Keynote speaker

Johnson Lam is a community builder who founded KakiDIY. Focuses on DIY education mainly on life-skills and STE(A)M; inspiring makers to be solving problems using resources around us. All these starts from the grass-root of education, up-cycling and recycling old stuff into something artistic and useful.    Johnson via KakiDIY also inspired and incubated new Makers into enterprising mindset and eventually building their own company selling their products and services internationally. KakiDIY also scouts for talented makers and collaborate them into building solutions for the industry in Malaysia and around neighboring countries. (Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam)   Along with educating the community, Johnson also spreads the DIY and Maker movement via other channels such as online, social media, TV and other printed medias.    His works can be found by googling “Johnson Lam KakiDIY”  
  Kuen-Yi Lin Kuen-Yi’s primary research interests involve students’ learning processes in hands-on learning activities, and integrative STEM education in recent years. For example, he tried to develop a two-tier hands-on learning activities in helping students in applying STEM concepts; meanwhile, he also tried to develop a STEM-based collaborative problem solving system in assessing students’ collaborative problem solving competency. E-mail: linkuenyi@ntnu.edu.tw
Dr. Chokchai YUENYONG is Associate Professor in science education program, Faculty of Education, Khon Kaen University, Thailand. He also works as vice President of Science Education Association of Thailand (SEAT). And, he also works as secretariat of ASEAN Research Network for STEM Education (ARN-STEM) His interesting research include Student learning in physics, Science teaching based on constructivism, Scientific literacy, Science teacher education, STEM Education, Cultural issues in science education. His current project is about enhancing teacher to develop STEM learning activities in school setting.
              Professor Tamara J. Moore
      Assoc. Prof Sumalee Chaijaroen