Integrated efforts of the authorities, teachers, students, guardians and support of the government are essential to ensure quality and creative science education in the country.
Speakers on Tuesday made the call at a workshop styled 1st National Congress on STEAM- [Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics]- Education with the theme “ Learning Science for innovation” at the Hotel Pan Pacific Sonargaon in the capital.
Global Educators Initiative for Sustainable Transformation [GEIST] International Foundation, Bangladesh organised the event marking its second foundation anniversary.
STEAM experts, scholars, researchers, curriculum experts, officials from NCTB, Ministry of Education, A2i & Ministry of Science & Technology attended the workshop. Teachers, students and parents from some 32 educational institutes across the country joined the event.
Deputy Minister of Education Ministry, Mohibul Hassan Chowdhoury Naofel attended the event as the Chief Guest with Sun Lei, Education specialist from UNESCO (BD) as the guest of Honor.
Director, EMK Center Dhaka Naveed Akbar, and Vice Chancellor of the United International University Dr. Chowdhury Mofizur Rahman were present as the special guest with President, GEIST International Foundation, Biplob Kumar Deb in the chair.