Project Title

Cross-Border Human Capacity Building for Glocalized Scientific Literacy: Phase 1 - The Best Practice Models for Innovative STEM+ Education for Teacher Professional Development 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

HRD 04 2018A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

HRD 04 2018A 

Project Title

Cross-Border Human Capacity Building for Glocalized Scientific Literacy: Phase 1 - The Best Practice Models for Innovative STEM+ Education for Teacher Professional Development 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

44,319 

Co-funding Amount

56,384 

Total Project Value

100,703 

Sponsoring Forum

Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG) 

Topics

Human Resources Development 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chinese Taipei 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; Indonesia; Korea; Russia; Singapore; Thailand; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2018 

Expected Completion Date

31/05/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Dr Chiu Mei-Hung 

Job Title 1

Professor 

Organization 1

Natonal Taiwan Normal University, Graduate Institute of Science Education 

Postal Address 1

116, 88 Ting-zhou Road, Sec 4, Taipei City 

Telephone 1

886-935738962 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

mhchiu@gapps.ntnu.edu.tw 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Dr Chiu Mei-Hung 

Project Summary

To deepen Regional Economic Integration, promote inclusivity, and explore relevant structural reform in APEC region, this “glocalized” scientific literacy enhancement project will engage relevant players in collaboration, exchange, joint-innovation, and shared training, to:

1) Empower science teachers’ competence on cultivating students’ scientific literacy through initiatives, especially, via the design of science and technology curriculum standards for K-12;

2) Exchange views on issues and products ranging from curriculum design, gender inclusion, implementation of STEM-PLUS curriculum, potential challenges in each participating economy etc. during workshop sessions to exemplify the expansion and implementation of new science educational initiatives with glocalization approach, and

3)   Share existing best practices in schools and further present outcomes of the teaching modules presented during the workshops.

Chinese Taipei will hold one teachers’ professional development workshop. The 3-day event will comprise themed talks and workshop on STEM teachers’ training, curriculum design, and school observations.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: APEC region requires significant numbers of new employees competent in scientific literacy. This has become a basic requirement for economic growth, global operations, and the efficient functioning of each APEC economy. However, the output of such individuals from educational systems across the APEC economies is not only insufficient but also decreasing (UIS, 2015). With an increasing demand for a STEM-PLUS (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and beyond such as Arts) literate workforce, such a phenomenon is limiting economic integration across the APEC region (STEM, 2016, Department of Education, USA). In recognition of this need, projects focusing on science education have been prioritized in APEC Education Ministerial Meetings in Chile (2004), Peru (2008) and Korea (2012), and is one of the sub-themes for the Peru (2016) event. This project will contribute to improve the STEM-PLUS related employment across all APEC member economies and strengthen their respective educational systems, especially in STEM teachers’ teaching and course/curriculum developing competencies and in sharing teaching materials and activities for secondary schools. 

Relevance – Eligibility: The project fits Promoting Sustainable, Innovative and Inclusive Growth through its emphasis on teachers’ professional development to promote wider STEM-PLUS literacy among member economy workforce, discussion of key issues such as equal gender participation in STEM-PLUS, and generation of potential new methods to attain such goals. It also fits Improving Connectivity, Deepening Regional Economic Integration, and Strengthening Inclusive Growth through Structural Reform since it will include exchanges of ideas and bringing member economies together through potential collaborations, as well as generating new and innovative education policies/structural reforms directions. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: The current project focuses on the issue of education in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and more (STEM-PLUS), which are key fields of interests in the continuing development of the modern age. With today’s economy and society heavily dependent on STEM-PLUS, all economies around the world are increasingly needing a more STEM-PLUS literate workforce. Yet, our education systems are slow in adapting to meet this growing need and much work remains to be done in rethinking and reforming STEM-PLUS education in the Asia Pacific region. 

