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International Conference on e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies


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The International Conference on e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies aims to bring together key players and solution providers of the industry to gather and get involve in fruitful discussions on various important topics of the subject. The conference is designed by the professionals to provide a huge platform for presentations of research results and achievements in the field of e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies. The program will focus on various pressing issues related to the field. You will get to hear and learn direct from the peers about the latest trends and strategies to deal with the challenges that the industry is facing. Join the program to gain cutting edge tools to sharpen your marketing strategies.

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08:00 AM - 05:35 PM ( Oct 03) (General)
09:00 AM - 04:55 PM ( Oct 04) (General)

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Fri, 03 OctDay 1
Fri, 03 Oct 08:00 AM - 09:00 AMRegistration Desk Open
Fri, 03 Oct 09:00 AM - 09:30 AMConference Opening
Fri, 03 Oct 09:30 AM - 10:05 AMPlenary Session
Fri, 03 Oct 10:05 AM - 10:40 AMPlenary Session
Fri, 03 Oct 10:40 AM - 11:25 AMGarden Session and Coffee Break
Fri, 03 Oct 11:25 AM - 12:10 PMTalking Circles
Fri, 03 Oct 12:10 PM - 01:00 PMLunch
Fri, 03 Oct 01:00 PM - 02:40 PMParallel SessionsBlended LearningTeachers' Conceptions and Approaches to Blended Learning Environments: Preliminary Findings from a Phenomenographic StudyVicki Caravias, Swinburne College, Swinburne University of Technology, Kealba, AustraliaOverview: This paper reports a sub-set of findings from a study investigating Australian University teachers' conceptions and approaches to integrating pedagogy and content knowledge using blended learning environments such as Blackboard.Theme: PedagogiesThe Art of Blending: Scaffolding Learning with the Video VignettesAmanda Montgomery, Elementary Education, University of Alberta, Edmonton, CanadaOverview: This research examinines the role of video vignettes in supporting student engagement within a blended learning education course.Theme: PedagogiesThe Highs and Lows of Ubiquitous Mobile Connectivity: Investigating Students' Well-BeingMichele Salvagno, Psychology department Faculty of Science and Technology, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, UKAssoc. Prof. Jacqui Taylor, Bournemouth, UKDr. Milena Bobeva, Bournemouth, UKDr. Maggie Hutchings, Bournemouth, UKOverview: This qualitative study explores how university students and staff members co-construct the reality of students' well-being in ubiquitous and technology enhanced environments and the pedagogical implications for learners’ experience.Theme: InstitutionsA Study on the Effect Factors of Academic Achievement in College English Teaching: Blended LearningDr. Tae In Han, Department of e-Learning, Korea National Open University, Seoul, South KoreaOverview: The purpose of this study is to identify effect factors of academic achievement in college English teaching based on blended learning and their influence on the students.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 2 Changing ClassroomsIs the Flip Worth It? Comparing the Effectiveness of Flipped and Traditional Lesson PlanningDr. Josh DeSantis, Secondary Education, York College of Pennsylvania, York, USAOverview: This paper will s
Fri, 03 Oct 02:40 PM - 02:55 PMBreak
Fri, 03 Oct 02:55 PM - 04:35 PMParallel SessionsLanguage LearningImproving Students Pronunciation Based on Computer Assisted Language LearningZubaedah Wiji Lestari, English Department, Faculty of Teachers Training and Educational Sciences, Universitas Islam Nusantara, Bandung, IndonesiaOverview: This paper describes the use of computer software (Tell Me More) to improve students' pronunciation. The research was conducted in the second grade of one public school in Bandung, Indonesia.Theme: PedagogiesSignificant Learning: Promoting Integration, Caring and Learning to Learn in English Language LearningJonathan Harrison, Nihon University, College of Science and Technology, Tokyo, JapanDr. Ruth Vanbaelen, Nihon Univeristy, College of Science and Technology, Tokyo, JapanOverview: This paper will describe the Taxonomy of Significant Learning and its application to EFL English Communication courses in Japan. Emphasis was placed on integration, caring, and learning to learn.Theme: PedagogiesMobile-Assisted Language Learning in English Classroom for EFL StudentsDr. Nutprapha K. Dennis, English Department Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Ubon Ratchathani Rajabhat University, Muang, ThailandOverview: This is a study of Mobile-Assisted Language Learning (MALL) in English classroom for EFL students.