在教师论坛上，北京师范大学中国基础教育质量监测协同创新中心科学提升部主任林静作为社会性科学议题学习项目（Socio-scientific Issues Learning，SSI-L）发起人，作了“以社会性科学议题促学生素养发展”的专题报告，介绍了利用课程构建和数字化资源，支持科学教师提升教育质量和科学素养评价方式与内容的创新，通过评价促进中小学教学革新等内容。
From November 10 to 11, 2021, the “2021 China-New Zealand Local Education Forum” was held online and offline in Bejing 101 Middle School, Old Summer Palace Campus. More than 20 principles, experts, and teachers from Haidian District and Wellington, New Zealand attended the forum. They exchanged views on the theme of “Energizing Life and Empowering the Future: Cultivating Innovative talents in post-pandemic globally”. In the keynote report, Lu Yunquan, the general principal of Beijing 101 Middle School Education Group, made a speech entitled “Practice and Thinking of Cultivating Innovative Talent in Schools”. He shared the plans, strategies, and results of Beijing 101 Middle School.
At the teacher’s session, Dr. Lin Jing, the director of the Science Improvement Department of China Collaborative Innovation Center of Assessment for Basic Education Quality, as the initiator of Social-scientific Issues Learning (SSI-L), delivered a speech on “Promoting students’ literacy development through Social-scientific Issues Learning”. In the presentation, she introduced ways to improve science teachers’ teaching ability and to stimulate innovation on the content and the evaluation method of science literacy through scientific curriculum design and digital resources. She also mentioned that it would be effective to achieve innovative teaching in primary schools and secondary schools through evaluation.
Zhao Yan, a core member of the SSI-L project in Beijing 101 Middle School, hosted the teachers’ forum. Jia Jingjing, a core member of the SSI-L project and deputy director of International Education Center of Beijing 101 Middle School reported “SSI Curriculum Design and Implementation of Green City”. She introduced how Beijing 101 Middle School trains students to use multidisciplinary knowledge and interdisciplinary content to solve social-scientific issues and to cultivate their ability on cross-cultural communication. She also introduced their experience on encouraging students to solve real-life social problems by using basic scientific knowledge and finally to improve their ability on knowledge transferring and promoting development.
In the post-pandemic period, the world is changing quickly, which put forward new requirements for the development of global education. The above SSI-L project reports struck a chord on both sides. Such academic discussion will empower basic education and stimulate innovative talent training in both countries.