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Series Editors


Ann-Katrin Swärd, (PhD), Associate Professor

Department of Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
ORCID: 0000-0003-1277-2887

Dr Ann-Katrin has around 30 years of experience as a teacher in ordinary and inclusive/special needs education, mostly with children in pre- and primary schools. After her master and also her PhD she was responsible and created courses in the field of Special Needs Education at two different smaller universities. Many of these courses were about how to teach children to read and write. Since 2014 she has a position as ass. prof and now as a senior lecturer at Gothenburg University. Her research is qualitative and mostly about literacy – how to prevent reading and writing failure. Different topic within the field of Early Childhood Education (ECE), special needs education and disabilities is interesting. For many years Ann-Katrin worked with international project and still does. Collaboration and teaching at different universities in Europe and outside, have been one important part of her work. She has created courses and has been responsible for this during the last five years at Hacettepe University. At different conferences has Ann-Katrin been invited as a key-note-speaker. She also has many articles and books published and she is also a member of different national and international organisations.

Managing Editor

Loretta Simons, (PhD), Professor

Widener University, USA

Dr. Simons is a Professor of Psychology at Widener University. She earned a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Temple University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a MS in Experiential Psychology from Saint Joseph's University also in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, and BA degree in Psychology from Neumann University in Aston, Pennsylvania. Dr. Simons  serves as the Psychology Department's Practicum/Internship Coordinator and the University's Academic Service-Learning Faculty Development Program Co-Director. She has written over 40 journal articles and book chapters on academic service-learning, experiential learning, and high impact practices. Her work focuses on pedagogical impacts on student development and learning.

Associate Editors

Michel Hogenes, (PhD), Professor

The Hague University, The Netherlands
ORCID: 0000-0003-2298-3266

Dr. Michel Hogenes was born on 8 November 1970 in Purmerend, the Netherlands. He studied Electronic Organ and Music in Education at the Alkmaar Conservatory, and obtained post-HBO [university of applied sciences] certificates in Ortho(ped)agogische Muziekbeoefening, a form of Music Therapy, as well as Keyboards, and Early Childhood Music Education. Michel holds a PhD in Educational Pedagogy/ Curriculum Studies.

After his studies, Michel worked as a music educator in special education, elementary education, and secondary education. He also taught keyboards, electronic organ and music introduction courses at a music centre and was active as the conductor of several choirs and orchestras.

Currently Michel is principal lecturer at the teacher education programme of The Hague University of Applied Sciences. He also leads the Master of Arts Education at Codarts, Rotterdam University of the Arts, and is the conductor of Projektkoor Rijswijk [Project Choir Rijswijk].

Besides his work at both universities of applied sciences and his choral conducting, Michel is active in several organisations. He is chair of Gehrels Muziekeducatie [Gehrels Music Education]; TIG leader of the Arts Education TIG (Thematic Interest Group) which is part of the European Teacher Education Network (ETEN); board member of the European Network for Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children (EuNet MERYC); and ambassador of Meer Muziek in de Klas [More Music in the Classroom].

Consuelo Martínez Priego, (PhD), Professor

Universidad Villanueva, Madrid, Spain
ORCID: 0000-0001-8479-8790

Consuelo Martinez Priego, PhD Psychology (Complutense University of Madrid) and PhD Philosophy (University of Navarra). Master in Management of Educational Institutions (DICE, Universidad Villanueva). She is a professor at the Universidad Villanueva (Madrid, España). Her research areas are the psychology of emotion and interpersonal relationships; moral emotions and freedom in psychology, neuropsychology, education, and philosophy.

Kevin Michael Watson (MSc)

University of Calgary, Canada


Kevin M Watson is a Learning Sciences PhD candidate at the University of Calgary. He holds two master’s degrees from the UK. He holds an MSc. in Applied Professional Studies in Lifelong Learning and an MSc. in the Psychology and Neuroscience for Mental Health. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Education and Human Kinetics from UBC, a minor in English literature, and holds a Graduate Certificate in Systemic Functional Linguistics from UBC as well. He is Teacher Regulation Board (TRB) certified in British Columbia, Canada and for the past three years has been working as a neuroscience instructor and learning specialist/advisor for a medical school. Kevin has taught around the globe in Abu Dhabi, the USA, Japan, Thailand and Barbados as well as his home in Canada.

