The grand launching was attended by educators, government and business leaders from five ASEAN countries such as Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar and the Philippines.
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Department of Labor and Employment’s “Sa Pinas, Ikaw ang Ma’am/Sir” (SPIMS) program will be in Bangkok on November 18, Sunday at Emporium Suites in Bangkok.
According to Briones, the Thai Education Minister had approached her and complemented Filipino teachers in Thailand as “magaling, mahusay mag-handle ng bata at may sariling technique…”
“The meeting with Secretary Briones would be an opportunity to discuss common concerns of Filipino teachers,” said the Philippine Embassy in a press release.
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Anna Michelle Mutuc, an English teacher from the Philippines was awarded “The Best Teacher Award” in 2015. The award was handed to her by the Mayor of Nonthaburi during the Banrakpasa Multi-Skills Competition.
Ed Domingo, a Filipino science teacher in the South of Thailand was chosen as one of the Top 22 Speakers of Falling Walls International Forum held in Bangkok on September 16.
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