Welcome to 6th ICCIE 2023


In this Industrial Era 4.0, society encounters significant environmental, economic, and social challenges. Thus, educational institutions need to ensure that all students are well-prepared for the future and that they can act as agents of change. As a result, educational institution must expand their educational system extensively to address these challenges, including reshaping teaching and learning notions and platforms that immensely focus on not only developing a broad set of academic staff and student’s knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values but also upholding the fast-growing technology.
Building strong learning connections should be perceived as the highest priority in educational institutions. The connection paves the way for critical thinking, and it is a fundamental concept that connects both context and relevance. In this digital information age, technology has enormous potential to assist this whole process of connection.
The 5th International Conference of Current Issues in Education (ICCIE) 2023 provides platforms for researchers and practitioners to share their ideas and experiences concerning these issues. The conference also brings an excellent opportunity to connect with global participants and enhance further collaborations.


Transformation in the Digital Era: Strategy to Solve Problems in Education and Society

Subthemes :
Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

1.    Advanced Pedagogy

a.    Digital Learning and its development

b.    Transcultural Education and its Implementation

c.    Curriculum and learning implementation.

d.    Learning and Assessment of Critical Literacy

e.    Religiosity in Education: Trans Religious and Religious Moderation

f.     Personalized Learning: Theory and Practice

2.    Trends in Assessment, Measurement, and Evaluation

a.    Machine Learning and its Application

b.    Data Analytics and its Implementation

c.    Meta-Analysis and systemic review research

d.    Cultivating 21st-century Competencies and their assessment

e.    Artificial Intelligence for Learning and Measurement

3.      TVET to drive innovation and skills development.

a.    Post-pandemic "new job" workforce mapping and skill preparation strategy.

b.    Acceptance and perception of the workforce of the new normal era.

c.    Future of TVET: the roles of digital learning to enhance virtual learning.

d.    TVET Institute support digital skills development.

e.    Sustainable TVET programs for SDGs issue.



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