Presentation Schedule

Time Zone: Europe/Paris

Monday


Session 1

Room A (Live-Stream)
Digital Technologies in the Arts
Session Chair: Alessandra Micalizzi

10:00 – Exploring Digital Technology in Printmaking: Innovations, Challenges, and Pedagogical Implications in Contemporary Indian Practice (80219)
Mr Partha Dutta is a University Doctoral Student at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in India
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10:25 – Discursive Connection: The Constructive Potential of the Digital Public Sphere (78257)
Ms Qi Zhang is a Doctor of Philosophy at Nanjing University in China
Mr. Yuhong Li is a University Doctoral Student at Nanjing University in China
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10:50 – AI Music Production: How AI Practices Affect the Perception of Users and Artists (79676)
Associate Professor in Sociology, Communication and Culture at Pegaso University and Lecturer at SAE Institute. She is a psychologist, sociologist and PhD in Communication and New Technologies. She leads the Center of Research in Digital Humanities
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Literature/Literary Studies
Session Chair: Eiko Ohira

10:00 – Documenting the Historical Past: Texts, Traces and Traditions in Mamang Dai’s The Legends of Pensam (81972)
Shilpy Jain is a Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences in Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India. She is currently working on Anglophone Northeast Indian Literature.
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10:25 – Re-reading Personal Boundaries and Solitude in The Little Prince (80552)
Dr Ji-Eun Kim is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at The Catholic University of Korea in South Korea
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10:50 – Rabindranath Tagore’s “A Wife’s Letter”: Lesbian Gaze and Woman’s Own Beauty (79931)
Professor Eiko Ohira is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Otusma University in Japan
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Foreign Languages Education & Applied Linguistics
Session Chair: Doaa Hamam

10:00 – The Needs Analysis of Using English in Travel Agencies in Urban Cities in Uzbekistan: Focusing on the Language Use Difficulties (81700)
Mr Botir Klichev is a University Postgraduate Student at Toyo University in Japan
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10:25 – From Fluency to Flourishing: The Influence of English Language Proficiency on Research Student Success (81569)
Dr Bonginkosi Mutongoza is a social justice and transformation researcher and lecturer at the University of Fort
Hare. His publications address critical issues like decolonisation, violence, and inequality in education.
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10:50 – Advancing Second Language Acquisition Through T-Unit Analysis: Insights from Applied Linguistics (81562)
Dr Doaa Hamam is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Higher Colleges of Technology in United Arab Emirates
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Session 2

Room A (Live-Stream)
Practical Skill Development Through Education
Session Chair: Cristina Vilaplana-Prieto

11:25 – Experiential Learning in the Humanities: Redefining ‘Work-Based’ Learning Through Transferable Skill Development (79342)
Dr Kate Daubney PFHEA is a freelance consultant advising global universities and other bodies on careers, employability and education strategy. Her current focus is on skills, authentic assessment and experiential learning in the humanities.
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11:50 – Unraveling the Climate-Security Nexus: Climate, Livelihoods, and Conflict in the Sahel (81603)
Veronique Whittaker, UCSF Global Health Sciences PhD student.
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12:15 – Combining Economics and History to Learn About Banks, Savings and Loans (78456)
Professor Cristina Vilaplana-Prieto is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at University of Murcia in Spain
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Room B (Live-Stream)
Innovative Technologies & Concerns in Education
Session Chair: Yen Chi Nguyen

11:50 – Do Students Trust Information More from Humans or Artificial Intelligence? (79385)
Dr. Mattison is an Assistant Professor in Teacher Education at the University of Southern Indiana. His research focuses on educational equity and social justice movements in secondary schools. He is currently studying student trust in AI.
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12:15 – Examining Self-regulated Learning in the Metaverse: A Case Study of the GatherTown Platform (81564)
Dr Nguyen Huyen is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Hanoi University of Science and Technology in Vietnam
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis
Session Chair: Mouna Ayadi

11:25 – The Brain-Based Approach for Teaching Reading Comprehension (79357)
Mr Mahmoud Sultan Nafa is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at City University Ajman in United Arab Emirates
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11:50 – The Implementation of the Flipped Classroom Model for Teaching Communicative Pronunciation in Tertiary EFL Classrooms (81937)
Ms Que Anh Chung is a University Postgraduate Student at Edith Cowan University in Australia
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12:15 – Investigating the Effect of Motivational Scaffolding on Writing Apprehension Among EFL Undergraduate Students (78781)
Mouna Ayadi is cuurently a contractual teacher of Business Communication at the Institute of Business Administration of Sfax, The University of Sfax, Tunisia
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Session 3

