Student Centered Learning – Thailand

A Centre for Education Reform in Thailand

Articles

Each of our Contributing Editors and other guests will publish interesting articles on their respective fields of expertise.

Arthur Eisenkraft

Artists as Chemists

Reproduced by permission of the author, Arthur ...
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An education for the 21st Century

IB : An education for the 21st Century by Lister W. Hannah We realise that we are living in a ...
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Jian Shi

Higher Education in China: With Sichuan University as a Case

As we have discussed in our previous paper, Chinese higher education in its development has been closely tied up with ...
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The Start Of SCLTHAILAND’S Fifth Year and Suggestions for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-0-Cha

By  Peter J. Foley, Ed.D., editor–in-chief As we start our fifth year of publishing SCLThailand, we reflect on the ingenuity ...
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Managing M Exchange

Porntip Kanjananiyot Chotima Chaitiamwong Thailand-United States Educational Foundation (TUSEF/Fulbright Thailand) Tusef@fulbrightthai.org Abstract Student exchange remains an effective mechanism for education ...
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Higher Education in China: With Sichuan University as a Case

Jian Shi - Xin Wang[1] China now is undergoing speedy changes, and, along with the changes, the progress and development ...
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Do You Understand?

DO YOU UNDERSTAND? Ms Ellen Cornish and Dr Don Jordan ‘The biggest communication problem is we don’t listen to understand, ...
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November 2014 – the Situational Approach

Jurgen Zimmer, in this month’s article, “The Situational Approach in Didactics of Higher Education” makes a solid case for progressive education ...
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THE SITUATIONAL APPROACH IN THE DIDACTICS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

by Jürgen Zimmer Thirteen Theses and Commentaries THE SITUATIONAL APPROACH: IN A NUTSHELL The situational approach has its origins in ...
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Enhancing Education Through Relationships

by Tyler Belanga Over the course of the last two years, I served as a Teaching Fellow with Citizen Schools, ...
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Five Powerful Questions:

FIVE POWERFUL QUESTIONS A TEACHER CAN ASK TO PROMOTE STUDENT THINKING IN THE CLASSROOM From Edutopia How do you ask ...
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Student Center Learning Debate: Common Core vs Balanced Literacy

Student Center Learning Debate: Common Core vs Balanced Literacy By Peter J. Foley, Ed.D. The purpose of this article is ...
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Graduate of the Year

THE CASE FOR GIRLS’ EDUCATION : A Call for Help Peter J. Foley, Ed.D. , editor in chief This month ...
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Brain Based Teaching: KISS

Brain Based Teaching: KISS by Peter J. Foley, Ed.D. David Sousa – “Lecture continues to be the most prevalent model ...
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Authentic Learning

Authentic Learning..... from the dictionary: learning that is genuine, real, not false or copied...                              from latin: Original., primary, at ...
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In Education, what do we mean by success?

This month we are pleased to present an article by Mr Wichian Chaiyabang, Headmaster of Lamplaimat Patana School [LPMP] in ...
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The Secret to Developing English Skills?

The results of research are speaking loud and clear: Thai are having a lot of trouble speaking English. Thailand is ...
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Is a Text just a Text?

Is a Text just a Text? Dr Don W Jordan and Ms Ellen Cornish This article by two of our ...
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Thailand’s Education System Should Provide Bilingual Education

by Bandhit Samtalee, M.Ed Former Deputy Dean Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences,  Yala Rajabhat University The local dialects throughout ...
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MOM’S WAY

MOM’S WAY TO SUCCESSFUL STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING: THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING AND IN RESEARCH By Peter J. Foley, ...
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Student Self-Assessment: what I ask myself

Ms Ellen Cornish and Dr Don W Jordan This article by two of our regular contributors, Ms Ellen Cornish and ...
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Principals Be[a]ware

Principals Be[a]ware!: Student centered learning also requires teacher centered learning and it must permeate every aspect of schooling, even discipline! ...
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A Little Diary from the School for Life – Part II

Prof. em. Dr. Jürgen Zimmer A LITTLE DIARY FROM THE SCHOOL FOR LIFE - PART II 26th July to 13th ...
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A Little Diary from the School for Life

