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Newsletter: TERA (January-March 2024)

Dear TERA Members,

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

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:

  • 50,000 + and growing network of professionals

  • Professional and Experienced team

  • Conferences in Asia, Europe & Africa

  • Events at reputed institutes and grand venues

  • Lifetime membership

  • Strong Social Media Platform for networking

  • Young Researcher Scholarships

  • Research publication in international journals

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 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.

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 60

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

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:

Aljemedin S. Jaudinez

Mindanao State University Tawi-Tawi, College of Technology and Oceanograph, Philippines

Aljemedin S. Jaudinez is an Assistant Professor at The Mindanao State University Tawi-Tawi, Philippines. He Obtained His Master’s Degree in Mathematics Education with Academic Excellence and Best Thesis Awards from The University of The Philippines Diliman, Where He Served as A Test Item Writer in A National Basic Education Assessment. An Organizer, Facilitator, And Resource Speaker in Local and National Teacher Training on Science, Technology, Engineering, And Mathematics (STEM) Education, He Presented and Published Various Papers on Mathematics Education in International Conferences and Reputable Journals. He Participated in Different International Professional Gatherings Such as In Japan, Malaysia, And Cambodia.

Seetha Sagaran

Personal Development Trainer, Lifestyle Consultant, Motivational Speaker, Mentor, UAE

Seetha Sagaran is a Personal Development Trainer, Lifestyle Consultant and Motivational Speaker with a background in English, Psychology, and Counselling (including Crisis & Trauma Counselling, (U.K), Hypnotherapy, Metaphor Therapy and Teaching Children with Special Needs (U.K). She is also a Licensed Practitioner of Neuro-linguistic Programming (N.L.P) from The Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (U.S.A). A Toastmasters International (U.S.A) member for the last 17 years, she is also a Distinguished Toastmaster (D.T.M.). In 2020, she launched her customized online personal and professional mentoring program, "The Nankurunaisa Mentoring Program". Seetha is a co-author of the motivational book "Your Dose of Motivation". Published in 2020, she has shared some lessons from her life and attempted to simplify the concept of self-motivation in the book. As a co-author of the motivational book "Women Who Inspire", published in 2021, she has elaborated on the importance of mentors in life and the positive impact that mentors can make in our lives. She also co-authored the 2021 published book of short stories, "Sagas of Destiny", and the same year, co-authored an anthology of poems, "Reverie". She is also a co-author of a recently published book on leadership, “We are Leaders – Expressions & Experiences”.A recipient of Global Training & Development Leadership Award - 2017, Exceptional Women of Excellence Award – 2020, and Iconic Women Creating a Better World for All Award – 2020. She was also a recipient of Exceptional Leader of Excellence Award – 2021 and Outstanding International Guest Speaker of the Year 2021. Seetha was included in "The World Book of Hoinser Queens 2021" as one of the top hundred influential women of 2021.Her training/motivational workshops, programs, and keynote sessions focus on individual development through interactive learning and mutual empowerment. Seetha's training programs and motivational sessions also emphasize inner peace, well-being, and participants' confidence. She has conducted Corporate, Educational, and Social Service & Welfare Training Workshops/Motivational Sessions in U.A.E, India, Seychelles, Canada and the U.K. She has also attended conferences in the U.A.E, India, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Italy as a Keynote/Motivational Speaker. Seetha has also presented virtual keynote and motivational sessions in conferences conducted in the Netherlands, U.K, Australia, Turkey, Thailand, Malaysia, Spain and France.

Dr. Hima Parameswaran

Assistant Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, College of Business, City University Ajman, United Arab Emirates

Dr. Hima Parameswaran, having earned a Ph.D. in Public Administration (HRM) in 2015, the areas I teach include Strategic HRM, Staffing Organizations, Performance Management and rewards, Quality Work life, Leadership and Organizational Development, etc. With my expertise in talent management, resource-based paradigms, adult learning theories, and organizational learning, I have contributed to applied HRM research. In addition to transformational leadership, flexible workforces, Employee Value Propositions (EVP), Eudemonic and hedonic motivation, and Industry 5.0 & HRD, I have published 22 research papers in reputed international journals and participated in and presented papers at 18 national & international conferences. Serving as keynote speaker, session chair/coordinator, organizing committee member, and outstanding paper presenter at several conferences and an 'outstanding research/academic award' from my university has been a pleasure.

