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Physics by Inquiry with Simulations at 3rd International ConferenceonTeaching and Learning with Technology, iCTLT 2012 (27 - 30 March 2012)

 
Proposal Summary for 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology, iCTLT 2012 (27 - 30 March 2012)
theme of the conference as "Do IT! Transform Learning, Shape the Future"
http://www.ictlt.com/call-for-papers.php  click this on the link page.
title: Physics by Inquiry with Simulations
date: Day 1 (29 Mar 2012)
time: Concurrent Session 3 (1600-1700) 
venue: MR 313/314.
facilitator: Elsie Mathews
upload paper: https://www.ictlt.com/paperupload/paper_upload.php
Paper ID: 128-120711
user id: lookangTotal uploaded: 3
Date Upload  2011-12-28 16:23:43
Title  Physics by Inquiry with Simulations
File  2011-12-28 16:23:43_ictltwee01.pptx
Date Upload  2012-03-15 14:28:55
Title  Physics by Inquiry with Simulations
File  2012-03-15 14:28:55_ictltwee02.pptx.pdf
Date Upload  2012-04-02 16:03:42
Title  Physics by Inquiry with Simulations
File  2012-04-02 16:03:42_ictltwee03.zip

Type of Paper Practice based
Type of Presentation Bring Your Own Laptop
Title Physics by Inquiry with Simulations
Theme and Strands Engage ICT Pedagogy/Pedagogical Practices
Audience Type This presentation is suitable for :
Chief Technology Officers,Curriculum Specialists,Heads of Department,Library Media Specialists,
Principals & Vice Principals,Superintendents,Teachers,Teacher Educators/Academics,Technology Coordinators,Technology Facilitators,Technology Integration Specialists
Subject Area Science (Physics)
Duration of Presentation 60 min presentation
Commercial Content NIL, it is all free for the purpose of benefiting humankind at zero cost.
Rationale:
The third Masterplan for ICT (MOE, 2009b) teacher-lead initiative using free tools such as Open Source Physics (Christian, 2010) seeks to illustrate meaningful integration of ICT in physics education through student centred activities, for promoting self-directed learning (Tan, Shanti, Tan, & Cheah, 2011) supported by effective processes for social collaborative learning (Chai, Lim, So, & Cheah, 2011).
Objective:
The Open Source Physics community used Easy Java Simulation (Esquembre, 2004) has created hundreds of simulations that could be finer customized (Wee & Mak, 2009) to the Singapore syllabus for more targeted productive activities. 
We will share the collision cart simulation with RVHS (Lee, Wee, Cheng, & Wong, 2010) and 4 gravitational simulations with Yishun JC. These simulations we argue are appropriate laboratory environments that can provide the experience and context, essential for deepening student’s conceptual understanding of Physics through student centered guided inquiry (Kirschner, Sweller, & Clark, 2006) approach supported by social discourse. 
Involvement:
RVHS 214 students, 6 teachers, 1 educational technology officer
YJC 25 students, 1 teacher, 1 ETO
Pedagogy &Technology:
Inquiry Approach, Easy Java Simulation
Impact:
experience and figure out for themselves the physics
Challenge & Plan
Slow Diffusion of this ICT practice 
Subject chapter physics teachers.Facilities
Paper presentations will be assigned to rooms ranging in capacity from 50 - 200 depending on anticipated audience. Rooms will be set in theatre style and filled to capacity on a first-come, first-serve basis by conference participants.The organiser will provide:
Internet connectivity
LCD projector and screen
Microphone(s)
Sound system
Panel table with panellist microphones (for Panel Discussions only)Envision: Visionary ICT leadership that provides conditions in leading change and professional development initiatives to bring about pedagogical changes.
Engage: Teaching & Learning in the Digital Age that focuses on designing, implementing & evaluating ICT-enriched learning experiences.
Explore: Innovative & Emerging technology learning environments that bring about ICT-enriched learning experiences.This conference will be held in Singapore from  27 to 30 March, 2012. Delegates can look forward to:
network and get updates & insights on educational technology developments and solutions;
share, learn and engage collectively on the challenges and opportunities in the use of ICT for teaching and learning.Please visit our conference website at http://www.ictlt.com for more information on registration, submission of presentation proposals and updates.This conference is brought to you by The Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and the Academy of Principals, Singapore (APS).For enquiries, please contact Ms Kriss Neo at tel no: 62956920 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
I also ended up as a reviewer.
2011.
https://www.ictlt.com/reviewer/review_login.php
Userid: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Thank you once again for your kind assistance in reviewing the proposals for the International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2012 (iCTLT 2012). Your review and recommendations are crucial in helping us select the best proposals for the conference. We appreciate your contributions and would like to invite you to join us at the conference.
Details of the conference are as follows:
Date: 29 – 30 March 2012
Venue: Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre 1 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593
Time: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Do visit the following URL to register and receive updates on iCTLT 2012update 27 October 2011Dear Wee loo kang, Goh Giam Hwee, Lee Tat Leong,
Proposal Ref No: 128-120711
Type of Paper: Practice-based
Title: Physics by Inquiry with Simulations
Duration of Presentation: 60 minutes
Thank you for your proposal submission to the International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2012 (iCTLT 2012). We are pleased to inform you that your proposal has been accepted.
Please submit your presentation slides by 30 December 2011 for online publication and include any accompanying notes. The total file size should not exceed 6MB. We will provide an URL at a later part and send another email to inform you for the uploading of presentation slides. Upon received, kindly copy and paste the following URL into a new browser and upload your presentation slides and accompanying notes.
Please note that all presenters must register and pay to attend the conference by 30 December 2011. You may proceed to login athttp://www.ictlt.com/. The registration fee will not be refunded should the presenter fail to turn up for the conference.
You will be informed of the details of your presentation slot at a nearer date. If you have any queries, please contact Kriss Neo atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
We look forward to seeing you at iCTLT 2012.
This is an auto generated email. Please do not reply.
Best regards,
iCTLT 2012 Programme Committeeupdate 27 october 2011
Summary

