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Welcome Speeches

  • H. Arief Rachman, Executive Chair, Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO, Indonesia
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  • Mae Chu Chang, Head, Human Development Sector, World Bank Indonesia
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  • Hubert Gijzen, Director, UNESCO Jakarta, Indonesia
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  • Opening on behalf of HE Minister of Education
    Djoko Santoso, Director General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia
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Raja Roy Singh Lecture

  • Entrepreneurship Education and Globalization
    Fernando Reimers, Ford Foundation Professor of International Education and Director of Global Education and of International Education Policy, Harvard University, USA
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Plenary Sessions

Plenary Session I: Concepts and Context of Creativity and Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century Golden Ballroom

  • Building Creative Capacity through Arts Education
    Larry O’Farrell, Professor and Holder of the UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning, Faculty of Education, Queen’s University, Canada
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  • Promoting Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: Context, Government Initiatives and Institutional Responses in the P.R. China
    Wang Libing, Professor of Education, Zhejiang University, China
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  • Creativity, Social Entrepreneurship and Education
    Susan Allen and Susiawan, Yellow Coco Creative Arts Centre, Indonesia
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Plenary Session II: Innovative Strategies, Designs and Models for Creativity and Entrepreneurship Golden Ballroom

  • Innovation in Teacher Education: For Teachers' Initiative
    Ren Youqun, Vice President of East China Normal University, China
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  • Building Successful Public-Private Partnerships to foster Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    Ananta Gondomono, Government Programme Manager, Intel Indonesia Corp
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  • A Personal Creative Journey with Laskar Pelangi (The Rainbow Troops): Promoting Creative Industries through Film and Musical Theatre
    Mira Lesmana, Writer and Film Producer, Indonesia
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Plenary Session III: Enabling Creativity and Entrepreneurship Golden Ballroom 

  • Entrepreneurship in Indonesia: The Importance of Educational Institutions
    Sandiaga Uno, Co-founder of Saratoga Capital, Indonesia
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  • How Regional Autonomy Can Foster Creativity and Entrepreneurship
    Sofjan Wanandi, Indonesian Employers Association (APINDO), Indonesia

  • Entrepreneurship Ciputra Way: Entrepreneurship for the Nation
    Ciputra, Entrepreneur and Founder of Ciputra University, Indonesia

Plenary Session IV: Education for Creativity and Entrepreneurship Golden Ballroom

  • Creativity in the Classroom and the Entrepreneurial Spirit
    Mae Chu Chang, Head, Human Development Sector, World Bank, Indonesia
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  • Education for Creativity and Entrepreneurship: Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge (ASK)
    Kavil Ramachandran, Thomas Schmidheiny Chair Professor of Family Business and Wealth Management, Indian School of Business Hyderabad, India
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  • School is the Answer
    Ponheary Ly, 2010 CNN Hero, Social Entrepreneur and Project Director, Cambodia
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Concurrent Sessions

1A: UNESCO Session 1: Inspiring Entrepreneurism through Education

  • 1.A.1 Paulina Pannen, Sampoerna School of Education, Indonesia
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  • 1.A.2 Marina Payen, The European Union Chamber
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  • 1.A.3 Bringing entrepreneurship into international education
    Philip R. Johnson, EF Education First
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1B: Reflections on Creativity and Learning

  • 1.B.1. Reflections on Korea‟s Creative Education Policy
    Heewoong Kim, Korean National Commission for UNESCO, Republic of Korea
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  • 1.B.2. Can Schools „Fit‟ Creativity into Science Lessons?
    Gareth Price, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
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  • 1.B.3. Student Teachers' Perception of Creativity – Why Should This Matter and What Can Be Done About It?
    Gita Lestarini Rachayu, Creative Education Indonesia Foundation, Indonesia
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1C: Entrepreneurship Education in Higher Education Institutions

  • 1.C.1. Student Entrepreneurship Programme at Indonesian Higher Education Institutions
    Agung Purwadi, Centre for Educational Policy Research, Indonesia
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  • 1.C.2. Ciputra‟s Way in Shaping Entrepreneurship Spirit in Indonesia: Best Practice of Entrepreneurship Education Programme in Universitas Ciputra Surabaya
    Ianinta Sembiring, Ivan Abraham Sandjaja and Tony Antonio, Universitas Ciputra, Indonesia
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  • 1.C.3. An Implementation Framework for Enabling Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Higher Education Institutions in China
    Ping Xu, UNESCO Bangkok, Thailand
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1D: The Net Generation: Technology for Games and Businesses

