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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 04/Aug/2019
8:30am
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12:30pm
WS1: Pre-conference Workshop #1: LEARNING TO DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT EDUCATION INTERVENTIONS
Location: Room 158, Faculty of Education, the University of Tokyo

Optional, exclusive for those who have registered online (USD 50)

1:00pm
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5:00pm
WS2: Pre-conference Workshop #2: SUCCESSFUL ACADEMIC PUBLISHING: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Location: Room 159, Faculty of Education, the University of Tokyo

Optional, exclusive for those who have registered online (USD 50)

WS3: Pre-conference Workshop #3: OBSERVING JAPANESE CLASSROOMS WITH DVD AND DOING LESSON STUDY TO BUILD LEARNING COMMUNITIES
Location: Room 158, Faculty of Education, the University of Tokyo

Optional, exclusive for those who have registered online (USD 50)

Date: Monday, 05/Aug/2019
10:00am
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5:00pm
Plenary1: Plenary01
Location: Yasuda Auditorium, the University of Tokyo
5:30pm
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7:00pm
Reception: Welcome Reception (Optional)
Location: Ito International Research Center B2 Event Space, The University of Tokyo

Optional, exclusive for those who have registered online (USD 50)

Date: Tuesday, 06/Aug/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
PA01: International perspectives on multilingualism in the classroom
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Kayo Tsuji, Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University
 

First-language Use as a Second-language Writing Strategy: A Classroom-based Examination of its Effect on Students’ Argumentative Writing Achievement  

Kayo Tsuji

Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University, Japan



Aspects of the Language Planning in Peace Corps/Korea English Education

Chee Hye Lee

Hannam University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Literacy as a bodily practice: A new materialist approach

Zitong Wei

China Women's University, China, People's Republic of

PA02: International perspectives on leadership in education institutions
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Prof. Chris Brown, Univeristy of Portsmouth
 

Twins or distant relatives? How institutional norms affect leadership practice in Germany and the USA

Esther Dominique Klein1, Barbara Muslic2, Hanna Bronnert-Haerle1

1: University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany; 2: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany



Influence of Ties and Weight in School Organizations: Analysis of Elementary School Teachers

Masaaki Murakami

University of Tsukuba Graduate School, Japan



A Mixed-Methods Investigation and Self-Analysis: Reflections from Participants in a University Principal Preparation Program Redesign

Denver Jade Fowler1, Sarah Graham-Jouganatos2, Bradley Portin3, Janice Cook4, David Lorden5

1: Franklin University, United States of America; 2: California State University, Sacramento, United States of America; 3: University of Washington, United States of America; 4: San Diego State University, United States of America; 5: San Diego State University, United States of America



Relative Effect of Democratic and Autocratic Leadership on the Job Satisfaction of Academia: A Comparative Study of Private Universities of Lahore

Ayesha Farooq

Beaconhouse National University, Pakistan

PA03: International perspectives on teacher educator beliefs and perceptions on teaching and learning
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Dr. Lara Alouan, PARIS SACLAY
 

Chinese and Finnish teacher educators’ perceptions of their approaches to teaching

Yanling Cao1, Liisa Postareff2, Sari Lindblom1, Auli Toom1

1: Unviersity of Helsinki, Finland; 2: University of Turku, Finland



SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF LESSON STUDY AS A MODEL TO ENHANCE CLASSROOM PRACTICES

Patricia Namayammu Mokgosi

Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

PA04: Early childhood educational discourses worldwide
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Jiashun Yu, The Education University of Hong Kong
 

Evaluation of Pre-primary Education as Implemented in Imo State.

Elizabeth Ifeyinwa Offor

Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria



Early childhood education and enmity against groups

Sabina Schutter

Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences, Germany



Examining Cultural Capital through Early Childhood International Teachers' Survival Strategies in the U.S.: A Phenomenological Case Study

Hyeyoung Kim

Teachers College, Columbia University, United States of America



Can market provide sustainable and quality kindergarten education in Hong Kong?

Jiashun Yu

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA05: Ethics, equity and social justice worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Prof. Chie Nakajima, Kyoto Bunkyo University
 

The Gifts of the Yoruba Trickster: Equity and Social Justice for whom in the Age of Globalization?

Dolapo Adeniji-Neill, Anne Mungai, Srilata Bhattacharyya

adelphi University, United States of America



Rethinking the Ethical Validity of Restorative Justice in Education

Eriko Yamabe

Tsuru University, Japan



An Inquiry on a Logic of Socially Just Education in Late Modernity: Toward Critical Reconstruction of Critical Pedagogy

Minoru Sawada

Sophia University, Japan



Democracy Challenged: A Comparative Study of Government Policy over Autonomous Schools and Accompanying Dilemmas Observed in the United States, Sweden, Korea, Indonesia, Singapore and Japan

Chie Nakajima1, Hitoshi Sugimoto2, Yukiko Sawano3, Mina Hattori4, Hiroyuki Ishikawa5

1: Kyoto Bunkyo University, Japan; 2: Kyoto University,Japan; 3: University of Sacred Heart,Japan; 4: Nagoya University, Japan; 5: Kio University, Japan

PA06: Student health and well-being through international lenses
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Prof. Yoko Arai, Hosei University
 

The Effect of Left-Behind Status on Students’ Social-Emotional Competency in Western China

Zhaoxi Yang1, Yehui Wang1, Yingbin Zhang2

1: Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China; 2: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, the United States



Trauma-Informed Practice and Healing Centred Engagement: Preparing Teachers to Support Vulnerable Children and Youth

Jan L/ Stewart1, Narumi Taniguchi1, Dania El Chaar2, Jane Shulman1

1: University of WInnipeg, Canada; 2: University of Calgary



Moderating Effect of School Climate on the Relationship between Social Withdrawal Subtypes of Middle School Students and School Engagement

Soyeong Park1, Jeonggyu Han2, Juyoung Kim3, Donghyung Lee4

1: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 3: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 4: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PA07: Perceptions on democratic practices and believes across the globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Dr. Masahiro Arimoto, tohoku university, graduate school of education
 

Students' Perception of Democratic Practice and its Implication for Nigerian Educational System

Veronica Odiri Amatari

Niger Delta University, Nigeria



Building a thick notion of democracy: the Citizen School project

Luis Armando Gandin

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil



What do teachers believe about the goals of civic education? Profiles of teacher beliefs and associations with teaching-related practices

Frank Reichert

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA08: International Perspective on Quality, Equity and Equality in Higher Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dmitrii Kochetkov, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)
 

Privatisation of Higher Education in India for Equality of Opportunity

Shefali Pandya

University of Mumbai, India



The European Higher Educational Policy and Bologna Process ~The Influence of Bologna Process outside Europe ~

Masaru Fujikawa

Kagawa University, Japan



Quality Assurance and Its Impact in Higher Education in China

Jieyan Lei, James Ko

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA09: Student Internationalisation in Higher Education across the globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Ewan Wright, Education University of Hong Kong
 

How International Students Interact with Local People Off-Campus: Survey Results from a Metropolis and Smaller, Regional City in Japan

Yumi Kishida1, Makoto Fujiu1, Sunate Kampeeraparb2, Shuji Osawa1, Etsuko Miyazaki1, Kyoko Tanaka2

1: Kanazawa University, Japan; 2: Nagoya University, Japan



The Intersection of the American Dream and the China Dream: Experiences of Students/Professors Transitioning from China to America and Back Again

Yali Zou1, Cheryl J. Craig2

1: Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, College of Education, University of Houston, Houston, TX USA; 2: Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture, College of Education and Human Development, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA



“I’m a local but not a real local”: Paradoxes of cosmopolitan sensibilities among International Baccalaureate alumni in Hong Kong

Ewan Wright1, Moosung Lee2

1: Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: University of Canberra, Australia



A comparative study of Mainland Chinese students pursuing study in education in Hong Kong and Macao

Timothy Yuen1, Alan Cheung2, Ping Man Wong3

1: Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: Chinese University of Hong Kong; 3: University of Macao

     
9:00am
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12:15pm
Plenary2: Plenary02
Location: 100th Anniversary Memorial Hall
10:45am
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12:15pm
PA10: Worldwide view on STEM in Higher Education
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Brian A. Burt, Univerity of Wisconsin-Madison
 

The Plight of Funding STEM Higher Education in a Developing Economy: Issues, Trends and Opportunities

Abubakar Sadiq Bappah

Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi, Nigeria



Teaching Approximations of Mechanical Engineering Practice through Designing and Building Robots: An Approach Inspired by Monozukuri

Kevin Dominic Delaney, Gerard Nagle

Technological University Dublin, Ireland



International STEM student mobility and post-study career pathways in Japan

Yuko Ryan

Shizuoka University, Organization for International Collaboration, Japan



Remaining in STEM: The Roles of Family in Black Men’s Perseverance through P-20 STEM Pathways

Brian A. Burt

Iowa State Univerity, United States of America

PA11: Worldwide Voices on Social Justice in Education Spaces
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Prof. A. Lin Goodwin, University of Hong Kong
 

"Doing Immigrant Parents" within the Context of Neoliberal Education Reforms – (New) Challenges for Inclusion and Social Justice in Public Schools

Ellen Lucia Kollender

Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg, Germany



Social justice teaching: Learning from a master teacher of immigrant youth

A. Lin Goodwin1, Rebecca Stanton2

1: University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: Community Health Academy of the Heights, New York (USA)



Reconceptualising education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Realising equity and social justice

Folake Ruth Aluko, Margaret F. Omidire, Ruth M. Mampane

University of Pretoria, South Africa



National Diversity and Global Similarity in Teacher's Ethics

Elena Ilaltdinova, Aleksander Fedorov, Olga Kim

Minin University, the Russian Federation

PA12: Reimagining Educational Policy and Reform for equity and quality in education worldwide
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Mariam Orkodashvili, Georgian American University
 

Confucius Institute and Its Impact on Foreign Students in China: Empirical Study Based on Panel Data from 135 Countries (1999-2015)

Wei Ha, Dongyang Chen

Peking University, China, People's Republic of



CROSSING THE RIVER TO REACH THE SCHOOL: THE ACADEMIC TALE OF STUDENTS

Michael Palar Gatchalian

Philippine Sociological Society



An international review of Multi-age Teaching and Learning Education in Global Communities

Barbara Cozza

St. John's University, United States of America



Educational ecosystems for equity and quality of learning

Hannele M. Niemi

University of Helsinki, Finland

PA14: Higher Education Transformation Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Prof. Luz Palaguittu Banes, Universidad de Manila
 

University Teachers’ Shifting Perceptions and Ideologies of Working with Ethnic Minority Students in Chinese Higher Education

Xiaoxu Liu

University of Helsinki, Finland



Comparison of the Subnational states of India as to the commodification and inequality in their education systems

Bharat Rout

University of Missouri, United States of America



Higher educational expansion from the 1990s under deregulation and rising inequality in Japan

Shinichi Aizawa

Sophia University, Japan



Beyond the dichotomy of “critical or adaptive”: A History of Learning Communities in Higher Education

Takeru Mashino

Nihon University, Japan

PA15: International perspectives on future trajectories and transition to employment from Higher Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Heejin Park, Korean Educational Development Institute
 

Youth on the Labour Market: Education and Relative Chance to be Employed

Mark Agranovitch

Federal Institute for Education Development, Russian Federation



The limit of broadened horizons: Inquiring into youth ‘employability’ in the global knowledge economy

Beatrice Oi-yeung Lam1, Hayes H. Tang2

1: The Open University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: The Education University of Hong Kong



The Neet Universe between "End of Labor" and Crisis in Education. Some Remarks on the Italian Case

Erica Antonini

Sapienza University in Rome, Italy



Understanding Youth Purpose and Life Satisfaction in the Context of Achievement-oriented Schooling in Singapore and Israel

Mary Anne Heng

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

PA16: Ecologies of learning across the world
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Prof. Susan Francis Carson, Grand Valley State University College of Education
 

The Relationship between Parents’ Participation in School and Student's Academic Adaptation : Interaction between Parents’ Participation and School’s Environment

Chanju Moon, Sangmin Byeon

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Child-Centered Rights-Based Approach: Barriers to Street Children’s Education in Indonesia

InJung Cho

Waseda University, Japan



School Collaboration for Education Improvement in China: A case study of "Education Groups" in Chengdu

Jing Liu

Tohoku Univeristy, Japan

PA17: Transnational Education Success and its Requirements
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Jhana Anna-Kay Graham, Sophia University
 

Does the Purpose of Japanese Language Institution Students Differ from That of Other Type of Students, and Why? In a Case of Mongolian Students in Japan

Ariuntuya Myagmar

Waseda University, Japan



The Unmet Needs of International Students with Special Needs in Japan: A Double Challenge

Nikolai Akira Kawabata

University of Tsukuba, Japan



‘Soft’ Content and Language Integrated Learning: Preparing Japanese Students for Reformed English Examinations

Jhana Anna-Kay Graham

Sophia University, Japan

PA18: International perspectives on Teachers and Inclusion for Social Justice
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Nicoletta Iacobacci, Nicoletta Iacobacci Consulting
 

Professional Development for Inclusive Education?

Dries Vansteenkiste1,2, Estelle Swart2, Piet Van Avermaet3, Elke Struyf1

1: University of Antwerp; 2: Stellenbosch University; 3: Ghent University



Dynamics of Inclusive Education: Japanese Teachers’ Perspectives

Riho Sakurai

Hiroshima University, Japan



Toward inclusion: Comparing teachers’ perspective between Japan and Finland

Akie Yada

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



Inclusive education in Saudi Arabia:Teachers’ perceived self-efficacy

Ghaleb Alnahdi

Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

SY30: Diversity, Human Development and Opportunity to Learn: International Perspectives
Location: Central Building 508
 

Diversity, Human Development and Opportunity to Learn: International Perspectives

Chair(s): Carol D Lee (Northwestern University, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Miwa Aoki Takeuchi (University of Calgary), Hiroaki ISHIGURO (Rikkyo University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

“Seeing Culturally”: Accounting for Regularity and Variance in Ethnic Communities

Kris Gutierrez
University of California, Berkeley

 

The Racialization of Learning Environments Across Contexts

Nai'lah Suad Nasir
Spencer Foundation, University of California Berkeley

 

Recruiting African-Diasporic Repertoires as Scaffolds for Learning and Development

Carol D Lee
Northwestern University

 

Shifting Heterogeneous Nature-Culture Relations in the 21st Century

Megan Bang
Spencer Foundation, Northwestern University

     
1:00pm
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2:30pm
IS01: Invitational Symposium 01: Improving science education: creativity, critical thinking and engagement in science
Location: Central Building 302
 

Improving science education: creativity, critical thinking and engagement in science

Chair(s): Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)

Discussant(s): Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Fostering and Assessing Creativity and Critical Thinking in Science Education: Lessons from an International Initiative

Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

 

Reducing inequity in Thai schools by developing students creativity and critical thinking and increasing their engagement in learning

Kraiyos Patrawat
Equitable Education Fund (EEF), Thailand

 

Crafting and Engaging Students in Optimal Learning Environments

Barbara Schneider
Michigan State University, United States

 

Patterns of Academic Emotions in Science and Other Academic Domains

Katariina Salmela-Aro
University of Helsinki, Finland

PA19: Managing tension in education spaces worldwide
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Sicong Chen, Kyushu University
 

Classroom management: Beginning teachers’ recommendations for coping with discipline problems

Becky Leshem, Eti Gilad

Achva Academic College, Israel



The Nature of Teachers' Conflict Management Strategies and their Ambiguous impact on teachers' professional development: an Ethnographic Study

Ikuyo ODA

The University of Tokyo, Japan



School bullying management: The constructs of teacher’s competence in timely handling school bullying

Yu-Hsien Sung1,2, Martin Valcke1, Li-Ming Chen2

1: Department of Educational Studies, Ghent University, Belgium; 2: Institute of Education, National Sun, Yat-sen University, Taiwan



The Role of Education in the Context of Gender-Based Violence against Girls and Women with Disabilities in Ethiopia - Including a Capability Perspective

Yirgashewa Bekele Abdi1, Margarita Bilgeri2

1: Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia; 2: University Koblenz-Landau, Germany

PA20: International approaches to English Language Teaching
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Prof. Emiliano Bosio, University College London - Institute of Education / Yokohama City University
 

Purpose of ELT in Asia: a comparative study of curriculum

Arisa Suizu, Mayaka Hida, Yuri Yoshizumi

Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan



Effects of Private Tutoring on English Performance: Evidence from Senior High Students in Taiwan

Chih-Hao Chang

Nagoya University, Japan



Reading through the English Curriculum Frameworks of Cambodia, Guatemala, Japan, Myanmar and Philippines: A Case Study of Teacher Reflections

Naing Win Soe1, Pauline Anne Therese Mangulabnan2, Rady Souen1,3, Ana Lucia Arrecis1

1: University of Fukui, Japan; 2: Nara Women`s University, Japan; 3: Hun Sen Serey Dei Dos High School, Kandal Province, Cambodia



The Bilingual Teacher in the Post-apartheid South Africa: Opportunities and Challenges as Observed in EFAL FET Writing Classrooms

Nomalungelo Ngubane

University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

PA21: Erasing the Margins in Education Research across the Globe
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Prof. Lesley Wood, North-West University
 

Theorizing the School to Prison Pipeline and its Technologies in a Global World

Odis Johnson Jr

Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America



A Discussion on Implementations of “Education for Living Together” as a National Curriculum: A Case Study of Perceptions of Life Orientation Educators in the Western Cape Province in the Republic of South Africa during the First Term in 2019

Masayasu Sakaguchi

Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan



An international comparative study on the relationship between gender ratios and the female social status of junior high social studies teachers

Motoko Matsui1, Miko Niikawa2

1: The United Graduate School of Education Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan; 2: Tokyo University of Arts,Tokyo

PA22: International views on Place, Space and Time in Education
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Dr. Adriana Goenaga Ruiz de Zuazu, Ministry of Education in Spain
 

Capability approach and critical thinking to face the future of Education

Giuditta Alessandrini, Maria Caterina De Blasis

University of Roma Tre, Italy



SPATIAL INEQUALITY AND THE NORDIC MODEL OF EDUCATION

Unn-Doris K. Baeck

UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway



Styles of Reasoning and Framing Temporality in History Education in the United States, Japan, Iran, and France

Masako Ema Watanabe

Nagoya University, Japan

PA23: Global Views on Culture and Values
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Prof. Ian Menter, University of Oxford
 

“I’m not that kind of person”: How Moral Boundaries Constrain Working-Class Students’ Achievements in Chinese Elite Universities?

Yajun Zheng

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Are We Ready for This?: An Investigation of Multicultural Attitudes in Japanese Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers

Fae Webber, Tomoko Takahashi, Paul Carley

Soka University of America, United States of America



The riddle of democracy education(2): Methods for a worldwide democracy and citizenship education

Angerd {Anna} Eilard

Kristianstad University, Sweden

PA24: Pedagogy, Culture and Context Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Hongxia Shan, University of British Columbia
 

Assessment and pedagogy beyond Japanese cultural double-edged sword -towards three steps forwards two steps back-

Masahiro Arimoto1, Kohei Nishizuka1, Yoshihisa Nomi2

1: Tohoku university, graduate school of education, Japan; 2: Akita prefectural board of education, Japan



Positive Identity Development Based on Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

Satoko Kawai

Portland State University, United States of America



Culturally Responsive Pedagogies in Youth Detention Education in Australia: Visibility and appearance

Bronwyn Ewing, Grace Sarra, Chelsey Priddle

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

PA25: International Research on Youth and Adolescents Navigating Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Prof. Tien-Hui Chiang, RC04, International Sociological Association / Zhengzhou University
 

Cultural Values, Happiness and Harmful Peer Aggression Reported by Adolescents Across 12 World Regions

Grace Kattrina Skrzypiec1, Chih-Chien Yang9, Soon-Won Kang6, Soonjung Kwon7, Eleni Didaskalou3, Eva Romera8, Mirella Wyra1, Ulil Amri2, Christina Roussi-Vergou3, Rosario Ortega-Ruiz8, Earvin Alinsug1, Annalisa Guarini4, Antonella Brighi5, Damanjit Sandhu10, Dorit Olenik-Shemesh12, Tali Heiman12, Iwona Sikorska11, Juzhe Xi13, Eleni Andreou3

1: Flinders University, Australia; 2: Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia; 3: University of Thessaly, Greece; 4: University of Bologna, Italy; 5: Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; 6: Hanshin University, South Korea; 7: Seoul National University, South Korea; 8: Universidad de Córdoba, Spain; 9: National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan; 10: Punjabi University, India; 11: j Jagiellonian University, Poland; 12: Open University of Israel; 13: East China Normal University, China



Subversive identities as against oppressive schooling among Hong Kong adolescents

Kazuyuki Nomura1, Takako Mochizuki2

1: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Explorations on the relationship between using public transportation to commute to school and student disengagement from school in an American context

Marc Stein, Julia Burdick-Will, Jeffrey Grigg

Johns Hopkins University, United States of America



Mobilizing Youth Voices for Racial Justice & Democracy

John B Diamond, Kendra Alexander, Bianca Baldridge, Erika Bullock

University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States of America

PA26: Curriculum, Policy and Reform in Education across the Globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Prof. Kajsa Yang Hansen, University West
 

Curriculum Policies in Contexts of Internationalization: Impacts in Santa Catarina-Brazil

Juares da Silva Thiesen

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina - UFSC, Brazil



Constructing Curriculum Modules on Future Education of Sustainable Development for Taiwan’s Primary Education: Taking “Global Warming” Unit as an example

Ya-Ting Wang, Pei-I Chou

National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan



Re-imagining Japanese Education: from Function to Cosmopolitan Learning

Dong Kwang Kim

Okayama University, Japan

PA27: Global Perspectives on Socio-Ecological Issues for Curriculum Development
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Frank Reichert, The University of Hong Kong
 

Dialogue as a Pedagogy for Peace Education

Gulistan Gursel-Bilgin

Bogazici University, Turkey



How to Design a Curriculum Including the Element of Play: An Examination through a Practice Case in Life Environment Studies

Kazuhisa Morimoto

Kyoto University, Japan



Public-Private Partnership in Philippine Senior High School Program: Unpacking Social Justice by Navigating Equity of Access for Excellence

Ferdinand Castillo Lacuata, Dr. Ma. Rita Recto Aranda, Dr. Maria Eliza P. Cruz

Arellano University,National University,and San Beda University, Manila, Philippines



Fostering prospective teachers’ explaining skills during university education – Evaluation of a training module

Juergen Seifried, Stefanie Findeisen, Viola K. Deutscher

University of Mannheim, Germany

PO01-01: Poster 01-01
Location: Central Building 3F
 

What do Japanese Teachers Have Anxiety about Group Leaning? Focusing on Difference of School Levels and Subjects

Keiichi Kodama

Daito Bunka University, Japan



Opening up the classroom to Bots as learning partners: Integrating ideas from educational psychology, technology and language learning

Luke Fryer1, Andrew Thompson2, Mark Howarth2, Andrew Gallacher2, Kaori Nakao3

1: The university of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: Kyushu Sangyo University; 3: Seinan Gakuin University



The Inequality of Child-Rearing Field in Japan

Toshiaki Kawaguchi1, Miho Okumura2

1: University of Teacher Education Fukuoka, Japan; 2: Independent



Japan’s ‘tsukyu’ Classrooms for Inclusive Education: Using Inclusive Pedagogical Approach to Enhance Learning Capacity for All

Keiko Aramaki

Teikyo University, Japan

PO01-02: Poster 01-02
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Are Japanese University Students Really Interested in Studying Abroad?

