[Narrowing the Gap Session 1] Announcement of best practices for narrowing the gap in HTHT education

Announcement of best practices for narrowing the gap in HTHT education
- Announcement of excellent cases of gap-solving projects (elementary, middle, and high schools)
- Purpose and Direction of the Consortium to bridge the gap
- Announcement of Best Practices for 2021
  • Bo Ram Lee

    Professor, Daegu University

    Lee Boram earned a doctorate in child family studies from Seoul National University's College of Life Sciences and is currently working as an assistant professor of family welfare at Daegu University. It is interested in promoting the welfare of socially and economically marginalized children and families. He participated in maternal and child health projects and parent education projects in Malawi, Africa, and is conducting research on ways to improve the resilience of North Korean defectors, poor children, multicultural children, and children with diseases or disabilities in Korea. Currently, efforts are being made to bridge the educational gap by conducting mentoring education and impact assessment in the HTHT project for underprivileged children conducted by the Asian Education Association.
  • Song Eun Ju

    Sky Dream Middle School Teacher

    Teacher Song Eun-joo has been working as a math teacher at Haneul Dream Middle School (Korea's first alternative school for North Korean defectors approved by the Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education) since 2017. As a member of the research department, he participated in the planning and operation of research schools and research projects of the Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education (development of math education textbooks and guidance books) and developed North Korean defectors' education, produced pamphlets, and planned and operated unification education programs. From 2020, he is in charge of the operation of customized education using artificial intelligence (AI) at Haneul Dream Middle and High School, and participated in the 'case study on artificial intelligence (AI) education in school' to study and report educational cases applying artificial intelligence to mathematical education. Currently, educational research using artificial intelligence (AI) is continuing in mathematics classes.
  • Kim Young Ji

    Student Mentor at Handong University

  • Song Moo Seok

    Manager, Education Commission Asia

  • Kim Nam Hang

    Manager, Education Commission Asia

  • Park Seon Mi

    Director of Gwangyang Daycare Center, Korea Labor Welfare Corporation

  • Park In Yee

    Representative of the Parents’ Network Council at the Pyeongtaek Education Office Village Education Activist

    Park In Yee is a Pyeongtaek village education activist, working for village education in the Poseung area. Previously, Park’s interest in village education sparked when she served as a regional representative of the Parents’ Network Council of the Pyeongtaek Office of Education. Park is interested in high tech education which could reduce the educational and regional gap. As Park met many children through village education, she became interested in child education welfare and received a social welfare degree.
  • Jang Soon Heung

    Former President of Handong University

    Dr. Jang Soon-heung graduated from Seoul National University's Department of Nuclear Engineering, earned a master's and doctorate in nuclear engineering at MIT, served as the head of KAIST from 1982, then as Bentley's chair professor, vice president of foreign affairs, and vice president of teaching from 2014 to January 2022. In particular, he was a presidential advisor to the National Science and Technology Advisory Council, chairman of the Korea Nuclear Safety Commission, a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency's safety advisory group, and a consultant on the Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan, He served as an international advisor to the committee and served as the president of the Korean Atomic Energy Association. In April 2014, he received the Order of Science and Technology, which symbolizes the highest honor as a scientist, for his contribution to reactor design, technology independence, and training nuclear experts, and won the 2021 Korea Atomic Energy Association Grand Prize