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(排名不分先後 in no particular order)
 

Prof. Ilan Barry Katz
Professor, Social Policy Research Centre UNSW

          

Professor Katz has led a large number of research projects on a wide range of social policy issues, specialising in mixed method evaluations of policies and programs. The areas of research interest include:

Evaluations of complex interventions; the interface between research, policy and practice; child protection systems; children in out of home care; international comparison of welfare systems; disability; Indigenous social policy; social inclusion and social capital; youth mental health; technology and youth participation, migration and asylum; race and ethnicity; social policy in developing countries; early intervention, support for veterans, homelessness.



Mr. Duhee Lee
Chief Executive Officer, Likelion


         

Mr. Lee graduated from the Department of Computer Science & Engineering of Seoul National University. During his college days, he created an online system to evaluate lectures and the system was widely used by all SNU students. After graduation, he established LIKELION which is a non-profit corporation that teaches non-computer science students to develop computer programs at SNU. Five years later, the organization is now teaching 1,200 people annually in Korea, Hong Kong, USA and Australia.

In 2014, he established a company called Kongdoo with his friends and led the e-ports culture in Korea. While there are a lot of professional gamers in Korea, Kongdoo is a company that upgrades their values using Youtube, AfreecaTV and Twitch.

In addition, Mr. Lee is currently establishing a computer academy for kindergarten students with his belief that it is essential to start learning computing knowledge at young age, which is considered as the 1st mission of his life.



Mr. Kota Hasegawa
Vice-Principal, Meisei High School

          

Mr. Hasegawa mainly learnt about international culture when he was studying in the university. He became interested in exploring the education in various countries since then. Recently, he is interested in studying the effect of education by making use of the Internet. He has been working at Meisei High School in Chiba Prefecture, Japan for about 20 years.

Meisei High School is the first private high school that provides correspondence courses. Three years ago, the school developed contents of an online high school for students who did not attend school. They focused on supporting and improving basic academic abilities of non-attending students. Currently there are about 1,000 students in this school. Students can log in to the online portal and observe teachers’ lessons at Meisei High School on the Internet.

Mr. Hasegawa personally loves the Internet and video games as well and he thinks that studying is fun. He hopes to look for ways for students to study happily in the future.

 

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