Presentation Schedule

Time Zone: Europe/London

Monday


Session 1

Room A (Live-Stream)
Religion and History in Literature
Session Chair: Yu Jin

08:00 – Exploring Existential Authenticity: The Philosophical Foundations of the Self in British Literature from the Restorations Era to the Early 19th Century (82721)
My name is Tuan Anh Chau and I am a Master's student. My interests are in modernist literature and existential psychotherapy and my current project is a meta-analysis on the effects of smartphones on ADHD symptomology among American young adults.
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08:25 – Cosmogony – A Philosophical Odyssey: Juxtaposition of the Cultural Legend of the Shukla and Krishna Yajur Veda with their Upanishadic Literary Genre (82877)
Mr Sivaram Sivasubramanian is a Business Employee at JAIN (deemed-to-be University) in India
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08:50 – Comparative Study Between Pataleshwar Temple of Malhar and Nohaleshwar Temple of Nohta: A Detailed Architectural Investigation Through Socio-Religious Kaleidoscope (80372)
Ms Sanjukta De is a University Doctoral Student at University of Calcutta in India. She has done her Graduation, Masters, B.Ed, M.Phil from University of Calcutta. She have participated in many National and International Conferences.
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09:15 – A Study on the Secularization of the Image of Redhead in Medieval English Literature (82993)
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Teaching and Learning Experiences
Session Chair: Yirui Du

08:00 – Bridging the Gap: Strategies for Enhancing Postgraduate Supervision in Brazilian Higher Educational Institutions (80764)
Oluwatosin Mariam Junaid, is a doctoral student at the department of modern languages, University of Sao Paulo Brazil. Her research interest is centered on academic literacies with a focus on academic writing and writing for publication purposes.
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08:25 – Navigating Academic Success: The Impact of CGPA Goal Setting on Student Performance (81590)
Ms Jaime Yap is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Sunway University in Malaysia
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08:50 – Exploring the Motivational Potential of Authentic Assessment Through the Lens of Self-Determination (78311)
Dr Chris Martin is a Senior Learner Developer within the Centre for Academic Success at Birmingham City University. He has an academic background in languages, linguistics and education with a specific interest in motivation and engagement.
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09:15 – Learning Motivation, Class Engagement, and Academic Performance in Mixed-Grade Classes at Wenzhou-Kean University (81866)
Dr Rosalie Palaroan is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Wenzhou Kean University in China
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Curriculum Design and Development
Session Chair: Rodah Sechele - Nthapelelang

08:00 – Workplace Learning and Adaptation: A Perception-Response Model (83076)
Thai Vu is a recent PhD graduate from Curtin University, Australia. Before PhD studies, Thai worked as a lecturer at USSH–HCM, Vietnam National University and as a dean at Vietnamese-American Vocational Training College. Thai’s key research includes work-integrated learning, organisational behaviour, employability, study-to-work transition, and international students.
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08:25 – Echoes of Creativity: Bridging Pedagogy and Innovation Through a Real-World Design Project (79933)
Professor Carla Cadete is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Lusófona University/HEI-Lab: Digital Human-Environment Interaction Lab in Portugal
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08:50 – MBA Program: An Analysis on Alignment of Curricula with Current Needs and Its Challenges (79845)
Sadia Sheikh is a student of MS Management at the School of Business Studies at IBA Karachi, Pakistan where she also works as Assistant Manager in the Accreditation Office. Her interests i clude Organizational Behavior, Culture and Education.
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09:15 – Syllabus Review as a Leitmotif to Achieving Educational Objectives: The Case of the Botswana Junior Certificate of Education Syllabus (83176)
Ms Rodah Sechele-Nthapelelang is currently the Head of Department - French at the University of Botswana. Sitting at the academic rank of Senior lecturer, Ms Rodah Sechele-Nthapelelang is a specialist of French language and comparative literatures.
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Comparative Foreign Language Learning and Teaching
Session Chair: Asami Nakayama

