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  1. Teaching technology

    Teaching technology

    10 Dec 2014 : In a time when the young generation are enthusiastic about social media, Chao Suwanchol has turned his social network craze into a passion for learning.

  2. Come clean on graduate jobs rate, unis told

    27 Oct 2014 : Universities have been asked to disclose graduate employment rates for fields of study as they launch recruitment drives, to better align supply of graduates with market demand.

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  1. Wake-up call to preserve our planet

    UNESCO

    Wake-up call to preserve our planet

    05 Oct 2010 : Biodiversity is life. Biodiversity is our life. This was what United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stated at the start of this year's International Year of Biodiversity.

  2. THE WRITE Stuff!

    He said, she said: Learning dialogue basics

    05 Oct 2010 : Inserting dialogue into a writing piece is a great way to move a story along, or to reveal something about a character. Today, we are going to learn some of the basic structural issues of conventional dialogue, saving the punctuation rules of dialogue for next time.

  3. The forgotten kingdom

    THE CHINGCHOK Hunter

    The forgotten kingdom

    05 Oct 2010 : Fungi are a separate kingdom to plants and animals. They have unique features that are as complex and diverse as those of any plant or animal.

  4. Dying to get in

    Dying to get in

    03 Oct 2010 : It's been a difficult week for your correspondent.

  5. Teaching in the mother tongue

    Teaching in the mother tongue

    03 Oct 2010 : Waeyousoh Sama-ali started his career in education in 1964 in a remote village of Pattani, assigned to teach at the kindergarten level. The education system at that time was heavily influenced by the nationalistic policies put in place by Field Marshal Plaek Phibulsonggram in 1941, as well as the 1961 Education Act passed during the regime of Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat.

  6. Hey you, Farang! Accuse me

    Hey you, Farang! Accuse me

    26 Sep 2010 : 'Hey you. You." The voice comes from behind, and I turn around to see a young man leaning lackadaisically against his taxi. "Where you go? I take you!" he adds, and he now breaks into a grin, revealing an even shade of yellow on his nicotine-stained teeth.

  7. Developing civil responsibilities

    Developing civil responsibilities

    21 Sep 2010 : Recently, Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU), in collaboration with the Association of Social Studies Teachers of Thailand (ASSTT), hosted a conference under the topic "Roles of Social Studies Teachers in the Production of Good Citizens". Hundreds of academics attended the event, at which Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva delivered the keynote speech.

  8. HRH Princess Sirindhorn joins AIT Hall of Fame

    21 Sep 2010 : Earlier this month, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presided over the ceremony to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).

  9. Textbooks: Blueprint or just guidelines

    Textbooks: Blueprint or just guidelines

    21 Sep 2010 : While teachers should not be a slave to a textbook, meaning that it is okay to skip some parts in a lesson they feel are not needed, are too easy or too difficult, or are just something they do not like, there is still a strong need to follow the book from unit to unit.

  10. YOUTH CARE

    Let's talk about sexuality

    21 Sep 2010 : According to a Durex poll released last year, 79 percent of the respondents, who were young Thais, disclosed that they could not find places where they could seek advice on sexual issues.

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