Abstract in English must be submitted no later than
18th of March 2017 1st of April 2017 5th of April 15th of April. The abstract must be submitted as a word document(s) and contain a title of a submission, full name, and affiliation of the author(s). Author(s) should send an abstract with approximately two hundred words to OCS. Author(s) is also required to complete the particular forms that can be found on the conference website. If more than two authors are listed, please identify the one who will make the presentation at the conference. The submitted abstracts will be reviewed by Committee. An email notification of acceptance will be sent gradually starting on 8th of April 2017 17th of April to 20th of April. Please note that Abstract submission via email will be rejected.
The abstract template can be downloaded here.
Papers are accepted to be presented in the conference which focus on theoretical perspectives and contextual issues of STEM, and explore possibilities to both broaden and sharpen our understanding of these (but not limited to) following strands:
Strand 1: Teaching and learning. The topic covers Computed Assisted Instruction, K-12 Teaching and Learning, Instructional Strategies, Multicultural Issues in Teaching and Learning, Curriculum Construction, Policies, Methods and Approaches, Systemic Functions of STEM, and Online Education.
Strand 2: Assessment. The strand includes Evaluation, Scoring and Assesment of STEM in Classroom, Exploring Issues in Classroom Dynamics, Special Education Scoring and Assessment, Computer-based Assessment, Peer-reviewed Process and Portfolio.
Strand 3: Community engagement. The topic involves Goals and Target for Academic Involvement, Development of STEM, Stakeholder’s Support in Developing and Rediscovering New Possibilities in STEM, Schools and Communities’ Roles in Enhancing the Systemic Functions of STEM in Education and Technology
Strand 4: Job opportunities in STEM. This part confronts Becoming Educators in STEM in Different Levels of Education, STEM for Home Economic Industries, STEM in Small Business Enterprises.
Strand 5: Parents’ involvement in enhancing STEM. The goals of this subtheme are to explore the Role of Parents in Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of STEM in Low, Middle, High Educations, Family Support to the Education in the Basis of STEM in Globalised Era.
Strand 6: Issues and challenges in STEM. The last strand is to define the Applications and the Uses of STEM in Modernised and Wired World, The Role of Digital Communication, Internet-based Education, Online Database, Computational Broadband Conference, The Productive Support of STEM in Digitalised Classroom.
The conference invites reputable and internationally recognized keynote speakers in their specialized fields:
- Dr. (HC). Ir. Tri Rismaharini, M.T | The Mayor of Surabaya (Expert in Urban Planning)
- Prof. Peter Hubber | Deakin University of Australia (Professor of Science Education)
- Prof. Dato’ Noraini Idris | Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia (Professor of Mathematics Education)
- Prof. Dr. Ong Eng Tek | Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia (Professor of Science Education)
- Ms. Namji Steinmann | East-West Center, USA (K-12 Education)
Selected papers will be published in SCOPUS-indexed proceeding under the IOP Conference Series and the papers which are not published in the Indexed Proceeding are strongly recommended to be submitted to our local journals.