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Reskill for the Future

  • When: 25 May 2017 | 9.30 – 15.30 น.
  • Where: M Floor, Auditorium, TCDC Bangkok

Propose educational situation, required skill for future and application of different learning processes.

As the development of technology changes the way we live our lives, today’s education faces enormous challenges. Many new approaches – STEM, Problem-based Learning and Design Thinking - are introduced as the solution for teaching and learning in the new era.

TCDC, in collaboration with the Embassy of Australia in Thailand, is holding the seminar “Reskill for the Future” by Dr.Stuart Kohlhagen, Senior fellow at Australia's National Science and Technology Centre (Questacon), to look at the educational challenges the world are facing, and to explore how individual and organisations can apply the approaches to solve the problem in education and other related fields.

* Conducted in English with Thai translation.

Who should attend?
- Those who wants to innovate and to bring solutions to this emerging new world.
- Those who are constantly after knowledge and want to be updated.
- Those who wants to dig deeper in the Design Thinking approach.

Schedule
09.30-10.00 hrs.    Registration
10.00-11.40 hrs.    “Reskill for the Future” Talk by Dr.Stuart Kohlhagen
11.40-12.00 hrs.    Q&A
13.30-15.20 hrs.    Design Thinking Experience and STEM workshop
                           The workshop will focus on the design thinking approach that can be applied in teaching and evaluation
                            (maybe a touch on knowledge that will help when approaching business or clients’ projects).
                            The workshop will be hands-on following what we believe in: learning by doing.
15.20-15.30 hrs.    Q&A


Free admission
100 attendees

Online reservation at https://www.zipeventapp.com/e/reskillforthefuture


Speaker Profile

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Dr. Stuart Kohlhagen PSM, is Senior fellow in Science and Learning at Australia's National Science and Technology Centre (Questacon), and Adjunct at the University of Canberra in the Faculty of Education, Science Technology and Maths (ESTEM). Working with Questacon for the past 33 years, he established many aspects of current centre’s activities as well as lead the design and development of interactive exhibits on a wide range of topics. He holds several creative fellowships, and visiting scholar positions in a number of Asian Educational Organisations. He is the only international recipient of the prized Iron Science Teacher award, from the Exploratorium - USA.

For more information, please contact TCDC Information Counter, from 10.30-21.00 hrs. (Closed Mondays), Tel. 02-105-7400 ext. 213, 214 
 

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