08:00 – Evaluation of the Impact of Accelerated Reader on Chinese Primary School Pupils’ English Reading Attainment and Wider Outcomes (80088)
Fujia Yang is a doctoral student at the School of Education, Durham University, United Kingdom.
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08:25 – Assessing Metacognitive Skills in Mathematical Problem Solving: A Comparative Study of a Task-Specific Questionnaire and Think Aloud Protocol (81131)
Mrs. Uthpala Pramudini Athukorala is a Lecturer in Institute of Technology University of Moratuwa (ITUM), Sri Lanka. She is interested in developing IT solutions for improving teaching and learning process.
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08:50 – Enhancing Traditional Textbooks Using the Task-Based Approach: The Case of Teaching Turkish to Greek L1 in Cyprus (80842)
Ms Katerina Antoniou Karantoki is a University Doctoral Student at University of Cyprus in Cyprus
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09:15 – Transient Linguistic Tides: Willingness to Communicate in Japanese Among Study Abroad Students (80021)
Ms Asami Nakayama is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Gifu University of Medical Science in Japan
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Room E (Live-Stream)
Innovative Technology in Education
Session Chair: Wafa ElGarah

08:00 – Digital Peer Learning Hub: Accelerating Networked Learning (82510)
Dr Rikke Duus is an award-winning Associate Professor at the UCL School of Management. She is also visiting faculty at ETH Zurich.
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08:25 – Artificial Intelligence: Tracing the AI’s Roots & Evolution and Its Growing Impact on Emotional Intelligence of Humans (80799)
Ms Amanpreet Kaur is a University Doctoral Student at Panjab University, Sector-14, Chandigarh in India
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08:50 – Impact of Topic and Video-Based Learning in Programming on Students’ Performance: A Pilot Study in Undergraduate Engineering Education (80329)
Dr. Özlem Albayrak is a Assistamt Proffessor at TED University, Software Engineering department.
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09:15 – Factors Affecting Generation Z to Engage in Academic Cybercheating (82699)
Prof. Wafa El Garah is a Professor of Management Information Systems at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane and a Fulbright Scholar. Her research interests are in the area of IT adoption, IT ethics, and Education.
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Session 2

Room A (Live-Stream)
Film and Literature Studies
Session Chair: Shuyu Liu

09:50 – Sempre Libera: Making Spaces for the Repositioning of Marginalized Individuals and Social Groups (80756)
Jovana Stefanović, PhD candidate at the University of Belgrade and architect working at CBH+P design studio. Artistic work in field of theatrical set design. Classicaly trained violinist and opera singer. Former musical theoretician.
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10:15 – Fantasy’s Role in Approaching War: A Comparison of Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and Barrie’s Peter Pan (83136)
Ms Elif Yılmaz is currently a lecturer at Ankara Medipol University in Ankara, Turkey. Ms Elif YILMAZ is currently having her Phd degree at Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University in Ankara, Turkey in the field of English language and Literature.
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10:40 – The Immersive Experience via Theatre Broadcast: A Case Study on the Bridge Theatre’s a Midsummer Night’s Dream (2019) (79985)
Shuyu Liu is a PhD student from University of Nottingham. Her research area specialises in digital and broadcast theatre and explores the institutional change of broadcasting theatre productions within both subsidised and commercial venues.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Learning Experiences, Student Learning and Learner Diversity (Workshop)
Session Chair: Starr Sackstein

09:50 – Make All Assessment Student-Led: Promoting Agency and Achievement Through Portfolio and Conferences (78812)
Ms Starr Sackstein is a Business Owner/Executive at Mastery Portfolio in United States
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10:40 – How Does Print Exposure Facilitate English Lexical Development in Hong Kong Primary School Children? (82601)
Arthur Kan is currently a PhD student in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. He research interests include language acquisition, bilingualism, and corpus linguistics.
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Contemporary Issues in Educational Institutions
Session Chair: Lorenzo Duchi

09:50 – Perspectives on Austrians Secondary Level Art Curriculum Towards Democracy Education (83141)
Eva Greisberger is Senior Lecturer the Center for Didactics of Art and Interdisciplinary Education at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and further a PHD student.
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10:15 – Posthuman-a/r/tography Matter: The New Enlightenment of Decolonization from the More-than-human Perspective in Art Education Context (82686)
Mengkai Zhang, Art Education graduate student and research assistant at UBC, who is interest in A/r/tography, Taoism, More-than-human, Art education for Sustainability.
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10:40 – The Societal Impact of Universities: A Qualitative Evaluation of an Education Innovation (83082)
Mr Lorenzo Duchi is currently an education designer and researcher at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Applied Linguistics Research
Session Chair: Janine Berns

