Prof. Dr. Ethel Revello Barovero
Professor of English as a Second Language at the Universidad Nacional de Tierra del Fuego. Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur (UNTDF).
Professor of English as a Second Language at the Universidad Nacional de Tierra del Fuego. Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur (UNTDF).
Ethel N. Revello Barovero teaches in the area of second language acquisition and TESOL/TEFL. She taught all levels of primary and secondary school in English. Ethel is currently an English professor at UNTDF and at the only primary school in Antarctica. Her core interests are ESP and the democracy of education. She teaches courses in face-to-face. blended, and online formats. Her research focuses on English academic literacy. She has published articles and chapters on different areas of her expertise: Academic Literacies and Higher Education learning and teaching, English academic literacy and online teaching in primary school and distance learning in higher education.
Vice Dean, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Bahçeşehir University, Turkey
Nihal Yurtseven holds a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction. She teaches and researches in the areas of instructional design, teaching, and learning at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, Bahçeşehir University, İstanbul, Turkey. Her research interests also include the notion of designer teacher, teachers’ professional development and action research. She has taken part in several projects about teachers’ professional development, quality education, sustainability, and climate change. She managed a TUBITAK (Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) project, called Designer Teacher, on the design-oriented professional development of teachers. Currently, she is the vice dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences and the director of Center of Teaching and Learning (CLT), a center which is established for the personal and professional development of the academics and the administrative staff as well as students.
The Head of the English Division and an Assistant Professor of English at the American University in Dubai
Dr. Kristin R. Murray teaches in the area of composition and literature. Her core interests are reading, the essay, and American literature. Specifically, her research focuses on Native American literature and pedagogy. She has published articles on different areas of her expertise. Kristin is currently involved in a Design Sprint to create an online course in ESL.
Prof. Joyce Mary Adam
Joyce Mary Adam. Professor at São Paulo State University (UNESP)/São Paulo/Brazil. She did her doctorate at UNICAMP. She was at the University of Cambridge- College of Education as an academic. Topics of research interest: organizational climate and school; violence and youth; school violence, citizenship and social and professional inclusion. She is a CNPq Research Fellow and has FAPESP project funding.
Dr. Roné Vorster-de Wet
Dr. Roné Vorster-de Wet teaches Physiology at the University of the Free State, South Africa. She is passionate about student self-efficacy, blended learning, curriculum development and motivating students and applying it in teaching Physiology. She has a PhD in Health Professions Education. She was awarded the best presentation at Faculty Forums and the teaching and learning excellence award for the most inspirational lecturer.
Dr. Angele Pulis
Dr. Angele Pulis is a full-time lecturer at the Institute for Education, Malta. She teaches academic writing and research strategies. Currently, she is the Chairperson of the Research Ethics Board at the Institute for Education. Her research domains include: educational leadership, school management, quality assurance of schools, pupil voice and mixed methods research. She holds a PhD from the University of Leicester, a Master in Philosophy from the University of Wales, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Administration and Management and a B.Ed (Hons) from the University of Malta. Her career in schools included various roles. She was a Head of a Primary school and an Assistant head in a sixth form and in a secondary school. She has taught Integrated Science and Chemistry in various secondary schools and has also taught Biology up to sixth form level. She has published articles on her areas of expertise and is currently researching how neuroscience can inform educational settings for more effective learning.
Dr. Dorela Kaҫauni
Dr. Dorela Kaҫauni is an English professor at the Department of Foreign Languages in the Faculty of Education and Philology at “Fan S. Noli” University in Korca, Albania. She earned her MSc. and Ph.D. in the Faculty of Foreign Languages in Tirana University in Didactics. Her interests mainly focus on teaching English as a Foreign Language, Psycholinguistics and Academic Writing.
Dr. Brian Rubrecht
Dr. Brian Rubrecht is a professor at Meiji University in Tokyo, Japan. He received his doctorate degree in Foreign Language Education from the University of Texas at Austin. He has published dozens of academic articles and book chapters on various matters related to teaching and learning. His research interests include language learning motivation, phonetics, and various classroom pedagogical issues.
