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    Title

    Lift Off: Primary and Secondary Education

    Description

    This session will explore innovative programmes and curricula focusing on space education and outreach to students up to the age of 18. Emphasis will be placed on programmes that effectively engage primary and secondary school students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM), help them develop key skills, and foster a long-term passion for space. This session will also consider programmes and activities that focus on the professional development of primary and secondary school teachers, or on educational methodologies of relevance to primary and secondary education. When submitting abstracts for SEOC sessions, please: • Clearly identify the connection to the session’s described scope and to space. • Briefly describe what you will present, including results and evaluation of your work, if it has been completed, or a thorough description of the expected outcomes of the work. • Include information about what makes your work unique, original or innovative and worth sharing with the international space community. • State your work’s goal, the intended audience, the measurable objectives that were set, and if the work is in planning or has already occurred. • Provide context describing the research and/or analysis you conducted in choosing the purpose of the activity, the intended audience, and the design of the activity. • Include reference to quantitative or qualitative data gathered through evaluations, surveys or other means. • If any theories are developed, please include information about the practical applicability of the information. • Consider that your audience is international and focus on what others working in the field can learn from your work. Include lessons learned, recommendations or other takeaway messages. • Make sure that the abstract provides a coherent idea or narrative for someone unfamiliar with your work.

    Date

    2024-10-14

    Time

    15:15

    Room

    Green Hall 1

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Ms. Kaori Sasaki, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan;

    • Co-Chair: Dr. Seyed Ali Nasseri, Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), Canada;

    • Rapporteur: Ms. Kerrie Dougherty, Australia;

    • Rapporteur: Mrs. Alina Vizireanu, Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), United Kingdom;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    15:15

    25 YEARS OF CELEBRATING WORLD SPACE WEEK: EVALUATING ANECDOTAL INDICATORS OF THE IMPACT ON SPACE EDUCATION IN AFRICA.

    10

    confirmed

    Mrs. Alma Okpalefe

    World Space Week Association

    United States

    2

    15:25

    Antariksh Gyaan Abhiyaan: A mission to ignite space dreams of young minds from underprivileged communities

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Ratnesh Mishra

    India

    3

    15:35

    CoderDojo Oradea Space Robotics: Fostering Future Innovators through Hands-on Space Science Education

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Daniel-Zoltan Erzse

    Romania

    4

    15:45

    Empowering the Next Generation of Space Innovators: The "HolySpace Challenge" as a Revolutionary Approach to STEAM Education

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Vered Cohen Barzilay

    Out of the Box

    Israel

    5

    15:55

    GEO-Academy: Developing Teacher’s Spatial Skills for Climate Change and Sustainable Development Education

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Henry Boeree

    EURISY

    France

    6

    16:05

    Space Education for High School Students through the Development of SaganSat0 CubeSat

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Yukihisa Otani

    Kyushu Institute of Technology

    Japan

    7

    16:15

    Student informed choices about STEAM: A case study from VSSEC

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Mark Gleeson

    Victorian Space Science Education Centre

    Australia

    8

    16:25

    Student Skills Improvement through Space Educational Competitions using an Educational Exploratory Rover

    10

    confirmed

    Prof. Luca Iocchi

    Sapienza University of Rome

    Italy

    9

    16:35

    THE ZERO ROBOTICS PROGRAM USING ASTROBEE FREE FLYERS WITH HAND GESTURE RECOGNITION FUNCTIONS ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Yiyun Zhang

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

    United States

    10

    16:45

    BUILDING A LUNAR COMMUNITY FOR CHILDREN: CHALLENGES OF COOPERATION AND SIMULATING TEAM BUILDING

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Haruto Kurono

    Japan

    11

    16:55

    From pixel to intel: Fostering STEAM Engagement and Climate action through Space Education

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Danielle Oryan

    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

    Israel

    12

    17:05

    StarLeap: an educational initiative to foment theoretical and hands-on experience in emerging space nations

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Carlos Rodríguez

    Orbital Space Technologies

    Costa Rica

    13

    17:15

    Data Informed Space Education Package for Space Education Beginner Teachers

    10

    confirmed

    Dr. Naomi Kagawa

    Shimane University

    Japan

    *

    Connecting the World through the APRSAF Online and Onsite Stargazing Event

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Hiroko Tsuzuki

    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    Japan

    *

    Linking Australia's remote schools to space education: a pilot study

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Darcey Watson

    The Andy Thomas Space Foundation

    Australia

    *

    Starlab ExpertLink – A global best-practice to bring space expertise into classrooms via a design challenge related to commercial space-station research and development

    10

    confirmed

    Dr. Howard Greene

    The Ohio State University

    United States