“I summarize it into (1) dropping the racial bitterness against “farang” teachers and their usually-higher-than-pinoy salaries, (2) the right way to market yourself as a good (individual) teacher, and (3) building the “pinoy brand” (overall) as good teachers. “
St. Robert’s Group of Companies is indebted to many people who partnered with us in delivering quality education.
My first day was a thrill. I’m thankful to St. Robert’s for giving the OFWs the opportunity to enhance our profession by providing quality transnational education here in Thailand.
ATPAC stands for Adventist Teachers & Publishing Access Club, the very first official Adventist teachers and publishing workers’ organization in Thailand.
A group of Filipino teachers have considered Thailand to be their international field trip destination.
The cost of the said convention is 1,500.00 baht which includes three days and two nights stay, seven healthy buffet meals, souvenir T-shirt and program materials.
They have already produced numerous professionals and educators since its operation eight years ago.
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Topics for two-day congress will focus on English Language Teaching (ELT) and Financial Literacy.
Two distinguished Thai educators delivered the commencement address and inspirational message.