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Spring 2021

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    New Technology and Sustainable Convergence Education.

    The thematic issue of ICAS Spring 2021 is "New Technology and Sustainable Convergence Education." World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) presented the concept of 'sustainable development' as the main focus of global society in 1972. Rio Declaration advanced the role and importance of education in realizing 'sustainable development' in 1992. International effort has served as a reminder of the necessity of hauling the existing educational curriculum for evolving into a sustainable society. It would tackle the problems of environmental pollutions, social injustice, and economic inequality. Similarly, John Dewey noted that the school can initiate social reform. Dewey believed that the school is capable of educating future citizens to be ‘better moral, social and political problem-solvers.’ In other words, the role of education is a social reconstruction via education.

    In this sense, this conference would welcome all discussions to contribute to convergence education in conjunction with technology, sustainable development, or social change.

    Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

    • Sustainable development, technology, and convergence education

    • Building institutions for sustainable development, and convergence education

    • Sustainability for next education

    • Sustainability within convergence education

    • Resource sustainability and convergence education

    • Equality, technology, and education

    • Conflicts and development within convergence education

    • Convergence education and climate change

    • Human and institutional capacity for sustainability, and convergence education

    • Technological innovations, green technology, and convergence education

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  • Timetable
    Korea Standard Time
    (Central European Summer Time)
    Program Run Time
    Opening Session Chair : Eun Young Jung (Korea National University of Education)
    Opening Address
    Seoung-Hey Paik

    Chairman, International Society for the Advancement of STEAM, Korea
    Congratulatory address
    Nurhasanah Farida

    Deputy Director, SEAMEO Regional Centre for QITEP in Mathematics, Indonesia
    Welcoming address
    Chung Won Cho

    Chairperson, Foundation for the Advancement of STEAM, Korea
    Opening Ceremony

    Ocarina group
    Keynote Remarks Chair : Eun Young Jung (Korea National University of Education)
    Young-Hoon Kim,“Printing Space: Application of 3D Printing in Geography Education and Research”
    Korea National University of Education, Korea
    Donald Gray, “Changing our Way of Thinking. From Fragmented Nature to Holistic Science”
    School of Education, University of Aberdeen, UK
    Emmanuel Ponchon, “eduScrum and the Transformation of Education”
    eduScrum, Spain
    A Roundtable Discussion Chair : Kristof Fenyvesi (Finnish Institute for Educational Research, Finland)
    Pamela Burnard and Laura Colucci-Gray
    University of Cambridge, and Moray House School of Education and Sport, UK
    “Why science and arts creativities matter: What posthumanism makes possible as transdisciplinary configurations in education for sustainable futures” 90‘
    Anssi Lindell and Kristof Fenyvesi
    University of Jyväskylä, and Finnish Institute for Educational Research, Finland
    “Finnish pre-service teachers’ views on the relationship between sustainability and technological development”
    Eun Young Jung*, Kyeongsik Choi, Hogul Park and Seoung-Hey Paik
    Korea National University of Education, and Yangji High School, Korea
    “The Creativity Education on the catenary curve of traditional Korean architecture (Hanok) using GeoGebra”
    Intermission 05'
    Session 1 Live Oral Presentation Chair: Carla M.A. Pinto (Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal)
    Kyeongsik Choi, Seoung-Hey Paik
    Yangji High School, and
    Korea National University of Education, Korea
    “Types and hindrance factors of pre-service teachers’ TPACK” 80'
    Carla M.A. Pinto, and Lurdes Babo
    and Jorge Mendonça

    School of Engineering, Polytechnic of Porto,
    and Polytechnic of Porto and CEOS. PP, Portugal
    “Adaptation to emergency remote teaching from the students’ point of view”
    Thierry (Noah) Dana-Picard, and Sara