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 2 Designed for LearningThe Prospects and Challenges of e-Learning with Nigerian UniversitiesDr. Joy Okah Edemoh, Department of Computer Sciences; Facaulty of Computing and Applied Sciences., Baze University Abuja. Nigeria., Abuja, NigeriaOverview: This paper discusses the e-learning approach with sustainable educational development and innovative technology application using the PITAD framework to investigate the prospects and challenges of e-learning with Nigerian universities.Theme: TechnologiesThe WIX Web Development Platform Use in an Introduction to Computing CourseProf. Robert Workman, Computer Science, Southern Connecticut State University, Hamden, USAOverview: Student
Fri, 03 Oct 04:35 PM - 04:50 PMConference Reception and Posters
Fri, 03 Oct 04:50 PM - 05:35 PMParallel SessionsPoster SessionUsing Social Network Tools to Extend Professional DevelopmentDr. David Pugalee, Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, USAOverview: Social networking tools such as NING provide opportunities to sustain professional development beyond typical face-to-face meetings.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 2 Poster SessionThe Role of Classroom Discourse Approach in Professional Development for Arabic Language TeachersSaleh Nasser Alshuwairekh, Department of Applied Linguistics, Imam University, Riyadh, Saudi ArabiaOverview: This study aims to use classroom discourse approach (CDA) as a tool to promote professional development for Arabic language teachers (ALT) in Saudi Arabia.Theme: InstitutionsRoom 3 Poster SessionDigital Learning Badges as a Mechanism for Certifying Information Research SkillsBee Gallegos, ASU Libraries- Fletcher Library, West campus, Arizona State University, Phoenix, USAOverview: Digital learning badges, proposed by ASU Librarians, offer a new and innovative approach to helping students build and demonstrate information research skills required for success in academia and the workplace.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 4 Poster SessionRoom 5 Poster Session
Sat, 04 OctDay 2
Sat, 04 Oct 09:00 AM - 09:35 AMRegistration Desk Open
Sat, 04 Oct 09:35 AM - 09:55 AMAnnouncements and Plenary Intro
Sat, 04 Oct 09:55 AM - 10:30 AMPlenary Session
Sat, 04 Oct 10:30 AM - 11:00 AMGarden Session and Coffee Break
Sat, 04 Oct 11:00 AM - 11:45 AMParallel SessionsRoundtable/WorkshopLearning in Motion: Designing Connected Learning SpacesDr. Drew T. Foley, Institute for Social Innovation, Fielding Graduate University, Moorpark, USADr. Silvina G. Paciencia Bamrungpong, Institute for Social Innovation, Fielding Graduate University, Moorpark, USADr. Frederick Steier, Department of Communication, University of South Florida, Tampa, USADr. Dorothy Agger-Gupta, School of Human and Organizational Development, Fielding Graduate University, Victoria, CanadaOverview: Learning in Motion explores possibilities for designing connected learning spaces that encompass elements of the physical and digital environment. Ideas from design thinking, storytelling, rapid prototyping, and gameplay are incorporated.Theme: Social TransformationsTowards a u201cWholeheartedu201d Andragogy: Fostering Connection in the Online History CourseMax Fassnacht, General Education, Ashford University, Portland, USAOverview: This project discusses the inclusion of weekly u201copen forumu201d discussions with the aim of fostering u201cwholeheartedu201d learning in a five week, online World Civilizations II course.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 2 Roundtable/WorkshopProviding Classroom-based and e-Learning Supports for Post-secondary Students Who StruggleDr. Glenn Buck, School of Education and Human Development, Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, USAOverview: College students who struggle can benefit from unique face-to-face and e-Learning teaching strategies. Innovative strategies that help students to acquire, organize, retain, and apply new knowledge are reviewed.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 3 Roundtable/WorkshopThe Gamification of Social Problems: Designing Serious Games for Training in Child Abuse and NeglectDr. Jane Reeves, SSPSSR, Canterbury, UKOverview: This session looks at how a suite of serious games has been developed by the Centre for Child Protection at the University of Kent to train professionals about child protection.Theme: Social TransformationsRoom 4 Roundtable/Worksh
