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Subject The 2nd APEC Forum for the Gifted in Science
  Name    Administrator
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● Participated nations
  Australia, Hong Kong China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea. Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Thailand, Viet Nam, Israel

● Summary of Record
  1. Discussion for forming the consortium for GiS professionals
    A. The student exchange programs & teaching methods are needed (Australia)
    B. On next forum, we should talk about more details such as teaching
        methods, teacher training programs and educational contents. (Korea)
    C. Holding the science leadership camp (Korea)
    D. Sharing the experiences and know-hot to making the Mentor-Mentee pool network
    E. The special team for forming the consortium is needed (Indonesia)
    F. The continuous promotion is needed to meet good result of this project
    G. Preparing the network system in education field is needed. (Japan)
    H. Permanent contact among members through the homepage (Philippine, Russia, Singapore)
    I. Providing the exchange student programs to GiS (Philippine)
    J. Discussion for forming & managing the consortium is needed
    K. Recommending the suitable people for organizing the consortium. (Thailand)
    L. Agreeing to form the consortium (Vietnam)
    M. Forming the consortium of GiS professionals could be the vision to foster GiS effectively. (Israel)

  2. Conclusion
    A. Participants agreed with the cooperation to form the consortium among GiS professionals
        (Korea, Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Philippine, Russia, Singapore, Viet Nam)
    B. Thailand will recommend the suitable people

  3. The 3rd APEC Forum for Gifted in Science
    A. Date: 7 ~ 9 September 2007
    B. Venue: Gyeongnam province, Korea

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  • Minister of Science,ICT and Future Planning
  • Kyungnam University
  • National Research Foundation of Korea