2021 International Conference of KASE
"Walking Together toward Inclusive Science Education by Creating Equitable Science Learning Opportunities".
2021 International Conference of KASE (Korean Association for Science Education)
Welcome to KASE international online conference from January 28th to January 29th, 2021.
The theme of the 2021 KASE international conference is "Walking Together toward Inclusive Science Education by Creating Equitable Science Learning Opportunities".
Organizing committee of the KASE conference welcomes your abstracts for poster, presentation, or symposium.
Submission: December 1st to December 29th, 2020.
Registration: January 1st to January 29th, 2021.
It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the 2021 International Conference of the Korean Association for Science Education (KASE).
KASE has led science education research and practice since 1976 in Korea through publishing the Journal of the Korean Association for Science Education (JKASE) and holding academic conferences twice per year. KASE has expanded its effort to promote international collaboration by publishing an English journal, Asia-Pacific Science Education (APSE), since 2015 and by holding international conferences.
The theme of this year is "Walking together toward Inclusive Science Education by Creating Equitable Science Learning Opportunities." The theme is timely because it reflects the social and educational changes both in Korea and worldwide. Recently Korea has been moving towards a multicultural society, and the economic polarization of Korean society is increasing. The Korean government has committed to pursuing the goal of inclusive growth. The Ministry of Education of Korea has put an emphasis on fostering inclusive education for students with special needs and those who are marginalized.
We have invited renowned scholars in this field from all over the world: Okhee Lee, Angela Calabrese-Barton, Jennifer Adams, Sungmin Im, Alberto Bellocchi, Anna T. Danielson, Ching-Ting Hsin, Christina Siry, Tang Wee Teo, Tali Tal, and Jonte C. Taylor. I really appreciate their willingness to share their expertise during the conference and their kind participation. I believe that this conference will be an invaluable opportunity for all participants to raise their understanding of and gain insight on the theme and science education in general.
I certainly believe that this conference will bear fruitful results and lay firm groundwork for future development of science education research. I am looking forward to seeing you at the 2021 International Conference of KASE.
Chan-Jong Kim, Ph.D.
President of KASE
New York University,
University of Michigan,
Jonte C. Taylor
Pennsylvania State University, USA.
University of Calgary,
Daegu University, South Korea
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Tang Wee Teo
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Anna T. Danielsson
Uppsala University, Sweden