Hosted by FMIPA Universitas Negeri Malang (UM) and FoE University of Canberra

Webinar #3 : Competition of 3-Minutes Research Presentations

Date

October 7th, 2021

Time

13:00-15:00 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)/ 10:00 - 12:00 WIB

Mode

Zoom

Register Now, Free Registration Fee

To Participate, please register on the link.
https://bit.um.ac.id/webinar_UMUC3 (for Competition Participant)
https://bit.um.ac.id/webinar_UMUC4 (for Non-Competition Participant)

All participants will be awarded participation E-certificate

Important Dates

Registration deadline for Presenter September 25, 2021
Video and Submission deadline for Presenter September 25, 2021
Announcement of 3-Minutes Competition Finalists October 2, 2021
Registration Deadline for Participant (non- Presenter) October 2, 2021
3-Minutes Research Presentation Competition Day October 7, 2021

Information, Terms, and Conditions for Competition Participant 3-Minutes Research Presentation

Eligibility

Indonesian master and doctoral students in Mathematics Education

The Rules

  1. The Competition Participant (Presenter) sends his/her video presentation (only video link provided to Event Committee) and video script (free format/template) through registration link. https://bit.um.ac.id/webinar_UMUC3.
  2. The duration of the presentation is limited to three minutes maximum.
  3. The Presentation must be in English and do not include poems, raps, or songs
  4. Only a single (one) static PowerPoint slide is permitted. Slide transitions, animations, or 'movement' of any description are not allowed. The slide is to be presented from the beginning of the oration.
  5. The PowerPoint slides must be written in clear and concise English.
  6. No additional electronic media (e.g., sound and video files) is permitted.
  7. No additional props (e.g., costumes, musical instruments, laboratory equipment) are permitted.
  8. Presentations are considered to have commenced when a presenter starts their presentation through either movement or speech.
  9. Videos submitted to the committee must meet the following criteria:
    • Filmed on the horizontal.
    • Filmed on a plain background.
    • Filmed from a static position.
    • Filmed from one camera angle.
    • Contain a title slide of the presentation.
    • Contain a PowerPoint slide of presentation in the top right corner/right side.
  10. The decision of the adjudicating panel is final.

Award

1st Prize: Android Tablet

2nd Prize: Android Tablet

3rd Prize: Smartphone

Audience Favourite Prize: Smartphone

References for short presentations:

Here is the example

JUDGING CRITERIA

  • Did the presentation provide an understanding of the background and significance to the research question being addressed, while explaining terminology and avoiding jargon?
  • Did the presentation clearly describe the impact and/or results of the research, including novelty, conclusions, and outcomes?
  • Did the presentation follow a clear and logical sequence?
  • Was the thesis topic, research significance, results/impact and outcomes communicated in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience?
  • Did the presenter spend adequate time on each element of their presentation
  • Did the oration make the audience want to know more?
  • Was the presenter careful not to trivialize or generalize their research?
  • Did the presenter convey enthusiasm for their research?
  • Did the speaker have sufficient eye contact and vocal range; maintain a steady pace, and have a confident stance?
  • Did the PowerPoint slide enhance the presentation - was it clear, legible, and concise?

Tentative Rundown

Time (WIB) Agenda
10:00 - 10:10 Welcoming Speech
10:10 - 10:15 Introduction
10:15 - 10:25

Speaker 1. Dr. Subanji, M.Si (Universitas Negeri Malang)

10:25 - 10:35

Speaker 2. Tamsyn Terry Ph.D. (Candidate University of Canberra Director of Student Advancement, Gold Creek School, Canberra).

10:35 - 11:10

Short presentations by Indonesian doctoral/master students

11:10 - 11:15

Break/panel meeting

11:15 - 11:50

Short presentations by Indonesian doctoral/master students

11:50 - 11:55 Break/panel meeting
11:55 - 12:00 Announcement & Closing

Contact (Whatsapp)

+6281316350609 (WA)

Webinar #2

Date

July 22nd, 2021

Time

13:00-15:00 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)/ 10:00 - 12:00 WIB

Theme

Technological and Statistical Literacy for the 21st century [TBC]

Speakers

  • Prof. Barney Dalgarno- Executive Dean, Faculty of Education, UC
  • Assist. Prof. Sitti Patahuddin, Ph.D
  • Assist. Prof. Christina Lommatsch, Ph.D
  • Emily Ashcroft, Lecturer and PhD Candidate
  • Achmad Badrun Kurnia, M.Sc. - PhD Candidate (Australia Award)

THE DISCUSSANT

  • Prof. Dr. Hadi Suwono (Dean, FMIPA UM)
  • Prof. Dr. Abd. As’ari
  • Prof. Dr. Purwanto
  • Dr. Erry Hidayanto
  • Dr. Abd Qohar

Event Rundown

Time (WIB) Agenda
10:00 - 10:05 Welcoming Speech
10:05 - 10:10 Introduction
10:10 - 10:20

Speaker 1:

Technological affordances to enrich students’ learning in remote setting

10:20 - 10:30

Speaker 2:

STEM practices framework using the Experience, Represent, Apply model in the Foundation year of school

10:30 - 10:40

Speaker 3:

Technologies in educational research

10:40 - 10:50

Speaker 4:

Examining statistical literacy of high school students

10:50 - 11:00

Speaker 5:

The affordances of social media for teacher professional development

11:00 - 11:20 Discussant
11:20 - 11:55 Q/A or discussion
11:55 - 12:00 Concluding & What is next

Webinar #1

Date

July 1st, 2021

Time

13:00-15:00 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)/ 10:00 - 12:00 WIB

Theme

Innovative STEM Research: Future Directions

Speakers

  • Assist.Prof. Sitti Patahuddin,Ph.D
  • Assoc. Prof. Ilyse Resnick, Ph.D
  • Destina Wahyu Winarti, PhD (Australia Award)
  • Ida Nurmila Isandespha, M.Pd. - PhD Candidate (MORA Award)
  • Susilahudin Putrawangsa, M.Sc. – PhD Candidate (MORA Award)

THE DISCUSSANT

  • Prof. Dr. Cholis Sa’dijah
  • Prof. Dr. Toto Nusantara
  • Dr. Subanji
  • Dr. Susiswo
  • Dr. I Nengah Parta

Event Rundown

Time (WIB) Agenda
10:00 - 10:05 Welcoming Speech
10:05 - 10:10 Introduction
10:10 - 10:20

Speaker 1:

What is spatial reasoning and why is it important for STEM success?

10:20 - 10:30

Speaker 2:

Spatial-mathematics intervention program in middle schools [Experimental design for Year 7-9 students]

10:30 - 10:40

Speaker 3:

The use of spatial tools to develop students’ conceptual understanding in computation [Design research for Year 2 & 3]

10:40 - 10:50

Speaker 4:

Virtual teacher professional development to spatialise mathematics using local context [Design research for elementary school teachers]

10:50 - 11:00

Speaker 5:

Roles of spatial reasoning in mathematics problem solving [Qualitative study of pre-service teachers]

11:00 - 11:20 Discussant
11:20 - 11:55 Q/A or discussion
11:55 - 12:00 Concluding & What is next
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