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Accepted Papers
Paper/Presenter(s)
LEARNING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (STE) THROUGH CREATIVITY IN COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGES
Abiodun Ezekiel Adesina, Nigeria • Oriyomi Rabiu, Nigeria
EDUCATIONAL CHANGE: THE VIEW FROM WITHIN
Tami Shelley, United States of America
KOREA'S ECONOMIC VULNERABILITY GROUP ANALYSIS OF MENTAL HEALTH DIFFERENCES ACCORDING TO HEALTH BEHAVIOR
Jeong Hyung Cho, South Korea • Young Jae Kim, South Korea
COLOR-CODING AFFECT ON WRITING INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES
Claudia Maldonado-Otto, United States of America
A STUDYT ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE MODIFIED PLANNED BEHAVIORAL THEORY AND LEISURE ENGAGEMENT
Yeonji Park, South Korea • Young Jae Kim, South Korea • E Sack Kim, South Korea • Seungwoo Kang, South Korea
CASE-BASED TEACHING: USING STORIES FOR ENGAGEMENT AND INCLUSION
Erin Hoffer, United States of America
DYNAMICS OF CLIMATE REGULATION: A GROUNDED THEORY STUDY OF THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY
Erin Hoffer, United States of America
ATTITUDES OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TOWARDS MOBILE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Remzi Reha Durucasu, Turkey
THE EFFECT OF USING HENDY'S 4CS MODELON ACQUIRING SOME VOCATIONAL CONCEPTS AND SOCIAL SKILLS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN MID-EGYPT
Mohamed Hendy, Egypt
ATTITUDES TOWARD USING AND TEACHING CONFIDENCE INTERVALS: A LATENT PROFILE ANALYSIS ON ELEMENTARY STATISTICS INSTRUCTORS
Hyung Won Kim, United States of America • Woo Jin Kim, United States of America • Aaron Wilson, United States of America • Ho Kyung Ko, South Korea
ACADEMIC COACHING IN AN ONLINE ENVIRONMENT: IMPACT ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
Melissa Hawthorne, United States of America • Jesse Sealey, United States of America
APPLICATION OF STATISTICAL METHODS TO EDUCATION
Mack Shelley, United States of America
CHARTING THE COURSE: INTEGRATING ADVANCED LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES TO MOTIVATE STEM MARITIME CAREER PATHWAYS
Jessica Johnson, United States of America • Toby Bothel, United States of America • Katie Smith, United States of America
PSYCHOLOGICAL PRACTICE IN A CONTEXT OF SOCIAL ADVANCEMENT: REPRESENTATIONS OF GRADUATE STUDENTS
Anita Pipere, Latvia • Kristīne Mārtinsone, Latvia
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY ON STUDENT LEARNING
Marvin E. Johnson, United States of America
CULTURE AND GENDER IN IRANIAN SOCIETY WITH EMPHASIS ON TRANSGENDERS IN 2016
Golita Hossein Pour Isfahani, Iran
THE RISE OF NEW POLITICS IN ISRAEL
Yaron Katz, Israel
ANALYSIS OF THAI NATURAL RUBBER EXPORTS TOWARDS THE APEC MEMBER COUNTRIES
Anupong Wongchai, Thailand
HOPE IS A POWERFUL LINK BETWEEN LIFE AND CRISIS -A REVIEW ON GOAT DAYS
Sheeba C V, India
VARTHMANAPUSTHAKAM- THE FIRST INDIAN TRAVELOGUE –A POST- COLONIAL READING
Sheeba C V, India
FAMILIAL INFLUENCE ON ENGINEERING STUDENT SENSE OF BELONGING AND ENGINEERING IDENTITY
Abigail Stephan, United States of America • Candice Bolding, United States of America • Georgia Mckown, United States of America
COMPETENCY OF FACULTY, STAFF, AND ADMINISTRATORS IN HISPANIC CULTURE: EVIDENCE FROM THREE SURVEYS OF PERSONNEL AND STUDENTS AT HISPANIC-SERVING INSTITUTIONS
Michael Preuss, United States of America • Jason Rodin, United States of America • Eric Sosa, United States of America • Jorje Ramos, United States of America • Christine Dorsett, United States of America • Chenoa Burleson, United States of America
ROLE MODELS AND MENTORING RELATIONSHIPS: PREFERENECES EXPRESSED BY STUDENTS ATTENDING HISPANIC-SERVING INSTITUTIONS
Michael Preuss, United States of America • Eric Sosa, United States of America • Jason Rodin, United States of America • Jorje Ramos, United States of America • Christine Dorsett, United States of America • Chenoa Burleson, United States of America
CYBERBULLYING IN WHATSAPP PRIVATE VERSUS PUBLIC DISCOURSE AMONG ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Dana Aizenkot, Israel
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY ON IMPARTING CRITICAL READING SKILLS TO INDIAN ESL LEARNERS
