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Envergan student teachers share best practices abroad

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To create an opportunity for student teachers to exchange and share ideas about teaching and learning, the College of Education of the Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation in Lucena City through the Office of International Linkages sent seven student teachers to the Anurajaprasit School in Nonthaburi, Thailand, Nov.11-23, who demonstrated teaching principles and practices to assess students’ prior knowledge and progress on their learning.

The Office of International Linkages Director Dr. Carmina Tolentino and Profs. Josephine Belen and Dr. Divinia Glifonea led the 13-day visit. Anurajaprasit School Director Sommai Munyanon developed the Special English Program that provides privileged students with an English language instruction mentored by foreign teachers and cultural orientation for the international community. During the visit, the student teachers also taught students mathematics and science outlined under the Thailand Basic Education Curriculum.

Anurajaprasit School is a government-owned under the Royal Ptronage of the Crown Prince. The school is located in the city of Nonthaburi, the second largest city in Thailand. It has an enrollment of more than 4,000 students.

As part of cross-cultural exposure, the group also visited museums, landmarks, historical places and experience local cuisines.