International conference on Psychology and Language Research at Singapore
Ms. Yogaranee Sakthivel and Ms. R.D.C.Niroshinie, senior lecturers of the Department of Educational Psychology attended the 7th International Conference on Teaching, Education and Learning (ICTEL) organized by the Global Research & Development Services (GRDS) held from June 13th to 14 2018 at the Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang Executive Center, Singapore and presented the following research papers:
Ms. Yogaranee Sakthivel “Views of Prospective Teachers on Teaching Differently abled Students placed in Regular Classrooms”
Ms. R.D.C. Niroshinie “Validate a spatial aptitude test for adolescents: Application of Items Response Theory”
If consider GRDS, it is a professional conference organizer that organizes conferences in different countries in reputed universities and grand venues. Its academic conferences are well known for their quality. It provides a unique platform for the researchers to achieve academic excellence and knowledge sharing. GRDS’ mission is to make continuous efforts in transforming the lives of people around the world through education, application of research & innovative ideas. Furthermore, it provides services for the Association for Development of Teaching, Education and Learning (ADTEL). Other than the promotion of the services with ADTEL, GRDS has links with various other associations as well. ADTEL is a community of passionate researchers, practitioners and educationists for the development and spread of ideas in the field of teaching and learning. ADTEL aims to bring together worldwide researchers and professionals, encourage intellectual development and providing opportunities for networking and collaboration. ADTEL has now grown to 4528 followers and 2817 members from 45 countries.
It was a great opportunity given to get an exposure with scholars, researchers, professionals all over the world (Singapore, Nigeria, India, Philippines, China, Kenya, Germany, Thailand, South Africa, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Spain, Australia and Saudi Arabia) who shared their inspiring ideas and research expertise in relation to education and to enriching our knowledge and understandings with relation to the field of education. There were 150 participants contributed through their scholarly works to shed the light to illuminate the conference.