Second Round History

Second Round – Keynote Speaker

Dr. John Jessel

“Learners as part of a social and digital landscape of the present and the future”

John Jessel, Department of Educational Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London

Drawing from his work on a number of projects, John Jessel considered the many forms that learning can take and how these can be expressed through the range of technologies becoming widely available today. He also considered to what extent any learning can be accounted for in terms of different theoretical perspectives including those that are more recently developing, and, whether we as learners can be seen as part of a an emerging landscape that includes digital and material objects as well as social and cultural phenomena.

Second Round – Highlighted Speakers

Author Article Title Affiliation
Prof. Maria de Fátima Goulão Metacognitive Strategies and Online Learning Universidade Aberta, Portugal
Mr. Yusuf Barsbuğa A Scrutiny on the Burnout Levels of Fencing Referees Selcuk University, Faculty oF Sport Sciences, Department oF Sports Management, Turkey
Prof. Hamdi Pepe Research On Satisfaction Level of University Students from Social and Sportive Activities Providen in The University Environment Selcuk University, Faculty Of Sport Sciences, Turkey
Prof. İbrahim Bülent Fişekçioğlu Mobbıng Perception of Employee Personnel in Non-Seated Sports Federations Selcuk University, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Turkey
Mr. Tuncay Saripek Attitudes of the Sports Sciences Faculty Students with Pedagogical Formation Training towards the Profession of Teaching Selcuk University, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Turkey
Mrs. Vasoula Giorgallidou Career Decision-Making Profiles of Adolescents in Cyprus Frederick University, Cyprus
Mr. Talip Karanfil Delayed Start of Lessons; A Pilot Research Study METU-NCC, SFL, Cyprus
Mr. José Luís Menezes Correia Mathematics, Humour and Teaching Combine? Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal
Dr. Josiah Owolabi Assessment of the Relationship Between Self-Efficacy, Achievement and Institution Type in Java Programming in South-Western Nigerian Universities National Open University of Nigeria
Dr. Marisol Esperanza Cipagauta Moyano Analysis of Qualitative Studies of the Use of ICT in Learning Environments Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios-UNIMINUTO, Colombia
Dr. Temilola Apena Acceptability of online facilitation in National Open University of Nigeria National Open University of Nigeria
Dr. Glenda Barlow-Jones The Struggles Experienced by First Year Computer Programming Students at a University in South Africa University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Mr. Jesus Marin-Clavijo Four Reasons: the Garden and His Double. Universidad de Malaga, Spain
Mrs. Monica Alejandra Bautista Pinzón Connecting Teachers: A Virtual Environment for Networking and Innovation Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios, Colombia
Dr. Diana Abdul Wahab Parental Welfare Status and Children’s Educational Attainment among the Urban Poor University of Malaya, Malaysia
Mr. Cheng Ching Ho, Richard The Impact of Shadow Education in Hong Kong:The Relationship between Private Tutoring and Hong Kong Secondary Students’ English Academic Achievement Hong Kong Adventist College, Hong Kong