Bursary Winners 2018

Bursary Winners University Title of Paper
A. Jalil Suhaili The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom Internationalisation of Higher Education: An Insight into the Engagement of Academics
Abedi Farizani Sepideh Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany More than a Risk, More than a Burden? Analyzing the Suprastatal Refugee Integration Discourse
Anmol Khonker University of Canterbury, New Zealand A Study on the Role of Community Involvement in the Success of Development Projects in Bangladesh
Büyükşahin Yasemin bartın university, Turkey The Impact Of Inquiry Based Science Teaching On Primary School Teacher Development
Cardellini Margherita UNIBO, Italy Intercultural Education And Anti-racism To Fight Against Discrimination
Ceylan Eda Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey An investigation into the relationship between metacognitive awareness and anxiety of EFL listeners
Costa Ana Luísa University of Porto, Portugal Constructing Activism As Professional Practice: Meanings, Engagement And Action.
Demir Ömer Hacettepe University, Turkey Enhancing In-Service Training through Blended Learning in a Large-Scale Governmental Organization
Eulatth Vidal William Ericsson University of Canterbury Beyond the surface: International students’ perspectives on success
García-Poyato Jihan Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico Development And Validation Of An Instrument To Measure Motivation Factors To Become A Teacher In The Mexican Context
Grudulaitė Lina Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania Creative Space as Place for Intercultural Dialog and Learning
Gurova Galina University of Tampere, Finland Training Programmes for Education Leaders as a Tool of NPM Reform Implementation
Hinke Dobrochinski Candido Helena University of Helsinki, Finland Studying School Failure Through The Experience Of South-North Migration: An Intersectionality Analysis
Kambatyrova Assel Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education, Kazakhstan Parents’ attitudes towards trilingual education policy in Kazakhstan
Miulescu Miruna Luana University of Bucharest, Romania The Link between Research and Teaching: Students' Perceptions and Experiences
Mocanu Ana M. University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Towards a critical inquiry into the intercultural of pedagogies in international HE: What is in place and what is not?
Mustafina Altynay Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education The Institutionalization of the Bologna Process in Kazakhstan
Naaman Hind Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain From Exclusion to Inclusion: Dropout and Retention Solutions - Diversity Management in Higher Education Institutions
Rapti Maria University of Leeds, United Kingdom Headteachers of Greek primary schools striving for the inclusion of students with Special Educational Needs
Revyakina Elena University College Dublin, Ireland Understanding Recent Change in Higher Teacher Education in Russia: using a critical discursive analysis as a means to that end.
Santos Patrícia University of Minho, Portugal Assessment for learning in Higher Education: Potential and constraints from the students’ points of view
Silva Daniela FPCEUP, Portugal The Relevance of Participatory Research to Understand the Development of Intercultural Competencies
Tagnin Laura National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG), Ireland Science Learning: Inclusive Language Practices in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Classrooms
Ünver Sezer Emel Middle East Technical University, Turkey Why Do Students Remember Some Teacher-Generated Analogies More Than Others?
Wang Sihui University of Glasgow, United Kingdom Negotiating verbal participation in intercultural classrooms: Three Asian cases at a British University