Conference History

EDUCATION CONF – The International Conference on Advanced Research in Education – has been organized for two years in a row. The last edition took place on the 22nd – 24th of November, 2019 in the stunning venue of Sorbonne University in Paris, France.

It was only fitting that Sorbonne University, one of the most prestigious public research universities in the world, was the backdrop of this event. Attended by leading scientists, researchers, and other members of the academia from such countries as Germany, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Turkey, Morocco, Canada, Finland, Portugal, Romania, Croatia, and others, EDUCATION CONF 2019 was as engaging as it was informative.

Research presented covered a variety of topics: online learning environments and pedagogical implications, globalization and engineering education, second language education in the early years, teacher coaching programs, using distant learning platforms for musical instructor training, and others.

EDUCATION CONF not only zoomed in on a range of important subjects, but offered its participants a dose of inspiration. Everyone was invited to attend a free guided tour of Paris, the city of lights.

We hope to see you at the 2021 instalment of the International Conference on Advanced Research in Education.

Second Round – keynote speaker

conference keynote speaker

Prof. Séraphin ALAVA

Member of the multidisciplinary team of the “Maison des Sciences de l’Homme” in Toulouse in the
field of radicals and regulations, the professor of education at the University of Toulouse II. He works in the Joint Unit of Research in Education Training Work Knowledge.

TOPIC: “Educational Challenges for the Prevention of Online Violent Extremism: A Synthesis of International Work”

Second Round – Highlighted speakers

Author Article Title Affiliation
Mrs. Hanadi Traifeh E- Learning Experiences from The Arab World Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany
Prof. Maria de Fátima Goulão Online Learning Environments And Pedagogical Implications Universidade Aberta, Portugal 
Dr. Radwa Atef Helmy Elshemy A clinical study to address the negative impacts of exposure to violence on Adolescents with Disabilities Saudia, Egypt
Prof. Pirjo Suvilehto Puppetry and Opera Are Striking.” Students’ Experiences of Collaboration and Curiosity in Puppetry Opera as a Case Study University of Oulu , Finland 
Prof. Marie-Josée Goulet Effectiveness of The Feedback-Dialogue in Hybrid University Courses Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada 
Prof. Zoran Krupka  School Principals as Jugglers Faculty of Economics & Business, University of Zagreb, Croatia 
Prof. Goran Vlasic School Principals as Jugglers Faculty of Economics & Business, University of Zagreb, Croatia  
Prof. Mariza Tsakalerou  Globalization and Engineering Education: The Pendulum Has Swung Again Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan 
Mrs. Maya Ezzedine Difficulties Encountered in the Education of the Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: Culture and other Issues Notre Dame University, Lebanon  
Mr. Abdelmoula Abouhilal Remote Controlled Hybrid Educational Platform: Case Study Sultan Moulay Slimane University, Morocco  
Prof. Ozan Tunca Anadolu Using Distant Learning Platform for Musical Instrument Instructor Training ANADOLU, Turkey
Carole Salis Teacher Coaching Program – the IDEA Linea B3 Project CRS4 Center for Advanced Studies Research and Development in Sardinia, Italy
Dr. Lavinia Cheie Anxiety and children’s mathematics academic performance: The role of working memory Research in Individual Differences and Legal Psychology (RIDDLE) Lab, Department of Psychology, Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania
Miss. Monica Buta A computer mediated training program to reduce children’s math anxiety Research in Individual Differences and Legal Psychology (RIDDLE) Lab, Department of Psychology, Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania
Dr. Mohammed Shosha QIGONG THERAPY AND LOW BACK PAIN SYNDROME IN ADULTS A NARRATIVE REVIEW Median Rehabilitation Clinic, Germany
Miss. Khouloud Souidi Expectation-performance gap in knowledge and competencies in accounting graduates: Evidence from Tunisia FACULTY OF ECONOMIC SCIENCES AND MANAGEMENT OF TUNIS
Ms. Manon Boutin Charles Second Language Education in The Early Years: Implications on Literacy Learning Sorbonne Nouvelle University, USPC, DILTEC, France
Dr.  Kostas Kokkinidis GESTURE RECOGNITION & CHANTING ASSESSMENT FOR BYZANTINE MUSIC LEARNING University of Macedonia, Grenada