Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 5th International Conference on Advanced Research in Education, Teaching and Learning announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the ARETL Organizing Committee decided to hold the conference entirely Online. The Virtual presentations were delivered via an online electronic forum (Webinar), where the participants engaged in lively discussions during the conference,
Dr. Lin Lim
Associate Dean at Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education, studio city, CA
Topic: Guiding Framework to Educate Children with High Potential and Disabilities: Integrating Brain Targetted Teaching and Strength-based Pedagogy.
Dr. Lin Lim, Ph.D. is the Associate Dean of Communications at Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education in Studio City, California (USA). She holds a doctorate in psychology from Boston University, Academic Graduate Certificate in Mind, Brain and Education (Johns Hopkins University Graduate School of Education), and Academic Graduate Certificate in Twice-exceptional Education (Bridges Graduate School). Her parenting journey with her two profoundly gifted children, one twice-exceptional, and the other radically accelerated drives her to create better understanding, communication, and nurturance for such children between all educational stakeholders. She serves on several non-profit boards serving gifted families such as Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG), is a founding board member of Gifted Education Family Network in Texas and is the founder of the non-profit Quark Collaboration Institute. Dr. Lim’s current interests include bridging educator-parent-researcher-policy communications, using data visualization techniques, and developing interdisciplinary dynamic complex multi-systems embodied guiding frameworks around parenting, education, and applied research with gifted outliers. She enjoys presenting nationally and internationally at conferences ranging from parenting, education, interdisciplinary social science, to psychology.
ARETL Highlighted Speakers
|Dr.Muhammad Zafar Iqbal||Boosting Student Involvement during e-Learning for Engineering Courses||United Arab Emirates University,UAE|
|Dr. Walther Tessaro||Assessment postures of future teachers||University of Geneva,Switzerland|
|Dr.Zuruzi Abu Samah||Perception among students towards learning environment and innovation: A study among engineering students in Saudi Arabia||Alfaisal University,Saudi Arabia|
|Ms.Wadinlada Thuratham||Exploring English Syntactic Structures and Tenses in Online International News||Rajamangala University of Technology, Tawan-ok,Thailand|
|Ms.Niranjana Dhawan||Students’ Perceptions of their Online Communication with their Instructor, in an Undergraduate Communication Skill Classroom||Sunway University,Malaysia|
|Mrs. Golay Amiri||The Effect of Interventionist DA versus Interactionist DA on Iranian EFL Learners’ Autonomy and Strategy Use in Reading Class||Shahrood University of Technology,Iran|
|Mr.Dinh Cao Tuong||The Effects Of Students’ Internet Self-Efficacy And Self-Regulated Learning On Students’ Satisfaction And Academic Achievement In Online Learning Environment||FPT University,Vietnam|
|Miss.Guiu Pauna-Gabriela||Teaching and learning science concepts: A corpus of metaphors and analogies used in Romanian secondary education Physics and Chemistry textbooks||National University of Political Studies and Public Administration,Romania|
|Dr.Duduzile Mzindle||Final year B.Ed students’ response to a new normal with reference to virtual learning: Durban University of Technology case study||Durban University of Technology,South Africa|
|Ms.Adelina Mulyani Go||Teachers Metamorphoses: A narrative inquiry into Indonesian Secondary Teachers’ Resilience during Covid-19 Pandemic||Indepedent Researcher,Indonesia|