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21. learning | 01 Jun 2010
» Many educational theorists and practitioners suggest that an understanding of learning theories can help educators appreciate the role teachers play in the classroom.
22. learning | 09 Mar 2010
Teaching with HEART
» One may express amusement at the thought of the existence of a true correlation between physical appearance and/or demeanour and a student's academic achievement. While it lacks sufficient empirical evidence, the cla...
23. learning | 23 Dec 2010
» If your parents are not rich or politically influential, educational opportunities may be limited. Finely tuned rules may put an end to this practice.
24. learning | 12 Jun 2012
» Electronics industry with exports of 1.6 trillion baht & 200,000 employees, could shrink 50% in 3 years without educational & skill improvements.
25. learning | 09 Feb 2010
In My OPINION
» After reading an article in an International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language ELT (English Language Teaching) management and special interest group newsletter, written by George Pickering, an esta...
26. learning | 18 Aug 2011
» Development monks help their poor communities with economic and educational needs, living examples of why monks still matter.
27. learning | 21 Jan 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 ...
28. learning | 27 Sep 2012
» Silpakorn University International College (SUIC) is proud to offer two Master Degree programs that provide students with international work experience, harmoniously blending knowledge between Thai and international busi...
29. learning | 26 Jan 2010
» Quality educational reforms are on-going processes. In schools, the average length of curricular development lies between one and five years, but national reforms take place about every 10 years.
30. learning | 15 Dec 2010
» Rural Thais have been moving their children to larger schools with higher educational standards which are also less expensive to run for the last 20 years. Is it time to merge some rural schools in remote areas?