Kevin is interested in phenomenological hermeneutic research and IPA methodology that is committed to exploring the interpretive lived experiences. He is committed to student development, curriculum design, and investigating student anxiety and depression. Kevin was most recently the course director for Essentials of Lifelong Learning Courses for struggling medical students and the coordinator of the mindsets for medicine workshops and cognitive skills workshops. His roots are in recreation and youth work in inner city Vancouver.

Li-Hsun PENG, (PhD)

National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan


Dr. Li-Hsun PENG is an associate professor in Graduate School & Department of Creative Design, YunTech.

He is hosting the Visual Culture Design Research Unit, and researching in the history of design; targeting four women designers and on their achievements in the Art Decor Era and conducting a comparison research on investigating these women designers' marginality and on their identities. Through his comparison research, he wishes that as a Formosan should be able to challenge through appropriating the West elements and enrich our own contents from the East.
In recent years, he has directed the masters and doctoral students on the revitalization of the Aborigines and tribal culture in Taiwan, through direct participation and design empowerment. By using the field survey interviews and meeting the design needs of the tribe, let the students recognize Taiwan in the pivotal status of Austronesian culture. Such personal experience and efforts to solve the needs of the tribe will help the students.
Through an early understanding of the needs of the community, the understanding of the Aboriginal culture and the identification of in-depth issues. It will be our new opportunity to establish ourselves in Taiwan and look into international cooperation.

Fezile Ozdamli, (PhD), Professor

Near East University, Nicosia, Cyprus

Fezile Ozdamli is a Professor Dr. in the Department of Computer Information Systems at Near East University in Nicosia, Cyprus. Her research interest includes areas of distance education, mobile learning, e-learning systems, management information systems and gamification.

Pritika Reddy, (MSc)

Fiji National University, Suva, Fiji

Pritika is a lecturer in the Department of Computing Science and Information Systems at the Fiji National University. While contributing her responsibilities as an academic and a researcher, Pritika is also pursuing her PhD studies at the University of the South Pacific (USP). Currently, She holds a Master’s Degree in Information Systems from USP and has also published her research work. Pritika is very passionate about her research in distance education and flexible learning and her research revolve mainly around how new digital tools and technology can be used to enhance higher education particularly in the South Pacific Islands. Pritika also intends to add more about technology-enabled learning in the South Pacific to the global literature and research. Currently, as part of her PhD candidature, she is doing institutional research on digital literacy in the South Pacific Islands. Her published works on digital literacy introduce a digital literacy framework, a digital literacy tool – that measures the digital competencies of individuals and a Contextualized game-based digital literacy intervention that can be used to improve the digital literacy competencies of individuals in the South Pacific and beyond.

Book and conference Proceedings Titles

ICEEPSY 2022: Education and Educational Psychology

Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology (ICEEPSY 2022), 06-08 October, 2022, Madrid, Spain

Ahmet Güneyli
Fatoş Silman

Series: European Proceedings of International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology

Volume: 3

Pages: 1 - 245

Publisher: European Publisher

Published: 30 December 2022

ICEEPSY 2021: Education and Educational Psychology

Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology (ICEEPSY 2021), 06-08 October, 2021, Virtual Event

Petra Besedová
Nadezda Heinrichová
Jana Ondráková

Series: European Proceedings of International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology

Volume: 2

Pages: 1 - 219

Publisher: European Publisher

Published: 31 October 2021

ICEEPSY 2020: Education and Educational Psychology

Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology (ICEEPSY 2020), 06-08 October, 2020, Virtual Event

Petra Besedová
Nadezda Heinrichová
Jana Ondráková

Series: European Proceedings of International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology

Volume: 1

Pages: 1 - 370

Publisher: European Publisher

Published: 24 November 2020

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