Dr. Edlira Xega
Dr. Edlira Xega- full time lecturer of Text Analysis, Written English, Semantics and Linguistic Diversity and Intercultural Communication in the Department of Foreign Languages in “Fan S. Noli” University, Faculty of Education and Philology, Korça, Albania. Graduated and post graduated in English Teaching, holding a PhD degree in Linguistics, in the field of Didactics. The Field of study focused on Socio-didactic Approaches and in the role of Intercultural Communication in the teaching- learning process. Experience in Primary and Secondary Education and Interpretation. Previous position as a specialist in the Department of Curriculum and Institutional Assessment, University “Fan S. Noli” Korçë. Participant in the British Council projects in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Sports in Albania, as the English Teachers’ Trainer. Author of different articles in international journals and papers presented in many national and international conferences. Participant in Erasmus+ teaching mobility project for Higher education academic staff.
Dr. Fleura Shkembi
Dr. Fleura Shkëmbi is a lecturer at the Mediterranian University of Albania. She graduated a bachelor’s in psychology and education, a master’s in clinical psychology, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the European University of Tirana. Dr. Fleura Shkëmbi is a psychologist who uses Hypnotherapy and Mindfulness with her patients.
Dr. Imran Hussain Shah
Dr. Imran Hussain Shah received his Ph.D. in economics at the University of Leicester. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Bath, UK. Furthermore, he has undertaken several management/administrative roles in the Department of Economics. He is currently the Individual mitigating circumstances Director of Studies for the undergraduates and postgraduate. This year, he was nominated for Innovation in Learning and Teaching Award at the University of Bath. Also, his research interests include teachers’ development and use a range of technology and teaching strategies to improve learning outcomes.
Dr. Teresa de Jesús Pomposa Luna Domínguez
Dr. Teresa de Jesús Pomposa Luna Domínguez is an academic staff at the Institute of Psychology and Education of the Universidad Veracruzana (UV), Mexico. She has a bachelor degree in Psychology from the Universidad Veracruzana, a master of Education from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara and a doctoral of Education from the Colegio de Estudios Avanzados de Iberoamérica. Her areas of interest: Education, Research Training.
Dr. Ma. Kathleen C. Tiglao
Dr. Tiglao is currently the Director of Institutional Advancement and the concurrent Administrator of the Counseling and Career Development Services of San Beda College Alabang. She has been in the academe for 30 years and performed different administrative positions as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Director of Research. Her research interests include teaching related problems, academic difficulty of students and counseling. She has presented several research papers both in international and local conferences. She is also a peer reviewer of several international research journals. Dr. Tiglao finished her Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Psychology at the University of Sto. Tomas in 2006.
Dr. Aruna Nandasena
Dr. Aruna Nandasena is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the United Arab Emirates University. In 2012, he received his Ph.D. from Saitama University in Japan. His study focuses on eco-system-based disaster reduction, with a special emphasis on tsunamis and storms. He is also interested in creating new tools for educating students about complex hydrosphere processes.
Dr. Dorotheos Georgios Orfanidis
Dr. Dorotheos Georgios Orfanidis is a lecturer at University of Macedonia, Primary School Educator & adult educator. He is postdoctoral researcher at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2023-) and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Macedonia (2021-2023). His research interests concern New Technologies, software and their educational utilization in Fine Arts, Public History, Monuments, Culture and Conservation Science (digital maps, augmented reality applications, repositories).
Dr. Eric Ho
Dr. Eric Ho is a Teaching Fellow at the English Language Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He has been actively involved in teacher training with local teachers regarding lesson preparation, delivery and assessments. He is particularly keen on developing assessment methods that require integration of a range of competencies and that promote reflective practice.
Dr. Sibel Crum
Dr. Sibel Crum is a faculty member at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies in Indiana University, located in Bloomington, Indiana. Within the university, she specializes in teaching both residential and online courses on Turkish language and culture. Dr. Crum’s academic journey includes the successful completion of a Ph.D. in Second Language Education & Applied Linguistics from Indiana University’s School of Education. Driven by her passion for STEM and lifelong learning, she is currently pursuing her second Master’s degree in Instructional Systems Technology. Her research interests revolve around instructional technologies involving Human-AI collaboration, inclusive instructional design, and the integration of emerging technologies into immersive and engaging second language learning environments. Additionally, Dr. Crum actively contributes to scholarship in the fields of STEM integrated second language pedagogy, student recruitment, enrollment, and retention in higher education.
