Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 05/July/2021
1:30pm
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2:00pm
Opening Ceremony
Location: Room 1
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Keynote 1: Exploring STEM: From Roots to Flowers
Location: Room 1
Chair: Prof. David Anderson, University of British Columbia
Author: Prof. Douglas McDougall, University of Toronto
3:00pm
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3:15pm
Break
3:15pm
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4:45pm
Paper Session 1.1: STEM and Soft Skills
Location: Room 1

Examining the Manifestation of Scientific Empathy Among Korean Elementary School Students
Heesun Yang1,2, David Anderson1, Seong-joo Kang2
1The University of British Columbia, Canada; 2Korea National University of Education, South Korea

Differentiated Instruction in Science Classrooms: Methods, Outcomes, and the Potential Role of Technology
Mohammed Estaiteyeh
University of Western Ontario, Canada

Animating The Inquiry Process On Climate Change Through Learning Of Mathematical And Communicative Literacies
Sean Chorney, Angel Lin
Simon Fraser University, Canada
Paper Session 1.2: Social Issues
Location: Room 2


Wasisək kisihtohtit [Children Made It]: Coding Workshops as a Site For Professional Development For Teacher Candidates and Practicing Teachers
Shaunda Wood1, Joleen Paul2
1St. Thomas University, Canada; 2St. Thomas Univeristy, Canada

"Start With Where You Are": The View Of Indigenizing STEM Curriculum From Educational Outreach
Richard Canevez1, James Shaw2, Soundous Ettayebi2, Charlene Everson3
1Pennsylvania State University; 2Geering Up Engineering Outreach; 3K'omoks First Nation

Recognition of STEM Human Resources Community by Higher Education Students in JAPAN and MALAWI
Tomotaka Kuroda
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Shizuoka University, Japan
Paper Session 1.3: STEAM/Interdisciplinary
Location: Room 3


A STEAM-Oriented Activity in a Taiwanese Elementary School: What Children Learn in a Grade 3 Language Classroom
Chi-Jen Lin1, Wen-Hui Tseng2
1National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; 2Taipei Municipal Jian-Kang Elementary School, Taiwan

Examination of Effects of Transdisciplinary Steam Education on Students’ Career Choices
Sumeyra Hallac Karakapici, Feral Ogan Bekiroglu
Marmara University, Turkey

STEAM Education in Canada: Student Learning and Transferable Skills
Marja Gabrielle Bertrand, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa
Western University, Canada

Workshop 1.1
Location: Room 4

Artificial Intelligence and Digital Citizenship
Matthew Griffin
Kids Code Jeunesse, Canada


Making the Story of STEM Learning Visible – Mathematica, Raspberry Pi and Arduino as Narrative Tools for Systems Engineering
Colin Bronislaw Chapman
Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority - AUSTRALIA
Workshop 1.2
Location: Room 5
Beyond Observing: The Multiple Uses of a New Integrated STEM Education Observation Protocol Emily Anna Dare1, Joshua A. Ellis1, Elizabeth A. Ring-Whalen2, Gillian H. Roehrig3 1Florida International University, United States of America; 2St. Catherine University; 3University of Minnesota

Using Google Apps to Create an Inclusive Science Classroom
Christina Louise Drescher
UBC Masters of Education in Science Education, Vancouver, Canada
Panel 1.1
Location: Room 6

STEM Teacher Education and Professional Development: Examining Possibilities for Collaboration
Dragana Martinovic1, Yifat Ben David Kolikant2, Marina Milner-Bolotin3, David Anderson3, Laura Gorjao Stringer4, Mike Hengeveld5
1University of Windsor, Canada; 2Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 3University of British Columbia; 4Gleneagle Secondary School; 5Templeton Secondary School


Building Relational Connections in STEM Education Through Indigenous Epistemology and Immersive Experiences
Poh Tan1, Paula MacDowell21 1Simon Fraser University, Canada; 2University of Saskatchewan, Canada
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5:00pm
Break
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6:30pm
Panel 1.2
Location: Room 1

How Can Outreach Foster Further Interest in STEM and Eventually Lead to Careers in STEM?
Natalia Bussard1, Christin Wiedemann2, Olivia New3, Joel Liman4, Theresa Liao5, Jo-Ann Coggan5
1UBC, Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute; 2Slalom Build; 3STEM ACES; 4UBC, Faculty of Science and Faculty, Land and Food Systems; 5Science World, BC


