Berlin 2022

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 4th International Academic Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the TLECONF Organizing Committee decided to hold the conference entirely Online. The Virtual presentations were delivered via an online electronic forum (Webinar), where the participants engaged in lively discussions during the conference.

Highlighted Speakers

Author Article Title Affiliation
education conference Prof. Dr. Aisha Sayidina Intercultural Rhetoric Pedagogical Considerations: L1 teaching methodologies’ impact on L2 competency American University of Sharjah, UAE
education conference Prof. Dr.Olivia Chisato Ogawa Characteristics of Coaches’ Behaviour Towards an Elite Japanese University Athlete Displaying Psychosomatic Movement Disorders: A Longitudinal Case Study in Elite Sports Education The University of the Ryukyus, Japan
Prof. Dr.Hilda Freimuth The Human Skills Matrix as a Tool for Teacher Self-Reflection: A Case Study Thompson Rivers University, Canada
education conference Prof. Dr.Berit Sandberg Mind the Gap: Workshop Satisfaction and Skills Development in Art-Based Learning HTW Business School, University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany
Dr. Nicky roberts A discussion of cross sectional data from the PrimTEd project’s English Persuasive language test for Bachelor of Education students in an urban university University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Dr. Thelma Mort Storying school: using student teacher narrative inquiry as a lens in research on student teacher experience, and its implications for transformation and learning in itial teacher education University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Changing, Refining, Testing and Developing Skills: the development of the PrimTEd English language tests over time.
education conference Dr. Joseph Osei Student Industrial Training: It’s Impact on Teaching and Learning of Fashion Design and Textiles Koforidua Technical University, Ghana
Dr. Shahrbanoo Hassani A Phenomenological Approach to Represent the Components of School Curriculum Implementation Kharazmi University, Iran
education conference Dr. Fjoralba Dado Analysis of students’ common errors in translating a journalistic text: coherence and cohesion errors University of Tirana, Albania
education conference Dr. Katrin Fritsche From a student perspective: video tutorials as a learning resource in Humanities courses – and how they should be FSU Jena, Digital Humanities, Germany
education conference Ms.Safiya AL Hamdi Measuring Students’ Performance in Face to Face and Online Learning – An Empirical Evidence from Oman in the pre and during the Covid-19 Pandemic Period University of Technology and Applied Sciences-Ibri, Oman
Ms. Dina Zakeri The Impact of Spelling-related Language Learning Strategies on Improving Dictation Abilities of Young Iranian EFL Learners, Teacher and Students Perspective Islamic Azad University, Iran
education conference Mr. Walter Evans Lasula Teaching English In Vietnam: Voices Of Non-Native English Speakers Cebu Normal University, Philippines
education conference Mr. Ivan Beroš Slovenian and Croatian students’ perspective on European dimension in education: Analysis of the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study 2016 European module Faculty of Teacher Education at University of Zagreb, Croatia