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The 2nd Annual Conference on Education Innovation
21-23 November, 2014
Taipei, Taiwan

Extension of Submission due by 9 September, 2014

The 2nd Annual Conference on Education Innovation  (ACEI 2014) will be held in Taipei,  Taiwan during November 21-23,ACEI 2014 is a dynamic, three-day convergence of industry leaders, visionaries, entrepreneurs, investors, and activists who are truly and deeply passionate about education


ACEI 2014 is to provide a platform for researchers,academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Networking and Digital Society.This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.


All the submitted papers in these proceedings have been peer reviewed by at least two reviewers drawn from the chairs of committees depending on the subject matter of the paper. Reviewing and initial selection were undertaken electronically. A joint committee meeting was held to resolve the final paper selection and a draft programme for the conference.

Photos of last event
  
  


Key Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline           August 5, 2014 September 5, 2014
Abstract Acceptance Notification       August 20, 2014
Pre-registration Deadline                   September 10, 2014
ACEI Conference Date                      November 21-23, 2014
 

Keynote Speech:

  Topic:  “No Way Out – The Tragic Transnational Sexual Exploitation of the Philippines”
Keynote Speech: 
Dr. P.C. {Pete} Kutschera PhD, LMSW
Director and Visiting Professor, Philippine Amerasian Research Center (PARC)
College of Arts and Sciences,  Systems Plus College Foundation (SPCF College)
Angeles City 2009, Pampanga, Luzon, Philippines

"Dr. Pete Kutschera is acknowledged as one of the few contemporary academic authorities on the largely under studied military Filipino and Pan Amerasian diaspora and human phenomena. His evidence-based research, generated from the Philippine Amerasian Research Center, Systems Plus College Foundation, Angeles, Luzon, the Philippines has been published in at least six, peer reviewed academic international journals since March, 2012. He has also presented ground breaking research papers on the subject at nine major international conferences or symposia in the last 2 1/2 years. These conferences, symposia include major venues from Australia, Canada, Cambodia and the Philippines to Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and the USA."

Summary of Keynote Speech

This research thrust addresses a serious literature gap on a topic of manifestly broad demographic interest in East/Southeast Asia – the fate of mixed-heritage military Filipino “Amerasians.” These biracial progeny, abandoned by U.S. soldiers and corporate defense contractors, date to U.S. colonization of the Philippines in 1898.  Often stigmatized and impoverished, today they number 250,000+ if all ages and if 2nd generation are included. Such robust numbers alone qualify them for Diaspora status. I developed the term “Pan Amerasian” to describe other enclaves of Amerasians including Japan, Okinawa, South Korea and the Mariana Islands (Guam) where U.S. permanent bases still remain and unsupported or neglected infants continue to be born. This discussion and an allied paper presented at this conference examine this human phenomena at the next level. Contemporarily, we see a continuum and pattern vis-a-vis the influx of additional biracial, poverty-stricken Diasporas in the Philippines. These are  sired by Japanese, South Korean, and more recently Hong Kong and mainland Chinese tourists, businessmen and temporary visitors. Left behind are new clusters of “Japino,” “Kopino” and “Chipino” progeny reflecting the portrait of a destitute and exploited nation-state, and the steady furtherance of transnational victimization at the relentless hands of its own neighbors and allies.


Main Topics:

The conference theme includes, but not limited to, the following topics:

Academic Advising and Counseling

Art Education

Adult Education

APD/Listening

Acoustics in Education Environment

Business Education

Counselor Education Curriculum, Research and Development

Competitive Skills Continuing Education Distance Education

Early Childhood Education Educational Administration Educational Foundations Educational Psychology Educational Technology Education Policy and Leadership

Elementary Education

E-Learning

E-Manufacturing

ESL/TESL

E-Society

Geographical Education Geographic information Systems

Health Education

Higher Education

History

Home Education

Human Computer Interaction

Human Resource Development

Indigenous Education

ICT Education

Internet technologies Imaginative Education Kinesiology and Leisure Science

K12

Language Education

Mathematics Education Mobile Applications

Multi-Virtual Environment

Music Education 

Pedagogy

Physical Education (PE)Reading Education

Writing Education

Religion and Education Studies

Research Assessment Exercise (RAE)

Rural Education

Science Education

Secondary Education

Second life Educators

Social Studies Education

Special Education

Student Affairs

Teacher Education

Technology in Education

Cross-disciplinary areas of Education

Ubiquitous Computing

Virtual Reality

Wireless applications

Other Areas of Education 


General Information on Presentation
Parallel Sessions
Parallel Sessions will run on November 21st and 22nd. Sessions are usually 90 minutes in length, and normally include six or seven presenters.

Presentations and Equipment
All meeting rooms are equipped with a screen, an LCD projector, and a laptop computer installed with PowerPoint software.  You will be able to insert your USB flash drive into the computer.  We recommend that you bring two copies of your presentation in case if one fails.  You may also link your own laptop computer to the projector cable, however if you use your own Mac please ensure you have the requisite connector.

A Polite Request to All Participants
Participants are obliged to arrive on time for all sessions, whether to their own, or to those of other presenters.  Presenters should pay special attention to the time slots that are subject to be divided equally among all oral presentations in one session to ensure that each presenter has equal right to presentation.  The session chair is responsible for taking care of the fair division of presentation time.

Poster Sessions & Poster Requirements
1. Materials Provided by the Conference Organizer:
    • X Racks & Base Fabric Canvases (60cm×160cm)
    • Adhesive Tapes or Clamps
2. Materials Prepared by the Presenters:
    • Home-made Poster(s)
3. Requirement for the Posters:
    • Material: not limited, can be posted on the canvases
    • Size: smaller than 60cm*160cm


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