4th Teaching & Education Conference, Venice

Book of Abstracts of the 4th Teaching & Education Conference, Venice

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Date of publication: 20th April 2017
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 Copyright © 2017

ISBN 978-80-87927-36-6

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Authors Title Pages
ALMUDARA SAFAR PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT ENTRANCE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FACULTY MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PRINCE SATTAM BIN ABDUL-AZIZ 1 - 1
ALSHARIDAH MAJED AVAILABILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY OF ICT TOOLS IN SAUDI ARABIA SCHOOLS. 2 - 2
ALZOUGOOL BASIL , ALMANSOUR JARRAH THE USE OF SMARTPHONE FOR LEARNING ACTIVITIES BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN KUWAIT 3 - 3
BALFOUR ROBERT J. EDUCATION IN A NEW SOUTH AFRICA: CRISIS AND CHANGE 4 - 4
CHAN CHANG-TIK COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY FRAMEWORK: INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DISCIPLINE AND PERSONALITY IN BLENDED CLASSROOMS 5 - 5
DAS PARTHAJEET MOMENTUM JHARKHAND: A STATE ON THE MOVE TO TRANSFORM THE HIGHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SECTOR 6 - 6
DE BEER JOSEF THE ZONE OF PROXIMAL TEACHER DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: REFLECTIONS OF A TEACHER EDUCATOR 7 - 7
DE BEER JOSEF SOUTH AFRICA: ECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL LESSONS FROM THE CRUCIBLE 8 - 8
DISIKIRIK GULCIN THE ROLE OF IDENTITY ON AUTONOMY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNERS 9 - 9
ELSHEMY NADER IMPACT OF GAMIFICATION STRATEGY ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION TOWARD LEARNING 10 - 10
FISKER ANNA MARIE , CLAUSEN KATJA SEERUP LEARN4HEALTH, A EUROPEAN PROJECT CREATING HEALTH AND FOOD LITERACY THROUGH INNOVATIVE INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS 11 - 11
GLOGOVAC MAJA , KRASIC MARIJA , VULOVIC ALEKSA , RAKICEVIC ZORAN , HORVAT ANA IMPORTANCE OF SPECIFIC RISKS IN HIGHER EDUCATION 12 - 12
GUTOROV VLADIMIR CIVIC EDUCATION AND THE UNIVERSITY TRADITION: SOME DISPUTABLE QUESTIONS 13 - 13
HALD ANNE METTE “WOW, HE IS GOOD” LEARNING FROM DIFFERENT PRACTICES 14 - 14
HARFORD JUDITH INTERROGATING THE POLICY SHIFT TOWARDS MASTER’S LEVEL TEACHER EDUCATION IN EUROPE: THE CASE OF THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND 15 - 15
HAYASAKA YUSUKE , AIBA CHIZUKO , YAMASHITA RIEKO , BARROWS JASON , STONE NICHOLAS LEARNING STYLE AND THE USE OF COMPUTER-BASED VS. PAPER-BASED IN THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM 16 - 16
HERATH KRISHANTHA IDENTIFYING BENEFITS OF THE USE CELL (MOBILE) PHONES AS A TEACHING AND LEARNING PLATFORM IN SRI LANKAN UNIVERSITIES 17 - 17
HOLMES VICKI L WORD TAG CLOUDS IN LANGUAGE LEARNING: USING WEB 2.0 TOOLS IN THE CLASSROOM 18 - 18
KAKIRMAN YILDIZ ASIYE , SAYDAM VAROL , YALÇINKAYA BAHATTIN AN ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC LIBRARIES' ABILITY TO REPRESENT PRESCHOOL CHILDREN IN TERMS OF THEIR MISSIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 19 - 19
KINGSLEY PAUL VOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE THAT IS TACIT BUT CODIFIED, EXPLICIT BUT UNCODIFIED, AND CODIFIED BUT UNPUBLICISED 20 - 20
MENTZ ELSA , DE BEER JOSEF THE AFFORDANCES OF CULTURAL-HISTORICAL ACTIVITY THEORY AS A RESEARCH LENS IN STUDYING EDUCATION FROM A SOCIO-ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE 21 - 21
NORTVIG ANNE-METTE "BAM! WE JUST STARTED TO PLAY!" LEARNING DESIGN PATTERNS USING DIGITAL LEARNING PLATFORMS FOR ENSEMBLE LESSON 22 - 22
PEREGONCHUK SERGEI TEACHING INTRODUCTORY ECONOMICS: CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF “PRODUCTION COSTS” 23 - 23
PICHUGINA VICTORIA LIFELONG EDUCATIONAL CARE OF THE SELF IN THE AGE OF METAMODERN 24 - 24
PRAWAT RICHARD S. , PRAWAT THEODORE R. WHAT VIEW OF SCIENCE DISCOVERY BEST FITS THE SCIENCE LEARNING GAME? 25 - 25
RÄIHÄ PEKKA , SAMPPALA KRISTIINA , JUVONEN ANTTI CLOSING DOORS –STUDENTS IN A WHIRLWIND OF CHANGE AS A CAMPUS MOVES 26 - 27
RAJIC VISNJA CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT IN PRIMARY EDUCATION: PUPILS’ PERSPECTIVE 28 - 28
REDFERN KYLIE UNTOLD STORIES, SILENT VOICES: UNDERSTANDING OF THE PLIGHT OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 29 - 29
RONČEVIĆ NENA , RAFAJAC BRANKO , AŽIĆ BASTALIĆ ADRIANA PARENTS’PERCEPTION OF SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS IN CROATIA 30 - 30
ŞAHIN KIZIL AYSEL SPOKEN CORPORA AND CORPUS-INFORMED LANGUAGE PEDAGOGY: IMPLICATIONS ARISING FROM RESEARCH 31 - 31
ŞAHIN KIZIL AYSEL THE USE OF METADISCOURSE IN SPOKEN INTERLANGUAGE OF EFL LEARNERS: A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS 32 - 32
SANIYAZOVA ARAY EXPERIENCES OF FIRST YEAR STUDENTS AT NAZARBAYEV UNIVERSITY, USING TINTO’S MODEL OF ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION 33 - 33
SHELLEY GINA TECHNOLOGY AND TEACHER CHANGE: ARE ENGLISH TEACHERS EMBRACING AND TEACHING NEW FORMS OF DIGITAL LITERACY? 34 - 34
STONE NICHOLAS , HAYASAKA YUSUKE , AIBA CHIZUKO , YAMASHITA RIEKO , BARROWS JASON HOW COMPUTER-BASED AND PAPER-BASED MODES OF LEARNING AFFECT STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN THE ESL CLASSROOM 35 - 35
VAN VOLLENHOVEN WILLEM COMPUTER-ASSISTED ASSESSMENT (CAA): AN OLD REMEDY FOR CHALLENGES IN OPEN DISTANCE LEARNING 36 - 36
WILLIAMS SHERIE BLENDING STATESIDE AND OVERSEAS PRESERVICE TEACHING EXPERIENCES: CREATING A SEAMLESS TRANSITION 37 - 37
YÜKSEL NAZLI AYBALA , SEZER RENAN A COMPARISON OF COGNITIVE DEMAND LEVELS OF ALGEBRA QUESTIONS 38 - 39
ZAVERSHINSKIY KONSTANTIN ANTHROPOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF POLITICAL EDUCATION 40 - 40

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