Programme (Online)

Speakers at The 8th Asian Conference on Education & International Development (ACEID2022) will provide a variety of perspectives from different academic and professional backgrounds. This page provides details of featured presentations, the conference schedule and other programming. For more information about presenters, please visit the Speakers page.


Conference Outline

Monday, March 21, 2022Tuesday, March 22, 2022Wednesday, March 23, 2022Virtual Presentations

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11:00-11:15: Announcements, Recognition of IAFOR Scholarship Winners & Welcome Address
Joseph Haldane, IAFOR, Japan

11:15-12:15: Keynote Presentation
Higher Education Across the Globe: A Time of Transformative Change
Deane Neubauer, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States

12:15-12:20: Break

12:20-13:20: Panel Discussion
Higher Education Across the Globe: A Time of Transformative Change
Shingo Ashizawa, Toyo University, Japan
Haruko Satoh, IAFOR Research Centre at OSIPP, Osaka University

13:20-13:50: Discussion and Networking Session

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11:30-12:20: Live-Stream Presentation Session 1
Room A: Educational Research, Development & Publishing
62524 | Determining Educational Quality in Mongolia: An Exploratory Factor Analysis
62903 | Japan-Russia Agricultural Research in the Web of Science: A Bibliometric Study of Scientific Output and Collaboration
Room B: Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education
62762 | Language Immersion in the USA: Characteristics, Challenges, and Recommendations Related to Teacher Education
62484 | Model for Effective Peer Mentoring Program in Mongolian University Context

12:20-12:30: Break

12:30-14:10: Live-Stream Presentation Session 2
Room A: Learning Experiences, Student Learning & Learner Diversity
62271 | Enhancing Students’ Higher-Order Thinking Skills in a Differentiated Learning Environment
62231 | Enhancing ‘How to Learn’ Skills: Its Impacts on Academic Performance and Student’s Motivation – A Case Study in Indonesia
61824 | Distance Learning: Its Challenges and Opportunities to Adolescents Relationship
62894 | Foreign Student Expectations in an English Undergraduate Curriculum in Japan

Room B: Interdisciplinary
62893 | Understanding the Lived Experiences Towards Online Learning During the Pandemic
61829 | Psychometric Properties of MRRF-Academic Resilience Scale (MRRF-ARS): A Multifaceted Measure of Resilience
62288 | Assessing Social Apathy Among Filipino Young Adults: Construction and Validation of the Social Apathy Test (SOCAP)

14:10-14:20: Break

14:20-15:35: Live-Stream Presentation Session 3
Room A: Interdisciplinary
62222 | Parent-Child Dialogic Reading: A Conversation Analytic Case Study
62896 | The Intersection of Citizenship Education and Media Literacy in Japanese Textbooks
62216 | How the Japanese Intelligentsia of the 19th Century Got Educated Based on Books in the Dutch Language (Rangaku)

Room B: Educational Policy, Leadership, Management & Administration
62536 | The Expression of the Deputy Principals’ Leadership in Problem-solving and Decision-making
62992 | Work Motivation and Job Satisfaction of School-Based Finance Staff in the Implementing Unit Schools of DepEd Division of Quezon
61358 | Ready or Not? A Critical Policy Analysis on the Implementation of Flexible Learning Policy and Its Effect on High School Learners

15:35-15:45: Break

15:45-17:00: Live-Stream Presentation Session 4
Room A: Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis
62247 | "Like a Hamster on a Spinning Wheel" – University Instructor Reactions to a Year of Teaching Online
62356 | Outdoor Community Learning: Early Educators’ Perceptions on Children’s Reactions and Connection to the More-than-Humans in Urbanized Places
62446 | Shared Leadership Education: The Experiences of Music Teachers in a Music School

Room B: Higher Education
62240 | A Study on the Correlation between the Academic Performance of University Nursing Students and Their Learning Performance in High Schools
62119 | Exploring Literacy Poverty and Sustainability in Higher Education Through Teaching and Learning

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11:00-13:30: Critical Open Discussion Session: Higher Education Across the Globe
Higher Education Across the Globe: A Time of Transformative Change
Deane Neubauer, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, United States

13:30-13:45: Conference Closing Address
Joseph Haldane, IAFOR, Japan

Virtual Poster Presentations
62806 | The Potential of Self-Assessment Rubrics as a Self-Assessment Tool: The Effects of Reflection by Employing an Individual Report
62382 | Extramural Music and Athletic Activities: Impact on Scholastic Performance Trajectories
62724 | A Study of Electroencephalography (EEG) and Lego Wedo 2.0 on the Attention of First Grade Special Needs Students
62223 | Student Loan Repayment in Japan
62991 | Improving English Communication Skills Through Tour-Guide Experience
62652 | The Exploration of Primary School Teachers’ Self-expectation Under the 5+2 Education Model – Take Nan’an City as an Example
62733 | An Action Research on Gamified Content and Language Integrated Learning in Technological and Vocational Education in Taiwan

