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Newsletter: TERA (January-March 2022)


Teaching and Education Research Association (TERA)


Dear TERA Members,


Greetings and sincere thanks for your patronage and support. TERA has now grown to 12662 followers and members from 65 countries.


About TERA


Teaching and Education Research Association (TERA) is an international community of Researchers, Practitioners, Students and Educationists for the development and spread of ideas in the field of teaching and education.


TERA is promoted by Eurasia Research. TERA aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals, encourage intellectual development and create opportunities for networking and collaboration. These objectives are achieved through Academic Networking, Meetings, Conferences, Workshops, Projects, Research Publications, Academic Awards and Scholarships.

The driving force behind this association is its diverse members and advisory board, who provide inspiration, ideas, efforts and drive collaborations. Scholars, Researchers, Professionals are invited to become a member of TERA and join this ever-growing network, working for benefit of society and research with the spirit of sharing and mutual growth.


Salient Features:

  • 15,000 + and growing network of professionals

  • Professional and Experienced team

  • Conferences in Asia, Europe & Africa

  • Events at reputed institutes and grand venues

  • Life-time free membership

  • Strong Social Media Platform for networking

  • Young Researcher Scholarships

  • Research publication in international journals


TERA Fellow Program in Education


Fellow Program in Education of ‘Teaching and Education Research Association’ (TERA).


The program offers an opportunity to learn the key concepts and latest trends in the teaching industry from the stalwarts in the industry. The applicant would be honoured with a certificate of ‘Fellowship’ by the Program Director of TERA.


The Fellows of TERA would receive International recognition and visibility amongst the global teaching fraternity.


Program Objectives:


This Fellow program is designed to help to teach professionals to acquire, develop and master the qualities of effective teaching, specifically relating to building human relationships, working with diverse learners and using instructional technology effectively.


The fellow program creates a global community of professional teachers who are nurtured by the best in the teaching industry from various institutions and countries, giving the program a global advantage.


This Fellow program is designed for teaching professionals seeking international recognition, visibility and training from the best in the industry.


TERA List of Members


TERA invites academicians, practitioners, professionals, students, and researchers to join as Life-Time members.

Individuals/ Institutions/ Corporates can become a member by submitting the membership fee and filling the Membership Form given below.


MEMBERSHIP FORM


Key Highlights and Benefits:

  • TERA members enjoy benefits that are essential to career and academic success.

  • Life-Time Membership

  • 10,000+ Members from across the globe

  • Effective networking through social media platforms and International Conferences

  • Membership is the starting point to participate in TERA conferences and to join as a domain expert, reviewer and conference committee member

  • Member’s name and affiliation is announced on the Association’s website

  • Members can mention their membership on their Resume, Profiles and for other academic and professional purposes

  • Publication opportunity in our Best in class Journals and Magazines

  • Access to new research information and latest trends through our content and network

  • Leadership position opportunities in TERA


Life-Time Membership Fee: USD 55


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


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


Eurasia Research International Conference begins with opening remarks by the honourable Keynote speaker highlighting the main context on Teaching and Education.


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

Ana Verde Trabada

King Juan Carlos University, URJC · Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences, Doctor of Education, Spain

Ana Verde is professor and researcher at International University of La Rioja: UNIR and King Juan Carlos University. International PhD "cum laude" in Education, Degree in Humanities, Degree in Pedagogy and Degree in Music specializing in Guitar from the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid. Master in Cultural Communication. She collaborates with several National and International Universities. Her research interests are focused on active pedagogies, educational robotics, technology and resources in education, teaching innovation and methodological bases in training.


