October 19, 2018

USC Rossier Global EDD 2014

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The Global Executive Ed.D. program is a first-of-its-kind program designed to meet the needs of senior leaders

in education by providing them with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the 21st century.

 

You are invited to attend the following event:

The Doctor of Education: ‘Flipping’ the Classroom for Leaders and Decision-Makers in Education

 

Date: March 1st, 2014
Grand Hyatt
Time: 6:30-8:00pm (ICT)
494 Rajdamri Road
Bangkok, Thailand, 10330

 

This presentation will provide an overview of the USC Rossier School of Education’s innovative approach to professional doctoral education. The session examines the leadership-focused Global Executive Ed.D. program, which combines cutting-edge pedagogies and scholarship from around the world with an innovative format. This first-of-its-kind program re-envisions the doctorate in ways that make it more relevant to managers and leaders in education, and accessible to anyone anywhere.

Please join Professor Rob Filback from the USC Rossier School of Education for this event.

We hope you can attend!

 

Sincerely,

Nadine Singh, Ed.D.

Director, Global Executive Ed.D.

 

Link to Register:

https://uscge.askadmissions.net/Portal/EI/ViewDetails?gid=623577eec2d424357d4531b6368bb5f7bbeaa5

Attachments Download :

USC Rossier Global EDD Annoucement for Bangkok 2014

 

GED: Co-Innovation for Social and Economic growth 2014

 

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GLOBAL EDUCATION DIALOGUES :

The East Asia Series ” Co-innovation for social and economic growth ” on  13-14 February 2014 Pullman  Arcadia Phuket Hotel , Phuket , Thailand.

British Council Thailand , in partnership with Research and Researchers for Industries (RRI) , The Thailand Research Fund , as part of the Global Education Dialogues : The East Asia Series , Forging the future of higher education ,
is organising a conference on ” Co-innovation for social and economic growth.”

The conference will consider the ‘Triple Helix’ approach and explore how academic research can work with industry , entrepreneurs and government to find innovative ways to collaborate.
The speakers includes :
*  Prof. Richard B Davies , Vice- Chancellor , Swansea University
*  Mr. Terry Pollard , Associate Consultant , ISIS Innovation , Oxford University
*  Dr. Yong – Chie Heng , Dean of Research and Development , National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
*  Prof. Dr. Chachanat Thebtaranonth , Senior Advisor , Research and Researchers for Industries Programme (RRi ) , The Thailand Research Fund

For further information , please contact :
Ms. Sarita Suwannarat , Manager Eucation
Email : Sarita.Suwannarat@britishcouncil.or.th
Tel : +66(0) 2 657 5678

Free admission 
For online registration :  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GED_Phuket

Attachments Download :

Final Ad.jpg

The East Asia Series Global Education Dialogues 2013-2014.pdf

Provisional Programme External.pdf

 

The 6th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme

The 6th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme was held in Chiang Rai, Thailand, from 22 to 23 November 2013. The Meeting was hosted with generous hospitality by Mae Fah Luang University. The participants of the Review Meeting included delegates from the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia; the Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia; the Office of the Higher Education Commission, Thailand; the Commission on Higher Education, the Philippines; the Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam; the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan; and representatives from participating universities in all member countries.

As the AIMS Programme has rapidly expanded to include 7 member countries, 7 study fields and 59 participating universities throughout the region, the Meeting presented an important step towards enhancing and strengthening bilateral and multilateral cooperation among participants to benefit student mobility and contributed towards the development of networks and partnerships necessary for building a sustainable future for AIMS. In particular, the Meeting sought to encourage participants to discuss programme development and consult together on mechanisms to facilitate student exchange in the region.

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Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds

SEARCA , in partnership with the Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN),  announces its “Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia”, which will be held on 15-18 October 2013  at SEARCA, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines. The training-workshop is intended for Southeast Asian researchers, policy advisers, program planners and decision-makers in government, civil society, and people’s and private organizations who are concerned with policy, program development, and initiatives on climate change adaptation toward food and environmental security. Please also share this announcement with your colleagues who may be interested.

20.9.2013

ANNOUNCEMENT

Limited Slots for Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia

15-18 October 2013

Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), College, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines

The Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) and Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN) are pleased to announce the availability of limited slots for self-supported participation in the “Training-Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation in Watersheds for Water, Food, and Environmental Security in Southeast Asia” on 15-18 October 2013 at SEARCA, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.

