征稿:2019 International STEM in Education Symposium
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Call for Papers

 2019 International STEM in Education Symposium

(STEM 2019 Symposium)


The International STEM in Education Conference was founded by QUT in collaboration with consortia consists of eight universities,was hosted by the consortia member alternately. 2019 International STEM in Education Symposium will be hosted by Southwest University, Chongqing, China on November 19 - 22 , 2019. The symposium program involves in-depth research presentations, professional conversations about best practice, engaging panel discussions,practical presentations that enable delegates to exploredevelop current advanced innovations ideas on learningteaching in STEM education. 

You are invited to present at STEM 2019 to share your expertiseinnovative practices with your peers, professional practitioners,researchers from various disciplines around the world. The STEM in Education Symposium Consortia consists of eight universitiesinvolved representatives from Australia’s Queensland Institute of Technology (QUT)the University of Sydney; from China, Beijing Normal University (BNU), Northeast Normal University,Southwest University, and Shanghai Normal University;from Canada, the University of British Columbiathe University of Calgary.

Official Website:http://stem2019.swu.edu.cn/


STEM 2019 Symposium Theme

A Vision for Innovation TeachingLearning in STEM Education

Topics for submission include, but are not limited to:

Teachers instruction -focused strand:

- Cross- disciplinary curriculum design in STEM

- Technology integration into STEM curriculum

- Interdisciplinary instruction in STEM

- Teaching strategies in STEM education

- Technology enhance learning in STEM instruction

- Multiple approaches in STEM education program

- Teachers’ capacity of STEM instruction

Students learningfocused strand:

- Interdisciplinary learning in STEM

- Research-based practices for students’ learning in STEM education

- Psychological perspective on students’ learning in STEM education

- Students’ cognitive development in STEM

- Students’ innovation ability in STEM

- Assessmentevaluation of students’ outcome in STEM

Theorypractice- focused strand:

- Policiesleadership for STEM

- Challengesopportunities for STEM education

- Curriculum theorydevelopment in STEM

- STEM education’s sustainable development


Important Dates (Latest News)

- Paper Submission: March 1- April 302019

- Author Notification: June 30, 2019

- Registration Open Date: July 1-30, 2019

- Final Manuscript Due: July 1-30, 2019

- Registration Due: November 19, 2019


Organized by

Southwest University, Chongqing, China


Submission of Papers

A paper should be prepared according to the proceedings template, which can be downloaded via this link.

STEM 2019 Symposium-Full-Paper-Template.doc

Proposals must be a maximum 3,000 words in length. This includes all references, tablesfigures, which should be kept to a minimum. Submissions should represent originalsubstantive research results. We will not accept any paper which, at the time of submission, is under review for or has already been published (or accepted for publication) in another conferencejournal. Authors should submit their manuscripts in Microsoft Word format to STEM 2019 via the EasyChair submission system (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=2019stem). Each paper submitted to STEM 2019 will be carefully evaluated based on its originality, significance, technical soundness,clarity of expression. Selected papers will be published in a collection of essays.


All the accepted papers will be published.


Venue Information

Conference VenueSouthwest University, Chongqing, China

Conference Dates: November 1922, 2019

Conference Chair: Prof. Geping Liu

Contact NameHang Hu, Huapeng Dai

Address: Faculty of Education

Southwest University

No.2 Tiansheng Road, BeiBei District, Chongqing, 400715,P.R.China 

Email

stem2019@swu.edu.cn

ethuhang@swu.edu.cn

QQ Group:

966596637

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