Keynote Speaker (1)

Dr. Tan Khay Boon

Dr. Tan Khay Boon

Senior Lecturer

Singapore Institute of Management Global Education

Introduction of  Dr. Tan Khay Boon

Dr. Tan Khay Boon is a working at Singapore Institute of Management Global Education. He is also an assistant Editor of Singapore Economic Review. He holds a Ph.D. from Nanyang Technological University, Master of Social Science in Economics and Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) from National University of Singapore. He began his teaching career in 1995 as a lecturer at the Temasek Business School Temasek Polytechnic, before moving on to lecture in Economics in the School of Humanities of Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University and the School of Business, Singapore University of Social Sciences.  He is currently a senior lecturer and Head of programme in the Singapore Institute of Management Global Education.  During his teaching career, Dr. Tan has taught various economic modules including international economics, macroeconomics, managerial economics, econometrics, time series analysis and forecasting. He has also published his research in reputed journals and the daily newspapers.

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Keynote Speaker (2)


Professor Jeffrey Trambley

Faculty of International Communication

Musashino Gakuin University, Japan

Introduction of  Prof. Jeffrey Trambley

Jeffrey Trambley is a professor at the Faculty of International Communication of Musashino Gakuin University in Japan and at the institution’s graduate school program. Originally from Minnesota in the USA, he began his EFL career teaching in the Czech Republic at the secondary school level. In Japan since 1997, he first spent 2 years as an Assistant English Teacher (AET) for the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan on the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Programme in Fukushima Prefecture before moving to Tokyo to complete his Master’s degree at the Tokyo College of Music. 

He has taught at universities in the Tokyo area since 2002. His research interests span a variety of disciplines including EFL reading assessment methods, student motivation, gender bias in testing, and ICT usage. Currently, his research efforts focus on Olympic Education (OE) and the role of higher education in the Olympic Movement as well as how educational institutions can promote inclusion and diversity. He hopes his research will ensure that the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics will provide lasting educational benefits extending far beyond 2020.

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