Report iCon-MESSSH’20

The 5th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities 

The 5th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’20), was held online during 14-15 August 2020. Out of 95 papers submitted for publication, 46 were selected for oral presentation after two-tier peer review. The conference received a huge response and the researchers from USA, Philippines, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Oman, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Uzbekistan, Korea, Thailand, Australia, Japan, etc. who submitted and presented their papers in the conference. Based on the subject matter of the selected papers, the presentations were divided into three sessions: Session-1 had the papers related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM); Session-presentations related to Educational Technologies; and Session-3 had presentations related to Management and Humanities by scholars who are actively engaged in the areas of their research interests at national and international level.

Keynote address was delivered by Dr. Chong Hon Yew, the president of Astronomical Society of Penang on topic “Bringing Universe Appreciation, Astronomy Fun and Astronomy Career Prospects to Astronomy Enthusiasts” in the inaugural session of the conference. Best paper awards were given in each and every session judged by concerned Co-Chair

In the Valedictory Session the Keynote Address on “Role of Multidisciplinary Research in Engineering Field” was delivered by Dr. Ajay Kumar, Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad, India. Dr. Khar Thoe Ng delivered her publicity chair address and focused on the vision, mission and practices of Society for Research Development.

One of the unique and valuable dimensions to the iCon-MESSSH’20 was the way the conference brought educators together from around the around the globe to discuss to discuss ways to serve learners better. The deliberations provided a better understanding of the development in science, technology, management and humanities, making it possible for non-experts in a given area to gain insight into new areas. Also, included among the speakers were several young scientists, namely, postdocs and students, who brought new perspectives to their fields. Society for Research Development is continuously striving to join hands with different organizations and universities for academic collaborations. This year (2020) SRD society has signed Memorandum of Agreement with SEAMEO, RECSAM, Penang, Malaysia for joint organizing of events for next five years. Below ids the list of presentations including Keynote address, invited talks and co-chair talks:

Papers presented in iCon-MESSSH’21

S. No. Title
1 Bringing Universe Appreciation, Astronomy Fun and Astronomy Career Prospects to Astronomy Enthusiasts

Dr. Chong Hon Yew

2 Environmental Innovations

Venus C. Ibarra

3 Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Approach in Educational and Psychological Research

Yoon-Fah Lay

4 Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach

Leong, Wai Yie

5 Nanomaterial-Modified Electrodes for Biosensing

Wan Wardatul Amani Wan Salim

6 Modern Era of Computation

Manu Pratap Singh

7 Harnessing Local Potential to Enrich STEM Education

R. Indarjani

8 Effective Prevention Strategies to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

Peter Chew

9 System Analysis Design for application in Business Scenario

Anand Mohan

10 Transformative Education and Climate Change

Lilia Halim

11 New Normal: Teachers’ Approaches for Remote Learnings

Suhaidah Tahir

12 Social Entrepreneurship

Careemah Choong

13 Technology based Human Values integrated Sustainable Education

Suma Parahakaran

14 Re-Inventing Education in the Digital Age during COVID-19

Gunjan Jain

15 Mathematics Curriculum Review by Advancing the Use of Learning Design Map

Maman Fathurrohman

16 Health Informatics Support for Occurrence Administration Using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in COVID-19 Pandemic Response

J. C. Patni

17 Enhancing Stem Literacy Considering Reading and Arts: The Recent Initiative of MOE Malaysia

Ihsan Bin Ismail

18 Session Theme: Pedagogy and Teacher Education

Eng Tek ONG

19 Computational Thinking, Digital Technology & Engineering Education

Corrienna Abdul Talib

20 Session Theme: Business, Economics and Tourism

Awangku Hassanal Bahar Pengiran Bagul

21 Session Theme: Mathematics Mobile Applications (MMA)

Murugan Rajoo

22 Session Theme: Computational Mathematics – Research and Education

Ryohei Miyadera

23 The Effect of Prior Programming Experience on the Use of Binary Tree Learning System to Promote Algorithmic Thinking in Computational Thinking

Yuji Sasaki

24 Mathematical Games of Dice – A Research Based Calculations Using Computer Algebra Systems

Ryohei Miyadera

25 A Variant of Bogus Nim – Experimental Mathematics Approach

Ryohei Miyadera

26 Flexibility of the Photovoice Qualitative Research Approach in Mathematics Educations

Aliyu Garba

27 A Preliminary Study for Designing and Developing Augmented Reality-Based Module for Teaching Chemical Bonding in Nigerian Secondary Schools

Faruku Aliyu

28 Professional Development Model for Science Teachers in iPad Integration

Tang Kuan Shuen

29 Integration of Computational Thinking Skills in Teaching and Learning Programming using EZ-Prog among Matriculation Students