They Learn, We Learn. Building a Multidisciplinary STEM Learning Community To Prepare Pre-Service Teachers For Science Teaching
Diana Bedoya1, Eileen van der Flier-Keller1, Michelle Ciolfitto1,2, Allan Mackinnon1, Daria Ahrensmeier1, Dominic Mallet1
1Simon Fraser University, Canada; 2School District 43
Symposium 1
Location: Room 2
Changing The Landscape: STEM Educational Reform Through Cross-Disciplinary Approaches
Lesley Wong1, Yu-Ling Lee2, Kshamta Hunter1
1University of British Columbia, Canada; 2Trinity Western University
Workshop 1.3
Location: Room 3

Gone Girl: An Arts-based Approach to Address the Roots of Gender Disparity in STEM Disciplines and Fields
Melanie Vanessa Williams, Anne Marie Miki
Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, Canada


New Stories For Old: Perimeter Institute Resources And Opportunities For Modern Physics In Junior And Senior High School Science
Lu Li1, Philip Freeman2,3, Jason Chow2
1North Vancouver School District (44), Canada; 2Richmond School District (38), Canada; 3The Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Canada
Innovative Showcase 1.1
Location: Room 5

The STEM High School Program: Practical Application of a PBL Framework in a Traditional Secondary School Context
Michael Hengeveld, Carl Janze
Vancouver School Board, Canada


Bridging Biology and Computer Science to Engage High School Students in Solving Real World Problems
Elizabeth F. Ryder1, Carolina Ruiz1, Shari Weaver1, Robert J. Gegear2
1Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, United States of America; 2University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, N. Dartmouth, MA, United States of America
Sponsored: Callysto Workshop
Location: Room 6
Teaching Digital Workforce Skills in the Classroom
Michael Lamoureux
PIMS Callysto

Coding, computational thinking, and data science are important skills for the growing digital workforce. In this workshop, teachers will learn how to add these skills into their classrooms by using Callysto – a federally-funded, online, curriculum-tied tool designed for Grades 5-12 students. Educators who use Callysto in their classrooms will lead the session. Participants are asked to bring their own laptops where possible, so they can jump into Callysto tutorials.
For more information on the Callysto project, please visit Callysto.ca
 
Date: Tuesday, 06/July/2021
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Keynote 2: Teaching Calculus to Life Science Students
Location: Room 1
Chair: Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin, University of British Columbia
Author: Prof. Leah Edelstein-Keshet, University of British Columbia
3:00pm
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3:15pm
Break
3:15pm
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4:45pm
Paper Session 2.1: Innovative Pedagogy or Curricula
Location: Room 1
Making Space For Inquiry In A High School STEM Laboratory
James Gauthier, Douglas Adler, Samson Nashon, Marina Milner-Bolotin
University of British Columbia, Canada

Inclusion in a STEM Innovation Hub: Perspectives of Teachers and Administrators
Katie Laux, Larry Plank
Hillsborough County Public Schools, United States of America

What is STEM? A Comparative Case Study of Elementary Students' STEM Conceptions Based on Whether Their School has a STEM Focus
Elizabeth A. Ring-Whalen, Jeanna R. Wieselmann, Gillian H. Roehrig
St. Catherine University, United States of America

Paper Session 2.2: Research Approaches
Location: Room 2
Impact of Mathematics Centre Intervention at a South African University of Technology
Radley Mahlobo, Ramoshweu Lebelo
Vaal University of Technology, South Africa

Becoming a More Epistemologically Fluent STEM Teacher: The Makerspace as Pedagogical Frame
Sandra Lynn Becker, Michele Jacobsen
University of Calgary, Canada

Critical Thinking Skills In Evaluating Statistically Based Reports
Shunya Koga
University of Tsukuba, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, Japan & Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Paper Session 2.3: Informal Contexts
Location: Room 3
Science Fiction Conventions as an Informal Learning Space: Exploring Attendees Attitudes About Science
Kania Greer1, Donna Governor2, Gina Childers3, 1Georgia Southern University, United States of America; 2University of North Georgia, United States of America; 3Texas Tech University, United States of America

Stem-Based Initiatives In An Informal Learning Context: Starting The Journey
Virgilio Jr Guinto Medina
Qatar National Library, Qatar

A STEM Club For Low-Income Youth Explores Strategies For Strengthening Community Responsiveness In Informal Science Education
Lydia E Carol-Ann Burke1, Kristen Schaffer2, Dina Alkhooly3
1University of Toronto, Canada; 2University of Toronto, Canada; 3Visions of Science
Paper Session 2.4: Online STEM Education
Location: Room 4

