Foreign language teaching conference 2020
The foreign language teaching conference (ARETL) is a must-attend event for academia, researchers, and scholars. It is supported by numerous universities and scientific communities around the world.
foreign language teaching conference Covering such important topics as special education, education policy and leadership, learning psychology, assessment and evaluation, machine learning, inductive reasoning, and 120 others, this engaging education and learning conference will cover the latest trends in the field and address common challenges.
Deadlines to keep in mind
4 reasons to attend ARETL
- Gain valuable insights into the trends in education, teaching, and learning.
- Take part in cross-border idea exchange and networking.
- Learn about innovative solutions to challenges in the field.
- Find inspiration and research subjects for your next academic project.
Dr. Roger Wood
- Senior Lecturer in Education
- (Primary Science, Conservation, Inquiry-Based Learning and Outdoor Learning)
- Oxford Brookes University
TOPIC: A Universal Philosophy of Confidence-Informed Social Motivation (Everything becomes Obvious and Nothing makes Sense).
Dr. Roger Wood has enjoyed a wide range of roles as a primatologist, conservationist and educator over the past 28 years. He is a Senior Lecturer in Education at Oxford Brookes University, having previously been Senior Lecturer in Primary Teacher Development at Bishop Grosseteste University and a Research Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen. Prior to his doctoral research at the University of Birmingham, Roger held various teaching posts, was Head of Science Department at two schools, and enjoyed 13 years of senior leadership roles (including a Deputy Headship and two Headships) within independent and maintained schools.
Prof. Ernesto Colomo Magaña
Doctor of Educational Sciences from the University of Malaga. Professor at the University of Malaga. Research lines: axiology, educational innovation and educational technology. Member of the Innoeduca research group (University of Malaga).
Prof. Cuneyt Yenigun
Prof. Cuneyt Yenigun has Post-PhD from Florida State University. He is the founder Director of International Relations and Security Studies Postgraduate Programs at Sultan Qaboos University. His areas of interest focus on Security Studies, Middle East Studies, International Relations, and Conflict Resolution. He was awarded the Best European Scientist Plaque. He is the author of 5 books, the editorial board member of eleven journals, and the scientific committee member of around 200 International Conferences.
Dr. Mark Joseph A. Lorenzo
Mark Joseph A. Lorenzo is graduated from De La Salle University – Dasmariñas, Cavite, Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling, on-going. Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite, Master of Arts in Education major in Counseling. European – Russian Foreign Language. Vladivostok State University of Services and Economics, Russian Federation. Divine Word Mission Seminary, Quezon City, Associate in Philosophy. His Current position is Instructor at Cavite State University, College of Education, Laboratory Science High School, Indang, Cavite
Ph.D. Eszter Salamon
Eszter Salamon is a parental engagement and inclusive education expert currently working for Parents International and the European School Heads Association. She has worked in the field with a child rights background since 1989. Her education leadership PhD research topic was parental engagement as active citizenship.
Ph.D. William C. Frick
William C. Frick, Ph.D. is the Rainbolt Family Endowed Presidential Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies in the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education at the University of Oklahoma. He is the founding director of the Center for Leadership Ethics and Change (http://www.ou.edu/education/clec), and a former 2016-17 Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar to the Republic of Georgia.
Dr. Francisco David Guillén Gámez
Francisco David Guillén Gámez is a Doctor in the “Law and Society” program by the Distance University of Madrid (UDIMA). In postgraduate studies, he is an expert in the Master of Education and New Technologies for the UDIMA, Master’s Degree in Research in Education from the Complutense University of Madrid. At scientific field, has participated in research projects and teaching innovation.
Meenu Mathur Jha
Meenu Mathur Jha, currently working as the Sr Coordinator at Amity International School, Uttar Pradesh, India, has an experience of more than 25 years in the field of education. A dedicated teacher and an efficient administrator, she has multiple awards and recognitions to her name that are a testament to her innovative and boundary-pushing methods towards holistic development of the students.
Make foreign language teaching conference 2020 (ARETL) your publication platform of choice. Submit your paper and, if accepted, reach hundreds of thousands of researchers, scientists, students, and other academics around the world.
All accepted research papers will be published and indexed in the conference proceedings. The proceedings shall be submitted to Google Scholar for Indexing. Publication opportunities include with such prestigious indexed journals as ISI and Scopus indexed journals, among other international publications.
All accepted papers will be published in the conference Proceedings ISBN 978-609-485-100-1. 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.
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