International Region Virtual Conference

Join the ASTE International Region’s First Virtual Conference, April 22, 2024

International Region ASTE Virtual Conference  April 22, 2024 (Date and Time Pacific Daylight Time)
Zoom link:   https://uqz.zoom.us/j/83583449511   
First AuthorAdditional Author(s)AffiliationTitle
7:00 AM Welcome   
7:10-8:10 Paper Set OneFocus on Inservice Teachers  
Pen, SonitaUniv. of Queensland/CambodiaPerceptions and Challenges of Technological Use in Teaching among Late-career Teachers: A Case Study in Cambodia
Kapileshwaker, NehaOISE, Univ. of TorontoTeaching and learning in online high school mathematics classrooms.
 Kosaka, NaokoJapan Society for the Promotion of Science A Study on the Improvement of the Quality of Inquiry Activities in Regular High School Science Classes – -Analysis of the levels of inquiry in textbooks accordance with the new Courses of Study-
8:10-8:20 AM Break                           

8:20-9:20 Paper Set TwoFocus on Tertiary Students  
Richardson, TashaOISE, Univ. of Toronto“I generally don’t go out and jump over cantilever things to get to a ledge”: Introducing videogame pedagogy in an elementary teacher education program
Nyamupangedengu, EuniceZulu, SphamandlaUniversity of the WitwatersrandInvestigating the opportunities for promoting epistemological access to genetics terminology in the teaching of a genetics course to pre-service teachers: A case study
Mason, MichelleTim SlaterUniv. of WyomingCovid Meets NCLB: Teacher Burnout Feedback Loop Effects on STEM Education 
9:20-9:30 AM Break                                9:30-10:30

Paper Set ThreeFocus on Tertiary students and Professional Development 
Palmer, Kristy M.Mark A. Perkins, and Timothy F. SlaterUniv. of WyomingLife Science Major’s Affective States toward Science Writing: A Quantitative Investigation into Gender, Equity, and Lab Reports
Freeman, LindseyTim SlaterUniv. of WyomingUnderstanding how Applied Learning is Enhanced with the Use of Live Animals
Nugraha, IkmandaUniv. of QueenslandA Study of Indonesian Science Teacher Educators’ Needs for Professional Growth in Higher Education Settings 
10:30-10:40 AM Break                     

10:40-11:40 AM. Paper Set FourPaper Set Four:  Works in Progress 
Abi El-Mona, IssamRowan UniversitySocial Justice & STEM education- An Ongoing Systemic Review of The Literature
Deaton, CynthiaClemson UniversityExploring science teachers’ use of social media for informal professional development
Carranza, Raul Anthony VPrivate Bilingual School in Bangkok, ThailandUse of AI in Personalized Leaning of Protein Synthesis
Pfeiffer, Linda Ondine BradburyCQUniversity, AustraliaThe Buraligim Weiber Program (Place of Learning): Professional Development for Embedding Indigenous Perspectives into the Primary Science Classroom  
Slater, TimUniv. of WyomingThe Role of Astronomy in the Classical Quadrivium Curriculum
11:40 AM.  Concluding Comments