Prof. em. Dr. Jürgen Zimmer A LITTLE DIARY FROM THE School for Life – PART I 14th February to 15th ...
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Talk Less, Teach More! Nonverbal Classroom Management (part 2)

TALK LESS. TEACH MORE! NONVERBAL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT   You are ALWAYS communicating! Let’s take a look at what nonverbal communication ...
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Talk Less, Teach More! Nonverbal Classroom Management (part 1)

TALK LESS. TEACH MORE! NONVERBAL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT The nonverbal classroom management techniques that I will introduce to you in this ...
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Expanding the 5E Model

Sometimes a current model must be amended to maintain its value after new information, insights, and knowledge have been gathered ...
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Sandy Hook and the ‘Abandoned Gunman’

Sandy Hook and the ‘Abandoned Gunman’ … by Kru Dhon After shooting his mother at home, Adam Lanza, 20, passed ...
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Concept Mapping in a Child Centred Classroom

Concept Mapping in a Child Centred Classroom By Dr Don W Jordan and Ms Ellen Cornish Dr Don Jordan and ...
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Learning In The Market

Learning in the Market   by Professor Jurgen Zimmer Learning in the market means learning amidst insecurity. In every business ...
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Melvin Freestone B.A., B.A.(Mod), M.A., H.Dip.Ed., M.Sc. Consultant for Educational and Community Development Overview Educated at University of Dublin, Trinity ...
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Questions….Questions….Questions – Part 3

Part 3 Questions and Teaching By Melvin Freestone, September 2012. The role of teachers in ‘learner led’ education shifts to ...
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Questions….Questions….Questions – Part 1

Part 1 Questions and Learning By Melvin Freestone, September 2012. Generative questions are gateways to inquiry, focus questions shape learning ...
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Questions….Questions….Questions – Part 2

Part 2 Questions and Direction By Melvin Freestone, September 2012. The world is full of talk about where education needs ...
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A Teaching Assessment With an Eye on Student Centered Learning Methodologies

A TEACHING ASSESSMENT WITH AN EYE ON STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING METHODOLOGIES By Peter J. Foley, Ed.D. Educators continue to wrestle ...
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What Should be Taught to Our Children in the 21st Century: A Student Centered Learning Approach. By Peter J. Foley, Ed.D.

To paraphrase U.S. President Bill Clinton’s famous election mantra “it’s the economy, stupid”, my answer to what should be taught ...
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What can this student say, write, or create to show me they understand what they have been learning?

Assessing Student Learning This article by two of our regular contributors, Ms Ellen Cornish and Dr Don Jordan, contributes to ...
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Student Centered Learning: The Healing Classroom

  Student- Centered Learning Pathways in Thailand and Around the World The Jalozai Refugee Camp in Pershawar, Pakistan: the IRC's ...
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High Performing Schools: What’s the secret?

All around the world, countries are trying to get better performance from schools and school systems. Thailand is no exception ...
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Teaching for Understanding : Article 1

Teaching for Understanding An Introduction for Thai teachers Shifting the Educational Paradigm  to Student Centered Teaching and Learning Article:1 By ...
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Can teacher directed and child centred classrooms co-exist?

Can teacher directed and child centred classrooms co-exist? Dr Don W Jordan and Ms Ellen Cornish Is direct teaching rote ...
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Inquiry into Science Inquiry

Inquiry into Science Inquiry By John R. Stiles, Ph.D. Science Education consultant Bangkok jsscience@yahoo.com For at least the past three ...
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Student Centered Learning: A Case for Integrated Learning Classrooms

Ms Ellen Cornish and Dr Don W Jordan Our classroom experience has shown us that the many benefits of moving ...
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Student-Centered Learning: Demystifying the Myth

OUR FEATURE ARTICLE FOR JULY 2011: STUDENT-CENTERED LEARNING: DEMYSTIFYING THE MYTH Chutima Thamraksa Teacher-centered or teacher-direct orientation has long been ...
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Student Centered Learning: What does it mean for Students and Lecturers?

OUR FEATURE ARTICLE FOR August 2011: Student-centred learning: What does it mean for students and lecturers? Tim McMahon Geraldine O’Neill ...
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