Sat, 04 Oct 11:45 AM - 12:35 PMLunch
Sat, 04 Oct 12:35 PM - 02:15 PMParallel SessionsInstitutional InnovationsInnovative Technology and Youth OutreachMarc Rosegold, Crescent Valley High School, Corvallis School District 509J, Corvallis, USAOverview: I explore the use of innovative technology to increase youth access to critical information in high school settings using QR-readers, text to speech, and a variety of other creative tools.Theme: InstitutionsThe Logical Impossibility of the Status Quo: Six Disconnects that Make the Case for a Digital PedagogyPeter Bryant, Information Management and Technology, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UKOverview: This paper will argue for a significant re-evaluation of the role of technology within our pedagogy through the identification of six disconnects between student and institutional expectations.Theme: InstitutionsTransmedia Intertextualities in Educational Media Resources: The Case of BBC Schools in the UKDr. Maria Luisa Zorrilla-Abascal, Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación (Institute of Education Sciences) and General Direction of Multimodal Education, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelos, Cuernavaca, MexicoOverview: The main focus of this paper in on transmedia intertextuality as a mechanism for media convergence, especially referred to educational content intended for television and the internet.Theme: TechnologiesRoom 2 Collaborative LearningThe Active Learning ClassroomDr. Adva Margaliot, Achva Academic College of Education, Modiin, IsraelOverview: The ALC raises a variety of questions and challenges for teachers. We'll delineate a number of collaborative learning styles that are developing along the first year of using the ALC.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 3 Learning Outside the ClassroomA Virtual Pedagogy in the Framework of Cultural StudiesDr. Beatriz L. Fainholc, National University of La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina. CEDIPROE Center, Buenos Aires, ArgentinaOverview: I discuss new cultural digital concepts for thinking beyond a conventional inter
Sat, 04 Oct 02:15 PM - 02:45 PMFinal Talking Circles
Sat, 04 Oct 02:45 PM - 04:25 PMParallel SessionsNetworks, Media, and the Virtual ClassroomThe Facebook TutorValerie Anne Dickie, AEF, School of Management and Langauges, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UKDr. Helena Meier, University of Cologne, Cologne, GermanyOverview: Social networks are underutilised for teaching and learning in higher education. This paper discusses using Facebook to support learning and teaching of large undergraduate classes.Theme: PedagogiesA Proposed Architecture of an Automatic Adaptive E-Learning system based on users learning styleAdetunji Babatunde Adeniran, Physics/Electronics Department, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Ibadan, NigeriaAdemola Akande, Academic Technologist, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Ibadan, NigeriaOverview: This paper discusses a proposed architecture for an adaptive e-learning system, the adaptivity is meant to be automatic and based on learning preferences of user.Theme: PedagogiesVirtual Schools and the Affective DomainDr. Kimberly Tucker, Superintendent - Clay Community Schools, Educational Leadership, Plainfield, USAOverview: I examine the similarities and differences between traditional classroom teachers and online teachers as their pedagogy and perceptions relate to affective learning.Theme: PedagogiesRoom 2 Changing and Change in the ClassroomiPads in the Classroom: Can Technology Really Improve Legal Education?Michael William Blissenden, School of Law, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, AustraliaOverview: The use of technology in a higher education classroom is now widely accepted. However will it really provide a better learning experience, particularly in legal education?Theme: PedagogiesItem Response Caliberation/Estimation: An Approach to Adaptive e-learning System DesignAdetunji Babatunde Adeniran, Physics/Electronics Department, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Ibadan, NigeriaFlourence Babalola, Computer Science, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Ibadan, NigeriaAdemola Akande, Physics/Electronics, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Ibadan, NigeriaOverview:
Sat, 04 Oct 04:25 PM - 04:55 PMConference Closing
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