Dr. Adam Rosiński
Dr. Adam Rosiński is a studio engineer, music producer and instrumentalist. Having received a doctoral degree in Musical Arts, he specializes in music acoustics. His research and projects focus primarily on music acoustics, the use of digital technologies in music production and sound direction, as well as the application of multimedia and its use as part of musical instruction.
Dr. Danijela Horvat Samardžija
Dr. Danijela Horvat Samardžija is a senior lecturer at the University of Primorska, Faculty of Education. She has written several articles on transfer, cross-curricular connections, didactic games, stories… She is also active in the field of charity. One of the key tasks of the course she teaches is to ‘educate for values that contribute to a better world’, so she considers it important to invite students to participate with her in her charity actions. She wants them to perceive the needs around them, to feel that they too can do something good for others, to learn how charity can be brought closer to (pre)school children in a simple way. Because of her work in this field she was among the nominees for Koper City Municipality’s Best Volunteer 2022.
Dr. Burçak Çağla Garipağaoğlu
B. Çağla Garipağaoğlu, PhD, is currently working as an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, Educational Leadership and Administration Program, Bahcesehir University (BAU), Istanbul, Turkey. She has more than 15 years of experience in teaching and supervision of students, research, consultancy work, workshops, seminars and advisory services within and outside the university. In addition, she has four years of working experience as a school principal at Bahçeşehir College, Umraniye campus which is a home to over 1000 students in Istanbul, Turkey. She completed her undergraduate degree (1996–2001) in Teaching Mathematics department at Boğaziçi (Bosphorous) University (formerly known as Robert College), Istanbul, Turkey. Then she received her MA (2004–2005) in Educational Sciences at The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia and PhD (2006–2012) in Business Administration at Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey. So far, she has researched about management strategies, leadership styles, and organizational behavior. Dr. Garipaagaoglu has various scientific studies, book chapters, and national/international presentations about organizational leadership & behavior ad specifically interested in conflict management organizational culture and post-modern/quantum leadership.
Dr. Foto Lorena
Dr. Lorena Robo – lecturer of Text Analyses, Language and Culture, Psychology of Teaching of Foreign Languages, Testing, Assessment and Standards in foreign language modules and ESP at “Fan S. Noli” University, Faculty of Education and Philology, Department of Foreign Languages, graduated in English Language in 2006, and post graduated in Linguistics holding a PhD degree more specifically in lexicology, phraseology studies. Participant in various international and national conferences and journals with articles related to methodology and linguistics as well. Participant in the Erasmus + program teaching mobility Higher Education staff in Baia Mare, Rumania, and Veliko Tarnovo Bulgaria.
Mr. Alvin Sim
Alvin Sim graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelors of Social Sciences (First Class Honours in Geography). He was awarded the National University of Singapore Geographical Society Gold Medal. He then attained a Postgraduate Diploma in Education with Distinction from the National Institute of Education. His life purpose is to make impact in others’ lives through education. An experienced educator, Alvin previously served as a Vice-Principal in an International School in Cambodia and headed the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in various schools in Singapore. He currently heads the co-curriculum development team at the Singapore Management University (SMU). Alvin is passionate about educator development, curriculum development, instructional design, professional training, andragogy and student development.
Ms. Janice Darmanin
Janice Darmanin is the Manager Research Analyst within the Institute for Education in Malta. Through her research and experience she supports educators in their professional development at all levels within the educational sector in Malta and students as they conduct research as part of their studies. She holds a Master Degree in Applied Educational Leadership with the Institute of Education, during which her research focused on specialising in educational leadership, parental engagement and intercultural education. During her 23 years’ experience in education, she has worked closely with educators and parents to create a culturally receptive community at school, improve the learners’ educational journey by understanding how they learn related to child development and assist parents to enhance their parenting skills. She has also worked closely with kindergarten educators in the implementation of the emergent curriculum, and with educators through coaching and self-reflective strategies to improve the learners’ educational journey by understanding how they learn. For the past year she has been researching in the area of neurocognitive learning. Her research in these various areas have produced a number of journal articles which have been published in the Malta Journal of Education. She is also a visiting lecturer, professional development expert, practicum visitor and dissertation supervisor engaged with the Institution for Education, Malta.