A New 21st Century Quantitative Learning Theory For Improving Stem Education In Both Face-To-Face And Online
Stanislaw Maj
SPM consulting, Australia

Curiosity-driven, Inquiry-based Science Projects Bridge Face-to-face and Online Learning Formats during Covid-19
Carol Rees1, Michelle Harrison1, Grady Sjokvist2, Morgan Whitehouse2, Elizabeth deVries2, Christine Miller1
1Thompson Rivers University, Canada; 2School District 73
Panel 2.1
Location: Room 5

STEAM Education Across Contexts: How Informal Learning Organizations Support Lifelong Learning
Karen Lee1, Trish Pattison2, Yukiko Stranger-Galey3
1Science World BC, Canada; 2HR MacMillan Space Centre; 3Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Scientific Leadership - A STEM Youth Movement
Igor Ronin, Maya Lugassi, Tirzah Margolin
RASHI Foundation, Israel Scientific Leadership - A STEM Youth Movement
4:45pm
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5:00pm
Break
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Paper Session 2.5: Technology
Location: Room 1

Philosophy of Technology for Children and Youth II
Paula MacDowell1, Stephen Petrina2 1University of Saskatchewan, Canada; 2University of British Columbia, Canada

Learners as Players and Designers: a Formal Learning Approach to Game Design
Farzan Baradaran Rahimi, Beaumie Kim
University of Calgary, Canada
Paper Session 2.6: Teacher Education
Location: Room 2

SCI 192 The Science Around Us – An Innovative, Student-Centred, Multidisciplinary Approach To Meeting The Science Lab Requirement For Pre-Service Teachers
Eileen van der Flier-Keller1, Diana Bedoya1, Michelle Ciolfitto2,1, Sarah Johnson1, Daria Ahrensmeier1, Peter Hollman1, Rebecca Goyan1, Sophie Lavieri1, Glyn Williams-Jones1, Dominic Mallett1, Allan MacKinnon1
1Simon Fraser University, Canada, 2School District 43 Coquitlam

Owning Stem: Pre-Service Teacher’s Professional Development Through a Collaborative Research Project
Jenny S-W Yuen, Miwa A Takeuchi
University of Calgary, Canada
Paper Session 2.7: STEM and Soft Skills
Location: Room 3


Research on Career-oriented STEM Curriculum Design Strategy
Jingyu He, Yu Wang, Yan Dong
Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of

Measuring Changes In Scientific Skills And Attitudes For Non-Science Majors In A Three Week Laboratory Course
Ian Blokland, Sheryl Gares, Brian Rempel
University of Alberta Augustana Campus, Canada

Understanding STEM Identity Using the High School Longitudinal Study from the U.S. National Center for Education Statistics
Dick Michael Carpenter
University of Colorado, United States of America
Panel 2.2
Location: Room 4

Designing the “STEAM + ”Learning Projects to Bridge Compulsory Education Schools and Museums in China
Le Wang
Shaaxi Normal University

Virtual, Science, and Art: The Art of Education
Jiyoung Shim1, Hojung Choi1, Kari Li2, 1Hsiao-Cheng Han
1The University of British Columbia, Canada, 2Teachers College, Columbia University
Workshop 2.3
Location: Room 5

Computational Thinking Activities for Pre-Literate Children Bowen Hui
University of British Columbia Okanagan, Canada

Collaboration: A Change Catalyst For Future Generations Of STEM Professionals
Katherine Weber1, Karen Peterson2 1Canadian Collaborative for Equity in S.T.E.M.; 2National Girls Collaborative Project
Date: Wednesday, 07/July/2021
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Keynote 3: STEM + Art = Design Education: How Can Youth Education Promote STEM Learning?
Location: Room 1
Chair: Prof. Samson Nashon, University of British Columbia
Author: Prof. Daniel Roehr, University of British Columbia
3:00pm
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3:15pm
Break
3:15pm
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4:45pm
Paper Session 3.1: Technology
Location: Room 2
SOUL (Slow Online Ubiquitous Learning)
Stephen Petrina, Matiul Alam, Franc Feng
University of British Columbia, Canada

Research on the Influence of Learning Based on Game Design on the Deep Learning of Middle School Students
Li Xinyi, Yan Xiaomei, Xiao Yue, Wang Jingying
Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of

Paper Session 3.2: Research Approaches
Location: Room 3
Learning Analytics As A Tool Of Progressivism
Fabian Froehlich
UBC, Canada

