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Student Centered Learning – Thailand?A Centre for Education Reform in Thailand Student Centered Learning – Thailand A Centre for Education Reform in Thailand Lesson Planning About SCLT Articles Letters Op Ed Pathway Schools Teacher Training Web Resources Welcome to Student-Centered Learning Thailand 04 Mar Posted by: admin in: Uncategorized Welcome to Student-Centered Learning Thailand LONG LIVE THE KING! Long Live Democracy! Our Mission: To provide a center of discussion , information and planning for 21st Century education reform in Thailand that will lead to a unity of purpose and action among Thai and international educators to realize the goals set forth in the National Education Act of B.E. 2542 (1999). At the heart of this National Education Act B.E. 2542 (1999) is a move toward student-centered learning and a student-centered classroom. Specifically, Section 24 of the Education Act outlines what must be done to improve education performance : 1. arranging learning in line with the students’ interests , aptitudes and individual differences ;2. training students in thinking abilities, especially critical thinking; 3.organizing learning activities that draw from authentic experiences; and 4. promoting situations where learners and teachers learn together. In addition to addressing these key issues of education reform in Thailand , indeed in international education, we also focus our attention and resources on the goal of promoting Thai teachers to reach their potential as skilled teachers using teaching methods that engage their students with the result that students love to learn through self discovery. ??????????????? 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RSS feed for comments on this post Comments are closed. The Situation of Education Budget in Thailand 06 Aug Posted by: admin in: Op Ed, Opinion:Thai education Download (PDF, 18KB) TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post One Response Jack 06|Aug|2016 1 The author has made some important points. It is obvious from her arguments that there is a lot of room for improvement in the Thai educational system. I hope that the reforms the author mentions can reach fruition. I appreciate the authors suggestions in this useful article on the Thai education budget Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI More on Brain-Based Learning 20 Jul Posted by: admin in: articles Download (PDF, 30KB) TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI Has it really been 7 years?!!? 17 Jul Posted by: admin in: Op Ed Download (PDF, 22KB) TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI Artists as Chemists 09 Jun Posted by: admin in: articles Reproduced by permission of the author, Arthur. Download (PDF, 2.45MB) TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI May 2016 Changing the way teachers teach. Is technology the elephant in the classroom? 16 May Posted by: admin in: Op Ed Download (PDF, 158KB) TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI Student Centered Learning – An Organizational Imperative 27 Mar Posted by: admin in: articles Download (PDF, 87KB) TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post 2 Responses Roberto 26|Apr|2016 1 This is a comprehensive and well thought out article. Much appreciate bringing the SCLThailand readership such a view of student centered learning. Kinds regards, Roberto Rahul Thampi 09|May|2016 2 This is a very interesting initiative that we would like to learn more about. We incorporate this learning style at our international school as well. Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI “Declare Education in a State of Emergency”, and Then What? 03 Mar Posted by: admin in: Op Ed By Peter J. Foley, Ed.D., editor-in-chief I am suffering from education reform fatigue. I suspect there are tens of thousands of reform fatigue sufferers here in Thailand who are concerned parents, concerned students and concerned educators. And so, on March 1, 2016, when I read yet another call for education reform article in the Bangkok Post, it was hard not to stifle a yawn, then a sigh, a sigh of resignation. The article is entitled “Declare Education in a State of Emergency.” The authors of the article repeat what so many articles in the Bangkok Post and The Nations newspapers have cried about for the past six years: Thai students’ low international PISA (The Program for International Student Assessment) scores and disastrous O-Net scores. Yet, the article, like all similar calls for reform since SCLThailand’s, founding six years ago is empty on solutions, an empty gas tank. And that goes for the present government’s attempt at reform with its 65 modules to address 33 educational problems nationwide. It is doomed to failure unless the issue of the teacher’s role in Thai society is not addressed first and foremost. As the article indicates, Thai education officials have reached out to Finnish educators to discover what has made Finland one of the highest PISA scorer nations in the world while spending less of its proportional GNP on education than Thailand. The Thai educators must have discovered that Finland’s success was due to its well paced curriculum, effective teacher training programmes and school autonomy and decentralization. Thailand suffers from a strictly hierarchical, top-down management system of course. But even if these needs are addressed in Education Minister Dapong Ratanasuwan’s 65 modules, there remains the essential problem in Thai society and that is the prestige and compensation of Thai teachers. In sum, good teachers, highly