Tuesday, March 8, 2016

1st Annual STEM PBL in Asia Symposium

JUNE 18-19
Fukui, Japan


Do you want to innovate, learn and network with like-minded educators in the field of STEM Project-based learning?

JOIN US and come ignite your teaching potential in beautiful Fukui, Japan from June 18-19 for the 1st Annual STEM PBL in Asia Symposium. Registration includes a field trip to a Japanese Prefectural "Super Science High School" where you can get a rare and close inside look at Japanese STEM education.

With the theme "Collaborative Visions," the symposium is a wonderful opportunity to share research, insights and techniques and form professional networks in this burgeoning field of STEM and Project-based learning. Abstracts must be submitted by March 31, 2016.

Call for participation is open!
Lock in your early bird registration rates now.

For information on submission guidelines, registration and the schedule, please visit our homepage:

We welcome abstracts from the following areas:

Collaborative Development Through PBL
PBL for Professional Development
PBL Process and Learner Engagement
Effectiveness of Learning in PBL
PBL Ideas and Opportunities
PBL in STEM Education

Enquiries: tsushima@u-fukui.ac.jp

Sponsored by:
University of Fukui
National Geographic, Cengage

No comments:

Post a Comment

Contact us for Media Publicity

Coordinating a conference/seminar/workshop is a strenuous task for organizers as it demands a huge amount of organizers time in promoting the event for its success.
Not to worry anymore as we are here to make things easy for you. We pledge to simplify your task of coordinating conference/seminar/workshop through proper and systematic publicity for its wider reach and participation.
Our website http://thesocialscienceinformer.blogspot.in/ with a nominal charge will take care of publicizing the event more effectively, ensuring an overwhelming participation for the event around the world, without making organizers to spend time on promoting the event. Those who are interested can contact us at socialscienceinformer@gmail.com