Ms. Natalie Davis-Porada
Natalie Davis-Porada is a PhD student in English Education at Teachers College, Columbia University researching traditions and evolutions of Western, college-level liberal arts curricula. She holds a M.S.Ed. from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in English and Hispanic Studies from Columbia University. Natalie teaches high school English at an independent school in New York City.
Ms. Liping Wang
Liping Wang – Ph.D. candidate in linguistics at the University of Warsaw. Her research interests focus on foreign language teaching, CLIL and TE-Con3, specifically on the teaching of Polish as a foreign language in China. She received her MA in literature in China and has been a teacher by profession of Chinese as a foreign language by profession.
Ms. María Sánchez Munilla
María is a PhD student in the Department of Research and Psychology in Education at the Complutense University of Madrid with a pre-doctoral contract from the Spanish Ministry. Her thesis consists of studying the psychometric characteristics of the measurement of metacognition in secondary school students. Her interests are focused on school guidance, educational diagnosis and measurement in education.
Ms. Caroline Ann McAuliffe
Carrie McAuliffe is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in English Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She works as a part-time instructor at TC and literacy coach for NYCDOE teachers. Her research focuses on the development of pedagogical confidence in middle school literacy teachers. She holds an M.A. from Teachers College and a B.A. from St. Lawrence University.
SConstela Digital, Switzerland
Dr. Simone Perazzoli is the Co-Founder of Constela Digital, a company that drives digital transformation by connecting people with more humanized technologies. She was always passionate about discovering and better understanding how living systems are organized, acting on the frontiers of research and innovation, and seeking to develop practical solutions to the problems faced by our society. She is Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering and a Specialist in Systemic Constellation. She also is an ML Engineer with experience in the international industry. Her life’s goal is to apply technological tools to build a more sustainable society.
Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences, Ireland
Dr. Mary Kelly is a former international school educator and former research coordinator at the IB International School of Amsterdam. Over her career, Mary has facilitated a number of programs and disciplines, including Humanities, Science. and Action Research, across international schools in The Netherlands, Myanmar, Sierra Leone, and Germany. Through her doctoral studies she explored the impact of ontological and epistemological beliefs on international teachers’ approaches to teaching. Currently on sabbatical in Ireland, Mary is finishing an MA in Psychotherapy whilst publishing in the area of beliefs, collaborative inquiry, mindfulness, and science identity. Mary plans to transition to teaching at university level whilst consulting in the area of worldviews, identity, existentialism, and mindfulness.
School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Western Sydney University, Australia
Ray Archee holds a PhD in Mediated Communication, and MA in Psychology. He is an academic at Western Sydney University, Australia and specialises in media, technology and higher education research. From 1996, Ray was one of the first instructors in Australia to use the Internet for undergraduate teaching, running his own webserver and creating his own web pages for his students. Although a pioneer of blended teaching, Ray believes that web pages and videoconferencing are never a replacement for traditional classrooms, unless totally necessary. In his spare time, Ray is a luthier of hand-made classical, acoustic and archtop guitars.
Dr. Nihal Yurtseven
Nihal Yurtseven teaches and researches in the areas of curriculum and instruction, at the Faculty of Educational Sciences, Bahçeşehir University, İstanbul, Turkey. Her research interests also include teachers‘professional development, instructional design, and action research.
Prof. Dr. Ethel Natalia
Ethel Natalia Revello Barovero teaches English for Specific Purposes at Universidad Nacional de Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands. She researches in the areas of English Academic Literacy, democratization of education and linguistic policy.. Her research interest also includes the internationalization of the curriculum.
Prof. Subethra Pather
Subethra Pather, is a Teaching & Learning Specialist in the Office of the DVC Academic at the University of the Western Cape in Cape Town South Africa. She is also an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education. Her focus area is on Academic student support, student access, retention and success.