The current project aims to address this need to reform the STEM-PLUS education in its member economies and will involve in depth discussions to formulate new approaches. Through the three-day event, by enhancing STEM-PLUS participants’ awareness and knowledge in terms of the latest innovations and past experiences shared in the project, the project can achieve the goal of improving the economic and social well-being of the people, and deepen the spirit of community in the Asia Pacific. With the project focusing on human resource training and policy/structural reforms, and having different economies sharing their experiences and help one another build up their STEM-PLUS educational capacities, the project can also help reduce the economic disparities among APEC economies through internal and regional replications with participants’ newly acquired skills. The event is also part of STEM-PLUS teachers’ professional development where new instructional skills and knowledge can be acquired. Lastly, the event will also enable teachers to train a more scientifically literate future generation. 

The current project deals directly with the “Human Development” criteria, fostering collaboration among member economies across the Asia Pacific region in terms of STEM-PLUS education approaches and innovations, exchanging know-hows and recommendations to attain the best available method towards the unique and specific problems each economy’s STEM-PLUS education systems are facing. Based on the aforementioned approach, it is clear that the current project is also related to the “Connectivity” under Rank 1. It is our hope that an open and direct channel of communication can be created among all APEC economies’ STEM-PLUS educators and policymakers such that mutual-assistance in addressing unique as well as common problems can emerge and a better connected Asia Pacific educational community can be formed.

Objectives

The key objectives are as follows:

a)  Participants will be able to improve the use of educational capabilities in teaching and learning processes through the sharing of past/current STEM-PLUS Education experiences (problems such as gender gap) among participants and exchange of views on issues ranging from curriculum design, implementation of STEM-PLUS curriculum, potential challenges in each participating economy etc.

b)  Science and innovation in education and pedagogical practice will be promoted through the sharing existing knowledge and further develop new generation science literacy enhancement scheme for the Asian Pacific region, enhancement of STEM-PLUS  Education through exchanges, fostering of potential solutions to existing STEM-PLUS education challenges and providing of practical suggestions from a glocalized perspective;and

c)  Participants will be able to increase knowledge in the various STEM-PLUS educational experiences throughout the APEC region, refer to different strategies and ideas shared by their peers, and formulate new and “glocalized” instructional, curricular, strategic, or policy related recommendations upon their return.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  The project will support all three priorities set forth in the 2018 Port Moresby APEC meeting. The multi-lateral, multinational aspect of the event proposed corresponds to the priority to break barriers for Regional Economic Integration as delegates from all over APEC will converge and exchange their ideas and efforts in improving STEM-PLUS education. The proposed event will also address gender-related issues in STEM-PLUS education, especially in policies and methods to encourage equal participation in science courses/future careers. Lastly, as mentioned above, the proposed event will also exchange policies and discuss possible structural reforms for the improvement of STEM curriculum design, development, instruction, and research among APEC members. 

Alignment – Forum: The project corresponds to the following HRDWG workplan objectives and 2018 Port Moresby meeting priorities:

- (Improving digital connectivity, deepening Regional Economic Integration) – incorporates sharing of best practices and policies with proven results in the glocalized environment of cultivating scientific literacy among APEC economies;

- (Promoting inclusive and sustainable growth) - aims at crafting and implementing exemplary initiatives for cultivating scientific literacy, gender inclusion, and teacher/curriculum development for raising the quality of STEM-PLUS-related education, which forms the basis of long-term regional economic growth;

- (Strengthening inclusive Economic growth through structural reform) - will result in a database of initiatives across APEC that will aid the HRDWG in its enhancement of knowledge of glocalized best practices in a variety of policy areas under the APEC Education and HRD ministerial agendas;

- (Address gender-equal access to education) - scientific literacy initiatives, curriculum and instructional materials, and other gender-related resolutions will be uploaded to the project website and HRDWG wiki, thus it will be available for everyone, broadening the path of learning for boys and girls alike.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The proposed project will be held in May 2019 in Taipei. This event will be consisted of two parts, the first being two days of workshops, and the second is a one-day school classroom observation.