Hilda H. Aseoche

Lajarca St. Junction, Mayondon, Los Baños, Laguna

I am Hilda H. Aseoche all the way from the Special Science City Nature of the Philippines, Los Banos, Laguna. I’ve been an educator by profession for 13 years and currently, I am affiliated as a public-school teacher at Los Baños Integrated School (LBIS) and a proud single mother of three adorable kids. Apart from that, I also work as an online ESL Teacher at 51 Talk and a volunteer co-facilitator of Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Camp Laguna2, Philippines partnered with Regional English Language Office and US Embassy. I gained my Doctorate Degree at Laguna State Polytechnic University last August 2020 and was able to publish and present mypaper internationally entitled “Lived Experiences of MOOCers: A Phenomenological Study and “Development and Validation of Supplementary Grammar Modules in English for Grade Eight Pupils at Los Baños Integrated School”. I also volunteered as a teacher in American Language and Culture Classes for three months last 2020. I became the Demonstration Teacher for two consecutive years (2016-2017) and was recognized as Best Writer in Test Construction. My recent speakership was held last Sept 2020 with a Title Teaching English to Young Learners: An International Webinar in partnership with MOOC Laguna Camp 2 and Private and Public American Language Culture Class. Finally, I am an environmental advocate who supports our community's Environmental Sustainability: A Clean Up Drive project. My job as a teacher is to transform and make a difference to the lives of my former, current, and future students. I can say that I am a teacher that teaches from the heart. I believe that teaching is more than just imparting knowledge; it is also about growing students to become self-sufficient and lifelong learners.

Dr Mario Pace. B.Ed

(Hons)., M.A. (Melit)., Ph.D (Melit), Senior Lecturer – Italian, Department of Humanities & Languages in Education (DHLE), Office 223, Old Humanities Building, Faculty of Education, University of Malta, Malta

Chev. Dr Mario Pace, B.Ed (Hons.), M.A., Ph.D.(Melit), is a Resident Senior Lecturer of Italian at the Department of Languages and Humanities in Education within the Faculty of Education of the University of Malta and language consultant to the Minister of Education and Employment on foreign language teaching & learning. Besides foreign language teaching methodology, his main areas of interest include second language acquisition, foreign language teaching and learning, as well as language assessment. In May 2018, he received the award of “Cavaliere dell'Ordine della Stella d'Italia" (OSI) by the President of the Italian Republic Sergio Mattarella in recognition of his significant contribution towards the promotion of the Italian culture in Malta and the strengthening of the relations between Italy and Malta, and especially for his role in the enhancement of the teaching and learning of Italian in Maltese schools and other educational institutions. He is responsible for the organization and delivery of Professional Development Courses for teachers of Italian as a Foreign Language held both locally as well as in various Italian cities. He is in direct collaboration with various international Universities and Institutions, namely the Universita` per Stranieri in Siena, the Universita` degli Studi in Perugia, PIXEL Association in Firenze, the Canadian Society for Italian Studies and the The Peoples' Friendship University of Russia. He has participated in conferences both in Europe and the USA and is the author of various academic papers, with topics varying from Italian literature in Malta to the teaching of Italian. Dr Pace is responsible for the design and implementation of both the Subject Proficiency Programme (SPA) within Secondary Schools as well as the Foreign Language Awareness Programme (FLAP) in the Primary Schools. He is responsible for the development, management and delivery of a number of in-house training courses of "Italian for Commercial Purposes™ for various private and public companies across the Maltese Islands.


Solomon Arulraj David

Associate Professor & Head of Masters of Education Programme, Faculty of Education, The British University in Dubai (BUiD), Dubai, UAE

Dr Solomon Arulraj DAVID has a doctorate in education from KUL-Belgium. He studied and worked in India, Belgium, South Africa, and the UAE. He is currently working at the British University in Dubai as an Associate Professor and as the Head of the Masters in Education Programme. He is also an honorary visiting fellow at the University of Glasgow, UK and a visiting research associate at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. He has nearly 10 years of post-PhD and 15 years of experiences in research and teaching in the field of education. He is a member of the editorial board of a few and a reviewer for several academic journals. He is a member of the board of studies and an external examiner for a few universities and colleges. He conducts high-quality research focusing to publish on accredited peer-reviewed journals. He has published over 40 journal articles, 4 book chapters, 2 books, 2 co-edited books, co-edited 3 conference proceedings, and several abstracts in conference proceedings. He has supervised 13 doctoral, 5 MPhil, over 40 masters students and currently supervising several masters and doctoral students.