Dr. Vanessa Brown
Vanessa Brown is the Director of the Academic Planning Unit at the University of the Western Cape in Cape Town South Africa. Her research interests are in higher education policy studies; curriculum studies; the history of South Africa’s historically black universities (HUBs); and institutional transformation towards the pursuit of social justice in the post-apartheid era.
Dr. Rebecka Maxkenzie
Dr. Rebecka Maxkenzie earned her doctoral degree from the University of San Francisco in Learning and Instruction in 2022. She has worked for the last eleven years as a teacher, teacher leader, instructional coach, and consultant. Her professional and academic interests center on new teacher retention and teacher development through collaboration, PLCs, and data-driven instruction.
Dr. Khaled Albaker
Dr. Khaled Albaker is a director of Government Schools Reviews Directorate, Education and Training Quality Authority (BQA) and also responsible for reviewing all governments’ schools. Previously, he was the co-operational founder member of Bahrain’s Teachers College (BTC), former chair of BTC Academic Groups Heads Council and a former head of Educational Foundations and Management Academic Group.
Dr. Tomas Kos
Tomáš Kos is a Junior Professor at the Department of English and American Studies at the Humboldt University of Berlin. He teaches and researches in the field of second and foreign language pedagogy with a focus on primary and secondary school.
Prof. Dr. Kristin Rozzell Murray
Kristin R. Murray is an Assistant Professor of English and the Head of the English Division at American University in Dubai. Her research is on American literature, the essay genre, and autobiography.
Prof. Dr. Shaun Pather
Shaun Pather is Professor and Chair of the Department of Information Systems, and the Deputy Dean for Research in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. His research expertise and associated praxis concern the application of ICTs for Development and the modalities to leverage the advancement of poor communities within the Knowledge and the Information Society.
Mr. Janne Heilala
Mr. Janne Heilala is a Finnish Dissertation researcher in the technology domain. Specializing in innovative, sustainable, and educative research.
Mrs. Yara Kasem Al Kahwaji
Mrs. Yara Al Kahwaji is an Education Expert working in an INGO in Syria, at the Humanitarian response in the Education Sector team. She is a certified trainer in INEE and Teacher Training in Crisis Context (TICC).
Mr. David Steven Rosenstein
David Steven Rosenstein is the retired chairman of the English as a Foreign Language Dept. at Ben-Gurion University, Israel, where he taught for 30+ years. He has also been a language teacher in Tunisia, Taiwan, and China, In addition, he was a certified teacher of French, Russian, and Chinese in the US, where he taught for 7+ years. His latest book, Yingyu Yufa, was published in China by the People’s Education Press (Beijing, 2008).
Ms. Lisa Becker
Lisa Becker is currently studying towards her Master’s degree in International Business Administration at the University of Vienna. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Business and Languages from the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
Mrs. Veronika Nirnbergová
Veronika Nirnbergová completed six-year English studies at Hejčín, biligual section of the high school. After that she graduated with Honours at Palacký University Olomouc – Faculty of Education (Teaching English, Arts, Museum and Gallery Education). Since 2016 she has worked as a teacher at Faculty Basic School of the Faculty of Education, Charles University, FZŠ Mezi Školami in Prague. Nowadays, she also is a Ph.D. student at Palacký University and her Ph.D. research deals with the cultural heritage mediation.
MSC. Mariana Ribeiro Porto Araujo
Mariana Ribeiro Porto Araujo – Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology at Oregon State University. Her work spans in the areas of Science and Technology Studies (STS), Science Education, and Environmental Anthropology.
Prof. Dr. Koichi Kamijo
Koichi Kamijo is a professor at International Professional University of Technology in Tokyo (IPUT), Information Technology dept, since April 2020. Prior to joining IPUT, he worked at IBM Research, Tokyo. He currently holds 98 issued patents. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo in 2010. His research interests include image processing, human interface, and natural language processing.
Ms. Zinaide Gruda
Zinaide Gruda teaches at the English Department of the University of Prishtina and is a certified teacher trainer. She has more than 20 years of teaching experience as an English instructor. Currently, she is finishing her doctoral studies at the University of Vienna.
