Thematic Sections

Thematic Sections & Thematic Section Leaders

The topics covered by the conference include, but are not limited to:

Adolescent Growth and Development: Exploring AI's impact on cognitive and socio-emotional development in adolescents, fostering a deeper understanding of how technology influences young minds.
Section Leader: Ann-Katrin Swärd, Associate Professor
Institution: Department of Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Arts Education: Discover how AI-driven tools and content curation can enrich arts education, opening new avenues for creativity and expression in the digital age.
Section Leader: Lori Simmons, Professor
Institution: Psychology Department, Widener University, US

Assessment and Evaluation: Delve into the realm of automating assessment and evaluation processes with AI, from grading assignments to data analysis, revolutionizing educational measurement.
Section Leader: Anita Welch, Professor
Institution: College of Education, Wayne State University, US

Continuing Education: Explore AI-powered lifelong learning, where personalized pathways and professional development opportunities are tailored to individual needs, promoting ongoing growth.
Section Leader: Kristi Köiv, Associate Professor
Institution: Institute of Education, University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia

Counseling Psychology: Investigate the role of AI in counseling and mental health support, where virtual therapists and AI-driven interventions aid emotional well-being.
Section Leader: Kevin Michael Watson, Ph.D. Candidate
Institution: Academy of Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary, Canada

Distance Learning: Uncover the potential of AI-enhanced distance learning, including adaptive platforms and content delivery methods that facilitate remote education.
Section Leaders: Petra Besedová, PhDr., PhD. & Jana Ondráková, doc., PhDr., PhD.
Institution: Department of German Language and Literature, University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

Education and Technology: Stay at the forefront of education with discussions on cutting-edge AI in the field, from virtual assistants to innovative applications that redefine teaching and learning.
Section Leader: Tatiana Nikolaevna Bokova, Professor
Institution: Department of Teaching English and Business Communication, Moscow City University, Russia

Educational Psychology:
Discover how AI and educational psychology synergize to enhance learning, motivation, and cognitive processes, enriching educational practices.
Section Leader: Michel Hogenes, Ph.D.
Institutions: The Hague University of Applied Sciences; and Codarts, University of the Arts, The Netherlands

Effective Teaching Practices:
Explore the realm of AI for effective teaching, where personalized instruction, differentiated learning, and real-time feedback empower educators.
Section Leaders: Heikki Ruismaki, Ph.D. & Inkeri Ruokonen
Institution: Department of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki, Finland

Higher Education: Gain insights into AI's profound impact on higher education, from research advancements to virtual labs and faculty support.
Section Leaders: James Ogunleye, PhD & Gordon Ade Ojo, PhD
Institutions: Middlesex University, UK & The University of Greenwich, UK

Learning Theories: Connect AI with various learning theories, including constructivism, behaviorism, and connectivism, exploring how technology aligns with pedagogical paradigms.
Section Leader: Jeya Amantha Kumar, Ph.D.
Institution: Centre for Instructional Technology and Multimedia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia