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We recently posted an article which describes the distance education program between Sa Nguan Ying School in Suphanburi, Thailand, and Lodi High School in Lodi, Wisconsin, USA. One of the great things about that program is the distance teaching of two teachers from each of the schools and also the contact between students in both […]


Distance Learning between a Thai High School and an American High School. From the Lodi Enterprise e News [Wisconsin, USA] Tale of two schools Learning goes global in Lodi pilot program   Lodi students greet Thai teacher Karnteera “Tuke” Ingkhaninan via Skype before she shows them how to make beef curry as part of an […]


AN OUTSTANDING PATHWAY SCHOOL: THE BANKSTREET SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN, PART OF THE BANK STREET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION By Peter J. Foley, Ed.D. ( reporting from New York City, February 2012) If you are fortunate enough to study at the Bank Street College Graduate School of Education or even to   visit the Bankstreet School for […]


    Main Secondary School Building According  to a report issued by the  Asian Development Bank in 2008 , Thailand has 16 demonstration schools.   Universities offering degrees in education established these schools to act as models of best practices for schools throughout the Kingdom of Thailand.  Demonstration schools are intended to foster creativity and self […]

School for Life


Pathway School #1 THE SCHOOL FOR LIFE   Location:  Chiangmai This school was chosen because of its joining of Thai Ministry of Education required curriculum with a vocational curriculum the co-founder , Professor Dr. Jurgen Zimmer, calls the seven excellences. These seven excellences are practical vocational learning opportunities that teachers at the school for life […]

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