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Eurasia Research Quarterly Newsletter: TERA (January 2020 - March 2020)

Updated: Mar 23, 2020


Teaching and Education Research Association (TERA)


Dear TERA Members,


Greetings and sincere thanks for your patronage and support. TERA has now grown to 29600

followers and members from 71 countries.


(TERA Membership List)


We are glad to present you our latest edition of the newsletter. The newsletter showcases the associations of current and upcoming endeavors.


Conferences Held:


TERA has successfully organized following International conferences in the period of January-March 2020:



(TERA Upcoming Conferences)



Click here to access the conference videos

Click here to access the conference pictures


We thank all members, participants, and supporting organizations for making these conferences successful.


We will be glad to partner with your organization. Please write to convener@eurasiaresearch.info for assistance.


Job Openings


TERA is searching for talented and energetic conference coordinators (part-time) who are working/studying at the following locations:


Dubai/Melbourne


It's a golden opportunity to be a part of our global team, to interact and associate with International academicians, display your leadership and organizing skills and earn handsome honorarium.

All interested and eligible candidates are requested to contact us with their CV, Photograph, Cover Letter on convener@eurasiaresearch.info


Eurasia Research International Conference began with opening remarks by Honourable Keynote speaker highlighting the main context on Teaching Issues. The main aim of this conference was:


  • Advancement of Research and Innovative ideas through conference, workshops, seminars, and publications

  • Fostering a global community based on research and knowledge

  • Fostering innovation and ideas through research-based activities

  • Global dissemination of ideas and research through the use of technology

  • Working towards world peace and community development


Our worthy Keynote speakers open up the conference enlightening participants with their speech. Here is the list of keynote speakers who participated in our conference.



Abdel Rahman Mitib Altakhaineh

Head, English Teacher Education Department, Assistant Professor, English Language and Linguistics, Al Ain University of Science and Technology, UAE


Prof. Dr. Noor Hanim Rahmat

Deputy Dean Research, Publication, Linkages, Industry, Community and Alumni Akademi Pengajian Bahasa (Academy of Language Studies), Universiti Teknologi MARA, (UiTM) Malaysia


Brian Fairman

Asean Institute of Applied Learning, Universitas Mpu Tantular, Jakarta, Indonesia


Eurasia Research makes continuous efforts in transforming the lives of people around the world through education, application of research & innovative ideas. In order to Promote Young Researchers, Eurasia Research International conferences provide Young Research Scholarship in the form of a full Registration fee waiver to participate in such events. This gives immense encouragement to the researchers who have brilliant ideas to exhibit their research work on the International platform. Eurasia Research aims for promoting research and talent of scholars by giving the scholarship to 5 selected applicants for each conference.


In each, Eurasia International Conference, Best Paper Award is given to Best Researches. In the Teaching and Education Research Association (TERA), the Best paper award is given to the participants with the best scholarly paper submitted and presented at the conference.


Name of Person Attending: Lawrence Meda

Affiliation: Education Studies, Zayed University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Paper Title: Trainee teachers conceptualization of an Inclusive Curriculum in the United Arab Emirates

Abstract: Inclusion is one of the key terms that trainee teachers are expected to be acquainted with as they will be expected to implement an inclusive curriculum in schools. The purpose of this study is to investigate trainee teachers’ conceptualization of an inclusive curriculum within the early childhood context. The study was done using a qualitative approach within an interpretive paradigm. All 20 trainee teachers who were doing practicum teaching were purposively selected to take part in semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions about their conceptualization of an inclusive curriculum. It was found that trainee teachers have a broad understanding of inclusive education and they use various strategies to ensure that the early childhood curriculum is implemented inclusively.

