Conferences

The broadcasts, workshops and conferences organized by the best teachers from all over the world

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Binod Neupane – Nepal
Alternative Learning Facilitation and its challenges during covid-19 in Nepal
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Abdoulkader Aden Elmi – Djibouti
Educational differentiation and adapted pedagogy
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Blessing Onias Munetsi – Zimbabwe
Environmental education through active learning
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Nyashadzashe Chamani – Zimbabwe
Teaching and learning in the Covid-19 Pandemic – The use of social media in Zimbabwe
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Riyaz Aluher – Sri Lanka
Has Information Technology Replaced the role of a good teacher
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Mr. Eyup Yilmaz – Turkey
Internationalization of education and comparing of cultures
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Emna Maazoun Zayani – Tunisia
Approaching Kipling’s “honest serving-men” in the written Corrective Feedback Pedagogy
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Majlinda Alillari – Albania
Introduction to learning styles + Strategies for teaching reading and writing in primary school. Best practices of Albania
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Mr. Castro Francisco Chilaule – Mozambique
English Language Teaching, Reflective Teaching: principles and practices
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Kalidou Njardo – Gambia
Teaching letter sounds
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Medisa Aljukić – Bosnia and Herzegovina
The use of Clubs in schools to motivate students and bring together parents and the whole community in a learning process
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Maarit Rossi – Finland
Math lessons more student centered
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Munira Homidova – Tajikistan
Three dimensions of grammar – form, meaning and use
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Gabriela Elizondo – Mexico
A successful progressive bilingual model in public high schools in Nuevo León, México
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Jacinto Alberto Pequenino – Mozambique
Humanizing education in the classroom
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Ashot Mashurian – Armenia
Education in Armenia
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Seng Chansomaly – Cambodia
Power of authentic relationship
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Gonza Ssensamba – Uganda
Humility and creativity of a teacher to enhance learning outcome
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Richard Hoenyefia Boni – Ghana
Demystifying the Teaching of Science through Reflective and Inquiry Based Learning
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Driton Shala – Kosovo
How technology make life and job easier if it taught correctly
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Kevin S. Daga-as – Philippines
Creating A Culture of Innovation in the Classroom
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Joydip Dey – Bangladesh
Diffusion ICT in Secondary Education in Bangladesh
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Dr María del Carmen del Valle Núñez – Cuba
The use of computer technology as a means of development in children from four to six years old
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Lindita Lohja – Albania
Use of Web 2.0 Tools in Online Lessons
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Irina Pomazanovschi – Moldova, Republic of
10 engaging activities with pictures
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Claudia Machida – Zimbabwe
The impact of ICT in the teaching and improving pass rate in rural areas
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Leila Gholami – United States of America
Oral corrective feedback in second language classes
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Manana Kapetivadze – Georgia
Online Lessons Success Stories
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Evangelia Tigka – Greece
Teaching English to adult male inmates
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Roshnee Rajkomar – Mauritius
A humanistic touch to science teaching
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Moreblessing Nyambara – Zimbabwe
Teaching and learning in preparation for examinations and moving grades under coronavirus pandemic in Zimbabwe
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Dr. Chijioke Jonathan Olelewe – Nigeria
Innovative pedagogy integration in TVET: A case of blended learning approach
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Wali Yawari – Afghanistan
Teaching is to raise motivation and inspire hope
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Tamby Ninha Randrianary – Madagascar
Difference between teaching theories and real life classroom
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Ifeanyi Benedict Ohanu – Nigeria
Current pedagogical approaches and utilization of modern technologies
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Naeem Ali Saleh Hassan Hamla – Yemen
Skill of communication and the introduction of computer programs into the teaching and learning process
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Dr Ahlullah Siddiqui – Saudi Arabia
Interpretive Reading
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Valbona Rustemi – Albania
Diversity isn’t disadvantage but part of our life
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Grace Bertolini – Argentina
Confidence leads to competence…creative activities to strengthen your students' engagement
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Jacques Abel Onya – Cameroon
From GFL learning to work: what socio-professional added value does learning German over the radio achieve in Cameroon?
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Dhurata Myrtollari – Albania
We are on a mission to motivate every student
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Haris Hamzić – Bosnia and Herzegovina
The currency of knowledge
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Galina Dymovskaya – Moldova, Republic of
Formation of social activity of students in modern conditions as an object of education
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Maia Tkemaladze – Georgia
Incorporating PBL and CLIL as well as extracurricular clubs in teaching and learning English in our EFL Curriculum
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Dr. Manjola Zaçellari – Albania
A European approach of teaching and learning 21st century skills
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Eliverta Zeqo – Albania
Practice to involve community in school issues. The case of school as a community center
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Ana Isabel Moreira – Portugal
The teaching and learning of History – conceptions and practices of teachers in Portugal
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