Andrew Thompson1, Aaron Gibson2

1: Fukuoka Women's University, Japan; 2: Fukuoka University, Japan



The Tension Between Individuality and Sociality in the Philosophy of Education: Focusing on the Concept of Being-in-the-World in Martin Heidegger and Akira Mori

Hideaki Kawakami

The University of Tokyo, Japan



Training future teachers in higher education to teach: Examining the role of Teaching Conceptions, Interest and Self-Efficacy on Teaching Ability in a teacher training course.

Alex Shum, Peter Lau, Luke Fryer

University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



A longitudinal study on peer attachment and multicultural acceptance applying autoregressive cross-lagged modeling

Soyoung Park, Hyewon Chung

Chungnam National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PO01-03: Poster 01-03
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Assessment of Non-Cognitive Skills Specific to Contents and Activities of School Subjects: Focusing on ‘mathematical proof’ in school mathematics of junior high school level

Mikio Miyazaki1, Hiroyuki Nakagawa2, Atsushi Yoshikawa3, Kimiho Chino1, Takeshi Miyakawa6, Taro Fujita5, Shizumi Shimizu4

1: Shinshu University, Japan; 2: Oita University, Japan; 3: Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; 4: Teikyo University, Japan; 5: University of Exeter, UK; 6: Waseda University, Japan



Developing Global Lesson Study for Physical Education Teachers

Naoki Suzuki1, Karen Richardson2, Mary Henninger3, Heidi Bohler4, Koji Ishii5

1: Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan; 2: Bridgewater State University; 3: Illinois State University; 4: Westfield State University; 5: Shinden Elementary School



Does educational decentralization really distribute responsibility? Indonesia case study

Jiin Kim

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



How do parental nonstandard work schedules influence parental involvement and children’s educational outcomes?

Minseop Kim, Nahri Jung

The Chinese University of Hong Kiong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PO01-04: Poster 01-04
Location: Central Building 3F
 

The Context of the Policy for Free Access to Early Childhood Education and Care in Japan: An Analysis of the Reports and Discussions by the Cabinet Council after the 2010s

Miki Shimizu

Kawaguchi Junior Colledge, Japan



The Role of Fundamental Literacy in Building Scientific Knowledge and Careers; Are there Equity Issues and Can We Solve Them?

Donna Jean Caccamise, Eileen Kintsch, David Quigley

University of Colorado, Boulder, United States of America



Validating the Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG) in multiple languages

Belkis Denise Choiseul-Praslin

University of Oklahoma, United States of America



Visual Representation as Counter-Storytelling

Shima Dadkhahfard1, Miwa Takeuchi2

1: University of Calgary, Canada; 2: University of Calgary, Canada

PO01-05: Poster 01-05
Location: Central Building 3F
 

What types of activities predict self-regulation skills in boys and girls at kindergarten?

Aubrey H. Wang1, Caroline Fitzpatrick2

1: Saint Joseph's University, United States of America; 2: Université Sainte-Anne, Canada



The Japanese historical process of sexuality education in the 1980s : focusing on the role of "Yogo teacher"

Arima Rie

The University of Tokyo, Japan



Comparative analysis of the research trends of principals' leadership in Korea and China

Xiaohan Liang, Ji-Soo Lee

Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Comparative Study on Recognition of Various Lifelong Learning Outcome -- Searching for Effective Policy Linkage Structure

Yukiko Sawano1, Miyuki Ohta2, Hiroki Sato3, Kanako Korenaga4, Yaka Matsuda4, Noriko Hasegawa5

1: University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo, Japan; 2: Hitotsubashi University; 3: Niigata University of Health and Welfare; 4: Kochi University; 5: Aichi Institute of Technology

PO01-06: Poster 01-06
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Development of professional competences of ECEC teachers’ in joint narrative play with children: experience from Lithuania, Finland, United Kingdom and Poland

Agne Brandisauskiene, Milda Bredikyte

Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania



Disparity in Critical Reading Skills of College Students in India and USA – Inequality and inequity

Smita Sinha1, Abha Gupta2, Arati Biswal1

1: Berhampur University, India; 2: Old Dominion University, United States of America



Gender Differences in Students’ Motivational Beliefs in Mathematics Learning and Relations with Achievement Across Grades

Yao-Mei Lin, Pey-Yan Liou

National Central University, Taiwan



Best Practices for Designing a Graduate Level Study Abroad Program or Field Experience

Joan Elizabeth Conte

Western Michigan University, United States of America

PO01-07: Poster 01-07
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Korean Immigrant Parents as Heritage Language Advocates and Teachers in the United States of America

Guang Lea LEE

OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY, United States of America



Longitudinal Evaluation of Eclectic Youth Mentoring Program Implemented in Hiroshima, Japan

Naotaka Watanabe, Kayoko Watanabe

Aichi Shukutoku University, Japan



Overlap and differences in own & new language motivational profiles and achievement

W. L. Quint Oga-Baldwin1, Luke K. Fryer2

1: Waseda University, Japan; 2: University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong



Relationship Building Strategy of Dispatched School Social Workers: Entry of "Job-Type" Professionals to "Membership-Type" Organization

Takahiro Fujimoto

Waseda University, Graduate School of Education, Japan

PO01-08: Poster 01-08
Location: Central Building 4F
 

The Impact of Study Abroad: Focusing on Japanese Student Engagement in College

Hiroko Mutoh

Waseda University, Japan



The life stories of teachers using social issues in class: Focusing on the hopes of teachers attempting to develop teaching materials on the Fukushima nuclear disaster

Daisuke Murai

Shizuoka University, Japan



The Relationships between Parental Psychological Control and Children’s Overt Aggression: Parent-Child Relationships as a Moderator.

Fei-Ling Huang, Ying-Yao Cheng, Min-Ju Liu

National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan

PO01-09: Poster 01-09
Location: Central Building 4F
 

A case study of the training for people who practice disaster management education -From the perspective of Legitimate Peripheral Participation

Nagomi NAKAMARU1, Shun ITO2, Yuya KUWADA1

1: Kyoto University, Japan; 2: Osaka University, Japan



Basic Research on the Life Science Education for University Students Studying Non-Science Courses in Japan

Asami Ohnuki1, Katsuhisa Kitamura2

1: Shirayuri University, Japan; 2: Kamakura Women's University, Japan



Developing Call to Action discussion topics for bringing research on teaching and learning with technology into policy and practice

Akira Sakamoto1, Hiroaki Ogata2, Gerald Knezek3, Rhonda Christensen3, Joke Voogt4, Kowk-Wing Lai5

1: Ochanomizu University Tokyo; 2: Univeristy of Kyoto; 3: University of North Texas USA; 4: University of Amsterdam NL; 5: University of Otago NZ

PO01-10: Poster 01-10
Location: Central Building 4F
 

International students’ learning patterns and their academic adaptation in British higher education

Soyoung Lee

The University of Hong Kong, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Novice and Experienced Elementary School Teachers in Japan

Takako Isozaki1, Tetsuo Isozaki2

1: The University of Toyama, Japan; 2: Hiroshima University



Promoting International Collaboration for Diversifying Education Research – Based on the Experience of the Japanese Society for Environmental Education and its International Partners

Sachi Ninomiya-Lim1, Kimiharu To4, Ryo Sakurai2, Shinichi Furihata3, Kantaro Tabiraki5

1: Tokai University, Japan; 2: Ritsumeikan University; 3: Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology; 4: Aomori University; 5: Matsumoto University



Democratising the course experience: Assessing and sharing “on-task” learning experiences

Luke Fryer, Lily Zeng, Alex Shum, C. W. Wong, Charlene Ho

The university of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PO01-11: Poster 01-11
Location: Central Building 4F
 

A Study on the Development of a Principals' Trust in Teachers Scale for Elementary Schools in Korea

Danam Kwon1, Daehyun Kim2

1: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



An analysis on the Policy of Integrating Kindergartens and Nursery Schools in Taiwan: the Perspective of Education Equity and Social Justice

Chen Ling Lee

PhD Program in National Chi Nan University, Taiwan. R.O.C.



Analysis on the Development of Middle and High School Students’ Ethics of Responsibility in China

Na SU

Shanghai Academy of Educaional Sciences, China, People's Republic of



Bibliography of student learning and development in higher education

Soyoung Lee, Luke Fryer

The University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Education, CETL

PO01-12: Poster 01-12
Location: Central Building 4F
 

Coexistence and creation education ecosystem found in children's story community

Jo-Eun Lee

Pusan National University, South Korea., Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Consumer Education for Promoting SDGs Using Board Games: High School Students Visiting Classes for Junior High School Students with the Theme of Ethical Consumption

Arisa Yoshiuchi

Ochanomizu University, Japan



Development and Evaluation of the “Kokolomi” Life Career Support Program

Yumiko Hirose1, Reina Mori2

1: Graduate School of Human Science, Waseda University, Japan; 2: Center for Active Engagement and Student Learning (CAESL), Teikyo University



Educational Approach for Reconstruction in Disaster Area- A Case Study of Educational Programme to Improve Children's Career Awareness-

Kento Ikeya1, Shun Ito2

1: Waseda University, Japan; 2: Osaka Univeristy, Japan

PO01-13: Poster 01-13
Location: Central Building 4F
 

Educational functions of an out-of-school organization for JSL children: Focusing on adult-child interaction

Rei Seto

Osaka university, Japan



Establishing a framework for the “Whether and What” of technology in supporting teaching and learning in and outside the classroom.

Luke Fryer, Khe Foon Hew

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Examination of teachers' involvement experience in difficult situations for children with developmental disorder tendencies

Naomi Sunami

Tottori University, Japan



Exploring elementary school teachers’ multigrade teaching in mathematics from the perspective of formative assessment

Chang-Hua Chen1, Chia-Hui Lin2

1: National Academy for Educational Research, Taiwan; 2: National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

SY01: Promoting Socio-cognitive Development through Interaction in a Globalized World
Location: Central Building 401
 

Promoting Socio-cognitive Development through Interaction in a Globalized World

Chair(s): Javier Díez-Palomar (University of Barcelona)

Discussant(s): Liesel Ebersöhn (University of Pretoria)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Co-creative Skills Using Technology: Key Competences for Students’ Participation in a Globalized Word

Manoli Pifarré
Universitat de Lleida, Spain

 

Socio-emotional Development through Dialogic Reading among Elementary Students

Rocío García-Carrión1, Javier Diez-Palomar2
1University of Deusto, 2University of Barcelona

 

Parental mind-mindedness and child social cognitive development during early childhood

Zhenlin Wang, Xiaozi Gao
The Education University of Hong Kong

SY02: STS Education Necessary in the Context of Non-Western Countries: Comparison Case Studies in Thailand and Japan
Location: Central Building 402
 

STS Education Necessary in the Context of Non-Western Countries: Comparison Case Studies in Thailand and Japan

Chair(s): Satoko Baba (Iwate University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Chokchai Yuenyong (Khon Kaen University, Thailand), Shinya Morimoto (Iwate University, Japan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

An Introduction to «Disaster Resilience Education»: from Historical perspective on the relation between Human being and Natural disasters

Reiko Muroi
Iwate University, Japan

 

What should be the Disaster Resilience Education to cultivate children's own initiative: from the experience of Kamaishi East Junior High School in Iwate Prefecture

Tetsu Mugikura, Shinya Morimoto
Iwate University, Japan

 

Science education with Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects (ELSA) on the theme of familiar environmental issues in Bangkok

Hiroshi Iimura
International Cooperation NGO IV-JAPAN

 

Curriculum with “Local Wisdom” Reform in Thailand: Relationship between Regional Characteristics and STEM Education Practice

Satoko Baba1, Chokchai Yuenyong2
1Iwate University, Japan, 2Khon Kaen University, Thailand

SY03: School to school collaboration: International perspectives
Location: Central Building 403
 

School to school collaboration: International perspectives

Chair(s): Paul Armstrong (University of Manchester), Chris Brown (University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom)

Discussant(s): Chris Brown (University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom), Hanna Miller (Thinking Schools Academy Trust, Univted Kingdom)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The role of school leaders in maximizing the impact of Professional Learning Networks: a case study from England

Chris Brown, Jane Flood
University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

 

The Travels of ideas - How knowledge brokerage works between Professional Learning Networks and Schools

Livia Roessler
University of Innsbruck

 

School-to-school support in England: Cooperation and competition

Paul Armstrong
University of Manchester

 

Improving school quality measures in disadvantaged areas using an evidence informed network approach? Longitudinal findings from Germany.

Nina Bremm
Universität Duisburg-Essen

SY04: Efforts to Embed Evaluative Thinking in Schools and Educational Systems around the World: Comprehending where we are.
Location: Central Building 404
 

Efforts to Embed Evaluative Thinking in Schools and Educational Systems around the World: Comprehending where we are.

Chair(s): Akihiko Hashimoto (National Institute for Educational Policy Research, Japan)

Discussant(s): Keiko Kuji Shikatani (Ontario Ministry of Education, Canada), Akihiko Hashimoto (National Institute for Educational Policy Research, Japan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Nature of Self Evaluation in Current Japanese Schools: Observing how Evaluative Thinking is Embedded

Akihiko Hashimoto
National Institute for Educational Policy Research, Japan

 

Educational planning and evaluation in Greenland

Mitdlarak Evelyn Lennert
Ilisimatusarfik University of Greenland

 

Building the Education Sector’s Capacity to Use Evaluative Thinking to Facilitate Better Outcomes for Learners

Keiko Kuji Shikatani
Ontario Ministry of Education, Canada

 
2:45pm
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4:15pm
IS02: Invitational Symposium 02: Researching Educational Advocacy From Multiple Perspectives (IRN Symposium)
Location: Central Building 401
 

Researching Educational Advocacy From Multiple Perspectives (IRN Symposium)

Chair(s): Brian Hudson (Karlstad University), Ernest Kofi Davis (University of Cape Coast)

Discussant(s): Lauri Johnson (Boston College & University of Nottingham)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Families as Codesigners of Educational Justice with/in the System

Ann Ishimaru
University of Washington, USA

 

Family-School-Community (Dis)engagement: An Indigenous Community’s Fight for Cultural Recognition, Revitalization, and Survival in a New England School District

Shanee Wangia
Boston College

 

The Crucial but Often Overlooked Role of Students in Educational Advocacy Work

Katherine Cumings Mansfield1, Anjale Welton2, Mark Halx3
1Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, 3Illinois Wesleyan University, USA

 

Do IB Programmes Empower Students and Teachers? Experiences from Nine IB Schools in Poland

Joanna Leek
University of Lodz, Poland

IS03: Invitational Symposium 03: AERA Presidential Perspectives on the Importance of Research Transcending National Borders
Location: Central Building 302
 

AERA Presidential Perspectives on the Importance of Research Transcending National Borders and Boundaries

Chair(s): Felice Levine (American Educational Research Association)

Discussant(s): Felice Levine (American Educational Research Association)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Presentation 1

Eva L. Baker
University of California-Los Angeles, AERA President 2006-2007, WERA President 2010-2012

 

Presentation 2

Carol D. Lee
AERA President 2009-2010

 

Presentation 3

Kris D. Gutiérrez
University of California, Berkley; AERA President 2010-2011

 

Presentation 5

Barbara Schneider
Michigan State University; AERA President 2013-2014

 

Presentation 5

Vanessa Siddle Walker
Emory University; AERA President 2019-2020

PA28: International Studies on Female Tertiary Education
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Prof. Kakoma Luneta, University of Johannesburg
 

Exploring the value of third-level education for women in Ireland and Japan

Yurie Maeda1, Naonori Kodate2,3

1: Technological University Dublin, Ireland; 2: University College Dublin, Ireland; 3: Public Policy Research Centre, Hokkaido University, Japan



The educational journeys of female farm activists in the Western Cape, South Africa

Kara Grace Mackay1, Christina Elonis Nalencia Amsterdam2

1: University of Pretoria, South Africa; 2: Independent Researcher



Aeta women and their negotiation of identities in livelihood activities

Gina Macalintal Lontoc1, Arceli Magsino Amarles2

1: University of Santo Tomas, Philippines; 2: Philippine Normal University, Philippines

PA29: Policy and Reform from a Global Perspective
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Prof. Dipane Joseph Hlalele, University of Kwazulu-Natal
 

Educational change and innovation designed to promote disadvantaged populations in the United States, as reflected in the academic research

Kama Ten-Ezer Marksheid

Tel-Aviv University, Israel



Governmentality, dispositif, and pedagogic device: Bernstein’s engagement with Foucault and the politics of knowledge

Henry Kwok, Parlo Singh

Griffith University, Australia



THE COST OF BUREAUCRACY IN THE BRAZILIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

Jokasta Pires Vieira Ferraz

Federal University of Paraná, Brazil



Causal explanations of school social segregation in OECD countries: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis

Laura B. Perry

Murdoch University, Australia

PA30: The Effect of Policy and Reform on Children Worldwide
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Dr. Isabelle Chang, Temple University
 

Rural-to-urban migrant children in Chinese urban state schools: from access to quality?

Hui Yu

South China Normal University, China, People's Republic of



Self-Directed Learning Readiness of Taiwan High School Students: Will New Curriculum Guidelines Create Self-Directed Learners?

Kenzen Chen1, Chang Hua Chen2, Hsiaofeng Tsai2

1: National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan; 2: National Academy for Educational Research, Taiwan



To Study in Urban Public Schools: A points-based system for migrant children

YI WAN

Kyushu University, Japan



National and Local Education Policies for Ethnic Minorities in Post-War Japan

Sayaka Hashimoto1,2

1: UCL Institute of Education, UK; 2: Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan

PA31: Teachers Role in Education Policy and Reform across the Globe
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Dr. Luz A. Murillo, Texas State University
 

Teacher valorization and retirement mechanism: a comparative analysis between Brazil and Japan

Aline Kazuko Sonobe, Andréa Barbosa Gouveia

Federal University of Paraná, Brazil



Professional Well-Being of Regional Teachers Community

Elena Ilaltdinova, Aleksander Fedorov, Olga Kim

Minin University, Russian Federation



Enhancement of teachers’ TPACK in developing countries: a case study of secondary school teachers in Bangladesh

Yoonjung HWANG

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Leading Schools in Neoliberal Times: Two Provincial Cases in Canada

Goli Rezai-Rashti

The University of Western Ontario, Canada

PA32: Education for Sustainable Development Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Yuu Kimura, University of Fukui
 

Problematizing "Development": Comparative, Ecopedagogical Analysis of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Greg William Misiaszek

Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of



Practices and challenges on evaluation for SDG-Goal4.7: Case studies of ESD in Japan

Aki Yonehara

Toyo University, Japan



Ideas on Dialogical Sustainable Development Education: Mapping "Global Citizenship Programs" in the United States, Finland, and Japan

Alesse Nunes

Soka University, Japan



Preparing Young Leaders for Sustainability 2030 & Beyond

Beate Winkler Nguyen

Archdiocese of Los Angeles/St. Augustine School, United States of America

PA33: Critical Pedagogy and Policy Spaces for Education Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Akiko Kamogawa, University of Yamanashi
 

Developing a Strategy for Citizenship Education 2030

Hermann Josef Abs

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Germany



An Approach to Critical Social Pedagogy: Inspired by Horton and Freire

Yoshimi Fujimura

The University of Tokyo, Japan



Career formation in a Transnational Society: a Case Study of Immigrant Youth in Brazilian Schools in Japan

Rafaela Yoshiy Olivares

The University of Tokyo, Japan



Transnational Frameworks for Vocational and Career Curriculum in National and Local Contexts: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme in England, Dubai, and Singapore

Masaaki Yanagida1, Choon Kiat Sim2, Wataru Hanai3, Sayaka Mitarai4, Yuya Akatsuka5, Hiroki Nakanishi6, Yusuke Nakajiima7, Naohiro Iida8

1: Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan; 2: Showa Women’s University; 3: National Centre for University Entrance Examinations; 4: Shukutoku University; 5: Waseda University Honjo Senior High School; 6: Waseda University; 7: Osaka Ohtani University; 8: Hokkaido University

PA34: Global Findings on Vocational Education and Training
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Prof. Ellen Goldring, Vanderbilt University
 

The portability of vocational skills and qualifications: Reflexions on the perception of “recognition” in vocational education and training

Christiane Eberhardt

Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Germany



On the way to an international large-scale assessment of intrapreneurship competence as central goal for vocational education and training (VET)

Susanne Weber1, Frank Achtenhagen2

1: Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany; 2: Georg-August-University Goettingen, Germany



Excellence in vocational education and training in Europe, bridging the gap between inclusiveness and competitiveness?

