It is just a week until the Great Teacher Seminar 2020. Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. is honoured to announce the Panelists for Panel Discussion 2 entitled “Role of Companies and Organisation in Supporting STEM Activities”.
Besides teachers, companies and organisations such as NGOs are the main stakeholders that could support students to be interested in STEM activities. Currently, the number of companies that would like to support STEM education has increased as they are more aware of the importance of STEM education towards the sustainability of the talents for the industry. There are also education-related companies that support STEM activities by providing tools and platforms for teachers and parents to teach students at home.
Therefore, in this Panel Session, we will discuss the importance of organisation and companies in supporting teachers to implement or apply STEM-related activities in their class. We hope after this session, teachers and parents are able to think creatively in enhancing Science and Technology for global happiness.
Here are the honourable Panelists for Panel Discussion 2 “Role of Companies and Organisation in Supporting STEM Activities”
|Mr. Ramesh Pillai is a founding member of the Malaysian Association of Creativity & Innovation (MACRI), established in April 2007. Currently he is the Honorary Secretary of MACRI.
He is trained in Architectural Studies and has a Diploma from the Federal Institute of Technology. He has also been trained in Intellectual Property Rights at the Japan Institute of Patent Attorneys (JIPA).
He is now very much engaged in promoting STEM education through the initiatives of the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC). Recently the Education Performance & Delivery Unit (PADU), under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, had recently appointed him as a STEM Change Agent. He is now mandated to play a more active role in enhancing STEM education initiatives and engaging with more stakeholders in spreading awareness on STEM.
|Madam Lee Saw Im is a teacher at SMK Seri Bintang Utara, Kuala Lumpur. She is one of the subject specialists with over 30 years’ experience of teaching Chemistry. She is the winner for the Global Teacher Award in 2019.
She has been recognized as The Iconic Teacher for Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur Award for 2017/2018 and the Best Science Teacher at the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Award in Bandung, Indonesia in 2016.
Mr. Darween Reza Sabri
|Graduated from University Malaya, Mr. Darween participated in the first Leave a Nest’s TECH PLAN DEMO DAY IN MALAYSIA in year 2015. MyCRO is an Research & Development company based in Selangor, Malaysia. It was founded in July 2015, and have since making marks and impact in the industry. Darween’s main focus is on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation in the areas of education and learning, safety and security, manufacturing and automation.|
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*Registration deadline is on 19th November 2020
Details of Great Teacher Seminar 2020:
Theme: Let’s Make STEM Education Great Again
Date: 21 November 2020, Saturday
Time: 10:00 – 17:30 (MYT), 11:00 – 18:30 (JST)
Platform: Online Platform Using Zoom
Participation Fees: RM20 [Teacher/Parent]
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For more information, please contact Nur Ahmad Zaim, Education Development Division, Leave a Nest Malaysia Sdn. Bhd at [email protected]