7th Teaching & Education Conference, London

Book of Abstracts of the 7th Teaching & Education Conference, London, UK

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Date of publication: 4th June 2019
Edited by: Jiri Rotschedl

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Authors Title Pages
ABUSAIF SANDY SOCIAL MEDIA UTILIZATION TO ASSESS STUDENTS’ LEARNING OUTCOMES IN ARABIC COMMUNICATION COURSE; VALIDITY AND CHALLENGES 1 - 1
ADNING MOHAMAD , SARI DJ DIANA , NUR HAYATI KULSUM TEACHER PERCEPTION USING THE MOBILE PHONE IN THE TEACHER WORKING GROUP; AGE MATTERS 2 - 2
AHTESHAM HAMID , JAVED YASIR , KHAHRO SHABIR HUSSAIN , ALMUQHIM SARAH ATTITUDES FOR IMPROVED LEARNING & KNOWLEDGE IN ARCHETYPAL ENGINEERING COURSES 3 - 3
ALGHOFAILY LAMA WOMEN LEADERSHIP IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN SAUDI ARABIA 4 - 4
ALZANKAWI MAISOUN THE NEED FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS IN KUWAIT 5 - 6
BABATUNDE JOEL TODOWEDE , VICTORIA ADENIKE ALABI , VICTORIA ADENIKE ALABI LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES OF THE NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM 7 - 7
BADENHORST JO A SOUTH AFRICAN DILEMMA: THE POOR ENGLISH PROFICIENCY OF GRADE 4 LEARNERS IN TOWNSHIP AND RURAL SCHOOLS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING 8 - 9
CATER KAARYN WHAT IMPACT DOES SENSORY PROCESSING SENSITIVITY (SPS) HAVE ON STUDENT LEARNING IN TERTIARY EDUCATION? AN ON-GOING MIXED METHODS STUDY FROM NEW ZEALAND 10 - 10
CHAN SHUN-HING TEACHING ETHICAL REASONING IN SECONDARY EDUCATION IN HONG KONG 11 - 11
CHENG MARY MAN CHING DEVELOPING INTERACTIVE SELF-ACCESS ENGLISH E-LEARNING RESOURCES ON LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 12 - 12
CHENG MARY MAN CHING ENGLISH ACROSS THE CURRICULUM SUPPORT FOR PROPOSAL WRITING – A REMEDY FOR THE MISSING PART IN PREPARING FOR THE FINAL YEAR PROJECT 13 - 13
CHOW DOROTHY PROMOTING INTERACTIVITY AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT THROUGH AN ONLINE STUDENT RESPONSE SYSTEM : YOTEACH! 14 - 14
EMRE EMIR OMER THE TRAINING PROCESS OF TEACHING ASSISTANTS WHO MOSTLY TEACH PUPILS WITH SEND IN MAINSTREAM CLASSROOMS 15 - 15
FEMI OLAIYA COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN POLICY IMPLEMENTATION : A STUDY OF LAGOS STATE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION POLIC 16 - 16
FERNANDEZ ANNALIZA DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF STANDARD MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR OF PUPILS OF A CITY DIVISION PUBLIC SCHOOL 17 - 17
FŰZI BEATRIX SHOULD WE AND CAN WE MOTIVATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS? – THE ANALYSIS OF THE INTERPRETATION OF THE ROLE AND THE TEACHING METHODS OF UNIVERSITY TEACHERS 18 - 18
GALINDO JOSÉ , GALINDO PATRICIA TEACHING COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING WITHOUT TEACHER 19 - 19
GU KEN HOW ASSESSMENT SCORES FOR STATISTIC COURSE RELATE TO TOTAL GPA AMONG THE UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS 20 - 20
HERDAN AGNIESZKA , STUSS MAGDALENA MARIA SHAPING THE COMPETENCES OF GRADUATES OF HIGHER EDUCATION FOR THE NEEDS OF THE EU LABOUR MARKET - CASE STUDY OF BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENTS 21 - 21
HO WAI-CHUNG MUSIC EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A STUDY OF HONG KONG AND TAIWAN 22 - 22
IDRUS FAIZAH , ISMAIL NIK AHMAD HISHAM THE ASPIRATIONS AND CHALLENGES OF ETHNIC MALAYS' EDUCATION TOWARDS EGALITARIAN EDUCATION IN MULTIRACIAL SOCIETY 23 - 23
IGBINEWEKA VICTOR LEVEL OF QUOTA SYSTEM POLICY IMPLEMENTATION AND ACCESS TO FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA 24 - 24
IGUODALA WILFRED ASSESSING THE COST OF FREE PRIMARY EDUCATION POLICY IN NIGERIA AND THE QUESTION OF SUSTAINABILITY 25 - 25
ISHII HARUKO CULTIVATING RESPECTFUL INTERCULTURAL MINDSET THROUGH REFLEXIVE LEARNING 26 - 26
JAKUBOWSKA MALGORZATA , GLINSKI ROBERT FILMMAKING WORKSHOPS AS FILM EDUCATION. SUMMARY OF THE PEDIATRIC CANCER PATIENTS FILMMAKING PROJECT (2015-2018). 27 - 27
KALKAN MELEK , DEMIR AYHAN , DEMIR AYCIN THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BODY IMAGE AND LONELINESS AMONG TURKISH UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 28 - 28
