08:45-08:50 Welcome and Opening Remarks by Dr. Gregory
T. Papanikos, Director, ATINER
08:50-09:30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Professor Chris Jecchinis Education,
Training and Employment: New Challenges for the E.U. in the Global Economy
SESSION I (1ARethymnou Street, Basement)
Papanikos, G.T., ATINER, Greece.
Stefanou, S., Professor, Pennsylvania State University, USA, Stefanou, C., Professor, Bucknell
University, USA & Wen, F-I.,
Ph.D. Candidate,Pennsylvania State
University, USA. Towards Unifying
Theories of Learning and Economic Decision Making.
Allen, G., Professor and Director, CSER, The College of St. Mark
and St., U.K.Arts Based Counselling; Psychotherapy and Educational
(CPE) Work with Refugees. A Scoping Study and Systematic Review of the
Research Evidence to Create a Definitive Study of "What Works and
Why", in Arts - Based CPE Methodologies and Methods. A Guide for Arts
and CPE Practitioners, Program Directors and Others Charged With Working
for and with Refugees.
Armstrong, A., Professor, University
of Sheffield, U.K.Towards the Development of a University
of SheffieldCaribbean Institute: A Case Study of Program Development.
Wiliams-Boyd, P., Professor,
Eastern Michigan University, USA. Social Services, Public Schools and the Poor: A
Transformational Dialectic of Empowerment, Collaboration and
Communitarianism, Historical Perspectives-Contemporary Response.
The following Sessions will
take place at DELTASCHOOL
Rethymnou Street, 2nd
Chairperson: Wiliams-Boyd,P.,Professor, Eastern Michigan University, USA.
1.Armstrong, D., Professor, University
of Sheffield, U.K. Expanding Horizons? Rethinking Research Collaboration and
Institutional Partnerships in Higher Education.
2.Baumanis, A., Professor, School of BusinessTuriba, Latvia. The Tendencies and Regularities in Higher Education in the
3.Lyons, T., Professor,
Mary Immaculate College, Ireland. Radical Educational Ideas in Ireland at the End of the Eighteenth Century: The Work of Richard Lovell
4.Huotary, V., Lecturer, University
of Tampere, Finland. Internal
Relations in Education System.
Woodcock, L.S., Professor , University of Leeds, UK.
1.Khurshid, K., Ph.D. Candidate, University of Cambridge, U.K.The
Educational System in the Northern Areas of Pakistan: An Investigation of the Main Issues and Problems.
2.Onnismaa, J., Lecturer, University of Joensuu, Finland. The
Return of Uncertainty: The Changes in Guidance and Counselling Professionalism.
Freeman-May, A., Senior Lecturer,Oxford University, UK.
1.Levy, J., Professor, George Mason
University, USA, Brok, P., Professor, Utrecht University, The
Netherlands, Brekelmans, M., Professor, Utrecht University,
The Netherlands, Wubbels,T., Professor, Utrecht University,
The Netherlands. The Effect of Teacher Interpersonal Behaviour on Students'
Motivation in ESQL.
2.Ozmen, F., Assistant Professor, University of Firat, Turkey. The
Teachers According to School Type for the Effectiveness of Current Class
Supervision and the Applicability of Clinical Supervision.
3.Martin, D., Professor, Youngstown
State University, USA & Martin, M., Professor, Youngstown
State University, USA. Building Character.
Chairperson: Noll, E., Professor, University
of New Mexico, USA.
1.Gulati, S., Ph.D. Candidate, City University, U.K. Informal Learning:
Building an Argument for Inclusive Online Learning.
2.Clements, M., Professor,
Staffordshire University, U.K, Birch, C., Commercial Director,
Staffordshire University, U.K, Hameed, C., Commercial Manager,
Staffordshire University, U.K. Establishing an Enterprise Culture with on -
Campus Science and Technology Students Using Distributed Learning Support.
3.Flores, M., Professor, University
of Minho, Portugal.
Teacher Professionalism in Portugal: Policy and Practice.
M., Professor, Staffordshire University, U.K.
1.Tran, A., Professor, Wichita State University, USA.
A Lens of 2003: History, Language, Education, Life, and Work in Vietnam.
2.Noll, E., Professor, University of New Mexico, USA. Community
Knowledge as Text: Expanding School-Based Literacies.
3.Batsone, C., Professor, The Open University, U.K.A Balancing Act: Integration Language Learning, ICT and Research
Skills in a Classroom Session.
4.Kambouri, M., Lecturer, Institute
of Education, U.K.ICT and Basic Literacy: The Perfect Match?
Levy, J., Professor, George Mason University, USA, Shafer, L.,
Professor, George Mason University, USA, Dunlap, K.,
Professor, George Mason University, USA. Advancing the
Professional Development of Beginning Teachers through Mentoring and
Barone, W.P., Professor, Duquesne University, USA.
