5th International Conference on Education and Technologies

“Pedagogical Advances in Technology-Mediated Education”


Conference PROGRAM

The program is scheduled according to Europe/Istanbul Turkey Time Zone

The conference program is prepared in a blended mode to provide opportunities for in-person and online participants to present their studies and learn more about their colleagues’ research from other countries. 

Online conference sessions are conducted via Google Meet:


Instructions for the Conference participants

1. Please check the time difference between the time in Turkey and your local time to be able to join the sessions timely and not to miss the time of your presentation.

2. As our main aim is to establish an interactive and productive working environment where all participants can find a place for their self-presentation and establishing ties for future collaboration in international projects and programs, we would kindly ask all the participants to be active during the sessions with their questions and suggestions on the topics of the presentations. 

Your feedback and reflections are also welcome to be forwarded to patme.iatels@gmail.com

We believe that participating in the conference is not a final destination but a way to new projects and collaborative opportunities

We work to make ICPATME Conference an international platform for more collaborative projects and programs within Social Sciences, Education, Technology and Research. 

That is why all suggestions, ideas, initial plans and intentions are welcome to share at our interactive sessions to give them a way within future international projects and programs or to send via email to our organising committee for their further processing. 

Please use the time of ICPATME sessions to look for more collaborative opportunities in our international team. 

Instructions for Speakers

All speakers have 20 minutes of their time in the program. 

This time is longer than in traditional conferences due to the aim to give our participants an opportunity not only to present their topics, but also to receive feedbacks from their colleagues and hold a discussion after each presentation.

We believe that the more personal interaction is going to be during the session, the more productive and better outcomes we are going to receive after the conference. 

During the Question-Answer time after the presentation, the speaker can disclose the topic even more when answering questions from the participants. 

At the same time, the participants can get more knowledge and information when interacting with the presenter on the issues they are particularly interested in.

The duration of the presentation is 10 – 15 minutes the most, leaving at least 5 minutes for questions and discussion after each presentation.

Before speaking on the topic of the presentation, the speakers must present themselves, their affiliation, professional area and research interests.

Instructions for the Session Chairs

The Session Chairs are expected to:

  • Introduce presentations according to the program;
  • Monitor the presenting time (15 minutes the most);
  • Initiate discussions and questions after each presentation (5 minutes). In case there are no questions from the audience, they should ask their own questions to the presenter and encourage group discussion;
  • Watch the timing of in-person and online presenters;
  • Facilitate interaction between online and in-person participants to make those who are not present personally feel fully integrated in the work of the session;
  • Open and coordinate the links for the session to be broadcasted online;
  • Support interaction between participants, give ideas, suggestions and all other props to enhance  the interaction during the session. 

The session chairs are also invited to give their written reflective feedback on the work of their sessions and research presented. 

Their reflective feedback will be  published at the conference platform under their authorship.

June, 23, Friday, 2023

Plenary Session

Session Chair:  Prof. Dr. Iryna Sekret IATELS Committee Chair  STARTINFORUM Turkey

10.00 – 10.20

Opening of the 5th ICPATME International Conference on Education and Technologies “Pedagogical Advances in Technology-Mediated Education”

Prof. Dr. Iryna Sekret, IATELS Committee Chair  STARTINFORUM Turkey

10.20 – 10.40

Welcoming Speech and Greetings From  Galgotias University (India) Greetings from Galgotias University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

Prof (Dr) Anuradha Parasar Dean, School of Liberal Education Galgotias University India

Speeches and DISCUSSIONS

Session Chair:  Assist. Prof., Dr. Sumei WU  Beijing Normal University, China

10.40 – 11.00

Artificial Intelligence: Policies, Regulations, Implementations

Prof. Dr. Iryna Sekret IATELS Committee Chair  STARTINFORUM Turkey

11.00 – 11.20

Maintaining Academic Integrity in the Era of Generative Artificial Intelligence through Teamwork Assessment

Dr. Tomayess Issa  Dr. Mahnaz Hall Curtin University Australia

11.20 – 11.40

Exploring the Integration of Mixed-Reality Simulations in the Professional Development of Content-Area Teachers of English Learners

Assist. Prof., Dr. Sumei WU  Beijing Normal University, China

11.40 – 12.00

Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Applying ChatGPT and 360 VR Videos to Enhance Their Job Interview Skills: An Exploratory Case Study

Prof. Dr. Hui-Wen HUANG Shaoguan University, Guangdong China
Assist. Prof., Dr. Sumei WU  Beijing Normal University China
Dr. Tsung-Shu CHANG Shaoguan University, Guangdong China

12.00 – 12.20

Phd survival kit in the age of a pandemic: A narrative of procrastination and adaptation

Assist. Prof. Saloni Srivastava Galgotias University India

June, 24, Saturday, 2023 


Speeches and Discussions

Session Chair:  Dr. Javier Zavala-Rayas Zacatecas Autonomous University Mexico

9.30 – 10.00

AI and Ethics: Psychosocial Perspective 

Dr. Javier Zavala-Rayas  Zacatecas Autonomous University Mexico

10.00 – 10.20

Exculpatory Evidence in Adversarial Investigative Custody

Dr. Aaditya GORE
Prof (Dr) Anuradha PARASAR Galgotias University India

10.20 – 10.40

Reflections on Ethical Issues of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Science:  Advancements, Ethical Controversies, and Future Directions

Dr. Tsung-Shu CHANG,
Prof. Dr. Hui-Wen HUANG, Shaoguan University, Guangdong China

10.40 – 11.00

Artificial intelligence and the Job Nexus

Assist. Prof. Raghib Nadeem Galgotias University India

11.00 – 11.30

Round Table Discussion:  Conclusions and Perspectives

Prof. Dr. Iryna Sekret IATELS Committee Chair STARTINFORUM  Turkey