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    Aiming for all-round articulation

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

    » The time for the grand finale of the three-day 1st Thailand World Schools Debating Championship (TWSDC) arrived earlier this month just as the curtain fell on the government-red shirt conflict.


    A gem of a story: Part II

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 11/04/2010

    » This is part two of an exciting story which started last week on this very page. Normally I have no time for readers who miss a week of this column, but if for some unfathomable reason you did, here is a brief synopsis:


    Classroom without tears

    Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 23/03/2010

    » It is almost impossible for working parents to be with their children all the time. As a result, many parents opt to enrol their young children in a day-care facility, a nursery or a pre-kindergarten school. However, being away from their parents and their usual comfort zone at a very young age occasionally causes many children to become uncomfortable and occasionally to burst into tears.


    It's a Nice Day for a white Wedding

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 07/02/2010

    » Last week I attended the wedding in inner-city Bangkok of a former staff member and her long-term boyfriend. I should have been happy, but I wasn't.


    Wild goose chase

    Learningpost, Edward Roy Krishnan, PHD, Published on 05/01/2010

    » According to Peter Airasian, the author of education assessment textbooks, "assessment is the process of collecting, synthesizing and interpreting information to aid classroom decision-making. It includes information gathered about pupils, instruction and classroom climate". I particularly like this definition because it is comprehensive. When taken seriously and applied in schools, this approach to assessment produces a significant difference in the way students learn and continue learning.


    No emissions? No waste? No way!

    Learningpost, David Canavan, Published on 19/01/2010

    » Continuing on the green theme from the last two articles, I have decided to write an article on what I consider to be the future of living and how modern-day buildings can be adapted to become more environmentally friendly.


    Schools without rules

    Outlook, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 21/01/2010

    » Years after selling training equipment to vocational schools and colleges around the country, entrepreneur Boon-anek Maneetham realised he could offer more than just the educational tools; he wanted to provide a new way of learning to young students at a dream school.


    PM: Children must be good people

    Online Reporters, Published on 09/01/2010

    » Children are future of the country, especially at a time that the Thai society needs the smart and good people, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said on Saturday morning.

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