·   Keynote Talks: There will be keynote speeches or lectures conducted by scholars/policymakers in STEM-PLUS education fields. Keynote scholars/policymakers will be hailed from international STEM education community (including both APEC members and non-APEC economies) and should be individuals with STEM related publications in international peer reviewed journals/books, past international STEM-related conference keynote speakers such as Prof. Joseph Krajcik from Michigan State University, USA, or experiences in experimenting, executing, or drafting of STEM education policies, such as UNESCO STEM education representatives. Both developed and developing economies will be represented among the keynote speakers to ensure different perspectives, problems, and needs will be covered, and all participants would feel the talks are relevant to them. Topics of talks and discussion will focus on Good Practice in STEM education; State of STEM Education in APEC; STEM education policies; and Promotion of women in STEM.

·   Introduction to STEM-PLUS education in participating economies: All economies represented in the workshop will be asked to give a brief (about 10 minutes) presentation of the state of their STEM education. Only one participant per economy will be asked to give the presentation. Presentation files used will be shared on the project website with the permission of the author(s).

·   School Observations: On the third day during the school observations, demonstrations of innovative STEM-PLUS curriculum implementation will be observed. 

Post-Event

·   Records: The keynote sessions will be recorded once permission from the speaker/lecturer has been obtained. These recorded videos will be edited and shared online later. Power Point files or other distributed materials will be catalogued and copies kept for future references. These materials will also be digitized and made available online for other interested scholars, teachers, or policymakers. Other reports, digital files, brainstorming session records generated during the two-day period will be similarly maintained and shared. Through the two-day workshop sessions, best practices suggestions on how to best proceed with STEM-PLUS education in the APEC region at large and also for specific economies would be discussed. Any resolutions will also be recorded and made available to all interested.

·   Website: The proposed project will also try to setup an official website for the project. In addition to hosting basic information about the three-day event, such as location, time, program etc., it will also serve as a source of useful STEM-PLUS education information after the event has concluded. All the above mentioned materials will be digitized and made available on this project website. With additional funding from the Ministry of Education of Chinese Taipei and the host institute, the website will be available to all for at least two years after the event, giving scholars and teachers in the APEC region sufficient time to access and download the documents and information shared

·   Analyses of pre- and post-event survey: Results of the analyses will be shared via the project website, and be included in the summary report drafted at the conclusion of the event.

·   Reports: Three kinds of reports will be drafted for this project: Monitoring, Summary, and Completion reports. The reports will be prepared during/after the event. Expected content of the reports may include basic information about the event, the summary of the event, contributions from participants, pre- and post-event survey results, description of the school observations, the accomplishments of the event, and other useful information where appropriate.  The summary report (approximately 10-20 pages) will be authored by Prof. Mei-Hung Chiu and Dr. Hongming Liaw of National Taiwan Normal University. 

Outcomes: The first objective of the current project is to provide an opportunity for STEM-PLUS educators from all member economies to meet and share past/current STEM-PLUS education experiences, and exchange views on various STEM-PLUS related issues such that participants will be able to improve the use of educational capabilities in teaching and learning processes. The outcome of such an exchange and sharing would provide all participants a better perspectives of current STEM-PLUS educational trends, curriculum design developments, practical dos and don’ts, and possible challenges and solutions in the implementation of these STEM-PLUS innovations and reforms.

In line with the second objective of the current project, it is also expected that science and innovation in education and pedagogical practice will be learnt by all participants. Enhancements in STEM-PLUS education would spread throughout the Asia-Pacific region, and practical suggestions based on a glocalized perspective can be formed. As stated above, participants will be able to increase knowledge in the various STEM-PLUS educational experiences throughout APEC region, refer to different strategies and ideas shared by their peers, and formulate new and “glocalized” instructional, curricular, strategic, or policy related recommendations upon their return. 