Isabelle Le Mouillour

Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Germany



Cognitive Activation in VET-Classrooms – Findings of a Video Study in Switzerland

Juergen Seifried1, Doreen Holtsch2

1: University of Mannheim, Germany; 2: University of Teacher Education St.Gallen, Switzerland

PA35: International perspectives on the labour market in transition
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Barbara Cozza, St. John's University
 

How does the school-to-work transition affect young people’s transition to Adulthood? ; Comparative study of Japan and UK

Akio Inui1, Masahiko Sano2, Akihiko Higuchi3, Takesh Hori4, Maki Hiratsuka3, Yoshie Miura1, Andy Biggart5

1: Tokyo Metropolitan University; 2: Osaka Electro-Communication University; 3: Hosei University; 4: Joetsu University of Education; 5: Queen’s University Belfast



What happens next? Barriers and facilitators in the transition to employment for graduates with disabilities

Rosa Bellacicco1, Marisa Pavone2

1: UNIVERSITY OF BOZEN- ITALY, Italy; 2: UNIVERSITY OF TURIN -ITALY, Italy



Social selectivity and labor market returns of vocational education and training in the Caucasus and Central Asia

Michael Frank Gebel, Eliza Mandieva

University of Bamberg, Germany

PA36: Displaced Peoples and Education Research across the Globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Carolyn Herrington, Florida State University
 

‘Feeling at Home away from Home?’ Social Participation of Refugee Students in Cyprus: A Mixed Methods Case Study Design

Lambri Trisokka2, Leslie Ann Gautsch1, Christoforos Mamas1

1: University of California, San Diego, United States of America; 2: Primary School of Agia Napa-Antonis Tsokkos (Ministry of Education and Culture) (Cyprus)



Pursuing Equity and Social Justice with Refugee Children in and Through Reflective Narrative

Huili Hong

TOWSON UNIVERSITY, United States of America



Higher education in the context of mass displacement: Towards sustainable solutions for refugees

Tejendra Pherali

University College London, United Kingdom



Adolescents’ rights at school: a study with children of immigrants and non-immigrants

Feliciano Henriques Veiga

Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto de Educação, Portugal

SY05: Clap-backs from the Crit: Sister Resisters Navigating Exclusionary Spaces and Invisible Identities
Location: Central Building 402
 

Clap-backs from the Crit: Sister Resisters Navigating Exclusionary Spaces and Invisible Identities

Chair(s): Kay Traille (Kennesaw State University, United States of America), Cleopatra Warren (Mercer University)

Discussant(s): Cleopatra Warren (Mercer University), Angeline Dean (Rowan University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

“History ? You’d be a bit lost without it”: Students and Mothers of African-Caribbean Heritage and their perceptions of School history

Kay Traille
Kennesaw State University

 

Voices from the Water Drum: Black Girl’s Radical Presence and Resistance in Online Learning Environments

Cleopatra Warren
Mercer University

 

We Who? Is History Class Diving Us? Reflections of a 12th grade History Classroom

Angeline Dean
Rowan University

SY06: A New Strategy for STEM Learning in a Changing Society: Focusing on the Undergraduate Program
Location: Central Building 403
 

A New Strategy for STEM Learning in a Changing Society: Focusing on the Undergraduate Program

Chair(s): Toshiyuki Hosokawa (Hokkaido University, Japan), Reiko Yamada (Doshisha University)

Discussant(s): Masaaki Ogasawara (Hokkaido University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Characteristics of Rikei Students (Science & Technology Majors) in Japanese Universities Indicated by Statistical Analysis

Masaaki Ogasawara, Toshiyuki Hosokawa, Atsushi Miyamoto
Hokkaido University

 

Mathematics Education Using Real-World Problems

Mitsuru Kawazoe
Osaka Prefecture University

 

Role of Integrated Science Approach in Higher Education in Japan: An attempt in Hokkaido University

Hisao Suzuki
Hokkaido University

 

The Importance of Interdisciplinary Aspects of University Programs: Collaboration between STEM and Non-STEM Disciplines

Reiko Yamada
Doshisha University

SY07: Lens from Lesson Study and Systematic Classroom Observation Research: Lessons learnt from Japan, China, and Hong Kong
Location: Central Building 404
 

Lens from Lesson Study and Systematic Classroom Observation Research: Lessons learnt from Japan, China, and Hong Kong

Chair(s): Yin-Cheong Cheng (The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China))

Discussant(s): Yin-Cheong Cheng (The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China))

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Principles and Practices of Lesson Observation in Japan: A Case Study of the Problem-based Learning Lessons

Tetsuo Kuramoto
Aichi University of Education

 

Professional learning community in English teaching and formative assessment: Evidence from peer and researcher observations

Rainbow Hui Yuan, Christine Ye Wang
The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

VET teachers’ workplace learning on pedagogical practice: Evidence in classroom observations

Yanmin Zhao
The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

Effective and inspiring teaching in Math and Science classrooms: Evidence from systematic classroom observation and implications on STEM education

James Ko, Yasmin Fong, Aaron Qiqiang Xie
The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

Promoting video-based learning communities in a teacher education institute: Challenges and opportunities

Eric Chi Keung Cheng
The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

   
4:30pm
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6:00pm
DEC: DEC
Location: Central Building 302
PA37: Global Research on Ethics and Quality in Education
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Jonei Cerqueira Barbosa, Federal University of Bahia
 

Improving Education Access and Quality in Lao PDR -Based on the Seven Principles of ASEAN Declaration for OOSCY-

Miki Inui

University of Hyogo, Japan



Rethinking quality of education: experiences of shame and pride in students in a private school in Lima, Peru

Diego Emilio Luza

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Peru



Student Participation in Quality Assurance: Based on Critical Consideration of the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG)

Tsutomu Yamada

Ritsumeikan University, Japan



Between Utilitarianism and Laissez-Faire: Research on the Supervisory Styles and their Effects on the Quality of Postgraduate Training

Lan Xu

Xiamen University, China, People's Republic of

PA38: Adult Education Worldwide
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Dr. Alexandra N. Spichtig, Reading Plus
 

Fourth and Fifth Generation Japanese American Perspectives on Ethnic Identity and Societal Reception

Lorine Erika Saito

Pepperdine University, United States of America



Multimedia annotations for contextualized vocabulary learning: From working adults' perspective

Ruofei Zhang, Di Zou, Haoran Xie

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA39: International Perspectives on Math, Science and Didactic Research
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Marina Armenovna Tsatrian, National Research University Higher School of Economics
 

THE IMPACT OF THAI CULTURE ON BELIEFS ABOUT TEACHING AND LEARNING SCIENCE

Witchayada Nawanidbumrung1, Sara Samiphak2

1: Science Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; 2: Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand



Development of a notion of limit as proximity from discourse analysis in secondary-school function classes

Kenji Shigeno

The University of Tokyo / The University of Tokyo Polytechnic, Japan



teaching Accounting threshold Concepts

Sithembele Ndovela

University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa



Computational Thinking Worldwide: Bridging Inequalities in Curricular Approaches of Implementing Computational Thinking by Measuring Students’ Computational Thinking Literacy in IEA-ICILS 2018

Amelie Labusch, Birgit Eickelmann, Kerstin Drossel

Paderborn University, Germany

PA40: Global Perspectives on Partnerships and Collaboration in Higher Education
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Min Hsuan Chen, Claremont Evaluation Center
 

Experiential Edventure in Higher Education: Learning beyond the Classroom in an Intercultural Context

Soon Fen Wong, Kankana Mukhopadhyay, Benson Meng Suan Leom, Shi Yun Lau, Hui Ying Tan

National University of Singapore, Singapore



AN INCLUSIVE, ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE FRAMEWORK FOR ENGAGING IN COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS

Lesley Wood1, Deidre Geduld2

1: North-West University, South Africa; 2: Nelson Mandela University, South Africa



Collaboration in Different Cultural Contexts: Analysis of PISA 2015 Collaborative Problem Solving with student attitudes toward collaboration

Kazuaki Iwabuchi

Teachers College, Columbia University, United States of America



Collaborative Research-Practice-Policy Partnerships for Educational Improvement Across National Contexts: Insights, Opportunities and Challenges from Singapore and Israel

Dennis Kwek1, Hwei-Ming Wong1, Adam Lefstein2

1: National Institute of Education - Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

PA41: International Research about Studying Abroad
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dania El Chaar, University of Calgary
 

From hedgehog to sea urchin: international engagement parameters and the Chilean university student

Pete Leihy1, Gonzalo Zapata1, José Salazar2

1: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile; 2: Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile



Student choice and experience in a joint 2+2 program between an Australian and a Chinese university

Josephine Ng, Berenice Nyland

RMIT University, Australia



Toward building the learning condition for education abroad: honesty, ignorance, and courage

Naomi Kagawa1, David Wong2

1: Shimane University, Japan; 2: Michigan State University



Who can study abroad on government funding? -- Analysis through Bourdieu’s Concept of Capital

Yun-shiuan {Viola} Chen

National Academy for Educational Research, Taiwan, Taiwan

PA42: Research on Parental Involvement Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Andriele Ferreira Muri Leite, Federal University of Rondonia
 

Impact of parenting styles and academic achievement in the high school years on psychosocial adjustment among adolescents and young adults

Feliciano Henriques Veiga1, Carlota Moura Veiga2, Oscar F. Garcia3, Emilia Serra3

1: Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto de Educação, Portugal; 2: ISCTE-IUL; 3: University of Valencia, Spain



Parental Involvement in Elementary Education in Developing Countries: The Case of Nagaland, India

Mio Morimoto

Waseda University, Japan



The associations between engaging teaching, motivation, socio-economic status and Year 4 science achievement: evidence from TIMSS 2015

Yu Chen1, Winnie Wing Mui So2

1: Department of Science and Environmental Studies, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR; 2: Centre of Education for Environmental Sustainability, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

PA43: Imagining Values in Educational Psychology Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Dr. Seyithan Demirdag, Zonguldak Bulent Ecevit University
 

Investigating Equity Practices and Teaching for Global Readiness in a K-12 School District

Jamie Schlais Barnes

Virginia Commonwealth University



Relations of values to academic motivation : Comparison between middle/high school students and college students

Yonghan Park, Eunye Kim, Sooyeon Han, Moonjeong Oh

Chungnam National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Examining Connections of Teacher Interpersonal Behaviour, Student Motivation and Competency Level

Zainun Misbah1, Judith Gulikers2, Martin Mulder2

1: Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia, Indonesia; 2: Wageningen University and Research



Implementing Digital Storytelling in an Elementary Science Imagination and Creativity Workshop

Ying-Tze Chen1, Hsiao-Chi Ho2, Ying-Yao Cheng1, Min-Ju Liu1

1: National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan; 2: Providence University, Taiwan

PA44: Global Perspectives on Social Learning
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Michelle Proyer, University of Vienna
 

Translocal Learning Approach for Fostering Sustainability Transition

Shogo Kudo1, Doreen Allasiw1, Kanako Matsuyama2, Melissa Hansen3

1: The University of Tokyo; 2: University of London; 3: University of the Free State



Consumer goods and material culture at primary school age: An ethnographic study on practices and orienting knowledge of children as consumers in Germany

Sebastian Schinkel

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany



The ‘Merlí’ effect: political socialisation of critical citizens

Camila Carvallo

Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium



A case study of a school in the periphery implementing ICT: from traditional teacher to innovative teacher

Orit Avidov-Ungar1,2, Betty Toussia-cohen1

1: Achva Academic College, Israel; 2: The Open University of Israel

PA45: Narratives and Action in Education Research Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Kay Traille, Kennesaw State University
 

What is good action research?: A meta-analytical study on the validity of educational action research in Japan

Noriyuki Inoue, Miyako Iida

Waseda University, Japan



A New Literacy Coach and two Early Career English Language Arts Teacher Learn Together: A Narrative Inquiry

Christiana Cobb Succar

University of South Florida, United States of America



Exploring the Meanings Educators in Nine Countries Made from Studying their Teaching Practices: A Metasynthesis of Self-Study Literature

Christi Edge1, Elsie Olan2

1: Northern Michigan University, United States of America; 2: University of Central Florida, United States of America



An examination of the construction of PLC (Professional Learning Community) : A Japanese Case Study

Orie Sasaki, Shinji Fukuhata

University of Tokyo, Japan

SY08: Higher Education in an Ageing Society: Perspective from Japan and East Asia (JAHER)
Location: Central Building 301
 

Higher Education in an Ageing Society: Perspective from Japan and East Asia

Chair(s): Machi Sato (Hiroshima University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Akiyoshi Yonezawa (Tohoku University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Higher Education Participation Under the Population Decline in Japan

Yasuo Hozawa
National Institute for Educational Policy Research of Japan

 

Transformation of Undergraduate Education in East Asia

Hirotaka Nanbu1, Yusuke Nakajima2
1Kyoto University, 2Osaka Ohtani University

 

Japanese Universities and the Transition to Work under Ageing

Yukie Hori1, Yuri Nakajima2
1The Japan Institute for Labor Policies and Training, 2Nagasaki University

SY09: Feeling Safe in K-12 Schools: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Around the World
Location: Central Building 401
 

Colombia: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Around the World

Chair(s): Jonathan Cohen (Columbia University, United States of America)

Discussant(s): grace skrzypiec (Flinders University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Israel Model: A Centralized National and Local System Designed to Achieve Optimal School Climate Driven by Monitoring on Multiple Levels

Sanjay Nanwani
Universidad de Los Andes

 

International Trends - Understanding and Addressing Mean, Bullying and/or Hateful Behaviors: Japan

Mitsuru Taki
NIER (Ministry of Education, Japan)

 

Creating Safe, Supportive and Engaging K-12 Schools in the United States: Trends, Challenges and Future Directions

Jonathan Cohen
Teachers College, Columbia Univ

SY10: Exploring the variations of Lesson Study within and across contexts: The experience of Japan, UK and Singapore
Location: Central Building 402
 

Exploring the variations of Lesson Study within and across contexts: The experience of Japan, UK and Singapore

Chair(s): Kiyomi Akita (University of Tokyo, Japan)

Discussant(s): Andy Hargreaves (Boston College, US)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Lesson Study as a core of “School as Learning Community”: Variations of policy and practice in Japan in comparison with other Asian countries.

Manabu Sato
Gakushuin University,Japan

 

The evolution of Research Lesson Study in the UK and its contribution to learning, curriculum and community at classroom, school and system levels.

Pete Dudley
University of Cambridge, UK

 

Going deeper into Lesson Study: Perspectives from Singapore

Christine Lee
National Institute of Education, Singapore

SY11: ‘Good’ Pedagogical Practices in ECEC – a Multi-Level Perspective on Current Debates, Discourse and Practice in Chile, Finland and Germany
Location: Central Building 403
 

‘Good’ Pedagogical Practices in ECEC – a Multi-Level Perspective on Current Debates, Discourse and Practice in Chile, Finland and Germany

Chair(s): Stefanie Bischoff (Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany), Nicoletta Eunicke (Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany)

Discussant(s): Dana Harring (Technical University Rosenheim, Germany)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

What is a ‘Good’ Early Childhood Educator in Chile?

Maria Viviani
Universidad de los Andes, Santiago, Chile

 

Disenchanting Parent-Teacher Partnerships? An Analysis of Pedagogic Journals and ECEC Educators’ Perspectives in Germany

Nicoletta Eunicke1, Stefanie Bischoff2
1Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany, 2Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany

 

‘Good’ Practices in Finnish Early Childhood Education and Care

Mari Vuorisalo
University of Jyväskylä, Finland

SY12: Changing approaches to teacher education: a comparative analysis
Location: Central Building 404
 

Changing approaches to teacher education: a comparative analysis

Chair(s): Ian Menter (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)

Discussant(s): Gerald Letendre (Pennsylvania State University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Reforming teacher education in England

Ian Menter
University of Oxford

 

Reforming teacher education in Russia

Roza Valeeva, Ilshat Gafurov, Aydar Kalimullin
Kazan Federal University

 

Reforming teacher education in Italy

Monica Mincu
University of Torino

 

A cross-country analysis of teacher education reform in England, Italy and Russia

Ian Menter1, Roza Valeeva2, Aydar Kalimullin2
1University of Oxford, 2Kazan Federal University

 
Date: Wednesday, 07/Aug/2019
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10:30am
IS04: Invitational Symposium 04: Advancing International Comparative Research on Teachers and Teacher Education
Location: Central Building 301
 

Advancing International Comparative Research on Teachers and Teacher Education

Chair(s): Joanna Madalinska-Michalak (University of Warsaw, Poland Polish Educational Research Association, PERA)

Discussant(s): Barbara Schneider (Michigan State University, USA)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Making of IEA’s comparative studies – assuring quality and relevance across educational systems

Andrea Netten
Director of the IEA Amsterdam

 

Teachers’ data in the IEA Datasets – opportunities and challenges in using them

Paulina Korsnakova
Senior Research and Liaison Advisor to IEA

 

The Contribution of International Comparative Studies to Enhancement of National Research Capacity

Milosh Raykov
University of Malta

 

Teachers and Teacher Education in Challenging Times. Lessons learnt from International Comparative Research

Joanna Madalinska-Michalak
University of Warsaw, Polish Educational Research Association

IS06: Invitational Symposium 06: International Perspectives of Teacher Education for Early Childhood Educators: Is there an emerging Science? (IRN Symposium)
Location: Central Building 402
 

International Perspectives of Teacher Education for Early Childhood Educators: Is there an emerging Science?

Chair(s): Bee-Leng Chua (Nanyang Technological University)

Discussant(s): Oon Seng Tan (Nanyang Technological University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The System of Professional Development for Early Childhood Educators in Japan

Kiyomi Akita
The University of Tokyo

 

Promoting Educator Effectiveness through In-service Professional Development (PD): An Australian Perspective

Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett
Early Start Research Institute

 

The Preparation of Early Childhood Educators in the USA

Eleonora Villegas-Reimers
Boston University

 

Early Childhood Teacher Education in Singapore: Emerging Trends and a perspective from Mediated Learning Experience

Oon-Seng Tan, Bee-Leng Chua
Nanyang Technological University

IS07: Invitational Symposium 07: Communicative strategies used by effective teachers in mathematics and literacy instruction with students who are linguistically diverse (IRN Symposium)
Location: Central Building 403
 

Communicative strategies used by effective teachers in mathematics and literacy instruction with students who are linguistically diverse

Chair(s): Geraldine Mongillo (William Paterson University)

Discussant(s): Funke Omidire (University of Pretoria)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Introduction and history of the IRN

Geraldine Mongillo
William Paterson University

 

The language and strategies used by Israeli and Arab teachers with linguistically diverse learners

Vered Nusbaum-Vankin1, Randa Abbas2
1Western Galilee College, 2The Arab Academic College for Education and Western Galilee College

 

Teachers’ communicative strategies for non-native language learners in science lessons

Carrie E. Hong
William Paterson University

 

Teachers’ Awareness, Preparation and Teaching Strategies When Instructing Linguistically Diverse Learners

Funke Omidire
University of Pretoria, South Africa

PA46: Worldwide perspectives on digital technology in education
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Suzanna So Har Wong, University of Alberta
 

Moving beyond functional competence with digital technologies: Exploring literacy teacher educators’ experiences of integrating critical digital literacies

Pooja Dharamshi

Simon Fraser University, Canada



A longitudinal study of children’s perspectives on digital literacy practices at home and in school

Suzanna So Har Wong

University of Alberta, Canada



Computer-based teaching of problem solving in electronics: teacher-provided or computer-provided feedback?

Prof. Dr. Stephan Abele, Andreas Leon

TU Dresden, Germany



The integration of digital game-based learning into the instruction: teachers’ perceptions in different career stages

Orit Avidov-Ungar1,2, Merav Hayak2

1: Achva Academic College, Israel; 2: The Open University of Israel

PA47: Worldwide student engagement practices through creative learning processes
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Dr. Kari-Lee Grant, Uniondale Union Free School District AND Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY)
 

China USA Sister Schools: An International Perspective on Student Engagement, Creativity, and Pedagogy

Marco A. Nava1, Imelda L. Nava2, Jose A. Hernandez3, Roman A. Nava4, Christina Y. Deng5

1: Los Angeles Unified School District, United States of America; 2: University of California Los Angeles (UCLA); 3: Los Angeles Unified School District; 4: San Diego State University (SDSU); 5: Education Consultant



What Music of the Media Context are Children Listening to? Early Childhood Musical Learning Ecologies around the world

Almudena Ocaña-Fernández, Ramón Montes-Rodríguez, María Luisa Reyes-López

University of Granada, Spain



The measurement of academic behavioral skills and engagement and their role on young students' academic performance – A validation across four countries

Fazilat Siddiq1, Perman Gochyyev2

1: University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway; 2: University of California, Berkeley



The long-term benefits of classroom engagement skills for productivity and health

Caroline Fitzpatrick1,2,3, Linda Pagani4

1: Université Sainte-Anne, Canada; 2: PERFORM Centre, Concordia University, Canada; 3: Centre for Education Practice Research, University of Johannesburg, South Africa; 4: École de Psychoéducation, Université de Montréal, Canada

PA48: Inclusive Education Worldwide
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Kanako Korenaga, Kochi University
 

School consultation by using the universal design of lessons checklist to make inclusive school

Kanako Korenaga

Kochi University, Japan



Materialization of Educational Policies of Inclusion: a comparative journey between Brazil and Italy

Renata Venturini

Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil



Provision of support and inclusion/integration policies in post-upper-secondary education. A case study of the nation-state of Sweden

Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta1, Giulia Messina Dahlberg2, Sylvi Vigmo2

1: Jonkoping University, Sweden; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Students with severe and complex disabilities in inclusive contexts. A Systematic map

Silvia Dell'Anna1, Dario Ianes1, Marta Pellegrini2, Giuliano Vivanet3

1: Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; 2: University of Florence, Italy; 3: University of Cagliari, Italy

PA49: Global Lenses on Diversity in Higher Education
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Dr. Kankana Mukhopadhyay, National University of Singapore
 

Race, culture, and mental health in higher education: Case of Asian Americans

Doreen Hsu

University of California, San Diego, United States of America



The Impact of Asian Regional Network on Student Mobility in Malaysia from a Gender Perspective

Akiko Kamogawa

University of Yamanashi, Japan



The Deaf University Needed a Deaf President? : The “Deaf President Now” Movement and the “Unity for Gallaudet” Protest in the United States

Saharu Harada

Keio University, Japan



Appropriation of the Higher education in Mexican University System: between ambiguity and diversity

Angélica Buendía Espinosa1, Iván Alejandro Salas Durazo2, Ana Beatriz Pérez Díaz3

1: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico; 2: Universidad de Guadalajara; 3: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico

PA50: History of Education form a Global Perspective
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Prof. Jan Heystek, North-West University
 

The Brazilian black movement in the struggle for education: history and anti-racism in schools and curricula

Amilcar Pereira, Jorge Lucas Maia, Thayara Cristine Silva de Lima

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



Why Japanese primary schools tried to establish a cooperative relationship between school and home? Based on the pamphlets published by the primary school attached to the Tokyo Prefectural Aoyama Normal School in the 1930s

Aya Yamanashi

Keio University, Japan



Joseph Featherstone on Progressive Education from the 1960s Onward

Yoshie Kittaka

Yokohama National University, Japan



A Social History of the Educational Labor Movement in Japan: 1919-2019

Noritaka Tomiyama

Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

PA51: Global Complexities of School leadership
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Prof. Dorothee M. Meister, University of Paderborn
 

The formation of headteachers' identity as leaders at times of changing educational scene

Marina Armenovna Tsatrian

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation



An exploration of teacher leadership in Distinguished Teachers Studio (Mingshigongzuoshi) in China

