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    Stimuli for creativity

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 16/11/2010

    » According to the Cone of Experience by Edgar Dale, persons can remember 10 percent of what they read, 20 percent of what they hear, 50 percent of what they hear and see, 70 percent of what they say, and 90 percent of what they say and do.

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    Power Green grooms young minds

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 16/11/2010

    » At the Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies (Fers), Mahidol University (MU), a group of Mathayom 5 (Grade 11) students examined soil samples collected from various sources and used science kits to determine the trace amounts of ammonia, nitrate and phosphorus in the soil.

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    Positive discipline

    Learningpost, Published on 16/11/2010

    » It will be a full-moon night again on Nov 21, and Thais around the country will be out in full force to celebrate the traditional festival to express appreciation for rivers. For some teachers, this occasion could be used to help their children to learn about positive discipline in very effective ways. Although many teachers provide positive discipline activities for their students, incidents still occur in schools that reveal that students are beaten, abused and violated.

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    Vocabulary-and-reader relationship

    Learningpost, Timothy Cornwall, PHD, DTM, Published on 16/11/2010

    » Much of the difficulty experienced in learning a new word comes from the relationship between that word and the person trying to learn it.

  • LEARNING

    English as a second language?

    Learningpost, Steve Graham, Published on 16/11/2010

    » A recent subcommittee on education standards development has urged the government to announce English as its second language.

  • LEARNING

    Chinese keen on Thai studies

    Learningpost, Published on 16/11/2010

    » It's well known to the world that the Chinese economy is growing by leaps and bounds. One by-product of this financial success has been the recent long march of Chinese students towards international educational destinations. But less understood, perhaps, is the fact that Thailand's higher learning system earns high marks in the Middle Kingdom, and it is now a popular choice for many young Chinese seeking a study-abroad experience.

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    Lesson from a cosmetologist

    Learningpost, Edward Roy Krishnan, PHD, Published on 16/11/2010

    » Techniques to improve teaching can be learned from a myriad of simple life experiences gained through interactions with people in non-teaching professions.

  • LEARNING

    Nationalism gone awry?

    Learningpost, Published on 16/11/2010

    » What are we going to call English in Thailand, and on what basis?

  • LEARNING

    The future

    Learningpost, David Canavan, Published on 16/11/2010

    » Pupils at my school recently put on an assembly about the past, telling their peers and parents what the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s were like. The information presented included coverage of atomic bombs, racism, music, trends and sport. One of the things they mentioned was that people used to watch movies on a VCR (videocassette recorder) and that you could use it to record songs and videos! It started me thinking about what has changed over the course of not only my life, but theirs, too. Most of the pupils in the performance were born in 1999, and since then, the mobile phone has become a hand-held computer, and something the size of a fat credit card can hold thousands of songs.

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    Mighty helpful

    Learningpost, Heather Vlach, Published on 16/11/2010

    » Both "may" and "might" are words that have the same overall meaning: indicating that something is possible. As a result, this can generate the valid question of how and when to use each appropriately.

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