2nd NICE Symposium                         Programme

 

Monday, July 30

Monday, July 30

Time

Entry

Title

Chairs

Place

8:00-

8:40

Registration

Lobby ofScience Education Building

8:40-
9:00

Opening Ceremony

Chair: Prof. Mei-Hung Chiu (ڸNationalTaiwan Normal University, Taiwan)

Invited Guests:

Prof. Choon H. Do (Դ࣬Sunchon National University, Korea)

Prof. Masato M. Ito (Soka University, Japan)

Prof. Masahiro M. Kamata (TokyoGakugei University, Japan)

Prof. Teh-Chang Chou (, President of Chemistry Society Located inTaipei, Taiwan)

Prof. Kan-Nan Chen (Immediate Past President of Chemistry Society Located inTaipei, Taiwan)

President Ching-Tan Chen (ؽ?Taiwan New Japan Chemical Corporation, Taiwan)

Prof. Ming-Chang P. Yeh (٣ڣDean ofCollege ofScience, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan)

International Conference Hall

9:00-
10:00

(60)

Plenary Lecture

Prof. Teh-Chang Chou

(Taiwan)

Prof. Kan-Nan Chen

(Taiwan)

International Conference Hall

Prof. Choon H. Do
(
Դ࣬Korea)

Emerging of molecular technology and the role of chemistry educators

Prof. Masahiro M. Kamata (Japan)

Chemical education using natural radioactivity

10:00-
10:30

Tea Break

Saloon ofScience
Education Building
(5F)

 

10:30-
11:30

(60)

Oral Presentation Session 1 - Attitude toward Chemistry & Others

Prof. Chi-Jui Lien

(֧?Taiwan)

Prof. Derek Cheung

(Hong-Kong)

Lecture Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00029, Derek Cheung (Hong-Kong)

Confirmatory factor analysis of the attitude toward chemistry lessons scale

#00050, Chi-Jui Lien, Yu-ling Lu (Taiwan)

A preliminary model for infusing history of science into a computer role- playing game for science learning

#00036, Masahiro M. Kamata (Japan)

Machine translation for the NICE presentation

Oral Presentation Session 2 - Textbook & Others

Prof. Wanchu Huang
(
ؿܣTaiwan)

Prof. Haruo Ogawa

(Japan)

Conference Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00041, Akira Ikuo, Yusuke Yoshinaga, Haruo Ogawa (Japan)

CG visualization of chemical reaction: electrostatic potential map of esterification

#00027, Hee K. Chae, Kyung Ah Moon (Korea)

What is the meaning of heavy metals ?: A case study in Korean textbooks

#00060, Chin-Cheng Chou, Mei-Hung Chiu (Taiwan)

From Award-winning Science Fairs to Patterns of Chemistry Research Investigation: Analysis of Junior High and Senior High School Students Reports inTaiwan

 

11:30-
12:30

(60)

Oral Presentation Session 3 - Use of Audio-Visual Instruments in Classes

Prof. Zang-Yuan Own,

(Taiwan)

Prof. Masato M. Ito
(
Japan)

Lecture Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00020, Zang-Yuan Own, Ding-Uei Chen (Taiwan)

Probing Into The learning effectiveness of situated learning incorporated into a specific web-assisted instruction in nutritional chemistry taken by learners with learning-style differences

#00051, Natsuko Kanzaki (Japan)

The high school experiments to understand the development of chemical industry

#00061, Li-Yu Fu (Taiwan)

Chemistry in an indigenous science learning 3D animation: Acetylene lamp

Oral Presentation Session 4 - Students Conceptions and Conceptual Change & Others

Prof. Jeng-Fung Hung

(۰Taiwan)

Prof. Hee. K. Chae
(
Korea)

Conference Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00024, Hee K. Chae, Sun-Ah Koo (Korea)

Text analysis of expression of diffusion phenomena in the Korean middle school and teachers conceptual Understanding

#00057, Tsai Chih-Chung, Hsiao-Lin Tuan, Chi-Chin Chin, Chang Jung-Chi (Taiwan)

The design ideas of "Nested inquiry-based instruction model" in physical science

#00059, Jui-Lin She, Yueh-MeeiLin (Taiwan)

Implementation of materials science chemistry in general chemistry laboratory

12:30-
13:30

Lunch

SE102 ofScience Education Building

 