Pre-Recorded Virtual Presentations
62479 | In-depth Inquiry on the Reasons of Students’ Failures and Their Coping Mechanism
62175 | Novel Approaches to Developing Student Resilience and Wellbeing in School Settings: Martial Arts and Cooperative Electronic Gaming
62639 | Odd Self-efficacy Test: Academic Self-efficacy Among College Students
62901 | Online Learning Design and Policies on Education in Indonesia During COVID-19 Pandemic
61851 | Involvement of Related Populations in Tourism Community Development: DMOs in the World Heritage Horyuji District
61676 | The Relationship Between Phonological Awareness in Japanese Language and English Learning Experience
62660 | Interest and Awareness of Japanese University Students Regarding Computer Programming
62796 | Interdisciplinary Skills Delivering Innovative Learning and Teaching Practices in Illnesses of Unknown Origin
61773 | Examining Chinese Students’ Motivations for Overseas Education and the Implications of the Study Abroad Experiences on Their Transitions to Adulthood
62562 | I (Eye) to I (Eye): Canada’s 2I’s, Reconciling International Student Migration and Indigenous Peoples
61512 | A Child’s Meaning-Making during COVID-19
61293 | Do Psychology Students Enjoy Lectures in Class? Relationship with Basic Psychological Needs Satisfaction (Competence, Relatedness, and Autonomy)
62476 | Exploration of Students’ Learning Experiences in a Course Developed With TPACK and Design Thinking
62220 | Parental Support, Cooperative Learning, and Peer Awareness in Students’ Exposure to School Bullying: Predicting Bullying in China
62503 | What It Means to Be a Great Teacher? The Life Experience of University Students in Thailand
61123 | Supporting Out-of-School Literacy Experiences
62194 | The Mediating Role of Primary School Environmental Education in Promoting Children’s Pro-environmental Behavior: A Game Format Experiment
62010 | An Explanatory Case Study on the Incorporation of Education for Sustainable Development Into Formal Education in Japan
62442 | Chat-Based Learning Management Assistant Hybrid Learning
62614 | Crisis as Opportunity to Try Something New: Student-centered Pedagogy During the Onset of COVID-19
62669 | Cultivating Kindness among Preschoolers: Student-Centered Instructional Modules for Teachers
62459 | Empowering Learners: Online Radio Broadcasts to Enhance the Students’ Speaking Skills
62121 | Enhanced MELCs-based Curriculum in Reading and Writing Skills in a Blended Pedagogy
62691 | Remote Experiment for Electrical Engineering


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Featured Presentations

  • Higher Education Across the Globe: A Time of Transformative Change
    Higher Education Across the Globe: A Time of Transformative Change
    Keynote Presentation: Deane Neubauer

Virtual Presentations


Previous Programming

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Higher Education Across the Globe: A Time of Transformative Change
Keynote Presentation: Deane Neubauer

The varied impacts of the global COVID pandemic, stretching now into its third year, have and are affecting higher education throughout the world. In this session, we will examine some illustrative, albeit dramatic, changes that are impacting higher education throughout the world with a particular emphasis on the United States. Our goal is to initiate discourse on the extent and overall impact of these changes. The examples highlighted in this paper and presentation are meant to serve as “triggers” for subsequent wide-ranging discussions of the participants in this online meeting.

It is both trivial and vital to acknowledge that the past two years have been unlike any other in recent world history: trivial in the sense that the range and intensity of events are such that they have been experienced as essentially inescapable for us all, irrespective of one’s location on the planet; vital in the sense that many of the changes brought into societies by the nature of the pandemic remain beyond “knowing” and will “play out” in years to come. As we seek to enumerate, acknowledge and analyze the pandemic’s effects on higher education as a vital segment of society that has been dramatically impacted, it is important to “broaden the frame” of such an inquiry by acknowledging further that the pandemic “arrived” into a world of higher education that was already on the cusp of yet another major transformative force that was both “unleashed” and embodied within the complex dynamics of what was has come to accept as the 4th Industrial Revolution (4th IR) generated by the impacts of artificial intelligence on the world.

These sessions at ACEID2022 are an occasion to invite inquiry about how these two macro forces are confronting each other within higher education settings across the globe and to speculate on which changes that may emerge from this confluence of forces may prove to be enduring. However one constructs such analyses, it seems beyond question that important aspects of higher education as we knew and experienced it prior to the pandemic will be changed, and perhaps with sufficient cumulative effect that our intellectual task in the near future will be to conduct a continuous assessment of this changing environment and begin a disciplined set of speculations about the nature and impact of what we can identify as elements within these powerful change dynamics.

In the following our intention is to create some ‘discussion areas' based around recent speculations about the various directions in which higher education in all its forms may take. Our particular focus is to gather together some recent speculations on transformations that may occur as a result of the pandemic and/or the rapid progressions of artificial intelligence within the environment that it has created. Having created a generalized context by doing so, our further intention is conduct a critical open discussion of these continually emergent transformative dynamics which we hope will generate new insights into the overall phenomena and perhaps create new dimensions for further research.

Some Aspects for Reflection

Here I would like to offer for our collective consideration the following “elements of change” that have been variously pointed out as consequences of the Pandemic. My intention is to very briefly frame these observations within the context of American higher education and invite colleagues from other parts of the higher education environment to respond to the intent of the observation with information from their own higher education reference setting.

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