Phatra Sae-ting

IMBA 2014 Candidate, Mobile Game Motion Co.,LTD
Taipei, Taiwan

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Phatra Sae-ting
Posted about 2 years ago
Ken Robinson: How to escape education's death valley
I fully agree that "Creativity is a key element in learning process. In fact, I admire American's culture where kids are encourage to be curious and those who bring in innovative idea, business, system later in life doesn't have to be the one who did best in school. I also admire U.S. and many developed countries in a sense that there are so many people who see and realize there's a need to change in education and get involve and make change out of that. In Thailand (where I grew up and where I had my educated in almost entire life) is totally different. Very few schools encourage students' 'creativity' and 'individualist'. They tend to push students into the same direction. If you are different in any sense, it is a teacher's responsibility to find the problem of you being 'different' and it is a very important task for them to make you indifferent. I found that our elementary school's teachers are mostly drop out and wasn't do well in their academic life. I rarely see teachers who really passion in teaching, but somehow end up being a teacher. This is the fundamental problem and we (as a Thai) certainly need an alternative school.
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Phatra Sae-ting
Posted over 3 years ago
Sandra Fisher-Martins: The right to understand
This is the major problem in my country as well. To make people get more literacy require a lot of invest & take sometimes. But everyone do know how much it worth to the world. But the problem is some governments literally don't feel it making any profit for them, or they will even lose their power once people get smarter. So the next issue should be: "How to stop government from corruption?"