  • 1.D.1. Harnessing Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship among the Net Generation Jae Woo Jang and Scott Platt Salcedo, The Mind Movers Project, UNESCO Club Global City Charters, Philippines
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  • 1.D.2. The Serious Business of Play: How Gaming can Unlock Creativity and Foster Entrepreneurship
    Jim Playfoot and Ross Hall, White Loop Limited, United Kingdom
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  • 1.D.3. Games-based Learning to Enhance Entrepreneurship and Creativity in Elementary Schools
    Siripen Iamurai, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand
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1E: Professional Development to Enhance Creativity: Model, Lesson Plan and Tool

  • 1.E.1. Developing Creativity in Science Classrooms through a Capacity Building Model of Continuing Professional Development
    Mark Windale, The Centre for Science Education, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
    Kanjana Chookravong, Science Education Centre, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
    Nason Phonphok, Science Education Centre, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand

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  • 1.E.2. Creative Ability and the Ability to Design Lesson Plans that Teach Creative Thinking
    Dina Riyanti and Savitri Putri Natasukma, Creative Education Indonesia Foundation, Indonesia
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  • 1.E.3. Strengthening Creative, Innovative and Integrative Systemic Thinking of Young Social Entrepreneurs in Indonesia through the AtKisson ISIS Accelerator Tools and Methods
    Robert Steele, Systainability Asia/AtKisson Group, Thailand
    Maria Nindita Radyati, Trisakti University, Indonesia

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2A: World Bank Session: Promoting Entrepreneurship in Indonesia

  • 2.A.1. Promoting Entrepreneurship for the Youth
    Rathoyo Rasdan, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Indonesia
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  • 2.A.2. Laying Down the Pathway: Indonesia‟s Strategy to Promote Creative Entrepreneurship Development
    Rahma Iryanti, Manpower and Employment Opportunities Development, National Development Planning Agency, Indonesia
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  • 2.A.3. Strategies to Promote Entrepreneurship
    Euis Saedah, Small and Medium Enterprises (SME), Ministry of Industry, Indonesia
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  • 2.A.4 Creativity and entrepreneurship through non formal education
    Wartanto, Directorate General Early Childhood, Nonformal and Informal Education, Ministry of Education and Culture, Jakarta (Indonesia)
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2B: Multiple Approaches to Promote Creativity and Entrepreneurship

  • 2.B.1. Reviewing the BDS Debate from Multidisciplinary Insights: A Proposed Framework for Supporting Entrepreneurial Creativity
    Vik Naidoo, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
    Mark Kelly, Australian Federal Government, Australia
    Janti Gunawan, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Indonesia

    Download the paper (pdf, 180kb) and presentation (pdf, 300kb)

  • 2.B.2. Promoting Entrepreneurship Research and Education about Business Angels in Indonesia
    Janti Gunawan, William Scheela, Naning Arianti Wessiani and Maulida Luthfiyah, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, Indonesia
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  • 2.B.3. Fostering Children‟s Entrepreneurial Attitude Orientation: the Role of Upbringing Patterns and Creative Teaching Methods in Elementary Schools 
    Hetty Karunia Tunjungsari, Universitas Tarumanagara, Indonesia
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2C: Inspiring Mathematics for Creative and Critical Thinking

  • 2.C.1. Exploring Idea Generation in a Problem-solving Class
    Alleli Domingo, University of the Philippines Los Banos, Philippines
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  • 2.C.3. Developing a Math Curriculum that Cultivates Creativity
    Fong Ho Kheong, SEAMEO RECSAM, Malaysia
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2D: Education for Sustainable Development: Enhancing 21st Century Social Responsibilities

  • 2.D.1. A Voice from the Field: Teaching Experience with Mangroves in the Wakatobi Islands
    Usri Masidi, SMP Negeri 2 Tomia-Wakatobi, Indonesia
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  • 2.D.2. Educational Approaches for Promoting Innovation in Japanese ESD/UNESCO schools
    Tomonori Ichinose, Miyagi University of Education, Japan
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  • 2.D.3. From Trash to Treasure: Designing Upcycling Systems
    Sydney Pun, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
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2E: Regional Intel® Teach School Awards

3B: Frameworks, Models and Good Practices of Creative Entrepreneurship

  • 3.B.1. Framework/s to Improve Entrepreneurial Potential of Developing Countries
    Siddhartha Shankar Saxena and Saritha Sudharmma Vishwanathan, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India
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  • 3.B.2. Design and Evaluation of Entrepreneurial Design Thinking Module towards Business Idea Generation among Polytechnic Students
    Shamsuri Abdullah and Nor Aishah Buang, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
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  • 3.B.3. Good Practices and Lessons Learned from ILO‟s Entrepreneurship Models and Activities
    Tendy Gunawan and Nicki Ferland, International Labour Organizations, Indonesia
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3C: Balancing the Gender Equation for Entrepreneurship

