Today, the world faces the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Increased digitalization of manufacturing marked this era with four factors, including 1) an increase in data volume, computational power, and connectivity; 2) the emergence of analysis, capabilities, and business intelligence; 3) the occurrence of new forms of interaction between humans and machines; and 4) improvement of digital transfer instructions to the physical world, such as robotics and 3D printing. The fundamental impact of this era is the change in the way people move on the scale, scope, complexity, and transformation of life experiences. The challenges and opportunities of the industrial revolution 4.0 encourage the innovation of educational creation in 21st-century learning. Learning orientation leads to 3 aspects, namely: a) strengthening thinking skills, b) working knowledge, and c) digital lifestyle. Strengthening thinking skills (Critical-Thinking Skills, Problem-Solving Skills, Collaboration Skills, Creativity and Innovation Skills, and Communication Skills) are important to be taught to students. The integration of these three aspects in 21st-century learning characterizes the science curricula as a product in the form of facts, concepts, principles, laws, and theories; a process called the scientific method, and scientific attitude.
This national seminar is expected to be a forum for all education stakeholders, researchers in the field of science education, and prospective science teachers, to exchange information and share knowledge in the development of science education, especially in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0 that moves very quickly and as efforts in increasing professionalism. This seminar raised the latest themes and sub-themes about science learning in schools to equip students and teachers in the context of facing the industrial revolution 4.0. This seminar hopes to be able to find, formulate, and come up with ideas that can increase understanding and provide solutions to various problems in the field of natural science learning in the context of facing the industrial revolution 4.0.
“Improvement 21st-Century Skills through STEAM Learning”
- Scientific Literacy
- The innovation of Science Teaching
- Science Learning Media
- High Order Thinking Skills
- STEAM (Science Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) Education
- Science Application
Senco 2019 will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2019
Start at 8 am, in Gedung Pertemuan, Universitas Trunojoyo Madura, Indonesia
The Important Dates
Abstract Submission Deadline on September 13, 2019
Acceptance Notification on September 27, 2019
Full Paper Submission Deadline on October 4, 2019
Payment Deadline on October 11, 2019
Student (S1/S2): IDR 175K (early bird)| IDR 200K (regular)
Public : IDR 300K (early bird)| IDR 350K (regular)
Student (S1/S2): IDR 100K
Public : IDR 150K
Bank Batara: 000028-01-50-036116-2 (PPII Korwil Madura-Mochammad Ahied)
Early bird until September 19, 2019
Registration and Submission
- Please submit your abstract before September 13, 2019.
- Register and submit your abstract right to http://ocs.trunojoyo.ac.id/index.php/senco/senco2019 and send to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The committee will confirm the eligibility of your abstract paper as soon as possible by email and/or your OCS account.
- You are expected to submit a completed manuscript no more than October 4, 2019.
- Author Guidelines and Template can be downloaded on http://ocs.trunojoyo.ac.id/index.php/senco/senco2019
The selected paper published on
Jurnal Rekayasa (Sinta 4)
Jurnal Pena Sains (Sinta 5, DOAJ-Green Tick)
Abstract download here
Full Paper download here
Contact for Further Information
Nur Qomaria (+62 85721437726)
Wiwin Puspita Hadi (+62 82338109534)