09:50 – Multimodal Aspects of Academic Oral Presentations: Pedagogical Perspective (80789)
Dr Tetyana Smotrova is a Lecturer at National University of Singapore in Singapore.
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10:15 – A Study on the Relevance of Learner Centric Materials for the Holistic Acquisition of the Skills of English in an Intermediate ESL Classroom at the Tertiary Level (77933)
Dr D. Christina Sagaya Dhiraviam is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Loyola College, Chennai in India
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10:40 – The Challenge of Sounds in FL Listening and Speaking: Perspectives From Dutch Learners of French and Their Teachers (80661)
Dr Janine Berns is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Radboud University in Netherlands
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Room E (Live-Stream)
Sustainability and Inclusivity in Education
Session Chair: Amy Toms

09:50 – Exploring Social Sensitivity and Cultivating Inclusive Sexuality Education in Lithuania: Value Narratives, Educator Training, and Implementation Hurdles (78317)
Mr Marius Bytautas is a University Doctoral Student at Vytautas Magnus University in Lithuania
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10:15 – Learning Analytics and Attainment of SDG 4 for Sustainability in Industry 4.0 (82274)
Dr Aderinsola Kayode is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at Durban University of Technology, South Africa in South Africa
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10:40 – A Six-Week Project Introducing Japanese University Students to the Theme of Activism (80691)
Amy's research interests include gender awareness in language education, reflective practice, and psychological factors influencing language learning.
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Session 3

Room A (Live-Stream)
Politics and Development
Session Chair: Yebo Yu

11:40 – The TAPI Project: A Case Study of Regional Development in South and Central Asia (82520)
Mr Sayed Ali Asghar AMIRI is a University Doctoral Student at Nagoya University in Japan
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12:05 – Platformizing the Rural: The New Farmer Program on Douyin (82541)
Hanxiao Zhang is currently the PhD student in Information and Communication in University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
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12:30 – Gender-Specific Trends of Multimorbidity Prevalence Among Chinese Older Adults: An Age-Period-Cohort Analysis (82840)
Ms Yebo YU is currently a PhD candidate student at School of Public Health, Peking University in China.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Learner's Diversity and Inclusivity
Session Chair: Hsuehi Lo

11:15 – A Mixed Method Study of Middle School Students’ Perception of the Impact of Socio-Economic Status on Academic Intrinsic Motivation (78323)
Dr. Pallavi Aggarwal is currently a post doctoral fellow in University of Missouri-Saint Louis, United States of America.
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11:40 – How Inclusive 3rd Level Education Is Experienced by People with Intellectual Disability: A Scoping Review (82535)
Therese Hennessy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Limerick, Ireland. Since qualifying as a registered psychiatric nurse, she has worked in both clinical practice and nurse education.
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12:05 – A Mirror Image of Social Justice: A Case Study of Two Midwestern (USA) Somali Teachers Share Their Perceptions in DEI (80263)
Dr. Hsuehi Lo, Ed.D. is an associate professor at St. Cloud State University, state of Minnesota, the U.S.A. His studies include inclusive STEM education, DEI in K-12 education, social justice implicated in critical race theory, and cultural studies.
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12:30 – Intellectual Virtues Towards Building Professional and Citizenship Education: The Case of Higher Education (82941)
Ms Vassiliki Delli is currently an ESP/EAP Instructor at the Foreign Language Unit of the University of Patras.
Her research interests include Intercultural Communication, Citizenship Education and Higher Education pedagogy.
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Issues in Alternative Education
Session Chair: Ali Asghar Kia

11:15 – The Unseen Toll of Academic Success: Shadow Education and Student Well-Being (82939)
Ms Deeksha Sharma is a University Doctoral Student at Panjab University, Chandigarh in India
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11:40 – A Comparative Evaluation of MOOCs and Classroom Learning in Engineering and Science in India: A MOOC Policy Assessment (82557)
Mr Pramath Kant is a University Doctoral Student at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in India
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12:05 – Preparing to Succeed: The Impact of an Access Module at the Open University (81800)
Dr Renu Bhandari is a staff tutor in the Centre for Access, Open and Cross-curricular Innovation (AOCCI), associate lecturer, and consultant with the Open University, UK.
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12:30 – Applications of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence and Open Educational Resources to Improve E-Learning: Case Study of “Online Journalism” Lesson in Iran (79810)
Dr. Ali Asghar Kia is a full professor of the Journalism Department of Allameh Tabataba'i University and has a PhD in Journalism Communication Sciences from the University of Wollongong, Australia in 1997.
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Foreign Languages Education
Session Chair: Andreea Cervatiuc