Meng Zhang

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Leadership for Teacher Learning in Complex Communities: A Case Study of Master Teacher Studio in China

Xin Zheng

Southwest University, China, People's Republic of



West and East meet at the crossroads: School middle leadership model in mainland China

Jian Jing Tang

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA52: International views on learning difficulties and disabilities
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Dr. Catrin Renate Siedenbiedel, University of Kassel
 

Understanding the Lived Experiences of Transgender Youth with Disabilities

Angela Kay Ingram

University of Oregon, United States of America



Perception of Portuguese and English Language Teachers in view of the importance of collaborative work in order to promote the success of teaching / learning of students with dyslexia

Sonia Ruao Leite

Polytechnic Institute of Maia, Portugal



Understanding the participation structure in school for students with intellectual disabilities: Applying social network analysis to classroom discourse

Yusuke Kusumi

The University of Tokyo, Japan



Inclusive Education with regard to Autism – different perspectives from different countries

Catrin Renate Siedenbiedel

University of Kassel, Germany

PA53: International Perspectives on Sport and Dance in Education Research
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Edmilson Antonio Pereira Junior, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
 

Institutional support and programs for developing student-athletes' academic performance and retention in higher education: A meta-analytic investigation

Jong Eun Lee1, Ha-Young Kim2

1: Washington State University, United States of America; 2: Gachon University, South Korea



The Awareness, Knowledge and Perception of Anti-Doping In Sport among Recreational Gym Users

Melissa Kong, Yen-Chun Lin

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore



The Educational Implications of Dawu Musical Dance in the Western Zhou Dynasty

Mingyue Liu1, Gyeong-Sik An2, Yongho Jo3

1: Department of Education, Pusan National University, South Korea; 2: Department of Education, Pusan National University, South Korea; 3: Department of Philosophy of Education, Pusan National University, South Korea

PA54: Worldwide Views on Teacher Motivation, Satisfaction and Well-being
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Prof. Sabina Schutter, Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences
 

What Money Can’t Buy? Motivating Teachers without Merit Pay

Dan Wang

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



School Climate indices as Predictors of Teachers' Job Satisfaction and Performance in Oyo State, Nigeria

Afolakemi & Olasumbo Oredein, Ibikunle & Florence Akinnola

Lead City University, Nigeria



An International Collaboration the Mental Health of Educators: Strengthening emotional well-being

Susan Francis Carson

Grand Valley State University College of Education, United States of America



The Professional Health of Russian Teachers: Burnout and Enthusiasm

Roman Zviagintsev, David Konstantinovsky, Marina Pinskaya, Sergey Kosaretsky

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

SY13: Education and Democracy in Age of Post Truth (JERA)
Location: Central Building 302
 

Education and Democracy in an Age of Post-truth

Chair(s): Tomo Muramatsu (Rikkyo University)

Discussant(s): Shigeo Kodama (The University of Tokyo)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

New concept of citizenship education as a process of subjectification

Gert Biesta
Maynooth University

 

New Dimensions of Civic Education in an age of Post-truth

Harry Boyte
The Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship at Augsburg University in Minneapolis

 

Reconstruction of School Governance toward a new public education

Hiroko Hirose
Senshu University

SY14: Missing Rhetoric of Education in Japan: Dialogue on Rethinking Education and Teacher Education of Japan
Location: Central Building 404
 

Missing Rhetoric of Education in Japan: Dialogue on Rethinking Education and Teacher Education of Japan

Chair(s): Hiroshi Yano (Otsuma Women's University), Hisayoshi Mori (Osaka City University)

Discussant(s): Hiroshi Yano (Otsuma Women's University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Persistence of Utilitarian Ideology in Japan: Call for a New Paradigm

Naomi Kagawa
Shimane University

 

Rhetoric and Practice of Inclusiveness in Japan’s Teacher Education

Keiko Aramaki
Teikyo University

 

Reinstating the Diversity as a Medium for Rethinking Education and Teacher Education in Japan

Kaori Kanai
Musashi University

   
10:45am
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12:15pm
IS08: Invitational Symposium 08: Issues and Possibilities of Liberal Arts Education in Asian Higher Education (JERA)
Location: Central Building 301
Chair: Dr. Manabu Sato, Gakushuin University
 

Issues and Possibilities of Liberal Arts Education in Asian Higher Education

Chair(s): Manabu Sato (Gakushuin University)

Discussant(s): Eva Baker (World Education Association), Tang Oon Seng (National Institute of Education, Singapore)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Questing for Sustainable Development in Higher Education: The Role of Liberal Arts Education

Ka Ho Mok
Lingnan University, Hong Kong

 

Why are Humanities and Social Sciences Important?: The Promotion of “STEAM” in Education and Research at Higher Education Institutions in Southeast Asia

Yuto Kitamura
The University of Tokyo

 

Current Issues of Social Sciences and Humanities in Japan: Impact of Impact

Manabu Sato
Gakushuin University

 

Liberal/General Education in Japan: In Search of the Place to Fit

Aya Yoshida
Waseda University

PA55: The teacher as researcher across the globe
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Prof. Benedicte Gendron, Lirdef- Université paul-valéry Montpellier 3
 

How do research use behaviors within teachers’ social networks impact on teachers’ use of research?: A quantitative analysis from England

Chris Brown

Univeristy of Portsmouth, United Kingdom



Collaboration between mathematics schoolteachers and researchers: conflicts as entry points to new learnings

Jonei Cerqueira Barbosa1, Flávia Cristina Macedo Santana2

1: Federal University of Bahia, Brazil; 2: State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil



Becoming a Teacher Educator as Researcher: A self-study of novice teacher educators from Cambodia, Japan, Malawi and Myanmar

Foster Gondwe, May Thu Kyaw, Phaly Chhem, Takayoshi Maki

Hiroshima University (Japan)



Redefining practitioner research in the Asia-Pacific context

May M. H. CHENG, Dora D. Y. LI

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA56: Worldwide Perspective on Undergraduate Students in Higher Education
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Prof. Roza Valeeva, Kazan(Volga region) federal university
 

The Role of Critical Thinking on the Self-Esteem of the Students in Higher Education

Seyithan Demirdag

Zonguldak Bulent Ecevit University, Turkey



Does Student Engagement Patterns Differ across Nations? Comparison of the US, Chinese, and Russian Highly Selective Universities

Natalia Maloshonok

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation



A Cross-national Comparison of Gender and Language Effects on Higher Education Students’ Economic Knowledge in the U.S. and Germany

Jasmin Schlax1, Marie Nagel1, Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia1, Carla Kühling-Thees1, William Walstad2

1: Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany; 2: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA



An Analysis of Stratification beyond College Access in Taiwan: Examining Students’ Choices of Majors and Pathways

Patricia Yu

National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

PA57: Worldwide perspectives on Pre-service teacher education
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Dr. Beatrice Oi-yeung Lam, The Open University of Hong Kong
 

Pre-service education and pedagogical reasoning in TPACK-informed design tasks: a multiple case study across Europe

Ottavia Trevisan, Marina De Rossi

University of Padua, Italy



Pedagogically Aligned Program and its Association with Approaches to Learning: Perspectives of Pre-service Teachers from Malaysia and Indonesia

Pauline Swee Choo Goh, Kung Teck Wong, Norwaliza Abdul Wahab

Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia, Malaysia



Supporting Ethnoracially Diverse Male Preservice Teachers of Color: Evidence from a Teacher Preparation Program

Travis Bristol, David Wallace

University of California, Berkeley, United States of America



Promoting equity and social justice at initial teacher education: a pedagogical experience

Teresa Fleta1, María D. Pérez Murillo2, Keiko Tsuchiya3

1: Madrid Complutense University, Spain,; 2: Madrid Complutense University, Spain; 3: Yokohama City University, Japan

PA58: International views on Teacher development
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Prof. Shefali Pandya, University of Mumbai
 

Secondary school science teacher’s pedagogical development in Japan

Tetsuo Isozaki1, Takako Isozaki2

1: Hiroshima University, Japan; 2: The University of Toyama



On becoming a teacher educator: An ethnographic case study in Hong Kong

Rui Yuan

Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Developing teacher educators’ agency in Vietnamese tertiary education for ethnic minorities: a study on the use of intercultural sensitivity

Tung Ngoc Vu

Concordia University Chicago, MA Graduate

PA59: Teacher education for inclusive practices across the globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Yoshie Tomozumi Nakamura, George Washington University
 

Teacher education for inclusive and culturally sensitive classrooms: Case studies of two educators from Japan and Norway

Yuka Kitayama1, Hiromi Kawaguchi2, Ryosuke Minamiura3, Yoriko Hashizaki4

1: Osaka University; 2: Hiroshima University; 3: Tokyo Gakugei University; 4: Nara University of Education



Multicultural teacher education in Poland (in the context of global changes)

Ewa Sowa-Behtane

Jesuit University Ignatianum in Kraków, Poland



Teacher preparation for immigrant students: A comparison of Turkey, Hong Kong and the U.S.

A. Lin Goodwin1, Crystal Chen Lee2, Sibel Akin3

1: University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: North Carolina State University, North Carolina (USA); 3: TED University, Ankara (Turkey)



Tensions of an Auxiliary Educator as Border Crossers

Tang Wee Teo

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore

PA60: International Perspectives on Mathematics Knowledge, Assessments and Intervention Support
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Lauri Johnson, Boston College
 

Mixed Methods Cross-national Study of Middle School Mathematics Teachers’ Content Knowledge in USA and Russia

Mourat Tchoshanov1, Gulshat Shakirova2, Aydar Kalimullin2, Liliana Shakirova2, Maria Cruz Quinones1

1: University of Texas at El Paso, United States of America; 2: Kazan Federal University, Russia



It all adds up: A comparison of eighth-graders’ mathematics achievement around the world

Isabelle Chang

Temple University, United States of America



Critical Mathematical Literacy Development in Transnational Activism

Miwa Takeuchi1, Virgie Aquino Ishihara2

1: University of Calgary, Canada; 2: Filipino Migrants Center

PA61: Teacher preparation and education worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Dr. Monilola Dasola Oyetade, Lead City University, Ibadan, Oyo state Nigeria
 

Global perspectives in teacher education: a comparative study of Finnish and Japanese student teacher perceptions

Kiyoko Uematsu-Ervasti

Yokohama National University, Japan



English teacher education in the Global South: insights from Brazil and Chile

Kyria Rebeca Finardi

Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil, Brazil



Teacher Preparation in Singapore: Lessons on Neoliberalism

Priya Goel La Londe1, Warren Liew2

1: The University of Hong Kong; 2: National Institute of Education, Singapore

PA62: Global Perspectives on Vocational Education Research
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Prof. Wiel Veugelers, University of Humanistic Studies Utrecht
 

Who participates in Continuous Vocational Education and Training and why do they do it?

Eveline Wuttke1, Susan Seeber2, Christin Siegfried1

1: Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany; 2: Georg August University Goettingen, Germany



A Situational Judgement Approach for Measuring Young Adults’ Financial Literacy

Eveline Wuttke1, Carmela Aprea2

1: Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany; 2: University of Mannheim



Comparative Research on Vocational Education in Cambodia, Japan and Thailand

Asami Shimoda1, Nongluck Manowaluilou2, Sopheak Song3

1: Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation (IDEC), Hiroshima University, Japan; 2: Department of Vocational Education, Faculty of Education, Kasetsart University, Thailand; 3: Cambodia Development Resource Institute (CDRI) , Cambodia



Future ready: Identifying the key attributes for graduate work readiness

Betsy Ng1, Ai Noi Lee1, Bee Leng Chua1, Silin Yang2, June Teng1, Diwi Abbas1

1: National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2: National Trades Union Congress, Singapore

PA63: The Influence of Gender in Academia Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Soo Bin Jang, St. Mary's College of Maryland
 

Sexualized Violence as part of the Lebenswelt of adolescents worldwide – international findings and their implications for a theory of peer socialization

Sabine Maschke1, Ludwig Stecher2

1: University of Marburg, Germany; 2: University of Giessen, Germany



Gender-bades violence against female students with disabilities at Ethiopian universities

Meseret Hassen Ayele1, Wondwosen Mitiku Wolderufael1, Yitayal Alemu Mengistu1, Hawa Alemu Ibrahim1, Michelle Proyer2

1: University of Gondar, Ethiopia; 2: University of Vienna, Austria

SY15: Knowledge to be reconceptualized: Educational crisis and new perspectives on knowledge in the global world (JSES)
Location: Central Building 302
 

Knowledge to be reconceptualized: Educational crisis and new perspectives on knowledge in the global world

Chair(s): Shoko Yamada (Nagoya University, Japan)

Discussant(s): N/A N/A (N/A)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How ‘authorized knowledge’ is created through discourse: The case of Sustainable Development Goals

Shoko Yamada
Nagoya University, Japan

 

Rethinking the organization and purposes of school-based knowledge

Aaron Benavot
State University of New York, Albany, USA

 

Sociology of Education in Japan; Prospective from the past

Yoshimasa Kano
Kagawa University, Japan

 

Revisiting Knowledge from the Perspective of Feminist Pedagogy

Mutsuko Tendo
Miyagi Gakuin Women’s University, Japan

 

Neo-liberalism, Social Discourse and Institutionalized Setting

Tien-Hui Chiang
Zhengzhou University, China

SY16: Digitization in Education and at the workplace: A first empirical mapping of the state of the art
Location: Central Building 401
 

Digitization in Education and at the workplace: A first empirical mapping of the state of the art

Chair(s): Karl-Heinz Gerholz (University of Bamberg, Germany)

Discussant(s): Petri Nokelainen (University of Tampere)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How effective is the usage of digital media in school lessons – A mixed method-study in VET-system

Karl-Heinz Gerholz, Anne Wagner, Sebastian Ciolek, Markus Dormann
University of Bamberg

 

Challenges of implementing digital learning in corporate training

Christian Harteis, Bianca Steffen, Viktoria Merk, Sonja Port
University of Paderborn

 

Supporting counselors’ professional learning with digital case tools

Josef Strasser
University of Koblenz-Landau

SY17: The Hidden Narratives of Higher Education Internationalisation
Location: Central Building 402
 

The Hidden Narratives of Higher Education Internationalisation

Chair(s): Louise Morley (Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER) University of Sussex, United Kingdom)

Discussant(s): Suvendrini Kakuchi (University World News)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

1. The Affective Economy of Internationalisation: Migrant Academics in and out of Japanese Higher Education

Louise Morley1, Yumiko Hada2, Yasser Kosbar1, Daniel Leyton3
1Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER), University of Sussex, United Kingdom, 2Kansai Gaidai University, Japan, 3Alberto Hurtado University, Chile

 

2. Internationalisation of Higher Education in Japan As Experienced by Doctoral Researchers

Paul Roberts1, Mariam Attia2, Ryo Sasaki3
1Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER), University of Sussex, 2Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER), 3Shimane University, Japan

 

3. Internationalisation through English-medium instruction in Japan: Challenging a contemporary Dejima

Hiroshi Ota1, Kiyomi Horiuchi2
1Hitotsubashi University, Japan, 2Hiroshima University, Japan

SY18: The Professional lives of Teachers in Contemporary Japan
Location: Central Building 403
 

The Professional lives of Teachers in Contemporary Japan

Chair(s): Gerald LeTendre (Pennsylvania State University), Akiko Hayashi (Meiji University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Sawako Yufu (Waseda University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Beyond Lesson Study in Japanese Early Childhood Education

Akiko Hayashi
Meiji University

 

Teacher Leadership in Japan

Gerald LeTendre
Pennsylvania State University

 

Challenges to Teachers’ Work and Their Expertise in Japan

Akira Sakai
Sophia University

SY19: New Theoretical Directions for Language Learning Individual Differences
Location: Central Building 404
 

New Theoretical Directions for Language Learning Individual Differences

Chair(s): W. L. Quint Oga-Baldwin (Waseda University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Jenifer Larson-Hall (University of Kitakyushu)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The engagement process in language learning

W. L. Quint Oga-Baldwin
Waseda University

 

Getting interested in learning a language

Luke K. Fryer
University of Hong Kong

 

Personal investment theory and its implications for L2 motivation and learning

Ronnel B. King
The Education University of Hong Kong

 

Relevance of goal theories to language learning research

Minhye Lee, Mimi Bong
Korea University

 
11:45am
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1:00pm
Luncheon: Luncheon Seminar on International Publications (Springer Nature)
Location: North Building No.1 Room 308

Sponsored by Springer Nature, the seminar provides an opportunity to learn how to publish academic books with international publishers. Lunch will be served to the participants(limited number in box lunches).

1:00pm
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2:30pm
IS09: Invitational Symposium 09: Post-Secondary Education in Multiple Contexts: Policies, Issues and Future Development
Location: Central Building 301
 

Post-Secondary Education in Multiple Contexts: Policies, Issues and Future Development

Chair(s): Yuet Mui Celeste YUEN (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China)

Discussant(s): Catherine MILLET (ETS)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Paradoxes of Post-Secondary Education and Perceived Relative Functionalism for and among Underprivileged Students in Hong Kong

Yuet Mui Celeste YUEN, Chi Keung Alan CHEUNG
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

 

Notion of Academic Success: Dimensions of Difference among Chinese and South Asian Students in Post-Secondary Institutions in Hong Kong

Chi Keung Alan CHEUNG, Yuet Mui Celeste YUEN
The Chinese University of Hong, Kong, Hong Kong, China

 

“I still trust you, although I am disappointed”: Imbalanced trust in intercultural service-learning between Hong Kong and Kenya

Gordon TSUI
The University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong, China

 

Participation in curricular acceleration programs in the high school years: Does race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status lead to different participation routes?

Catherine MILLET
ETS

IS10: Invitational Symposium 10: Towards Equity and Social Justice: Ethics & Aesthetics, Reflexivity, Empowerment and Innovation: Core Reference Points of Professionalization Research in Organizational Education (IRN Symposium)
Location: Central Building 302
 

Towards Equity and Social Justice: Ethics & Aesthetics, Reflexivity, Empowerment and Innovation: Core Reference Points of Professionalization Research in Organizational Education (IRN Symposium)

Chair(s): Susanne Maria Weber (Philipps University of Germany)

Discussant(s): Susanne Maria Weber (Philipps University of Germany)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Ethical and Aesthetical Standards for Professionalization in Organizations and Networks

Agnieszka Czejkowska
University of Graz, Austria

 

Between Peer-Reflexivity and Imagination: Towards a “Professionalization in Organizational Education” Approach

Susanne Maria Weber, Marc André Heidelmann
Philipps University of Germany

 

Professionalization in Narration

Breton Hervé
University of Tours, France

 

Empowerment Professionalization of Women Refugees

Sepideh Abedi
Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany

 

Professionalization and Empowerment of Voluntary Youth Support Organizations

Dai Matsumoto
Hirosaki University

PA64: Teacher development, competencies and instruction worldwide
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Yutaro Ohashi, Nippon Institute of Technology
 

Developing community-based teachers: Exploring the practices and pedagogies of literacy teacher educators with a critical stance

Pooja Dharamshi

Simon Fraser University, Canada



Institutionalization of the Instruction to Pass University Examinations in Top-Ranking Public High Schools and Its Impact on Teachers: A Case Study of “Shingaku-Shidou” in a Public High School in Tohoku Region, Japan

Chiyo Tomita

Ohtsuki city college, Japan



Adapting a German Test Instrument to Assess Instructional Skills of Economics Teachers in the USA

Christiane Kuhn1, Stephen Day2, Hannes Saas1, Jan-Peter Krstev1, Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia1

1: Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany; 2: Virginia Commonwealth University, USA



TEACHERS’ COMPETENCE FRAMEWORK: A MODEL Polish Expert Group for Describing Teachers’ Competencies

Liliana Budkowska, Paweł Poszytek

Foundation for the Development of the Education System, Poland

PA65: An International Perspective on Displaced People, Culture and Education Research
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Prof. Chee Hye Lee, Hannam University
 

School as Life Security for Migrant Filipino Children and Mothers: For Integration of Education and Welfare

Tori Homma

Graduate School of Kyoto University, Japan



Acculturation of immigrant and refugee families in Japan from the perspective of their parental beliefs

Yuki Nagae, Fumiko Takahashi

University of Tokyo, Japan



Reconceptualizing refugee education from the perspective of teachers: A case study in the refugee camp on the Thailand-Myanmar border

Subin Sarah Yeo

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



How are Immigrant Parents Involved in Children's Education? : The Paradox of Educational Attitudes and Behaviors among Filipino Parents in Japan

Misako Nukaga

University of Tokyo, Japan

PA66: Global methods for encouraging literacy through learning
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Dr. Joerg Zender, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences
 

Carving out a gay space in Khmer classical dance : Contrary to traditional art forms or trajectory of gender pluralism?

Saori Hagai

Ritsumeikan University, Japan



"We Love Reading But...": Factors That Affect Nigerian Children's Engagement With Reading For Pleasure

Isang Ubong Awah

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Arts Integration and socially empowered learning: A Case Study from Northland, New Zealand.

Barbara Helen Snook1, Brittany Harker Martin2, Ralph McKay Buck1

1: University of Auckland, New Zealand; 2: University of Calgary



Borderlands in Education: Experiences of Persons with Disabilities along the Thai-Myanmar border regions

Michelle Proyer1, Siriparn Sriwanyong2, Tamala Boonyakarn3

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand; 3: Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand

PA67: Worldwide Teaching Practices, Beliefs, and Conceptions About Learning
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Prof. Minho Yeom, Chonnam National University
 

How do Students’ Implicit Beliefs about Learning Reflect Their Cultural Values and predict their Academic Achievement?

