The Future of Education

Edition 9

Scientific Committee

Members of the scientific committee of the "Future of Education International Conference":

Ian Broinowski
Institution: Hobart
Country: Australia
Areas of Expertise: Online teaching and E-learning; teaching adults and life-long learning; creativity and imagination in teaching and learning practice; early childhood education; childcare and children’s services; children with additional needs, culture and diversity; computers and ICT in teaching; social policy; management and leadership in children’s services; child protection, Problem Based Learning and Adult learning.
Robert Pucher
Institution: University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien
Country: Austria
Areas of Expertise: Higher Education (Computer Science), Curriculum Development, Blended-Learning, Project Based Learning, Project Management in IT-Projects, Software Usability and User Experience Design and Medical Informatics,
Maria Markova
Institution: University of National and World Economy
Country: Bulgaria
Areas of Expertise: higher education, intellectual property rights, IP research and management, patent, design and TM, know-how, license agreement in IP
Martin Laba
Institution: Simon Fraser University, School of Communication
Country: Canada
Areas of Expertise: Social issues communication; communication/education for social change; digital media and culture; pedagogy in the digital age; education and open source education technology platforms; new learning environments; popular culture and new media; technology, culture and society; media design
Don Kiraly
Institution: University of Mainz
Country: Germany
Areas of Expertise: Translator education, second-language acquisition by adults, social constructivist approaches to classroom learning and curriculum development, post-modernist approaches to education, educational psychology, educational philosophy
Emer Ring
Institution: Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick
Country: Ireland
Areas of Expertise: early years’ education, inclusive education policy and practice, autism, initial teacher education, blended-learning, historical and philosophical influences in education, the role of the courts and legislation in education, enabling the voice of the child and research and evidence-based practice in education.
Luisa Panichi
Institution: University of Pisa
Country: Italy
Areas of Expertise: Language teaching, computer mediated communication, virtual world platforms for education and training including science and business
Alberto Parola
Institution: Faculty of Education, University of Turin
Country: Italy
Areas of Expertise: Media Education
Antonio Cioffi
Institution: Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera
Country: Italy
Areas of Expertise: Pedagogy, new technologies and multimedia for education, art education
Ida Cortoni
Institution: Sapienza University
Country: Italy
Areas of Expertise: Media Education, media and children, socialisation
Maria Ranieri
Institution: Faculty of Education, University of Florence
Country: Italy
Areas of Expertise: Media Education
Elisabetta Delle Donne
Institution: Pixel
Country: Italy
Areas of Expertise: Transnational cooperation, international project planning and management, assessment and evaluation, higher education, school education, adult education, vocational training, e-learning, language learning, languages for specific purposes.
Silvia Dell'Acqua
Institution: European University Institute
Country: Italy
Areas of Expertise: European project management and monitoring, EU Governance, transnational educational cooperation, EU project management, global higher education, executive training, applied research, eLearning, internationalization of research, institutional marketing and networking, corporate social responsibility.
Nahed Emaish
Institution: University of JordanDepartement of French
Country: Jordan
Areas of Expertise: Teaching French as a foreign language.The Use of Written Press in Teaching Foreign Languages
Vida Drasute
Institution: Kaunas University of Technology
Country: Lithuania
Areas of Expertise: Formal and non-formal education, e. learning processes, improvement and development
Anca Colibaba
Institution: GR.T.Popa University / EuroED Foundation
Country: Romania
Areas of Expertise: Applied linguistics, ESP, CLIL, sciences of education, innovation in education, quality assurance in education, CLIL approaches to the communication patient-medical staff and bioethics
Stefan Colibaba
Institution: Al.I. Cuza University
Country: Romania
Areas of Expertise: CLIL approaches to teaching science subjects, Education Sciences, ESP, Curriculum development, Quality assurance in higher education
Tatiana Sidorenko
Institution: Tomsk Polytechnic University
Country: Russian Federation
Areas of Expertise: Language education in higher institutions, ESP, academic writing or language as a tool for scientific development, university management, system analysis in language education, electronic means in language education.
Martin Dvorak
Institution: Södertörns University, Stockhom, Sweden
Country: Sweden
Areas of Expertise: pragmatics, namely language of persuasion, language acquisition as well as language teaching and learning
Vildan Özdemir
Institution: Mersin University
Country: Turkey
Areas of Expertise: Initial Teacher Education, Material Development in Language Teaching, Language Teaching History.
Dönercan Dönük
Institution: Mersin University
Country: Turkey
Areas of Expertise: Quality of teacher education and training, linguistics and language teaching.
Joseph Vancell
Institution: University of Hull
Country: United Kingdom
Areas of Expertise: Adult education, adult vocational training, critical pedagogy, social constructivism, Grounded Theory and digital learning, e-learning for SMEs;
Perry Binder
Institution: Georgia State University
Country: United States
Areas of Expertise: Higher Education (Business and Law Schools), e-Learning, Emerging Technologies in Teaching, Business Litigation, U.S.-Italy Comparative Law, Internet Law, Social Networks and Workplace Risk
Diane Boothe
Institution: Boise State University
Country: United States
Areas of Expertise: English Language Learning, Gifted and Talented Education, and Middle Grades Education
Michael Searcy
Institution: Somerset Community College
Country: United States
Areas of Expertise: Organizational communication, nonverbal communication and intercultural communication
Michael D. Santonino III
Institution: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University College of Business - Worldwide
Country: United States
Areas of Expertise: Higher Education (Management), e-Learning in multi-delivery modes, learning management systems in education, emerging technologies, accreditation and assessment processes in higher education.
Haohsiang Liao
Institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Country: United States
Areas of Expertise: Digital learning, Chinese language pedagogy, second language acquisition, teacher training and evaluation;
Hardin L.K. Coleman
Institution: Boston University - Wheelock College of Education and Human Development
Country: United States
Areas of Expertise: Minority student achievement, multicultural counseling and school counselor competence. Also interested in developing evidenced driven approaches to educational system change.

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