Feb 2020 – Rome

The Success Story of ICETL 2020

On the 21st-23rd of February, 2020, we hosted the 3rd International Conference on Research in Education, Teaching and Learning (ICETL). This time it took place in Rome, Italy. Sapienza University, with its rich educational history, was appropriately the venue of the event.

Here are just a few of the topics that were covered by the event: research trends in technologies applied to learning environments, how the current practice of learning instruction engages engineering students into learning, using STEM education approach in science teaching and its effect on students’ attitude towards learning science, mindfulness in schools, the impact of collegiate outcomes of learning assessment and academic performance on university graduates’ employment, and others.

Bringing together a diverse audience from countries like Lebanon, Portugal, Turkey, Bulgaria, UK, Japan, South Korea, Canada, UAE, Qatar, Malta, US, Iraq, Spain, Greece, Taiwan, and others, this premier academic event was buzzing with learning and networking.

To make sure each attendee had a rounded experience of the event, we organized a free guided tour of Rome, the city with one of the most prominent and richest histories in the world.

We are delighted to announce that ICETL will be returning for its 4th edition in 2021. Don’t miss out on this top academic event!

Third Round – keynote speaker

Conference Scientific Committee

Topic: New issues and perspectives in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning

Highlighted Speakers

Youmen ChaabanDr. Youmen ChaabanDeveloping a teacher leadership stance during the practicum experienceAzm University, Lebanon
Dr. Maria El-AbdThe Role of Vicarious Experiences in the Development of Pre-Service Teachers’ Classroom Management Self-Efficacy BeliefsLebanese International University, Lebanon
Dr. Marisol Esperanza Cipagauta MoyanoResearch trends in technologies applied to learning environmentsCorporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios-UNIMINUTO, Colombia
Kurt -Schobel-Mr. Kurt SchobelPractitioners or Academics – Do students care?Royal Military College of Canada
Dr. Daniel Santos ReyesHow the current practice of learning instruction engages engineering students into learning in Edinburgh CollegeEdinburgh College,United Kingdom
Dr. Eman wefky Ahmed AbodahabUsing STEM Education Approach in Science Teaching and its effect on Students’ Attitude toward Learning ScienceSohag Uni, Egypt
Todd ThorpeMr. Todd ThorpePromoting Self-Awareness and Career Development with e-Portfolios and LEGO︎ Serious PlayKindai University, Japan
Mr. Hugo SantosBringing Neuroscience to Education: using a innovative method – the “BRAIN” method – for teaching human motor control in higher education studentsAlcoitão School of Health Sciences, Portugal
Mr. Hugo SantosThe Use Of Concept Maps in Teaching Neurology in a Physiotherapy CourseAlcoitão School of Health Sciences
Miss. Sarra HadjeresReadability: The Contextual Hindrance for teenage ReadersCanterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom
Miss. Soumia BoumazaReflection through the Eyes of Teacher Trainees: A Repositioning of the concept in the CELTA CourseCanterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom
Mrs. Eveli LaatsNovice Teachers’ Satisfaction with Teacher Preparation and Recommendations for Improving Teacher EducationUniversity of Tartu, Estonia
Ms. Anne RitterMindfulness in SchoolsAutonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Noviana Astuti Irna SakirMiss. Noviana Astuti Irna SakirTrends in biological diversity contents of science textbooks from Korea, Indonesia, and the USASeoul National University, South Korea
Dr. Zenta AnspokaProf. Zenta AnspokaYouth Values: Analysis Outcomes of Latvia Secondary School Students’ EssaysUniversity of Latvia
Takahiro HiguchiDr. Takahiro HiguchiSimilarity of gaze characteristics of monozygotic twins and tripletsKansai Medical University, Japan
Mr. David Coulson21st Century Teacher EducationHLC/ Study group/ British Council, United Kingdom
Mrs. Sih-Tong WuThe Impact of Collegiate Outcomes of Learning Assessment and Academic Performance on University Graduates’ EmploymentNational Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Mr. Efthymios – Spyridon GeorgiouThe role of adult education in creating a modern way of teaching.School Spatial Planning and Development, Deparment Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Mrs. Yu Ping HuangSAFE Class Guidance of Action Research in Teaching: Prevention of Secondary Student-to-Student BullyingEducation department of NSYSU University, Taiwan
Prof. Isabel Cuadrado-GordilloMoral development in adolescents as a key indicator for the prevention of violent behavior in their couples’ relationshipsUniversity of Extremadura, Spain
Prof. Inmaculada Fernández-AnteloDetermining factors in the perception of cyberbullying in victimized adolescents: Psychoeducational implicationsUniversity of Extremadura, Spain
Dr. Sharon RoleThe identification of key online learning dispositions of college students studying in a blended learning courseUniversity of Malta
Mr. Paywand HassanUsing Comics To Assess Students Understanding Of Science ConceptsTEDI institute, Iraq
Mrs. E Rang KwakKorean Elementary School Students’ Playtime, School Life Satisfaction and Child HappinessHan Sin elementary School, South Korea
Miss. Jae Eun JungAnalysis of the Image of Classroom Space of Elementary School and Students’ HappinessSeoul Inhun Elementary School(Seoul, Korea)
Dr. Zeynep KiziltepeRoles of Academics in Higher Education InstitutionsBoğaziçi University, Turkey
Mrs. Anna ÖqvistPreschool teachers and caregivers positioning and repositioning in preschool due to new division of responsibilities in policy documentsLuleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mrs. Mária JurečkováStatistics in School MathematicsCatholic University in Ružomberok, Slovakia
Mrs. Nadezda KaloyanovaAttitude to Authority and Digital Competences of Bulgarian Preschool Teacher’sUniversity “Prof. d-r Asen Zlatarov” , Bulgaria
Mrs. Lucia CsachováProblems with Figures as Critical Area of School MathematicsCatholic University in Ružomberok, Slovakia
Mrs. Fátima LealHigher education students: academic emotions, consequences and emotional regulation strategies.University of Évora, Portugal

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