Junfeng Zhang, Elina Kuusisto, Kirsi Tirri

University of Helsinki, Finland



Students’ and teachers’ conceptions of learning and preferences for teaching in Danish upper secondary schools

Ane Sundstrup Qvortrup

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



When active learning fails: How higher education instructors’ conceptions of teaching inform their instructional practices and influence student outcomes

Stanley M. Lo1, Marilyne Stains2, Jordan Harshman3

1: University of California San Diego, United States of America; 2: University of Nebraska Lincoln, United States of America; 3: Auburn University, United States of America



Should we interpret the teaching practices in the same way in the United Kingdom, Japan and Turkey? A Measurement Invariance Approach

Nurullah Eryilmaz

University of Bath, United Kingdom

PA68: An International Take on a Student-Centered Teaching Methods
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Sunny Xinchun Niu, Fudan University
 

“Allowing All Children to be Seen, Heard, Felt: Participatory Drama Action Research for a Democratic Classroom”: A Case Study from Cyprus

Christoforos Mamas1, Lambri Trisokka2, Irene Erifily Vladimirou2

1: University of California, San Diego, United States of America; 2: Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus



What should education be like? Fostering awareness and practice of intrinsic nature of self

Tomohiro Akiyama1,2,3,4

1: Sophia University, Japan; 2: Kobe Institute of Computing, Japan; 3: Tokyo City University, Japan; 4: The University of Tokyo, Japan



Moses’ Five-Step Approach as a Student-centered Scaffolding Framework to Teach Diverse Learners

Ruth Ahn

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, United States of America



Using role-play to elicit child voice in the Social Drama Model for children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Carmel O'Sullivan1, Elaine Clotworthy1,2

1: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 2: Marino Institute of Education, Dublin, Ireland

PA69: Grouping for learning internationally
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Akito Okada, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
 

Reexamining the significance of Ueda’s ideas in “Karte” and “Seating Chart” : A comparison with the framework of formative assessment

Qi Baili

Kyoto University, Japan



Finding the Gap: a Study on the Use of Social Network Sites for Educational Purposes

Laura Camas, Aida Valero, Mireia Vendrell i Morancho

Complutense University of Madrid, Spain



Differentiation in a Standardised World: Primary school teachers’ experiences differentiating instruction under a standards-based system

Kathleen Quin Voss

University of London, UK



Assessing Integrated Oral Group Discussion from Multiple Perspectives

Choo Mui Cheong1, Xinhua Zhu2

1: The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

PA70: Global Perspectives on Enabling Spaces for Early Childhood Development
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Dr. Abha Gupta, Old Dominion University
 

Creating Play-based Inquiry Experiences that Support Preschoolers’ Coding and Computational Thinking: Comparative Perspectives from Australia and the United States

Ilene Ruth Berson1, Michael Jay Berson1, Karen Murcia2, Eloah Ramalho Caldas3, Victoria Damjanovic3

1: University of South Florida, United States of America; 2: Curtin University, Australia; 3: USF Preschool for Creative Learning, United States of America



A Study on the Development of Critical Thinking Disposition Measurement Tool for 5-year-old Children

Seon-Young Park1, Hae-Ik Hwang2

1: BK21 Plus researcher, Department of early childhood education, Pusan national university, Republic of Korea; 2: Corresponding Author, Professor, Department of early childhood education, Pusan national university, Republic of Korea



Rethinking the relaxation of young children in Childcare Institutions

Hee-jin Kim1, Hye-young Jung2

1: Brain Korea 21 PLUS in Pusan national university, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Assistant Professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PA71: Social Aspects of Early Childhood Education World Wide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Paulina Korsnakova, IEA
 

A qualitative study on herder parents’ support and living environment for school readiness in Mongolia

Javzandulam Batsaikhan

Hiroshima University, Japan



Children's mobility, sustainable learning and social justice

Dipane Joseph Hlalele, Nontokozo Mashiya

University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa



Meanings of gender equity and equality: Narratives of male foundation phase teachers in Mpumalanga, South Africa

Vusi Jan Msiza

University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa



Exploring the educational effects of “Thomas and Friends” on the non-cognitive skills for children in Japan

Yuki Morijiri1, Naoya Oda2, Kenichi Masaki1, Ryosuke Minamiura1

1: Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan; 2: Tokyo Gakugei University Children Institute for the Future, Japan

PA72: Global Perspectives on Health Promotion in Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Apasara Chinwonno, Chulalongkorn University
 

Reconsideration of the notion of health promotion for citizens

Ikuko Tsumura

Tokyo University of Foregin Studies, Japan



The Availability of Pediatric Dental Care in California: A GIS Approach

Christopher Salem Ozuna, Michael Gottfried

UCSB, United States of America



Caring in Nursing Education: A Integrative Review

Maryam Salehian, Abbas Heidary, Hossein Karimi MoonaghI, Nahid Aghebati

Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran

PO02-01: Poster 02-01
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Gender difference in Global Citizenship

Yerim Kim, Hyewon Chung, Soyoung Park

Chungnam National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Introducing a Truth-Making Heuristic in Science Education

Stephen DeMeo

Hunter College, United States of America



Administrative Revolution and Innovation Starting from Community Engagement: An Interweaving Higher Education Administration Innovation Model

Han-Yu Wu, Ching-Li Yang, Yu-Pei Tsai, Ying-Yao Cheng

National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan



Culturally Responsive Pedagogies: Mathematics resources to support teachers of young people in youth detention in Australia

Grace Sarra, Bronwyn Ewing, Chelsey Priddle

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

PO02-02: Poster 02-02
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Challenges for Equity and Social Justice in Ethical and Moral Education: Analysis from a Japanese Perspective of the Reform from Confessional Education to Citizenship Education in Germany

Kana Hamatani

Osaka Shoin Women's University, Japan



Hybridization of National Educational Systems as a Factor for Increasing the Competitiveness of Higher Education

Vasiliy Senashenko, Amina Makarova

RUDN University, Russian Federation



In Search for the Factors of Improving Student Learning Achievements: the case of Lithuania

Rasa Nedzinskaite-Maciuniene, Agne Brandisauskiene, Jurate Cesnaviciene, Ramute Bruzgeleviciene

Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania



Participation in disciplinary and pedagogical training activities: A qualitative approach in Chilean university teachers

Cristhian Perez-Villalobos1, Giulietta Vaccarezza-Garrido2, Cesar Aguilar-Aguilar3, Horacio Salgado-Fernández2, Olga Matus-Betancourt1, Nancy Bastias-Vega1

1: Universidad de Concepcion, Chile; 2: Universidad San Sebastian, Chile; 3: Enfoque Émico, Chile

PO02-03: Poster 02-03
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Structure of the quality evaluation over Early Childhood Education and Care(ECEC) in the Netherlands

Sayaka Fukuda

raduate School of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, Japan



The characteristics and Issues of the Localization of Curriculum : Focusing on Organization and Implementation Guidelines by Provincial Level in South Korea.

Ryumi Choi1, Daehyun Kim2

1: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



The Mediating Effects of Planned Happenstance between Organizational Commitment and Occupational Wellbeing in Korean workers

Su Ryeon Kim, Soon Hwa Yoo, A Young Lyu

Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



The time series analysis of teaching profession and its equity in Rep. of Korea from a gender perspective

Hyekyung Park, Hwanbo Park, Seongkyeong Jeong

Chungnam national university, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PO02-04: Poster 02-04
Location: Central Building 3F
 

What Do Teachers Tell and Ask of Parents in Daily Life? Analysis of Classroom Newsletters in Elementary School

Manami Yamaguchi

Osaka University, Japan



“Gender Disparities in World Education: Overcoming the Barriers through hackerspaces experiences”

Lara Alouan

PARIS SACLAY, France



A longitudinal study on morality of junior high school students: targeting behavioral standards

Aya Fujisawa

Kamakura Women's University, Japan



A Review of Makoto Tsumori’s Philosophy Seen in the Context of Current ECEC Research

Ryutaro Nishi

Notre Dame Seishin University, Japan

PO02-05: Poster 02-05
Location: Central Building 3F
 

An Analysis of the Actual Conditions and Issues on Teacher Education in Uzbekistan

Muyassar Burkhonjonovna Ahmadjonova, Soo Jung Park

Chungnam National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Analysis of National Achievement Survey Data Using an Alternative Indicator to Socioeconomic Status: The Case of Osaka City

Koichi Suwa, Yusaku Maeba

Osaka University, Japan



Comparative Study of Teacher Educators’ Beliefs on English Grammar Teaching in Non-English Majoring Classes: Cases of Myanmar and Cambodia

Vutheavy Chim1, Mi Toe Toe Aung2

1: Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan; 2: Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan



Divergence and Matching of Human Capital in China’s Private Higher Education: Exploring the Impact on Local Labor Market and Regional Development

Cao Lei

Hiroshima University, Japan

PO02-06: Poster 02-06
Location: Central Building 3F
 

How do successful future teachers adopt social networking in their education?

Valeriya Stepashkina1, Almira Garifullina2

1: Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation; 2: Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation



Perceived Procedural Justice of preschool and primary school children

Ausra Daugirdiene

Vytautas Magnus university, Lithuania



Qualitative Comparisons of Disciplinary Literacies: Based on the Interview Data from Psychology and Education Disciplines

Shunsuke Omori

Kyoto University/ Japan, Japan



"In the Shoes of an Algorithm": Towards a Global Media Education Initiative Focusing on Recommendation Algorithms

Jerry Jacques, Jérémy Grosman, Anne-Sophie Collard

Research Center in Information, Law and Society (CRIDS), Namur Digital Institute (NaDI), University of Namur, Belgium

PO02-07: Poster 02-07
Location: Central Building 3F
 

Studying the Effects of Teacher Efficacy on Novice Teachers’ Professional Development

Ye Wang

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



The role of self- views and moral intensity in morally courageous decision making of elementary school principals in Taiwan

Feng-I Feng, Chin- Haw Liu

Chi Nan University, Taiwan



True Gender Equal Education

Miko Niikawa1, Motoko Matsui2

1: Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo; 2: The United Grduate School of Education Tokyo Gakugei University, Tokyo



Improving pre-service teachers’ foundational knowledge in education using an adaptive digital flashcard

Yuhan Liu, Kenzen Chen

National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

PO02-08: Poster 02-08
Location: Central Building 4F
 

Japanese Sewing Education Reforms of the 1910s through the 1930s: Focusing on the Practice of Fusing Life and Art at Jiyu Gakuen

Mei Kiyoshige

The University of Tokyo, Japan



Multimodal, Global Meaning-Making: (Re)Considering Print-Based Challenges to Create Access and Opportunity for Online Learners

Christi Edge

Northern Michigan University, United States of America



An Action Research on Imaging the Future of a Community in Decline for Enhancing Social Care of the Eighth Graders

Chun An Hsieh1, Wei Wen LIN2

1: An-Le Junior High School; 2: National Taipei Univerity of Education, Taiwan



education theory of H,Arendt -the role of a teacher in the view of 'the social'

Rantaro Katayama

Tokyo university, Japan

PO02-09: Poster 02-09
Location: Central Building 4F
 

The call center agents perception of trade offs between labor productivity and employment

Luz Palaguittu Banes, Caroline Spencer Romero

Universidad de Manila, Philippines



The impact of girl’s cultures on future study careers in Czech Republic and Japan: The factor of girls’ avoidance from natural science and technology

Mizue Ishikura

Ishikawa Prefectural University, Japan



A Comparative Analysis of Teachers' Continuous Professional Development: with a focus on TALIS 2013

Shigekazu Yoshida1, Tomoko Higurashi2, Akiko Kamogawa3, Hironori Nagashima4

1: Niigata University of Health and Welfare, Japan; 2: Mejiro University, Japan; 3: University of Yamanashi, Japan; 4: Waseda University, Japan



A holistic systems approach to include indigenous knowledge systems in sustainability teaching and learning.

Schalk Raath1, Seishiro Sakita2

1: North West University, South Africa; 2: Japan Society for Promotion of Science

PO02-10: Poster 02-10
Location: Central Building 4F
 

A multi-generational learning project: drama creation in a university class

Reina Mori

Teikyo University, Japan



A need analysis of language teachers’ professional support in teaching informational texts: A multiple case study

Hsiaofeng Tsai

National Academy for Educational Research



A Study about Cumulative Advantage and Disadvantage of Students' Educational Expectation Inequality: Analysis with Panel Data

Hiroki Nakanishi

Waseda University, Japan



A Study of Multidimensional Assessment on the Impact of Short-Term Study Abroad Program

Hatsuko Yoshikubo, Soichiro Aihara, Masahiko Tachibana

Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan

PO02-11: Poster 02-11
Location: Central Building 4F
 

Increasingly Commercialized International Educational Development –The cultural impact on human development of Japanese tutoring companies in Indonesia

Takamichi Asakura

Hitotsubashi University, Japan



Junior high school students’ motivation to learn and the instruction that (sometimes) supports it

Luke Fryer1, Quint Oga-Baldwin2

1: The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong; 2: Waseda University, Japan



MAKING HIGHER EDUCATION LEARNING PROCESS EASIER: THE ROLE OF ACTIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES

Carlos Alexandre Felício Brito1, Márcia Zendron Campos2

1: Municipal University of São Caetano do Sul (USCS), Brazil; 2: Paulista University (UNIP)



Professional Development among Universities of Education in Japan: Building Capacity in SoTL Activities

Keiko Aramaki1,2, Makoto Shimoda2, Hatsuo Mitsuishi2, Keiji Matsuda2, Kota Mochizuki2,3

1: Teikyo University, Japan; 2: Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan; 3: Kanagawa University, Japan

PO02-12: Poster 02-12
Location: Central Building 4F
 

Rethinking "Beginning" and "the Web of Relationships" in Hannah Arendt: For the New Relationship between Democracy and Education

Hiromu Higuchi

The University of Tokyo, Japan



Teaching and Nurturing Leadership Skills for Gifted Adolescents

Seon-Young Lee, Jinwoo Kim, Hyesung Park, Soyoung Kim, Jina Park

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



The Asia Foundation’s Influence on the Japanese Institute of Democratic Education during the Cold War

Mai Isoyama

The University of Tokyo, Japan

PO02-13: Poster 02-13
Location: Central Building 4F
 

To counterbalance training oriented foreign language education: What do creativity and aesthetic distance look like?

Haruko Sannomiya1,2

1: Daito Bunka University, Japan; 2: University of Tokyo



Using digital learning platform to improve self-learning ability for disadvantaged students: An action research

Chia-Ling Wang, Chun-Ling Wang

Institute of Education, National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan



Why Do People Agree or Disagree to Inclusive Education? -Quantitative Text Analysis of Comments to Web News-

Shun Ito

Osaka Univeristy, Japan



The power struggle: Parent perceptions of special education team dynamics

Belkis Denise Choiseul-Praslin

University of Oklahoma, United States of America

SY20: Pedagogies of Hope within Climates of Hopelessness: Educating “(im)migrant” Communities for New Democracies in the Americas
Location: Central Building 401
 

Pedagogies of Hope within Climates of Hopelessness: Educating “(im)migrant” Communities for New Democracies in the Americas.

Chair(s): Luz Murillo (Texas State University, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Patrick H. Smith (Texas State University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

“Se tiene que enseñar en dos idiomas”: Latinx Immigrant Parents’ Ideas about Bilingualism

Kiyomi Sanchez-Suzuki Colegrove
Texas State University

 

Broken Promises: Prison-based Education and the Re-articulation of Social and Labor Hierarchies

Jim Sosnowski1, Patrick H Smith2
1University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 2Texas State University

 

Do They Have Schools in Guatemala? Contesting Educational Injustices against Guatemalan Indigenous Immigrants in The United States

Luz A. Murillo
Texas State University

 

We’re Specials: Bilingual School Libraries as Sites of Monolingual Hegemonies and Multiliterate Hopes

Patrick H. Smith
Texas State University

SY21: The End of Juvenile Incarceration: Towards a Healing-Centered “Reparations” for Cross-Cultural Youth
Location: Central Building 402
 

The End of Juvenile Incarceration: Towards a Healing-Centered “Reparations” for Cross-Cultural Youth

Chair(s): Theodore Benjamin Miller (Office of the Mayor, City and County of San Francisco, United States of America), Sheryl Evans Davis (Human Rights Commission)

Discussant(s): Malik S. Henfield (University of San Francisco), Samuel Vaughn (Dillard University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Between HOPE and Hunters Point: From Empty Promises to "Reparations"

Theodore Benjamin Miller1, Carolina Reid2, Mark Joseph3
1Office of the Mayor, City and County of San Francisco, United States of America, 2University of California, Berkeley, 3Case Western Reserve University

 

A Seat at the Table: Trauma-Transformed through the Eyes of Residents

Theodore Miller, Marquez Gray
Office of the Mayor, City and County of San Francisco, United States of America

 

Opportunities for All: Pathways to Economic Equity for Marginalized Youth

Sheryl Evans Davis1, Malik S. Henfield2
1Human Rights Commission, 2University of San Francisco

SY22: Using an International Lens to Understand Teachers’ Awareness, Preparation and Teaching Strategies When Instructing Linguistically Diverse Learners
Location: Central Building 403
 

Using an International Lens to Understand Teachers’ Awareness, Preparation and Teaching Strategies When Instructing Linguistically Diverse Learners

Chair(s): Dorothy Feola (William Paterson University, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Dorothy Feola (William Paterson University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

US survey of teachers’ instructional strategies with linguistically diverse learners

Geraldine Mongillo, Carrie Hong
William Paterson University

 

The language and strategies used by Israeli Arab teachers with linguistically diverse learners

Vered Vaknin-Nusbaum1, Randa Abbas2
1Western Galilee College and University of Haifa, 2The Academic Arab College for Education and Western Galilee College

 

Teachers’ instructional strategies for facilitating learning in linguistically diverse

Margaret Funke Omidire
University of Pretoria

 

South Korean teachers’ preparation and instructional strategies for linguistically diverse learners

Jinsook Won
Seoul National University of Education

SY23: Changing the Culture: Teacher Preparation and Development in Enacting Education for Equity and Social Justice
Location: Central Building 404
 

Changing the Culture: Teacher Preparation and Development in Enacting Education for Equity and Social Justice

Chair(s): Soo Bin Jang (St. Mary's College of Maryland, United States of America), Wei Liao (Beijing Normal University)

Discussant(s): Soo Bin Jang (St. Mary's College of Maryland)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How to prepare equity-minded teacher educators? A video-cued ethnographic study in China

Wei Liao
Beijing Normal University

 

Innovative schools and democratic citizenship education in South Korea: analysis of narratives of teacher-researchers participated in innovative school movement

Soonjung Kwon
Seoul Education Research & Information Institute

 

“It is important… but”: A case study of Japanese social studies preservice teachers struggling for teaching controversial issues

Jongsung Kim, Hiromi Kawaguchi
Hiroshima University

 

Empowering the U.S. Preservice Teachers with Critical Pedagogy and Multicultural Children and Young Adults’ Literature: Phenomenological Study

Soo Bin Jang
St. Mary's College of Maryland

2:45pm
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4:15pm
IS11: Invitational Symposium 11: The Worldwide Use of Administrative and Other Forms of Big Data For Evidence-based Policy Making
Location: Central Building 301
 

The Worldwide Use of Administrative and Other Forms of Big Data For Evidence-based Policy Making

Chair(s): Felice Levine (American Educational Research Association)

Discussant(s): Felice Levine (American Educational Research Association)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Presentation 1

Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

 

Presentation 2

Carolyn Herrington
Florida State University

 

Presentation 3

Mustafa Yunus Eryaman
Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey

IS12: Invitational Symposium 12: Modern Studies of Education in Russia: global trends and local contexts
Location: Central Building 302
 

Modern Studies of Education in Russia: global trends and local contexts

Chair(s): Sergey Kosaretsky (National Research University Higher School of Economics)

Discussant(s): Sergey Kosaretsky (National Research University Higher School of Economics)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Modernization of teacher education in Russia

Viktor Bolotov1, Arcady Margolis2, Aydah Kalimullin3, Aleksander Fedorov4, Minin Nizhny Novgorod5, Maria Safronova2
1National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, 3Kazan Federal University, 4Kozma, 5State Pedagogical University

 

Teacher training in the University: new values

Igor Remorenko, Igor Shiyan
Moscow City Teacher Training University

 

Social inequality in Education: The case of Russia

A. Zakharov1, M. Pinskaya2, T. Khavenson1, S. Kosaretsky1
1National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2National Research University of Higher School of Economics

 

Additional Education for children in Russia: Path Dependence versus challenges for the future

S. Kosaretsky1, B. Kupriyanov2, A. Popov3
1National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2Moscow City University, 3The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

IS19: Invitational Symposium 19: The International Civic and Citizenship Education Study
Location: Central Building 403
 

The International Civic and Citizenship Education Study

Chair(s): Paulina Korsnakova (IEA, Slovak Republic), Andrea Nettem (IEA, the Netherlands)

Discussant(s): Naomi Kagawa (Shimane University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Studying Citizenship Education: How and Why?

Andrea Netten
IEA, the Netherlands

 

Exploring the Evolution of ICCS Content

Jan-Phillipp Wagner
IEA, the Netherlands

 

The change of attitudes on racial and ethnic equality in Korean youth: from ICCS 2009 to ICCS 2016

Tae-Jun Kim
KEDI, Republic of Korea

 

The role of regional modules in ICCS

Julian Fraillon
ACER, Australia

 

Education for sustainable development and Global Citizenship Education in ICCS

Paulina Korsnakova
IEA, Slovakia

PA73: Equity and Social Justice in Higher Education from a Global Perspective
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Tejendra Pherali, University College London
 

Seeking Equity and Social Justice: A College Attainment Program For the Youth and by the Youth

Susan Rae Warren, Nazanin Zargarpour, Min Hsuan Chen

Claremont Graduate University, United States of America



Social Justice: The Tertiary Education Students' Perspectives

Leticia Vicente Marquez

Universidad De Manila, Philippines

PA74: International Experiences in Higher Education
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Thomas David Brotherhood, University of Oxford
 

Student-migrants in the UK and Japan: Narrative accounts of trajectories the education-migration nexus

Thomas David Brotherhood

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



Developing intercultural perspectives from short-term study exchanges among Japanese university students

Gareth James Humphreys

Sojo University, Japan



Preliminary findings on the meaning of international experience for the career development of early-career researchers: A collaborative autoethnographic approach

Yusuke Sakurai1, Sae Shimauchi2, Shingo Hanada3, Yuki Amaki4, Yukiko Shimmi5

1: Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan; 2: Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, Japan; 3: Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan; 4: Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan; 5: Tohoku University, Tokyo, Japan. (Equal contribution)

PA75: Global Cross-cultural discourses
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Dr. Noriko Hasegawa, Aichi Institute of Technology
 

The Process of Improving Schools in the Perspective of Cultural Transition

Betty Toussia-Cohen

Achva Academic College, Israel, Israel



Negotiating professional learning in a cross-cultural school improvement context

Thilo Govender, John Williams

Curtin University, New Zealand



Sarajevo as an area of cross-cultural learning. Case study.

Justyna Pilarska

University of Wroclaw, Poland

PA76: International Research on Minorities in Higher Education
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Prof. Chie Nakajima, Kyoto Bunkyo University
 

HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT OF SAUDI WOMEN: THE ROLE OF THE KING ABDULLAH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (KASP)

Lama Husain Al Assaf

Howard University, United States of America



Indigenous students in higher education: an international study on their sociodemographic and educational conditions

Gabriel Hervas, Isaac Calduch, Jordi Méndez, Juan Llanes, Alejandra Montané

University of Barcelona, Spain



In&Out. Inclusion at risk? Push and pull-out in lower secondary schools in Italy and Norway

Heidrun Demo1, Hege Merete Somby2, Kari Nes2, Sofia Dal Zovo1, Anna Frizzarin1

1: Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; 2: Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

PA77: Research on Higher Education from Different International Perspectives
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Katherine Cumings Mansfield, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
 

Do Bachelor’s Degree Holders Have Higher Problem-Solving Skills than High School Graduates? Comparison of PIAAC Results in Greece, Japan, and South Korea

Shinji Katsumoto

The University of Iowa, United States of America



Education for democratic citizenship: Is there any role for higher education?

Pavel Zgaga

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



How do American Elite Colleges and Universities Select Freshmen? A Multiple-Logics Function Model

Ruoling Zheng, Yuan Wan

Xiamen University, China, People's Republic of

PA78: International Research on the History and Philosophy of Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Wei-Cheng Mau, Wichita State University
 

The Transformation of Educational Research in Modern Japan: Focusing on the Efforts to Advance Progressive Education Reform

Chie Enza, Miho Hashimoto

Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan



Totalitarianism, Democracy and Education; A Comparison of “On the Origins of Totalitarianism” with Contemporary Self Help/Educational Texts

Benjamin Ross Garrido

Chungnam National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Equity and Social Justice in Education: International Organizations, Democracy, and the ongoing challenge of Inclusive Education, 1990-2015

John Daniel Allison

Nipissing University, Canada



A Study on the Educational Meaning of Scott Nearing's Idea.

Minyoung Jung, Younghwan Kim

Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PA79: Worldwide Perspectives on Literacy and Language Development for Learning
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Prof. Martin Valcke, Ghent University
 

Literacy Teacher Preparation for Diversity and Equity

Apasara Chinwonno

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand



Learning Social Justice and Environmental Stewardship within Problem-based Learning Projects

Suzanna So Har Wong, Mijung Kim, Qingna Jin

University of Alberta, Canada



A New Framework for Transnational Education: Findings from a Systematic Literature Review

Leslie Ann Gautsch, Maxie Gluckman, Megan Hopkins

University of California, San Diego, United States of America



Opting Out of Services: How Often and in Which School Settings Do Parents of English Learners Waive Language Development Programs?

Madeline Mavrogordato1, Julie Harris2

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: SRI International

PA80: International Perspectives on Leadership and Management
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Huili Hong, TOWSON UNIVERSITY
 

Distinctive Leadership in the Institutionalisation of GCE: A Comparative Study of Singapore and Australia’s Practices.

Suraiya Hameed

University of Queensland, Australia



Collective competence in educational leadership contexts

Takumi Yada, Aini-Kristiina Jäppinen

University of Jyväskylä, Finland



Teacher Leadership for Learning: An Exploratory Study Comparing Hong Kong and Turkish Primary School Teachers' Perspectives

Sally Wai-Yan WAN1, Ruhan Karadag2

1: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China); 2: Adiyaman University, Turkey

PA81: Principal Leadership on a Global Perspective
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Zhenlin Wang, The Education University of Hong Kong
 

What types of leadership matter for aspiring and beginning principals?

Shun Wing NG

University of Saint Joseph, Macau, Macau S.A.R. (China)



The role of the principal in school improvement towards quality education for all in low socio economic context

Jan Heystek

North-West University, South Africa



Principals’ perspectives of challenges and opportunities regarding leading schools in rural context

Sekitla Daniel Makhasane

University of the Free State, South Africa



Cultures of inquiry: a cross case study into how principals in English Primary schools create evidence-informed professional learning.

Ruth Luzmore

University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

SY24: Ethical Academia? Universities’ challenges between global competitiveness, social responsibility, and persisting inequalities
Location: Central Building 401
 

Ethical Academia? Universities’ challenges between global competitiveness, social responsibility, and persisting inequalities

Chair(s): Susanne Maria Weber (Philipps-Universität Marburg), Julia Elven (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)

Discussant(s): Susanne Maria Weber (Philipps-Universität Marburg)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Ethics of Gender Equality and Diversity in Academia – a “terra incognita”? A case study into the persistence of Alma Mater´s inequalities

Rosemary Deem
Royal Holloway University of London

 

The ethics of time in doctoral education

Jörg Schwarz
Helmut-Schmidt-Universität/Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg

 

Rationalities of social responsibility in academia. Crosslines of ethical discourses in the (German) March for Science

Julia Elven
Philipps-Universität Marburg

 

What is a university for? Universities’ Challenges between Expansion and Conservation as a Question of Ethics

Ruyu Hung
National Chiayi University Taiwan

SY25: Are Multi-School Organisations Effective? : Comparative Studies of Multi-Academy Trusts in the United Kingdom and Networking of Schools and Communities in Japan
Location: Central Building 402
 

Are Multi-School Organisations Effective? : Comparative Studies of Multi-Academy Trusts in the United Kingdom and Networking of Schools and Communities in Japan

Chair(s): Saiko Sadahiro (Chiba University), Yasuki Ohno (Shiga University)

Discussant(s): Karen Edge (Institute of Education, University College London)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Context and Issues of Educational Management in the UK and Japan : Leadership and Innovation in Multi-school Organisation

Hiroshi Sato
University of Tsukuba

 

Self-Improving School System and Multi-School Organization in the UK: Focusing on Multi-Academy Trust and Teaching Schools

Midori Ueda
National Institute for Educational Policy Research

 

Complicated Multi-School Oraganisation Model in Japan: Why and How Networking Schools and Communities are not Effective?

Kaori Suetomi
Nihon University

 

Leadership of Principal in Multi-School Organisation in Japan

Maho Tanaka
Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare

 

Effectiveness of Multi-School Organisations in Japan: Focusing on Networking of Schools and Communities of “Non-competitive Principle” in Rural City

Yuda Hirofumi
University of Miyazaki

SY27: Shifting Boundaries of Education and the Rise of Private Supplementary Tutoring—International and Comparative Perspectives (Double symposium - PART 1)
Location: Central Building 404
 

Shifting Boundaries of Education and the Rise of Private Supplementary Tutoring—International and Comparative Perspectives (Double symposium - PART 1)

Chair(s): Stina Hallsén (Uppsala University, Sweden), Kampei Hayashi (Shinshu University)

Discussant(s): LIU Junyan (East China Normal University), Tatiana Mikhaylova (University of Gävle and Uppsala University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

State Responses to the Rise of Private Supplementary Tutoring: A Comparative Analysis of Regulations and their Implications

Mark Bray
East China Normal University

 

Market Responses to State Regulations on Shadow Education: Chinese Experiences and Implications for Public-Private Partnerships

Zhang Wei
East China Normal University

 

Policy Enactment at the Boundary of Public Education in Sweden; the rise of Private Supplementary Education and a changed Political Discourse

Stina Hallsén
Uppsala universitet

 

Public Role of Private Education Services in Japan

Megumi Honjo1, Reiko Hayashi Nakata2
1Kanazawa University, 2Uppsala University

 
4:30pm
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6:00pm
PA82: Teacher Leadership in Worldwide Education
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Bronwyn Ewing, Queensland University of Technology
 

Personal identity and leadership: Learning from Deputy Principals’ lived experiences

Sibonelo Blose

University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa



Leadership of Curriculum Change: Hong Kong Teachers’ Experiences

Eunice Wai-Po WAN1, Sally Wai-Yan WAN2

1: The University of Nottingham (UK); 2: The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)



Investigating a principal’s curriculum leadership that contributes to school innovation: A case study on the project of implementing self-regulated learning in a secondary school in Taiwan

Chia-Hui Lin1, Chang-Hua Chen2

1: National Taiwan Normal University; 2: National Academy for Educational Research

PA83: Global Designs for Leadership Development
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Dr. Simon Adjei Tachie, University of the Free State
 

Knowledge Management for Enhancing School Strategic Planning Capacity: Examining the SECI Knowledge Creation Model in School Context

Eric C. K. Cheng

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Context Driven Development - Making the Leadership Journey Meaningful

Thanesha Rajoo

University of Witwatersrand, South Africa



Developing Professional Learning Designs in the Pacific

Erin D'Amelio, Max Altman

REL Pacific at McREL International, United States of America



Developing Data Analytics in K-12 education as a tool for promoting Equity and social justice worldwide

Manoli Pifarré1, Andreea Cujba1, Sibel Kazak2, Taro Fujita3

1: Universitat de LLeida, Spain; 2: Pamukkale University, Turkey; 3: University of Exeter, United Kigdom

PA84: Inclusive Education and Inequality across the Globe
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Prof. Michael Frank Gebel, University of Bamberg
 

Perspectives in Inclusive Education: How does building relationship in regular classrooms work with paraprofessionals?

Yoshi Yamakawa

Osaka University, Japan



Teachers’ Perspectives on Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities: Empirical study in primary schools in Beijing

Fangkun Shi

Waseda University, Japan



The Role of Private Tutoring in Educational Inequality: Evidence from 28 Cities of Mainland China

Jiali LI

Shanghai Normal University, China, People's Republic of

PA85: Global Perspectives on STEM Research
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Dr. Krystal Williams, University of Alabama
 

Gender Equity in STEM Learning Experiences and Parental Involvement: Predicting STEM interests of Taiwan and American High School Students

Wei-Cheng Mau1, Shr-Jya Chen2, Jiaqi Li3, Yun-Hwa Mau4

1: Wichita State University, United States of America; 2: Tunghai University, Taiwan; 3: Wichita State University, United States of America; 4: Wichita Public School, United States of America



Math Identity and Future STEM Major Choice: A Role Strain and Adaptation Perspective of Black Students’ Trajectories

Krystal Williams1, John Kuykendall2

1: University of Alabama, United States of America; 2: University of Indianapolis



A Comparative Study of SAM and ADDIE Instructional Models in Simulating Teaching and Learning of STEM Subjects in Ghana

Clement Ayarebilla Ali, Sakina Acquah, Kweku Esia-Donkoh

University of Education, Winneba, Ghana

PA86: International Research on Science and Math Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Lorine Erika Saito, Pacific Academy
 

Comparison of the modern mathematics movement in the U.S.A. and in Japan: focusing on the new theories of instruction of school mathematics.

Hirotaka Aida

Tokai University, Japan



Developing a Framework for Analyzing an Intended Mathematics Curriculum from a Sociocultural Perspective

Satoshi Kusaka

Hiroshima University, Japan



Comparing Science Learning Outcomes from New South Wales & Singapore using Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy and Semantic Theory

YewJin Lee1, Hye-Eun Chu2, GeokXing Ang1, Anabelle Aw1

1: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2: Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia



Educational Science

Thembelihle Mtshali, Ugorji Iheanachor Ogbonnaya, David Sekao

University of Pretoria, South Africa

PA87: International Perspective on Assessment to Predict Academic Progress and Performance
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Meenakshi Ingole, University of Delhi
 

Identifying Factors Predicting Academic Resilience at Individual and School Levels in Sweden

Kajsa Yang Hansen1, Stefan Johansson2, Cecilia Thorsen1

1: University West, Sweden; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden



What has been missed in Global Developments of Formative Assessment: Reconsidering the Theory of D. Royce Sadler

Tomohiro Ishida

KYOTO UNIVERSITY, Japan



Factors Influencing Incompletion of Primary School in Malawi: Focusing on Grade Repetition, Transfer and Dropout

Kyoko Taniguchi

Nagoya University, Japan

PA88: Global Research on Integrative Assessment Methods
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Dr. Kazuyuki Nomura, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 

Feasibility and Usability of the We-Write Intervention in 4th Grade Classrooms

Kausalai Wijekumar, Debra McKeown, Julie Owens, Karen Harris, Steve Graham

Texas A&M University, United States of America



Interest Analytics and Metrics for Measurement in Games

Harold F. O'Neil, Eva L. Baker

CRESST/USC, United States of America



Development and Validation of a Scale for Assessing Smartphone Dependency

Wing Leong Ng, Hui-Fang Chen

City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA89: Global Perspectives on Higher Education Research
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Josephine Ng, RMIT University
 

Teachers’ learning and instructional improvement in higher education through lesson study: a multiple case study in Spain

Gabriel Hervas

University of Barcelona, Spain



A Comparative Study on Teacher Identity of Student Teachers between China and South Africa ----based on FIRE Project Survey

Xue Xia

Northeast Normal University, China, People's Republic of



The Factors of Student Attrition in High Participation Systems of Higher Education: a case of Russia

Igor Chirikov2,1, Evgeniia Shmeleva1, Prashant Loyalka3,1

1: National Research University Higher School of Education, Russian Federation; 2: University of California, Berkeley, USA; 3: Stanford University, Stanford, USA

PA90: Innovation Reform in Education from a global perspective
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. John B Diamond, University of Wisconsin - Madison
 

The effect of Innovative School on engagement of students in class

Mina Je

Busna National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Using the Bourdieuian notion of "Economism" to theorize education policy representations of innovation and creativity.

Andrew Skourdoumbis

Deakin University, Australia



Application and Adoption of Information and Communication Technologies in Education for People with Disabilities in Vietnam

Chau Cao

Waseda University, Japan



Gentrification in a Global Context: Impact and Opportunities for Public Education

Kfir Mordechay

Pepperdine University, United States of America

SY28: Rethinking Learning in East Asia: Manabi and Xue (PESJ&HETS)
Location: Central Building 302
 

Rethinking Learning in East Asia: Manabi and Xue

Chair(s): Morimichi Kato (Sophia University,Japan)

Discussant(s): Gert Biesta (Maynooth University,Ireland), Ruyu Hung (National Chiayi University,Taiwan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Learning from and for one another: An inquiry on symbiotic learning in the Ease-Asian context

Chia-lLng Wang
National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan

 

On learning, knowledge and teaching: themes from R. F. Holland, Confucianism and Wittgenstein

Hektor Yan
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

Manabi as Learning in Japan in East Asia Reconsidered

Masamichi Ueno
Sophia University,Japan

 

The meaning of Nothingness in learning: Remembrance of Philosophy in East Asia

Yasunori Kashiwagi
Chiba Keizai College, Japan

 

What is the voice of Minna in Japanese schooling?

Kayo Fujii
Yokohama National University, Japan

SY29: Inclusive Education – Teacher & Teaching Characteristics
Location: Central Building 401
 

Inclusive Education – Teacher & Teaching Characteristics

Chair(s): Katharina-Theresa Lindner (University of Vienna, Austria)

Discussant(s): Susanne Schwab (University of Vienna, Austria; North-West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Gengakkyu-Hosho - Efforts and Implications for Japan and the World

Harada Takuya1, Hamamoto Nobuhiko2
1Kinjo Gakuin University, 2Kyoto University of Art and Design

 

Inclusive teaching practices – Vision or Reality?

Katharina-Theresa Lindner1, Ghaleb H. Alnahdi2, Sebastian Wahl3, Niklas Hamel3, Susanne Schwab1
1University of Vienna, Austria, 2Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, 3University of Wuppertal

 

Perceptions of Ideal and Typical Teacher Characteristics from Students from Inclusive and Non-Inclusive Classrooms.

Michael Paal1, Anna-Maria Hintz1, Susanne Schwab2
1CvO Universität Oldenburg, 2University of Vienna, Austria; North-West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa

 

The Teacher Empowerment through the Service Learning Mode in Special Needs

Sin Kuen Fung
Education University of Hong Kong

SY31: Organizational Diversity
Location: Central Building 403
 

Organizational Diversity

Chair(s): Susanne Maria Prof. Dr. Weber (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)

Discussant(s): Jörg Dr. Schwarz (Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg, Germany)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Organizational diversity in Service Learning settings – Design principles for sustainable cooperation between University and Civil Society

Karl-Heinz Prof. Dr. Gerholz1, Claudia Prof. Dr. Fahrenwald2
1University of Bamberg, Germany, 2University of Education Upper Austria, Austria

 

The role of diversity in methodologies to foster innovation

Andreas Prof. Dr. Schroeer
University of Trier, Germany

 

Imagining a truly diverse university

Nesta Prof. Dr. Devine
Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

SY32: Shifting Boundaries of Education and the Rise of Private Supplementary Tutoring—International and Comparative Perspectives (Double symposium - PART 2)
Location: Central Building 404
 

Shifting Boundaries of Education and the Rise of Private Supplementary Tutoring—International and Comparative Perspectives (Double symposium - PART 2)

Chair(s): Stina Hallsén (Uppsala University, Sweden), Kampei Hayashi (kampei@shinshu-u.ac.jp)

Discussant(s): Mark Bray (East China Normal University), Zhang Wei (East China Normal University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Seeking Private Supplementary Tutoring as a Strategy of Parentocracy: Understanding the Demand for Private Tutoring of Chinese Parents

LIU Junyan
East China Normal University

 

The Many Faces of Shadow Education – a Nordic Case

Eva Forsberg1, Stina Hallsén (Presenting)1, Marie Karlsson1, Helen Melander Bowden1, Tatiana Mikhaylova2, Johanna Svahn1
1Uppsala University, 2University of Gävle and Uppsala University

 

Exporting Public Education: ‘Domestic Public’ Becomes ‘Overseas Private’

Kampei Hayashi
Shinshu University

 

The formation of policy on private supplementary tutoring in post-Soviet Russia

Tatiana Mikhaylova
University of Gävle and Uppsala University

     
Date: Thursday, 08/Aug/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
IS14: Invitational Symposium 14: What is changing in the classroom internationally?: Measuring innovation for improvement
Location: Central Building 301
 

What is changing in the classroom internationally?: Measuring innovation for improvement

Chair(s): A. Lin Goodwin (University of Hong Kong)

Discussant(s): A. Lin Goodwin (University of Hong Kong)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Paper 1

Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

 

Paper 2

Jack Buckley
Imbellus and AIR

 

Paper 3

Ee-Ling LOW
Teacher Education, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

Paper 4

Richard Franz
Ontario Ministry of Education

PA100: International Perspectives on Curriculum Reform
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Soon Fen Wong, National University of Singapore
 

The creation of a national curriculum in Brazil across Dilma Rousseff’s government, Michel Temer’s coup and Jair Bolsonaro’s election

Tiago Cortinaz

UFRGS, Brazil



Features and functions of International Baccalaureate programs in Poland. A case study of 9 International Baccalaureate schools

Joanna Leek

University of Lodz, Poland



Reflective Practice Records as a Tool for Curriculum Design and Analysis, Co-Inquiry, and Professional Development: Cases of Philippines and Japan

Pauline Anne Therese Mangulabnan, Takuo Nishimura

Nara Women's University, Japan



A programme evaluation of Parallel Curriculum Model implementation in a Singapore secondary school.

Yian Hoon Lim, Winifred Peiqi Ong, Joon Kiat Lee, Seok Lay Ho, Wei Yang Han, Paul Ng, Adrian Zhiwei Yao, Claire Liu, Weiliang Ng, Xiaona Cai

Catholic High School, Singapore

PA91: Social Context of Learning across the Globe
Location: Central Building 404
Chair: Dr. Harold F. O'Neil, CRESST/USC
 

Counselor preparedness in addressing the counseling needs of gifted learners in schools.

Nyuiemedi Agordzo Edoh-Torgah

UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, WINNEBA, GHANA, Ghana



Analysis of Democratic Schooling in the United States from Deweyan Perspectives: Implications for Japan

Naoshi Kira

Toyo University, Japan



Constructing differences in classroom teaching in inclusive schools in Bangkok and Vienna - group allocation, achievement, and disability

Simon Reisenbauer1, Tamala Boonyakarn2, Siriparn Sriwanyong2

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand



A Cross-case Analysis of Service-Learning as an Adaptable Pedagogy of Citizenship Education at the Tertiary Level

Chong Xiao

Lingnan University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA92: International perspectives on linguistic diversity
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Jing Liu, Tohoku Univeristy
 

Incorporating L1 and multiple languages in EFL Classes in East Asian Countries

Linfeng Wang

University of Fukui, Japan



Reduction of socio-economic diversity through standardisation of language: reflections and challenges

Kevin Norley

Bedford College, United Kingdom

PA93: Pathways to School leadership development across the globe
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Dr. Ansari Munnazza Afreen, Jamia Mohammediya Education Society
 

School Turnaround Through Network Governance: A Case Study of Shanghai, China

Yuan Tao

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



The Principal Supervisor Initiative: Changing Cultures and Changing Roles of Principal Supervision in Large Urban Districts

Ellen Goldring

Vanderbilt University, United States of America



Gender Diversity in Principal Instructional Leadership: A Systematic Review on Gender-related PIMRS Doctoral Studies

Dong Yu Dora LI

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA94: Educational Support Through International Lenses
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Dr. Laura B. Perry, Murdoch University
 

Does Prioritizing College Counseling Positively Influence Student Academic Achievement?

Richard Ezra Hall

Vanderbilt University, United States of America



Extracurricular Tutoring as an Educational Investment Strategy of German, Turkish and Vietnamese Families in Germany: On Reasons and Influencing Factors.

Trang Schwenke-Lam

Universität Hamburg, Germany



Investigating the Effect of Peer Tutoring Interventions on Students’ Social and Academic Outcomes

Merve Budun

Florida State University, United States of America



Special Needs Assessment Procedures and Realizing Equity: A Contradiction?

