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Global Science Engagement in Education
December 6th -8th, 2016, Shenzhen, China

December 6th, Tuesday
Site: Magnolia Room, B1, No. 8 Building, Bauhinia Villa

      Chair: David Pines
      6:00-8:00 pm     Reception and informal session

December 7th, Wednesday
Site: International Meeting Hall 121-1, SUSTC

      Expanding and Enhancing Engagement: National and Global Initiatives
      Chair: Hong Ding
      9:00-9:30 am     Opening talk by Shiyi Chen, President of SUSTC
      9:30-10:00 am     Alan Leshner, AAAS Initiatives
                                 "Scientists Need to Engage the Public at All Levels"
      Coffee Break     10:00-10:30 am
      10:30-11:00 am     David Pines, GSEE Initiatives
                                 "GSEE at 7: Progress and Prospects"
      11:00-11:30 am     Kazuo Nishimura, GSEE/Japan
                                 "The Science Curriculum Changes and Its Effects on Students in Japan"
      11:30 am-12:00 pm     M.K. Wu GSEE/Taiwan
                                 "From K-12 Education on Nanotechnology to International Nano-Olympiads — An Approach to Cultivate Young Talents on Emerging Technology"

      Lunch and free discussion: 12:00-2:00 pm     Guest House Restaurant, SUSTC

      Chair: Tai-Kai Ng
      2:00-2:30 pm     Michael Kuan,
                                 "Education and Global Co-innovation"
      2:30-3:00 pm     Tai-Kai Ng,
                                 "Education in A Rapidly Changing World"
      3:00-3:30 pm     Lan Shi,
                                 "New Ways of Science Education in China"
      3:30-4:00 pm     Hsin Kang CHANG,
                                 "Has Mr Science Become a Permanent Resident in China?"
      Coffee Break     4:00-4:30 pm
      4:30-5:00 pm     Hong Ding,
                                 "A vision for GSEE/China"
      5:00-6:00 pm     Panel Discussion: New Ways to Make a Difference at the National and Global level Alan Leshner, Kazuo Nishimura, M.K. Wu, Lan Shi, David Pines
      Chair: Hong Ding

      Banquet     6:00-8:00 pm     Guest House Restaurant, SUSTC

December 8th, Thursday
International Meeting Hall 121-1, SUSTC

      Learning How to Think Like a Scientist
      Chair: David Pines
      9:30-10:00 am     Janet Rafner,
                                 "Physics Reimagined: How Design and Gamification Empowers Engagement"
      10:00-10:30 am     Feng Deng
                                 "Invest into Online Education"
      Coffee Break     10:30-10:50 am
      10:50-11:50 am     Panel Discussion: Reinventing Middle School Science: Big Ideas, Games, the Internet, and Citizen Science
      Chair: Hong Ding
      Panelists: David Pines, Janet Rafner, Tian Chen, T.K. Ng.......

      Lunch and free discussion:     11:50 am-1:30 pm     Guest House Restaurant, SUSTC