5th Edition of ICRECONF
Dr. Patrice Morgan
Assistant Professor, Education Program, CUNY Kingsborough Community College, USA
Patrice Morgan, Ed.D, is an Assistant Professor in the Education Program at CUNY Kingsborough Community College. The majority of her teaching focuses on preparing pre-service teachers to enter classrooms in a professional manner with the confidence, skills, and knowledge needed for success. Dr. Morgan has co-facilitated workshops and discussions for both students and faculty on topics related to motivation, educational technology, and becoming culturally responsive. Before joining Kingsborough’s faculty in 2010, Dr. Morgan was a Principal of a NYC Charter School and prior to that she taught in the elementary grades for over 10 years.
Keynote Topic: Building a Community of Learners to Support Collaborative Faculty and Student Research Projects
Prof. Haitham Solh
Prof. Haitham Solh holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from Louisiana State University (with a minor in Mathematics), and has been teaching undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics courses at the American University in Dubai for the past 13 years. He has won multiple awards and accolades, including best professor of Mathematics from the Asian Education Leadership awards in 2019, and the President’s Award for Outstanding Teaching in 2021.
Dr. Desire Chiwandire
Dr. Desire Chiwandire is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate with the Department of Disability and Human Development at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). He holds a Ph.D. in Political and International Studies from Rhodes University and his doctoral thesis focused on Ubuntu and the social inclusion of students with disabilities at South African universities.
Miss. Lilian Naa Obiorkor Tetteh
Miss. Lilian Naa Obiorkor Tetteh is a Doctoral student pursuing Educational Psychology in Texas Tech University in the United States. She holds a master’s degree in Educational Administration with Principal Licensure and bachelor’s degree in Education Management studies. Her research seeks to promote psycho-social and academic welfare of less-privileged and marginalized children in the United States and globally.
Dr. Jila Naeini
Dr. Jila Naeini is Emeritus Assistant Professor in the English Faculty at Islamic Azad University. She is currently teaching at Alzahra University and Faran Mehr Danesh Higher Education Institute. She completed her Ph.D. in TEFL, and a master degree on general psychology. Her research interest lies in the area of teaching methodology, assessment, psychology, and neuro science of language teaching.
Mr. Herberth Alfonso Mendieta Ramírez
Mr. Herberth Alfonso Mendieta Ramírez, from Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá-Colombia. He works as a researcher and teacher of English as a foreign language. He currently works with curriculum and assessment. He also supports quality and accreditation processes as well as teacher training in higher education.
Dr. Carlos Sotomayor-Beltran
Dr. Carlos Sotomayor-Beltran held his degree in Systems Engineering and Computer Science. He has extensive experience in the undergraduate and postgraduate University Chair.
Dr. Jingshu GUO
Dr. Jingshu GUO holds her Doctoral researcher at Kyushu University, Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society, Japan. Her research interests are in English teaching, teaching English as Second Language, Mobile Learning, applied Linguistics.
Dr. Tomas Kos
Dr. Tomas Kos holds a position of a Junior Professor at the Department of English and American Studies at the Humboldt University of Berlin. His research interests include foreign language instruction with a particular focus on peer interaction among young learners.
Dr. Noha. A. Alaa El Dine
Noha. A. Alaa El Dine is a Ph.D. holder in Business Administration from Durham University Business School, UK, 2013. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Nile University, Cairo, Egypt. She has over 20 years of experience in the consulting business. Her research interests include marketing and branding, online learning, customer experience, and knowledge management.