Creating a Culture of Teacher
Edwards, P., Professor, StateUniversity of New York at New Paltz, USA. The Thinking/Learning
System: A Teaching Strategy for Diverse Learning Styles and Abilities.
Mahrouse, G, Ph.D Candidate, University of Toronto, Canada. Dealing with Diversity:
Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions of their Training and Preparedness.
A., Professor, University of
1.Stamatoglou, M., PhD Candidate, University
of Sheffield, U.K.Being
an Early Childhood Education Researcher: Responsibilities and Challenges During
Fieldwork and Beyond.
2.Onnismaa, E-L., Researcher, University
of Helsinki, Finland. Trends
and Tensions in the Finnish Early Education System.
3.Messelis, E., Researcher, VrijeUniversityBrussel, Belgium. Prospective
Survey of Educational Policies in Old's People's Homes in Flanders.
4.Calder, I., Director, University
of Strathclyde, U.K., Grieve,
A., Professor, University
of Strathclyde, U.K.Working
With Other Adults: What Teachers Need to Know.
Chairperson:Barone, W.P., Professor, Duquesne University, USA.
Burns, L., Ph.D. Candidate, Michigan State University, USA & Koziol,
S., Professor, Michigan State University, USA, Video Technology and
Analytic Lenses in Learning to Teach: Tools for the Development of
Expertise in Preservice Teacher Education.
Wilkin, L., Director and Professor,
University of Brussels, Belgium & Faccin, I., Researcher, University of Brussels, Belgium. University Students' Use and Attitudes towards Computer
and Internet: An Exploratory Study.
Blanco, R., Professor, Miami-Dade
Country Public Schools, USA.
TheUse and/or Lack of Use
of Technology in the Mathematics Classroom.
Rumrill, P., Professor and Director, Kent State University, USA
& Hennessey, M., Professor, Kent State University, USA.
Surveying the Technology Transfer Concerns of College Graduates with
Disabilities: Profiles in Transition from Higher Education to Careers.
at Los Angeles,
1.Ziguras, C., Research Fellow, University, Melbourne, Australia.
Relating the Local to the Global in
International Curriculum Development.
2.Freeman-May, A., Senior Lecturer, Oxford University, U.K.Paramedic
Education: Developments in the United Kingdom.
3.D' Sena, R., Principal Lecturer,
Leeds Metropolitan University, U.K. "Race", Identity and
Curriculum Development: the Case of the "Writing" of the History
Schemes of Work, 1999-2000.
4.Vryonides, M., University of London, U.K.Social Capital in a Historic Context of Modernisation: its
Effects on Choice Making in Education.
5.Kalle, V., University of
Turku, Finland. Self-Directed Readiness and students’ own
experiences of their self-direction in two teacher education programs
Sena, R., Principal Lecturer, Leeds Metropolitan University, U.K.
Urwin, P., Professor, University of Westminster, U.K.How Many Futures for UK Higher Education?
Strategic ChoicesFacing UK Universities in Light
of the Government’s Recent White Paper.
Baiza, Y., Ph.D. Student, University of Oxford, U.K.The Effect of the Wider National,
Cultural, Traditional, Religious, and Political Challenges Affect the
Rebuilding Process and the Future Development of Higher Education in Afghanistan.
A., Professor, University
of California at Los Angeles, USA, Morrell,
E.D., Professor, Michigan State University, USA. Engaging Urban
Students as Critical Researchers in the Sociology of Education: Disrupting
Social Reproduction and Increasing Access to Higher Education.
Mistry, M., Teacher, Gladstone
Lower School, U.K.The Effective Management of Support Staff in the Foundation Stage of a
Primary School in England: Identifying and Addressing Issues of Concern..
Pelfonen, J., Professor,
University of Turku, Finland. The
chain of rational theories as the directing means of productive activities
in academic Sloyd Education.
M., University of London, U.K.
1.Pavlou, V., Research Officer, University of London, U.K.Sixth Grade Pupils'
Attitudes to Art and the Influence of their Teachers' Art Specialisation:
Developing a Pupil's Attitude Questionnaire for School Art.
B., Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia,
Tacol, T., Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Art Education at the Beginnings of the Third Millennium: The Necessity for
a Plurality of Approaches.
3.Rothenbühler, I., Ph.D. Candidate, University of Geneva, FPSE, Switzerland. The Intercultural Education in the Natural and Complementary Medicine.
4.Ageyev, V., Professor, University
at Buffalo, State University of
New York, USA. Intercultural
Education in the Age of Globalization.
Chairperson: Noll, E., Professor, University of New Mexico, USA.
1.Yildirim, R., Professor, Cukurova
University, Turkey. Adapting
an Apprenticeship Model to Enculturating Students into their English - Medium
Target Discourse Communities.
