QLF and networks are cooperated to organize a workshop “Learning Management Plan for Occupations” to support provinces’ ability in education management for preparing the readiness to children in occupations and conforming to economic development of the country in long term.
Thailand has encountered the same problem as many other countries which is the challenge of helping to bring all children in to the educational system as well as prevent students from dropping out. Discover number of […]
AMID a reduction in the amount of time Thai teachers spent on non-teaching activities last year. They hoped the number of days spent on non-teaching activities would come down to 35-40 days this year.
Career academic and multi-sectoral partnerships in education management are seen as the main criteria for the reform of the education system, and also key factors for the country’s economic development.
Kids like playing with toys and games, as we know. And this has led people to think about turning books into toys and games so that children can play and learn. Inspired by that idea five or six years ago, Somsong Naulsnit, a teacher from Wat Koh Daeng School in Prachin Buri, has provided many activities that include books or the content in books as part of her students’ toys and games since then.
The education system is failing in properly equipping juveniles to join the job market, as six out of 10 only complete at most a higher secondary or vocational education, a seminar heard.
“The scores of the programme for international student assessment (PISA) are low, and they have not shown improvement. Thailand can perform better by taking important steps without allocating significantly more funds and is not that difficult to do”, Tom said. “The problem is the amount of time allocated to science” and therefore the lack of motivation of students