KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

1. Prof. Greg Kessler, Ph.D.

Department Chair, Innovative Learning and Design Technology, Ohio University (USA)

Greg Kessler has published extensively and delivered keynotes and featured talks around the world.  His research addresses technology, teaching, learning, culture and language with an emphasis on teacher preparation. He is the founding editor of the CALICO Equinox book series, Advances in CALL Practice & Research, and the Language Teaching & Technology forum in the journal Language Learning & Technology among others. He is currently chair of the Educational Studies department at Ohio University.

 

2. Dr. Lydia Kieven

Department of Asian Arts History, University of Bonn (Germany)

Dr. Lydia Kieven, born in Germany, is an expert on ancient Javanese temple reliefs. She obtained her PhD degree at the University of Sydney (2009); the revision of the thesis „Following the cap-figures in Majapahit temple reliefs“ was published in 2013, and in 2014/2017 in Indonesian language. She has been teaching at German universities. At present she is working as free researcher and lecturer at University of Bonn. Her focus is on Javanese/Indonesian ancient art and literature, and the heritage of Javanese traditions. She has been active for many years in programmes on the ‘Panji-traditions’ in Java. Her book about the process of revitalisation and transformation of the Panji traditions was published by Ombak Publisher Yogyakarta in 2018 in Indonesian language: „Menelusuri Panji dan Sekartaji. Proses revitalisasi tradisi Panji dan transformasinya pada Zaman kini“. For more of her research/publication, visit www.lydia-kieven.de/hallo-welt/

 

3. Dr. Jonnie Hill

University of Szeged (Hungary)

The last three years of working in an adult literacy program have taken her on a bit of a professional detour.  In exploring adult education in America, she has attended many seminars, but in the hectic busyness of reporting, teaching, assessing, and being a resource for her colleagues for online teaching and testing during the pandemic, she has had little time for reflection and even less time for preparing my observations and findings for formal publication. The research she presents in the 2nd ICCSAL represents her thoughts and observations examined through the lens of current research regarding the influence of culture, equality, and conflict on language education. This research will bring together themes of my previous research: engaging language teaching methodology, technology, and culture. These themes have followed her as she has ventured into a world different from the familiar world of teaching English as a foreign language, where she spent more than two decades.

 

4. Prof. Slamet Setiawan, Ph.D.

Professor, English Department, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negeri Surabaya (Indonesia)

Slamet Setiawan is a Professor in the English Department, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Universitas Negeri Surabaya. He obtained his B.A. in ELT at Universitas Negeri Surabaya; his MA at the University of Auckland, New Zealand; and his Ph.D. at the University of Western Australia (both in Linguistics). His educational background leads him to be interested in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in English Language Teaching. His works appeared in Heliyon, Asian EFL Journal, Asian ESP Journal, GJAT: Global Journal of Al-Thaqafah, 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature, and LLR: Language Related Research. He can be reached at slametsetiawan@unesa.ac.id. For more of his research/publication, visit pascaunesa.academia.edu/SlametSetiawanGoogle Scholar, and ORCID.



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