Nguyen Thai Anh is a 25-year-old freelancer in Yen Pong, a rural district in the Bac Ninh province, Vietnam. He has his sights set on expanding his family’s business and perhaps taking it over one day. In a resourceful pursuit towards this goal, he found the Young Southeast Asian Leaders
What, exactly, sparks into being our love of learning? Is it our sense of touch? Holding a test tube while seeing the colorless solution slowly turn a deep yellow? Our sight, then? What is it that pulls us through the array of information to be memorized, and bring in its
Chatter and movement, culminating in an excited echoing noise in the room. Perhaps an uncommon response from a teacher with thirty-plus students in an eighth grade chemistry class, but to Mr. Sittipong Tummuthit, this is a good thing. This is the energy he strives for in the classroom. Into his
One of the things that Boost with Facebook has given great importance to is to provide people from different backgrounds access to training to build their digital marketing skills, for example, disabled people, LGBT, the elderly, low income, or other marginalized groups. Khun Yosanat is one of these inspirational
Ratchaprachanukhro 45 School in Kanchanaburi is a school for disadvantaged students. Many lack financial resources and teaching support, making it challenging for students to fully immerse themselves in the learning experience and to have confidence in themselves as learners.
Ms. Deethana Yamwong, a math teacher at the school said,
“Science is a subject that requires a lot of memorization; if I always teach in the same manner, asking students to recite content, it would be very boring,” said Ms. Chompoonuch Rimnongruea, a science teacher at Ratchaprachanukroh 51 School, Buriram. Though Ms. Chompoonuch’s comment speaks to a desire for
“Because students come from different backgrounds and have different abilities, teachers have to constantly adjust their teaching style to the students,” remarked Mr. Pattanapong Boonsil, a mathematics teacher at Ratchaprachanukroh School 47, Phetchaburi.
Mr. Pattanapong has served as a public school teacher for more than 10 years. Growing up
“Getting out of the classroom and engaging in learning activities gives students the opportunity to integrate knowledge from many different subjects, while using different skills. Students become excited and are eager to learn more things,” said Ms. Jirawan Nachai, a math teacher at Ratchaprachanukroh 23 School, Phitsanulok.
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