Conference History – Second Edition

The 2nd International Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education (ICTLE), hosted on November 15-17, 2019 in Rotterdam, was a definitive success. Attended by scholars, researchers, graduate and post-graduate students, members of non-profit organizations, and business representatives, it provided a perfect platform to exchange knowledge, evaluate the latest research, identify trends and challenges in the field, and collaborate on innovative solutions.

The participants came from such countries as Ukraine, Italy, Germany, UAE, Nepal, Czech Republic, South Africa, Georgia, UK, US, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Uganda, Philippines, and many others. It was truly inspiring to see world-class academics engage in vibrant discussions and share their experience and knowledge with each other.

Our scientific committee conducted a double-blind review of every abstract and paper submitted to the event. Some of the selected papers that were presented at the event include:

  •  Possibilities and perspectives of applying the e-learning model in educational institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  •  The Role of the Government in the University – Enterprise cooperation
  • Delivery of Educational Services to Children with Special Needs in Public Elementary Schools in the Philippines
  •  Conceptualising the Sensory Classroom Teacher Questionnaire to strengthen inclusive education

It was only fitting that the event’s venue was Erasmus University Rotterdam.

All attendees of ICTLE 2019 were invited to join a free guided tour of Rotterdam. This rounded up their experience and exposed them to the unique architecture, delicious local cuisine, and vibrant culture of the city.

Highlighted Speakers

Author Article title Affiliation
Dr. Hulya Ipek Goals and Expectations of Foreign Language Learners: The Prospective English Language Teacher Perspective Anadolu University
Mrs. Khofidotur Rofiah Preparing knowledge and Skill: Developing Speech Therapy Modul in University Universitas Negeri Surabaya
conference keynote Ms. Lia Davitadze The Role of the Government in the University – Enterprise cooperation Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University
conference keynote Mr. Karel Kapp The Implication of The Higher Education Qualification Sub-Framework (Heqsf) Act on Human and Financial Resources Tshwane University of Technology
conference keynote Miss. Walifa Rasheed-Karim Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Learning and Cognitive Styles of Dyslexic Students C.Psychol CSci AFBPsS FSET ADSHE
conference keynote Mrs. Danielle Bishop The Influence of Retrospective Parenting on Parenting Styles and a Young Child’s Behavior University of Pretoria
conference keynote Ms. Kusuma Bangkom Effects of Oracy Building Instruction Via Blended Learning Environment on Eil Students’ Metacognitive Awareness Chulalongkorn university
Dr. Narciso D. Rabara Delivery of Educational Services to Children with Special Needs in Public Elementary Schools in the Philippines ST. CLARE COLLEGE
Dr. Christopher R. Estimada Partnership Among Educational Stakeholders: its Impact on School Management ST CLARE COLLEGE
Dr. Rasol Abdullah Mirzaie Using crafts as a context in inquiry based STEM education Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
conference keynote Dr. Mario E. Campilla Challenges in the Implementation of Alternative Learning System ST CLARE COLLEGE
Mr. Kiran Joshi Understanding Life and the Universe through ART CANVAS NEPAL GALLERY
Dr. Chih Shun Huang Praxis as research for construct next generation school:An experimental elementary school in Taipei Asia Taipei Heping Experimental Elementary School
Dr. G. Muge Kanatlar How Much Technology is Used Anadolu University
Dr. Hannelie Du Preez Conceptualising the Sensory Classroom Teacher Questionnaire to strengthen inclusive education University of Pretoria
Dr. Scott Parkman Adolescents’ Use of Social Networking Sites (SNS): Links to Academic Performance and Collaborative Problem-Solving Performance in Advanced and Developing Economies Emirates College for Advanced Educaton
Dr. David Richard Litz Emotional Intelligence: Insights from and for School Leaders Emirates College for Advanced Education
Dr. Betül Balkar Policy Scenarios for Improving Education System Gaziantep University
Miss. Omodewu Oluwatosin Omosolape Teaching, Learning and Education : Panacea For The Acquisition Of English Language As A Second Language In Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY.
Ms. Suna Ozkan The University Conserving and Sustaining Its Natural Environment Gaziantep University
Miss. Natukunda Livas Early Childhood Education in Uganda Primary Schools SUNRISE DAY CARE AND INFANT SCHOOL
Miss. Akello Nassiira Universalizing Primary Education in Uganda SUNRISE DAY CARE AND INFANT SCHOOL
Dr. Christopher Wright Bang for the Buck: Hybrid Online Short Term Study Abroad Programs Austin Peay State University
Mr. Stepan Major Students Tasks and Experiments with Pendulum Universita Hradec Kralove
Dr. Dilek Çelikler The Art of Marbling and its Applications in Science Education Ondokuz Mayıs University, Education Faculty
Miss. Celin Büyüksoy Determining Learning Techniques by Using Artificial Intelligence and Observing the Impacts of Differentiated Education Model FMV Işık High School
Mr. Giovanni Moretti Professional development and Instructional design in Italian Early Childhood Education Roma Tre University
Mrs. Rūta Bučinskaitė Corrections of Arm Function, Morning Stagnation, Self-Sufficiency Changes in Occupational Therapy and Vibration Therapy of Patients Who Have Rheuamatoid Arthritis Lithuanian University Of Health Sciences
Mrs. Dzenana Rustempašić Possibilities and perspectives of applying the e-learning model in educational institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina University of Sarajevo, School of Business and Economics
Mrs. Valentina Pagani Didactics and Self-assessment: an innovative proposal for the University of Trento CISRE, Cà Foscari Uniersity