Dr Malgorzata Wójcik

Assistant Professor, SWPS University, Katowice, Poland

Dr Malgorzata Wójcik is an assistant professor at University of Social Sciences and Humanities, SWPS in Poland. Before entering the field of research, she had been working as a middle school teacher and educator. Her research interests are connected with the field of education especially school peer groups. She researches peer group dynamics, bullying and effectiveness of bullying prevention programs. Action teaching and action research go hand in hand in her work as effective methods of studying peer group context and implementing solutions. Recently she has been researching processes of victimization from victims’ and witnesses’ perspective in order to design and implement action teaching programs which would encourage bystander interventions and help seeking strategies.

Jakub Tomasz Mróz

Postgraduate Student, Psychology Department, SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland

Jakub Tomasz Mróz, MA is a postgraduate student at Psychology Department of SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland. He is a graduate of Lodz Film School, Acting Department and a lecturer at Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw. His qualitative research includes peer group dynamics, consequences of bullying and the perception of victimization by the parents/guardians of children experiencing bullying at school. He also researches perceived sources of moral identity using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. He is a leader of students’ research team „OLWEUS” who participate in international studies of teacher responses to peer aggression.


Dr. Anthony Yee

Fellow Inst. of Marine Engineering Science and Technology (UK), Fellow Inst. Of Science and Technology (UK)

Dr. Anthony Yee is the Executive Director of AHT Syngas Asia PLC, this company is the Asian Headquarters of AHT GmbH, a 150-year-old Germany company, specializing in medium-size gas power stations. He took a joint First Class Honours in Electrical and Electronics with Management and went on to gain an MBA specializing in International Finance and a Masters of Engineering from the University of South Australia. After working for several years Dr. Yee read for and gained a DBA, he is now researching for his second Doctorate in the area of Electromagnetics and Nanotechnology. Dr. Anthony Yee Started his career with Keppel Shipyard performing both onboard marine electrical systems installation and repairs, as well as maintaining onshore HV electrical systems. The next appointment was Senior Electrical Engineer at MacDermott SEA Pte. Ltd, where he was in charge of offshore HV Generation and Distribution Systems. He later joined ABB as Project Division Manager, where he oversaw HV projects and equipment installation and repairs. Dr. Yee has served as Expert Witness in several Singapore High Court Cases where he was instrumental in solving several difficult cases. Dr. Yee believes in maintaining a balance between industry research and academia, as such, he is also an academic, currently lecturing at Teeside University, Singapore Campus. Prior adjunct teaching and FYP supervision were at Ngee Ann and Singapore Polytechnic. As a Governing Council Member of MDIS he oversees the School of Engineering and the School of Technology. Dr. Yee is a Life Senior Member of the IEEE, he served for 8+ years in the PES Committee and later was Chair of Membership at Singapore Section. His area of specialization is Power Systems and Electromagnetics. Other affiliations are: Fellow Institute of Marine Engineering Science and Technology UK (first), Fellow Institution of Engineering and Technology, formerly IEE UK (FIET), Fellow Institution of Science and Technology UK (FIScT), Fellow of The Royal Commonwealth Society UK and is a Diplomate of the American College of Forensic Examiners (DACFE). His current research interest is in Tuned Electriromagnetic Coupling using Graphene. Dr. Yee served The Singapore Armed Forces as a Reservist Officer for 33 years. He commanded a reservist Combat Battalion and retired with the rank of Major. He is the recipient of The SAF Good Conduct Medal and The Reserve Medal with Bar. He also serves as Chairman, Board of Trustees Royal Commonwealth Society Singapore, where he is an advocate for the recycling of one time use plastic and active action against HPV.

Dr. Deepak L. Waikar

Managing Partner, EduEnergy Consultants LLP, Singapore, Chief, Training Adviser, Tacstra Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Singapore, Associate Faculty, Overseas Universities in Singapore, Vice Chair, IEEE Education Society, Singapore

