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Time(KST) Programme Content
09:20 ~ 09:35 Welcome Speech Yoo, Guk-Hee, Director of National Science Museum
09:35 ~ 10:00 Keynote Speech
  • Science capital: Supporting young people's engagement with STEM
  • Louise Archer
  • (Karl Mannheim Professor of Sociology of Education at EPS of UCL Institute of Education )
  • < Invited Session Moderator >
  • Kim, Tae-Ho : Science and Civilization in Korea Series of Jeon-buk National University, Republic of Korea
  • Choi, Yeon-Goo : Pu-kyong National University, Republic of Korea
  • Hong, Dae-Gil : Daegu National Science Museum, Republic of Korea
10:00 ~ 10:15 Invited Session 1
What Is Science Capital and Why Does It Matter?
  • Joy of discovery for all!– Promoting STEM through a science capital informed practice
  • Cecilia Ekstrand
  • (Senior staff of Education & Public Engagement, Tom Tits Experiment)
10:15 ~ 10:40
  • The Nature of Chemistry Capital
  • Lililth Rüschenpöhler
  • (Postdoctoral Researcher at Chemistry Education, Ludwigsburg University of Education)
10:40 ~ 11:00
  • Science capital and Community Citizen Science: Opening science to all
  • Christothea Herodotou
  • (Senior Lecturer of Open University UK)
11:00 ~ 11:30 LIVE Q&A, Quiz Show
11:30 ~ 12:30 Lunch Break & Stream Korean Culture Videos
12:30 ~ 12:50 Invited Session 2
Education for Building Science Capital
  • Transforming practice: Taking a science capital approach at the UK Science Museum Group
  • Beth Hawkins
  • (Academy Manager of Science Museum Group )
12:50 ~ 13:10
  • Supporting Science Capital through Museum-Based Family Programming
  • Megan Ennes
  • (Assistant Curator at Florida Museum of Natural History, Florida University)
13:10 ~ 13:30
  • The added value of Science Capital in the design of informal learning experiences
  • Maria Xanthoudaki
  • (Head of Education of the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci )
13:30 ~ 14:00 LIVE Q&A, Quiz Show
14:00 ~ 14:10 Break & Stream Korean Culture Videos
14:10 ~ 14:30 Invited Session 3
Science Capital and COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Covid-19 and widening inequities in science capital formation: the UK perspective
  • Cherry Canovan
  • (Research Associate of Widening Participation and Public Engagement, University of Central Lancashire )
14:30 ~ 14:50
  • The Role of Science Museums in the World of Tomorrow
  • Jacob Thorek Jensen
  • (Museum Curator at Danish Museum of Science and Technology)
14:50 ~ 15:20 LIVE Q&A, Quiz Show
15:20 ~ 15:30 Break & Stream Korean Culture Videos
15:30 ~ 15:40 Flash Session
  • < Exhibition >
  • “Sustainable Design” Exhibition through Science Communication Viewpoints
  • Nuchjarim Yensuong
  • (Academic Staff, Division of Science of National Science Museum, Thailand)
15:40 ~ 15:50
  • < Exhibition >
  • A DAY ON MARS: Reimagine tomorrow
  • Wanwachee Sutjaritthum, Wijitra Suriyakul Na Ayudhya
  • (Curator, Science Museum Academic of National Science Museum, Thailand)
15:50 ~ 16:00
  • < Education >
  • Effectiveness of NSM science-related activities in encouraging participants' inspiration towards science learning: Field-testing phase to evaluate an instrument
  • Ekapong Sripaoraya
  • (Science Communicator, Science Square of National Science Museum, Thailand)
16:00 ~ 16:10
  • < Research >
  • An undescribed species of the waspfish genus Ocosia (Teleostei: Tetrarogidae) from the Coral Sea
  • Sirikanya Chungthanawong, Hiroyuki Motomura
  • (Researcher, Zoology of National Science Museum, Thailand)
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