 

The training-workshop is intended for Southeast Asian researchers, policy advisers, program planners and decision-makers in government, civil society, and people’s and private organizations who are concerned with policy, program development, and initiatives on climate change adaptation toward food and environmental security. It aims to enable these participants to:

1) understand the issues and challenges in watershed management in a changing climate in relation to water, food and environmental security;

2) analyze gaps toward sustainable watersheds in a changing climate for water, food, and environmental security; and

3) draw up an agenda for action towards sustainable watersheds for water, food and environmental security in a changing climate within their work contexts, be it in research, teaching, action programs and practices, and policies.

 

Interested qualified participants need to have their own support for their international travel, plus USD500 for full board and lodging, airport transfers, fieldtrip support and training-workshop materials, or otherwise coordinate with organizers regarding own or optional cost-saving arrangements for airport transfers, accommodation, and meals.

 

Qualified participants will be accepted on a first come-first-served basis. Please email your expression of interest for reservation of the limited slots.  For more information, please see the attached training-workshop flyer. Inquiries and accomplished application forms should be addressed by or before 30 September 2013 to:

 

Ms. Nova A. Ramos or Ms. Rosario B. Bantayan

Program Specialists

Knowledge Management Department

SEARCA, College, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines

Tel/fax: +63 2 536 2283

nea@agri.searca.org / nearamos@gmail.com

or

rbb@agri.searca.org / kimbantayan@yahoo.com

Photocontest-2013

Attachments Download :

CCA in Watersheds Announcement.pdf

CCA in Watersheds Flyer.pdf

 

 

 

SEAMEO SEARCA Photo Contest 2013

Photocontest-2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

Southeast Asia in the Quest for Food Security

DEADLINE OF ENTRIES
31 OCT 2013  (24:00 GMT +8:00)

First Place
 USD 500
Second Place
 USD 300
Third Place
 USD 200
People’s Choice
 USD 100
  • The photo contest is open to all Southeast Asian nationals except SEARCA employees and immediate family members.
  • The photo contest centers on the theme:
    Southeast Asia in the Quest for Food Security.”
  • All entries must be submitted online via the Photo Contest 2013 online submission portal. Each contestant may submit as many entries as s/he wants, provided that these have not been submitted to previous photo contests or published elsewhere (print or electronic).
  • Only colored photos will be considered, black and white photos will be disqualified.
  • Entries must be digital, either JPEG or TIFF format and at least 3,000 pixels wide for a horizontal image or 3,000 pixels tall for a vertical image at 300 dpi. There is no maximum file size or resolution as long as it can be uploaded via the online submission portal.
  • All entries must be original. Photos must not be digitally altered and/or enhanced in any way other than simple cropping.
  • Each entry should include the following details in English: name of photographer, country, brief statement/description of the photo with at least two sentences, where the photo was taken (include town/municipality, province/state, and country), when it was taken (complete date), and the camera used.
  • Submission of entries to the contest indicates full permission granted to SEARCA to use the photographs, with proper credit to the photographer, in Center endeavors in knowledge packaging, sharing, and advocacy related to SEARCA’s mandate.

Contest guidelines are posted and online submission can be made through this

link / url : http://photocontest.searcabackup.org/contest.php

2013 SEAMEO-Australia Education
Links Award



The SEAMEO-Australia Education Links Award provides recognition and financial 
assistanceworth AUD$10,000 to a project or proposal that demonstrates effective 
and inspiring efforts of individuals, groups of people, education institutions or 
organizations to improve education cooperation and linkages across the SEAMEO 
region and between SEAMEO Member Countries and Australia.
 
An entry for the contest must be either:
        1. an existing project on education cooperation between Australia and Southeast Asia 
or a country in Southeast Asia; or
        2. a proposal on education cooperation between Australia and Southeast Asia or
 a country in Southeast Asia
 
Samples of entries could include capacity development for teachers, support for 
development of curriculum and educational materials, research consortium, advocacy 
and networking, media collaboration, community-based development work, and others.
 In this connection, we would like to seek your kind assistance in the further 
dissemination of this information to your network.  The details of the Award and
 the Application Form are enclosed for your information.  The form can also be 
downloaded from the SEAMEO website   www.seameo.org/seameo-australia-award

Attachments Download …

SEAMEO-Australia Education Links Award 2013 Call for Entries.pdf
SEAMEO-Australia Education Links Award 2013 Application Form.doc

 

2013 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award

   

Dear the School Directors and Teachers ,  

CALL FOR ENTRIES

Announcement of the 2013 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award

Theme: Values Education

Deadline: 16 September 2013 

 

             The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)

and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan

(MEXT) in cooperation with UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for

Education and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. are pleased to announce

the 2013 SEAMEO-Japan Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

Award, with the theme of ” Values Education “.

