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Opening Ceremony

  • Welcome Address
    Gwang-Jo Kim, Director, UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education
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  • Keynote Speech
    Jurin Laksanavisit, Minister of Education, Thailand
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  • Rising in the Assumed Silence
    Wei Yu, Vice Chairperson of China Association of Science and Technology, People’s Republic of China
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ng-Jo Kim, Director, UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education

Raja Roy Singh Lecture

  • Educational Technology for Creativity, Collaboration and Community
    Benjamin B. Bederson, Associate Professor Computer Science, University of Maryland, USA and Co-Founder, International Children’s Digital Library, USA
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Plenary Sessions

Plenary Session I: ICT in Education Policy, Plan and Monitoring

  • ICT in Education: Key Questions for the Future
    Gwang-jo Kim, Director, UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Thailand
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  • Technology in Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning
    Shelly Esque, Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs and Director, Corporate Affairs Group, INTEL Corporation, USA
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  • How Do We Know What We Know? International Updates on the Development of ICT in Education Indicators
    Mike Trucano, Senior ICT and Education Policy Specialist, the World Bank, USA
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Plenary Session II: The Role of ICT in Teaching and Learning

  • ICT-supported Networks of Innovation: A Lever for Sustainable Educational Transformation
    Nancy Law, Professor and Head of Information Technology Studies, University of Hong Kong, SAR Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China
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  • The Role of ICT in Teaching and Learning: Past, Present and Future Perfect
    Jonathan Anderson, Emeritus Professor, Flinders University, Australia
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  • At the Point of Learning: Maine’s One-to-One Learning Program
    Jeff Mao, Learning Technology Policy Director, Maine Department of Education, USA
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Plenary Session III: The Role of ICT in Higher Education, Open and Distance Learning and Open Educational Resources

  • The Broad Use of ICTs in the Learning Support Services: Practices and Explorations in Modern Distance Learning at Shanghai TV University
    Chen Xin, Vice President, Shanghai TV University, People’s Republic of China
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  • E-Learning in Higher Education of Korea: Implications for e-Learning in Asian Countries
    Jung Keun Lim, Vice President, Kyung Hee Cyber University, Republic of Korea
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  • ICTs in Higher Education: Who Stands to Gain?
    Asha Kanwar, Vice President, Commonwealth of Learning, Canada
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Plenary Session IV: Using ICT to Promote Non-formal Education and Life Long Learning

  • Can Distance Education Really Deliver Social Learning?
    Mary Thorpe, Professor, Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, United Kingdom
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  • Using ICT to Promote Non-formal Education and Life Long Learning
    Anita Dighe, Director, Directorate of Distance Learning, India
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  • KNOU Mobile Learning for Innovation in Distance Learning
    Tae-Rim Lee, Professor, Korea National Open University, Republic of Korea
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Closing Ceremony

Concurrent Sessions

1A: Developing ICT in Education Policies and Master Plans

  • 1.A.1. Systematic Development of Master and Action Plans for ICT in Education
    Om Sethy, Sok Tha, Javier Sola and Chantheng Heng
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  • 1.A.2. Policy Analysis Integration of ICT in Education in Viet Nam: Translation and
    Implementation in Teacher Education

    Jef Peeraer, Tran Nu Mai Thy and Tran Thi Thai Ha
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  • 1.A.3. Developing ICT in Education Policies and Master Plans
    Hawa Said
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1B: 21st Century Teacher Professional Development

  • 1.B.1. Rebooting and Retooling: Toward a 21st Century System of Professional Development
    Mary Catherine Burns and Petra Bodrogini
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  • 1.B.2. ICT Integration in Pedagogical Practices During Initial Teacher Training in Chile: Can We Expect New Teachers to Perform Well in 21st Century Classrooms?
    Mario Brun and J. Enrique Hinostroza
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1C: Blended Learning in Practice

  • 1.C.1. Bridging the Gap Between Cyber and Traditional Universities
    Daisy A. Price
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  • 1.C.2. Developing Integrated Blended Learning in Science Education: TSOI Hybrid Learning Model
    Mun Fie Tsoi
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1D: ICT Literacy and Life Long Learning

  • 1.D.1. Using ICT to Promote Literacy and Life Long Learning
    Ichiro Miyazawa
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  • 1.D.2. Using ICT to Promote Literacy and Life Long Learning: The Malaysian Experience
    Syed Abu Bakar Syed Hassan
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  • 1.D.3. Strategies for Large Scale Digital Content Development
    Jose Lloyd David Espiritu
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1E: Ensuring the Quality of ICT in Education: Certification, Standards and Assessment

  • 1.E.1. An International Computer Skills Certification to Promote Effective Management and Applications of ICT in Schools
    Tina Wu
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  • 1.E.2. Invest, Monitor, and Measure: The Quest for the Impact of ICT in Education
    Norrizan Razali
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  • 1.E.3. Automatic Marking System for Formative Assessment
    Siwanan Boonprasert and Manit Boonprasert
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1F: The Role of the Private Sector in Promoting ICT in Education