Woodcock, L.S., Professor, University of Leeds, U.K.‘Why not Robbie Wiliams?’ Trainee
Teachers’ Difficulties with Teaching English on School Practice in Primary
Mersinligil, G., Professor, Cukurova
University, Turkey. Evaluation of the English Language Curriculum for the
Fourth and Fifth Grade Students in Elementary Education.
Ilmars, S., Karlsone, I., Raipulis, J., Latvia. Success
of Teaching English and Mathematics in Latvia Dependence.
11:30-13:00 SESSION VIIIb
Chairperson: Ageyev, V., Professor, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, USA.
1.Fuller, M., Professor, University
of Gloucestershire, U.K., Healey,
M., Professor, University
of Gloucestershire, U.K.
& Bradley, A., Professor, University of Gloucestershire, U.K.Legislation and Institutional
Development: Incorporating Disabled Students within an Inclusive Higher
2.Papoutsis-Kritikos, E., Professor,
Northeastern Illinois University, USA.& Birnbaum, B., Professor, Northeastern Illinois
University, USA.Changing Careers: Training
Non-Educators To Work With Children with Disabilities: A Roadmap For Success.
3.Barnes, L., Principal Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire, U.K.Aiming Higher: Access Provision for Deaf Students.
13 :00-14 :30 SESSION IX
Chairperson: Woodcock, L.S.,
Professor, University of Leeds,
1.Macfarlane, C., Professor, Pacific University, USA. Is
Special Education Making a Difference?
2.Alexiev, K., Assistant
Professor, Shumen University, Bulgaria. Development
of the Psycho-Physical Qualities of the 8 Years Old Children /II grade/ in
Order to act in Disastrous Situations Achieved by the Means of a Specialized
3.Given, B.K., Director and
Associate Professor, GeorgeMasonUniversity. USA. Phonemic Awareness
Intervention on Adolescents With Low Reading Skills.
4.Dumbrajs, S., Ph.D., University of
Joensuu, Finland, Federley,
B., Researcher, Finland. Teachers
Learning Through Partnerships.
Chairperson: Macfarlane, C., Professor, Pacific University, USA.
Büchel, F., Professor, Max
Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany & Pollmann-Schult, M., Ph.D. Candidate, Max Planck Institute for
Human Development, Germany. Upward and Downward Career Mobility Among Overeducated
Workers in Western Germany.
Butcher, J., Staff Tutor, The Open
University, U.K., Sieminski, S.,
Staff Tutor, The Open University, U.K. & Burgess, H., Senior Lecturer, The Open University, U.K. Meeting Professional Development Needs?
Does the Doctorate in EducationBridge the Intellectual and
the Professional Development Needs for Teachers?
Ambihadevy, S., Lecturer, Dhurakijpundit
University, Thailand. Equity in Public Financing for Basic Education: Evidence
Willis, I., Professor, University of Liverpool, U.K, Roberts, L., Professor, University of Liverpool, U.K.Developing Learning and Teaching Culture in a Research - Led
Institution - A Holistic Approach.
Willis, I., Professor, University
of Liverpool, U.K.
Paquin, M. Associate Professor, University of Ottawa, Canada.
& Drolet, M. Associate
Professor, University of Ottawa, Canada. Conduct Disorder of three- to-nine- year old Children in Canada:
School and Family's Collaboration as Key to Success to Prevent Out-of-school
Sood, K., Senior Lecturer, University in Birmingham, U.K.Creating
an Inclusive Culture: The Involvement of Teachers and Other Professionals.
Yiannakis, A., Professor, University of Connecticut, USA, Kane, G., Professor, University of Connecticut, USA & Tomporowski, P., Professor, University
of Georgia, USA. Comparative Study of the
Effect of Martial Arts Training on Mood.
Markea, G., Ph.D., Institute of Education, University of London, U.K.Variables Influencing Musical Knowledge Development in Athenian
Chairperson: Yiannakis, A., Professor, University of Connecticut, USA.
1.Prentice, R., Professor, University of London, U.K.
Creativity, Cultural Curiosity and Critical Pedagogy.
2.Guliciuc, E., Associate Professor, University of Suceava, Romania, Guliciuk,
V., Associate Professor, University
of Suceava, Romania. EUPEDAS-European
Pedagogical Databases Systems. Creating an East EUropean PEdagogical DAtabases
System for research and training. An East-European Approach.
3.Miller, S., Associate Professor, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, USA. How
Literature Discussion Shapes Thinking: Mediating Narrative/Critical Habits of
the Heart and Mind.
4.Karagiozis, N., Ph.D. Candidate,
University of Ottawa, Canada, Robertson, J., Associate
Professor, University of Ottawa, Canada. Reading Fairytales in Childhood:
Greek Classic Tales and the Literary Imagination.