Beneficiaries: Direct beneficiaries of this project will be the participants of the event, who arepolicy makers, and/or in-service science teachers. The proposed project will invite representatives from all of APEC’s economies. Ideal participants should be familiar with the past and current STEM-PLUS education developments in their respective economy, have at least some experience or an interest and knowledge in the design, implementation, and practice of STEM-PLUS education and its many related issues (such as under representation of women and girls in STEM-PLUS education and careers). Also, participants should also hold posts where they can influence STEM-PLUS educational policies at home. However, this is not a requirement, since anyone dedicated to STEM-PLUS education innovation and research can potentially change the status quo through action.

Through the current project, these selected participants will exchange, internalize and synthesize the knowledge each participant had brought during the two-day workshop and lecture sessions, then observe implementations of innovative STEM-PLUS courses in actual school settings in Chinese Taipei, and bring their new ideas and knowledge home. There is an expected trickle-down effect, i.e., participants will introduce the ideas they have been exposed to or insights gained to their  colleagues back home in STEM-PLUS fields, and perhaps propose policy or education structural changes based on these new and glocalized ideas. As in any educational reforms, the impact of such changes will be long term and significant. It is hoped that the knowledge learned and ideas gleaned here in the event will form the basis of ample STEM-PLUS education innovations in all participating APEC economies, and thus in turn impacting future generations of APEC region workforce in the decades to come. 

Dissemination

To maximize the impact of the proposed project, all materials shared in the event or generated during or for the event (such as lecture slides, handouts, workshop products, summary report drafted for the event etc.) will be made available on the project website for the benefit of any interested STEM-PLUS educators. All participants will also be provided a complete electronic copy of the mentioned materials. In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, only selected materials will be provided in paper form. The project website hosting the above-mentioned materials will be maintained for another two years after the conclusion of the project event such that participants and any other interested educators will have a guaranteed period of access. The project website will comply with the APEC Websites Guidelines apart from APEC Publications, Logo and IP Guidelines. 

The proposed event will also try to include policymakers from all APEC economies by asking APEC to provide a list of suitable policymaker candidates from each APEC economy. This will ensure the information shared or innovative ideas formed during the event will be directly available to policymakers throughout the APEC region. For those economies whose APEC recommended policymakers cannot attend our proposed event, an email will be sent via APEC to inform them of the project website, where they will be able to download all the materials the proposed event generated. 

All reports generated to be shared will be presented to the APEC Secretariat in a standard of English that requires no further copy-editing. The reports will be prepared in accordance with the Guidebook on APEC Projects, the APEC Publication Guidelines, and the APEC Logo Guidelines. No contractor will be used for the drafting of the reports.

Gender

Gender imbalance has long been a key issue in not only STEM-PLUS education but in STEM in general. The cultural dynamic in many economies that tilt gender breakdown in STEM fields towards male also fed into the cultural norm, creating a vicious cycle, making many bright girls and women shy away from STEM fields and careers. The current project is actively seeking to rectify this situation through several means. The first is to ensure equal gender representation among the project’s invited participants, with at least 40% of the participants being women. Past involvement or work in encouraging women’s participation in STEM would also play a role in the decision making process of drafting the invitation list.

Given the prominence of the gender imbalance issue in STEM-PLUS fields, gender issue will be given a significant role throughout the three-day event, with at least one to two keynote talk or session dedicated to the promotion of women’s participation in STEM. UNESCO/SAGA has been invited to send a representative to share their work on gender issues in STEM at the current proposed event. Prof. Mei-Hung Chiu of the current proposal will also share her experience in the organization and promotion of the ICSU Gender-Gap (in STEM) workshop. Gender related resolutions drawn from the event will be shared and made available online through the event website. 

Sex-disaggregated data on workshop attendees will be collected as part of the project. Analysis of sex-disaggregated data will be included in the Completion Report of the project, serving as evidence to whether our gender percentage goals have been met, and provide valuable reference information to future POs.

Work Plan

This is a one-year and five months long project focusing on the demonstration and sharing of APEC economies’ attempts in raising teachers’ STEM-PLUS instructional skills through local policy changes and initiatives at the secondary school level:

1) Chinese Taipei will hold a 3-day teachers’ professional development event, which includes two days of workshop and one day of school classroom observations. The workshop will focus on the exchange of instructional experiences, STEM-PLUS curriculum reforms/developments/frameworks, educational resources, assessment of performance, and policies among APEC economies through panel lectures/discussions, hands-on activities, oral presentations of STEM-PLUS best practices, and discussions on critical topics from around the world and ways to integrate these topics into secondary school curricula.

