ONLINE LEARNING IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
The rapid growth of education services across international borders, seen in recent years, is expected to continue in the future. This growth demands the attention of policy makers, researchers, academics and other interested groups.
The Centre for Research in International Education (CRIE) was established a decade ago, in order to provide a forum for discussion, conferences, research, publication, collaboration, etc in the field of education.
Dr Joyce Koh Hwee Ling, National Institute of Education, Singapore “Creating 21st century learning experiences through online learning with TPACK and design thinking”
CRIE conference 2018 – Auckland Institute of Studies, New Zealand
Dr Ershad Ali – Senior Lecturer, Business Online and distance education in Bangladesh: The teacher’s perspective
Professor Norman Herr
Workshop: Continuous formative assessment (CFA) during blended and online instruction using cloud-based collaborative documents
Professor Geetha Subramaniam and Lecturer Saida Parvin
Sunil Lakhani – Senior Lecturer at AIS “The ideal blend of face-to-face and online learning for international students”
Pii-Tuulia Nikula, Jonathan Sibley and Xiang Gao
“Online simulations as a way to increase collaboration, engagement and real life problem solving? International student perspectives
Pii-Tuulia Nikula, Jonathan Sibley & Xiang Gao “Online simulations as a way to increase collaboration engagement and real-life problem solving? International student perspectives.
CRIE conference 2018 at Auckland Institute of Studies, New Zealand
Dr Victoria Russell, Valdosta State University USA CRIE conference 2018 at Auckland Institute of Studies, New Zealand