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  1. 91. learning | 10 Dec 2010

    Only Happy Schools Produce Well Rounded Leaders

    By Dr. Virachai Techavijit

    » Problems of Basic Education Quality

  2. 92. learning | 07 Dec 2010

    New leaders, new weapons

    Easy English news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Democracy education, not ping pong bombs or giant firecrackers, is the weapon of choice of the new red-shirt leaders.

  3. 93. learning | 01 Dec 2010

    Reinvigorating vocational education

    About work

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Skilled manual workers are essential to quality worksmanship is in several industries. Vocational insititutions are failing to attract and prepare students for these roles in Thailand's economy.

  4. 94. learning | 30 Nov 2010

    Preserving language diversity


    By Daniel Calderbank, Newspaper section: Learningpost

    » The power of language to save and improve lives was a key theme at a recent Bangkok conference on language, education and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

  5. 95. learning | 16 Nov 2010

    English as a second language?


    By Steve Graham, Newspaper section: Learningpost

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

  6. 96. learning | 11 Nov 2010

    Exploring a new Diverse Experience

    By Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Newspaper section: Mylife

    » A good education can make a difference in a child's life. It's also fundamental in preparing them to become effective members of society.

  7. 97. learning | 02 Nov 2010

    Something to fight for


    By Steve Graham, Newspaper section: Mylife

    » Part of the problem is the lack of respect that vocational education receives around the world.

  8. 98. learning | 02 Nov 2010

    Do it sooner and do it better


    Newspaper section: Mylife

    » Early experiences form the foundation for healthy, intelligent and meaningful social interactions in life. All children have the right to be raised in a family and to have access to quality health care, good nutrition, e...

  9. 99. learning | 12 Oct 2010

    Special Education


    By Arusa Pisuthipan, Newspaper section: Outlook

    » Children with special needs have usually been perceived as those born with abnormalities. But Paweeporn Srivisart thinks otherwise.

  10. 100. learning | 05 Oct 2010

    Neuroscience and Education

    Newspaper section: Learningpost

    » In the past, it was believed that children were born with preset neurons that were inherited from their parents. For instance, if the parents were good at mathematics, it was believed that the children, too, would automa...

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