Hosted the last International Webinar Series in 2021, SEAMEO Regional Centre for QITEP in Mathematics (SEAQiM) featuring three prominent keynote speakers and three notable moderator attracted more than three hundreds online attendees. Dr Sumardyono, the Centre Director express his sincere thanks to everyone for their enthusiasm in joining the International Webinar Series: Preparing for a post-Pandemic: Reshaping the Future of Mathematics Education, 13 October 2021.
As streamed live at SEAQiM YouTube channel and Zoom Platform, the first keynote address, which presented by Dr Scott Bartholomew from Brigham Young University and chaired by Prof Edward M. Reeve from SEAMEO STEM-Ed with the topic STEM Activities for Learning during a Pandemic has successfully meet the goal of his presentation. As expected that in this session, the attendees could get the latest information related to about STEM approaches in math learning, get a new knowledge about the theories that support STEM integration in math learning and STEM activities than can be implemented in the classroom and designing STEM Activity that can be integrated in mathematics classroom.
The lively sessions was also carried out at the keynote address two which presented by Professor Trena L. Wilkerson from the National Council of Teachers Mathematics, USA and chaired by Ms Maria Suci Apriani from Santa Dharma University. Prof Trena mainly talked about the continuing the journey Mathematcis learning 2021 and her valuable organization forthcoming programme. The last keynote address was as intriguing as previous one, which is deliver by Assoc. Prof. Jaguthsing Dindyal from National Institue of Education, Singapore and chaired by Mr Subhan Ajiz Awalludin from the Muhammadiyah University of Prof. Dr. Hamka (UHAMKA). The selected attendees were pleased to open their microphone and delivered their questions directly to the keynote speakers.
This three-hour webinar equips participants to still be able to provide their best learning during the pandemic and prepare the best possible learning after the pandemic is over. In addition, this webinar is one of effort or contribution of SEAQiM in providing support to mathematics teachers in Southeast Asia and beyond.