December 21st together with education information field


Busan Office of Education adopted ‘Digital Literacy’ as an elective course
The Busan Office of Education will open the nation’s first digital literacy course in the middle school curriculum from the first semester of next year. From May last year to October this year, the Office of Education formed a writing team of elementary and secondary teachers and education professionals to develop digital literacy curriculum and textbooks.

Digital literacy textbook. Provided by Busan Office of Education

The curriculum consists of 20 achievement standards and 19 core concepts in 5 areas including digital citizenship, information and data utilization, communication and collaboration, and digital content creation. Students develop overall digital competencies such as digital safety, rights, responsibility, etiquette, search engine, search method, information reliability determination, data collection, communication, digital creation, copyright, citation, sharing (posting), design thinking, and computational thinking. will grow Middle schools can operate digital literacy courses as electives.

Gwacheon National Science Museum Winter Vacation Program

Provided by Gwacheon National Science Museum

Provided by Gwacheon National Science Museum

Gwacheon National Science Museum co-developed a non-face-to-face education program with the COEX Aquarium for the winter vacation, ‘A Pleasant Shark Story’. It allows students to learn about the appearance, food, and habitat of sharks, the main exhibited creatures of the COEX Aquarium, through a self-directed learning package. You can apply for the learning package from the website of the Gwacheon Science Museum ( from December 21st.

Meet ‘Santa’ at the Haenam Dinosaur Museum
Christmas Santa visits the Haenam Dinosaur Museum in Jeollanam-do. Haenam-gun will present presents along with Santa Claus photo time to visitors to the Haenam Dinosaur Museum from December 24-26. Santa gifts are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, limited to 200 per day in the Giant Dinosaur Room. In the special exhibition room, children’s favorite dinosaur costumes are prepared, allowing them to freely wear and take pictures. Various Christmas trees, sculptures, and photo zones are available in the lobby on the first floor of the museum. In the Children’s Dinosaur Land in the basement of the museum, the Milky Way LED light bulbs and large Santa lights create a year-end atmosphere.

National Children’s Science Museum Metaverse Intensive Camp
The National Children’s Science Museum is running an intensive winter vacation metaverse camp in which children and parents participate together from January 11 to February 28 next year. In this camp, students can learn about artificial intelligence, coding, climate change, etc. using ZEPETO, Gather Town, and Roblox games, which are representative domestic and foreign metaverse platforms. From December 22, you can apply through the website of the National Children’s Science Museum ( editorial team

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