Proceedings of the International Conference on Lifelong Education and Leadership for All (ICLEL 2023)

+ Advanced search
39 articles
Proceedings Article

Peer-Review Statements

Carlos Sousa Reis, Osman Titrek, Jose Gijon Puerta
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the [International Conference on Lifelong Learning and Leadership for ALL-ICLEl 23] during [6-8 July 2023] in [University of Coimbra, Portugal]. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the [Scientific Committee] and...
Proceedings Article

Speed reading and comprehension training needs analysis and curriculum development

Ömer Cem Karacaoğlu
The aim of the research is to determine the education needs for the speed reading and comprehension curriculum with the focus group interview method and develop the speed reading and comprehension curriculum. The research was designed according to the descriptive survey model and was performed as a case...
Proceedings Article

The effect of working in an institution far from their place of residence on teachers’ burnout levels

Şenay Sezgin Nartgün, Alper Özocak
This study investigated the relationship between the professional burnout levels of teachers who live in a different district from the district in which they work. A mixed research method was used, with a quantitative data collection tool (the Maslach Burnout Scale-Educator Form) used in the first stage...
Proceedings Article

Students’ views on digital system activities based on the 5e learning cycle model

Şeyma Şeremet, Fulya Öner Armağan
In this research, it was aimed to examine the views of the students by doing activities on the digestive system based on the 5E learning cycle model. This study was conducted with ten sixth grade students in the 2021-2022 academic year. Activities designed in accordance with the 5E teaching cycle model...
Proceedings Article

ChatGPT in the resolution of a math exam: Results obtained in Portuguese and in English language

Cândida Barros
Artificial Intelligence has had a remarkable development in recent years, being brought to public attention due to the emergence of advanced language models such as ChatGPT. These models have been reported to be capable of achieving passing scores in examinations required for accessing professional orders...
Proceedings Article

Digitalization of business marketing activities

Nataliia Parkhomenko
Digital space, due to such advantages as accessibility and ease of use, has become a new direction of conducting marketing activities. The purpose of the research is to improve and develop theoretical provisions, to develop methodological and practical recommendations for the digitalization of business...
Proceedings Article

Descriptive analysis of the articles about intergenerational at Dergipark on social studies

Ayşe Bostanci Kiliç, Soner Polat
The aim of the researcher is to do descriptive analysis of the ‘intergeneration’ term systematically on the Dergipark. This research has been practiced with the descriptive analysis method of qualitative research model. For that purpose, the articles in Social Studies between 2002-2022 that include ‘intergeneration’...
Proceedings Article

The impact of Covid-19 pandemic on school administrators’ psychology family life and work life (İznik sample)

Sümeyra Canavar, Osman Titrek
This study investigated the opinions of school administrators working in primary (elementary) and secondary (high school) schools in İznik district, Bursa province, on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic process on their psychology, family life and work life. Twenty-one school administrators, six female...
Proceedings Article

Leading with an IB mindset: Cultivating leadership skills in the international baccalaureate programmes

Hande Özkeskin
The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers international education through four programmes to students aged 3 to 19 for a worldwide community of schools over 5770, aiming to create a better, more peaceful world. IB aims the school to become a learning community through its standards and practices with...
Proceedings Article

Self-efficacy and mindsets research among Bulgarian citizens

Venelina Stoeva Stoeva
The purpose of the present study is to trace the relationship between the levels of self-efficacy and the belief about the possibility of improving abilities among a sample of Bulgarian citizens. This issue is topical because of its practical importance in the everyday life of every person. The formed...
Proceedings Article

Learning with virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR)

Maria Jorge Azevedo, Ana Amélia A. Carvalho
Over the past few decades, there has been an increasing in the application of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in educational contexts worldwide. Their immersive and interactive nature provides a range of unique opportunities for teachers and students to explore their surrounding environment...
Proceedings Article

Entrepreneurship and the school

Alfredo Bravo Marques Pinheiro, Maria Deuceny da Silva Lopes Bravo Pinheiro
As science, technologies and communication progress, people develop new customs, mindsets and aspirations, resulting in new demands and social and behavioral changes. When people’s behavior changes, companies recognize this change and adapt accordingly. Thus, even though it is not a recent idea, this...
Proceedings Article

Teachers’ perceptions of the use of artificial intelligence in the classroom

Adelina Moura, Ana Amélia A. Carvalho
Understanding Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the best way to prepare ourselves for the future. Despite its growing interest, AI is still poorly understood in different domains. We need to understand AI so that we can regulate the risks of the technology and take better advantage of its benefits. It’s...
Proceedings Article

The transformation of parent-child leisure time in primary school during the COVID-19 pandemic

Monika Stříteská, Tomáš Čech, Jana Hradilová
This paper examines the transformation of parents’ and children’s leisure time in primary school during the COVID-19 pandemic.The aim of the paper is to analyse the transformation of parents’ time spent together at home during the pandemic with at least one child in primary school from 1st grade to 4th...
Proceedings Article

Work-energy principle with an educational game: Capture the energy!