11:15 – Importance of Background Knowledge for ESL Students (83070)
Dr. Mariana Alvayero Ricklefs is assistant professor in ESL and bilingual education at Northern Illinois University, USA. Her research interests include language ideologies, raciolinguistics, teacher preparation, & bi/multilinguals with disabilities.
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11:40 – Transformation of EFL in the Turkish Education System from the Ottoman Empire to the Republic of Turkey (79214)
Ms Sinem Maden-Tuna is a University Doctoral Student at University of Łódź in Poland
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12:05 – Reflection of Underachieving Language Learners on the Failed Online Intervention in Writing and Speaking Skills (81727)
Dr NAZLI AGGUN CELIK is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at İskenderun Technical University in Turkey
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12:30 – The Multilingual Turn in Teaching English as an Additional Language (82546)
Dr Andreea Cervatiuc is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at University of British Columbia in Canada
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Room E (Live-Stream)
Innovative Technology in Education
Session Chair: Pedro Alves

11:15 – Digital Diagnostic and Individualized Support for Reading at the Primary Level with Formative Assessment (80249)
Judith Hanke has been a scientific associate at Europa-Universität Flensburg since 2021. Her research and work focuses on inclusive education, reading support, reading strategies, digital learning, formative assessment, and learning analytics.
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11:40 – Bridging the Traditional Gap Between Educational Experiences and the “Real World” Through Reimagined Learning Spaces (79601)
Dr. Shari Childers, Academic Assoc Dean, helps to build, and support rigorous, multidisciplinary, high-impact programs that connect community and industry with the academy, crafting learning experiences that better prepare students for life and work.
Ms Jeannine Vail is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at University of North Texas in United States
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12:05 – Exploring Imaginary Worlds: Leveraging Immersive Virtual Reality for Designing and Constructing 3D Environments (82861)
Currently, Mr Albert Lehrman is developing a 3d design course aimed to enhance creative problem-solving skills. This research compares the working, thinking and associative processes of students working on 3D models and in Immersive Virtual Reality.
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12:30 – A New Digital Strategy for Film Education in Portugal: Analysis of Its Impact in Five Peri-Urban Schools (80663)
Professor Pedro Alves is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Portugal
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Session 4

Room A (Live-Stream)
Arts Theory and Criticism
Session Chair: Rui Ji

13:05 – Immortality of Iconography: An Examination of the Taoist Eight Immortals Motif in Shanxi Tombs During the Jin Dynasty (1115-1234 CE) (78791)
Ms Jinglin Li is a University Doctoral Student at Arizona State University in United States
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13:30 – Forging Dong Qichang: A Close Study of the Cloudy Mountain in the Style of Mi Fu in the MET (80682)
Mr Boxi Liu is a University Doctoral Student at Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture in United States
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13:55 – Exploring Multicultural Narratives in the Global Art Landscape: Three ‘Chinese Characters’ Artworks at the Venice Biennale (82879)
Dr. Rui Ji's research interests focus on the history of China's overseas exhibitions within a global art context, including the Venice Biennale and the history of Chinese contemporary art, from multicultural and cross-cultural perspectives.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Culture and Language
Session Chair: Paulina De Santis

13:05 – Empowering Learner’s Vocabulary Through an Autonomous Approach (82439)
Natsuki Matsui is an associate professor at Kyoto University of Advanced Science. She specializes in linguistics. Her research focuses on lexical semantics, language typology, and Teaching Foreign language (English/Japanese) through movies and TV ser
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13:30 – Empowering University Students in Hong Kong to “Read as a Writer” Rather than to Merely “Read as a Reader” (83102)
Dr Allen Ho is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at The Chinese University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong
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13:55 – Project-Based Learning in Advanced Foreign Language Classroom (80808)
Dr Paulina De Santis is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at DLIFLC in United States
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14:20 – Exploring the Linguistic-Correlates of Language Learner Diversity Towards Holistic Learner Classification (80660)
Shalu Kumari is currently a doctoral candidate at the CLST, IIT Guwahati. Her research interest lies in the domain of cognitive linguistics & language learning Her doctoral work is aimed at creating customizable language teaching tools.
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Professional Training, Development and Concerns in Education
Session Chair: Christiana Kappo-Abidemi