DELEGATE INFORMATION
: Mr
: WEE Loo Kang Lawrence
: Singapore
: NOT APPLICABLE
: MOE
: teacher
: 92475573
: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
: 138675
: None
: No
: No



PAYMENT
: SGD 460.00

: SGD 460.00
: SGD 32.20

: SGD 492.20



PAYMENT METHOD
I would like to pay by:
 
 
 
 
Please note that your registration is confirmed only upon receipt of full payment for the Conference.






update 01 November 2011





Dear Wee loo kang, Goh Giam Hwee, Lee Tat Leong,
Proposal Ref No: 128-120711
Type of Paper: Practice-based
Title: Physics by Inquiry with Simulations
Duration of Presentation: 60 minutes
Thank you for your proposal submission to the International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2012 (iCTLT 2012). We congratulate you that your proposal has been accepted.
Please submit your presentation slides by 30 December 2011 for online publication and include any accompanying notes. The total file size should not exceed 6MB. Kindly copy and paste the following URL into a new browser and upload your presentation slides and accompanying notes.

https://www.ictlt.com/paperupload/" style="color:rgb(136, 136, 136)">https://www.ictlt.com/paperupload/ 
Please note that all presenters must register and pay to attend the conference by 30 December 2011. You may proceed to login athttp://www.ictlt.com/. The registration fee will not be refunded should the presenter fail to turn up for the conference.
You will be informed of the details of your presentation slot at a nearer date. If you have any queries, please contact Kriss Neo atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
We look forward to seeing you at iCTLT 2012.
This is an auto generated email. Please do not reply.
Best regards,
iCTLT 2012 Programme Committee

 
 
Looks this i cannot pay for this.
Final slides used https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1P1PBq39SN6Os9F1G73xozuU82KQNRIF9TPrL5eU-gQI/edit#slide=id.p38

anyway the PPT is here
 
iCTLTwee019 Jan 2012 Synopsis:

The Open Source Physics community used Easy Java Simulation authoring toolkit has created hundreds of simulations that could be finer customized to the Singapore syllabus for more targeted productive activities. Simulations, also known as computer models, we argue are appropriate laboratory environments that can provide the experience and context, essential for deepening student’s conceptual understanding of Physics through student centered guided inquiry approach. We have customized to date about sixty-five computer models of which we will share five; one collision cart simulation with RVHS and four gravitational simulations with Yishun JC appropriate for Advanced level Physics. We also will highlight Ordinary Level Physics computer models that we hope secondary school teachers will find useful. We have secured eduLab 2012-2013 project funding from National Research Fund (NRF) and Ministry of Education (MOE) and we hope teachers from other schools would continue to network-learn together with us.
All computer models shared are free for the world to use, download, remix under creative commons attribution license at the link(s) below.
http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?board=28.0
http://weelookang.blogspot.com/p/physics-applets.html
Computer Models Hosted Google Site https://sites.google.com/site/lookang
  1.  ejs_Momentum1D2010web03.jar (1700k)
  2.  ejs_KeplerSystem3rdLaw01.jar Download
  3. ejs_users_sgeducation_lookang_EarthAndSatelite04.jar Download
  4. ejs_users_sgeducation_lookang_GFieldandPotential1Dv2EarthMoonwee.jar Download
  5. ejs_users_sgeducation_lookang_GField_and_Potential_1D_v2wee.jar Download
  6. ejs_users_sgeducation_lookang_AAPTVernierCaliper.jar(809k) download
  7.   ejs_Micrometer01.jar (1020k) download
  8. ejs_MagnetFallingltlxmlcoil01.jar (1632k) download
some are not the latest but they are all at NTNU Java virtual lab  update 29 Feb 2012
Day 1 29th March 2012 Concurrent Session 3 (1600 - 1700) http://www.ictlt.com/programme/concurrent_session_3.php
Sub-Theme(s) / TitlePresenter(s)SynopsisVenue
ICT Pedagogy/ Pedagogical PracticesPhysics By Inquiry with Simulations Wee Loo Kang, Educational Technology Division, Ministry of Education Goh Giam Hwee, Yishun Junior College Lee Tat Leong, River Valley High School The Open Source Physics community using Easy Java Simulation authoring toolkit has created hundreds of simulations that could be customized to the Singapore syllabus for more targeted productive activities. Simulations (also known as computer models), we argue, are appropriate laboratory environments that can provide the experience and context, essential for deepening student's conceptual understanding of Physics through student centered guided inquiry approach. To date, we have customised about sixty-five computer models of which we will share five; one collision cart simulation with River Valley High School, and four gravitational simulations with Yishun Junior College appropriate for Advanced Level Physics. We will also highlight Ordinary Level Physics computer models that we hope secondary school teachers will find useful. We have secured the eduLab 2012-2013 project funding from National Research Fund (NRF) and Ministry of Education (MOE), and hope teachers from other schools would continue to network-learn together with us. All computer models shared are free for use, download and remix under the creative commons attribution license, provided at the links below.http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?board=28.0http://weelookang.blogspot.com/p/physics-applets.html  MR 313/314

Updated 12 March 2012!
Congratulations that your paper has been selected for iCTLT 2012! I am pleased to confirm that your presentation titled “Physics by Inquiry with Simulations” has been scheduled on Day 1 (29 Mar 2012), Concurrent Session 3 (1600-1700) at MR 313/314. I, Elsie Mathews from ETD, will be facilitating your presentation.The following are some information you would need to take note of:1. Equipment Testing
I would like to arrange to meet up with you at 8 am on 29 March 2012, outside MR 313/314 to test the equipment. Please be punctual so that we do not miss out on the other programmes.Please also note that your assigned presentation room will have the following facilities:
• Internet connectivity
• LCD projector and screen
• 1 x Wired Microphone with floor stand
• 2 x Wired microphone with table stand
• 1 Rostrum with 2 Microphones
• In-built Sound systemPlease be reminded to bring along your laptop and any necessary peripherals such as power cable, mouse, projector adapter etc., for your presentation. 2. Uploading of Presentation Materials
As mentioned in the earlier email from the conference programme committee, you are required to submit your presentation materials and any accompanying notes latest by Fri 16 Mar 2012 for the event website so that our delegates can preview the many presentations and make plans for their conference experience. You may upload your materials through the conference website. The total file size should not exceed 6MB. Do be assured that changes can still be made from now till the day of the conference. Any later version will be collected after your presentation, so that the most up-to-date materials are uploaded to the website. 3. Introduction of Presenters
I would also like to gather how you would like me to introduce the team. Please let us know your team background and experience and send this information back to me by Tue 20 March 2012, so that an appropriate introduction can be made to the conference delegates.4. Contact Information
In case we would need to contact one other, your team may reach me at my mobile number 9667 1267. Do leave with me your contact numbers too.We look forward to seeing you at iCTLT 2012. Meanwhile, your team can start the conference experience and ‘twitter’ us at #ictlt2012. So let’s Do IT! Transform Learning, Shape the Future.
iOS app on iCTLT2012 with the Physics by Inquiry with Simulations session 3 day 1
presenter's iCTLT2012 multiple USB port gift
innergy hq award 2012 Gravity-Physics by Inquiry ETD and AST GOLD
certificate of appreciation iCTLT2012