Mr. Faiçal Hamadi Ben Khalifa
Ben Khalifa is a Senior Fellow of Advance HE, UK, with 25 years of teaching experience, including eight years of senior management as Director of Foundation Program, Dhofar University, Oman. He is an OAAAQA certified Quality Audit External Reviewer for General Foundation Programs. He is also a Cambridge-certified ELT Train the Trainer. Currently, he is a PhD student on educational change, leadership and management and a lecturer of English language in the College of Arts and Applied Sciences, DU, Oman. His research areas are ELT, educational leadership and management and organizational change in HEIs.
Prof. Dr. Aidas Vasilis Vasiliauskas
Aidas Vasilis Vasiliauskas is a professor of Logistics and Defence Technology management research group at General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania. His fields of scientific interests are logistics and supply chain management. He is author and co-author of more than 30 scientific publications and co-author of several handbooks and scientific monographs.
Prof. Ka Wai Eric Cheng
Eric Cheng has over 25 years of teaching experience in engineering. He has written over 45 papers in teaching and learning and 7 books. He has developed various methods in teaching and virtual laboratory. He is a fellow of IEEE and IET.
Ms. Teodora Antonieva Todorova
Teodora Antonieva Todorova is a PhD student at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. Her research is on education in the digital world and the impact of new technologies on culture. She is also a Bulgarian language and literature teacher and a department chair at the American College of Sofia.
Mr. Juho Posio
Juho Posio is Master of Arts graduate in Audiovisual Media Culture from University of Lapland. He is currently working as a XR specialist & Communications manager at Project DUKE. Project DUKE is collaboration project of Lapland Education Centre REDU & Lapland UAS that studies the use of the digital twins in renewable energy education.
Dr. Marie Martin
Marie Martin is an educator, trainer, facilitator, and instructional designer for over 20 years. She is currently the CEO of Alexandria’s Design where she focuses her efforts on education consulting and instructional design. Her current research revolves around the impact of fourth industrial revolution technologies on marginalized communities, education 4.0, and has assisted Microsoft Education on research involving parental mindsets during the time of remote and hybrid learning. She most recently graduated from the University of California in Educational Leadership. Her specialties in curriculum are the development of practices based on equity, education 4.0, culturally relevant pedagogy, project-based learning, social emotional learning, and second language acquisition.
Prof. Dr. María José Latorre-Medina
María José Latorre-Medina holds a Ph.D. in Pedagogy from the University of Granada, Spain. She is an Associate Professor of Teaching and School Organization. She is a member of the Research Group “Training, Development and Teaching Activity” (FYDAD). Her areas of research are professional knowledge, teacher training and quality education.
Dr. Muhammad Mashhood
Muhammad Mashhood is a PhD scholar and faculty member of Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. He carries over 30-years of research experience, worked full time and part time as Vaccinator, Computer Operator, Manager, PRO/Admin, editor, researcher since 1991. First Position in Urdu Essay on universities level, third Position Debate on Iqbal Day on campus level.
Dr. Tanya Manning-Lewis
Tanya Manning-Lewis (Ph.D.) is an instructor at the University of Victoria, Canada. She has served the education sector for over 19 years. Her research interests include equity and diversity in schools, 21st-century literacies, bilingual education, the social construction of gender, ELL and ESL acquisition. She is the recipient of several global engagement awards, an outstanding student researcher (IAFOR Hawaii), 3 Minute Thesis finalist, and outstanding master’s research project (Jamaica).
Dr. Erez Cohen
Dr. Erez Cohen is a senior lecturer, a member of the faculty of Social Sciences, in the Departments of Middle Eastern Studies – Political Science in Ariel University. He teaches several Courses which deals with political economy and public Policy. HE has written several books including The Isreal High-Tec Industry: No Thought for the Future. In addition, he has been published numerous of articles which deals with public policy and political Economy issues. His Research Fields include Public policy, Israel’s economy, Economic Policy, Political Economy.
Dr. Simone Perazzoli
Dr. Simone Perazzoli is Co-Founder of Constela Digital, a company that drives digital transformation by educating people through more humanized technologies. She is Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering and Specialist in Systemic Therapy. She also is an ML Engineer with experience in the international industry. Her life’s goal is to apply technological tools to build a more sustainable society.
