Conference Schedule

Last updated at 1130 hrs, 23 November 2017 (GMT +8.00)

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Day 1 (27 November 2017)
9.00am-9.20am Registration
9.20am-9.30am Opening Remarks by Conference Chair
9.30am-10.30am Session 1

RESEARCH AS A CATALYST FOR STUDENT PREPARATION AND MOTIVATION: A CASE STUDY FROM THE CHEMICAL SCIENCES –  Grady HanrahanCalifornia Lutheran University, USA 

DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A CONTEXT-BASED CURRICULUM FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE – Krishnavani Shervani Pillay , Nelson Mandela University, South Africa 

Chaired by: Krishnavani Shervani Pillay

10.30am-11.00am Group Photography Session & Coffee Break
1100am-12.00pm Session 2

MATHEMATICAL WRITING ERRORS IN EXPOSITORY WRITINGS OF  COLLEGE MATHEMATICS STUDENTS  – Ivee K. Guce, De La Salle Lipa, Philippines 

WRITING DEVELOPMENT IN AN EFL UNIVERSITY CONTEXT  – Minoo AsdjodiZayed University, United Arab Emirates

Chaired by: Minoo Asdjodi

12.00pm-1.00pm Session 3

CONTRIBUTION OF PARTICIPATION ELEMENT TOWARDS OIL PALM FRESH FRUIT BUNCH (FFB) PRODUCTION AMONG INDEPENDENT SMALLHOLDERS IN JOHOR – Ainul Shazwin Sahidan, University Putra Malaysia & Malaysian Palm Oil Board 

ISLAMIC INFLUENCES IN THE NUSANTARA BATIK – Nanang Rizali , Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia

Chaired by: Nanang Rizali

1.00pm-2.00pm LUNCH
2.00pm-3.30pm Session 4

VIETNAMESE EFL TEACHER SELF-EFFICACY IN PRACTICE- Hoang Thi Thu Ha, Victoria University of Wellington , New Zealand 

ACADEMIC DISHONESTY AND PERSONAL FACTORS IN RELATION TO  ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS – Muslih Hambali & Soni Mirizon, Sriwijaya University, Indonesia 

 HUMAN PROBLEMS IN BATIK MOTIFS – Bani Sudardi , Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia 

Chaired by: Muslih Hambali

3.30pm-4.00pm Poster Q&A and Afternoon Coffee Break

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GENDER-RELATED WORDS IN A PARALLEL CORPORA OF ‘BUMI MANUSIA’  – Lalitia Apsari, University of Indonesia 

INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING MODELS  – Nirvana Bechan, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa 

Chaired by: Lokman Abd Wahid

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Day 2 (28 November 2017)
8.30am-9.00am Registration
9.00am-10.00pm Session 5

TEACHING TOWARDS GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES: HOW MUCH DOES THIS APPROACH HELP GRADUATES WITH EMPLOYABILITY?  – Thanh Pham, Monash University, Australia 

TWO DECADES OF CURRICULUM TRANSFORMATION: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT AND WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?  – Sylvan Blignaut, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa 

Chaired by: Thanh Pham

10.00am-10.30am Coffee Break
10.30am-12.00pm Session 6

APPROACH TO ECONOMICS AND NEUROECONOMICS THROUGH YOUR CHOICE: GUIDELINES FOR PROBLEM SOLVING  – Hiromi Fujimori, Ochanomizu University, Japan 

DEVELOPING VOICES THROUGH THE USE OF CANVAS – Mayyer Ling, Universiti Brunei Darussalam 

LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE OF A MULTI-LINGUAL COMMUNITY IN MALAYSIA – Soon Chiow Thai, University of Malaysia Sabah 

Chaired by: Mayyer Ling

12.00pm-1.00pm LUNCH
1.30pm-9.30pm City Tour and Dinner Cruise

  • Gather at Liberty Central Hotel Lobby 
  • War Remnants Museum 
  • Reunification Palace 
  • Central Post Office 
  • Notre-Dame Cathedral 
  • Dong Khoi Street  
  • Opera House 
  • Saigon River Cruise (Dinner) 
  • Return to Liberty Central Hotel Lobby 

Please visit https://icsai.org/iclehi8/tour-itinerary/ for booking and more information. 

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