Conference Name: 4th ICRTEL 2019 – International Conference on Research in Teaching, Education & Learning, 09-10 April, London
Conference Dates: 09-10 April 2019
Conference Venue: Canada Water Theatre and Library, 21 Surrey Quays Road, London, UK
Deadline for Abstract/Paper Submissions: 07 April 2019
Contact E-Mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organising Scholarly Association: Teaching & Education Research Association (TERA)
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TERA President: Dr. Brenda B. Corpuz, Dean, College of Education Technological Institute of the Philippines, Philippines
Conference Language: English
Conference Themes: Teaching, Education & Learning
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(Vernacular Session, e.g., European Languages, Arabic, Bahasa, Thai, Chinese, Turkish, Japanese, Russian, will be organised for a minimum of 5 or more participants of a particular language)
(Only english language, full-length, original papers will be considered for publication in conference journals)
Speaker, Educationalist and Writer on Educational & the TLI-Paedagogics, Vienna, Austria
Marion Hopfgartner is a Speaker, Author, Education and Life Transformer and Entrepreneur. Her business career started at the age of 19, after her degree as an educator and preschool teacher – when she led a Day-Care-Institution. Very soon, she moved up the career in Personnel Management working in a social Non-for-Profit Association that had 1400 employees. This was possible by having a fantastic Mentor on her side, who guided her step by step.
Already at the age of 22, she was a Board Member of a Non-for-Profit LLC. As one of the Board Members – she focused on Personnel Management and on Social Projects. At that time, she also started her career as an Adult-Trainer and Speaker – working together with a local Institution in holistic health care.
At the age of 30 – she left these businesses behind and started to work internationally. This Mentor invited her to build up an International Network of Organizations in the field of Alternative Health Care and Training. Together with a team, they developed the training material, training schedules organizational structure, standardizing procedures, they set up operating Boards and trained more than 350 Instructors internationally. For more than 7 years she worked hand in hand to grow these international organizations.
As her Personal Assistant – Marion Hopfgartner also learned all basic needs to establish not only a small business but an International Network of Organizations. Since her Coach died in March 2016 and the different Boards took over the leading function of the individual organizations – she now focuses back on growing her own Companies. In a speed time of 4 months, she got them set for International Work and grew an incredibly successful team.
While working in this network of organizations – she constantly received requests to mentor educational institutions. As consultant and coach, she upgraded many in different areas, restructured their way of operation, but also started to implement modern education in some of these institutions. While she was heavily focused on working with her Coach – she still also established many successes in this area.
Now, together with her team in her Educational Consultancy focus more and more on consulting educational institutions and small businesses all over the world. They also focus on creating meaningful new ways in Training, Teaching and Modern Education.
Her new Companies focus on:
- Upgrade Education (for children and adult learning)
- Upgrade Business Performance (for new-starters, a young entrepreneur and those who want to move their business into the next level of success)
- Upgrade your Level of Health
(Research Assistant and Lecturer, Department of Science Education, Bielefeld, Germany)
Topic: Why collaboration is even more important in times of digitalization
Annika Bush is a research assistant and lecturer at the Bielefeld University in Germany. She studied history, biology and educational sciences and therefore, her research is influenced by many disciplines. She got a scholarship to study at the Universidad de Panama in Panama, and spent much time in North and Latin America, Asia and Australia. Her aim is not only to improve teacher training and higher education but to enhance intercultural communication and learning through international collaborations in every way. Her current research topic is collaboration in e-learning settings.
Profile Link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annika-bush-9784b6142/
Assistant Professor, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland
Dr Malgorzata Wójcik is an assistant professor at SWPS University in Katowice. Before entering the field of research she had been working as a middle school teacher and educator. Her research interests are connected with peer group dynamics, bullying, victimization as well as the effectiveness of school prevention programs. She has implemented the research-based anti-bullying program for students during the transition to middle schools which has proven to be successful in reducing five types of bullying behaviour. She has also conducted Participatory Action Research with university and high school students. Her latest research concentrates on peer group as the main context for understanding and preventing bullying.
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