ICETL Speakers

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Prof.  Mariko Okuzaki

Professor Mariko Okuzaki started her teaching at a Junior High School in 1985.  Six years later, she was hired as an English lecturer in National Institute of Technology,  Hakodate College. While working, Okuzaki earned a TESOL Master’s degree of SIT in  1996, where she has been a professor since 2004.

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Dr. Aleksandar Chonevski

Aleksandar Chonevski, MA., PhD. (ABD), published five books and 17 articles translated into numerous languages. Adjunct professor and social researcher at Barry University and United International College, Miami. Area of Interest: Global Immigration, business education, and curriculum development. International affiliations in education EERA-ECER, AERA, TQR, WASET, and USAIDHR in Washington D.C.

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Dr. Nuria Lopez

Dr. Nuria Lopez works as learning consultant at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. With a background in teaching in higher education, in her current position she supports the pedagogical development of teachers. She is particularly interested in increasing connections between learning sciences research and teaching practice. She holds a HEA Fellowship.

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Prof. Dr. Pushp Lata

Prof. Dr. Pushp Lata, an academic at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani since 1994, has held various teaching and administrative positions. She has widely published in the fields of English Language Teaching, Computer Mediated Language Learning and Teaching, Syllabus Designing and Designing Teaching Materials for both Classroom and beyond Classroom teaching. Prof Lata has 16 books to her credit.

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Dr. Steve Rhine

Dr. Rhine is a Professor of Education at Pacific University. He has been awarded numerous grants focusing on mathematics education and uses of educational technology (approximately $4 million). He has presented at multiple conferences around the world and has published four books, most recently How Students Think When Doing Algebra.

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Dr. Jo-Ann Netto-Shek

Jo-Ann Netto-Shek is a teacher educator and works in the area of language learning and literacy education in school contexts. She is part of the English Language & Literature Academic Group at the National Institute of Education, Singapore and is the programme leader for the Diploma in Education programme and the English Language Curriculum Studies courses in the BA (Ed) (Primary) programme. Jo-Ann is the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award in 2010 and the NIE Service award in 2013. Jo-Ann has also won the ASEAN Collaboration Grant from Cambodia TESOL and is also the recipient of a Fulbright Research Grant 2019.

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Dr. Ali Chaari

Dr. Ali Chaari, P.h.D in Biochemistry and Biophysics. He is currently an Assistant Professor in Biochemistry in Weill Cornell medicine-Qatar. Dr. Chaari is experienced in biochemistry, molecular biology, and biophysics. He has co-authored several original research articles, written two books and has presented his work at several conferences. In addition, he is active as a research mentor to WCM-Q’s medical students. Dr. Chaari has two main research interest; the first one is educational research to improve biochemistry teaching for premedical students and the second one is the study of role of nutraceuticals and chaperone proteins on health promotion and diseases.

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Dr. Osama Shaban

Dr. Osama Shaban is a professor of Accounting, having twenty six years of experience, he filled many administrative positions in the university (Head of Accounting Department, Head of Evening Studies), and also, he published a number of books and over than twenty eight research papers in reputable journals.

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Prof. Eun-Young Jang

Prof. Eun-Young Jang is an associate professor in the Graduate Program of Multicultural Education at Seoul National University of Education, South Korea. Her academic interests are critical pedagogy and multicultural education. Topics covered in her recent scholarly work include plurilingualism and translanguaging for minoritized students and in-service teacher education.

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Prof. Shin Ji Kang

Prof. Shin Ji Kang is serving as professor in the Department of Early, Elementary, & Reading Education at James Madison University, USA. She received MEd and PhD from Vanderbilt University, USA, in Early Childhood Education. Her areas of teaching and research include teacher education, refugee education, and intercultural education.

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Dr. Lucia Miškulin Saletović

Dr. Lucia Miškulin Saletović, PhD, Assistant Professor, is employed at the Faculty of Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb. In addition to teaching, she is the coordinator of foreign language courses. Her areas of interest are foreign language for academic purposes, text linguistics, advertising and media language, and chrematonymy.

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Prof. Erico Fernando Lopes Pereira Silva

Prof. Erico Fernando Lopes Pereira Silva is a researcher dedicated to the values of cultural landscapes for education. He graduated in Biological Sciences and is a postdoctoral researcher in ecosystem ecology. Currently is a professor at the School of Application and a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Education at the University of São Paulo, Brazil.

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Dr. Chin-Ping Liou

Chin-Ping Liou is an associate professor in the Holistic Education Centre/ MA program in Brand and Fashion Management and a counselling psychologist in the students’ counselling centre at Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei. She holds a PhD in counselling and psychotherapy from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Her research interests include holistic healing, spirituality and culture, experiential learning, and emotions and international service-learning.

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Mr. Adrian Beljo

Mr. Adrian Beljo is employed as Senior Lecturer at the Edward Bernays University of Applied Sciences, where he is lecturer in charge of several English language courses. He is the Head of the Department for Foreign Languages and Culture, as well as the Head of the Office for International Cooperation.

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Mr. KIDA Tsuyoshi

Mr. KIDA Tsuyoshi, PhD and MA in general linguistics (Aix-en-Provence) and MA in architecture (Marne-la-Vallée). Currently professor at Faculty of Foreign Languages, Dokkyo University (Japan). Former editorial board member of Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition and International Education (Benjamins), guest editor at Laboratoire Parole et Langage (Aix-en-Provence). Areas of interest: foreign language education, linguistic landscape, multimodality, linguistic anthropology, cultural semiotics.

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