APEC-Tsukuba International Conference X:

Innovation of Mathematics Education through Lesson Study Challenges to Energy Efficiency on STEM and Cross-border Education

Date: February 12-15, 2016
Venue: University of Tsukuba, Tokyo, Japan

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The date, Venue (Tokyo) and Schedule

Feb. 11, 2015: Arrival day.

Feb. 12, 2015: National Lesson Study Meeting & Opening Day

Morning Session:

Attend National Lesson Study Meeting at the Elementary School

Kei Ohno (Grade 6)

Lesson Plan

Takao Seiyama (Grade 5)

Lesson Plan


Noon:  Lunch

13:00  Explanation of the Project from the Project Overseers to APEC specialists HRD 03 2015A - Textbook     Development for Energy Efficiency, Energy Security and Energy Resiliency: A Cross-border Education     Cooperation through Lesson Study
         apec by Project Overseers: Maitree Inprasitha & Masami isoda

13:30   Opening Ceremony for the APEC-Tsukuba International Conference
          Greetings: Kittichai Triratanasirichai, University of Tsukuba & Khon Kaen University
           Mihoko Toyoshima, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan and            Saran Vairaphai,Ministry of Education,Thailand
          Short Lecture from supporting organization
           Shinji Ishii, Director for Resource and Energy Research International Affairs Division,
           Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan
            Toward Enhancing Energy Efficiency in the APEC Region
          Photo Session
     Explanation of the APEC 03a-2015 Project By Project Overseers: Masami Isoda

14:30   Keynote Lectures
          On Energy Efficiency and APEC
           Masazumi Hirono, Head, Energy Statistics & Training Office, Asia-Pacific Energy
           Research Centre (APERC)
           Energy Data and Analysis in APEC
          On Cross Border Education
           Gatot Hari Priowirjanto, Director, SEAMEO Secretariat
           Cross Border Education SEAMEAO Centres Best Practice
          On Lesson Study
           Colleen M. Eddy, Director, Office of Teacher Preparation, University of North Texas
           Lesson Study Preparing for Evidence of Learning

Feb. 13, 2016: 2nd Day, Lesson Study, Keynote & Presentations

Morning Session: Attend the Junior High School Lesson Study Meeting

9:00   Lesson Study for Cross Boarder Education at Ochanomizu University
         Student task

Noon:   Lunch break (Business Meeting)

13:00   Keynote
     On STEM, 40min
         Zensuke Kumano
         Action Research on STEM education development into Japanese Contexts; Possible on Japanese
         Course of Study from the Consequence of Shizuoka STEM Education Trials

     On STEM, 40min
         Niphon Chanlen
         A STEM Approach on Energy Education in Thailand

     Presentations from every economy: 10 min presentation and Q&A
                           (Observers contribute Q&A, not necessary to present)
     Contents: What is your major issue on Energy in your economy?
          In relation to STEM, what reform is going on in your economy?
          In relation to lessen study for Cross Border, what is possible for you?

          Carlos TORRES
          Xth Apec - Tsukuba Conference Innovation of Mathematics Education through Lesson Study           Challenges to Enegy Efficiency on STEM and Cross - border Education

          Roberto Araya
          CHILE presentation

          Hee-chan Lew
          Energy Issues in Korean Education

          Suhaidah Tahir
          Energy Issue_STEM_Lesson Study for Cross Border(Malaysia)

February 14, 3rd Day, Presentations & Textbook
Venue: Tokyo Campus, University of Tsukuba, Myogadani Station, Tokyo

 9:00   Morning Session
     keynote:
     On Modeling, 40min
          Roberto Araya
          On Modeling

     Presentations from every economy: 10 min presentation and Q&A
                               (Observers contribute Q&A, not necessary to present)
     Content: What is your major issue on Energy in your economy?
           In relation to STEM, what reform is going on in your economy?
           In relation to lesson study for Cross Border, what is possible for you?

Ivan R.Vysotskiv

Steven Hupigo Tandale, Fifaia Matainaho
10th APEC-Tsukuba International Conference Innovation of Mathematics Education Through Lesson Study. Challenges on Energy Efficiency on STEM and Cross-boarder Education.