Achievements: She is a Chartered Institute of Personnel Development - Level 7 Associate. Also, she has received appreciation for ‘best paper presenter’ and ‘best participant’ for the Conference conducted by the British University in Dubai in consecutive years. She has received Best Researcher Award, City University Ajman, Leadership Program Award, CUA. Additionally, sixteen years of my professional experiences have revolved around academia, healthcare, and television media. Further, she has initiated a “happiness club” at CUA to enhance student success and the well-being of all employees, and faculty members. In her community service role as part of corporate social performance, she has provided seven workshops/services aimed at improving society. Also she has attended and done Professional Development Programs.

Your roles and responsibilities: Teaching, Research, administrative tasks, student advising, community engagement.

Contribution to your current job profile: Strategic planning -HRM, Benchmarking-HRM program, Curriculum development, Substantial changes- HRM in align with CAA guidelines, Student Advising, Community service through workshops, AACSB committee member, Summer workshops at CUA, Research and its integration in academia.

Dr. Mario Pace

(Hons)., M.A. (Melit)., Ph.D. (Melit), Resident Associate Professor (Italian) - Department of Languages and Humanities in Education (DLHE), Faculty of Education, Head of Department – Department of Languages and Humanities in Education within the Faculty of Education, University of Malta, Malta

Prof Mario Pace is an Associate Professor of Italian and Head of the Department of Languages and Humanities in Education within the Faculty of Education of the University of Malta. He is responsible for the training and formation of teachers of Italian as a foreign language. Besides language teaching methodology, his main areas of interest include second language acquisition, foreign language teaching and learning, and the teaching of foreign languages for specific purposes. For a number of years he was consultant to the Ministry of Education in Malta on the teaching and learning of foreign languages in compulsory education. He has participated in conferences both in Europe and the USA and is the author of several chapters in books as well as academic papers in peer reviewed journals. He is also the author of the book entitled Marco Largi ovvero Carlo Magri – drammaturgo maltese (1617 – 1693). Vita e opera published in 2018.

Dr Ruth Wong

Department of English Language Education, The Education University of Hong Kong, 10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, Hong Kong

Dr Ruth Wong is an Associate Head of Department of the Department of English Language Education at the Education University of Hong Kong. She has been an English educator and researcher for 23 years. Her main research interests include learning motivation, education psychology, ESFL pedagogy, curriculum, grammar teaching and learning. She has conducted research projects on English learning motivation and scaffolded English grammar learning as well as published research articles in international refereed journals.  She is also a consultant for school and textbook publisher.   

Prof. Vitor Tomé

Lecturer at Autonoma University of Lisbon, Invited Researcher at Iscte - University Institute of Lisbon

Prof. Vitor Tomé is an International expert on Digital Citizenship Education (Council of Europe), He is a member of the EU Expert Group on Tackling Disinformation through Education and training (European Commission), He has been an invited researcher at CIES-ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon (Media Literacy and Journalism), Vitor Tomé is a lecturer at Autonoma University of Lisbon (Communication Sciences), He is also a teacher trainer at Portuguese Ministry of Education and is a trainer of trainers at CENJOR, and he is also a professional journalist (CP1524). Prof. Vitor Tomé concluded a degree in Education, post-graduations in ICT and Journalism, a PhD in Education (Media Literacy), and a 6-year post-doctorate in Communication Sciences.

Ayla Ata Barana

Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Eskisehir, Turkey

Dr. Ayla Ata Baran Is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education in The Department of Mathematics Education, Eskişehir Osmangazi University. Dr. Ata Baran Completed Her Doctoral Dissertation Titled "Investigation of Eighth Grade Students' Mathematical Communication Competency, Mathematical Literacy and Affective Characteristics in A Mathematical Modeling-Based Teaching Experiment" In February 2019. She Specializes in Mathematical Literacy, Focusing Specifically on The Mathematical Communication Competency and The Language of Mathematics, And Mathematical Modeling. Dr. Ata Baran Published Papers, Book Chapters, and Proceedings on Mathematical Literacy and Mathematical Communication Competency.

