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Event Programme

Timetable for the CES 3rd Annual Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference
Saturday, 23rd of May 2015

9:00 - 9:30 REGISTRATION - Tea & Coffee on arrival
9:30 - 9:45 WELCOME - Opening address
9:45 - 10:30

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Professor Michael Luntley (Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick)
"The Concept of Learning in an Interdisciplinary Context" - followed by Q&A

10:30 - 12:00 Parallel Session 1

1A: Communication & Language

- The Imagined Communities & Investment of English Language Learners in a Pakistani University (Tanzeela Anbreen)

- Dynamics of authenticity in English Language Clasroom (Erkan Kulekci)

- Learning to Write Academic English in Vietnam: The Perceptions, Genres, and Essay Writing Strategies of 10 Case Study Postgraduates (Michelle Evans)

1B: Communication & Language

- A Socio-Psycholinguistics Approach to Trilingual Codeswitching in Lebanon (May Zantout)

- Creating a Dialogue Space for Malaysian Secondary School Teachers and Students to Discuss Literature Lessons (Aireen Aina Bahari)

- Problems of English Language Education in Thailand at the Upper Secondary Level: The Perception of Thai EFL Teachers and Students in Bangkok (Napapach Padermprach)

1C: Spirituality, Criticality & Curriculum

- Bowing to Parents and Attitudes in Buddhist Teens (Phra Nicholas Thanissaro)

- A Hermeneutical Critical Policy Analysis of the Implementation of Assessment With Levels at Nethersole CofE Academy (Shailen Popat)

- Teaching and Learning as a Sacred Activity: An Ethnographic Study of Jerusalem's Educational Traditions (Isaac Calvert)

1D: Leading

- An Insight into Women Principals' Leadership in Malaysia: A Grounded Theory Approach (Sakinah binti Ahmad)

- A Study of Leadership in Secondary School in Seoul, the Republic of Korea: The Presepctives of New Headteachers on Their Role (Yoonjeong Lee)

- Exploring a policy-to-practice Context to Early Childhood Leadership in Singapore (Shaireen Selamat)

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch Break
13:30 - 15:00 Parallel Session 2

2A: Communication & Language (Teaching & Learning Strategies)

- The Role of Motivation and Vision in Understanding The Shift in Academic Reading Strategies Used by Malaysian ESL Undergraduates in a British University (Esther Jawing)

- Investigating Factors Influencing Willingness to Communicate in L2 (Hassan Syed)

- Metacognitive Strategy Instruction on Reading at Higher Education Level (Bushra Ahmed Khurram)

2B: Education, Criticality & Curriculum

- Who's History, Who's Education? An Interrogation of The Role of Non-Academics as Educators in the Field of Global History (Holly Winter)

- What Is Further Education Tutoring? An Exploratory Study of Level Three Tutoring Across Three English General Further Education Colleges (Steve Hannon)

- A Move Towards Inclusion: Opinion of Russian Teachers (Ekaterina Osipenko)

2C: New Media

- Design and Development of Instructional Material With the Ten Steps to Complex Learning Model: A Case Study of Interface Design Subject (Hazrati Husnin)

- Altruistic?: Exploring Activities in an Open Online Community of Independent Game Developers (Mohd Hafiz Md Hanif)

2D: Teaching & Learning

- Create to Learn: The Ghana Experience (Faustina Brew)

- Raising a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in Greece (Eirini Veroni)

- What Are We Watching When We Watch People Teaching? (Graeme Sutherland)

15:00 - 15:30 Poster Presentation & Coffee Break
15:30 - 16:00 Plenary Session & Closing Address