Marcela Santillan
The Energy Situation in Mexico

Maitree Inprasitha, Preecha Kruawan, Thanya Kadroon, Suttharat Boonlerts
Mathematics for Future Prediction:

Wahyudi, Fadjar Shadiq
Promises and Challenges to Energy Efficiency on STEM and Cross-border Education: Indonesia Perspective

Noon;   Lunch Break (Business Meeting)

13:00   Afternoon Session
     Presentations from every economy: Continuous
     Keynote:
     On gender and Digital textbook, 40 min
          Aida Yap
          Masami Isoda
          Guillermo P. Bautista Jr.
          Gender and Textbook

13:00   Free Time Slot for planning your lesson study with others
    (Business Meeting: Discussion about textbook)

February 15, 4th Day, Discussions & Closing
Venue: Tokyo Campus, University of Tsukuba, Myogadani Station, Tokyo

 9:00   Matching for Cross Border Lesson study and develop the plan and tasks

      Wahyudi, Fadjar Shadiq
      Lesson Study through Cross-border Education: Indonesia - SEAMEO member countries and beyond

      Roberto Araya
      Tentative Task of Lesson Study on Cross Border Education

10:30   Presentations from every economy about the tentative tasks of lesson study on cross border           educationin relation to STEM and Energy Efficiency: every economy 5 min

      Hee-chan Lew
      Tentative Tasks of Cross Border Lesson study on Energy through STEAM

      Carlos Torres
      Lesson Study on Cross Border Education in Relation to STEM and Energy Efficiency

      Steven Hupigo Tandale, Fifaia Matainaho
      STEM and Cross-Border Education ACTION PLAN for Papua New Guinea

      Soledad A. Ulep, Aida Yap, Guillermo P. Bautista Jr
      Tentative Task for Lesson Study on Cross Border Education in Relation to STEM and Energy Efficiency

11:30   Closing

Noon:   Lunch break(Business Meeting)

18:00   Reception for he Conferences

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Additional Information for February 15

13:00   Back to Back Meeting:
     SEAMEO RECSAM-University of Tsukuba Joint Seminar:
     Searching for Quality Mathematics Curriculum Framework on the Era of Globalization
     February 15-18, 2016, Tokyo, Japan

     Opening & Photo session
     Keynotes: from USA, Korea, Thailand and Japan
     (Until 17:30)


Satellite Meeting

Tentative Schedule for
SEAMEO RECSAM-University of Tsukuba Joint Seminar:
Searching for Quality Mathematics Curriculum Framework
on the Era of Globalization
February 15-18, 2016
Tokyo Campus, University of Tsukuba, Myogadani Station, Tokyo, Japan

February 14 Ariival day

February 15 Day 1

Additional Information
Back to Back Meeting: Xth APEC-Tsukuba Conference, Innovation of Mathematics Education through Lesson Study

9:00   Presentation and discussion of Tentative Plans of Lesson Study from APEC economies
        Participants of SEAMEO RECSAM-University of Tsukuba Joint Seminar are recommended to         participate this session because it will be deeply related with your newest curriculum reform         issues on STEM education and Cross-Border Educationu>.

13:00   Opening & Photo session
          Greetings:
          University of Tsukuba and SEAMEO Regional Centre for Education in Science and Mathematics
          Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan
          South East Asia Ministers Organization

          Dr. Hj Mohd Johan bin Zakaria, Centre Director SEAMEO RECSAM, Malaysia
          SEAMEO BASIC EDUCATION STANDARDS (SEA-BES) - Development of Common Core Regional Learning Standards (CCRLS) in Science and Mathematics

SEA-BES Overview presentation (RECSAM-Tsukuba Joint Seminar 15-18Feb2016).ppt

14:00   Explanation of the Project and SEA-BES by SEAMEO RECSAM

14:30-17:30   Keynotes, 40 min each.