Dr. Deepak L. Waikar has been involved in education, training, research & management fields for more than three decades. He has authored/co-authored book chapters, research articles and policy papers on power, energy, management, sustainable development leadership and education-related topics. He has served on various committees in professional bodies such as Chairman of the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Power & Energy Society (PES) Chapter, Singapore and Vice-Chair of IEEE Education Society Chapter Singapore. He is a recipient of IEEE-PES Outstanding Power Engineers' Award2003 and SP Green Buddy Award 2004. Dr Waikar has been a member of the Board of Examiners of Singapore Certified Energy Manager’s programme. He has delivered invited keynote, plenary & panel session presentations on electric power, sustainable & clean energy, education, management, sustainable development & leadership related topics at the international conferences, seminars and forums in North & South America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Dr. Waikar has conducted several students and faculty development programmes on various topics such as Sustainable & Clean Energy, Designing & Managing Innovative student & faculty Research & Development projects, Strategies for Infusing Blended Learning, Rethinking Teaching & Learning, Trainopreneurship and Transforming Tertiary Education. He has been offering advisory & consultancy services through EduEnergy, Singapore, and Tacstra Solutions, Singapore. He has been associated with the premier institutions & academies in India & Singapore as well as with British & Australian Universities offering engineering courses in Singapore. He is a Senior Member of IEEE USA and a Life Member of the Institution of Engineers, India with PhD from the National University of Singapore, M.S. from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, M.Tech from Banaras Hindu University, India & Adv. PD Cert.in University Teaching from the University of Newcastle, Australia. He obtained PG-DBM & B.E. from Nagpur University, and Government Engineering College Aurangabad in India, respectively. His research interests include Sustainable Energy Development, Rethinking Teaching, Learning & Academic Leadership, Re-inventing & Transforming Tertiary Education, SMART Model for Talent & Leadership Development, Innovative Project Design & Management, Smart & Micro Grid. His hobbies include cricket, chess and poetry.


Dr. Froilan D. Mobo

Assistant Director, Department of Research and Development, Philippine Merchant Marine Academy

He is a Graduate of Doctor in Public Administration from the Urdaneta City University Class of 2016. and also a Graduate of 2nd Doctorate Degree - PhD in Development Education at the Central Luzon State University, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. After obtaining his Doctorate Degree he was promoted and designated to the position of Assistant Director / Extension Coordinator and Associate Professor II of the Department of Research, Development, and Extension in Philippine Merchant Marine Academy (PMMA) and this gave him an opportunity to work with different international research institutions such as Regional Director and PhD Lecturer in Cel Academic, Malaysia., Lecturer in the Graduate School, Columban College, Olongapo City. He was also appointed as the Editor-in-Chief in the International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research, Malang, Indonesia. As a researcher by heart, he is an External Peer Reviewer in various international research journals and has been invited as keynote / Resource Speaker in various international conferences abroad and international universities around the globe. In 2019, he was awarded as an Outstanding Alumnus in the Graduate School of Urdaneta City University, Pangasinan, and was a Multi-Awarded International Researcher and Global Leader from 2020 and at present. Recently, He was appointed as the Ambassador at Large, Country Ambassador and Director for the International Human Rights Movement Philippines under the umbrella of the United Nations. At present, He was appointed as Technical Research Evaluator by the Department of Science and Technology and was able to published 56 research articles with 23 citations in ResearchGate and 13 Citations in Google Scholar indexed in Google Scholar, EBSO, DOAJ, ISI, and Cross ref. He also published 12 international books in Europe, Indonesia, and India.


The main aims of the conference are:

  • 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

Conferences Held

TERA Online International Conference, 24th January,2022


TERA Online International Conference, 19th February, 2022


TERA Online International Conference,22nd March, 2022


Chat Session with Eminent Participants

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TECHNICAL NOTES

TERA is in the process of expanding its knowledge base, to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals, encourage intellectual development, and create opportunities for networking and collaboration. In each, Eurasia International Conference, article, project synopsis, teaching ntes, observations are submitted by the international community of Researchers, Practitioners, Students, and Educationists for the development and spread of ideas. The Editorial Review is showcased on the association’s website, newsletter, social media, and upcoming endeavours. Some of the Editorial Review are as below:


Christian L. Salazar and Anna-May C. Aboloc

City Schools Division of Tandag – Tandag National Science High School, City of Tandag, Philippines

PARENTS AS NEW FRONTLINERS OF EDUCATION: THEIR ROLE TO STUDENTS’ LEARNING IN THE NEW NORMAL


BEST PAPER AWARD

In each, Eurasia International Conference, Best Paper Award is given to Best Researchers. In the TERA – Teaching & Education Research Association, the Best paper award is given to the participants with the best scholarly paper submitted and presented at the conference. Some of the Best Paper are as below:


Name & Affiliation: Christian L. Salazar and Anna-May C. Aboloc

City Schools Division of Tandag – Tandag National Science High School, City of Tandag, Philippines

Title: Influence Of Productive Struggle In Mathematics To The 21st Century Learners

Abstract: This study dealt with finding the influence of productive struggle in Mathematics to 21st-century learners. Furthermore, it aimed to determine the problems encountered by the learners when they are exposed to activities that promote productive struggle. This study utilized the quasi-experimental pre-test post-test design. In this design, two groups of learners are involved: the experimental group and the control group. It has been found out that productive struggle is extremely influential to 21st-century learners for it has helped them to be motivated in managing to improve their skills in mathematics. Furthermore, it was found out in this study that the problem that most of the learners encounter when they are in productive struggle is the fact that they cannot finish the activity within a given amount of time. They often struggle with the idea that they are given a problem to be solved without preview of the lesson.Findings revealed that there is a significant difference in the achievement test scores of the learners with and without activities that promotes productive struggle. In addition, it has also been found out that there is a significant interaction between the achievement test scores of the learners in the experimental group if they will be classified according to their mental capacity. The results only suggested that those subjects who are exposed to activities that promote productive struggle performs better than those who are exposed to the conventional method of teaching even if they are grouped according to their mental capacity. Therefore, independent learning using activities that promote productive struggle is found to be more effective than the conventional lecture method. Hence, the researcher deemed it necessary for school administrators and Mathematics teachers to implement an independent learning strategy using activities that promote productive struggle to increase the achievement test scores of the learners.

Keywords: 21st-Century Learners, Influence, Productive Struggle


Name & Affiliation: Cole Webber, Betterfit Corporation, Edmonton, Canada

Title: Optimizing Blended Learning at Both Ends: Towards A Better Fit for Students, Space And Staff

Abstract: The global coronavirus pandemic shuttered the doors of many educational institutions, and taught students that they could learn from anywhere — but may not want to. Many students want to get back in the classroom, and many others want to maintain a flexible approach to education. A changing relationship to school may be poised to further exacerbate one of education’s largest problems: scheduling. Before the pandemic, utilization of space and capital investments was often not maximized, due to the standardization of classroom sizes and the differing needs of students and instructors. Some classes may only use a small percentage of their classroom, while others build up a waiting list of students who may even need the class as a requirement to graduate. Entire scheduling and registration departments are created to deal with these problems, and the results are not ideal. What happens when students want even more flexibility, and even more variables come into the mix? Predictive, first come, first serve scheduling breaks down even further. New technologies are poised to be able to automate the scheduling problem and get more students and faculty more of what they need and want, even amongst changing requirements. By operating the registration process in a new way — gauging interest in scheduling options before they are finalized, rather than opening on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis to students — options can be compared, ranked and an automated ‘best fit’ schedule can be produced. This can empower a blended learning model, made to work for both the school and the students, accommodating niche interests without decreasing space utilization and thereby maximizing student choice of what they learn and how they learn it. New technologies can bridge the gap between in person and virtual learning, and the concerns of facility planners and their staff and students.

Keywords: Optimization, Space Utilization, Facility Planning, Education, Scheduling, Blended Learning, Virtual Learning


YOUNG RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP

Eurasia Research makes continuous efforts in transforming the lives of people around the world through education, application of research & innovative ideas. To Promote Young Researchers, Eurasia Research International conferences provide a 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.


UPCOMING CONFERENCES


PUPIL: International Journal of Teaching, Education and Learning


PUPIL: International Journal of Teaching, Education, and Learning, is open access, peer-reviewed, and refereed journal. The main objective of ‘Pupil’ is to provide an intellectual platform for international researchers. ‘Pupil’ aims to promote interdisciplinary studies in Teaching and Education and become the leading journal in humanities and social science in the world. This journal is dedicated to the miracle called ‘Society’ that powers all types of civilizations and is fueled by the spirit of survival and co-existence.


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