2)  On the third day of the event, participants will be taken to two local schools. Participants will get to observe how some of the innovative STEM-PLUS educational curriculum are being implemented. It would also provide participants an opportunity to meet school teachers and learn about the challenges and the solutions they have devised. Certificates of Participation will be provided to all participants.

3)   The event will be formally announced at around August, 2018 and held during mid-2019. Up to two delegates from each economy will be invited. Event attendees must be APEC stakeholders, policymakers, and/or in-service STEM-PLUS teachers. Invitations will be sent August-October, 2018. Evaluation, reflection, summary report, and completion report are expected at the end of 2019.

Time

Tasks

Deliverables

2018/8

Book Venue

Set event date and location

2018/8~10

Procurement and contracting

Submission of minor contract Terms of Reference for Secretariat approval

2018/8~10

Invite speakers

Invite speakers from APEC economies. Confirm speaker list and event program by October, 2018. Confirm lodging and domestic travel arrangements.

2018/10~2019/1

Nomination of participants 

2018/10~
2019/6

Set up Website

Contractor sets up project website and ensures continuous updates. 2018/11 event registration opens. Pre-event online survey on event discussion topics opens to registrants.

2019/4

Submit monitoring report

Event Promotion

Submit monitoring report at the 2019 APEC summit. Promote the event during the summit and invite all economies to register and attend.

2019/5

Proposed Event

Two-day workshop and One-day school classroom observation

2019/6~12

Distribute post-event survey

Compile information

Generated during the event and expense report

Summary Report

A follow-up online questionnaire will be sent to the participants to inquire their opinion on the impact of this event and to seek further suggestions and cooperative possibilities.

Compile expense report and information generated during the event.

Draft and submit event Summary Report

2019/12

Completion Report

Send out informal

STEM promotion survey to participants

Submit Completion Report

Send out informal STEM promotion survey to participants inquiring how they have used the knowledge gained in the event after they have returned home.

2020/01~08

Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat, as required by all APEC funded project

Risks

The project organizer has had ample experience hosting international events, with the most recent two being 1. a week-long international doctoral student mentoring institute, assembling 12 professors and 36 doctoral students from over 15 economies from around the globe; and 2. International Council for Science Gender-Gap in Science workshop, hosting over 12 international science and mathematics organizations’ representations. With such experiences, the risks are relatively low. However, given the cost of hosting such a large number of international guests, some of whom would have to travel from literally the other side of the globe, there will still be a need for sufficient funding from Chinese Taipei to cover costs that cannot be covered by APEC funds. 

Additional risks also includes the risk of not having the adequate proportion of types of participants to make the desired impact the project is proposing, the risk of not having the right lecturers, and the risk of not having the anticipated number of economies participating so capacity building in the APEC region is not entirely achieved. These risks can be mitigated through early invitations to keynote speakers and participants to ensure sufficient time for them to plan their travel. We also intend to elicit lists of potential invitees from all APEC economies. These lists will include at least two to four candidates per economy for consideration to maximize the likelihood of high representation of economies in the current project. 

For the risk of non-relevance of the content delivered to the participants, it can be mitigated by clear and frequent communication between the event organizer and the keynote speakers/participants. Foci of the project (e.g. gender imbalance in STEM) will be shared with invited speakers very early in the invitation process to ensure the content presented will be appropriate and on the topic. 