      On the Method of Analysis with Geometry for logical reasoning
           Hee-Chan Lew, Korean National University of Education, Korea
           The “analysis” method for construction problems in the dynamic geometry

      On Historical Development of Mathematical Activity, Japan
           Shizumi Shimizu, Teikyo University
           

      On Common Core of USA
           Gabriel Matney, Bowling Green State University, USA
           THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS FOR MATHEMATICS

      On Curriculum Reform Issues
           Maitree Inprasitha, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
           The Reform of Curriculum and Instruction System

18:00  Reception for the Conferences

February 16, Day 2

9:00-17:30 (including Business Lunch)
      Keynotes

      On the Curriculum Framework, 40 min.
           Takuya Baba, IDEC, Hiroshima University
           Verb-based Curriculum for Mathematics Education

      For the possible challenges for reform, 40min
           Supattra Pativisan, Assistant to President, Institute of Promotion of Science, Thailand
           For the possible challenges for reform

      On Japanese Junior High School Mathematics, 40 min.
           Fumi Ginshima, Curriculum and Assessment Division, National Institute for Educational Policy            Research, Japan

      Question and Answer for Geometry in Japanese Textbook: 60 min
           Aida Yap, and Guillermo P. Bautista Jr, National Institute for Science and Mathematics            Education Development, the University of Philippines
           Masami Isoda, Center for Research on International Cooperation in Educational Development,            University of Tsukuba
           GEOMETRY Junior High School

      Presentation on the curriculum framework from SEAMEO countries

      Cheow Kian Soe, Singapore
      Mathematics Curriculum Framework of Singapore
      MATHEMATICSSYLLABUS

      Elizabeth Catao, Philippines
      K to 12 Mathematics Curriculum

      Outhit Thipmany, Laos
      National Mathematics Curriculum in Lao PDR

      Soe Hlaing, Myanmar
      SEAMEO RECSAM-University of Tsukuba Joint Seminar

      Supattra Pativisan, Thailand
      Thailand Mathematics Curriculum Framework

February 17, Day 3

  8:00  Presentation on the curriculum framework from SEAMEO countries

      Radin Halim, Malaysia
      MATHEMATHICS CURRICULUM IN MALAYSIA

  9:00   On Geometry for Development of Critical Thinking, 40 min.
       Mikio Miyazaki, Shinshu University, Japan
      On Geometry for Development of Critical Thinking

      Workshop on Proof from the project between japan and UK: (120 min)
      Mikio Miyazaki, Kimiho Chino, and Kotaro Komatsu, Shinshu University, Japan
      1 2 3 

Noon: (including Business Lunch)

13:00-17:30   Discussions on SEA-BES

      Sujatmiko Karsiman, Indonesia
      The National Curriculum for Mathematics in Primary and Secondary Education

February 18, Day 4

 9:00  Discussions on SEA-BES for setting the Framework

11:30   Concluding Remarks

Noon  (including Business Lunch)

13:00   Special keynotes for Curriculum Specialists
         Provided by Leading Researchers in the World
         under ICME Survey Team under Barbara Jaworski, (President of IGPME, UK)

         Barbara Jaworski, Loughborough University, UK
         Developing university mathematics teaching through collaborative inquiry: teacher-researchers working and learning

         Merrilyn Goos, The University of Queensland, Australia
         Transforming professional practice: Teaching numeracy across the curriculum

         Marie Joubert, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, South Africa
         On Geometry for Development of Critical Thinking

         Olive Chapman, University of Calgary,Canada
         Curiosity-Based Knowing in Developing an Inquiry Stance in Teaching Mathematics

         Alison Clark-Wilson, UCL Knowledge Lab, University College London , UK
         Technology in mathematics education: Implications for professional development

Technology in mathematics education: Implications for professional development

17:30  Closing


Contact

Project Website: http://www.criced.tsukuba.ac.jp/math/apec/
http://math-info.criced.tsukuba.ac.jp/
   

Contact Persons about the conference

Conference Host: University of Tsukuba
General Chair: Dr. Masami Isoda (APEC Project Overseer) email: isoda@criced.tsukuba.ac.jp
APEC Project Co-Overseer: Dr. Maitree Inprasitha (Khon Kaen Univ. Thailand)
Supporting Staff: Hiro Ozasa email: ozasa.hiro.ge[@]un.tsukuba.ac.jp
Nami Akimoto email: akimoto.nami.ft[@]un.tsukuba.ac.jp)

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