STEM education, in which Science is integrated with Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics to explore and solve real-world problems, is advocated as a promising approach to preparing 21st century students and human resources. However, research on the implementation and effectiveness of STEM education appears limited and inconclusive since STEM education is a recent initiative. Therefore, this 3-year integrated research project aims at initiating collaborative efforts between Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam to establish evidence-based models of STEM education research and practice at the secondary school level across three countries. Three closely related sub-projects are proposed to achieve such a goal. This report presents what the coordinative project did in three years. The results of this year included (1) Innovate transnational cooperation in STEM teaching and evaluation module; (2) Teachers' STEM cognitive research results in new southbound countries.; (3) Conducting location-shift studies, STEM teacher workshops, holding and participating international conference, etc., to cultivate talents, exchange talents, and promoting our STEM teaching and evaluation module and the impact of our project results.
|Effective start/end date
|2017/07/01 → 2021/01/31
- New Southbound Policy
- professional development
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