教育創新國際學術研討會:教育發展與產學合作

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Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Maschke

Alanus Hochschule Institut für Waldorfpädagogik, Inklusion und Interkulturalität ,Germany

Title of Speech:

The Significance of Inclusion in Educational InnovationGeneral and Waldorf Perspectives

Dr. Thomas Maschke, Studied Special Needs Education/ Curative Education and Waldorf Pedagogy in Würzburg, Bremen and Stuttgart. Special Education teacher and Waldorf School teacher, worked for the Camphill Community School Brachenreuthe and the Kaspar Hauser School Überlingen as class teacher and principal from 1990 to 2014.

Position as Research Fellow at the Institute of Waldorf Pedagogy, Inclusion and Interculturality at the Mannheim Campus of Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences since 2014, in charge of Studies in Inclusive Education. Numerous publications and lecture activities, mainly in the fields of Inclusive Education, School development and Curative Education.

Main focus of research/Primary research interests: 1. Inclusive teaching of student groups with heterogenous/ diverse backgrounds: didactics and methodology for varied ways and means of differentiation. 2.Relevancy of diagnostic procedure methods in Special Needs Education for the development of an Inclusive theory of pedagogy/Inclusive pedagogy.

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Timothy TEO

 

School of Education at Murdoch University, Australia

Title of Speech:

IR4.0 and Its Role in Teacher Training for the Future

Timothy Teo (Ph.D.) is currently Professor of Education at Murdoch University (Australia). Previously, he was Distinguished Professor of Education at the University of Macau (China SAR), and Honorary Professor at the University of Auckland (New Zealand). His research interests are multi-disciplinary and include both substantive and methodological areas. These are Educational Psychology (Self-efficacy-teachers and students; Beliefs about teaching and learning;  Meta-cognition), ICT in Education (Technology acceptance and adoption; e-learning; digital natives), Music Education (Psychological processes of music teaching and learning), and Quantitative Methods (Psychometrics; Instrument development and validation; cross-cultural measurement; issues in survey development and administration; structural equation modeling; multilevel modeling; latent growth modeling). Timothy is chief editor of two international journals, The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (TAPER) and International Journal of Quantitative Research in Education (IJQRE) and sits in the editorial board of over 10 international journals. As an author, he has edited three books and written many book chapters and conference papers. To date, Timothy has published over 160 peer-reviewed journal articles, with 120 in highly-ranked SSCI journals including Computers and Education, Educational and Psychological Measurement, Interactive Learning Environment, Journal of computer Assisted Learning, British Journal of Educational Technology, Journal of Research in Music Education, Computers in Human Behavior, The Internet and Higher Education, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, and Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. His recent book, Handbook of Quantitative Methods in Education was released in 2014 and Timothy is currently editing books on researching technology acceptance and ICT in education.

 

 

 

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