Dishari Chattaraj, India
RELATIONSHIP OF SOCIO-PERSONAL FACTORS AND MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Mojeed Kolawole Akinsola, Nigeria • Adeyinka Bosede Aro, Nigeria
THE IMPACT OF TACIT KNOWLEDGE SHARING ON JOB PERFORMANCE
Carol Huie, United States of America • Amari Rivera, United States of America • Tameka Cassaberry, United States of America
THE USAGE PURPOSE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS AMONG ANADOLU UNIVERSITY OPEN EDUCATION STUDENTS
Sinan Aydin, Turkey • Cem Cemal Cingi, Turkey • Fikret Er, Turkey
TOWARDS A LEARNER-CENTERED CURRICLUM: A CASE STUDY OF INDIAN ESL LEARNERS
Dishari Chattaraj, India
STAKEHOLDERS' PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE BASED FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPING RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION PROGRAM: THE CASE OF MBA AND DBA STUDENTS IN SUDAN
Abdalla Abdalla, Saudi Arabia • Saud Khudair, Saudi Arabia • Abuzar Eljelly, Sudan • Ilham Mansour, Sudan
FIGHTING WITH INFINITY: A PROPOSAL FOR THE ADDITION OF NEW TERMINOLOGY
Gail Brekke, United States of America
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES INVENTORY - TECHNOLOGY PROCESS WITH FIDELITY: THE IMPACT ON TECHNOLOGY USE AND STUDENT COGNITIVE ENGAGEMENT
Mekca Wallace-Spurgin, United States of America
NAVIGATING THE LOCAL SETTING WITH GLOBAL INFORMATION: USING KNOWLEDGE FROM MOOCS
Tabassum Amina, United States of America
THE STATE OF SCIENCE LABORATORIES IN NIGERIAN SCHOOLS: IMPLICATION FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHER- STUDENTS INTERACTION FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Janet Lawal, Nigeria
SOCIAL POLICY AND DEMOCRATIZATION IN GLOBAL SOUTH: BANGLADESH DECODED
Md. Mashiur Rahman, Bangladesh
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AS A TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTIN NIGERIA
Philomina Ifeanyi Onwuka, Nigeria • Cecilia E. Umeoduagu, Nigeria • Patricia O. Moseri, Nigeria
TEACHING PRACTICE AT EARLY STAGES OF TERTIARY EDUCATION; RESULTS AND SUGGESTIONS
Dilnoza Dehkanova, Uzbekistn
THE PAKISTAN HYBRID E-LEARNING EDUCATION SYTEM FOR THE WORLD
Shafiq Ur Rehman, Pakistan
THE BEYOND FUTURE HYBRID ECONOMIC VISION OF THE WORLD PEOPLE
Shafiq Ur Rehman, Pakistan
THE PAKISTAN HYBRID EDUCATION POLICY FOR THE WORLD POPULATE
Shafiq Ur Rehman, Pakistan
MEDICAL SIMULATION WITH STANDARDIZED PATIENTS IN THE EDUCATION OF NURSING STUDENTS - PILOT STUDY
Iwona Bodys-Cupak, Poland • Joanna Łatka, Poland • Ewa Ziarko, Poland • Joanna Zalewska-Puchała, Poland • Anna Majda, Poland
ENGLISH IN BANGLADESH: A POST-COLONIAL SOCIOLINGUISTIC OBSERVATION
Abdul Awal, Bangladesh
INCENTIVES TO BUY ONLINE BABY CARE PRODUCTS
Idil Karademirlidag Suher, Turkey
FUTURE FACILITATE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Joseph Martin Stevenson, United States of America • Kellei Bishop Samuels, United States of America • Karen C. Wilson-Stevenson, United States of America
THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE COLLEGE STUDENTS' ATTITUDES TOWARDS CREDIT CARD USAGE
Hasan Kemal Suher, Turkey
DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTENANCE OF INDEGENOUS LANGUAGES IN NIGERIA : THE ROLE OF NINLAN AND ITS LIBRARY
Francisca Mgbechikwere Ikoro, Nigeria
LANGUAGE ENGINEERING: AN EFFECTIVE TEACHING TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Christiana Ijeoma Ajaps, Nigeria
POLITICAL CAMPAIGN SPEECHES OF PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRANTS: A CRITICAL LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT PERSPECTIVE
Gloria Ike-Nwafor, Nigeria
OLD AGE AMONG HADZABE AND POLISH PEOPLE
Tomasz Frackowiak, Poland
PERCEPTIONS OF AGING IN PAPUA: THE ROLE OF LITERACY
Piotr Sorokowski, Poland
CHANGING BODIES, CHANGING MINDS: CREATING SOCIAL CHANGE IN DORIS LESSING’S THE DIARIES OF JANE SOMERS
Dr. Shahram Kiaei, United States of America
THE STEREOTYPICAL IMAGES OF MARGINALIZED WOMEN IN THE POETRY OF RITA DOVE
Wafaa Kamal Isaac Shehata, Egypt
CHALLENGES OF OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN NEPAL: A CASE OF NEPAL OPEN UNIVERSITY
Jeevan Khanal, Nepal
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