Dr José Soto Vázquez
Keynote Title: “Reading Habits in Primary Education”
Abstract: This presentation introduces a macro-survey on Reading habits at different levels. This is a novel presentation in its research design and methodology as well in its results including immigran children.
Bio: José Soto Vázquez is a full professor in the Department of Language and Literature Didactics at the Faculty of Teacher Education of the University of Extremadura. He has a PhD in Hispanic Philology and general linguistics with a study of the Social Action Literature in the turn of the XIX century to the XX (University of Extremadura, 2008). He is also the principal researcher of the Children and Youth Literature group of this same university. He has been a visiting scholar in Portugal, Italy and Brazil. He is also the Main Editor of Tejuelo magazine since 2008 (16 issues published and 7 monographs). Director of the History Days of Los Santos de Maimona and the Order of Santiago (four editions) and the Las Villuercas region (two editions). Besides, he is the co-director of the “Educa-imagen” collection (two volumes)., the Director of the Children and Youth Literature Classroom of the University of Extremadura “Marciano Curiel Merchán”, and the Coordinator of the “Master of Training in Portuguese for teachers of Primary and Secondary” of the University of Extremadura (2010/2013).
Oxford University, UK
Professor of Social Psychology
Keynote Title: will be announce…
Bio: I am a Professor, lecturer and tutor in Social Psychology, as well as supervisor for Masters and DPhil students, and am a fellow of New College. I was elected a Fellow of the British Academy, the National Academy for the Humanities and Social Sciences, in 2002, and served as its Vice-President (Social Sciences) 2007-9. I was elected an Honorary Fellow of the British Psychological Society in 2003, and am Professor Extraordinary at Stellenbosch University.
Dr. Jesus Garcia Laborda, PhD, EdD, MA, MEd
Universidad de Alcala
Keynote Title: “Research in bilingual education and CLIL: Present and future”
Abstract: Bilingual education, especially English-Local Language, is becoming a common trend everywhere in Europe. While in the 1990s and 2000s it was widely praised in the last 10-15 years its limitations have become more evident. This presentation intends to give a light on what the current research is and what the future issues might be. The presentation begins by defining bilingual education outside the English class, its issues and problems. The second part addresses future studies that could be done for academic purposes. The presentation concludes with some suggestions for researchers.
Bio: Dr. Garcia Laborda is currently an associate professor from Universidad de Alcala and a member of the committee of Revista de Educación (Journal of Education, an ISI SSCI journal). Dr. Garcia Laborda worked in different stages of six series of ELT textbook. He worked as freelance teacher trainer for Macmillan and Oxford University Press. He is also the author of about 70 journal articles plus about 100 of different types. He has also led four research projects and participated in nine more. As a visiting professor, he has visited Lithuania, the US, Cyprus, Turkey and was a guest professor at the University of Antwerp (2009) and Penn State University (2013). His current research includes technology enhanced language learning and testing, teacher education and English for specific purposes.
Mrs Angela Sauciuc
Keynote Title: Key issues in Bilingual Education.
Bio: Currently a researcher and administrator in Teacher and Bilingual Education. She is a well-known researcher in Bilingual Education with expertise in Bilingual Teaching Assistants. Head of Admissions at Instituto Franklin-UAH. Professor at Instituto Franklin-UAH. Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Science by the University of Bucharest. Specializing in Waldorf Education.
Phd. María del Carmen Pérez-Fuentes
Professor. University of Almería
Keynote Title: “Peer violence and alcohol and tobacco use in adolescent: Augmented Reality Program for detection and intervention based on Emotional Intelligence.”
Bio. Director of Group SEJ-581 Research in the Area of Education and Health at the University of Almeria. She has been Director of the Quality Unit, of the Secretariat of the University for Older Students and Executive Secretary of the Department of Psychology. Currently, she is director of the Master’s Degree in intervention in school coexistence. Her main lines of research are violence and convivence scholar, drug, aging and dementia, caregivers, burnout, resources for caring for dependency, cognitive stimulation and emotional intelligence. Director of the European Journal of Research in Health, Psychology and Education as well as member of the editorial boards of several publications. Author of numerous scientific publications and Senior Researcher in several R&D&I projects http://prodice.es/ & http://sej473.com/drogas2015/. Organizer and president of many health congress.