13:05 – Self-Efficacy and Teachers’ Professional Development: The Relationship Between Various Online and Traditional Professional Development Activities and Teachers’ Self-Efficacy (83235)
Dr. Badriah Algarni is a Graduate PhD student from the Department of Education, The University of York. Dr. Badriah does research in Educational Technology, blended and online learning.
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13:30 – Pedagogical Training as a Protective Factor of Occupational Risk Among Teachers: Empirical Evidence for Colombia (80941)
Cristian Cortés-García works at the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia. His research interests mainly focus on educational assessment, teacher training, and teaching evaluation. Currently, he is preparing himself to apply and begin his PhD.
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13:55 – Exploring Principal Autonomy in the Emirates School Establishment: A Qualitative Case Study (83058)
Dr. Asma Khaleel Abdallah is an assistant professor at Sharjah Education Academy, Sharjah, UAE.
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14:20 – Academic Staff Perspectives on Human Capital Development in Selected South African Higher Education Institutions (81561)
Dr Christiana Kappo-Abidemi is currently a senior lecturer in Human Resource Management at the School of Development Studies, University of Mpumalanga, South Africa
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Room D (Live-Stream)
Language, Linguistics
Session Chair: Charles Cheuk Fung Lok

13:05 – Morphological Dimensionality: Insights into the Variability of Morphological Knowledge Across Languages (82848)
Lama Bergstrand Othman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Special Education
Areas of Interests: Cognitive Psychology of Reading, Assistive Technology, and Behavior Intervention.
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13:30 – Diglossia and Literacy Development: Navigating a Language Variations (82878)
Lama Bergstrand Othman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Special Education
Areas of Interests: Cognitive Psychology of Reading, Assistive Technology, and Behavior Intervention.
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13:55 – The Production Effect in Word Learning: Comparing Monolingual and Bilingual Speakers (80330)
Dr Brian Mathias is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at University of Aberdeen in United Kingdom
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14:20 – Bilingual Children’s Development of Cantonese: Responses to Cantonese A-not-A Questions (83144)
Mr. Charles Lok is currently a research assistant in the Childhood Bilingualism Research Centre (CBRC) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). His research focuses on bilingual acquisition in early childhood.
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Room E (Live-Stream)
Innovative Technology in Education
Session Chair: Tingjia Wang

13:05 – Unleashing the Digital Potential: Exploring Language Investment and Digital Competence Among STEM University Students in China (82674)
Miss Jiaqi Xu is currently a Senior Research Assistant at the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
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13:30 – Enhancing Language Awareness in International Teacher Candidates through Arts-Based Critical Reflection: A Collaborative Self-Study (80706)
Ms Miriam Cuccu is a University Doctoral Student at University of Macerata in Italy
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13:55 – Conceptualising the User-App Interactivity in Augmented Reality-Mediated Literacy Learning (81090)
Dr. Tingjia Wang is Assistant Professor in Hiroshima University, holding a PhD in Linguistics from The University of Sydney. Her research expertise spans over fields of Applied Linguistics, Initial Teacher Education, Multimodal Literacies and Social Semiotics.
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14:20 – Artificial Intelligence Augmented Creativity in Arts Education (80801)
Dr Zoran Poposki is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at The Education University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong
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Session 5

Room A (Live-Stream)
Arts, Media and Society
Session Chair: Raffaella Marini

14:55 – Like a Light: Collective Story of People During an Uncertain Time a Participatory Art Project (78213)
Mark Dave Azores is an Instructor at Bicol University, an artist, and a designer. I take an interest in arts-based research focusing on issues in society. As a designer, I am an advocate for designing with empathy through the design thinking method.
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15:20 – Fashioning Identity: Using Instagram to Challenge Misconceptions of Religion, Modesty, and Beauty (80592)
Rachel Abreu is a PhD Researcher in the Communications, Media, and Culture Department at the University of Stirling. Her research centres on social media, identity, and representation within a postcolonial, feminist framework.
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15:45 – Image as Viral Transmission, Artist as Media: the Work of General Idea (78063)
Ruohong Wu is a PhD candidate at UPM, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain. Her research interest covers the assembly of public space and contemporary artistic practice. She is based in the Netherlands.
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16:10 – From Japanese Graphic Arts to Ainu Stories: An Exploratory Study of the Narration of “Authentic Japan” through Japan House London (80728)
Raffaella Marini is a Ph.D. candidate in International Relations at Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of International Relations (Kyoto). Her doctoral work analyzes the strategic narratives constructed and promoted through Japan House London.
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