Steve's Quartlery Update
Welcome %PERS_NAME%! It has been three months since I last contacted you, so the website has been updated to reflect what has been happening on the education front in Thailand.
The Self Access Center is starting to take shape and a pilot course has started for primary school teachers of English at Bantatprachanukoon School in Banphue District, Udon Thani.
Some new resources have been added and there is now an opportunity to acquire free English language books for not-for-profit organisations as well as government schools with libraries.
Please feel free to contact me about any areas of English language learning, teaching and management that you care to discuss.
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Every month there will be articles concerning all the latest developments in education reforms in the news.
The focus will be on Thailand and S.E. Asia; however, anything that has an impact on education in this region will be analysed and published.
Subjects covered so far include the use of telephone watches to cheat in examinations, free laptop computers for students and the increasing of the retirement age for teachers.
Anyone with news items or comments that they think are relevant are welcome to forward them to me and I will do my best to reply to all correspondence.
Steve Graham is an English language teacher at the Language Center, Udon Thani Rajabhat University. This university is in the north-east of Thailand; an area which is predominantly agricultural, where English language education is not in the forefront of people’s minds.
As well as teaching English, Steve has been writing a regular weekly column in the Education Section of the Bangkok Post for over a year.
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