KHAN SUMAYYA APPLYING THE MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES APPROACH TO TEACH ELEMENTARY STUDENTS ALGEBRA: IN INDIA 29 - 29
LAI YUK CHING INVISIBLE FATHERS’ VOICES ABOUT THE INTEGRATED PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTED IN MAINSTREAM CHILD CARE CENTRES IN HONG KONG: IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL CHANGE 30 - 30
MABASO NKOSINOMUSA , MEDA LAWRENCE WHATSAPP UTILISATION AT AN INITIAL TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMME AT A UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN SOUTH AFRICA 31 - 31
MANGAT PARAMJEET KAUR ACADEMIC PROCRASTINATION AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RELATION TO PEER PRESSURE 32 - 32
MCLARNEY CAROLAN HOME AND AWAY: THE EFFECTIVE USE OF SIMULATIONS IN GRADUATE BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAMS 33 - 33
MELANIDOU NIKI DIFFERENTIATED TEACHING AND LEARNING 34 - 34
MENIS SUSANNA THE VOCATIONAL AND THE TRANSFORMATIVE: UNDERSTANDING BIRKBECK LAW STUDENTS’ ACCOUNTS OF THEIR LEARNING JOURNEY 35 - 35
MORALES JUAN MIGUEL , OLEA BENJAMÍN , ATENCIA MIGUEL , MADRID NICOLÁS FOSTERING THE COOPERATIVE LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS IN ENGINEERING SCHOOLS 36 - 36
NGAI PATRICK , LO FAI-HANG , KWOK EDDIE , CHAN KING-MING BLENDED LEARNING FOR BIOETHICS EDUCATION IN GENETIC ENGINEERING 37 - 37
NJELITA CHINWE EFFECT OF ACTIVE LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON PRE-SERVICE CHEMISTRY TEACHERS ACQUISITION OF ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 38 - 38
OBE OYEDUNNI INFLUENCE OF INTEREST IN SCHOOLING, SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND SELF -EFFICACY ON THE BIOLOGY ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. 39 - 39
OLIVER PACHECO TANNIA ELIZABETH , GUTIERREZ GUTIERREZ BENJAMÍN AN ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ AND TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON MOODLE ACTIVITIES DESIGN FOR AUTONOMOUS LEARNING DEVELOPMENT IN A BLENDED LEARNING MODALITY IN MEXICO. 40 - 40
PAMIDI NARENDRA , KADIRVELU AMUDHA , SAIPUL FADHLIYANSAH PEER ASSISTED STUDY SESSIONS (PASS) LEADERS TODAY: ARE THEY LEADERS IN HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION TOMORROW? 41 - 41
PINEDA MORENTE SALVADOR , ALGUACIL CONDE NATALIA , PEREZ RUIZ JUAN , MARTÍN RIVAS SEBASTIÁN , RUIZ GONZÁLEZ ANTONIO INDIVIDUALIZED EXERCISES FOR CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT IN ENGINEERING 42 - 42
SAKIN MELIHA SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS' INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP: CASE STUDIES IN TURKISH AND ENGLISH OUTSTANDING SCHOOLS 43 - 44
SHOREY KATY TEACHING INTERDISCIPLINARY ARGUMENT EVALUATION 45 - 45
SISHCHUK IULIIA OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS AS A TOOL FOR SYLLABUS DESIGN 46 - 46
TUBGLAM SUPAWADEE , SUNGTONG CHIDKAMOL UTILIZING NURSING INNOVATIVE TEACHING MODEL FOR FOUR-YEAR NURSING STUDENTS IN THE BACHELOR OF NURSING PROGRAM ON THE SUCCESSFUL NURSING INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT 47 - 47
VERMA DEEPAK , KAUSHIK MOHIT EXPERIENCES FROM FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN A CRM COURSE 48 - 48
VEUGER STEPHANY , RACEY SETH STUDENTS AS PARTNERS : ON DEVELOPING A STUDENT LED CONFERENCE TO ENHANCE THE SKILLS OF UG PROJECT STUDENTS 49 - 49
WHITFORD ELLEN ANALYSIS OF A CLINICAL MODEL TO PREPARE AND RETAIN CLASSROOM READY TEACHERS 50 - 50
WILLIAMS ALISON A CRITICAL AUTOETHNOGRAPHY OF CULTURAL BELONGING IN HIGHER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 51 - 51
WIZEL MAYA TEACHERS AS HACKERS- IMPLICATIONS FOR 21ST CENTURY TEACHER EDUCATION 52 - 52
YE QIANHONG SURVEY OF THE SATISFACTION OF THE BIO-MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS ABOUT THEIR STUDY PROGRAM AND THE COLLEGE LIFE. DATA FROM MACAO POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE 53 - 54
ZHANG BAILING , BLACHFORD DONGYAN BETWEEN CULTURAL EXPERIENCE AND NEOLIBERALISM: TOWARDS A CRITICAL UNDERSTANDING OF SOCIAL SCIENCES RESEARCH ETHICS IN CHINA 55 - 55

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