The main aims of the conference are:

  • Advancement of Research and Innovative ideas through conferences, 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

Chat Session with Eminent Participants

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. At each, Eurasia International Conference, articles, project synopsis, teaching notes, and 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 endeavors.


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: Nazarana Mather

School of Humanities and Social Science The IIE's Varsity College South Africa

Title: Bringing the boys back on board: Exploring primary school boys’ experiences and perceptions of their writing lessons.

Abstract: Existing research shows that in South Africa, there are reasons for concern regarding the achievements of a large proportion of Grade 6 learners in language learning. The impact of this poor language achievement affects their success rates across learning areas and in higher grades. It has also been found that historically, Grade 6 boys have achieved and continue to achieve lower results than their female peers in national and international language assessments. However, boys’ language learning in the Intermediate Phase in South African schools is surprisingly under-researched, particularly their writing skills development. This study contributes to the existing field of research by using positioning theory to understand Grade 6 boys’ writing development. It was an interpretative, qualitative, theory-seeking case study that was bound by time (1 year), space (Grade 6 classrooms in two mainstream schools in KwaZulu-Natal), and theme (the boys and teachers' positioning during the observed writing lessons). Data were gathered from classroom observations and were analyzed from the perspective of positioning theory. A cycle of the Grade 6 writing program was analyzed. Although the teachers followed the same policy statement, it was found that their scaffolding approaches within the stages of the writing cycle differed significantly. It was concluded that there are significant links among three key elements: teacher knowledge, teachers’ and learners’ positioning in the writing process, and learners achieving the object of cognition in the stages of the writing cycle. 

Keywords: Boys, Writing, CAPS, Writing Process, Positioning Theory, Positioning, Cognition, Dialogue

Name & Affiliation: Claudia Marissa Calderon Torres

Biomedicine Research Unit, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico

Title: Website for Online or Blended Teaching of Genetics for the Development of Knowledge and Skills in Biology Students

Abstract: Genetics is the science that studies the transmission and variation of the hereditary information of organisms stored in DNA. Currently, Genetics encompasses a strategic set of knowledge and skills that biology professionals must have, in such a way that those who do not have this knowledge, techniques and even theories, run the risk of not entering a job position. Objective. This work presents a web page developed to facilitate the learning of Genetics knowledge. This project brings together participants who have carried out scientific and professional work, have taught genetics courses and know the problems of teaching and learning genetics. Results. The developed website ( incorporates: 1) Educational texts for the development of knowledge, skills and competencies on specific topics; 2) Multiple choice questionnaires for self-assessment; 3) Hardy-Weinberg simulator; and 4) Evaluation of the understanding of educational texts through the application of quick questionnaires. The texts are focused on undergraduate students of careers in the biological-medical area. The effect on learning of the contents of the website with the topic of genetic recombination was evaluated by comparing the learning in two groups of students: group A (133 students) with prior reading of the educational text and group B (119 students) without reading of the educational text. Through statistical analysis with the Z test it was found that group A had higher percentage (75.6% vs. 55.8%; P<0.01) of correct answers when answering a test of 10 questions. Conclusions: The designed website is a resource that teachers and students can benefit from by facilitating the teaching-learning process of Genetics.

Name & Affiliation: Barbara Baranska

Institute of Mathematics, Pedagogical University of Krakow, Krakow, Poland

Title: Becoming A Mathematics Teacher – Different Paths of Professional Preparation Versus Results of the Same Test

Abstract: In our presentation, we will describe various paths leading to obtaining qualifications required for teaching mathematics in Poland. Then, we will present and discuss the results of a test conducted under the theme "Check yourself!" among people completing different paths of professional preparation for teaching mathematics. The talk will end up with indication of specific areas of teacher education that need more reflective attention.

