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Evaluating the Impact of Technology on Student Learning

Evaluating the impact of innovations in education has long been recognized as a particularly challenging endeavor. In the early 1970s, Gross expressed the opinion that given the complexity of educational environments, in which multiple factors simultaneously influence student outcomes, identifying and measuring the impact of a single innovation was extremely problematic. (Gross et al., 1971) […]

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No room for timidity in education reform

Written by Daniel Maxwell & Peerasit Kamnuansilpa Originally published in Bangkok Post on 23rd July 2015 Those awaiting sweeping educational reforms from the military government were disappointed with last week’s announcement of a new curriculum focused on enhancing students’ understanding of history and their loyalty to the three pillars of Thai ‘society’. Many had been […]

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ASEAN’s international school boom

AFTER years of deliberation, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is now a reality, and with English recognized as the economic bloc’s official language, demand for high quality English language education is expected to boost the region’s international school sector. The nature of international education has shifted significantly over the past two decades, from previously servicing expatriate […]

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Teachers’ Blogs

One important factor which supports students learning is strong communication and collaboration between parents and teachers. In order for parents are kept up-to-date with their child’s studies our EP teachers all have blogs on the internet. These blogs are updated weekly and contain important information about homework, tests, projects and school events. The blogs also […]

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