The project will promote a sense of digital citizenship and equip Thai youth with tools and skills to effectively navigate and engage in the growing and evolving digital community. To do so, the project will deliver training to selected youth leaders, who will then work with Kenan to co-facilitate regional
Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Ltd. (April 2015-April 2020)
The Chevron Enjoy Science project is one of the world’s largest ever education focused public-private-partnerships, and has been designed to accelerate efforts to create an inclusive, sustainable education system in support of transforming Thailand into a high income nation. Partnering
Microsoft (November 2015-December 2016)
Seeking to improve the employment prospects of young adults in Bangkok and Hanoi, the Microsoft Techspert project builds the technical capacity of vocational school students in those two cities, preparing them for a successful technology retail career.
With assistance from Microsoft “Brand Ambassadors,” Kenan experts
Chevron January 2013 December 2016
Seeking to increase the number of Thai students studying math and science in schools throughout Thailand’s Songkhla and Nakhon Si Thammarat provinces, Chevron, Thailand and Kenan launched the Chevron Inquiry-based Classroom Reasoning for Experiential and Active Science Education (Chevron INCREASE I) in 2013.
Caltex (Chevron Thailand) (January 2014-December 2016)
Seeking to improve youth employment prospects by fostering critical thinking among Thai middle school students, Caltex joined Kenan in 2014 to create the Caltex Fuel Your School project.
For the third consecutive year, Caltex and Kenan have teamed up to lead the Caltex Fuel
Boeing Corporation January (2010-current day)
Since 2010, Boeing and Kenan have worked together on the Boeing TEL project that supports the development of teachers through training on innovative pedagogies and information and communications technology (ICT).
During Boeing TEL professional development workshops, math and science teachers learn to maximize the
National Science Technology and Innovation Policy Office (STI) (June 2014-November 2014)
Funded by the National Science Technology and Innovation Office (STI), Kenan, in collaboration with the Teacher’s College, conducted a study and developed a seminal white paper to recommend policies and public private partnership programs for strengthening science, technology, engineering,
Chevron (June 2014-October 2014)
Kenan partnered with Chevron to conduct a study that examined the vocational education and industry needs in Thailand. The project was designed to strengthen Thailand’s economic competitiveness through sustainable community capabilities enhancement in order to help them have better access to economic development opportunities, improve their
Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST) (December 2010-February 2014)
Tens of thousands of Thai students benefited from improved mathematics and science classes with the conclusion of UPGRADE, a three-year project designed to replace ineffective rote memorization teaching techniques with modern pedagogical methods that encourage curiosity and
Microsoft Corporation (May 2009-April 2013)
Kenan completed one of its most informal education initiatives in 2013 with the end of Microsoft BETTER and Microsoft E-BETTER. The projects, whose name stands for Building Employability through Technology and Entrepreneurship Resources, were part of a nationwide ICT skills training program targeted at disadvantaged,