Speakers

Keynote speakers of IV International Forum:

Marilyn Murray
Professor, the author of Murray method
Ilshat R. Gafurov
Dr., PhD, Associate Fellow of Russian Academy of Education, Rector of Kazan Federal University
Maria Teresa Tatto
Professor, Arizona State University, USA
Shirley Van Nuland
Associate Professor at the Faculty of Education, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Canada)
Cheryl J. Craig
Professor, Texas A&M University, College Station (USA)
Gil Noam
Director of the PEAR Institute, Harvard University
Stavroula Kaldi
Professor, University of Thessaly, Greece
Nigel Fancourt
Associate Professor, Department of Education, University of Oxford
Catherine Doherty
Professor of Pedagogy and Social Science, University of Glasgow
Nataliya Selivanova
Head of the Center for strategy and theory of education, Russian Academy of Education, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education
Mourat Tchoshanov
Professor, University of Texas at El Paso (USA)
Colin Latchem
Professor. Australian researcher and consultant in open and distance learning, Perth, Western Australia
Dina Birman
PhD, Dr. Dina Birman is an Associate Professor of the Educational and Psychological Studies Department, University of Miami, School of Education and Human Development
Maria Assuncao Flores
PhD, Associate Professor, University of Minho (Portugal), President of International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching (ISATT)
Aleksey V. Lubkov
Rector of Moscow State Pedagogical University; doctor of historical sciences, professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education
Isak Froumin
Professor, Academic Advisor at the HSE Institute of Education
Ian Menter
Emeritus Professor of Teacher Education, Kellogg College, University of Oxford
Margery MacMahon
Professor, Director of the Professional Learning and Leadership Research and Teaching Group (RTG), Senior Lecturer in Professional Learning and Leadership School of Education, University of Glasgow
Conor Galvin
Dr Conor Galvin is a Lecturer and Researcher at UCD Dublin, College of Social Sciences & Law where he contributes to various education, development practice, public policy, ICT, and research methodology programmes.