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

Online conference sessions are conducted via Zoom:

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 research, we would kindly ask all the participants to be active during all the sessions. 

Your feedback and reflections are also welcome to be forwarded to

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 Education and Technology. 

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 to make presentation and answer questions.

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

The presentation time is 15 minutes with 5 more minutes added for questions and discussions. 

The presenters should follow the timing and schedule of the conference.

Instructions for the Session Chairs

The Session Chairs are expected to:

  • Introduce presentations according to the program;
  • Monitor the presenting time;
  • Initiate discussions and questions;
  • Open and coordinate the links for the session;
  • 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.

Conference Discussions and Projections

To enhance the international collaboration and develop opportunities for further cooperation, we invite all the participants to join the conclusion session of the conference to discuss the presentations and explore future opportunities for projects and collaborative programs.

All expressed suggestions and ideas will be explored for further development and enhancing cooperation between institutions and researchers.

The tentative questions to kick out the discussion are as follows:

  1. What social / economic / educational needs are encountered in the countries / communities of the participants?
  1. Which current social / economic / educational needs can be targeted by the knowledge of the conference?
  1. What can be a suggested way to target the needs highlighted, considering the professional profile of the conference participants? 

The role of the Moderators of this session is to initiate and lead the discussion equally involving all the participants. 

The moderator should keep a record of the ideas and points of view expressed during the session.

July, 04, Thursday, 2024

Plenary Session

Session Chair:  Prof. Piet Kommers Netherlands

09.30 – 10.00

Opening of the VI ICPATME International Conference on Technology and Education

Prof. Dr. Iryna Sekret
IATELS Committee Chair 

10.00 – 10.40

AI in Education

Dr. Piet Kommers
University of Twente, Netherlands

10.40 – 11.00

Transforming Education Through Technology: Innovations, Trends and Future Directions

Dr. Kursad Kultur
Marmara University, Turkey

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yusuf Alpaydın
Marmara University, Turkey

11.00 – 11.20

Technological Utopias and Dystopias in Education: Exploring Future Scenarios

Assist. Prof. Dr. Shivam Bhartiya 
JAIN (Deemed-to-be University), India

11.20 – 11.40

Unlocking Education: Assessing the Impact of AI in Addressing Barriers to the Right to Education for Underprivileged Children in India

Dr. Abhijeet, Dhere
Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT World Peace University, Pune, India

11.40 – 12.00

Enhancing Quality Assurance and Technology Integration in Higher Education of Yemen through Collaboration with the European Commission

Dr.  Fahmi Banafa
President at Al-Adel University
Aden, Yemen

12.00 – 13.00

Noon Break

Session 1

Session Chair: Dr. Tomayess Issa
Faculty of Business and Law
Curtin University, Australia

13.00 – 13.20

The Use of e-Assessments by Independent Learners in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: A Follow-up Study

Dr. Tomayess Issa
Faculty of Business and Law at Curtin University, Australia

Dr. Mahnaz Hall Academic Capability Development Team in the Faculty of Business and Law, Curtin University Australia

13.20 – 13.40

Cyberbullying Victimization Among University Students: The Role of Human Cyber Resilience and Coping Strategies

Dr. Metin Kocaturk
Centre for Educational Research, Liverpool John Moores University (UK) / Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa, Turkey

Prof. Michael Thomas
Centre for Educational Research (CERES) at Liverpool John Moores University (UK) Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK

13.40 – 14.00


Assoc. Prof. SOLOMON OJO

14.00 – 14.20

Language Interference: Where Do Moroccan Learners of EFL Transfer from?  Do They Transfer from Moroccan Arabic or Standard Arabic? 

Slimane Khadraoui 

14.20 – 14.40

Modelling Teaching EFL with AI

Prof. Dr. Iryna Sekret
IATELS Committee Chair 

Session 2

Session Chair:  Dr. B. Mini Devi
University of Kerala, India

14.40 – 15.00 

Language Pedagogy in the Digital Age: Effective Strategies and Best Practices definition about learning and teaching in digital age

Assist. Prof. Dr. Kian Pishkar 
Vice President of Science and Technology 
I.A. Jieroft University, Iran

15.00 – 15.20 

Social and Cultural Impact of Online Education Among Tribal Children of Kerala: A Case Study

Dr. B. Mini Devi
Centre for Information Literacy Study University of Kerala, India

15.20 – 15.40

Examining Students’ Perception of Generative AI Technology in Learning

Dr. Rohini Balapum  Mr. Rubaiyet Khan  Dr. Mandeep Kaur
Curtin University, Perth,  Australia

15.40 – 16.00

Investigating the Effectiveness of AI-assisted Feedback in EFL Learners’ Self-regulated Speaking Practices for the IELTS Exam Preparation and Learners’ Perceptions

Hanieh Azizimajd
Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran

16.00 -16.20

What does Learner-Centered Pedagogy Look Like in Reimagining the Digital Classroom?

Assist. Prof., Dr. Ayşegül Liman-Kaban  Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul, Turkey

16.20 – 16.40

Conference Conclusions

Prof. Dr. Iryna Sekret
IATELS Committee Chair