We held the 5th International Conference on the Future of Education _ WCFEDUCATION _ in the vivacious city of Stockholm, Sweden, from August 10 to 12, 2022. The conference was a never-ending flow of events that left a lasting effect on everyone who attended, from perceptive speeches to lively networking sessions to thought-provoking poster presentations to a guided tour around the city.
The participants had the chance to learn more about the most recent issues and trends in education. The issues covered in the oral, poster, and online presentations included the Future of Academic Teaching, technology and teaching, intercultural factors in teaching, Mental Health importance, Covid-19 impacts, use of social media in Education, and many more topics.
The success of the event was made possible by the participation of listeners and speakers from Israel, Hungary, South Africa, Japan, Canada, India, New Zealand, Germany, South Korea, Greece, Morocco, Romania, Australia, Slovenia, the United States, and more.
|Prof. Dr. Nissim Ben-Arie||Perspectives on the Future of Academic Teaching: Long-Term Covid19 Effects||the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel|
|Mr. James Elikana Mmari||The support of technology in improving employee’s professional development at the workplace in collaboration with higher technical institutes||Eötvös Loránd University,Hungary|
|Mr. William Collins||Universal Themes in Poetry as an Aid to Intercultural Competence?||Nagasaki University,Japan|
|Mr. Itumeleng Phage||Grade 12 Learners’ Alternative Conceptions about Rate of Chemical Reaction in Selected Schools in Lepelle Circuit, South Africa||Central University of technology, South Africa|
|Mr. Bongs Lainjo||Predictive Analytics Algorithms: Mitigating Academic Institution Dropout Rates||Cybernetic International, Canada|
|Prof. Dr. Yunrak Sohn||Theater in Education (TIE) Course to Overcome the Closed Era of COVID-19||Dongguk University, South Korea|
|Dr. Stella Chantzi||The Historical Context of the Beginning of the 20th Century and the Spread of Demoticism in Greece||University of Western Macedonia, Greece|
|Prof. Dr. Amine Amar||Student Mental Health Association with Grades and Education Behaviors||Al Akhawayn University, Morocco|
|Mr. Mark Joel Pierce||Student Homelessness, COVID-19, and Social-Emotional Strengths and Needs: A Case Study||Southern Methodist University, the United States|
|Dr. Thi Phuong Lan Nguyen||The Social and Cultural Inclusion within Programs of Vietnamese Bachelor of English Language Teacher Education||The University Of Newcastle, Australia|
|Dr. Birta Szekely Noemi||Audio Diaries: Developing Pre-Service Teachers’ Reflective Practices||Babes-Bolyai University, Romania|
|Ms. Sohni Zahid Siddiqui||Sohanjana Antibullying Intervention: Culturally and Socially Targeted Intervention for Teachers in Pakistan to Take Actions against Bullying||“Technische Universität Berlin, Germany|
|Prof. Dr. Yu-mei Wang||Education Aftermath Covid-19||University of Alabama at Birmingham, the United States|
|Dr. Reema Mani||Engagement, authenticity, and exploration: Learning from a postal interaction in reaching out to students||Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India|
|Mr. Luis Javier Bartos Pérez||Enhancing the Well-Being and Academic Experience of Higher Education Students. The CRAFT program: Theoretical Framework and Preliminary Research||uckland University of Technology, New Zealand|
|Prof. Dr. Patrick Poon||The Use of Social Media in Business Education||Lingnan University, Hong Kong|
|Prof. Tatjana Krapse||Developing Students’ Entrepreneurial Competence through Two Models of Teaching Approach||Institute for Education, Slovenia|
|Ms. Fei Xue||How Does Virtual Reality Facilitate Students’ Learning? A Comparative Study Conducted In A Food Microbiology Laboratory Class||University of California, Davis, the United States|
|Ms. Balqis Albreiki||Identify students at risk using Graph representation and conventional ML methods||United Arab Emirates University|