Education Conference of the Year - Don't Miss Out!
The 3rd International Conference on Modern Research in Education, Teaching and Learning will take place on August 20–22, 2021 in Dublin, Ireland. Bringing together academia, researchers, and scholars for three days of learning and networking, ICMETL 2021 is a must-attend event of the year. The program is designed to address the latest trends and common challenges in the field. Every presentation will feature unique insights into the most pressing topics, be it the role of technology in education, the cultural and geographical differences in approaches, the latest methodologies, and dozens of others.
To ensure that you have a rounded experience of the event, we will complement the learning aspects of the event with social activities, including a free guided tour of Dublin – one of the most beautiful cities in the world that plays a prominent role in the world’s economy and cultural development.
We look forward to welcoming many returning attendees as well as adding new members of the academia to our network. See you in Dublin!
20 _ 22 AUGUST 2021
Why you should add this education conference 2021 to your calendar
The only of all education conferences you should attend
Gathering leading academics for the international conference on education
Professor. Colette Murphy
- Trinity College Dublin
Professor Colette Murphy is director of STEM education research and communication in the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin. She has been a teacher educator for over 25 years, and researches science learning and teaching from early years to adulthood. She is a Vygotsky scholar and has recently submitted a manuscript of her book, Vygotsky and Science Education,to Springer Publishing.
Speech title: A critique of educational research
Assoc. Prof Jones Irwin
- Dublin City University
Jones Irwin is Associate Professor in Philosophy and Education. From 2014 until September 2019, he was seconded as Project Officer with NCCA on the multi-denominational curriculum in Community National Schools. He is also Subject Leader in Philosophy for Open Education, DCU, co-ordinator of the Values Education specialism on the EdD and the Chair of the Professional Diploma in Education. He has previously lectured at University of Warwick, UK, and Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick and has been Visiting Lecturer at the Universities of Warwick (2010/2013), Ljubljana, Slovenia (2010), Linköping, Sweden (2010/2013), Banska Bystrica, Slovakia (2015) and University of Catania, Sicily (2018/19). In 2020, he will be Visiting Fellow in Philosophy at Leeds University, UK.
Speech title: 21st Century Ethos for Education
Professor Vilma ŽYDŽIŪNAITĖ has Habilitated Doctor of Social Sciences and Education & Doctor of Medicine and Health Sciences, Nursing from Vytautas Magnus University, Education Academy and Institute of Educational Research, Kaunas, Lithuania. Vilma’s research is related to professional identity, leadership, competence assessment, teamwork in vocational training, higher education and school. She have published over 145 articles; 9 monographs; 29 books and textbooks. He gave over 140 scientific presentations at (inter)national conferences, conducted over 120 authorship seminars on research methodology and leadership.
Dr. Lukas Carey completed his Doctorate in education and has worked in the field for most of his career as a coach, teacher, trainer and educator. While filling a role in Australian local government he was charged with and convicted of receiving secret commissions and served time in prison. During and since Lukas’ incarceration, he developed a strong interest in the role that previously incarcerated people have in the development of policy and procedure in the justice system concerned with education and post-release employment. He is a strong advocate for the importance of Lived Experience in education and in reducing recidivism and international incarceration rates.
Dr. Rona Bušljeta Kardum, PhD is Asistent Professor at University of Zagreb, Faculty of Croatian Studies. She presented at many scientific confereneces in Croatia and abroad and published papers in domestic and international journals. Her research interest include lifelong education, didactis, teaching methodology, curriculum, and all aspects of textbooks.
International education conferences 2021: Why attend ICMETL
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland situated near the midpoint of the east coast in the province of Leinster. The city was originally founded as a Viking settlement and has gone through many transitions over the centuries. It is currently one of Europe’s major cities for industry and sciences and is the main hub for tech companies like Google, Facebook, and Airbnb. Though the city has a rich historical past, it is the youth and vibrancy of the capital of Ireland that offers so much to its visiting delegates. With its world-class museums, libraries, public parks, astonishing five-star restaurants, galleries, shops, and bars, Dublin offers each visitor options to suit their needs. Dublin has more green spaces per square kilometer than any other European capital city.
We would also like to offer the participants a one-day city tour free of charge. Great chance for participants to mingle around as well as appreciate the city of Dublin famous for its vibrant culture, architecture, Art scenes, and excellent cuisines. the organizing committee will offer the participants a city tour free of charge.
Registration Deadline13 August 2021