The International Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education on March 15th to 17th, 2019 in Berlin, Germany aims to bring together academia, researchers and scholars in order to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of specialized and interdisciplinary fields. This event provides an opportunity for all to network, share ideas and also present their research work. In addition, discussion on the latest innovations, trends and practical concerns and challenges faced in these fields are also encouraged.
Be an oral presenter of the conference and present your research to a truly international audience. Since time slots are limited send your abstract today.
Send your research paper to be a poster presenter at the conference and show your research work to the audience throughout the conference days. A good opportunity for extended discussions.
If you can’t attend the conference in person but still you need to build your career with the international community? So, join as a virtual presenter. All the publication benefits are included.
Attending an academic conference is an opportunity to build networks with other academics and experts in the same or similar field of studies all around the world and to share thoughts on recent advances.
A common reason for attending a conference is no doubt publication. Conference proceedings are always a good way to have your research published and indexed.
Organizing Committee will offer the participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about Berlin’s vibrant past and present, away from the crowds and at your own pace, with a friendly local guide.
Education Theory and Practice
- Counselor Education
- Educational Foundations
- Education Practice trends and Issues
- Theory and Practice of Physical Education Development
- Teaching Materials and Courseware Construction
- Education and Research Management
- Educational Measurement and Evaluation
- Teaching method Promote
- Curriculum, Research and Development
Child and Family Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Teaching Talent Training
- Special Education
- Home Education
- Elementary Education
- Primary Education
- Secondary Education
- Comparison of Child Education in Different Countries
- Educational Administration
- Education Policy and Leadership
- Rural Education
- Student Affairs
- Lifelong Education
- Education, Research and Globalization
- Teacher Education
- Education and Management
- Continuous Education
- Higher Education
- Public Education Policy
- Comparison of Sports Education in Different Cultures
- Sports for health education
- Adult and Continuing Education
- Lifelong Learning
- Teaching and Learning
- Learning Difficulties
- Learning Psychology
- Inductive reasoning
- Machine Learning
- Language Acquisition
- Science Education
- Social Studies Education
- Business Education
- Music Education
- Art Education
- Adult Education
- Health Education
- Language Education
- Mathematics Education
- Health Education
- Human Resource Development
- Medium Education
- Assessment and Evaluation
Dr. Rachael Martin
University of Suffolk, UK
Dr. Julia Falla-Wood
Burman University, Canada
Dr. Anas Hidayat
Universitas Islam Indonesia
Dr. Mark Lee
Charles Sturt University, Australia
Dr. ORTIZ TOVAR OLSON WILFRIDO
Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Dr. Chew Fong Peng
University of Malaya
Berlin is not only the capital of Germany, but also in many ways the capital of Europe, sitting at the crossroads of the East and West. Germany serves as the continent’s largest economy and the world’s fourth largest overall. It’s a major player in industry, engineering, science, and renewable energy, and Berlin has recently been dubbed the start-up capital of Europe.
It’s a country known for its rich culture, world-famous festivals, beautiful landscape, and war-torn history. By occupying such an important place in the political, economic, and cultural worlds, Germany – Berlin in particular – make for a compelling study abroad destination.
Paper Publication Opportunity
academic conference Proceedings and Publication
- Each Paper will be assigned Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Cross Ref.
- The proceeding shall be submitted to Google Scholar for Indexing.
- The Conference Proceedings will be published in the conference proceeding with an ISBN in a soft form.
- All papers have publication opportunity in various indexed international journal.
All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book with ISBN 978-609-8239-22-5. All full papers sent for conference proceedings will be accepted through a double blind review process and will be published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number.
EARLY REGISTRATION18 Jan 2019
LATE REGISTRATION28 Feb 2019
Best hotel location conveniently situated in the northern part of the Berlin city centre. The Wyndham Garden Berlin Mitte Hotel is close to the inter-regional railway ans S-Bahn station Berlin-Gesundbrunnen in the northern part of the Berlin city centre. This Berlin hotel is perfectly served by the transport network. The A100 city motorway is around 3 km away, the underground is 400 metres away and you can reach Berlin Tegel Airport TXL in around 20 minutes.
Directions by public transport
Take the U-Bahn (Subway / Metro) U8 or U9 to Osloer Strasse. From here you can either take the M13 tram two stops (towards S-Bahn Warschauer Strasse) or the tram 50 (towards Guyotstrasse) to the corner of Osloer Strasse/Prinzenallee. Wyndham Garden Berlin Mitte Hotel is on your right after just 250 metres.
Directions by car from the south
If you come from the Berliner Ring A 10, take exit 16 “Dreieck Nuthetal” towards Berlin-Zentrum/Berlin-Zehlendorf/Potsdam-Zentrum. Continue on the A 115 until you reach the “Dreieck Funkturm” exit. Take the A 100 towards Hamburg/Wedding for another 8 km. Then follow Seestrasse for 5 km, which then becomes Osloer Strasse. Wyndham Garden Berlin Mitte Hotel is on the right. Parking spaces are available.
Directions by car from the north
Coming from the Berliner Ring A 10, take exit 35 “Dreieck Pankow”, then follow the A 114 towards Berlin-Zentrum/Berlin-Pankow. After around 8 km take exit 4 “Pasewalker Strasse” towards Pasewalker Strasse. Follow the signs towards Pankow (B 109). Continue along Damerowstrasse, which becomes Breite Strasse. Turn left into Wollankstrasse until it becomes Prinzenallee. After around 600 metres turn left into Osloer Strasse; our hotel in Berlin-Mitte is after 200 metres on the left-hand side.
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