  • 3.C.1. Women Entrepreneurship
    Shinta Widjaja Kamdani, Sintesa Group/Global Entrepreneurship Program Indonesia, Indonesia
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  • 3.C.2. Building Capacity to Ignite the Entrepreneurial Spirit: The Story of Four Entrepreneurial Women
    Della Alamsyah, Dina Riyanti and Savitri Putri Natasukma, Creative Education Indonesia Foundation, Indonesia
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3D: Nurturing Creativity through Drama and Theatre Pedagogy

  • 3.D.1. Educating Young Children to be World Citizens through Narrative Stories
    Maila Dinia Husni Rahiem, State Islamic University, Indonesia
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  • 3.D.2. Nurturing Creativity in Children: A Jalan Sesama Initiative
    Muhammad Zuhdi, Jalan Sesama, Indonesia
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  • 3.D.3. Street Theatre for Edutainment: A Participatory Research
    Anjali Capila, Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi, India
    Pragati Bhalla, Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University), India
    Aparna Khanna, Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi, India

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3E: Promoting Creativity: From Theory to Implementation on Teachers’ Creativity within the Context of Education for Sustainable Development

  • 3.E.1. Practical Strategies for Educators to Utilize ICT Capabilities for the Development of Education and Training Curriculum
    Fumihiko Shinohara, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan
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  • 3.E.2. Introducing ESD to Education Community through the Development of the Mangrove Education e-Guideline: Issues and Challenges
    Stien Matakupan, Sampoerna School of Education, Indonesia
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  • 3.E.3. Government Policy to Support Teacher Creativy for a Sustainable Future: A Case Study in Probolinggo-Indonesia
    Agus Sujariyadi, Environmental Division-Probolinggo Municipality, Indonesia
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4A: UNESCO Session 2: Uncovering Creativity and Entrepreneurship in Education Policy


  • Joko Sutrisno, Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia

  • Seungbo Kim, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training, Korea
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  • Ronald Stones OBE, Richard Chandler Corporation, Singapore
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  • Christian Timothy Wijaya, Sampoerna Academy, Indonesia
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4B: Advancing Creativity and Entrepreneurship Education in Secondary and Vocational High Schools

  • 4.B.2. Architecture of Creativity and Entrepreneurship: A Participatory Design Programme to Develop School Entrepreneurship Centre in Vocational High School
    Yandi Andri Yatmo and Paramita Atmodiwirjo, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
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  • 4.B.3. Capacity Building for Advancing Creativity and Entrepreneurship: Teen Entrepreneurship Competition in Hong Kong
    Christina Yu, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
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4C: Application of Creative and Entrepreneurial Education in Different Subjects

  • 4.C.1. Developing Programmes and Curricula to Enhance Entrepreneurial Skills and Creativity in Hospitality and Tourism Education in Indonesia
    Hera Oktadiana, BINUS International – Binus University, Indonesia
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  • 4.C.2. Innovative Agriculture Training Programme for Freshmen at Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine
    Marshall Smith, Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Japan
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  • 4.C.3. Entrepreneurship Education to Recover from Disasters
    Ryoju Hamada, Tohoku University, Japan
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4D: Problem-based Learning: Cases from Malaysia and Indonesia

  • 4.D.1. Problem-based Learning the 4 Core Areas (PBL4C): Identifying and Re-defining Values for Nurturing Creativity in Building a New Nation in Southeast Asia
    Teoh Boon Tat, Warabhorn Preechaporn, Leong Chee Kin and Fong Ho Kheong, SEAMEO RECSAM, Malaysia
    Download the paper (pdf, 610kb) and presentation (pdf, 1.2mb)

  • 4.D.2. Problem-based Learning the 4 Core Areas (PBL4C): Preparing Children for the Future
    Warabhorn Preechaporn, Teoh Boon Tat, Leong Chee Kin and Fong Ho Kheong, SEAMEO RECSAM, Malaysia
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  • 4.D.3. Creative Problem Solving – An Application by Children for a Real-life Problem
    Ka Yee Man, Creative Education Indonesia Foundation, Indonesia
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4E: Public-Private Partnerships for Arts and Entrepreneurship Education

