Twenty-first century competencies, broadly speaking, are the skills, attitudes, and knowledge that students need to succeed in school, work, and life. But what practices set the stage for students to develop these competencies?
Find out more from the teachers in Chevron Enjoy Science project. Remember creativity and inspiration are contagious. Pass it on!
The COVID-19 outbreak impacts not only our health, lives and economies, but also the education sector. Consequently, different forms of online learning and collaboration have become the focus of attention in an effort to ensure continuity of learning.
Let’s hear about working solutions that can be adapted to local contexts and implemented quickly from Rayong Polytechnic College led by Director Kittipong who garnered valuable experience with online learning management as well as COVID-19 prevention and control measures.
Every individual is unique with different IQ levels. Some students have the capability of grabbing fast and memorize for long. Others have less picking capacity.
Teachers and parents should not just give up on slow learners as we can change their confident level to start asking questions, analyzing things around them and searching answers on their own through stories related to science.
Educators and parents are sometimes not confident in planning and implementing science activities, even if they have a lot of knowledges in science. The biggest struggle is to introduce science in a way that is appropriate for young children.
Join us and explore ideas on the topic through our research findings and a concrete, hands-on workshop.
Opportunity to learn more about world famous education model from Finland.
To prepare for the workshop, think of questions and real -life pedagogical situations where you would like to learn about the approaches from the Finnish ECE perspective and best practices from Ms. Sylvia Hakari, the Pedagogical Director and Head of teacher training of HEI Schools who has worked in the field of early childhood education for twenty years.
Many thanks to Archan Witoon Soongkitboon or Sensei Pae, best seller book writer who showed us how to ‘Change the difficult lesson to a simple one with one page paper’. This is so amazing.
TOY AS AN EDUCATIONAL TOOL
Meet toy designer family – TAKSA TOYS who has shared the story of each toy and how they develop the children’s skills in the disruption age yet with fun and creativity.
Learn from one of the best.
We are honoured to have teachers from Plearnpattana School who shared with us an enlightening discussion on how they follow their passions and build a learning community through problem-based learning projects to support their students’ competency in this digital age.
The Teachers’ Council of Thailand and Worlddidac Asia proudly presented the first session of Online Academy – Inspiration Matters with inspiring talks by Idol Teachers. Learn how they develop students’ competency, and measurement towards the New Normal.
Our team would like to thank Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chailerd Pichitpornchai, M.D., Director of Institute for Innovative Learning, Mahidol University, who is specialized for cognitive neuroscience in learning and memory using Event-Related Potential.
We believe everyone of us enjoyed his lesson as we do not only understand our own learning style but also develop the logical thinking in the meantime.
Our team would like to thank Teacher Bee Sasiwimon Sukonrat from Hatyai Technical College who has shared how learn English with songs as well as techniques using cutting-edge technology such as Podcast and Flipgrid in teaching English in the digital age.
The fist session of our Adopting Best Practices with Mr. Goh Boon Leong, an education guru who has extensive teaching experience in working with both private and public educational institutes in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
As we know, the first step of getting into digital world is creating a digital mindset! It is exciting to learn from his session benefit from this crisis and bring the best out of every student!
Thinking of Trigonometry, Thinking of Games!
Asia Didac Online Workshop Academy would like to extend our appreciation to Dr. Naraphol Deechuay from King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi for sharing ‘Learn to code by making games’. Now we know what kind of classroom promotes students’ learning. We also learn how to engage students by making games starting from a simple game to a more challenging one!
Many thanks to Assoc. Professor Dr. Surapon Boonlue from KMUTT, an AECT Presidential awarded teacher who has shared with us how to use ‘Moodle’ for vocational education management.
As we know, education now has changed – we can learn from anytime anywhere from any tool so we have to prepare our student for a lifelong learning. In his session, we can use Moodle in learning and teaching management by creating our own online academic school or online class in our specialized field.
Enjoy watching this VDO and create your own class. Should you like to have English subtitle, please go to setting on the top right and select caption ‘Thai’.
Worlddidac Asia team would like to thank Dr. Vorasuang Duangchinda and his coach team from Sripatum University for sharing how to create amazing design by Canva App.
Link to register Canva and get 1 Credit: http://bit.ly/canva_regis
Slides during workshop: https://bit.ly/39uKpjQ
Worlddidac Asia team would like to thank Dr. Chutiwat Suwatthipong, from Sukhothai Thamathirat Open University, an expert in digital learning who shared his fun experience using digital tools to evaluate student performance!
Dr. Chutiwat together with his fellow teachers have kindly shared many innovative digital tools for classroom which foster responsibility, relationships, and fun. Click here to start learning about them!