esteemed and well paid in Finnish society is the reason for Finland’s public education success. Until Thailand focuses on raising Thai teachers position in Thai society with meaningful teacher standards and subsequent financial and recognition awards, Thai education will continue to languish and disappoint. Thai students, and therefore Thai society, will continue to suffer and its place in the new ASEAN economics will remain problematical. The Thai Minister of Education might want to start real reform with a fund created with big corporations and government support that awards merit pay to outstanding teachers. This would include awards for best teachers in each province of the Kingdom of Thailand. This step would immediately raise the interest of Thailand’s best and brightest university graduates. It is these best and brightest Thais that are so badly needed in Thai classrooms. If the Education Minister initiates such a program, SCL Thailand and Foley’s Coffee will rush to be the first in line to make a contribution. TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post One Response Brett wilkin 03|Mar|2016 1 I understand many of the issues as I taught through these same changes for 25 years in Australia. At least they gave some autonomy to the schools as they decentralised but now the federal government is trying to take control again. In Australia many teachers (not all old) could not deal with the reforms and held on to the teacher centered classrooms with many retiring early due to lack of ability to cope. It took Australia a long time and I see many of the same issues here. Thailand educators are in for a tough ride especially as it also accelerates society change. But in the end there is only one thing worth fighting for and that is education for all. Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI Empty Quality? 28 Jan Posted by: admin in: articles Download (PDF, 62KB) TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI Student-Centered Best Practices 25 Nov Posted by: admin in: Op Ed By Peter J.Foley, Ed.D. , editor-in-chief Dr. Nancy Sulla’s recent article in SCLThailand advocates effectively the need for teachers to pave the way for students to drive their own learning. In the author’s words: “the teacher must be able to differentiate instruction such that each student is working on challenging but achievable objectives.” Coincidentally, as Dr. Sulla’s article appeared in SCLThailand, The Samsung Smart Learning Project was featured in THE NATION ( Monday, November 16, 201). The project, according to staff writer, Pratch Rujivanarom, “has been successfully implemented in Loei to try to encourage students to study what really interests them….” The NATION newspaper article describes how at Phu Kradung Wittayakom School in Loei teachers teach the skills students will need to research and complete projects. The project based model seems to follow at least some of the principles laid down in Professor Sulla article in SCLThailand. It would be very interesting to see if the Samsung supported project in Loei uses the scaffolding methods and essential curriculum tools professor Sulla champions. It is the opinion of SCLThailand that without these essential student centered learning components the Loei project will be doomed for failure. There are also caveats on relying too heavily on technology. As Dr Chanpen Choprapawan, president of the Thailand Research Association for Child and Family Development warned, too much reliance on technology is “not good for students.” Chanpen said that children should learn about the world around them using their five senses—touching, seeing, hearing, smelling and tasting.” It would be well-worth investing in Dr. Sculla’s books to learn how to maintain a proper , balanced learning program using the full range of student centered learning teaching best practices. Dr. Sulla’s book : Students Taking Charge: Inside the Learner-active Technology–infused Classroom is particularly recommended. TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post One Response jack 02|Jan|2016 1 Dr. SULLA IS A GREAT EDUCATOR! Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI Designing Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classrooms for the Creative Economy 07 Nov Posted by: admin in: articles TrackBack URI RSS feed for comments on this post 3 Responses Dr. Nancy Sulla publishes article in Student Centered Learning – Thailand – IDE Corp. 11|Mar|2016 1 […] her article, Designing Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classrooms for the Creative Economy, Dr. Sulla describes the new creative economy and the shift in mindset required to succeed. […] The Many Faces of Problem-Based Learning – IDE Corp. 28|Mar|2016 2 […] foster executive function, and build the kinds of skills students need to succeed in the creative economy. For more information, view my video on The Case for Problem-Based Learning; join our Virtual […] Greetings from ASCD 04|Apr|2016 3 […] Designing Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classrooms for the Creative Economy […] Leave a reply Name (required) E-mail (required, never displayed) URI Previous EntriesNext Page ? Choose Language | ???????????: English ??????? SUBSCRIBE TO SCL THAILAND AND RECEIVE OUR BLOG POSTS AUTOMATICALLY! | ?????????????????? SCLThailand Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner Links ELT Resource-Based Management &Information Sharing Nellie Mae Education Foundation PREM International Center St.Patrick's Society Copyright ? 2016 - Student Centered Learning – Thailand

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