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Dr. Maria Gregoria Concepcion

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Topic: Teaching and Learning Models in the Classroom of Tomorrow

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She holds a PhD in Education in English Language Teaching (ELT). Dr. Concepcion comes with more than 25 years of international experience in higher education teaching diverse culture. She has worked in countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Korea, and Oman. Her research interests include Technology and Pedagogy, Hybrid Learning, Learning Analytics, Curriculum Design, and Assessments. Dr. Concepcion has published a number of publications in international journals on language studies, learning approaches, teaching with technology, and assessment techniques. She has presented her papers in various international academic conferences in Rome, Budapest, France, and the UAE. She is also a Scientific Board and Reviewers’ Committee member of various professional organizations. She has served as chair and technical committee member for many international conferences. Dr. Concepcion is a Certified Expert in Digital Teaching and Learning by Blackboard Academy.

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Dr. Kristen L. Robinson

Northcentral University

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Topic: The Perception of the School to Prison Pipeline and the Educational Experiences of Formerly Incarcerated Black Males

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Dr. Kristen L. Robinson is a lifelong learner and advocate of education. She holds a Doctorate of Education in Instructional Leadership and has produced more than 20 years of experience in various educational settings. Dr. Robinson has worked with students ranging from elementary, to adult students. She has also served as an adjunct professor at James Madison University. Her vast background in Correctional Education has made a major contribution to research. As an expert in the field, Dr. Robinson also has experience in curriculum development, corporate training, cultural awareness and teacher development. She has published a number of publications and has presented at several academic conferences ranging from Texas to Nice, France.

Dr. Robinson continues her life’s work by contributing to research by dismantling racial discrimination and systemic oppression that are prevalent against Black and Brown males in academic settings.

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