Regarding the risk of the project website not achieving the intended outcomes, it is unlikely to occur since the project website’s main purpose is to share information generated during the proposed event. The website address will be shared with all participants well in advance of the event itself; it will be shared or mentioned again during the event to remind participants that all the information could be downloaded from the website.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The project will attempt to address STEM-PLUS educational issues prevalent in the APEC region, specifically regarding the most innovative ways to strengthen STEM-PLUS education in each economy, and the ways to promote women’s participation in STEM-PLUS fields, creating a better and more scientifically literate workforce for the future APEC region. Before the event, participants will be asked to fill out a survey regarding the state of their economy’s STEM-PLUS education and potential issues that they wish to bring forth in the event or problems they wish to discuss with fellow event attendees. The issues raised by the attendees will be compiled and the event program will attempt to integrate them accordingly. After the event, participants will fill out another survey regarding their experience at the event, the quality of the event, and if the event had fulfilled its stated goals or helped them with their issues. Our goal is to attain the following:

1)   Number of lecturers invited 6

2)   Number of female lecturers invited at least 3

3)   Female participation rate at least 40%

4)   Number of participating economies at least 10

5)   Number of best practices shared at least 3

6)   Expected number of website views after launch about 200 or more

The results of the surveys will be analyzed and shared via the project website.

Linkages

This project will strengthen efforts that put science, technology, and innovation at the forefront of economic policy-making and strategic planning through the collaboration with APEC Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) as well as Chief Science Advisors and Equivalents Meeting (CSAE) among others. Materials and results will be made available for all APEC member economies through the project website and HRDWG wiki. Non-APEC stakeholders such as International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) and the Organization of Economic Development Cooperation (OECD) will also be contacted, to promote the exchange among the organizations.

Sustainability

The key to sustainable impact of any project is if participants of the project have gained practical and useful tools or knowledge that they need. In the current project, what is being offered is the invaluable experience and knowledge that participants from all over the APEC region bring to share. The community that may be formed through the intensive three-day event will also sustain the impact of the current project, as participants will continue to exchange information, share knowledge and experience, as well as provide additional support. The continuing efforts by participants in their home economy will also sustain the impact of the current project. What this project has provided is creating at least a seed teacher (per economy) who would bring home the wisdom and connections their colleagues from all over the APEC region had imparted. These know-hows can in turn be shared with their fellow teachers and policymakers alike, creating a ripple effect in the STEM-PLUS education in their respective economy. Anyone interested in STEM-PLUS education may join this informal online community. 

The new community can be sustained with modern technology such as instant messaging and the plethora of options there are available today. Anything members of this newly formed community shared, such as STEM-PLUS related websites, papers, or documents, would be posted on the project website. In this way, the project website will help sustain the new STEM-PLUS community, and with continued funding from the Chinese Taipei Ministry of Education, this online resource may be sustained for two years after the conclusion of the proposed project. At the end of the two-year period, if no additional funding is secured, the website will be taken offline. However, anyone interested in the materials will still be able to contact the PO for these material. 

Also available online are the reports generated for the project such as the summary report. The availability of the report will help those who cannot physically attend the event to access the information shared or generated in Taipei. An informal survey of the participants and the seed teachers will be sent approximately six months after the event to query the impact of the event in various APEC economies. 

The organizers would also like to make this project a long term program such that new participants can be invited and the community of STEM-PLUS education in the APEC region can grow further if provided with the opportunity.

Project Overseers

The project is planned, organized, and hosted by Professor Mei-Hung Chiu of National Taiwan Normal University in Chinese Taipei, with the assistance of the Chinese Taipei Ministry of Education. Professor Chiu and her team has had ample experience hosting international events in the past. In 2017 alone, Professor Chiu played host the Sandra K. Abell Institute for Doctoral Students by NARST (a science education professional organization based in the USA) and the Regional Workshop for a project called “A Global Approach to the Gender Gap in Mathematical and Natural Sciences: How to Measure It, How to Reduce It?”, funded by the International Council for Science (ICSU). Professor Chiu will be the main contact for this proposed project, while an organizational team will be assembled. This team will be consisted of members from Prof. Chiu’s existing staff Provided with sufficient funding from APEC and the Chinese Taipei Ministry of Education, a full-time staff will also be hired to help organize the proposed event, ensuring a successful and fruitful event to come.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

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