PGT Biochemistry and Diseases II

I am so excited to offer the course titled ‘Biochemistry and Diseases II’ for the Program of the Gifted and Talented (PGT) during the summer. It was a three-day weekend online course (between 15 and 29 August) with a morning and an afternoon session each day. This course covered topics, such as endocrinology, renal function, bone profile, and electrolyte balance. I had humbly reckoned that not many students would be interested in such a challenging course; but in the end, it turned out that 24 extraordinary students successfully completed the course. The enrollment of 24 students was indeed an amazing … Continue reading PGT Biochemistry and Diseases II

A new page to educational research

It was a nice opportunity for me to serve as a reviewer of an education journal titled ‘Athens Journal of Education‘. Although I have been serving as a reviewer of textbooks and scientific journal, it is my first experience in reviewing educational papers. In 2020, I anticipate that I should be participate more in the field of pedagogical research, which is not only related to science education, but also social science. Continue reading A new page to educational research