The Success Story of RTECONF 2021

Due to the global Coronavirus pandemic, Oral speakers of the 4th International Conference on Research in Teaching and Education announced their decision to be shifted to Virtual presentation mode. Therefore, the RTECONF Organizing Committee decided to hold the conference entirely Online. The Virtual presentations were delivered via an online electronic forum (Webinar), where the participants engaged in lively discussions during the conference.

Highlighted Speakers

Author Article Title Affiliation
Dr. Christian Scannell Students’ and Educators’ Perspectives on Camera Use in the Classroom: Thinking Through Issues of Inclusion, Equity, Engagement, and Safety on Screens Assumption University, United States
Prof. Vilma Zydziunaite Leadership within the learning co-creation with students in a classroom: applying explorative factor analysis for researching teachers’ experiences Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Mr. Ali Nazar “The Status Quo of Homeschooling in Lebanon from Parents’ Viewpoints and its Legitimacy for Partakers in the *Education * Sector” Saint Joseph university, Lebanon
Dr. Jaime Cará Junior Cognitive closure as a factor in perceived learning and motivation Lettura, Brazil
Dr. Miriam Elizabeth Bowman Deaf College Students and Well-Being: The impact of COVID-19 and emergency online learning Gallaudet University, United States
Dr. Ranjit Vijayan Online Learning During COVID-19 United Arab Emirates University, UAE
Mr. Jan Michael Vincent Hiloma The Experiences of Junior High School Physical Education Teachers in Transitioning from Face-to-Face to Online Classes During the COVID-19 Pandemic Saint Louis University Baguio, Philippines
Ms.Zhanina Custodio Keeping them in the Workplace: A Grounded Theory Study of Filipino Administrator’s Motivation Philippine Normal University, Philippines
Miss. Phiyapa Sirivedin Teacher recruitment guideline for the schools conducting new education system Ministry of Education, Thailand
Dr. Ken-ichi Tabei Consideration of Digital Transformation of Laboratory Training Sessions and Proposal of Course Design Approaches Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Japan
Prof. Tamara Díaz-Chang Conceptual Metaphors and Tacit Models in the study of Mathematical Infinity Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile
Dr. Martha Matashu Education and economic growth variations. Implications for post COVID- 19 sustainable development recovery strategy in low income -countries. North West University, South Africa
Ms. Hilal Yildiz The Use of an Automated Writing Evaluation System for Summative Assessment in an EFL Context: The Relationship Between Automated System Scores and Human Raters’ Scores Antaliya Bilim universirty, Turkey

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