13:30-
14:30

(60)

Interactive Poster Session 1 (3 min for each poster)

Prof. Hsiao-Lin Tuan

(ӫTaiwan)

SE204 ofScience Education Building

#00015, King-Dow Su (Taiwan)

An ICT-based chemistry approach with constructivist instructions

#00035, Toshihisa Ono (Japan)

Learning of denaturation and isoelectric point by using soy milk

#00033, Chin-Hsiang Fang, Wen-Tung Hung (Taiwan)

Designs of microscale hydrogen generator and demonstration of microscale hydrogen water rocket

#00034, Yoshiyasu Tanaka (Japan)

The lesson which makes students understand a chemical equation using a Post-it note

#00046, Eiji Iwatoh, Shozo Koshino (Japan)

Ordinary chemistry lessons inJapan

#00049, Moonjung Han (Korea)

Chemistry class with themes

#00066, Ja-Young Hong, Sung-Hi Lee, Sang-Ihn Yeo, Heejun Lim, Shinho Jang (Korea)

The development and the application of instructional materials for effective elementary science teaching in South Korea

Exhibition of Text Books and Teaching Materials

National Museum of Natural Science (Dr. Jung-Hua Yeh)

National Institute for Compilation and Translation:
Viewing the Transitions of Senior High School Chemistry Curriculums and Textbooks via the Book Collection of National Institute for Compilation and Translation (Dr. Jing-Wen Lin)

14:30-
15:30

(60)

Invited Demonstration

Prof. Li-Yu Fu

(Taiwan)

SE102 ofScience Education Building

Prof. George T. Shiau
(
ףTaiwan)

Attractive Physics and Chemistry Experiments and Teaching

15:30-
16:00

Tea Break

Saloon ofScience
Education Building
(5F)

 

16:00-
17:00

(60)

Oral Presentation Session 5 - Lab Activities

Prof. Jwu-Ting Chen

(ͣTaiwan)

Prof. Nobuyoshi Koga
(
ͯΣJapan)

Lecture Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00013, Nobuyoshi Koga (Japan)

Simulation of visible spectra from digital color image and its application to chemical experiments at high schools

#00053, Jui-Lin She, Yeun-Min Tsai, Mei-Hung Chiu, Hui-Jung Chen (Taiwan)

The performance ofTaiwans Undergraduates in organic chemistry laboratory

#00011, Masato M. Ito (Japan)

Changes in secondary science curriculum and the follow-up programs in the universities inJapan

Oral Presentation Session 6 - Students Conceptions and Conceptual Change

 

Prof. Hsiao-Lin Tuan

(ӫTaiwan)

Prof. Hee K. Chae
(
Korea)

 

Conference Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00055, Chung-Hsien Tseng, Hsiao-Lin Tuan, Chi-Chin Chin, Chang Jung-Chi (Taiwan)

Students concept learning in digital learning context –Atom and molecule

#00030, Hee K. Chae, Sohye Park, Young S. Prak (Korea)

Comparison study of concept test with modeling in the undergraduate inorganic chemistry of stereoisomerism

#00054, Shiao-Lan Chung, Mei-Hung Chiu (Taiwan)

Senior high school students mental models of mix-gas in the particulate model of ideal gas

 Tuesday, July 31

Tuesday, July 31

Time

Entry

Title

Chairs

Place

8:30-

9:00

Registration

Lobby ofScience Education Building

9:00-
10:00

(60)

Plenary Lecture

Prof. Masato M. Ito

(Japan)

Prof. Choon H. Do

(Դ࣬Korea)

Lecture Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

Prof. Jwu-Ting Chen
(
ͣTaiwan)

University general chemistry offered to high school students – A program to compensate the lack of AP chemistry course in high schools

Prof.Mei-Hung Chiu
(
ڸTaiwan)

Research And InstructioN- Based / Oriented Work (RAINBOW) for conceptual change in science learning

10:00-
10:30

Tea Break

Saloon ofScience
Education Building
(5F)

 

10:30-
11:30

(60)

Oral Presentation Session7 - Chemistry in Daily Life & Others

Prof. Hsin-Kai Wu

(Taiwan)

Prof. Choon H. Do

(Դ࣬Korea)

Lecture Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00038, Byoung Joon Ahn, Wonghil Chang (Korea)

