Second Round – 2020

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 2nd 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.

Conference Highlighted Speakers

AuthorArticle titleAffiliation
Dr.Maroua RogtiUsing an Interactive Teaching Approach to Foster Communicative Competence in the Algerian EFL ContextTeachers Higher College, Laghouat, Algeria
Mrs.Senka SlijepčevićCollaboration with teachers in the domain of school counselingFaculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad,Serbia
Dr.Luís Filipe Torres MoreiraPromoting 21st-century learning through Skype in the ClassroomColégio Casa Mãe,Portugal
Mr.Umar AlamThe Role of Technology in EducationAsian International School and College KP, Pakistan
Miss. Nipawan NarueprempreeImproving the Speaking Ability of Grade Seven Students through Picture-Based ActivitiesUniversity of Phayao,Thailand
Mr.Shah FahadFactors that affect Transition of Children from Pre School to Primary Level SchoolIqra International School and college swabi KP, Pakistan
Mrs.Inga AtladóttirPure Relationship – Open Heart. Leadership community in an Icelandic school in times of Globalization.The Leadership Community,Iceland
Mrs.Lea MustonenMixed Groups as a Way to Teach Meta-Skills to Engineering StudentsHäme University of Applied Sciences,Finland
Mr.Christopher HorgerEnhancing Literacy with Student ModelsAmerican University of Sharjah,UAE
Ms.Ilona M. Petsch, M.A.Making medical teaching interactive: catering learning needs in radiologyUniversity of Muenster, and University Hospital Muenster/Department of Clinical Radiology, Medical Faculty,Germany
Teaching radiology: Integrating medical students by increasing communication
Mr.Douglas Rossi RamosAn analysis of subjectivation processes mediated by new digital technologiesSão Paulo State University (Unesp),Brazil
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