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    Toy & Comic Expo Asia 2010

    Outlook, Published on 28/06/2010

    » After receiving such warm praise for Toy & Comic Expo Asia 2010 in the provinces, the Software Industry Promotion Agency (Sipa) is inviting interested persons to the last leg of the series, to be held at Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok, from July 2 to 9. The previous workshops in Chiang Mai, Phuket, Khon Kaen and Nakhon Ratchasima were attended by many students and entrepreneurs on animation and comic character copyrights.


    Thai youths to join Shell Eco-marathon

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 29/06/2010

    » It is expected that the world will encounter an energy crisis in the very near future. With the innovation of energy-efficient vehicles, the crisis might be eased somewhat.


    Rocky road to success

    Mylife, Jeerasak Lakmuang, Published on 01/07/2010

    » As Thailand is facing a shortage of petroleum geologists, Chevron-CMU jointly offers a summer camp for Mathayom 5 students with an aim to grow awareness and interests in the field.


    Who knows what the future brings?

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 16/05/2010

    » I was interested to read the news of well known fortune teller Mor Krit's sentencing to six months in prison for making a very, very wrong prediction. It's a story far bigger in the Thai press than in the English one.


    Bias in classroom opposed

    News, Published on 03/05/2010

    » Many people feel teachers could best serve students and help lessen tensions in society by acting as role models of neutrality, according to a new poll.


    Learning important lessons in a fun way

    Outlook, Ploenpote Atthakor, Published on 11/03/2010

    » It was a busy day for Kesanee Kodkham, a Grade 8 student at Phya Lor Witthayakom. Her school was the host of the "Buddhism and Science Expo", a fun and spectacular event that combines various fields of knowledge for youths in Thailand.


    Nature is the best teacher

    Mylife, Supawadee Inthawong, Published on 25/02/2010

    » There are several ways to instill a love of nature in the younger generation. One of the more successful methods, with clear and fast results, is to live and learn within nature itself.


    Benefits of teaching grammar

    Learningpost, Timothy Cornwall, PHD, DTM, Published on 09/03/2010

    » I teach based on how I like to be taught. First, I want teachers to use the target language at all times. Next, I want to have extensive listening practice, as this is the skill I need most. Finally, I want to know the tools - the grammar - of the target language.


    Always prepared to learn

    Learningpost, Steve Graham, Published on 06/04/2010

    » Having just returned from a recent conference in Cambodia, this veteran teacher feels fired up and ready for the challenges ahead.


    Children on the margins

    Outlook, Vasana Chinvarakorn, Published on 07/01/2010

    » There is light in the eyes of these children as they laugh. It shines out of the darkness that surrounds them. Under the fluorescent glare, the youngsters are giggling or convulsing with laughter at the performances of their peers. One by one, they take turns staging one-of-a-kind shows - shadow and hand puppetry, a live theatre and singing skit, and even traditional ethnic Shan dances during which some appreciative audience members present the amateur performers with small cash gifts. The memorable night will no doubt be cherished by the youths for years to come. It's a rare opportunity for the 30 stateless children in Chiang Mai to spend three days learning the basics of art and producing this unique "festival" together.

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