The 2020 International Conference on Technologies in STEM (ICTSTEM 2020) will be held in the cosmopolitan city of Singapore on 9-10th July 2020.
The conference aims to further the application of technology education within STEM and specific learning areas. Within Technology education, students use design and/or computational thinking and technologies to generate and produce designed solutions both digital and physical for authentic problems. As such it applies many of the areas of STEM.
We invite practitioners and researchers to network and share their experiences. Teachers, and heads of learning areas as well as teacher educators, researchers and HDR researchers from K to higher education are all encouraged to attend.
A broad range of technology education topics, including significant developments as well as innovative uses of technology that promote learning, performance, and instruction, will be presented at ICTSTEM 2020.
Join us for this exciting Academic Conference in Singapore from 9th to 10th July 2020 at the Furama Riverfront Hotel.
What can you expect at ICTSTEM 2020?
- Ample interaction opportunities for ICTSTEM delegates
- Top Singapore hospitality for all attending delegates
- An intellectually stimulating scientific program featuring more than 100 presentations by leading researchers, teachers, and practitioners
- Selected Authors will be approached to expand their paper to a chapter in a Springer Publication
- 10+ exhibiting companies and sponsors
- 150+ VIPs and delegations
- 30+ countries represented
Who should attend?
- Education professional
- Leading Academics, PhD Students
- Instructional designers
- Curriculum developers
- Educational Technology leaders
- Thought leaders
- National and Local Government, Provincial
- Government and Municipalities
Dr Chanita Rukspollmuang,
Associate Professor ,
Development Education Program at the Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Dr. Chanita is an Associate Professor in Development Education Program at the Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. She received her bachelor degree in Law (with honor) from Thammasat University, Thailand and graduated from Michigan State University, USA, with a Doctorate in Socio-Philosophical Foundations of Education. Her areas of specialization include sociology of education, development education, comparative education, education law, as well as education for sustainable development.
Before joining the Faculty of Education, she worked at the Center of Educational Policy, Office of the National Commission of Education, Thailand. Dr. Chanita has just ended her term as Dean of the Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Her present positions are Director, R&D Center for Educational Policy, Management, and Leadership, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Vice-President, Thailand Comparative and International Education Society (TCIES), and President of Comparative Education Society of Asia (CESA).
Dr Jeremy Pagram,
Associate Director, School of Education ,
Edith Cowan University
Jeremy is a senior researcher for the School of Education in the Faculty of Education and Arts and Associate Director for the Centre for Schooling and Learning Technologies. His research interests include, e-learning in remote areas and diverse cultural contexts, digital assessment. study using technology in remote areas.
Prof P John Williams,
Professor of Education and the Director of Graduate Research, School of Education ,
P John Williams is a Professor of Education and the Director of Graduate Research in the School of Education at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, where he teaches and supervises research students in STEM and technology education. Apart from Australia, he has worked and studied in a number of African and Indian Ocean countries and in New Zealand and the United States. His current research interests include STEM, mentoring beginning teachers, PCK and electronic assessment of performance. He regularly presents at international and national conferences, consults on Technology Education in a number of countries, and is a longstanding member of eight professional associations. He is the editor of the Australasian Journal of Technology Education, advisory editor of the International Journal of Technology and Design Education, series editor of the Springer Contemporary Issues in Technology Education and is on the editorial board of five other professional journals. He has authored or contributed to over 250 publications, and is elected to the International Technology and Engineering Education Association’s Academy of Fellows for prominence in theprofession.
Furama Riverfront Hotel
403 Havelock Road
Conveniently located just half an hour from the Singapore Changi Airport and in the between the entertainment hubs of the Singapore River, shopping haven Orchard Road as well as vibrant Chinatown.
Arm yourself with a camera and a good pair of walking shoes to explore the vicinity for a taste of Singapore.
Close to shopping malls like Great World City and Tiong Bahru Plaza, Singapore's hippiest neighbourhood, Tiong Bahru is also just a stone's throw away.
Nearest MRT stations
- Outram MRT
- Tiong Bahru MRT
Nearest Bus Stops
- Bus stop number: 06069 Name: After Furama RiverFront
- 5, 16, 75 - Outram MRT, Shenton Way, Marina Centre, 123 - Tiong Bahru MRT, 175 - Clementi, 195 - Marina Centre, 970, NR5, 195A
- Bus stop number: 06071 Name: Blk 2B
- 5, 16 - Orchard Road, 75, 123, 175 - Orchard Road, 195, 970, NR5, 195A
- Bus stop number: 06159 Name: River View Hotel
- 51 - Bugis, Clarke Quay, 64, 123 - Orchard Road, 186 - Shenton Way
For a well-appointed accommodation that offers not only retreat but an excellent springboard from which to explore Singapore, step into Furama RiverFront, Singapore. The business hotel in Singapore provides a gateway to the Central Business District, cultural Chinatown, heritage Tiong Bahru, entertainment areas of Robertson, Clark and Boat Quays as well as the premier shopping district, Orchard Road.
From generously-sized well-appointed rooms overlooking either the Singapore skyline, lush greenery or the swimming pool to the best of local and International dining in Singapore, travellers will feel welcomed at Furama RiverFront. Unwind and rejuvenate, as gracious service ensures guests are kept comfortable.