  • 4.E.1. Creating Positive Social Relationships through Public-Private Sector Partnership
    Yisung Kim, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea
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  • 4.E.2. Creative Community Arts and Entrepreneurship: A Case Study from Hong Kong
    Samuel Leong, Josephine Do and Hilary Louise Du Cros, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
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  • 4.E.3. Private Sector Involvement in Entrepreneurship Education in Indonesia
    Ghani Kunto, Indonesia
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5A: Enabling Environment and Factors for Creative Thinking and Learning

  • 5.A.1. Developing Innovative and Creative Thinking: An Ecological Approach
    Glenda Crosling and Mahendhiran Nair, Monash University Sunway Campus, Malaysia
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  • 5.A.2. Fostering Creative Problem Solving in Pre-Service Teacher Education: A Case of Humanistic Study Project
    Nisa Felicia and Hatim Gazali, Sampoerna School of Education, Indonesia
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  • 5.A.3. Towards Creative Learning Environment: Developing National Standards for Quality Educational Spaces and Facilities
    Paramita Atmodiwirjo, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
    Edy Tri Baskoro, Board for National Standards in Education, Indonesia
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5B: Devising Entrepreneur and Lifeskills Programmes for Disadvantaged and Rural Youth

  • 5.B.1. Youth Economic Empowerment Programme 
    Sumarna Fathulbari Abdurahman, Plan-Indonesia, Indonesia
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  • 5.B.2. YCAB Foundation‟s Social Investment: An Approach to Advancing Indonesian Education through Socio-economic Empowerment 
    Veronica Colondam, Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa, Indonesia 
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  • 5.B.3. Nurturing Creativity and Entrepreneurship Skills of Youth Using the Process of Developing a Life Skills based Game for Rural Teen Clubs in India 
    Aparna Khanna, Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi, India Anjali Capila, Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi, India Pragati Bhalla, Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University), India
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5C: Measuring and Assessing Creativity and Progress towards Self-fulfilment

  • 5.C.1. Development of a Scoring Rubric to Assess the Creativity of Student-Designed Product
    Maimunah Husien, Institut Aminuddin Baki, Malaysia
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  • 5.C.2. Using Abbreviated Torrance Test for Adults (ATTA) to Measure Creativity Training Effectiveness: The Indonesian Context
    Trimadona Wiratrisna, Creative Education Indonesia Foundation, Indonesia
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  • 5.C.3. Innovative Entrepreneurial Education for International Hospitality and Tourism Business: Case Study of IHTB Culture Festival 2011
    Maria Christina Liem and Eric Yosua, University of Ciputra, Indonesia
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5D: Developing Business, Administration and Marketing Skills in Universities

  • 5.D.1. The Development of a Breakthrough MBA Programme in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship at Bandung Institute of Technology
    Dwi Larso, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
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  • 5.D.2. Entrepreneurial Education in the MBA: A Case Analysis of the Programme of Wuhan University of Technology
    Argelia Pahuamba, Wuhan University of Technology, China
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  • 5.D.3. An Innovative International Collaborative Project for Developing Soft Skills and Entrepreneurial Skills
    Syaharom Abdullah, Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia
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5E: Having Fun Learning In and Outside the Classrooms

  • 5.E.1. Enriching Children's Experience with Art Education Workshop Design
    Marcos Sadao Maekawa, Chihiro Sato and Keiko Okawa, Keio University Graduate School of Media Design, Japan
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  • 5.E.2. Theater in the Classroom, Classroom in the Theater: Creative Instructional Practices and Principles
    Lenaur Abbot, Southwill Learning Center, Philippines
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  • 5.E.3. Removing the Walls and Textbook from the Classroom: A Case Study of Creative Entrepreneurship Class of Multinational Students in South Korea
    Zen Parry and Craig Baird, SolBridge International School of Business, Republic of Korea
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Closing Session: Panel Discussion on Next Steps and Partnerships 

  • Zuhal, Committee for National Innovation, Indonesia
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  • Fernando Reimers, Harvard University, USA

  • Larry O’Farrell, Queen’s University, Canada

  • Ponheary Ly, Social Entrepreneur, Cambodia

  • Timothy Marbun, TV news anchor and Sabang 16 founder, Indonesia

  • Paulina Pannen, Sampoerna School of Education, Indonesia


Vote of Thanks and Closing Remarks

  • Molly Lee, Coordinator, APEID-UNESCO Bangkok, Thailand
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  • Closing on behalf of HE Minister of Education
    Suryo Hapsoro Tri Utomo, Director, Research and Community Service, Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia
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