ACES has successfully held Special Track session in ENCON 2020, Social Innovation in STEM+ Education

<!-- wp:paragraph --> <p>The UNIMAS ACES team has taken part as co-organizer in EnCon 2020 for Special track 5: Social innovation in STEM+ Education. More than 100 education enthusiasts have registered for the online workshop that was conducted online through Webex and Zoom application. </p> <!-- /wp:paragraph --> <!-- wp:paragraph --> <p>The online workshop takes off by the introduction of the ACES project and STEM+ Education by the ACES project leader, Dr Jacey-Lynn Minoi. The session resumed with Trends and technologies in STEM+ Education by Dr Aazani Mujahid and AP Dr Tan Chong Eng, and Pedagogical strategies for deep learning by Mr Chuah Kee Man and AP Dr Fitri Suraya Mohamad. Followed by a question and answer session in the morning.</p> <!-- /wp:paragraph --> <!-- wp:paragraph --> <p>The afternoon sessions were more on collaboration and team works by the participants and assisted by fellow research members and researcher assistants. The participants were divided into six breakout rooms to

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Remixed Play Workshop for Teachers of STEM Education on 3 April 2018

On 3rd of April, the CreativeCulture team had successfully conducted a workshop on Remixed Play for STEM Education which fits the theme of the STEM Education Colloquium, Sarawak Zone organised by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia that saw it being hosted by Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. The purpose of this workshop was to introduce gamification through Design Thinking approach in the teaching and learning activities of STEM subjects. A short talk touched on the potential of gameful and playful approaches for reshaping learning to better match the needs of the 21st century knowledge economies followed by hands-on training on coming up with disruptive games for teaching and learning activities. The workshop took place at Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology which was attended by 31 teachers from different primary and secondary schools in Sarawak. In the first half of the session, led by Dr Jacey-Lynn Minoi and Associate Professor Dr Fitri

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