Pelin Hakli, Orhan Karamustafaoğlu
Game is an intelligence-building pastime based on certain rules. Every child likes to play games. For this reason, the game has been integrated into education in the form of educational games. Educational games are played for students to eliminate prejudices about not being able to learn in the science...
Proceedings Article

Comparative study - changes in young people’s self-assessment of tolerance from 2017 to 2023

Pāvels Jurs, Alīda Samuseviča, Inta Kulberga, Elita Špehte
The dimension of tolerance is one of the pillars of the formation of democracy, living in a multicultural era it is important to understand the self-assessment of tolerance of young people, or what young people themselves think, how open they are, for example, in categories such as: (I) tolerance of...
Proceedings Article

Creativity as a gamification booster

Inês Araújo
In an educational context, gamification can promote students’ motivation and engagement in learning activities. For teachers, the challenge of applying gamification can be complex. If on the one hand it is necessary to understand how to do it, on the other it is necessary to be creative. Creativity implies...
Proceedings Article

Classroom teachers’ professional development needs as lifelong learning: Which topics and by methods?

Gökhan Ilgaz
The aim of this study is to identify the topics that classroom teachers in Turkey need in their professional development as lifelong education and which types of methods are useful. Although similar studies have been conducted for this purpose, this study also aims to reveal the relationship between...
Proceedings Article

The effect of organizational uncertainty level in schools on organizational depression

Esef Hakan Toytok, Fatma Güzelgörür
The purpose of this research is revealed the effect of organizational uncertainty in schools on organizational depression according to teacher perceptions. The sample of this research has been composed of 366 teachers that are employed in varying kindergartens, primary schools, secondary schools and...
Proceedings Article

Bird of paradise – a case study on developing a didactic object

Tetyana Masliyenko, Maria Teresa Pessoa
This research examines the didactic possibilities of the Strelitzia reginae plant as a case study. It is conducted as a part of the Educ@rteNatureza project at the University of Coimbra, Portugal, which focuses on developing a nature-centered educational model. The study focuses on examining the biological...
Proceedings Article

Hiscape the fog – Be ready to ‘room’ around

Ana Vilela, Andreia Mendes, Mikaela Santos
In Portugal, there is a noticeable growing disinterest for the study area of Social Sciences and Humanities to the detriment of the Science and Technologies study area. While living in a society that values a practical kind of knowledge ready to be used in various jobs, subjects that require insight...
Proceedings Article

Reducing stereotypes towards people with disabilities – a fundamental condition for sustainable scholar and social inclusion

Valentin Cosmin Blandul
Nowadays, we are influenced by many stereotypes and prejudices that change the way we relate to those around us. The biggest risk we are exposed to by accepting these stereotypes is to marginalize or discriminate against a particular person or group, just because they are different from us. Therefore,...
Proceedings Article

Examining the level of organizational uncertainty perceived by teachers in their schools

Esef Hakan Toytok, Halil Tanir
In this study, the perceived level of organizational uncertainty of teachers working in public and private schools has been attempted to be determined. In this study, the quantitative research method of the descriptive survey model has been used. The data collection tools used in this research were the...
Proceedings Article

A creative research proposal in citizenship education: Digital disaster literacy curriculum

Ömer Cem Karacaoğlu
The purpose of the research is to determine the necessary competencies and skills during, before and after the disaster, to develop the disaster literacy scale according to these skills and to design the disaster literacy digital curriculum. The research has both qualitative and quantitative features....
Proceedings Article

Relationship between new technologies and burnout: A systematic literature review

Ana Pinto, Sara Sousa, Joana Santos
The rise of digitization in workplaces is transforming how work is managed, presenting both advantages and challenges for safety and health. While new technologies can create safer work environments, they can also contribute to high performance pressure, which negatively affects workers’ mental health....
Proceedings Article

Entrepreneurship, creativity, and education: Key characteristics of successful female entrepreneur with a case of ‘After You’

Chutinon Putthiwanit, Phurichchaya Taeporamaysamai
It is controversial whether entrepreneur is ‘born to be’ or ‘can be trained’. This never-ending arguments generated numerous studies, both qualitatively and quantitatively, to find the answer. Interestingly, praised as the global best performance restaurant stock by Bloomberg news agency before the Covid-19,...
Proceedings Article