              All public and private schools in the 11 Southeast Asian countries are

invited to submit the information about the school’s programme to promote

positive values among students, teachers and communities. The last day for

submission of entries is on Monday 16 September 2013.

            Please visit the SEAMEO Website: www.seameo.org or the following link

for details of the Award. 2013 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award (VALUES EDUCATION) 

           The details of the award and the 2013 Submission Form are attached

for your information.  For more information of the 2013 SEAMEO-Japan ESD

Award, please contact  

 

SEAMEO Secretariat , through

email at:seameojapan.award@seameo.org or by

telephone number: +66 (0) 2391 0144.

 

Attachments Download ….

Banner_square_2013SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award.jpg

Full Details_2013SEAMEO-Japan Award_9 July 2013.pdf

2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Report Final 16 AUG 2013.pdf

Submission Form_2013SEAMEO-Japan ESD_9July13.doc

PosterA4-2013SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award.pdf

 

 

 

SEAMEO RIHED co-organizes international conference on QA with ONESQA

As ONESQA has invited SEAMEO-RIHED as one of the co-organizers of the International Conference on QA Culture : Cooperation or Competition on  7 – 8  November 2013  at BITEC  Bangna.

SEAMEO-RIHED cooperation in providing web link with the Conference website  www.onesqa.or.th/icqa2013

5th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Students Programme

Fifth Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Students Programme
Yogyakarta , Indonesia
9-10 May 2013

The 5th Review Meeting of the ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme was held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, from 9 to 10 May 2013.  The Meeting was hosted with generous hospitality from the Ministry of Culture and Education, Indonesia. The participants of the Review Meeting included delegates from the Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia; the Ministry of Education and Culture, Indonesia; the Office of the Higher Education Commission, Thailand; the Commission on Higher Education, the Philippines; the Ministry of Education, Brunei Darussalam; the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan; and representatives from participating higher education institutions.

Member countries provided progress updates and Japan was welcomed to present a proposal for participation in the AIMS programme. Additionally, the winners of the M-I-T internationalisation Award shared good practices in internationalisation management with the Meeting and SEAMEO RIHED introduced its ongoing work towards a common credit transfer system for the region. The Meeting constituted an important step towards building fruitful synergies of bilateral and multilateral cooperation, and developing the networks and partnerships necessary for building a sustainable future for the AIMS Programme and the citizens of Southeast Asia.

The 6th AIMS Review Meeting will be organized later this year in Chiang Mai, Thailand and will be hosted by the Office of the Higher Education Commission, Thailand.

The 6th SEAMEO RIHED Study Visit Programme on University Research Management (URM) in the UK

The 6th SEAMEO RIHED Study Visit Programme on University Research Management in the UK: Learning Best Practices at World-class Universities was held on 14-21 October 2012. Together with SEAMEO RIHED, 20 university executives from Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand took part in visits to the University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University and the University of Warwick. In addition, the study visit provided sessions with Universities UK (UUK) and UK Higher Education International Unit. The delegation took this opportunity to learn URM in the UK’s higher education context, to draw on experiences and share knowledge and to network with universities and institutions in the UK.

Higher education institutions in the UK are renowned for research capacity, to attract international students, and contribute to the development of the country’s economy. The UK considers its higher education as vital to the economic success and social well being of the country. Higher education is one of its national assets. As higher education in is experiencing reform nowadays, the visit is a great opportunity to look at higher education policy reforms, meanwhile, study responses from higher education institutions in the UK regarding research management.

The study visit to the UK is an annual activity, organised in October or November. We welcome participants from Southeast Asia and beyond, advancing the opportunity to further conduct peer learning and sharing on the theme of university research management, to visit leading research universities, and to establish collaboration with regional and the UK university executives.