Paper Session 3.3: STEAM/Interdisciplinary
Location: Room 4
Re-Storying the M in STEM: How Mathematics Education Might/Can Shape STEM and STEM Education
Jennifer Thom1, Cynthia Nicol2, Amanda Fritzlan1, Krista Francis Francis3, Florence Glanfield4, Elmer Ghostkeeper4
1University of Victoria; 2University of British Columbia, Canada; 3University of Calgary; 4University of Alberta

Does School Mmathematics Ssupport STEM Education? – Exploring Specialized Mathematical Knowledge For STEM Education Armmando Paulino Preciado Babb, Sharon Friesen
University of Calgary, Canada

Realizing STEM Heuristics in a Mathematics Problem Solving Activity
Allen Leung
Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)
Panel 3.1
Location: Room 5

Could Primary Teachers'’ Science Capital Have An Impact On That Of Their Students ?
Rich Barnard
Brunel University London, United Kingdom

Digital Storytelling: STEAM in Education
Kyle Stooshnov1, Yi Meng2, Weronika Stepien1, Diana Ihnatovych1, Hsiao-Cheng Han1 1The University of British Columbia, Canada; 2Simon Fraser University
Workshop 3.1
Location: Room 6

Increasing STEM Students' Intellective Capacity With Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL)

Mare Sullivan1, Elizabeth Straszynski2
1Seattle Pacific University, Seattle WA United States of America; 2University of Toronto Schools, Toronto ON Canada

STEM Robotics Activities in an Undergraduate Elementary Education Program: A Workshop for Pre-Service, Inservice Teachers, and Teacher Educators
Matt Flores, Amanda Thomas
University of Nebraska–Lincoln, United States of America
Sponsored: Nelson-Edwin Workshop
Location: Room 7

How Edwin supports innovative pedagogies and STEM
Kathleen Barter, Ken Peterson, Claire Varley
Nelson Education

The foundation to STEM education is built on the core skills of critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and real world application. This session will explore how the resources in Edwin support these crucial skills, the interdisciplinary planning of STEM units, and the creation of STEM performance tasks.

Attendees of this session will have an opportunity to receive Free Edwin Access until the end of July 31 2021 and will receive access to an Edwin STEM lesson. If you have questions ahead of this session, please email robyn.reekie@nelson.com.
4:45pm
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5:00pm
Break
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Paper Session 3.4: Technology
Location: Room 2

Teacher’s perceptions about technology integration in Ugandan Schools Stella Maris Namae
University of British Columbia, Canada

The Use of Situated Learning in C++ Programming Language Acquisition
Ruth Xiaoqing Guo, Stephen Edgar Gareau
SUNY Buffalo State, United States of America

How Does The Degree Of Guidance Support Students' Computational Thinking In Educational Robotics?
Siyu Zha1, Guang Chen2
1Lab for Lifelong Learning, Tsinghua University, China; 2School of Educational Technology, Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University

Paper Session 3.5: Innovative Pedagogy or Curricula
Location: Room 3

Exploratory Study of the Hypothetical Learning Trajectory of Chinese Students’ Speed Concept
Rui Ding1, Xuanzhu Jin2, Yingxia Zhang1
1Northeast Normal University; 2The Education University of Hong Kong

Resiliocentric Engineering for E-STEM Education and How to Lead Students to Engage in the Activities
Tomoki Saito1, David Kimori2, Thomas Meagher3, Masahisa Sato4, Teresa Shume5
1Juntendo University, Japan; 2Minnesota State University, Mankato; 3University of Minnesota; 4Tokyo City University; 5North Dakota State University

Using Integrated Approach to Teach Science: A Fijian Case Study
Parmeshwar Mohan, Deepa Chand
University of Tasmania, Australia
Paper Session 3.6: STEM Education in times of Covid-19 Pandemic
Location: Room 4
Students' Computational Thinking in Two Mathematics Block-based Programming Environments: Research During Covid-19
Jesus Enrique Hernandez-Zavaleta1, Sandra Becker1, Douglas Clark1, Corey Brady2, Natalie Major3
1Werklund School of Education - University of Calgary; 2Peabody College - Vanderbilt University; 3Canadian Rockies Public Schools

Covid-19 Effect On Students’ Motivation And Interest On Stem Education Hebah Fahad Alamr
University of Calgary, Saudi Arabia
Panel 3.2
Location: Room 5