  • 1.F.1. Preparing the Next generation of Teachers
    Asariah Binti Mior Shaharuddin
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  • 1.F.2. How to Achieve Successful Transforming from F2F to Online - A Case Study on TEO
    Program

    Yan Hanbing
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  • 1.F.3. eInstruction
    Alice Young
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2A: Promoting Effective School Management through ICT in Education: Lessons from Malaysia

  • 2.A.1. Effective School Management System using ICT in Education: Educational Resource
    Management in Malaysia

    Lucia Quek Sai Gearn
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  • 2.A.2. The Use of an Open Source Software in Promoting Effective Educational Management
    and Leadership Training

    Norazah Nordin
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  • 2.A.3. eSekolah: The Usability of School Management Application in Primary Schools from
    Malaysia’s Perspective

    Anuar bin Mohd Yusof and Hew Soon Hin
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2B: Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers: Challenges and Achievements

  • 2.B.1. Insights from UNESCO’s Next Generation of Teachers Project
    Miao Fengchun
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  • 2.B.2. Information and Communication Technology Training Curriculum for Pre-service Teachers in Malaysian Public Universities: Challenges in Preparing Next Generation of
    Teachers

    Balakrishnan Muniandy
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2C: Enhancing the Quality of Higher Education through ICT

  • 2.C.1. Pedagogy, Technology and Value in Higher Education
    Yvonna Zou
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  • 2.C.2. Innovation in Borderless Distance Learning of English: The Philippines as a Global Leader
    Robert S. Keitel
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2D: Capitalizing on Social Networking for Collaborative Learning

  • 2.D.1. The Use of Online Social Networking Software Among Malaysian Teenagers
    Zarina Samsudin
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  • 2.D.2. Exploring CSCL Environment of EU-SUPPORT Social Network towards Self-Regulated
    Learning Behaviours, Sustainability Behaviours and Learners’ Attitudes by Mixed Methods

    Salubsri Charoenwet and Sharifah Norhaidah Syed Idros
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  • 2.D.3. Repurposing Social Networking Technologies to Encourage Pre-service Teacher
    Collaboration in Online Communities: A Mixed Methods Study

    Michael James Moroney
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2E: Visual Literacy and Visualization to Enhance Multimedia Teaching and Learning

  • 2.E.1. Research and Development of Innovative Teacher Education and Training Programme Models to Support the ICT as a Tool and ICT Integration into Pedagogy
    Fumihiko Shinohara, Shigeru Aoki and Makoto Onishi
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  • 2.E.2. Research on EVC-based Simulation Platform for Practical Training in TVET
    Lou Jianlie
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2F: World Bank Session: Impact of ICT and Education: Views from the African Development Bank (AfDB) and South Korea

  • ICT Infrastructure and Training: A Prerequisite for Computer Assisted Education in South Saharan Africa
    Alexis de Roquefeuil, Lead Knowledge Specialist, AfDB
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  • Korea’s ICT Impact in Education
    Inn Sook Lee, Professor, Sejong University, Korea
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3A: Implementing ICT in Education Policies: Experiences from Three Countries

  • 3.A.1. ICT Literacy Programme: The Malaysian Experience
    Ali bin Ab. Ghani, Sofian Azmi bin Tajul Arus and Hajar Mohd. Nor
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  • 3.A.2. The Use of ICT in Teacher Training: Nepal’s Experience
    Usha Dixit
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  • 3.A.3. ICT-based Education in Schools: Emerging Business Models in India
    Vidyashankar Gourishankar and Prakash L. Sai
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3B: The Impact of ICT Teacher Education Programmes

  • 3.B.1. Impact of Pre-service Teacher Training: A Case Study of Teacher Education Programme in Indonesia
    Obert Hoseanto, Stien Johanna Matakupan, Kartika Yulianti, Susilowaty Margono and Caesilia Ika Widanti
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  • 3.B.2. Impact Evaluation of the Intel(R) Teach to the Future
    Chong Seong Toh
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  • 3.B.3. Advancing on ICT-based Professional Skills for Teachers
    Sombath Eath, Tha Sok, Javier Sola and Piseth Kheng
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3C: Higher Education Networks and Learning Environment

  • 3.C.1. Issues and Challenges of Global Studio Network for Transforming Higher Education
    Byung Ro Lim and Eun Hee Shin
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  • 3.C.2. MYUOC, the New Open Source Platform that Provides as Many Learning Environments as Users
    Eva Loste Madoz, Llorenç Valverde, Magí Almirall, Eva de Lera, Francesc Santanach and Xavi Aracil
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  • 3.C.3. The Challenge of Building a Global Classroom in the Asia Pacific: A Case Study of an Online Virtual Academy
    Rachel Tang
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3D: Learning Styles and Capability: Implications for Online Learning

  • 3.D.1. Emotions: The Forgotten Key of Success in Online Learning
    Eva de Lera
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  • 3.D.2. Cognition of Varied Learning Capability groups in On-line System
    Lolita Victorio Sicat
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  • 3.D.3. How Learners Respond to Computer Based Learning Material Based on Modality Learning Style?
    Razali Hassan
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3E: The Role of the Private Sector in Promoting ICT in Education: Part 2