Content analysis of studies on thought experiments

Mehmet Şükrü Alp, Ali Çetin, Mehmet Ramazanoğlu
Thought experiments are experiments in which the experiment is not applied physically, and the event (situation) presented in the experiment is visualized by thinking only. Thought experiments, one of the in-class activities, are seen to be used in the interpretation of scientific thinking, thinking...
Proceedings Article

Burnout and coping strategies among Professors during COVID-19: Portugal-Brazil comparative study

Ana Pinto, Carla Carvalho, Susana Rodriguez, Ana Simões, Carlos Carvalhais, Fernando J. Gonçalves, Joana Santos
The global pandemic experienced in recent years led Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to close their facilities to safeguard the health and safety of the academic community. This reality overloaded professors in terms of work, often leading them to the limit of exhaustion and impacting on their performance,...
Proceedings Article

Examining the relationship between teachers’ self-efficacy on educational technology standards and technostress levels

Şenay Sezgin Nartgün, Şule Gegekoğlu, Zekeriya Nartgün
The aim of the study was to determine the relationship between teachers’ educational technology self-efficacy and technostress levels. In order to collect data in the research, two scales were used: “Educational Technologies Standards Self-Efficacy Scale” and “Teachers’ Technostress Level Determination...
Proceedings Article

Pedagogical photography as a new direction and creative approach in pedagogical science and practice

Vladislav Gospodinov
Despite the widespread use of photography today, there is generally still no culture of its use, including in a pedagogical context. Pedagogical photography is a new frontier direction in pedagogical science. Its emergence was initiated by the author of the present text and is a result of the realities...
Proceedings Article

Being a master’s degree student as a teacher: A phenomenological study in the light of metaphors

Mustafa Bayrakci, Elif Alkaya, Derya Özkarayaka
This is a phenomenological study aiming to depict the lived experiences of active teachers who are pursuing a master’s degree in the field of education. The researcheres are also in-service teachers who are currently engaged in the journey of an advanced degree in their professional developments, therefore,...
Proceedings Article

Attitudes of science teachers towards thought experiments

Mehmet Şükrü Alp, Ali Çetin, Mehmet Ramazanoğlu
The purpose of this study is to examine the attitudes of science teachers towards thought experiments. One of the quantitative research methods, descriptive survey was carried out with 204 science teachers working in the public schools. Accessible sampling method was used and teachers was voluntarily...
Proceedings Article

Bibliotherapy in teaching of children’s literature

(On the example of Ahmet Hromadžić’s story “the white nightingale”)

Mirzana Pašić Kodrić
Bibliotherapy in classroom teaching should be a mandatory model in planning, systematizing, and conducting lessons in children’s literature. For this reason, bibliotherapy requires clear and elaborated methodological models and principles, especially when it comes to the subject of Bosnian, Croatian,...
Proceedings Article

Self-assessment of professional technical competence by postgraduate students in finance and accounting, case of Albania

Llesh Lleshaj, Alban Korbi
The primary skills required by the employers of the graduated students are: teamwork, technical skills, practical adaptation skills, negotiation skills, leadership, awareness of doing business, and other soft skills. Identification and self-assessment of professional competencies for students is challenging. ...
Proceedings Article

The eight-week mindfulness meditation training to reduce stress in university students: A pilot study

Barbora Kvapilová
For the past thirty years, mindfulness meditation has been studied and researched extensively to show possible effects in stress and anxiety reduction in meditators. After mere eight weeks of regular meditation practice, various studies have shown improved attitudes in participants in dealing with life...
Proceedings Article

Pedagogic and empowering dynamics of identity in a quilombola community in the Recôncavo of Bahia, Brazil: The case of the CEAJAT community

Jaciara Santana Souza, Carlos Francisco Sousa Reis
This study aims to analyze and understand the pedagogical process developed in an afro descendant learning community, the Anna Junqueira Ayres Tourinho State College (CEAJAT), a rural school, located in the Recôncavo da Bahia de Todos-os- Santos, about 60 km from Salvador, capital of the State of Bahia,...
Proceedings Article

Lean management implementation as a result in education quality change

Odeta Gluoksnyte, Adas Papartis, Marius Žitkus
Based on the successful experiences of foreign countries, we can say that the implementation of LEAN or Continuous Improvement in educational institutions systematises and standardises the educational process, as the whole community of the institution works in one direction, and teachers develop a tool...
Proceedings Article

Emotions in older people and their cognitive status

Maria Jose Flores Tena, Carlos Sousa de Reis
The loneliness of our elderly and social isolation has increased in our homes. The concept of active ageing, promoted by the WHO, encourages “the process of growing older without growing old through continued physical, social and spiritual activities throughout life”. Healthy ageing is a challenge. It...