The 5th International Conference on
Educational Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2024)

Educational innovation has become an important issue on a global scale. The evolution of society and technology has provided new ways to improve future teaching achievements. It also allows us to seek different solutions to the problems that were difficult to solve in the past. On the other hand, our conference aims at unveiling and inspecting the philosophical inquiries usually hidden among the lines of logical debate. We hope that inter-disciplinary studies with a social scientific focus can all be traced back to the very source of their philosophical pursuits and eventually contribute to the creation of knowledge. The conference is supported by faculty members from King's College London, Cardiff University, University of Wolverhampton, University of Murcia.

We welcome paper submissions from different areas: Education, Psychology, or Sociology, etc. This conference welcomes innovative scholars to participate in order to boost scientific information exchange among researchers, students and industry experts around the world. We are excited to witness the communications of outstanding and diverse researchers of education innovation, social sciences and humanities during this conference.



We call for excellent papers and review them according to the requirements of each journal. Qualified submissions will be directly recommended for publication in the following journals or corresponding Special Issues. The journals listed below have been indexed by Science Citation Index (SCI)/Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-E) and/or Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) or Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI):

  • JCRQ1 - Cities [Impact Factor: 6.7; CiteScore: 10.4]

Conference Proceedings

Accepted papers of ICEIPI 2024 will be published in Lecture Notes in Education Psychology and Public Media (Print ISSN 2753-7048), which will be submitted to Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), Crossref, CNKI, Portico, Google Scholar and other databases for indexing. The situation may be affected by factors among databases like processing time, workflow, policy, etc.

Title: Lecture Notes in Education Psychology and Public Media
Press: EWA Publishing, United Kingdom
ISSN: 2753-7048 2753-7056 (electronic)

Best Paper

It is with great honor that we declare, after an extensive and meticulous peer review procedure, a distinguished assortment of research papers from world-wide authors has been selected for their outstanding quality to be showcased at the 5th International Conference on

Educational Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2024), due to their exceptional distinction

  • The Long-term Effect of Cantonese Usage under the Dominance of Mandarin on Academic Performance

    By Zicheng Huang

  • Religion and National Values: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Denmark, Iran, South Korea, and Thailand

    By Xian Wu

  • An Empirical Study on Gender Differences of College Students' Perceptions in Online Learning

    By Yishan Du

We are excited to announce that a vast array of excellent papers has been received and included in the conference proceedings. We look forward with great enthusiasm to receiving more exceptional submissions for our upcoming conferences.


Huntsville-Creative Strategies for Effective Vocabulary Acquisition

Beijing-The History or the Industry: Historical Preservation in City Regeneration

Perth-Assessment Task Quality in a Digital Era


Johanna Waters

Enrique Mallen, Ph.D.

Professor, Sam Houston State University

Dr. Enrique Mallen is Professor at Sam Houston State University. He received his PhD. in Linguistics from Cornell University. He regularly teaches courses on language, linguistics, art and culture. He has published numerous articles on linguistics, art and literature. Among his most recent publications are the books Pablo Picasso and Dora Maar: A Period of Conflict (1936-1946) (2021) and Pablo Picasso: The Aphrodite Period (1924-1936) (2020).

Title of Speech: Language Learning and Vocabulary Acquisition