The Center for Global Curriculum Studies of Seattle Pacific University announces its 2017 Symposium: Educational Innovations in Countries around the World. The Symposium will be held June 28 - 30 on the campus of Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, Washington.

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2017
Wednesday, June 28th
10:00 AM

A Korean Case of Educational Innovation for an English-Mediated Introductory English Linguistics Course Under a ‘Flipped Learning’ Approach

Sung-Ho Gyemyong Ahn, Hanyang University, South Korea

10:00 AM

A Mixed Methods Investigation of Parental Expectation and Parent-Child Relationship Among Chinese Family Groups

Sharon Chiang, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM

A Proposed Vision for the Role of Academic Department Heads to Achieve the Organizational Justice in College of Education at King Khalid University

Mofareh Alkrdem, King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia

10:00 AM

A Qualitative Meta-analysis of MALL Research and Design on Curriculum Integration

Shu-Mei Gloria Chwo, HungKuang University, Taiwan

10:00 AM

Cyberbullying in a multicultural society: The case of Israel

Naom Lapidot-Lefler, Oranim Academic College for Education, Israel & Max Stern Academic College of Yezreel Valley, Israel

10:00 AM

Democracy in Education?: Notes on Finnish school system, Phenomenon-based Learning and Critical Reading Skills

Johanna Pentikäinen, University of Helsinki, Finland

10:00 AM

Editorial Challenges of International Online Dialogues on Education – Illustrated by the Example of www.ide-journal.org

Reinhard Golz, University of Magdeburg, International Online Dialogues on Education, Germany

10:00 AM

“House Fathers” and “People of the Fields” in Art and Folk Literature since the Reformation

Richard D. Scheuerman, Seattle Pacific University
Arthur Ellis, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM

Impact of Reflective Assessment on Student Learning: Best-Evidence Synthesis from Twelve Quantitative Studies

David W. Denton, Seattle Pacific University
John B. Bond, Seattle Pacific University
Arthur K. Ellis, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM

Innovations in the Management of School Discipline in Secondary Schools in Cameroon: A Study of Government Secondary Schools in Fako Division

Nnane Ebah Ndode, Ministry of Secondary Education, Government Secondary High School, Muea-Buea, Cameroon

10:00 AM

International Faculty Members in Chinese Leading Universities: Who are they and what roles do they play?

Futao Huang, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Higher Education, Japan

10:00 AM

Morphological Awareness of Advanced Chinese ESL Learners and their Vocabulary Knowledge

Xu Bian, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM

Producing an Open Textbook: A Case Study

Marianna Richardson, Brigham Young University
Kurt Sandholtz, Brigham Young University
Lisa Thomas, Brigham Young University

10:00 AM

Russian youth national heroes: Surprising but predictable choices

Tatyana Tsyrlina-Spady, Seattle Pacific University
Polina Palekhova, Moscow Banking School of the Central Bank of Russia

10:00 AM

Supporting Pre-Service Mentor Teachers: Analyzing the Design & Efficacy of a New Curriculum

Jill R. Heiney-Smith, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM

The future focus of K-12 education in Taiwan

Ching-Shan Wu, University of Taipei, Taiwan
Ling-Yi Wang, National Academy for Educational Research, Taiwan

10:00 AM

The Relationship between Principals’ Self-Efficacy and the Organizational Citizenship Behavior of Teachers

Abdulaziz Alshaikh, Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia

10:00 AM

The Role of Spirituality in Psychological Adjustment among College Students

Munyi Shea, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM

Title: Flipped Learning in Freshmen English Classrooms of a Korean STEM High School

June Hyun, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM

Ukrainian Universities on the Way to New Quality

Igor Kotsan, Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European University, Ukraine
Anna Volodymyrivna Liakisheva, Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European University, Ukraine

10:00 AM

Using PTS as an innovative pedagogy: case study from a culinary school in Taipei

Robin Jung Cheng Chen, National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan
Sophia Shi Huei Ho, National University of Taipei, Taiwan

10:00 AM

What’s the Word? Using Effective Vocabulary, Academic Language & Comprehension Skills to Improve Literacy Instruction for English Learners

Jorge Preciado, Seattle Pacific University

10:00 AM