教育創新國際學術研討會:教育發展與產學合作

大會講者  

 

 

 

Dr. SODA, Osamu (早田 宰 教授)

 

Faculty of Social Sciences, Waseda University, Tokyo, JAPAN (早稻田大學社会科學綜合學術院)

 

Title of Speech:

Education for Sustainable Development through Inquiry-Based Learning.

 

 

His specialties are sustainable community development, especially vulnerable communities, post disaster resilience, housing policy, integrated area development, social innovation. He is the Director of Institute of Urban and Regional Studies and currently Senior Dean of Social Sciences.

※詳細的CV可參閱網站(http://www.f.waseda.jp/sohda/profile.html)

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Looi Chee Kit (呂賜杰 教授)

 

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (NIE NTU), Singapore / 尹書田講座教授

 

Title of Speech:

Learning Sciences and Science of Learning: Interdisciplinary Perspectives towards more Holistic and Sustainable Education.

 

Chee Kit was Head of Learning Sciences Lab of the National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), the first research centre devoted to the study of the sciences of learning in the Asia-Pacific region. He oversaw the research lab which comprised between 8 to 20 research scientists (at different points in time) who hold PhDs in learning sciences and related disciplines. He was the Head, Centre for Scalability, Translation and Commercialization from 2011-2014. He is currently the Co-Director of the Centre for Research and Development in Learning at NTU.

Chee Kit’s research in education is characterized by producing outcomes, processes or artifacts that impact practice. An early completed project of his in NIE involved the design and development of digital mathematics manipulatives which have been made available to all secondary schools in Singapore.

※詳細的CV可參閱網站(https://www.nie.edu.sg/profile/looi-chee-kit)

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Craig Holdrege

 

Director and Senior Researcher, The Nature Institute/ 《像植物一樣思考》一書原文作者

 

Title of Speech:

How Alive is My Thinking?

 

 

Craig Holdrege, Ph.D., is The Nature Institute’s director and spearheaded its founding in 1998. His passion is to develop what Goethe called “delicate empiricism” — an approach that learns from nature how to understand nature and is infused with a cautious and critical awareness of how intentions and habits of mind affect human understanding. Craig carries out studies of animals and plants that tell the story of these organisms as dynamic and integrated beings within the larger web of life. This whole-organism perspective also sheds fresh light on development and evolution. His whole-organism studies, as well as his commentaries on scientific thinking and new developments in the biological sciences, aim to stimulate a transformation in human thinking and perception and a deep respect for our fellow creatures.

※詳細的CV可參閱網站(https://www.natureinstitute.org/about/craig-holdrege)

 

 

 

 

2021-11-10 09:35:01