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1. learning | 15 Jun 2010
» 'Pat, pat, pat," a trainee-farmer called out, directing his buffalo to turn right. Harnessed with a traditional rope, yoke and plough, the buffalo dutifully turned right without the slightest hesitation and continued...
2. learning | 15 Jun 2010
» Learning new vocabulary is a challenging task that is further complicated when habits that students use to take an unknown word from passive use to active use are not effective.
3. learning | 15 Jun 2010
LESSONS FOR LIFE
» Recently, Charoen Pokphand Group's chairman and CEO Dhanin Chearavanont appeared at Concordian International School in Bangkok to preside over the graduation ceremony of Grade 12 (Mathayom 6) students. The topic of h...
4. learning | 15 Jun 2010
IN MY OPINION
» A new semester and a new set of students, and I am wondering whether my introductory speeches explaining that plagiarism and copying are not welcome in the classroom will be adhered to.
5. learning | 15 Jun 2010
TEACHING WITH HEART
» While it does not always provide specific tools to improve one's life, psychology does help to create and increase awareness of factors that cultivate an effective and broad range of habits, attitudes and perspective...
6. learning | 15 Jun 2010
» Recently, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University (HCU) was awarded the third prize in the 2nd National Best Practice of the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy Contest (Sufficiency Economy Contest) in the Large Businesses cate...
7. learning | 15 Jun 2010
THE CHINGCHOK Hunter
» I'm sure we are all familiar with how dangerous bullets are, especially in light of the recent civil unrest in Bangkok. Weapons and bullets are designed to maim and kill. The mechanics of how deadly projectiles work ...
8. learning | 15 Jun 2010
» Grammar is usually all well and good (meaning it is generally okay), but it can possess some shortcomings when uncertainty arises over whether to use "well" or "good" in speaking and writing.