Name & Affiliation: Ana Sofia Cardoso

College of Art and Design, Foundation for Science and Technology Matosinhos, Portugal

Title: Design for Inclusive Communities: Universities as Drivers of Sustainable and Social Engagement Networks in Local Communities

Abstract: Communities and networks constitute complex socio-cultural ecosystems wherein participatory design and art practices assume a central role in fostering collaborative creativity and addressing collective challenges. The infusion of participatory design into these networks catalyzes social innovation, facilitating the active engagement of community members in co-creating their shared environments. Social design emerges as a strong tool, transcending disciplinary boundaries to harness the capacities of art and design in responding to intricate societal issues. This interplay between participatory design and art practices becomes a dynamic mechanism instigating positive transformations within communities, fostering diverse perspectives and inclusive solutions. University-level students can play a crucial role in the convergence of art and design activism, enhancing the impact of interventions with a socio-political dimension. As active participants in civic engagement through art and design, these students become vital advocates for social justice, contributing substantively to community empowerment and proactive determination of future trajectories. The genesis of the "O Bairro está IN(inclusive)" [The Neighborhood is IN(inclusive)] project exemplifies this synergy. Promoted by ESAD — College of Art and Design and rooted in the principles of dream, imagination, fabulation, and self-build, the project endeavors to contribute to societal betterment through design and architecture, emphasizing the positive transformation of Cruz de Pau's (social housing community in Matosinhos, Portugal) urban space through active community participation. Financed under the “Healthy Neighborhoods Program”, a governmental initiative to enhance the quality of life in vulnerable territories, the project focuses on Cruz de Pau—a neighborhood with diverse demographic profiles and varying economic and social needs. The project engages in workshops and participatory activities involving three generations —seniors, young people, and adolescents —, aiming to improve the surrounding space and leverage local knowledge. Through art and creativity, the project activates social and urban "regeneration," fostering participation and identification between inhabitants and their surroundings, while showcasing the effective transformative power of a united community.

Keywords: Social Design, Community, University, Participatory design, Co-creation

Name & Affiliation: Unnati Ekbote

Faculty of Clinical Psychology Gyanvihar University Hyderabad, India

Title: Impact of ADHD on Adolescents and Comorbidities (Behaviour, Academics Etc.)

Introduction: The purpose of this research proposal is to conduct a study of ADHD impact on adolescent behavior and other comorbidities. ADHD is a neurological disorder that is the most common childhood disorder and characterized by a persistent and trans-situational pattern of age-inappropriate inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. The research subject aims to find out how it is impacting adolescent behavior and developing other comorbidities such as anxiety disorder, eating disorder, ODD/CD along with analyzing the impact, causes, relations, and solutions addressing the same.

Name & Affiliation: David Ramamonjisoa

Faculty of Software and Information Science, Iwate Prefectural Universit, Takizawa, Japan

Title: Equipping Students for a Dynamic Future: A Focus on Essential Skills, Lifelong Learning, and Global Citizenship

Abstract: The ever-changing landscape of the 21st century requires a shift in educational focus beyond traditional subject knowledge. This paper explores key considerations for designing effective curricula, emphasizing the crucial role of basic skills, and 21st-century competencies, fostering a lifelong learning mindset, and preparing students for an increasingly interconnected world. Building strong literacy, numeracy and digital skills is the foundation for communicating effectively, thinking critically, and navigating the digital world. Developing key 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and communication will enable students to tackle complex challenges, work effectively in teams, and express themselves clearly. Encouraging creativity, innovation, and adaptability enables students to think outside the box, embrace new ideas, and thrive in an unpredictable future. Fostering a growth mindset and self-directed learning skills empowers them for lifelong learning and continuous skill development. While subject-specific knowledge remains valuable, this paper emphasizes the need for a holistic approach that integrates these essential skills and mindsets. In addition, the recognition of the importance of social-emotional learning and global citizenship highlights the need to prepare well-rounded individuals for success in an interconnected world. This includes fostering an understanding of diverse cultures, promoting responsible global citizenship, and encouraging sustainable practices.

By incorporating these elements into curriculum design, we can equip students with the skills and attitudes necessary to navigate the complexities of the future, to become responsible, engaged, and lifelong learners, and to contribute meaningfully to a globalised society.

Eurasia Research makes continuous efforts in transforming the lives of people around the world through education, the 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.

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