Room A (Live-Stream)
Psychology, Leadership & Education Management
Session Chair: María José Ibáñez Ayuso

12:50 – The Psychological Cost of Academic Excellence: Shadow Education and Student Well-being (79411)
Ms Deeksha Sharma is a University Doctoral Student at Panjab University, Chandigarh in India
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13:15 – Learning Accessibility for Visually Impaired Students in Physiotherapy Mainstream Classes: Case of a Moroccan Health Institute (78202)
Ms Hajar Taouzer is a University Doctoral Student at Ben M'sik Sciences faculty, Casablanca , Morocco in Morocco
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13:40 – Unveiling Educational Disparities: Resource Allocation in US K-12 Schools and Its Impact on New Teachers’ Professional Growth (81574)
Lucy King ia a second-year doctoral student at Syracuse University's College of Education. Her research focuses on new K-12 teachers and how race, gender, and culture impact their professional experience in teacher education programs.
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14:05 – Critical Considerations at the Dawn of Microcredentials: Democratization 4.0 or Blockchain Privatization of Higher Education? (79248)
María José Ibáñez doctoral student of the Faculty of Education of the Universidad Complutense in Madrid. Vicepresident of EucA (European university college Association). Research interests: parental rights, non-formal education, transhumanism
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Room B (Live-Stream)
International & Global Education
Session Chair: Nolwazi Qumbisa

12:50 – Fostering Global Citizenship Through Poetry: Teaching and Learning Practices of Interconnectedness in Language, Literature and Culture from Value Creating Education (81924)
Dr Giulia Pellizzato conducts research at Harvard since 2020. Dr Ericka H. Parra Téllez is a Professor at Valdosta State University, Georgia (US). Dr Valentina Dughera is a researcher and teacher based in Turin, Italy.
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13:15 – The Voice of Linguistic Diversity: Harnessing Plurilingualism to Foster Multiliteracy and Global Citizenship in Higher Education (81933)
Ms Honorine Ntoh Yuh is a University Doctoral Student at The University of Alabama in United States
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13:40 – First Past the Post – Education for Adults in a Post-Pandemic, Post-Colonial, Post-Modern Globalised Higher Education Sector (80291)
Professor Rob Townsend is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at Laurus Higher Education in Australia
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14:05 – Ameliorating Collaborative Online International Learning Projects to Promote Internationalization in Higher Education (80546)
Dr Nolwazi Qumbisa is a University Professor/Principal Lecturer at Central University of Technology, Free State in South Africa
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Room C (Live-Stream)
Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis
Session Chair: Anila Plaku

12:50 – Positive Teacher: Student Connections and Inclusive Community Building in Middle School Classrooms (81879)
Dr Kenneth Reimer is a University Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer at University of Winnipeg in Canada
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13:15 – Innovative Teaching Practices: Enhancing Student Learning Through Community-Engaged Education (81889)
As part of a multi-institutional Canadian initiative, she designs research questions around student well-being with publications in The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and the Canadian Journal of Higher Education.
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13:40 – Knowledge Co-Creation Capabilities of University Students in Extracurricular Activities (82042)
Dr Diroubinee Mauree-Narrainen is a School Teacher/Instructor at University of Technology Mauritius in Mauritius
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14:05 – A Theoretical Perspective on Videogame Storytelling and Teacher, Parents and Students Perception (81949)
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Session 4

Room A (Live-Stream)
Philosophy and Spirituality in the Arts
Session Chair: Dannell MacIlwraith

14:40 – Religious Faith as a way to Reduce Anxiety during Global Epidemics: Some Examples from the Ancient and Modern Worlds (81214)
Dr. Eleonora Grotteria is a first year PhD student in Classical Studies at Boston University. Her main research fields are Ancient Religion, Anthropology of Emotions and Ancient History, often favoring a connection with the Modern World.
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15:05 – “Zhuó Li Ji Cha” (着力即差) – An Analysis of the Concept of “Integration” in Su Dongpo’s Music Theory (81865)
Dr. Ling Sayuri CHEN is an Independent Scholar and Former Research Fellow at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies. Her research has focused on the concept of "Integration" through the examination of ancient Asian arts and rituals.
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15:30 – Explore the Aesthetics of Nature and Inner Balance Through Tao-a/r/tography (81908)
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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15:55 – Inclusive Art Critique (81806)
Dannell MacIlwraith: Artist and designer with 15+ years' experience. Teaches at Kutztown University. Specializes in 'letting go through art' via collages—researches inclusive assessment techniques and critique methods for broader accessibility.
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Room B (Live-Stream)
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Room C (Live-Stream)
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