Dr.sc. Hatixhe Ismajli
Dr.sc. Hatixhe Ismajli currently holds the position of Associate Professor in Theory of Teaching and Pedagogical Practices at the Faculty of Education, University of Prishtina in Kosovo. Her main research interests include teaching curriculum and assessment in education. She is also Head of Primary Education Department.
Dr. Mary Kelly
Mary Kelly is a former professional development coordinator and teacher within the IB international school system. She is currently on sabbatical pursuing interdisciplinary research into ontological and epistemological beliefs. Mary has a Doctorate in Teacher Education with the University of Nottingham, and Higher Education Teaching Certification, and Certification in Advanced Educational Leadership from Harvard University. Mary aspires to teach and carry out research at university level in the next academic year.
Dr. Ariadne de Villa
Ariadne de Villa received her B.A. from St. Mary’s University. She earned a M.A. in Spanish with concentration in Second Language Education from Middlebury College. She has a M.A. and a Ph.D. in Spanish language, culture, and gender from the University of Malaga, Spain, graduating with highest honors. Dr. De Villa has taught Spanish in the area of applied linguistics, Spanish for Healthcare and Business Professionals, Culture and Civilization of Spain, and Spanish Literature.
Dr. Magdalena Smak
Dr. Magdalena Smak, PhD graduate in sociology of education at Warsaw University, Poland. Researcher and policy analyst, took part in many research projects, both in Poland and international. Specializing in fields of education and qualification systems. Had the opportunity to pilot and evaluate elements of Polish Integrated Qualifications System. Author of reports and publications on education.
Ms. Juliet Crupi
Juliet Crupi is a Math, Science, and Special Needs Educator with degrees from Vanderbilt University (B.S), New York University (M.A), and Hunter College (M.S.Ed). Juliet helped pilot an Access program and an Urban Farming program for students with neurodiverse needs. She is also an Adjunct Professor, a STEM-Ed Innovators Coach, and a Fulbright Distinguished Award recipient.
Ms. Caterina Belle Azzarello
Caterina Belle Azzarello has a B.A. in philosophy and B.S. in psychology from Colorado State University. She has a M.A. in educational psychology from the University of Northern Colorado, where she is currently studying for her doctoral program. Her current positions are graduate researcher assistant and Director of Student Affairs. Research interests include applied cognitive psychology.
Ms. Zoe Karatza
Zoe Karatza received her B.A in Early Childhood Education and her M.A. in ICT in Education from the University of Athens. She is currently the Technology Teacher at ACS Athens. With her passion for early childhood, she has worked as an early childhood teacher as well as the coordinator of the Early Childhood Programs at a STEM learning center. Drive by her passion, she creates a positive, fun learning environment that inspires students to be creative thinkers, makers, not takers!
MA.sc. Anemone Kurshumlija
MA.sc. Anemone Kurshumlija has graduated in the Master Program: Teaching and Curriculum at the Faculty of Education, University of Prishtina, Kosovo. She is a teacher at the public primary school in Kosovo. She has attended several professional development trainings.Her research interest are in teaching and constructivist activities in primary school.
MSc. Claudia Tridapalli
Claudia Tridapalli is a Master of Engineering with years of experience in multinationals, being an expert in Sustainability, Operational Excellence, and Personal Development. Today, as faculty member and research fellow at Geneva Business School, as well as a DBA candidate, she brings together these fields by investigating advances in teaching and corporate strategies to improve businesses’ work environment and performance.
Mrs. Danguolė Saviciene
I completed higher education at university. I am a primary school teacher expert at Visaginas „Verdenes“ gymnasium in Lithuania. My daily tasks involve planning, developing and organizing lessons with particular focus on newest teaching methods research and experiments. I was nominated laureate of the Most Innovative 2019 Primary School Teachers election. In 2017 the Lithuanian Republic Ministry of Education, Science and Sports awarded me with the Teacher of the Year status.
Mr. Jorge Andrés Olivares Funes
I am Jorge Andrés Olivares Funes, Bachelor and Master in Mathematics. I am currently engaged in performing and researching educational experiences of GeoGebra software in Differential Equations.