Keynote Speakers

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Ali RahimiPh.D.
Associate Professor  in Applied Linguistics
University of Nizwa, Sultanate of Oman

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Prof. Dr. Servet Bayram
Director, Institute of Educational Sciences
Chairman, Department of Computer Education & Instructional Technologies
Coordinator, Program of Information Technologies & Social Media Education
Yeditepe University – İstanbul

Keynote Title:Current Educational Research Paradigms in the Age of Anthropocene: Innovative Digitalization Tools in Instruction and Learning
Key Terms:
Metamorphisis, Transformation and Sustainability
Social, Industrial, Technical and Digital Revolutions in the Anthropocene Era
Educational Policy and Educational Paradigm Shifts
Computational Social Science and Neuroscience
Educational Research Examples and Future 

Bio: Prof. Dr. Servet Bayram graduated with a bachelor degree from Department of Psychology at the Istanbul University in 1985. After receiving the Certificate of Teaching and the title of Psychologist, he worked as a Consultant/Educational Psychologist at the Bogazici University in Istanbul between 1988-1992. When he completed his master’s degree in Guidance & Counseling at the Bogazici University, he went to the United States for doctoral studies. He completed his doctoral studies in “Learning and Teaching Technologies” and received a Doctorate degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1995. As a Post Doctoral Fellow, he studied on the Electronic Performance Support and Information Systems at the Indiana University, Bloomington in 1996.

Between 1997-1998, he served as a Second Lieutenant & Psychologist at the Air Force Academy in Istanbul. Then as an Asistant Professor, he started to manage curriculum of the Department, Computer Education and Instructional Technology, at the Marmara University. In 2000, he was promoted to Associate Professorship. Then he became a full professor in 2006. Between 2000 and 2015, he had conducted his studies as a Chairman of the Department at the Marmara University, Istanbul.


In 2015, He was transferred to the Yeditepe University in Istanbul. Then he was promoted to Vice Rectorate of the University. As a Vice Rector he completed the “Curriculum Optimization Studies” of the University between 2015 and 2016.  Now, he is the Director of Institute of Educational Sciences at the Yeditepe University. Also, he is Chairman of the Department, Computer Education & Instructiınal Technologies and Coordinator of the Program, Information Technologies & Social Media Education at the Yeditepe University.

His present professional research interest focuses on Psychology of Learning, Neuroscience, Psychological Testing, Human-Computer Interaction, Graphical User Interface Design, Educational Software, School Achievement, Motivation and Innovative Computer Tools.

Prof. Dr. Huseyin Uzunboylu
Near East University, Dean of Faculty of Open and Distance Education
Lefkoşa, North Cyprus, Mersin 10, Turkey

Keynote Title: Will be Announce..

Bio: Huseyin Uzunboylu graduated from Anadolu University, completing a degree in BSc Educational Communicating and Planning in 1991. He graduated from Ankara University; completed a degree in MA Curriculum and Instruction in 1995 and completed PhD in area of Educational Technology in 2002. He became Assistant Professor in 2013, Associate Professor in 2015 and Professor of Educational Technology in 2010 at Cyprus Near East University. Email: huseyin.uzunboylu@gmail.com   


Dr. Jesus Garcia LabordaPhD, EdD, MA, MEd
Dean of the College of Education
Universidad de Alcala

Keynote Title: Will be announce…

The instruction of future teachers is of major importance in Europe. However, it is rather common finding that there are still critical matters that need to be covered. Based on the analysis of TED-S, other international evaluations and the personal experience as the Dean of the College of Education of Universidad de Alcalá, this presentations addresses aspects such as mathematics, literacy, foreign language and technnology. The model of improvement needs to address STEAM (and thus, the 21st century skills) as the basis for future teacher education but is also needs neglected aspects such as non-verbal communication, architecture, classroom design, international evaluations and many other aspects.