Prof. Xueyuan Wang, Harbin University of Science and Technology, China
Research Area: Strategy and Innovation Management; Engineering Management
Title: Analysis of Knowledge Management Influence on Manufacturing Enterprise Performance
Xueyuan Wang, Ph.D., Ph.D. Supervisor, third-level professor, postdoctoral fellow at Harbin Institute of Technology, and visiting scholar at the University of Birmingham, UK. Heilongjiang Province Youth Academic Backbone, Top-notch Talents, Outstanding Young Academic Backbone of the Academy, and the Fifth Provincial Returned Scholars Award. National Nature and National Social Sciences Peer Review Experts, Provincial Applied Technology Project Review Experts, Provincial National Economic and Social Development Expert Database Experts, Provincial New Think Tank High-end Talent Pool Experts, etc., "Journal of Environmental Management", "System Engineering Theory and Practice" , "China Science and Technology Forum" and other domestic and foreign journal review experts, director of China Technology Incubation and Innovation Ecology Society, executive director of Heilongjiang Management Science and Engineering Society, and director of Heilongjiang Management Society.
Project applicants presided over 16 projects, including National Natural Science Foundation Youth Project, Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences, Provincial Natural Science Foundation, Provincial Soft Science, Provincial Social Science, Provincial Youth Backbone Project, National and Provincial Postdoctoral Programs, Top-notch University Talents, etc. , Participated in more than 30 projects including the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the National Soft Science Project. Published more than 90 academic papers in important journals such as "Science Research", "Scientific Research Management", "Science of Science and Science and Technology Management", including 12 journals designated by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and 10 journal articles from SCI and EI. More than 70 papers were retrieved by SCI, EI and CSSCI, and 8 papers were collected or edited in full text from the National People's University of China's photocopy materials and Xinhua Digest. Participated in the writing of "Management Dictionary" by Central Literature Press; 2 monographs and 2 co-authors, won the second prize of Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award, the first prize of Provincial Social Science Award, the Ministry of Education's Scientific Research Outstanding Achievement Award, and the Provincial Society There are 9 provincial and ministerial awards including the second prize of science and technology, 1 provincial outstanding master's thesis award, and 6 provincial university science and technology awards. Participated in providing more than 30 consulting reports for Heilongjiang provincial government management departments, obtained 2 provincial approvals, and obtained acceptance and application certificates from Heilongjiang Provincial Department of Science and Technology, Heilongjiang Provincial Science and Technology Park Office, Heilongjiang Provincial Science and Technology Information Center, Dongan, Harbin Pharmaceutical, etc. .
A. Prof. Ahmed El-Hashash, Zhejiang University-University of Edinburgh joint Institute Zhejiang International Campus, China
A. Prof. Ahmed El-Hashash, a fellow of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) and New York University Medical School (MSSM), USA.
Research Area: Stem Cell Behavior、Regenerative Medicine
Title: E-learning Initiatives and Strategies To Support Student Education and Engagement
As COVID-19 pandemic spreads worldwide, there has been an increasing move towards E-learning/online teaching as high education universities/schools shut. Effective E-learning/online teaching, which are types of digital learning, depends on educator’s learning experiences and appropriately designed course. Even for experienced educators, E-learning/online teaching currently presents challenges. However, with the right knowledge, proper instructional designs and pedagogical practices, educators can overcome the hurdles presented by E-learning/online teaching and developing more effective online courses that ensure both high retention rates and positive learning outcomes. To achieve that, Herein, we described effective E-learning/online teaching strategies supporting student online learning, including better design of course contents by well-prepared instructors, more motivated and effective instructor-student interactions, employing powerful instructional learning strategies, and creating efficient E-learning/online learning community. We found that active engagements of students with their instructor(s) and classmates, both course contents and management tools, and teaching technology largely influence the success of teaching courses online. Also, Interactive teaching/learning activities include student responding to lesson’s information, seeking appropriate instructor’s feedbacks and reflecting on them, and acting to effectively tailor personal learning experiences. In addition, E-learning/online learning environment promotes more effective interactions than those in face-to-face learning, since this environment helps students to critically evaluate their understanding of the course content through sharing their knowledge and experience in question discussions and postings. Additionally, special attention should be given for the design of engaging activities for online courses since they should be rewarding, fun, associated with course objectives/outcomes, relevant to course content, and enhance student retention and active involvement. In sum, we hope that these described strategies help faculty and universities to effectively improve student E-learning/online learning.
A. Prof. Olga Predushchenko, Jiujiang University, China
Research Area: Education, Educational Psychology, Language Education
Title: Personalized Teaching of Russian as a Foreign Language in Large-In-Number Classes of Chinese University Students Majoring in Arts from the Position of System-Activity Approach
This study investigates the effectiveness of a teaching model, offered in the context of the System-Activity Approach, upgraded with personalized teaching elements in the academic course “Russain as a Foregn Language” at the elementary level for Chinese University students majoring in Arts. The main goal is to improve a didactical set for a university teacher suitable for teaching each individual student in the condition of large-in-number classes of students which is typical for China. In purpose to achieve high academic results by organizing and managing personalized in-class activity of each learner, a method of system analysis in teaching Russian at the stage of interiorization of academic knowledge is implemented. The didactic set is enriched with teaching materials of systemic-type orientation schemes and action orientation matrix. The personalized model is practically used in Jiujiang University, China.
A. Prof. LAI CHEE SERN, UNIVERSITY TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA (UTHM), MALAYSIA
Research Area: Teaching and learning, Cognitive load in learning, Soft skills/ Green skills, Vocational Teachers’ Education, Engineering Education
Title: Issues and Challenges of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the post pandemic era
One of the core elements of TVET is to enable learners to master practical knolwedge, hands-on skills and positive attitude effectively within the field of study. The acquistion of competence requires learners to engage physically and interact actively during the learning process. However, Covid-19 pandemic has significantly changed the lanscape of TVET in which the face-to-face teaching and learning sessions have been conducted virtually in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus. In the post pandemic era, the issues of TVET are even more complex and challenging due to rapid development of the industry, ever-changing technology especially those related to IR4.0, high expectation on TVET graduates and climate change. In this presentation, VUCA environment within the context of TVET will be discussed, the issues and challenges of TVET will be presented based on the aspects of digital transformation, IR4.0, climate change, expectation on TVET graduates, and several strategies are proposed to deal with the issues and challenges.
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