world conference on Future of EDUCATION
12-14 September, 2019 _ Rome, Italy
Dates of Importance
Education Conference 2019:
It is our pleasure to announce the world conference on Future of Educationcoming to Rome, Italy on the 12th-14th of September, 2019. Our carefully designed agenda under the guidance of committee members and advisors will feature presentations on the most relevant topics in the field, from adult education, to psychology, to educational foundations, and many more. The international panel of speakers will facilitate engaging discussions and learning opportunities, while a free tour of the city will elevate your event experience to the next level. This is a unique opportunity to meet and learn from fellow researchers, academics, and scholars from all around the world. Make your contribution to the field by joining discussions, sharing your research, and brainstorming solutions to common problems.
Event Themes and Topics
This premier conference on Education will cover a range of themes, including, but not limited to:
Adult Education, Art Education, Business, Course Management, Curriculum Development, Research and Development, Educational Foundations, Education Policy and Leadership, E-Learning, Gaming, Global Issues in Education and Research, ICT, Inclusive Education, Learning / Teaching Methodologies and, Assessment, Pedagogy, Psychology, Research in Progress and Research Management
Please send your abstract for evaluation by the Scientific Committee and if abstract is accepted, submitter must provide full text paper. The full paper will be requested for subsequent publication opportunities. Otherwise, your abstract only will be published in the Proceeding. Read More
Full paper Format
We accept the submission of high-quality papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, experimental and theoretical work or research in all of the topic areas mentioned. Submission of a manuscript implies that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Read More
Prof. Barbara Szmigielska-Siuta
Professor of psychology at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland). Interested in developmental and educational psychology and psychology of dreams. Author of numerous scientific articles and several monographies, including “Children’s Dreams” (2010, New York).
Prof. Dorota Czyżowska
Prof. Dorota Czyżowska is Associate Professor at the Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Her main areas of interest are human development across the lifespan, with particular emphasis on development of moral reasoning and moral education.
Prof. Ewa Gurba
Ewa Gurba, Ph.D. is a professor at the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology in the Institute of Psychology of Jagiellonian University (Krakow, Poland). She is a Secretary of Polish Association of Human Development. In her scientific and research work she deals with the problems of the development of adolescents, as well as adults and people in emerging adulthood.
Dr. Martin Rusek
Dr. Martin Rusek is an associate professor of chemistry education. Apart from teacher training, he focuses on research in education. Among his research interest belong: student activating strategies, textbook analysis, analyzing students’ problem solving skills or developing teachers’ profession vision.
Dr. Abasalt Khorasani
He is an Academic Member of Shahid Beheshti University, President of Iranian Society Of Training And Development, Human Resources Management Of MSRT Ministry In Iran and Consular of Training and HRM In Iranian Organization.
Dr. Fai-Hang Lo
Dr FH Lo began his career as a lecturer of the School of Life Sciences of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2009; he has been teaching Biochemistry/Life Science major courses and General Education courses in the university since then. In the meantime, he is also an enthusiastic teacher of popular science in Hong Kong.
Udeni Jayasinghe was a research scholar at the University of Colombo School Of Computing, Sri Lanka. Her research interests include Game-Based Learning(GBL), Gamification, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision and Image Processing. Ms. Udeni has a B.Sc. Honors (Computer Science) from University of Colombo School of Computing, Colombo, Sri Lanka (2009). This paper is based on her MPhil research based on GBL and currently, she is studing for her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Reading.
Dr. Mohamed A. Shamma
He is Associate Prof. at the Faculty of Education and a Member of the International Classification and Scientific Publishing Committee, Damietta University, Egypt.
FIRST VISIT TO ROME?
One-day city tour free of charge
Rome, Italy’s capital, is a cosmopolitan city with around 3,000 years of worldwide prominent art, architecture, culture, and culture on display. Vatican City in Rome headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and home to the Pope, is the smallest country in the world, which attracts over 12.6 million tourists each year.
Also, Rome’s nickname “Caput Mundi,” coming from Latin and meaning capital of the world.
since Rome has access to so much water, there are fifty monumental fountains and hundreds of smaller fountains, over 2000 fountains in all, more than any other city in the world.
Rome is said to have one of the nicest urban populations in Europe. And by nice, I mean downright friendly, uncharacteristic of most European cities. Italians are known for being hospitable and those in their capital city are no exceptions. And this doesn’t just include those with businesses serving tourists.
The capital city of Italy hosts numerous festivals every year that never fail to fascinate its visitors. Being the center of western civilization for thousands of years has definitely left the Romans a bit of cultural legacy.
Deadline: 02 September, 2019
- AUTHORS (STUDENTS): €250
- AUTHORS (REGULAR): €280
- LISTENER: €120
- VIRTUAL DELEGATE: €140
Deadline: 02 September, 2019
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