    Jerusalem College of Technology, and
    Levinsky Academic College for Education, Israel.
    “A new pedagogic frame for STEAM Education in Covid-19 time”
    Julia Wolfinger
    GeoGebra Origin Lab at the School of Education in Linz, Austria
    “GeoGebra Classroom”
    Kenneth AU Kin Keung
    Hong Kong Taoist Association
    Wun Tsuen School, Hong Kong
    “Equipping students to change the future through STEAM education”
    Cheng Wing Kin
    The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    “How to make Mathematics learning sustainable from a learner’s perspective?”
    Corrado Falcolini
    Roma Tre University, Italy
    “Solving challenging problems using GeoGebra … at a distance”
    Farida Nurhasanah, Russasmita SriPadmi, Uki Rachmawati, Ruciana Galunggung
    SEAMEO Regional Centre for QITEP in Mathematics, Indonesia
    “Empowering STEM Professional Learning Community by Designing
    and Implrementing Creative and Innovative TPD Programs”
    Session 2. Pre-recorded Presentation Chair : Youngmi Kim (Korea National University of Education)
    Péter Négyesi , Ilona Oláhné Téglási, and Réka Racsko
    Eszterházy Károly University, Hungary
    “Pros & cons of e-learning environments from an adaptivity perspective” 80'
    Sakhiyyah Afifah and Ida Kaniawati
    Postgraduate School of Universitas
    Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia
    “Real-life storyboard method: a development of the storyboard method for environmental pollution learning”
    Shafira Rizka Amani, and Ida Kaniawati
    Indonesia University of Education, Indonesia
    “TR2C (Talking with parents, run your game, work collaborative, communicate clearly): A structured approach to teaching reproductive system in junior high school”
    Soyul Yi, and YoungJun Lee
    Korea National University of Education, Korea
    “Development of chemistry-centered STEAM program using machine learning platform for improving pre-service teachers’ teaching professionalism”
    Youngmi Kim
    Korea National University of Education, Korea
    “Pre-service teachers’ development of practical knowledge during the Free Semester system”
    Eun-Ju Ryu
    Korea National University of Education, Korea
    “Educational value of perception of model's Ignorance”
    Philippe Longchamps
    BMSL, Lund, Sweden
    “The Swedish national 4DFrame contest; Enlightening Imagination 2021”
    Session 3. Poster Chair: Dongyup Jung (Korea National University of Education)
    János Szász SAXON
    Poly-Universe Ltd Szokolya, Hungary
    Seo-Yoon Jang, Seoung-Hey Paik
    Korea National University of Education
    “A plan to improve high school students' convergent thinking skills
    Through the Living Lab project”
    Hac Jun Kim, Seoung-Hey Paik
    Korea National University of Education
    “A Study on the Learning Effect of 5th grade Students in English Class Applying the Convergence Instruction Model”
    Kughwa Lee, Seoung-Hey Paik
    Korea National University of Education
    “A Literature Review on Pedagogical Methods for Convergence Education”
    Ji-Yeong Kim, Seoung-Hey Paik
    Korea National University of Education
    “Cultivating Convergence Thinking Ability through Safe Road Projects”
    JIN CHA, Seoung-Hey Paik
    Korea National University of Education
    “Educational Effects of Blended Mathematics Class through Aesthetic Experience“
    Yong-min Park, Seoung-Hey Paik
    Korea National University of Education
    “Decision-making program of high school students using Machine Learning Platform“
    Hyunshik Ju, Seoung-Hey Paik, Yoonsun Oh
    Korea National University of Education
    “Multicultural education for preservice teachers in Korea using educational television docudramas“
    Closing Session Chair : Eun Young Jung (Korea National University of Education (Korea National University of Education)
    Closing Ceremony
    Rocky Byun

    Balancing Artist, Korea
    Closing Address
    Hogul Park

    Vice-Chair, 4D Mathematical Science Creativity Research Institute, Korea
    Session 4. Workshop Chair: Kyeongsik Choi (Yangji High School, Korea)
    Mathematics Education Using GeoGebra in Post-Corona Era 180'
    Sung Pil Kim
    Jungwon High School, Korea
    “GeoGebra and Covid-19”
    Chang Woo Ryu
    Gwangyang High School, Korea
    “Measuring the height of a pyramid using the concept of similarity”
    Sangyun Lim
    Sejong Girls High School, Korea
    “GeoGebra and Paperfolding activity”
  • Who will join us?
    • A Student, teacher, researcher, professor, entrepreneur who has a membership in ISAS. To become a member of ISAS, Please sign up in our website Detail (Click)

    Participation as… :
    • Oral presenter, workshop presenter, poster presenter, audience, etc. To participate in ICAS, Please submit your paper or poster and pay a participation fee.Detail (Click)

    ICAS 2021 will be held online:
    • According to the international environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Online Link information will be announced on our website.

  • Important Steps Deadline
    Abstract Submission Deadline (Paper/Poster) April 28/ 2021
    May 4/ 2021
    Pre-recorded Video
    Submission Deadline
    (For only those involved)
    May 14/ 2021
    Proceedings Release May 21/ 2021
    Conference Days May 28-29/ 2021

    Please submit your abstract or poster to our website [Submission] no later than April 28.
    You can download the required format on our Website [Instruction for Authors]. Choose the right format for your participating session.

    Detailed information for the live/ pre-recorded/ poster presenters will be provided on [Instruction for Authors].