Innovative Learning Environments (ILEs) in the Periphery – Moving from Theory to Practice in distance learning
Maya Lugassi1, Shani Sa'adon Chetrit1, Orly Rauch2, Guy Beigel2, Oren Baratz3, Tirzah Margolin4
1Beit Yatziv; 2Social Finance Israel; 3Jewish Federation of Cleveland; 4RASHI Foundation

Bridging the Gap in STEM with Education, Industry and Governmental Partners During a Global Pandemic
Lindsey Keith-Vincent1, Don Schillinger2, Tireka Cobb3, Nathan Lippe4, Susanne Thompson5, David LaFargue6 1Louisiana Tech University, United States of America; 2Louisiana Tech University, United States of America; 3Louisiana Board of Regents LOSFA Division - LA GEAR UP; 4Coursera.org; 5Discovery Education; 6Louisiana Board of Regents, LASTEM

Symposium 2
Location: Room 6

Designerly Ways, Means, and Ends: From STEM to STEAM to STEAMD
Jillianne Code1, Kieran Forde1, Stephen Petrina1, Rachel Ralph2, Jennifer Zhao1 1University of British Columbia, Canada; 2Centre for Digital Media
 
Date: Thursday, 08/July/2021
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Keynote 4: STEM as an Expression of Indigenous Science
Location: Room 1
Chair: Dr. Sandra Anne Scott, UBC
Author: Prof. Deborah McGregor, York University
3:00pm
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3:15pm
Break
3:15pm
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4:45pm
Paper Session 4.1: Social Issues
Location: Room 1


STEM Education through Socieoscientific Issues: Opportunities and Barriers to Achieving Social Justice
Jessica S.C. Leung1, Maurice M.W. Cheng2 1The University of Hong Kong; 2The University of Waikato, New Zealand


STEM Enrollment of Second-Generation Immigrant Students with High-Skilled Parents
Svetlana Chachashvili-Bolotin1, Sabina Lissitsa2, Marina Milner-Bolotin3
1Ruppin Academic Center, Israel; 2Ariel University, Israel; 3University of British Columbia, Canada

Motivational and Challenging Factors that Contribute to Gender Imbalance in Post-Secondary Computer Science Education
Mirela Gutica
British Columbia Institute of Technology, Canada
Paper Session 4.2: Assorted Themes
Location: Room 2

Reverse the Wind: How STEM Higher Education Practices in Eastern China Compare with Higher Education Practices in the U.S.
Stephen Edgar Gareau, Ruth Xiaoqing Guo
SUNY Buffalo State, Buffalo, New York

Enhancing Maths Teachers' Pedagogy in Special Schools in Queensland Australia
Bronwyn Ewing
Queensland University of technology, Australia

Effect of Computer Simulation on Students' Motivation and Engagement in Physics Learning: Experience from Tanzanian Secondary Schools.
Angela Mercy Rutakomozibwa
University of British Columbia, Canada
Paper Session 4.3: STEAM/Interdisciplinary
Location: Room 3
Factors which Sustain Integrated STEM Curriculum Approaches in Secondary School Settings
Judy Anderson, Debbie Tully
The University of Sydney

Student Club Integrated Internal Expeditionary Outreach
David Robert Bruce
Fulbright University Vietnam, Vietnam

Development and Implementation of Citizen Science Based STEAM Programs for Elementary Students in Korea
Soo-Young Lee1, Youngseok Jhun1, Kapsu Kim1, Hae Ae Seo2
1Seoul National University of Education, Republic of Korea; 2Pusan National University, Republic of Korea
Paper Session 4.4: Teacher Education
Location: Room 4
Coteachers’ Interactions for Professional Learning in a First Grade Classroom Moving to Student-Centered Scientific Inquiry
Carol Rees
Thompson Rivers University, Canada

Connecting Teachers' Beliefs about Physics and Concerns Regarding a New Curriculum Document
Ellen Rose Watson
University of Alberta, Canada

Supports and Barriers for Teacher Professional Learning and Growth Richelle Marynowski
University of Lethbridge, Canada

Workshop 4.1
Location: Room 5

What Is High-Quality STEM? The Development and Application of an Integrated STEM Rubric
Mia Dubosarsky, Donna Taylor
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), United States of America

Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum
Wendy Lorch
Science World BC, Canada
Innovative Showcase and Panel
Location: Room 6

Augmented Reality for Stem Learning: Engaging Minds with Technologies that Invite and Immerse
Paula MacDowell1, Quincy Wang2
1University of Saskatchewan, Canada; 2Simon Fraser University, Canada

