ICERP 2024

THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

Countdown to ICERP2024

6 May 2024

Abstract Submission is now CLOSED

31 May 2024

Full Paper/Poster Submission Due (Extended)

7 June 2024

Notice of Acceptance Due (Extended)

10 June 2024

Early Bird Payment Due (Extended)

10 June 2024

Camera Ready Paper/Poster Submission Due

Theme

SDGs in Action: Creating Impacts through Education & Practice

The main theme for the 6th International Conference on Educational Research and Practice 2024 (ICERP 2024) is “SDGs in Action: Creating Impact Through Education and Practice”. Below are the sub-tracks for the conference:

Tentative Conference Schedule

3 July 2024, wednesday

Day 1 - Hybrid

4 July 2024, Thursday

Day 2 - Virtual

Note: This schedule is subjected to change

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Emeritus Tan Sri Dato’ Dzulkifli Abdul Razak

Rector, INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA (UIA)
MALAYSIA 🇲🇾
Keynote Speech: Implementing SDGs in Higher Education Context

Dzulkifli Abdul Razak (or for short, Dzul) is currently the Rector of the International Islamic University Malaysia. He was the ‎Vice-Chancellor of Universiti Sains Malaysia from 2000-2011. He is the 14 th president of the International Association of Universities (IAU), a UNESCO-affiliated organisation, based in Paris. Dzul was awarded the prestigious 2017 Gilbert Medal by Universitas 21 in recognition of “his long-term commitment to a sustainable approach to international higher education.”

He is a Senior Fellow of the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (FASc), the World Academy of Art and Science (FWAAS) and the World Academy of Islamic Management (FWAIM). In February 2021, he was invited to serve as an Expert for the Futures of Higher Education Project at UNESCO’s Institute for Higher Education (IESALC). He was an invited speaker at Seoul 2023 Nobel Prize Dialogue. For almost twenty-five years he writes weekly Op-Ed columns for various Malaysia news media like The New Straits Times and Utusan Malaysia.

Prof. Dr. Maria Jose Lera Rodriguez

University of Seville
SPAIN 🇪🇸
KEYNOTE SPEECH: SDGS FROM PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES

Prof Maria Jose Lera Rodriguez is a Professor at the department of Developmental  and Educational Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, University of Seville, Spain. She holds a PhD in Psychology (1994, University of Seville). After working as postdoctoral researcher, she started working as lecturer in the University of Seville in 2002, where now she is professor in the Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology.

She has participated in numerous European projects since 1992, including the evaluation of the quality of early childhood education, bullying and discrimination, and the development and implementation of the programme of effective positive practices ‘Golden 5’ at all educational stages. Her research interests revolve around effective and positive teaching practices and their impact on students’ academic achievement and well-being, particularly in contexts at risk of social exclusion, and the antecedents and consequences of the Andalusian social identity.

Prof. Dr. Charles Russo

University of Ohio at Dayton
usa 🇺🇸
Keynote Speech: Sustainable Education as a Fundamental Right

Charles J. Russo, M. Div., J.D., Ed. D., is the Joseph Panzer Chair in Education in the School of Education and Health Sciences, Director of its Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership, and Research Professor of Law in the School of Law at the University of Dayton. Russo is the 1998-99 President of the Education Law Association, 2002 recipient of its McGhehey (Achievement) Award, 2021 Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Educational Research Association’s Special Interest Group on Religion & Education, and 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award from the South African Education Law Association.

Russo has authored or co-authored more than 350 articles in peer-reviewed journals; authored, co-authored, edited, or co-edited 81 books, and had more than 1,300 publications. Russo has spoken extensively on issues in Education Law in thirty-four of the United States and thirty-two other Nations on all six inhabited continents.

Prof. Dr. Brian Findsen

Emeritus Professor, Adult Learning Consultant
New zealand 🇳🇿
Keynote Speech: Sustaining a research career in Education: The role of specialisation and networks in professional development

Dr. Brian specialist area of research has been in learning in later life.  He worked in Scotland from 2004-2008 as Chair of the Department of Adult & Continuing Education, University of Glasgow, from 2006 until 2008. He has visited and worked in several East Asian nations (e.g. several months as a visiting scholar in Taiwan (2019-2020) immediately post his retirement from the University of Waikato).  He has been a member of several networks, retaining some in “retirement”. 
 
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