Los Angeles 2023

Conference History

Many educators from around_ Germany, Greece, Romania, UAE, South Africa, UK, Canada, Indonesia, Georgia, Qatar, Estonia and etc. _ the world participated in the conference. The participants got the chance to participate in fruitful conversations and impart their knowledge and experience. The sessions featured talks addressing significant issues and ground-breaking solutions in the areas of learning, teaching, and education.

The conference was a great chance to share ideas, find inspiration, and get a deeper comprehension of the difficulties that educators confront as well as potential answers to those difficulties.

Virtual Session

Highlighted Speakers

Author Affiliation Article Title
Dr.Jenny Rankin U.S. Department of State (Fulbright Specialist Program) and Mensa, USA Managing Research Dissemination and Exposure
education conference Dr.Severino Machingambi University of Mpumalanga,South Africa Using research to inform teaching and learning in higher education: Tips for university academics.
education conference Dr.Rashid Al Riyami UAE Univeristy Internationalization in Higher Education in the UAE : Global trends and recommendation for its future
education conference Dr.Ajewole Idowu Philip Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria Analytical Paradigms of Global Issues in Education and Research
Dr.Bunmi Isaiah Omodan Walter Sisulu University,South Africa Investigating rural university students’ capacity and readiness for posthuman workforce
education conference Dr.Sulaiman Alshathri imam muhammad ibn saud islamic university, Saudi Arabia Trust and Academic Leadership
education conference Dr.Laurie Wellner National University, USA Moral Orientation of of Educators and Their Commitment to Core Professional Value: Preliminary Research Findings
Dr.Ana Sanchez West Chester University, PA, USA A Social Semiotic Approach to Incorporate Multimodal Literacy in the Foreign Language Class
Prof. Dr.Madoda Cekiso Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa Examining gender stereotypes in four selected English fairy tales: Implications for teaching reading in the primary classroom
Prof. Dr.Alajab Ismail Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain The Emergency Remote Teaching Experience of the Arabian Gulf University During COVID-19 Pandemic
Prof. Dr.Sikheto Joe Kubayi University of Limpopo, South Africa Second or Foreign Language: the teaching and learning of English in Adult Education and Training in rural South African black communities
Prof. Dr.Osborn Risimati Chauke University of Limpopo, South Africa The Influence of African Literature on Black Higher Education Students in South Africa
Prof. Dr.Fabricio Guevara Viejó Universidad Estatal De Milagro,  Ecuador Evaluation of the Scientific Publication at the Universidad Estatal de Milagro, Ecuador: Using Data Mining Techniques
education conference Prof. Dr.Yi-Jen Lu Mental Health and Counseling Center/ Institute of Education, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan Disparities between Subjective Experiences of Students and Teachers’ Perceptions on School Alienation among Junior High School Students in Taiwan
Dr.Nagwan R. Zahry Nagwan Zahry, USA A Novel Collaborative Interdisciplinary Teaching Model for Science Education: Engaging Non-STEM Students in Science Communication to Counteract Negative Stereotypes of Scientists
Dr. Neliza Cayaban Adamson University, Philippines Evaluation of Communicative Performance and Proficiency of English as A Foreign Language (EFL) Learners: Basis for The Development of Communicative Assessment Tool and Instructional Materials
Prof. Dr.Simona Sava West University of Timisoara, Romania Competencies of academic staff for digital assessment
Mrs.Imelda Dwi Rosita Sari University of Sussex, UK A study of professional connectedness and isolation in the learning lives of teachers in remote and peri-urban primary schools in Indonesia
education conference Ms.Riley Dandurand Kansas State University, USA De-Stigmatizing Working with Dyslexic Students
education conference Mrs.Banu Abdraimova Kazakh Ablai khan University of International Relations and World Languages, Kazakhstan Scientific and theoretical bases of the methods of formation of linguoculturological competence of the future foreign language teacher
Ms. Fatima Didane Algiers 2 University, Algeria Teachers’ Professional Development for ICTs Integration in the Algerian Higher Education: Attitudes and Challenges
Mr. Khalid Baba Mohammadia School of Engineering, Morocco Enhancing Learner Experience through AI-based Personalized Learning: A Case Study at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University