Teacher’s College in Kyungpook University hosted international symposium
Teacher’s College in Kyungpook University open international symposium about convergence education (STEAM) and pedagogy to celebrate 70th Kyungpook Universities’ anniversary.
Teacher’s College in Kyungpook University and education lab affiliated with teacher’s college open international symposium about ‘Education that lead global change, convergence education system between originality and personality’ in ‘Hyo-suk Hall’ which is located in Global Plaza, Kyungbook University, on 14th of December.
Teacher’s College hosted this symposium to improve themselves to international level and to discuss about symposium’s theme ‘Convergence education system between originality and personality’.
In this symposium David L. Haury, manager of NSF, Eric D. Packenham, Professor in Utah State University, Guy Roth, expert of study achievement and motivation, and Susan Drake, Brock University will make presentation about study of convergence education. After that Korean Professor’s presentation will follow.
Manager of education lab affiliated with teacher’s college, Hyeon Suk Kang said “We hosted this symposium to celebrate 70th anniversary of Kyungpook University and improve ourselves to fit in global educational system. We hope we look back ourselves and find way to improve our educational system through this symposium”.