As a part of SEAQIS 11th anniversary celebration, the Centre conducted a webinar entitled Science Learning Innovation through Digital Technologies. Dr Anne Kinnane, a project manager (digital strategies) professional standards of Queensland College of Teachers, was the main key speaker in the webinar. During her presentation, she presented how she supports teachers and school leaders and preservice teachers to develop and strengthen their understanding of the new curriculum area. She also discussed how to deliver quality science teaching and to learn remotely (learning from home) due to the pandemic.
Dr Ethel A.P. Valenzuela, the director of SEAMEO Secretariat, officially opened the webinar. In her remarks, she appreciates the Centre for providing a forum for teachers and education personnel across the region to learn from such a terrific resource person. She then also hoped that the pandemic would quickly pass so that the situation can be normal again. To conclude her remarks, she announced the winners of SEAQIS Undecafiesta. SEAQIS Undecafiesta itself consisted of three competitions, namely photography competition, video blog competition, and science writing competitions. Besides, Dr Indrawati, the director of SEAQIS, delivered her remarks. She expressed her gratitude to both SEAMEO Secretariat and Dr Anna Kinnane for their supports to the programme.
This webinar was moderated by Dr Elly Herliani, the head of Research and Development Division, attended by 664 participants through Zoom Meeting platform. The Centre also broadcasted the webinar worldwide on their YouTube channel.