  • 3.E.1. Student Motivation, ICT and the Future of Learning
    John Guy Collick
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  • 3.E.2. Interactive Teaching and Learning with Low-cost Interactive Smart Boards
    Do Huy Thinh, Vo Tan Dung and Dinh Gia Bao
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  • 3.E.3. Impact of Cisco Networking Academy Participation on the Growth of Networked Readiness for Developing Nations
    Shawn Stockford and Donna Wright
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4A: ICT Competencies of Teachers

  • 4.A.1. Educating Teachers for Leadership in the Age of the Internet
    Kokila Roy Katyal
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  • 4.A.2. Developing a Curriculum for ICT-Based Professional Skills
    Va Vuthy, Adam Mallord, Javier Solá and Be Chantra
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4B: Collaborative Learning: Technologies, Tools and Networks

  • 4.B.1. Multicultural Exchange and Distant Communication Technologies: Designing Solutions for the Global Education for Younger Generations
    Marcos Sadao Maekawa, Takehiro Suzuki, Wakako Satake and Keiko Okawa
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  • 4.B.2. An Annotation-enhanced Online Discussion Forum: Design and Usage
    Cindy Xin, Geof Glass, Andrew Feenberg, Hong Pei Liu and Xue Rong Gou
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  • 4.B.3. Collaborative Educational Content Development Using Google For Educators and Social Network
    Mohd Nazri Md. Saad
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4C: Developing Online Learning Programmes and Environment

  • 4.C.1. The Integration of ICTs in an Open Distance Learning Environment: Lessons to be Learnt
    Desmond Vincent Roberts
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  • 4.C.2. eSkwela Project
    Maria Melizza Tan
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4D: Enhancing Higher Order Thinking through ICT for Teaching and Learning

  • 4.D.1. Fostering Higher Order Thinking through Glogster
    Nazirah Mat Sin, Azira Ab Aziz and Peter Charles Woods
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  • 4.D.2. The Development Training Model for High Order Abilities
    Qiong Wang and Liu Ling
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  • 4.D.3. Development and Evaluation of Computer-based Lectures on Problem Solving Mathematics
    Noel Juan Petero
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4E: Innovative Integration of ICT into Different Subject Areas

  • 4.E.1. Empowering Teachers through ICT – A Case Study
    Louis Vernal
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  • 4.E.2. Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers: Educating towards Literacy in Culture through ICT
    Hyeran Yang
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  • 4.E.3. Integrate the Digital Mindmapping into Teaching and Learning Psychology
    Bang Khanh Nong, Tuan Pham Anh and Thy Nu Mai Tran
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4F: World Bank Session: Trends in Monitoring and Evaluation of ICT in Education
Where are we going, and where have we been? Dr. Okchun Park, Senior Researcher at the
U.S. Department of Education, looks at the past, present and future of efforts to monitor and
evaluate the use of technology in education.

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5A: Modalities for Teachers’ Professional Development

  • 5.A.1. Effective Integration of ICT in Education: ICT Capacity Building vs. Sustained Professional Development of Teachers
    Anjlee Prakash
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  • 5.A.2. Mind of Quest and Self-learning Abilities for Teachers in the Computer Age
    Yoshinori Tabata
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  • 5.A.3. What Makes Teachers’ ICT-supported Resource Centers Effective, Affordable and Sustainable?
    Bernadette Robinson
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5B: Blog and Wiki for Collaborative Learning

  • 5.B.2. Wiki as Collaborative Learning Tools for Knowledge Sharing: Shifting the Education Landscape
    Norhisham Mohamad Nordin
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  • 5.B.3. Lessons Learned from the Uses of Blog Multiply.com in Teaching Processes at UPSI Malaysia
    Supli Effendi Rahim
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5C: Improving Attitudes and Motivation in Using ICT for Teaching and Learning

  • 5.C.1. Enhancing Self-Regulatory Motivational Strategies through e-Portfolios
    Sadiah Baharom
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  • 5.C.2. Peer-reviewing Integration of ICT in Teaching Practice: Are Vietnamese Teacher Educators Ready to Learn from Each Other?
    Nguyen Ngoc Anh, Jef Peeraer and Tran Nu Mai Thy
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  • 5.C.3. ICT Academic Uses at University: Students Culture and Academic Performance
    Josep M. Duart and Jonatan Castaño
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5D: Designing Innovative Approaches and Technologies to Reach Out to Children and Youth

  • 5.D.1. Bridging the Early Childhood Education Gap: Exploring the Potential of Interactive Radio Instruction in Indonesia
    Andrea Osborne-Smith
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  • 5.D.2. Innovations for Quality Teaching and Learning through ICT
    Sudhir Bhatnagar
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  • 5.D.3. HARSH Exhibition on Healthy Sexuality
    Philip Bergstrom
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5E: ICT in Education Teacher Training Resources

  • 5E: ICT in Education Teacher Training Resources
    Hartfried Schmid
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