Advanced Science and Technology-Oriented Education (ASTOE) program for science teachers inKorea

#00062, Mei-Hung Chiu (Taiwan)

Young Ambassadors for Chemistry (YAC) inTaiwan

#00067, Shinho Jang, Heejun Lim, Sang-Ihn Yeo (Korea)

Enhancing professional knowledge of elementary science teachers: Through university coursework programs in KOREA

Oral Presentation Session 8 - Textbooks & Others

Prof. Shyan-Jer Lee

(ɣTaiwan)

Prof. Ninghuai Zhou

(һ㣬China

Conference Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00009, Hee K. Chae, Mi-Ja Nam (Korea)

The textbook reading of the high school chemistry with inorganic chemical terminologies: A case study in Korean textbooks

#00064, Hung-Ta, Wu, Shu-Hua Chen (Taiwan)

Share the experience of instructing science fair in the community of insufficient resource

#00028,Jing-WenLin, Mei-Hung Chiu, Chun-Keng Liu (Taiwan)

Designing indicators of cognitive apprenticeship to evaluate Learning environments—An example of redox teaching

11:30-
12:30

(60)

Oral Presentation Session 9 - Attitude toward Chemistry & Others

Prof. Hsin-Kai Wu

(Taiwan)

Prof. Rie Kuramitsu

(˰Japan)

Lecture Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

#00016, Rie Kuramitsu (Japan)

Soap made by apprentice IT engineers

#00058, Chih-Chung Tsai, Hsiao-Lin Tuan, Chi-Chin Chin, Chang Jung-Chi (Taiwan)

Investigating the influence of Nested inquiry-based instruction model on 8th graders motivation in learning physical science

#00040, Nak Han Jang (Korea)

Analysis of Korean students conception for solution volume during acid/base titration

12:30-
13:30

Lunch

SE102 ofScience Education Building

 

13:30-
14:30

(60)

Interactive Poster Session 2 (3 min for each poster)

Prof. Byungsoon Choi
(
ܼKorea )

SE204 ofScience Education Building

#00022, Shigeki Hiramatsu (Japan)

Plaster Egg and Fake Black Egg (poster)

#00031, Tomomi Samejima (Japan)

Construction of correlation through making Memory Tree in the class of chemistry

#00023, Takanobu Tanikawa (Japan)

An investigating study of science for arousing interest

#00047, Yi-Jia Huang, Ling-Ya Chu,Jia-Wei Liang, Pei-Yi Wang, Wei-Chen Liao (Taiwan)

To establish an undergraduate proteomic experimental platform

#00037, Nai Ping Kuo (Taiwan)

An easy way to understand Lutos effect

#00019, Kai-Ping Wang (Taiwan)

The study of learning impact in aqueous and gas chemistry for nursing junior college students through web-based cooperative learning

#00021, Byungsoon Choi, Tae-Yeon Kim (Korea)

Relationships between verbal interactions and the cognitive and affective characteristics of high school students in smallgroup creative scientific activities

#00052,Jing-WenLin, Mei-Hung Chiu, Hsiu-Yi Chou (Taiwan)

Promoting public understanding of chemistry in rural village via the activity of Young Ambassadors for Chemistry

Exhibition of Text Books and Teaching Materials

National Museum of Natural Science (Dr. Jung-Hua Yeh)

National Institute for Compilation and Translation:
Viewing the Transitions of Senior High School Chemistry Curriculums and Textbooks via the Book Collection of National Institute for Compilation and Translation (Dr. Jing-Wen Lin)

14:30-
15:30

(60)

Plenary Demonstration

Prof. Shyan-Jer Lee

(ɣTaiwan)

SE102 ofScience Education Building

Prof. Ninghuai Zhou, Delan Liangһ㡢յChina

# 00026 Hands-on workshop

15:30-
16:00

Tea Break

Saloon ofScience
Education Building
(5F)

16:00-
17:00

(60)

Mr. Karayama

An invitation to the next NICE in2009 in Japan

Prof. Mei-Hung Chiu

(ڸTaiwan)

Prof. Choon H. Do

(Դ࣬Korea)
Prof. Masato M. Ito
(
Japan)

Prof. Masahiro M. Kamata
(
Japan)

Lecture Room ofScience Education Building (5F)

Panel Discussion

Closing Ceremony

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