Keynote Speaker I
Prof. LIM, Cheolil
Seoul National University, South Korea
Lim, Cheolil is chair and professor of department of education and director of education research institute at Seoul National University. He is the president of Korean Society for Educational Technology and the vice president of the Academy of Creativity. Prof. Lim worked as Associate dean of Educational affairs, and Director of Center for Teaching and Learning at Seoul National University. He earned his Ph,D in educational technology at Indiana University. His recent research interests are focused on innovations in higher education such as flipped learning, MOOCs, and mobile learning. His research expertise include instructional systems design, interactive learning environments design, and interface design.
Keynote Speaker II
Prof. Tomokazu Nakayama
Jissen Women's University, Japan
T. Nakayama A. was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. Nakayama earned a bachelor degree in English Literature and Linguistics from Obirin University in 1991, and MA in TESOL at Teachers’ College Columbia University in 2001 and Ph.D. at Hiroshima University in 2013. He is specialized in learning science. His current research interests are English as an International Language (EIL) and development of new learning methods to promote proficiency of EIL learners. He developed VA shadowing method to improve Japanese EIL learners’ listening skills and the book on its mechanism will be released this year. Now he and his colleagues are developing the new method called Instant Translation method to promote proficiency of Japanese EIL learners. He is currently an associate professor at Jissen Women’s University in Tokyo and teaches English and English teacher training courses.
Keynote Speaker III
Prof. Shun Wing NG
University of St. Joseph, Macau
Prof. NG, Shun Wing is now Visiting Professor of School of Education at St.Joseph University. He is also Adjunct Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) of the Education University of Hong Kong. He has just retired from the post of the Head of Department of EPL. He graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and completed his Master and PhD Degrees in Education in University of Nottingham and University of Exeter respectively. He has been working collaboratively with the Hong Kong Education Bureau, Work Bank, University of Macau and many universities in the Chinese Mainland to organize various types of continuous professional development programmes for principals and teachers. Prof. Ng’s research interests include parental involvement in education, school management and leadership, education policy and change, higher education, citizenship education, etc. His article entitled Rethinking the Mission of Internationalization of Higher Education in Asia-Pacific Region published in the journal of Compare was awarded the “Annual IISE Best Article Award 2013” by the Institute for International Studies in Education (IISE) of the University of Pittsburgh.
Prof. Hui-Wen Vivian Tang
Ming Chuan University, Taiwan
Hui-Wen Vivian Tang Professor of the
Teacher Education Center of Ming Chuan University, Taiwan.
In 2007, she received an Ed.D degree from the educational
leadership program of Texas A & M University, Kingsville,
Her current research focuses on leadership development, emotional intelligence, cross-cultural studies, multiple criteria decision making and teacher education. She is currently the Chair of Teacher Education Center of Ming Chuan University, a lifelong member of the Emotional Intelligence Training and Research Institute (EITRI) organized by a collegial association located in Corpus Christi, Texas, USA, and formerly the chief editor of “Journal of Applied English”.
Prof. Tang’s recent publications include “Forecasting performance of Grey Prediction for education expenditure and school enrollment” published in 2012 by Economics of Education Review (SSCI), “On the fit and forecasting performance of grey prediction models for China’s labor formation” published in 2013 by Mathematical and Computer Modelling (SCI), “Constructing a competence model for international professionals in the MICE industry: An analytic hierarchy process approach” in 2014 by Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education (SSCI), “Developing a short-form measure of personal excellence for use among university students in Taiwan” in 2015 by Total Quality Management & Business Excellence (SSCI) and “Critical factors for implementing a programme for international MICE professionals: A hybrid MCDM model combining DEMATEL and ANP” in 2016 by Current Issues in Tourism (SSCI).
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