Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE) is the public university founded in 1951. It is the oldest and leading institution in providing undergraduate and postgraduate teacher education in Vietnam. HNUE strives constantly to enhance its quality in teaching, research, public service and educational development, thereby being an active facilitator in the country’s educational modernization and development in the 21th century.

The 1st International Conference on Innovation in Learning Instruction and Teacher Education (ILITE 1) was succesfully held in December 2019 with around 250 participants coming from Australia, Belgium, Germany, Taiwan, France, Spain, Singapore, Vietnam and the US. In December 2021, Hanoi National University of Education (HNUE, Vietnam), with the support of the World Bank and Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training, continue to organize the 2nd Conference. The 2021 theme is: “Innovation for sustainable education in the changing context”.

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 11th December 2021
7.45- 8.30Virtual and onsite registration
8.30 – 8.45Welcome remarks
– HNUE (Vietnam)
– University of Bayreauth (Germany)
8.45- 9.00Opening keynote
Do our education systems hold a key to unlock a better world?
Prof. Charles Hopkins
UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability, York University (Canada)
9.00 – 10.15Plenary session 1
Characterizing Generation Z: Implications for Teaching and Learning
Prof Timothy Teo, Mudorch University (Australia)
– Teacher Education in the Pandemic
Assoc. Prof Tony Loughland, University of New South Wales (Australia)
10.15 – 10.35Tea Break
10.35 – 11.50Plenary session 2
– Assessment for an online world
Prof Sandra Milligan, University of Melbourne (Australia)
– Where do we go from here? Digital technologies, online materials and learning platforms alone do not provide good teaching
Prof. Daniela Schmeinck, University of Cologne (Germany)
11.50– 12.00Photo session
13.30– 14.45Plenary session 3
The promotion of a change of perspectives as an essential component of education for sustainable development
Prof. Gabriele Schrüfer, Bayreuth University (Germany)
Dr. Sonja Schwarze, Münster University (Germany)
– Four case studies exploring the impact of Covid-19 on science teaching and learning in formal and informal settings: Lessons learned for science teacher education and research
Prof. Sonya N. Martin, Seoul National University (ROK)
14.45– 15.15Tea break
– Session I.A. Teacher education: theoretical and practical issues
– Session I.B. Education for Sustainable development
– Session I.C. Teaching Strategies and Tactics for K-12 Education
– Session I. D. Teaching languages and social sciences
 12th December 2021
7.45- 8.30Virtual and onsite registration
8.30- 9.45Plenary session 4
Internet of Teachers and Students (IoTS) for Tackling the Challenges of COVID-19 Pandemics
Prof. Chun-Yen Chang, National Taiwan Normal University
– The association between children’s communication skills and academic performance
Prof. Sharynne McLeod, Charles Sturt University (Australia)
9.45– 10.15Tea Break
– Session II.A. School social work and psychology
– Session II. B. Early childhood and special education
– Session II.C. Digital transformation in schools/universities
– Session II.D. Higher Education
12.00 – 12.15Closing Remarks