Revisioning Education Through Technology
Kwesi Yaro1, Junsong Zhang2, Jennifer Zhao1, Hsiao-Cheng Han1
1The University of British Columbia, Canada; 2Justice Institute of British Columbia
4:45pm
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5:00pm
Break
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6:30pm
Poster Session (In breakout rooms)
Location: Room 1





Poster Session





Date: Friday, 09/July/2021
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Keynote 5: Exploring the promise of disciplinary convergence: Approaches for Integrating Computing and STEM in PK-12
Location: Room 1
Chair: Meghan Allen, The University of British Columbia
Author: Dr. Shuchi Grover, Senior Research Scientist, Looking Glass Ventures, LLC, Palo Alto, California, USA

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Break
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4:45pm
Paper Session 5.1: STEM Education in Informal Contexts
Location: Room 1
An Ethnographic Study of Video Technology Use in Small Business Development in Western New York
Eric Jing Guo1, Michael J. Littman2, Ruth Xiaoqing Guo3
1SUNY Buffalo State, United States of America; 2SUNY Buffalo State, United States of America; 3SUNY Buffalo State, United States of America

Fostering and Researching Student Persistence in TVET in The Gulf: Mutual Adaptation in an Intercultural Space
Chris David Campbell
University of the Fraser Valley, Canada

The Impact of Teaching an Integrated STEM Curriculum on Preschool Teachers’ Knowledge, Practice, and Self-Efficacy
Mia Dubosarsky1, Florencia Anggoro2, Susmitha Wunnava1, Bernadette Sibuma1, Melissa-Sue John1, Sarah E Kabourek3
1Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), United States of America; 2College of the Holy Cross, United States of America; 3NORC at the University of Chicago, United States of America

Paper Session 5.2: Innovative Pedagogy or Curricula
Location: Room 2
Investigating Kenyan Primary School Teachers’ Stem Teaching through a Girl Child’s Cultural Experiences/Knowledge Framework
Selline Ooko1, Festus Kelonye2, Samson Nashon3, David Anderson3, Elizabeth Namazzi5
1Masinde Muliro University, Kenya; 2 Kikabii University, Kenya; 3University of British Columbia, Canada; 5Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda

Materiality of Tabletop Games: Emergence of Learners’ Designs and Mathematical Problems
Beaumie Kim, Farzan Baradaran Rahimi, Shima Dadkhahfard
University of Calgary, Canada

Effects of Evidence-based STEM Model on Students' Performance
Lan Wu1, Xuanchen Zhou2, Axi Wang3, Shengquan Yu1
1Beijing Normal University, China; 2The Affiliated High School of Peking University, China; 3Beijing Union University, China

Blending East and West: Teaching College-Level Environmental Science in Eastern China to Chinese English Language Learners
Stephen Edgar Gareau, Ruth Xiaoqing Guo
SUNY Buffalo State, New York
Paper Session 5.3: STEM and Soft Skills
Location: Room 3

Scientific Construction of STEM Education Classroom Teaching and Learning Evaluation System in Primary and Secondary Schools
Guang Shan Hui Guang
Yaohai District Bureau of education and sports, Hefei City, Anhui Province, China, People's Republic of China

Scaffolding Critical Reasoning and Argumentation in Stem Literacy Teaching Barker Megan, Sharp Joan, Arlene Spracklin, Angel Lin
Simon Fraser University, Canada

Enhancing Science Inquiry Skills of STEM Students through Socio Scientific Based Instruction
Ronaldo Comploma Reyes, Dioleta Buelva Borais
Department of Education- SDO Tabaco City, Philippines
Workshop 5.1
Location: Room 5

Using Digitized Scientific Collections to Engage Students in Authentic, Object-based Science Investigations
Kirsten R. Butcher1, Madlyn Larson2, Mitchell J. Power1, McKenna Lane2, Michelle Hudson1
1University of Utah, United States of America; 2Natural History Museum of Utah

SEM Microscopy In The Classroom: A Workshop Modelling Inquiry-Based Nanoscience
Quinn McCashin1,2, Kerry Rose1,2
1University of Alberta; 2CMASTE
Innovative Showcase 5.1
Location: Room 6

The STEM Mentoring Cafe - Youth Encounters with STEM Experts
Wes Wong
Open Science Network, Canada

A Safer Rainbow Flame Demonstration
John Paul Canal, Rajendra Dev Sharma, Hamel N. Tailor
Simon Fraser University, Canada
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Break
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Poster Session
Location: Room 1





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6:30pm
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Closing Ceremony
Location: Room 1

 
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