Professor Joseph S. Krajcik

Dr.Joseph Krajcik is Lappan-Phillips Professor of Science Education and director of the CREATE for STEM Institute. A former high school chemistry and physical science teacher, Krajcik spent 21 years at the University of Michigan before coming to MSU in 2011. During his career, he has focused on working with science teachers to reform science teaching practices to promote studentsĠ engagement in and learning of science. He was principal investigator on a National Science Foundation project that aims to design, develop and test the next generation of middle school curriculum materials to engage students in obtaining deep understandings of science content and practices. He served as head of the Physical Science Design Team to develop the Next Generation Science Standards. Krajcik, along with Professor Angela Calabrese Barton from MSU, served as co-editor of the Journal of Research in Science Teaching. Krajcik has authored and co-authored curriculum materials, books, software and over 100 manuscripts, and makes frequent presentations at international, national and regional conferences. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and has served as president of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), from which he received the Distinguished Contributions to Science Education Through Research Award in 2010. His areas of expertise are Curriculum and Instruction, Teacher Education, Learning, and Policy, and Science Education. Curriculum Vitae

Professor BaoHui Zhang

Dr. BaoHui Zhang is Qujiang Scholar professor, former dean, and doctoral student supervisor at the School of Education (SOE), Shaanxi Normal University (SNNU), XiĠan, China. He received his Master degree in chemistry education from Beijing Normal University, master degree and PhD degree in Educational Technology from the University of Michigan, USA. He is currently chair of Research and Publication of the International Council of Associations for Science Education (ICASE) and editor of Science Education International, a flagship journal of ICASE (2014-2018). He served as the co-chair of JRST Award Selection Committee of NARST, a world-wide organization for improving science teaching and learning (2011-2012). He also served as an executive committee member of EASE(2015-2018), and a member of the NAPLES (Network of Academic Programs in the Learning Sciences) Task Force and the membership committee of the fastest growing education researchers community-- International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS) (2011-now). His areas of expertise are Professional Teaching of Educational Technology and Assistive Technology for Learning. Curriculum Vitae

Professor Young-Shin Park

Dr. Young-Shin Park received her M.A. in Science Education in 1991, and her Ph.D. in Science Education in 2005, both from Oregon State University. She works as an Associate Professor in the Department of Earth Science Education, the Director of Science Culture Education Center, International Coordinator of Asian Pacific Science Education (APSE), Vice President of East-Asian Association for Science Education EASE). In 2016 she became the Director of the International Region of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE). She aims for "this region to be a network for researchers and educators from all countries and areas to share the ideas to make science teacher professional for science learning in the world. Curriculum Vitae

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