diverse and international audience of academics, scholars, and researchers. The United States, Canada, Israel, Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Thailand, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Moldova,  Indonesia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Ethiopia, South Korea, Belarus, Algeria, Lithuania, Slovenia, United Arab Emirates, Rwanda, and Barbados are some of the examples of countries the attendees came from. The program mirrored this international nature of the event, covering a wide range of subjects, including decision-making between online and frontal EFL courses, non-formal learning, coach-created empowering, higher education and jobs creation, and numerous others.

We made sure that WORLDCTE went beyond offering its attendees learning opportunities and invited everyone to join us on a free guided tour of the city. Budapest has much to offer to its visitors. Its culture and architecture are unique and steeped in history. This experience ensured that the attendees and speakers left the event with unforgettable memories and a treasure trove of knowledge.

See you at WORLDCTE 2021!

First Round – keynote speaker

Conference Scientific Committee
Dr. Endrődy-Nagy Orsolya
Early Childhood Research Methods – Working with Kindergarteners
Discussion about the following methods:
  • Analysis of Visual sources (such as photos, videos, drawings) – talking about ethical issues as well
  • Face-to-face interactions (action research, lesson study, shoulder-to-shoulder method)
  • I will have examples from my own research practice and experience as leading of my research-group

First Round Highlighted speakers

Author Co – Author(s) Article Title Affiliation
Bethe Schoenfeld Dr. Bethe Schoenfeld Samia Zeid, Ido Liberman Decision-Making between Online and Frontal EFL Courses University students’ perceptions of course delivery formats,Western Galilee College, Israel
Avraam Sachpatzids Avraam Sachpatzids Visual literacy:  a bet to be earned, ASAP Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Marija Letica  Lara Cakić,  Vedrana Kuti Verbal and Nonverbal Reactions of Preschoolers During Unsolvable Task Faculty od Education, J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
Luka Pongracic Luka Pongračić Alternative to Alternative Schools Juraj Dobrila University Pula, Faculty of Educational Sciences
Osman Titrek Süleyman Çalişir, Murat Bozkurt, Seyhan Şenocak Anxiety of the Pre-service Teachers towards the Central Exam Sakarya University, Faculty of Education, Department of Educational Sciences
Hakan Altınpulluk Hakan Kılınç, Mehmet Fırat Examination of Lifelong Learners’ Preferences for Learning Materials and Methods within the Context of Various Demographic Characteristics Anadolu University, Open Education Faculty, Turkey
M. M. Shahidul Hassan Higher Education and Creation of Jobs in Bangladesh Vice Chancellor, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Omiya Hassan Graduate Student, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Missouri, Columbia, USA
Shimon Azulay  Irit Wolfgor Technology-Based Pedagogical Community of  Meaning (COME): Theory, Practice, and Empirical Findings Ono Academic College, Hebrew university of Jerusalem (Israel)
Nawarat Siritararatn Teacher Readiness for TEFL in the Non-Formal Education in Thailand Kasetsart University
Prof. Raveewan Wanchid The Development of an English Course based on the Integration of Project-Based Learning Approach and  Blended Learning Module for Enhancing English Communication Skills at Workplace for the ASEAN Community of Thai Undergraduate Engineering Students King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand
Sriwai Kanhathaisong Giorgio Morettini The STEM Educational Framework Applied to “The Properties of Matter” by Using Real-life Activities:Providing Inspiration to Grade 2 Lower Secondary Students at Nongbuadaeng Secondary School to Grow Technical Skills and to Acquire a Life-long Scientific Attitude toward Problem Solving Nongbuadaeng Secondary School Office of Basic Education Area 30 Chaiyaphum 36210 Thailand
Carolien van den Berg Teaching Information Systems Students Ethics of Responsibility for Technology Design Practices University of the Western Cape, South Africa
Enrika Kromerova-Dubinskiene Non-formal learning of children and youth at Kaunas Count Public Library: educational game “Book Code” Kaunas County Public Library, Lithuania
Mihail Calalb Correlation between Visible Teaching and Inquiry-Based Learning Tiraspol State University, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova
Enrika Kromerova-Dubinskienė-worldcte Enrika Kromerova-Dubinskiene How the Coach-Created Empowering and Disempowering Motivational Climate Predict Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior of the Athlete? Lithuanian Sports University, Lithuania
Betül Demiray Men in Preschool Classrooms: Views and Experiences of Male Preschool Teachers in Turkey Middle East Technical University
Evariste Manirakiza  Innocent Hakizimana Using vocabulary as an instructional scaffolding technique to boost English language skills University of Rwanda, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Rwanda