Conference Program
  1. Gabelaia, Ioseb (PhD student, BM, IBSU). Change of College Admissions: A World without Annual Testing May Be Closer Than You Think. 
  2. Datukishvili, Mariam (MA student, EDUHUM, IBSU). The Role of Employee Motivation in Effective Performance of Educational Institutions
  3. Charekishvili, Sophio (MA, Teacher Certification 60-credit program student at Ilya State university). The Role of Collocations in the Acquisition of English as a Foreign Language
  4. Zaalishvili, Nino (MA student, EDUHUM, IBSU). Bullying at Georgian Higher Education System – students’ experiences
  5. Gogiashvili, Shorena (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU). Assessment of Learning Outcomes in Georgia in the Post-Soviet Period
  6. Avaliani, Nino (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU). History-Based Video Games as a Tool for Academic Vocabulary Enrichment in EFL Classes.
  7. Aleksidze, Nana (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU). Georgian High School Teachers’ and Students’ Classroom Management tendencies
  8. Kochak, Ali. (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU, SDU, Kazakhstan). Running and administrating the single-sex schools: An exploratory study in Kazakhstan
  9. Chitashvili, Nanuli (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU). The Relevance of Learning Autonomy to the Georgian National Standards for the First Foreign Language Listening Skills in the Secondary Schools
  10. Akopian, Mariami. (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU). The Development of Gender and Language Studies in the EFL Classroom
  11. Adebayo, Samuel Adedoyin. (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU; REEDS Recruitment, UK). The Need for Consultation on Teachers-In-Training Preferences before Instruction
  12. Tephnadze, Inga (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU).Pronunciation as a Source of Errors During Live Radiotelephony Communication Among Georgian Air Traffic Controllers
  13. Kutateladze, Maia (PhD, Ilya State University). Role of Assessment in Quality of Education
  14. Maghradze, Nino (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU). What Motivates Students to Go to University.
  15. Patchkoria, Tamar (PhD student, EDUHUM, IBSU).The Psycholinguistic Perspectives of CLIL