Siti Nordianah Hai Hom

30 Predominant Chemical Substances Causing Environmental Degradation as a Result of Climate Change: A Systematic Review

Corrienna Abdul Talib

31 Developing Science Comics for Elementary School Students on Animal Diversity

Neni Hermita

32 The Representation of Elementary Student at Cross-Age About Science Phenomenon and How to Make it Better?

Subuh Anggoro

33 Integration of Robotics into Stem Education for Facilitating Environmental Sustainability

Corrienna Abdul Talib

34 Research on the technology system of improving the livability of traditional residential architecture based on the construction dimension-Taking Zhangzhou area of Fujian Province as an example

Huang Zhuangwei

35 Applying STEM Concepts to Make a Blind Stick through Engineering Design Process

Lukman Nulhakim

36 The Effects of Space-Time Cognitive Teaching Method Toward Performance of Long Jump Technique

Su Zhan Guo

37 Examining the STEM-Science Achievement Test (SSAT) Using Rasch Dichotomous Measurement Model

Junainah Jamaludin

38 Developing Robotics Competition-based Learning Module – A Design and Development Research (DDR) Approach

Pang Yee Jiea

39 Exploring Problems in Learning Biology: Students’ and Teachers’ Perspectives, in Perak, Malaysia

Suresh Kumar Joseph

40 Lifelong learning in the Era of IR4.0: A concept analysis

Por Fei Ping

41 Initiatives of Malaysian Higher Education in Embracing IR4.0

Por Fei Ping

42 Visual Learning Tools for Sports and Physical Health Education: A Reflective Study and Challenges for the Ways Forward

Ng Khar Thoe

43 Predicting the Hindrances of Virtual Learning Environment among Teachers from Vernacular Schools

Saravanan Paramesvaran

44 Psychometric Properties of Computational Thinking Using Artec-Robo for STEM Education (CTARS)

Murugan Rajoo

45 The Effectiveness of the Use of the ‘Fix Me’ Multiplication Board in Mastering Multiplication Among Primary Tamil School Students

Gayatiri Balasubramaniam

46 Factors Influencing Tamil Reading Problems among Slow Learners from Primary School Students

Jeyadevi Panneerselvam

47 Examining a 5E Inquiry Learning Module for Malaysian Science Teachers: A Needs Analysis

Zainah Don

48 A Conceptual Framework to Design and Develop Dyscalculia Checklist Instrument for Dyscalculic Pupils

Yoong Soo May

49 Knowledge Mapping of Preschool Teacher Research – A Visual Analysis Using Citespace

Shen Lijuan

50 Attitudes of General Children Parents to Preschool Inclusive Education

Ma Min

51 Exploring of Parents Cultivate the Independence and Concentration of Preschoolers

You Chaoying

52 The Effect of Functional Strength Training on Teenagers Throwing Athletes

Zhang Ran

53 The Construction of Normal System and Mechanism of Physical Fitness Monitoring in the National Fitness

Zeng Gao

54 Forest School Concept Based on Indigenous Knowledge for Orang Asli Schools – From an Expert Perspective

Norwaliza Abdul Wahab

55 The Effect of 5E Inquiry Learning Model on the Science Achievement in the Learning of Acid and Alkali among Year 3 Malaysian Students

Eng Tek Ong

56 STAD Cooperative Learning Model: Its Effect on the Achievement of Zoology Among Pre-Service Biology Teachers in Indonesia

Eng Tek Ong

57 Managing Technology enhanced Innovation Programs – Framework, Exemplars and Future Directions

Ng Khar Thoe

58 Jinan City’s traffic flow: What netizens say?

Hao Liu

59 Role of Knowledge Management in Coastal Tourism Towards Sustainable Development Goals in Sabah, Malaysia

Faizan Hasan Mustafa

60 Urban Ecotourism Destination: Exploring the Potential of Kota Kinabalu City, Sabah, Malaysia

Awangku Hassanal Bahar Pengiran Bagul

61 Perception of the Locals Towards the Image of the Spa and Their Intention to Visit

Felsy Joseph Sandi

62 Tagal Ecotourism and Empowerment for Local Community

Christiana Jonut

63 Students’ Perception and Their Commitment to Work in Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Winne Chengai

64 Character Assessment for Heritage Landscape Resource at World Heritage Site

Rohainis Rahim

65 Success Indicators for Bukit Gemok as an Ecotourism Site

Tshin Lip Vui

66 Promotional Practices Analytics of Retail Store in Oman: A case study

Roland Getaruelas

67 Exemplification of Entrepreneurial Intentions and Competencies of Business Students in Oman

Roland Getaruelas

68 Emerging Trend of Education during and Post COVID 19: A New Challenge

Gunjan Jain

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