RECSAM Quarterly Report April-June 2020

Type of Programmes and Activities & Strategic Goals A SEAMEO RECSAM Quarterly Report (April – June 2020) Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for Education in Science and Mathematics Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, 11700 Gelugor, Penang, Malaysia Tel: +60 4 6522700 | Fax: +60 4 6522737 | Email: Data & Design: Publication Unit, SEAMEO RECSAM 27 Apr 18 May 9 June 9 June 29 Apr 27 Apr 22 & 23 June 1 Apr Strategic Goal 3 Ensure strong collaboration and active networking with experts, institutions and the community Engagement in Consultancy / Development of Policy and Programme Activities by Other Agencies “SEAMEO Co-Impact Preparation Meeting with Centers” “SEAMEO Revised Co-Impact Concept Note Meeting” “SEAMEO Online Preparation Meeting for ‘World Environment Day’" “SEAMEO Centre Directors and Secretary-General / Coordinator Virtual Meeting” “The Future of STEM Education is Now” webinar in collaboration with IPG Kampus Raja Melewar Meeting on the “Development of Competency Instrument for STEM Teachers (Strengthening STEM Education)” , Teacher Professionalism Division, Ministry of Education Malaysia Centre’s Presentation in Regional / International Webinars Web of Science (WoS) Group Webinar “Using Custom WoS Data to Identify the Hottest Areas of Emerging Research” SEAMEO Webinar “Emotional and Psychosocial Health during COVID-19 Pandemic” 17 Mar 24 & 25 June Strategic Goal 2 Design and implement high quality professional development programmes Workshop on “Integrating Robotics in STEM Learning” (30 participants – Malaysian) 17 June 25 June Workshop on “Penyediaan Modul Pengajaran Dan Pembelajaran Socio Scientific Issues dan Global Citizenship” (10 participants – Malaysian) Workshop on “Why Choose StreamYard” (13 participants – Malaysian) 17 June Workshop on “Computational Thinking Skills - Unplugged Activities” (15 participants – Malaysian) Workshop on “MyJMS: A Journal Management System” (17 participants – Malaysian) Workshop on “Inquiry Based Learning vs Problem Based Learning in Mathematics Classrooms” (15 participants – Malaysian) 2 – 4 Mar Strategic Goal 1 Conduct research & development activities to inform pedagogy and policy SEAMEO Basic Education Standards (SEA-BES) i. SEAMEO STEM Planning and Design Learning (PaDL) Model: Finalisation and Trialing ii. Teachers Guidebook for the CCRLS (Common Core Regional Learning Standards) in Science iii. Survey on Attitudes and Beliefs towards Science and Science Education of Year 9 and 10 Southeast Asian Students SEAMEO Learning Science and Mathematics Together in a Borderless World [LeSMaT (Borderless)] Module Development of Learning Socio-Scientific Issues as a Global Citizen Mobile Application in Mathematics Education: A Study among Malaysian Secondary School Mathematics Teachers Science Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge on Augmented Reality 30 Apr SEAMEO Webinar “Learning Continues: Making Distance Learning, Open Education Resources and Online Resources Matter during COVID-19 Education Disruption” 7 May SEAMEO Webinar “Learning and Mobility in Lockdown: Snapshots of COVID-19 Effect”