2012 Promotion Festival for the Accomplishment of National Nanotechnology Education Researches projects
  1. The aim of Festival  

For the promotion of nanotechnology education research, the festival will be held in National Science and Technology Museum to bring together all members and K-12 teachers of this national research project and to share with the results of their researches. Through demonstration of teaching materials, video, and aids, DIY activities, experiments, keynote speeches and teaching experience sharing activity. This festival is expected to enhance the capacity of nanotechnology teachers and nanotechnology literacy of the public.



2. Main goals of Festival  
2.1 To enhance the nanotechnology literacy of the public through a variety of nanotechnology  
education activities.
2.2 To improve teachers’ capacity of nanotechnology by providing a sharing platform of their  
  teaching experience.
2.3 To increase the understanding and support of policy on nanotechnology human resource development by demonstrating the result of national research project.  


3. The schedule of Festival  

3.1 Date: 2012/4/27 ~ 2012/5/6

3.2 Venue: National Science and Technology Museum, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (R.O.C)
3.3 Main program
2012/4/27 (Fri.)
Open Ceremony
2012 K-12 Nanotechnology Teaching Material Contest

◎ General project exhibition
◎ Integrated projects exhibition
◎ Hands-on demonstration
◎ Teaching material exhibition


Nanotechnology Education Invited Speech (1)

◎ General project exhibition
◎ Integrated projects exhibition
◎ Hands-on demonstration
◎ Teaching material exhibition
Coffee Break
Nanotechnology Education Invited Speech (2)
Contest Rewarding
2012/4/28 (Sat) - 2012/ 5/6 (Sun)
Project and Teaching material exhibition, Hands-on demonstration
3.4 Feature activities:
    (1) Nanotechnology general project exhibition  
    Nanotechnology human resource development office will demonstrate the accomplishments of the project by poster, e-learning, video and published materials of nanotechnology.  
    (2) Nanotechnology integrated projects exhibition  

Integrated projects of nanotechnology human resource development will demonstrate the accomplishments of 11 projects by poster, e-learning, video and published materials of nanotechnology. The exhibition will play a role of platform for scholars and K-12 teachers to sharing their experience to each other.

    (3) Nanotechnology K-12 hands-on demonstration  

Nanotechnology K-12 hands-on demonstration will provided by 11 integrated projects, each project choose one group of seed teachers to design a whole new hands-on demonstration model, and provide it to other teachers to discuss with how to make it better. Totally will be 11 hands-on models in this demonstration.

    (4) 2012 K-12 Nanotechnology teaching material contest and exhibition  
    The competition of nanotechnology creative teaching materials will be scored by professor involves paper work and poster explanation. The paper work is 80% of the total score, and poster explanation is 20% of total score. Oral presentation, poster and teaching material exhibition will be held in April 27, and scoring by professor groups.  
    (5) Nanotechnology Education Invited Speech  
    Foreign and domestic scholars will share their accomplishment of nanotechnology education research or teaching experience by oral presentation.  

Chronology of Nanotechnology human resource development program


The Nanotechnology Human Resource Development Program (NHRD) was officially launched, with five Regional Education Centers set up to run the program. The K-12 Nanotechnology Program and the Higher Education Nanotechnology Program were also set up as part of the NHRD.


With the aim of laying the groundwork for the development of nanoscience and nanotechnology in Taiwan, The Ministry of Education's Advisory Office set up the National Office for Promoting the Nanotechnology Human Resource Development Program and established a network of digital learning platforms. The Taiwan Science Education Center, the National Museum of Natural Sciences and the National Science and Technology Museum became working partners in the program.


More than 1,000 first generation nanoscience and nanotechnology teachers completed their initial training programs. Several multimedia educational materials were published, including comics, CDs and interactive software.


Masters Degrees in nanotechnology-related disciplines were set up in partnership with industrial enterprises. New initiatives to further promote nanoscience and nanotechnology included school science camps, teacher workshops and the development of online learning resources. Teachers from across Taiwan attended the K-12 Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Teachers Conference.

  A wide range of new educational materials were published. The Frontier Professional Training Center enjoyed an enthusiastic response to its National Innovation in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Competition.  
  The teaching of nanotechnology no longer sat on the periphery of science education and became fully integrated in the national curriculum. Regional Education Development Centers designed courses suitable for high school students and worked with higher education institutions to offer interdisciplinary courses with distance learning and online tutorials available to students. The Education Development Centers worked with the Taiwan Science Education Center, the National Museum of Natural Sciences and the National Museum of Science and Technology to run nanoscience and nanotechnology camps and exhibitions.  
  The National Science Council's Department of Science Education launched Phase 2 of the Nanotechnology Human Resource Development Program. This continued and expanded on the work of Phase 1, with courses in nanoscience and nanotechnology revised and adapted based on research into the success or otherwise of fledgling courses. 2009 also saw the opening of the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Teaching Knowledge and Understanding.  

We continued the critical work of research and development in nanoscience and nanotechnology. The HNRD program, now well into Phase 2, has seen the development of clear teaching strategies and the provision of quality teaching materials. A wide range of hands-on educational experiences in the nano field have been established to help popularize and enrich? students' learning experiences. We have continued participating in the International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference in Tokyo, Japan. Our contribution to this event has helped cement our international reputation in the nanotechnology field and opened up further international communication channels.

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