[HTHT Forum 1] Discussion session between the superintendent and educators

Discussion session between the superintendent and educators
  • Cho Hee-Yeon

    Superintendent at The Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education

    Superintendent of Education, Cho Hee Yeon was born in Jeongeup, Jeonbok and graduated from Seoul Choongang High School. Cho then attended Seoul National University, studying sociology and received her master and doctorate degree in Sociology from Yonsei University. Cho became a professor at Sungkonghoe University in 1990 and also acted as Dean of the School of Civil Society and Welfare, as well as the director of the institute for democracy. Through the 20th and 21st, Cho is now the 22nd Superintendent of the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education.
  • Ha Yoon-Soo

    Superintendent at Busan Metropolitan City Office of Education

    Superintendent Ha Yoon-Su received his Doctor of Philosophy in Law at Dong-A University and received the 2018 Person of the Year Award for Civic Organization, the 2021 South Korea 한서 Grand Prize for Cultural Artist, the Culture and Arts Education Award and Korea’s Proud Personality Awards (Education) and in 2022 Ha was selected as part of the Corruption Prevention and Integrity of the Commemorative Organizing Committee at the UN International Anti-Corruption Day and is currently the Superintendent of Busan Metropolitan City Office of Education.
  • Kang Eun-Hee

    Superintendent at Daegu Metropolitan Office of Education

    Superintendent Kang Eun-hee was born in the year 1964 in Daegu Metropolitan City and graduated from Kyungpook National University. From 1989 to 1992, Kang was an educator at Dongmyung Middle School, was the Chief Executive Officer for Winitech in 2000 and was the 5th Chairperson for the Korea IT Business Women’s Association History. In 2011, Kang served as a member of the Presidential Council on National Competitiveness and after serving as the 19th National Assembly member, Kang is currently serving as the superintendent of the Daegu Metropolitan Office of Education.
  • Im Tae-Hee

    Superintendent at Gyeonggi-do Provincial Office of Education

    Superintendent Lim Tae-Hee was born in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province in 1956 and received his masters at Seoul National University, studying Business Administration. Lim also received the 4th Intellectual Property Award for Special Achievement in 2014. From October 2017 to October 2021, Lim was the 7th President for Hankyong National University and was the Minister of the Ministry of Employment and Labor from September 2009 to July 2010. He is currently the Superintendent for Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education.
  • Kim Ji-Cheol

    Superintendent at Chungcheongnamdo Office of Education

    Superintendent Kim Ji Chul was born in Cheonan, South Chungcheong Province in the year 1951 and received his bachelor degree in English Education at Kongju National University in 1974 and master’s degree at Dankook University Graduate School of Education in 1988. Kim was an educator at Taean Girls’ Middle School in 1976 and was an educator until 2006. Kim was the 9th Committee Member for the Chungcheongnam-do Council of Education from 2010 to 2014 and is now the Superintendent for the Chungcheongnamdo Office of Education.
  • Kim Dae-Joong

    Superintendent at Jeollanamdo Office of Education

    Superintendent Kim Dae Joong was born in Gokseong, South Jeolla province in 1961 and since 1995 Kim was the 5th, 6th and the 7th member of the Mokpo City Council. From 2004 to 2011, Kim was the Chairman of the board for 서남권균형발전연구소 and was the director for Mokpo Youth Center. Kim is currently the Superintendent for the Jeollanamdo Office of Education.
  • Kim Jin Sook

    Executive manager of KERIS

    Kim Jin Sook is currently the senior researcher for the Korea Education and Research Information Service and the Chairman for the Smart Education Society. For the past 33 years in an organization supported by the Ministry of Education, Kim has done research and development to support the Education information system for South Korea. Recently, through research and consultation on the 4th Industrial Revolution, digital transformation, and future education in the post-corona era, Kim is focusing on developing strategies to foster talented people in response to future social changes. She contributed to the spread of future education through the publication of future education reports and future education advice from ministries, educational institutions, municipal offices, and local governments, including the Ministry of Education. Kim received her masters and doctorate degree in educational technology from Ewha Womans University. Kim also served as a member of the National Education Commission's education policy expert and Vice Chairman of the Digital Education Special Committee and is currently a member of the Ministry of Education’s policy research review committee.