Vanessa Macchia1, Michaela Vogt2

1: Free University of Bolzano-Bozen, Italy; 2: Universität Bielefeld, Germany

PA95: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Diversity from an international view
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Dr. Sean Delaney, Marino Institute of Education
 

A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Engineering Workplaces in the United States and India

Rachel Miller Korn1, Roberta M Rincon2, Joan Chalmers Williams1

1: Center for WorkLife Law, UC Hastings College of the Law, United States of America; 2: Society of Women Engineers



STEM PROGRAMS AND INTERVENTIONS AS A TOOL FOR REDUCING SOCIAL, GENDER AND FAMILY RELATED INEQUALITIES IN EDUCATION

Josip Burušić1, Marija Šakić Velić1, Mirta Blažev1, Predrag Pale2, Dubravka Glasnović Gracin3

1: Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences, Croatia; 2: University of Zagreb; 3: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Teacher Education



Developing a Framework to Analyse Differentiated Instruction in Mathematics from Two Contrasting Cultural Perspectives

Sean Delaney

Marino Institute of Education, Ireland



“Gender Disparities in World Education: Overcoming the Barriers through hackerspaces experiences”

Lara Alouan

PARIS SACLAY, France

PA96: Worldwide Positions on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Teaching and Learning
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Beate Winkler Nguyen, Archdiocese of Los Angeles/St. Augustine School
 

Examining the Trends in Student Science Achievement at the Content and Cognitive Domain Level

Sungmin Moon

University of Washington Seattle, United States of America



Utilizing UMI technologies in transdisciplinary STEM teaching – Finnish experiences in a European longitudinal study

Aleksi Markkanen, Jarkko Lampiselkä, Perttu Ervelius, Ari Myllyviita

University of Helsinki, Finland



New approaches in the research on mathematics trails with technology

Joerg Zender1, Adi Nur Cahyono2, Iwan Gurjanow3, Matthias Ludwig3

1: RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 2: Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES), Indonesia; 3: Goethe University Frankfurt



Changes in Teachers’ STEM Conceptions in School-STEM Professionals Collaboration

Winnie Wing Mui So, QianWen He, Yu Chen

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

PA97: Scientific inquiry, concepts and construction worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Prof. Carmel O'Sullivan, Trinity College Dublin
 

The misconceptions of biology teacher's biological evolution and its influence on students' conceptual construction

Ji Shuang

zhejiang normal university, China, People's Republic of



The Biology Teachers’ Understanding of Scientific Argumentation and Its Influence on Their Classroom Discourse: From the Perspective of Argumentation

Zhu Xiao Yin

Zhejiang Normal University, China, People's Republic of



TEACHER CHALLENGES IN ARTICULATING NOT KNOWING IN THE PROBLEM-SOLVING PROCESS

Mourat Tchoshanov1, Kevin Fierro1, Gulshat Shakirova2

1: University of Texas at El Paso, United States of America; 2: Kazan Federal University, Russia



Scientific inquiry at elementary levels: A comparison of curriculum and teaching from mainland China and Singapore

YewJin Lee1, Dongsheng Wan2

1: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 2: Jiangsu Second Normal University, Nanjing, China

PA98: Worldwide trends from PISA results
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Dr. Sachi Ninomiya-Lim, Tokai University
 

Scientific Literacy in Brazil and Japan through PISA’s Results

Andriele Ferreira Muri Leite1, Alicia Maria Catalano de Bonamino2, Tufi Machado Soares3

1: Federal University of Rondonia, Brazil; 2: Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 3: Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil



Neglecting social inequality and well-being: Media representations of PISA test score comparisons in the US, Australia, and England

Cynthia I. Gerstl-Pepin

University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States of America



The rural-urban gap in academic performance in China: evidence from PISA 2015

Yuan Teng

The University of Hong Kong, China, People's Republic of



An Association Model for Identifying Student Characteristics Predicting Science Performance Using PISA 2015 Australian Indices

Yui Oki

IBM, Japan

PA99: Worldwide lens on Multiculturalism and Ethnicity in Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Patrick Henry Smith, Texas State University
 

CULTURAL CAPITAL IN THE CONTEXT OF MULTICULTURALISM (TURKEY CASE)

E. Özlem Yiğit

Abant İzzet Baysal University, Turkey



Friendship Networks and Multicultural Family Background Students’ Perceptions of Achievement

Jihyun Kim1, Moosung Lee2

1: Lehigh University, United States of America; 2: University of Canberra, Australia



Rigid Boundaries and Muted Differences: Japanese Youth’s Engagement with Ethnicity at School

Yuko Kawashima

Osaka Seikei University, Japan

SY33: Gender and Transnational Perspectives in the History of Education
Location: Central Building 302
 

Gender and Transnational Perspectives in the History of Education

Chair(s): Akira Iwashita (Department of Education, Aoyama Gakuin University,Tokyo,Japan)

Discussant(s): Takayuki Sato (School of Education, Waseda University,Tokyo,Japan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Transnationalism and Gender: New Research Trends in the History of Japanese Education

Setsuko Kagawa
Nishikyushu University, Saga, Japan

 

Gender and Transnational Perspectives in the History of Education: Theoretical Frameworks and Research Methods

Joyce Goodman
University of Winchester, UK

 

Umeko Tsuda and Her Travels in the United States and England Right Before Founding Tsuda College

Yuko Takahashi
Tsuda University,Tokyo, Japan

 

The British Impact on Women’s Education in Japan: A case study of Sumi Ōe and Tokyo Kasei Gakuin

Sayaka Nakagomi
Center for the Global Liberal Arts Program, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan

 

Perspectives on the entangled history of New Education Movement: Elizabeth Hughes, Tetsu Yasui and Harriet Finlay-Johnson

Yoko Yamasaki
Fukuyama Heisei University, Hiroshima, Japan

SY34: Inclusive Education and Positive Classroom Environments
Location: Central Building 401
 

Inclusive Education and Positive Classroom Environments

Chair(s): Susanne Schwab (University of Vienna, Austria; North-West University, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa)

Discussant(s): Katharina-Theresa Lindner (University of Vienna, Austria)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

A practical study on universal design of lesson and learning leader at elementary school.

Kanako Korenaga
University of Kochi

 

Exploring the Social Participation of Students Identified as Having Special Educational Needs in the US, Cyprus and Switzerland

Christoforos Mamas1, Lambri Trisokka2, Giovanna Schaelli3, Alan J. Daly1
1University of California, 2Independent Researcher, Cyprus, 3University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

 

Adapting, Implementing and Evaluating School-Wide Positive Behavior Support to Establish a Positive Learning Environment in Inclusive Schools in Germany

Michael Paal, Anna-Maria Hintz
CvO University of Oldenburg

 

The support of career planning for SEN students in mainstreaming schools

Sin Kuen Fung
The Education University of Hong Kong

SY35: “It's not my fault!” – Exploring multiple causal factors for educational and societal dropout in Asia and Europe
Location: Central Building 402
 

“It`s not my fault!” – Exploring multiple causal factors for educational and societal dropout in Asia and Europe

Chair(s): Marlena Dorniak (University and Laboratory School of Bielefeld, Germany)

Discussant(s): Umeda Maki (Research Institute of Nursing Care for People and Community, University of Hyogo, Japan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

‘Early school leaving’ in Germany - New perspectives through participatory research

Marlena Dorniak
University and Laboratory School of Bielefeld, Germany

 

Marginalisation and Co-created Education Project

Kaz Stuart
University of Cumbria, UK

 

Breakthroughs happen when you realize that you are not alone - A social community intervention for Hikikomori

Roseline Yong
Akita University, Department of Public Health, Japan

SY36: Equity in Higher Education: Stories from China, Japan, Africa, and the U.S.A.
Location: Central Building 403
 

Equity in Higher Education: Stories from China, Japan, Africa, and the U.S.A.

Chair(s): William Crawley (University of West Florida, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Francis Godwyll (University of West Florida)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Non-cognitive competencies for university graduates: Euro-Japan comparative analysis

Yukari Matsuzuka
Hitotsubashi University

 

Non-cognitive abilities and education opportunities of Chinese women in college

Ying Yang1, Sunny Xinchun Niu2, Fei Yang2, Pingping Hu2
1Fudan University, 2same

 

Faculty Cultural Awareness and Pedagogy Training: Equity in the Global Classroom

Guofang Wan1, Rashmi Sharma1, Ellen Yeh2
1University of West Florida, 2Columbia College

 

Brain Drain in Africa: A Phenomenon to Content, Embrace or Reconceptualize?

Francis Godwyll
University of West Florida

 
10:45am
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12:15pm
IS15: Invitational Symposium 15: European Educational Research: Diversities, Context and Challenges Ahead
Location: Central Building 301
 

European Educational Research: Diversities, Context and Challenges Ahead

Chair(s): Joanna Madalińska-Michalak (University of Warsaw / Polish Educational Research Association)

Discussant(s): Joanna Madalińska-Michalak (University of Warsaw / Polish Educational Research Association)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

What does it mean to be ‘European’? Introducing the European Educational Research Association

Joe O’Hara
Dublin City University

 

The Role of International, Regional and National Associations in Improving Standards and Quality of Educational Research

Milosh Raykov
University of Malta

 

Research and Educational Policy in Spain

Gonzalo Jover
Universidad Complutense

 

Research in Scottish Education: recent developments, the role of SERA and its relationship with EERA

George Head
University of Glasgow

 

Educational Research in Poland and its Developments: the role of PERA and its relationship with EERA

Joanna Madalińska-Michalak
University of Warsaw

PA101: International views on Educational Reform and Policy across systems
Location: Central Building 404
Chair: Mugiho Maeda, University of Tokyo
 

Democracy in the Educational Policy and Practice in all 28 European Union Member States

Wiel Veugelers

University of Humanistic Studies Utrecht, Netherlands, The



Centralization and decentralization of teacher hiring practices in Japan: An analysis of the policy formation process (1990s–2010s)

Mugiho Maeda

University of Tokyo, Japan



Democratic challenge in education: permanency and quality in high schools in Manaus

Fabiane Maia Garcia, GRACIMEIRE DE CASTRO TORRES

Universidade Federal do Amazonas - UFAM, Brazil



Reproducing Social Inequality at School Level: Mechanisms of the Connection between School Socio-Economic Composition and Students’ Academic Performance

Yuliya Dmitrievna Kersha, Tatiana Evgenievna Khavenson

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

PA102: Female Voices in Education from a Global Stance
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Prof. Gail E Joseph, University of Washington
 

Emotions of Citizenship: What citizenship represents to girls with a (self-defined) Muslim and Turkish background in Germany

Pinar Burcu Guner

Bielefeld University, Germany



Does What You Study Matter? Comparison of Career Aspirations Between Female Students in Arts and Science Streams in the UAE’s Higher Educational Institutions

Woohyang Chloe Sim1, Brian Jaewon Chung2

1: Waseda Univeristy, Japan; 2: Yale University, US



Important Factors for female STEM Education

Yasunobu Kino1, Yuki Norifusa2, Chika Fujiwara3, Tsukasa Sato4, Hiroshi Osamura5, Aya Kaneko6

1: University of Tsukuba, Japan; 2: Hokkaido Noboribetsu Akebi Secondary School; 3: Hyogo Prefectural Hokusetsu Sanda Senior High School; 4: Hyogo Prefectural Itami Senior High School; 5: Fukuoka Futaba Senior High School; 6: Aichi Prefectural Meiwa High School



Re-imaginations in Women Education By Increasing motivation in society

Daryoush Madani

Daugavpils university, Latvia Dpt of UNESCO

PA103: Articulation of Justice across the Globe
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Prof. Dario Ianes, Free University of Bolzano
 

Traversing the Transformative Justice Terrain in the U.S. and New Zealand

Maisha Tulivu Winn1, Lawrence Tavares Winn1, Helen Bowen2, Rawiri Pene2

1: UC Davis, United States of America; 2: Ministry of Justice, Auckland New Zealand



The Conflict between Punish and Protection in Education for Juvenile Delinquency

Shunsuke Takada

Toyo University, Japan



Research on Mono State Template (MST)

Daisuke Nojima

Kwansei Gakuin Senri International School, Japan

PA104: Global Citizenship in Education through international lenses
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Prof. Josef Strasser, University of Koblenz-Landau
 

Towards an Ethical Global Citizenship Education Curriculum Framework in the Modern University

Emiliano Bosio

University College London - Institute of Education, UK / Yokohama City University, Japan



The Official Discourse of Social Justice in Citizenship Education: A Comparison between Japan and China

Sicong Chen

Kyushu University, Japan

PA105: International Views on Social Emotional Learning and Well-being
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Dr. Francis Godwyll, University of West Florida
 

Social Inequalities: Wellbeing of adolescents and family in Germany and Japan

Jutta Ecarius1, Dorothee M. Meister2

1: University of Cologne, Germany; 2: University of Paderborn, Germany



Emotional Capital Training, Education for a Better World: Realizing Equity and Social Justice Worldwide

Benedicte Gendron

Lirdef- Université paul-valéry Montpellier 3, France



Social and emotional learning in a classroom: A cross-national study of language arts and literacy teachers’ perceptions and practices

Dae-Seok Kim1, Carrie Eunyoung Hong2

1: Kongju National University, South Korea; 2: William Paterson University, United States of America



Characteristics of teachers effective in social and emotional learning

Heejin Park

Korean Educational Development Institute, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PA106: International Perspectives on Higher Education on Access and Equality
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Keiko Kuji-Shikatani, Ontario Ministry of Education
 

How does the inequality of access to higher education occur in Japan? : Primary effects and secondary effects of social class and its trend through educational expansion

Kohei Toyonaga

The University of Tokyo, Japan



College Now...or Later: Measuring the Effects of Dual Enrollment on Postsecondary Access and Success

Tolani Britton, Birundah Chellieh, Millie Symns, Vandeen Campbell

University of California Berkeley, United States of America



The Mongolian principle of merit in examination and selection: Historical functional transition of Olympiad

Suuri Galbadrakh

Nagoya University, Japan



Re-access to higher education for the refugees: a comparative analysis from Turkey and Austria

Seyda Subasi, Michelle Proyer, Tatjana Atanasoska

University of Vienna, Austria

PA107: Worldwide Perspective o the Personal Social Context and Wellbeing
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Martin Stynes, Dublin City University
 

Enhancing students' attitude towards statistics as a tool for building an egalitarian society

Manoli Pifarré, Andreea Cujba

Universitat de Lleida, Spain



Future of Democracy in the Indian classrooms through Design Thinking

Meenakshi Ingole, Pradeep Kumar Misra

Department of Education,University of Delhi, India



Cross-culture validation of the Mental Retardation Attitude Inventory-Revised (MRAI-R) scale

Ghaleb Alnahdi

Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia



Variables Affecting the School Adaptation of Secondary-school Students Who Do Not Seek Help: Attachment, Coping Style, Positivity, and Prospects

Kyoko Amai

University of Tokyo, Japan

PA108: Philosophy of Education Research from International Perspectives
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Prof. TK Kuramoto, Aichi-University of Education
 

Trading Spaces: Antiblackness and Reflections on the Future of Black Education

Chezare A. Warren1, Justin A. Coles2

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: Fordham University, United States of America



Ethnic minorities in China under Japanese occupation: The Muslim campaign and education under the North China and Mongol Military Governments

Atsuko Shimbo

Waseda University, Japan



A Study on the Principle of Peace Education: Focusing on Immanuel Kant’s Theory of Peace and War

Hiroshi Suzuki

Yamaguchi University, Japan

PA109: Global view on Pedagogy, Instruction and Knowledge in Higher Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Catherine Millett, Educational Testing Service
 

The Power of Relationships: Learning from a University-Community Partnership Model in a Southeast Asian Residential College

Kankana Mukhopadhyay, Sue Chang-Koh, Jordan, Wei Guan Tang

National University of Singapore, Singapore



“Discipline for the Mind” in Modern American Universities: Daniel C. Gilman and the Curriculum of Johns Hopkins University

Yoshihiro Hara

Hirosaki Gakuin University, Japan



A Cross-national Study of Direct and Indirect Competency Assessment of German and Japanese University Students: Comparison of Disciplinary Knowledge Tests and Students’ Self-reports

Reiko Yamada1, Yuji Shirakawa2, Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia3, Carla Marie Kuhling-Thees3

1: Doshisha university; 2: Chiba university; 3: Johannes Gutenberg university Mainz



The Battles for General Education in Higher Education in China —by Case Study of a National University in Shanghai—

Tong Yang

Southeast University (China), China, People's Republic of

PA110: Worldwide Perspectives on Adult Education Research
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Prof. Qiong Li, Beijing Normal University
 

Estimating the potential effect of education on variation in adult skills using the PIAAC

Jin Lee

University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United States of America



The Effect of Correctional Education on Ex-offenders’ Employment: A Global phenomenon

Ntombizanele Gloria Vandala

690 RUBENSTEIN DRIVE, UNIT 27, MORELETA PARK, South Africa



Question to the Strategy of International Movements for Adult Education during the past 20 years

Yoko Arai

Hosei University, Japan

SY37: How high school students cultivate their agency and transformative competencies based on the joint international project-based curriculum and professional learning communities
Location: Central Building 302
 

How high school students cultivate their agency and transformative competencies based on the joint international project-based curriculum and professional learning communities

Chair(s): Yuu Kimura (University of Fukui, Japan), Kiyomi Akita (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

Discussant(s): Andy Hargreaves (Boston College, U.S.A), TAN Oon Seng (National Institute of Education, Singapore)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How high school students cultivate their agency through inquiry-based and project-based learning

Yasuyuki Kosaka
Wakasa Senior High School, Japan

 

Inquiry into the mechanism of forming transformative competencies of high school students who learn within the joint international project-based curriculum based on analysis of their learning portfolios

Kaori Kanematsu, Yasuyuki Kosaka
Wakasa Senior High School, Japan

 

Professional Learning Communities drive curriculum innovation: Longitudinal action research on the school organization of Wakasa Senior High School

Hisanobu Watanabe1, Yuu Kimura2
1Wakasa Senior High School, Japan, 2University of Fukui, Japan

SY38: Teacher education in (trans)formation : The conflict between quality assurance and quantitative demand : comparative study among US, Russia, Japan and Germany
Location: Central Building 401
 

Teacher education in (trans)formation : The conflict between quality assurance and quantitative demand : comparative study among US, Russia, Japan and Germany

Chair(s): Kenji Maehara (Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan), Axel Gehrmann (Technical University of Dresden)

Discussant(s): Kenji Maehara (Tokyo Gakugei University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Post-Pisa Reforms of Teacher Education in Germany – Standard Setting and Quality Improvement Within the Federal States

Axel Gehrmann
Technical University of Dresden

 

The Rise of Online Learning in the U.S. – Implications for Teacher Professional Status and Professional Development

Gerald LeTendre
Penn State College of Education

 

Transformation of Teacher Education in Russia: Searching for New Educational Models

Aydar Kalimullin
Kazan Federal University

 

Qualities and Abilities Required of Teachers in Japan

Takanobu Watanabe
Kobe University

SY39: The role of justice and equity in education: New Knowledges, Pedagogies, and Pathways in an Everchanging World
Location: Central Building 402
 

The role of justice and equity in education: New Knowledges, Pedagogies, and Pathways in an Everchanging World

Chair(s): Edward Curammeng (California State University Dominguez Hills, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Yesenia Fernandez (California State University Dominguez Hills, United States of America)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Widening Justice Perspectives and Pedagogy: Ethnic Studies and Filipina/o American Teachers’ Praxis

Edward Curammeng
California State University Dominguez Hills, United States of America

 

Democratizing Science Learning Environments for Underserved Populations: Creating Democratic Learning Environments

Melissa A. Navarro Martell
California State University Dominguez Hills, United States of America

 

Restorative Justice & the Possibilities of Radical Healing

Elexia Reyes McGovern1, Juan Carlos Lugo2
1California State University Dominguez Hills, United States of America, 2University of California, Los Angeles,United States of America

 

Social Networking Technology and the Social Justice Implications of Equitable Outcomes for First-Generation College Students

Yesenia Fernandez
California State University Dominguez Hills, United States of America

SY40: Peace・Education・Culture-Ideas of Education in “Age of Globe”
Location: Central Building 403
 

Peace・Education・Culture-Ideas of Education in “Age of Globe”

Chair(s): Masako Nakamura (Obirin University)

Discussant(s): Kunitomo Miyamori (Gakushuin University), Masako Nakamura (Obirin University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Wish for peace and the education in postwar Japan

Yasumasa Shinohara1, Kunitomo Miyamori2
1retiring from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, 2Gakushuin University

 

" Democratization of Culture” in education- through a comparison between French and Japanese systems

Fumi Mizusaki1, Hideki Shimoji2, Akira Ota3
1Jyoshi eiyo University, 2Rikkyo University, 3Tamagawa University

 

Toward the Global Peace Charter based on the idea of Japanese Peace Constitution

Teruhisa Horio
professor emeritus of Tokyo University

 
1:00pm
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2:30pm
IS16: Invitational Symposium 16: Towards New Narratives of Democracy and Education: Challenges and Possibilities in the Asia-Pacific
Location: Central Building 301
 

Towards New Narratives of Democracy and Education: Challenges and Possibilities in the Asia-Pacific

Chair(s): Moon Suk HONG (Kyung Hee University)

Discussant(s): Sheng Yao Cheng (National Chung Cheng University), Keita Takayama (Kyoto University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Ethical Challenges in a Globally Interconnected World: Implications for Education in the Asia-Pacific

Fazal RIZVI
University of Melbourne

 

‘Forgotten’ Democracy, Elites and Higher Education in Southeast Asia: Critical Democratic Perspectives

Moon Suk HONG
Kyung Hee University

 

Education Reforms in the Two Koreas: Re-thinking Ideology, Nationalism and Education and the Implications for East Asia

Sun KIM
Korean Education Development Institute

 

Development as Education for Social Justice: Implications for East Asian ‘Donor’ Countries?

Sung Sang YOO
Seoul National University

PA111: International lenses on ethics and morality in teaching and learning
Location: Central Building 404
Chair: Prof. Huan Song, Beijing Normal University
 

Factors influencing exam cheating: a case study on Cambodian students

Mitsuko Maeda

Osaka Jogakuin University, Japan



Professor role in students’ plagiarism: An Examination of Real Tasks as Compared to the Perceived Ideal Tasks in six different countries

Debora Gottardello

University Rovira and Virgily, Spain



Deconstructing “Ethnicity” Discourses: A comparative analysis of North and South Korean Elementary Moral Education Textbooks

Soo Bin Jang

St. Mary's College of Maryland, United States of America



What Makes Professional Learning Communities to Sustain? - A Comparative Study of Lesson Study Communities in Japan and Indonesia-

Kanako N. Kusanagi

The University of Tokyo, Japan

PA112: Student and learning: Linguistics Across The Globe
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Damanjit Sandhu, PUNJABI UNIVERSITY PATIALA
 

The effects of multicultural experiences and thinking styles on creativity of college students

Ahrong Baek, Jongho Shin, Seon-Young Lee

Seoul national university, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Ensuring Equitable Education for Immigrant Students from “English-Speaking” Caribbean Countries

Kari-Lee Grant

Uniondale Union Free School District, Queens College - City University of New York (CUNY)



Reading Efficiency in Proficient and Non-Proficient Students: A Comparison Across Five English-Speaking Countries.

