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Welcome to iSTEM-Ed 2016
iSTEM-Ed 2016 is the first International STEM Education Conference being held in Pattaya, Thailand, on July 6-8, 2016. iSTEM-Ed is an international conference annually arranged by the Electrical Engineering Academic Association (Thailand), EEAAT. It is a forum to provide an opportunity for educators, academicians, researchers, scientists, engineers, and practitioners to share their experiences, knowledge, and techniques in learning and teaching in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education.
All aspects of research and practical-oriented papers in STEM education and related areas are appreciatory welcome. The conference activities include traditional paper presentations (oral and poster), special sessions, and workshops on current and advance innovation in STEM education.
A paper submitted to iSTEM-Ed 2016 can be either a full format using the template of the conference or a short format (only abstract, digest, or summary up to 2 pages). The paper must be written in English, however, a paper submitted to the special session for local language can be in Thai language.
Lecturers and educators in every level of STEM education from primary school to higher education are encouraged to share teaching and learning techniques by means of practical-oriented paper, which can be in form of a short format.
All papers will be published in the conference proceedings. A full paper upon the request of the author(s) will be peer-reviewed for consideration to be published in the Thammasat International Journal of Science and Technology (TIJSAT).
Participants without paper are warmly welcome to iSTEM-Ed 2016.
Paper submission deadline : March 22, 2016
Acceptance announcement : March 30, 2016
Camera-ready submission deadline: April 25, 2016
Pre-registration deadline : April 29, 2016
Conference dates: July 6-8. 2016
iSTEM-Ed 2016 will provide parallel sessions on the following topics relevant to the educational approaches in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) but not preclude other related topic areas .
Developed Teaching Models
Technology Based Teaching and Learning
Education Management and System
Practical-Oriented Based Experiences