Keywords: Technology; Early Childhood Education; Trainee teachers; Teaching


Name of Person Attending: Rimma Ivanova

Affiliation: Department of Applied Linguistics and Foreign languages, National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Paper Title: Framework and Differentiation in Teaching a Foreign Language to High School Students

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to depict the university conditions of the synchronic implementation framework and variability in teaching a foreign language, being able to increase qualitative schooling in an up-to-date university with regard to students’ individual aptitudes. Whether framework permits to provide equitable access to education to all citizens, variable learning expands learners’ possibilities to select his/her own individual route at university to gain more competences and experience in the sphere chosen. Determining the relationship between scope and differentiation is a challenging issue, considerably influenced by plenty of factors, based on major pedagogical principles. Framework and differentiation in training students at university lets highlight the functional interlinks and interdependencies between the components of the learning process and helps to show the peculiarities of teaching the discipline “The English language” in the whole educational system.

Keywords: variability, framework, education, teaching


Name of Person Attending: Brian Fairman

Affiliation: Asean Institute of Applied Learning, Universitas Mpu Tantular, Jakarta, Indonesia

Paper Title: Nurturing Local Talent: Shattering the Nexus between Perceived Foreign Expertise and Building in-country Human Capability in the Further Education and Training Sector in Indonesia

Abstract: Foreign expertise holds a revered status in the Indonesian further education and training sector, with the notion of ‘Bule’ playing a pivotal role in how international interventions are resourced. Foreign expertise often brings with it many local assumptions, particularly around the sharing of contemporary and start-of-the-art western knowledge, but often, in reality, this is not practically manifested. It is for these reasons that Maconick (1999) (Maconick, 1999) contends that greater emphasis needs to be placed on defining the operational role of capacity building. Furthermore, these international inventions need to place greater cognizance on the demands placed around funding and their subsequent disbursement of funds and the implications for making inroads into resolving underlying longer-term issues (Potter and Brough, 2004) (Potter & Brough, 2004). The authors believe that greater emphasis should be placed on building local human capital and this paper describes the engagement process in the design of occupational standards challenging the connotation that foreign expertise and influence should be unfettered. While foreign skills and talent can play a pivotal role in developing local human capability, it must be recognized that these interventions be cultural appropriation and look towards creating a sustainable future where indigenous human resources are given equal standing. The methodology applied reflected a most significant change approach (Dart & Davies, 2003) to the evaluation of training methods with an emphasis on workplace engagement.

Keywords: Human Capability Development, Cultural Impacts on Further Education and Training, Foreign Expertise, Talent Development, Bule, Human Resource Development


Name of Person Attending: Naoko Suzuki

Affiliation: Center for Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning, Tokushima University, Tokushima, Japan

Paper Title: Current Movements towards Dementia-Friendly Communities in Japan: Contributions by Educational Institutions

Abstract: As a nation where more than 28% of the total population is 65 years and over, Japan faces multiple aging-related issues. Among these, dementia dominates the agenda due to its high societal costs. The purpose of this study was to elucidate the state of the current movement to create dementia-friendly communities across Japan, with a focus on the good practices of educational institutions, such as libraries, museums, and adult education centers. A case study approach was employed, which involved site visits and interviews with those charged with the development of educational projects to create dementia-friendly communities. The findings of this research suggest that some institutions have created dementia-friendly communities through the utilization of existing resources, such as creating space in libraries for cross-disciplinary collections of dementia-related books for those with a special interest in dementia, making use of tangible objects and atmospheres of particular historic times to conduct reminiscence programs in modern history museums, and running Dementia Cafés in adult education centers for those interested in dementia in the local community. However, current movements have tended to focus on assisting carers and ordinary citizens through the provision of appropriate information and through opportunities for exchanging ideas and/or anxieties regarding dementia, and no careful attention has been paid to those living with dementia, whose viewpoints tend to be neglected in most current educational provision. Future research should focus on a broader-range analysis of the ways in which different educational institutions can directly contribute to those living with dementia in response to the educational needs of those individuals so that the potential of each institution can be more fully utilized in the light of current societal needs.

Keywords: Dementia-Friendly Communities, Educational Institutions, Potential


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