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STEM Education Mini-Symposium

Building a New Culture for STEM Education in Asia

 2.5 Smart Points will be awarded to student for full participation


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Date: April 26, 2017  

Time: 8:30 – 14:30

Over the past century STEM Education has remained as one of the most globalized subject categories of the school curriculum given its nature of objectivity, centrality, universality, and its perceived relationship to the economic development. Significant efforts and resources for teacher education, curriculum development, professional development and research on STEM Education have been made available in numerous countries. CTLE invites you to participate in the STEM Education Mini-Symposium titled “Building a New Culture for STEM Education in Asia” on 26 April 2016 at the University of Macau in which participants can draw on expertise of renowned scholars and administrators from selective regions and institutions who have are experts in STEM Education.

The objective of this mini-symposium is to discuss the issues and challenges of STEM Teaching and Learning in the region and to provide an international forum for conversations, brainstorming, exchange of ideas, and the use of different pedagogical approaches and tools to enhance teaching and student learning with a focus on STEM Education. The mini-symposium includes one plenary led by Nobel Laureate Prof. Carl Edwin WIEMAN, session presentations by Prof. Tai Kai NG (HKUST), Prof. Xingkai LUO (Guangxi Normal University of P.R. China), Prof. Yew Jin LEE (Nanyang Technological University of Singapore), follow up by a closing panel with all speakers and Prof. Xin SONG (Chinese Academy of Sciences of P.R. China). The closing panel is intended to allow participants to interact and openly discuss ideas with the speakers and to provide closing insights with respect to STEM education in Asia.
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Smart Point Awarding Rules and Promotion:

Activity LESS than or EQUAL to 1 hour (0.5SP)

 1. Students who attend the WHOLE activity and arrive ON TIME will be given 0.5 Smart Point
2. Students who arrive late or leave early over than 5 minutes will NOT be given any Smart Point
3. Students who leave the venue during the activity for over 10 minutes will NOT be given any Smart Point
4. Students are required to check in/out of the activity with Student ID Card. For those who do not respect the activity or neglect the staff’s guidance, SAO reserves the right to cancel his/her Smart Point

Activity MORE than 1 hour (1SP)

1. Students who attend the WHOLE activity and arrive ON TIME will be given one Smart Point
2. Students who arrive late or leave early within 10 minutes will be given only half a Smart Point
3. Students who arrive late or leave early over 10 minutes will NOT be given any Smart Point
4. Students who leave the venue during the activity for over 15 minutes will NOT be given any Smart Point
5. Students are required to check in/out of the activity with Student ID Card. For those who do not respect the activity or neglect the staff’s guidance, SAO reserves the right to cancel his/her Smart Point

The socring of SP will be generated after 15 days in every activity