Alexandra N. Spichtig, Jeffrey Paul Pascoe, John D. Ferrara

Reading Plus, United States of America



A Systemic Functional Linguistic Analysis of Science Textbooks from Singapore

NURFATIN BINTE AZNI, SI MIN CELYNN LEE, KHAY YI SARAH TAN, LayHoon Seah, YewJin Lee

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

PA113: Teacher and teaching: Multilingualism Across The Globe
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Dr. Barbara Gross, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
 

Student Teachers’ Perception of Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in Schools: A Comparative Analysis of two German-Speaking European Regions

Barbara Gross1, Tatjana Atanasoska2, Lisa Otto3

1: Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; 2: Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany; 3: Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany



The Potential Uses of the Oral Proficiency Interview-Based Methodology in Teaching the Foreign Language Communicative Abilities

Khishigdelger Batjantsan

National University of Mongolia, Mongolia



Caught In-Between: Teaching English in a Study-Abroad Experience

Yukari Takimoto Amos

Central Washington University, United States of America

PA114: Worldwide lenses on Transnational Discourses
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Dr. Nazanin Zargarpour, Claremont Evaluation Center
 

Comparative analysis of immigration processes in Canada and Germany: empirical results from a mixed methods study

Silvia Annen

University of Toronto (OISE), Canada



Democracy Education without a National Framework? Challenges and Competencies for a Transnational Democracy Education – Focus: European Union

Britta Breser

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria, KPH Graz, netPOL



Chosunjok Students’ Creation of Belongingness in South Korea

Yeonghwi Ryu

Teachers College Columbia University, United States of America

PA115: Worldwide Ideas on Values and Spirituality in Education
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Dr. Susan Rae Warren, Claremont Graduate University
 

The second-generation Muslims in Japan: How important religious identity is for them?

Marina Tomuro

Univerisity of Tokyo, Japan



The impact of religious engagement on Hong Kong and Taiwanese secondary students’ attitudes towards Good citizens.

Hin Wah Chris Cheung

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



A chance for discontinuity: Biographical perspectives of deprivileged positioned parents on education

Lalitha Chamakalayil1, Oxana Ivanova Chessex2, Bruno Leutwyler3, Wiebke Scharathow4

1: University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland; 2: University of Teacher Education Zug, Switzerland; 3: University of Teacher Education Zurich, Switzerland; 4: University of Education Freiburg, Germany

PA116: Teacher Dispositions at the Centre of Teaching and Learning acros the Globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Dr. Rosa Bellacicco, UNIVERSITY OF BOZEN- ITALY
 

BECOM-IN: becoming a teacher with a disability. A systematic review

Rosa Bellacicco1, Marisa Pavone2, Heidrun Demo1

1: Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; 2: University of Torino, Italy



The role of consciousness during the construction of the general competencies of the human beings

Juliana Costa, Maribel Barreto

Instituto Superior de Educação Ocidemnte - ISEO



Toward a Demystification of Teachers Disposition Assessment

Huey-li Li

The University of Akron, United States of America



The Effect of Teacher Characteristics on Academic Achievement

Min Jeong Ko

Pusan National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PA117: Internationalisation of Postgraduate Experiences
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Dr. Kimiharu To, Aomori University
 

Dynamism of master’s education in Japanese universities: focusing on the inclusion of international students

Sae Shimauchi1, Yangson Kim2

1: Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; 2: Hiroshima University, Japan



How did cultural differences on education affect the withdrawal decision of Chinese international doctoral students in Canadian universities? A narrative study

Yan Gao

University of Victoria, Canada



Does Employment During Doctoral Training Reduce the Completion Rate?

Saule Bekova

Higher School of economics, Russian Federation



Differentiation of PhD Students' Supervision and Its Effects at Leading Russian Universities

Evgeniy Terentev

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation

PA118: Appraisal of Research Methods in Education Worldwide
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Prof. Akiyoshi Yonezawa, Tohoku University
 

MOOCs and Case Study Methodology from a Global Perspective: WOS and SCOPUS, a Literature Review

Ramón Montes-Rodríguez, Almudena Ocaña-Fernández, Juan Bautista Martínez-Rodríguez

University of Granada, Spain



Testing Cross-Cultural Measurement Invariance: To Approximate or Not to Approximate?

Abeer A. Alamri1, EunSook Kim2

1: National Center for Assessment [NCA], Saudi Arabia; 2: University of South Florida, USA



Effects of Individualized Feedback on Raters’ Rating Inconsistency

Jing Huang

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



A Literature Review of the Effects of Mobile Technology Learning for Students With Special Needs

Yedana Lee

Woosuk University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

PA119: International perspective on parental and family voices in education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Dr. Chen-chen Cheng, National Kaohsiung Normal University
 

Singaporean Malay Mothers' Views on Mandarin Chinese and Additive Trilingualism for Their Children in Preschool

Chen-chen Cheng

National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan



Relationship between parenting style and student engagement in whole-class discussion: A structural equation modelling approach

Meijia Shi

The University of Hong Kong, China, People's Republic of China



Gaps in Parental Support for Children’s Learning and Resources in the Early Grades in Cambodia

Yuriko Kameyama1,2

1: Keio University, Japan; 2: Waseda University, Japan

PA120: Perspectives on Mathematics Achievement across the Globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Prof. Masaaki Yanagida, Aoyama Gakuin University
 

Not divided, although different: A comparison of fourth-graders’ mathematics achievement around the world

Isabelle Chang

Temple University, United States of America



Profiles in mathematics achievement: Lessons from Japanese secondary schools

W. L. Quint Oga-Baldwin1, Luke K. Fryer2

1: Waseda University, Japan; 2: University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong



The Relationship between Mathematical Self-efficacy and Mathematical Achievements of Left-behind Children: The mediating role of teacher-student relationship and mathematics learning anxiety

Changhong Du

Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of



MATHEMATICS ANXIETY: A FRIEND OR A FOE IN GHANAIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Florence Christianah Awoniyi

University of Cape Coast, Ghana

SY41: What is “quality transition”? Examination of transition from early childhood education to primary education from a historical perspective
Location: Central Building 302
 

What is “quality transition”? Examination of transition from early childhood education to primary education from a historical perspective

Chair(s): Mikiko Tabu (Seitoku University Graduate School, Japan), Motoko Ohta (Wako University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Katsumi Yukawa (Sophia University), Fumiko Takada (Shiraume Gakuen University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Early History of the discussion on the transition

Sachiko Asai
University of Tokyo

 

Debates and practices in the 1970's

Motoko Ohta
Wako University

 

A new trend: 1990's and after

Ryoko Kodama
Ochanomizu University

SY42: Japan Comparative Education Society (JCES) Panel on “Challenges and Contributions of Educational Research for Achieving SDG Goal 4”
Location: Central Building 401
 

Japan Comparative Education Society (JCES) Panel on “Challenges and Contributions of Educational Research for Achieving SDG Goal 4”

Chair(s): Kazuo Kuroda (Waseda University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Aki Yonehara (Toyo University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Migration and Displaced People’s Education: Comparative Perspectives

Miki Sugimura
Sophia University

 

Well-being for Sustainable Futures: from Nonformal Education and Individual Learning Opportunity

Hideki Maruyama
Sophia University

 

A Critical Review of ESD in Japan: Beyond the Practice of Pouring New Wine into Old Bottles

Yoshiyuki Nagata
University of the Sacred Heart (SHISF: Sacred Heart Institute for Sustainable Futures)

 

Inclusive Education as a Quality Strategy for Achieving SDGs Goal 4

Kazuo Kuroda
Waseda University

SY43: Externalization and Internalization: Referencing and adaptation of external policies in the Japanese education system
Location: Central Building 402
 

Externalization and Internalization: Referencing and adaptation of external policies in the Japanese education system

Chair(s): Saiko Sadahiro (Chiba University, Japan), Midori Ueda (NIER, Japan), Nozomu Takahashi (Gunma University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Kampei Hayashi (Shinsyu University, Japan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Aim and Analytical Framework of This Symposium

Saiko Sadahiro
Chiba University, Japan

 

National Curriculum Standards: A Change Between External and Political Factors

Manami Honzu
Miyagi University of Education, Japan

 

The Characteristics of Externalization in Teacher Evaluation Policy

Satoshi Takahashi
Saitama University, Japan

 

The Influence of Externalization and Japanese Contexts in the Implementation Process of Educational Policy: School Evaluation and “Community School”

Midori Ueda1, Nozomu Takahashi2
1NIER, Japan, 2Gunma University, Japan

SY44: Opportunities for All: Pathways to Economic Inclusion
Location: Central Building 403
 

Opportunities for All: Pathways to Economic Inclusion

Chair(s): Sheryl Evans Davis (San Francisco Human Rights Commission, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Malik Henfield (University of San Francisco)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Increasing Work-based Learning Opportunities for High School Youth

Sheryl Evans Davis
San Francisco Human Rights Commission

 

Opportunities for All: Voices of Youth

Zina Besirevic, Malik Henfield
University of San Francisco

 

Beyond the Talk:Making Frameworks Real

Tia Martinez1, Sheryl Evans Davis2
1Forward Change Consultants, 2San Francisco Human Rights Commission

 
2:45pm
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4:15pm
IS18: Invitational Symposium 18: Quality in extended education: Quality concepts, approaches to measurement and continuous quality improvement
Location: North Building No.1 Room 301
 

Quality in extended education: quality concepts, approaches to measurement and continuous quality improvement

Chair(s): Marianne Schuepbach (Universität Bamberg, Germany), Gil Noam (Harvard University, USA)

Discussant(s): Ludwig Stecher (University of Giessen, Germany), Sang Hoon Bae (Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Concepts of quality for afterschool programs in Japan

Fuyuko Kanefuji
Bunkyo University, Japan

 

Quality-aspects of all-day schools in Switzerland: What affects academic and socio-emotional skills?

Marianne Schuepbach, Lukas Frei, Wim Nieuwenboom, Benjamin von Allmen
University of Bamberg, Germany

 

Improving STEM Quality and Learning: Research in Extended Education

Gil G. Noam, Patricia J. Allen
Harvard University, USA

PA121: Perspectives on student teachers worldwide
Location: Central Building 405
Chair: Dr. Yusuke Sakurai, Ochanomizu University
 

Student teachers’ self-assessment and perceived social assessment of their future profession in South Tyrol – Italy

Barbara Gross

Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy



A comparative study of the implementation of teaching practicum for primary school teachers in China, Cambodia and Malawi

Liang Wei, Foster Gondwe, Saran Sok

Hiroshima University, Japan



AN INTERACTIVE EFFECT OF ENGLISH INTERVENTION PROGRAMME AND MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION AT SCHOOL OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS ON THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARDS ENGLISH

Ansari Munnazza Afreen

Jamia Mohammadia Education Society, India

PA122: Going beyond the classroom from a global perspective
Location: Central Building 303
Chair: Dr. Shoko Yamada, Nagoya University
 

Promoting Knowledge Constructive Discussion in Mass Open Online Courses: A Role-Assignment Intervention

Hsiaohan Yeh, Kenzen Chen

National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan



The pragmatics and politics of knowledge “transfer”: Immigrant engineers expanding professional practices in Canada

Hongxia Shan

University of British Columbia, Canada



A Hybrid Model of Experiential Learning: A Systematic Exploration of Student-Teacher Co-created Pedagogy in Higher Education

Kankana Mukhopadhyay, Soon Fen Wong, Benson Meng Suan Leom, Shi Yun Lau, Hui Ying Tan

National University of Singapore, Singapore



Teachers’ Work: Exchange of Narratives among Latin-American Teachers

Paula Bello, Maria Paula Carreras

National University of Tucuman, Argentine Republic

PA123: Motivation, grit and resilience in education worldwide
Location: Central Building 507
Chair: Prof. Celeste Y.M. Yuen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 

Longitudinal Relationship among Grit, Behavior Regulation, and Self-determination

Sooyeon Han, Yonghan Park

Chungnam National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Are Academically Resilient Students Grittier Than Non-Resilient Students?

Cecilia Thorsen1, Kajsa Yang Hansen1,2, Stefan Johansson2

1: University West, Sweden; 2: University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Problem-based Learning: A Quasi-experimental study on its impact on secondary students’ motivation and learning strategies

Bee Leng Chua, Youyan Nie, Yen Leng Stefanie Chye, Bee Gek Yvonne Seng

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore



The Relationship between Intrinsic Motivation and Academic Performance among Students Enrolling Basic Entrepreneurship Course

Ida Haryanti Mohd Noor, Habsah Kasim

Universiti Teknologi MARA Negeri Sembilan (Seremban Campus), Malaysia

PA124: A Global View on Assessment and Feedback in Education
Location: Central Building 508
Chair: Kevin Norley, Bedford College
 

Valid Assessment of Higher Education Students’ Economic Knowledge and Understanding Using the Adapted US-American Test of Economic Literacy – Comparing Effects of Prior Education, Native Language, and Gender between Germany and Japan

Jasmin Schlax1, Marie Nagel1, Olga Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia1, Carla Kühling-Thees1, Michio Yamaoka2, Tadayoshi Asano3, Shintaro Abe4, William Walstad5

1: Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany; 2: Waseda University, Japan; 3: Yamamura Gakuen College; 4: Josai International University; 5: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA



A review of practical researches implementing peer-assessment activity for development of students’ capability of self-assessment: focusing on activities for integration of self-assessment and peer-assessment

Takaho Iwata1, Mana Taguchi2

1: Graduate school of Education, Kyoto University, Japan; 2: Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education, Kyoto University, Japan



School textbooks and large-scale assessment results

Mariam Orkodashvili

Georgian American University, Georgia

PA125: Worldwide Research on Education Value for Employment
Location: North Building No.1 Room 402
Chair: Kampei Hayashi, Shinshu University
 

Chinese University Graduates' Reflexivity on Social Networking for First-job Search

Ying Ma

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Career LEAP: A work readiness programme for young unemployed adults facing significant barriers to entering the workplace

Carmel O'Sullivan1, Jennifer Symonds2, Jos Akkermans3

1: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 2: University College Dublin, Ireland; 3: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands



Social selectivity and labor market returns of higher education in the Caucasus and Central Asia

Michael Frank Gebel, Eliza Mandieva

University of Bamberg, Germany



Validation of non-formal and informal learning practices in Turkey from the perspective of employers

Ozlem Unluhisarcikli1, Sinem Atakul2

1: Boğaziçi University, Turkey; 2: Istanbul Medeniyet University, Turkey

PA126: Contexts of leadership across the globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 403
Chair: Linfeng Wang, University of Fukui
 

Teachers’ Expectations About Gifted Students Leadership Talents: Comparisons Among Teachers from South Korea, Australia, and the U.S.

Seon-Young Lee1, Jinwoo Kim1, Soyoung Kim1, Jae Yup Jared Jung2, Michael Matthews3

1: Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2: The University of New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales (Australia); 3: University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina (USA)



Adult brain: The role of reflection in ethical leadership development

Yoshie Tomozumi Nakamura1, Yuan Gu2, Hecheng Jin3, Rehan Reman4

1: George Washington University, United States of America; 2: George Washington University, United Stages of America; 3: Columbia University, United States of America; 4: Columbia University, United States of America

PA127: Accreditation and Internationalisation in Higher Education
Location: North Building No.1 Room 404
Chair: Isabelle Le Mouillour, Federal Institut for Vocational Education and Training
 

International credential and status attainment: Evidence from South Korea

Suehye Kim

Korea University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



How does the Implementation of Ireland’s New Higher Education System Performance Framework Measure Up to the Aims of Performance Agreements Internationally: Lessons Learned and Future Directions?

Seamus O Shea1, Joe O Hara2

1: Institute of Technology Tralee, Ireland; 2: Dublin City University, Ireland



Professional Development toward Internationalization of Higher Education: A Case Study on Policies and Practices in Japan and Vietnam

Thi Ngoc Lien Nguyen, Mayaka Hida

Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan

PA128: Financial landscape in Higher Education across the Globe
Location: North Building No.1 Room 405
Chair: Chiyo Tomita, Ohtsuki city college
 

Financial Characteristics and Tuition Pricing at Private Universities in China

Wei Bao, Huailiang Liang

Graduate School of Education, Institute of Economic of Education, Peking University, People's Republic of China



Financing Higher Education Through Students’ Loans Board Scheme and the Quest for Social Equalities in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case of Tanzania

Samson John Mgaiwa

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Student Loan and the Life-course of the Borrowers: Findings from the JHPS 2nd-generation follow-up survey

Jie Wang2, Hideo Akabayashi2, Masayuki Kobayashi1, Shinpei Sano3

1: the University of Tokyo,Japan; 2: Keio University,Japan; 3: Chiba University,Japan



Government-sponsored scholarship students as agents of national development? Perspectives of Mongolian alumni from graduate schools

Ariunaa Enkhtur

Osaka University, Japan

PA129: Teacher learning in global contexts
Location: North Building No.1 Room 406
Chair: Dr. Udomluk Koolsriroj, Kasetsart University
 

How to deal with early career teachers’ vulnerability?

Sachiko Asai1, Yuko Kaneta2, Yoshiko Kitada3, Yuki Kuroda4, Jiwon Shin5, Kumiko Tamaki6, Kazue Mochizuki7

1: The University of Tokyo, Japan; 2: Miyagi University of Education; 3: Saitama University; 4: Nihon University; 5: Teikyo University Junior College; 6: Ochanomizu University Seinior High School; 7: Japan Women's University



21st century's context for adopting PDCA cycles to Lesson Study

Takashi Nagashima, Masatsugu Murase, Atsushi Tsukui

Azabu Institute of Education, Japan



Comparative Study on Teacher Education Standards: Cases from Thailand, Laos and Japan

Udomluk Koolsriroj1, Athithouthay Chatouphonexay2, Sitthikorn Sumalee1, Mayouly Keophatsada2, Takayoshi Maki3

1: Kasetsart University, Thailand; 2: National University of Laos, Laos; 3: Hiroshima University, Japan

SY45: Institutional Logics for Leadership in an Era of Change – 4 international perspectives
Location: Central Building 302
 

Institutional Logics for Leadership in an Era of Change – 4 international perspectives

Chair(s): Natusyo Seida (Jissen Women's Educational Institute)

Discussant(s): Sarah Woulfin (University of Connecticut)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How school leaders actually use school autonomy

Annemarie Neeleman
Maastricht University

 

Leadership as a responsive act

Livia Anna Julia Roessler
University of Innsbruck

 

Evolved Institutional Culture vs. New Leadership Roles: An Analysis of Principal Leadership in Different School Types in Germany

Esther Dominique Klein, Hanna Bronnert-Härle
University of Duisburg-Essen

 

A Neo-Institutional Perspective on Schools: Ways of Coupling and Decoupling within a Multi-Level Structured and Changing Organization

Barbara Muslic
Free University of Berlin

SY46: Defining and Assessing Disciplinary Learning Outcomes in Higher Education: Exploratory Developments in Engineering, Philosophy, and Dentistry
Location: Central Building 401
 

Defining and Assessing Disciplinary Learning Outcomes in Higher Education: Exploratory Developments in Engineering, Philosophy, and Dentistry

Chair(s): Kayo Matsushita (Kyoto University, Japan), Satoko Fukahori (Kyushu University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Kazuo Kitahara (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Generating Concrete-Level Shared Understandings of Abstract-Level Competences through the Collaborative Development of a Test Item Bank: Based on the Experience of Mechanical Engineers in Japan and Indonesia

Satoko Fukahori1, Yugo Saito2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Niigata University, Japan

 

Developing a “Philosophy Competence Scale” and Measuring Student Learning Outcomes in Philosophy Education at Japanese Universities

Ikko Tanaka1, Kai Hatano2
1J.F. Oberlin University, Japan, 2Osaka Prefecture University, Japan

 

Combining Course- and Program-Level Outcomes Assessments through Pivotal Embedded Performance Assessment (PEPA): Based on the Experience from a Japanese Dental Education Program

Kayo Matsushita1, Kazuhiro Ono2
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Niigata University, Japan

SY47: Challenges in Promoting Lifelong Learning in Globalized World: Critical analysis of Japanese case from comparative perspectives
Location: Central Building 402
 

Challenges in Promoting Lifelong Learning in Globalized World: Critical analysis of Japanese case from comparative perspectives

Chair(s): Takafumi Goda (Shokeigakuin University), Hiroki Sato (Nigata University of Health and Welfare)

Discussant(s): Sergey G. Kosaretsky (National Research University Higher School of Economics)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Development of Lifelong Learning Policy and Governance of Lifelong Learning at National and Local Levels

Yukiko Sawano
University of the Sacred Heart, Tokyo

 

Lifelong Learning in Japan in the Light of European Perspective

Midori Sakaguchi
Meijigakuin University

 

Maverick Tendencies of Lifelong Learning in Japan, in comparison with other countries in Asia

Hideaki Shibuya
Tokyo Gakugei University

SY48: Empirical Research on Impacts of Study Abroad in Developing Countries – Based on Study Abroad Experiences of Academic Professionals of Major Universities in ASEAN countries –
Location: Central Building 403
 

Empirical Research on Impacts of Study Abroad in Developing Countries – Based on Study Abroad Experiences of Academic Professionals of Major Universities in ASEAN countries –

Chair(s): Miki Sugimura (Sophia University, Japan)

Discussant(s): Kazuo Kuroda (Waseda University, Japan), Sae Shimauchi (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Empirical Research on Impacts of Study Abroad in Developing Countries – based on Study Abroad Experiences of Academic Professions of Major Universities in ASEAN Countries -

Nobuko Kayashima
Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan

 

The Personal and Social Impacts of Study Abroad

Sarah Renee Asada
Kyoritsu Women’s University, Japan

 

Preliminary findings of the impacts of study abroad for academic professions in Cambodia

Akemi Ashida
Waseda University, Japan

 

Findings from Data on Study Abroad Destination of Academic Staff of Institute Teknologi Bandung

Naoki Umemiya
Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan

 

Preliminary Findings from the First Field Survey in four countries

Atsushi Tsujimoto
Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan

SY49: Bridging the Gap: Developing and Implementing a Research-to-Practice Database Connecting Researchers, Meta-Analysis, and Practitioners
Location: Central Building 404
 

Bridging the Gap: Developing and Implementing a Research-to-Practice Database Connecting Researchers, Meta-Analysis, and Practitioners

Chair(s): Mx. Amy Semerjian (Boston College, United States of America)

Discussant(s): Cathy Cullicott (Arizona State University)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Introduction: Questions that Schools Face and Where They Get Answers

Todd Twyman
Pacific University

 

What Meta-Analysis Does, What Questions It Answers, and When To Use It

Amy Semerjian
Boston College

 

A Database to Link Researchers and Schools to Meta-Analyses

Amy Semerjian
Boston College

 

Example Linking Researchers, Meta-Analysis, and Schools with Global Considerations

Amy Semerjian1, Todd Twyman2
1Boston College, 2Pacific University

 

Action Research Helps Bridge the Gap Between Academics and Practitioners, Using Evidence from Meta-Analysis

Luke Duesbery
San Diego State University

 
4:30pm
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5:00pm
Closing: Closing Plenary
Location: Central Building 301

 
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