On 29 April 2021, our Dean, Assistant Professor Dr. Prapaporn Tivayanond Mongkhonvanit, participated in a plenary discussion about Sufficiency Economy Philosophy and Society in the New Normal: Balancing Reforms for Achieving the SDGs at the SEAMEO Congress 2021.
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The SEAMEO Congress 2021 brought together diverse education actors and stakeholders to exchange effective policies, fruitful teaching experiences, and shared new learning paradigms and practices in the digital era.
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The SEAMEO Congress 2021, held virtually during 28-29 April by Seameo Secretariat, Ministry of Education Thailand, and Ministry of Education Malaysia, was successfully convened with more than 7,500 participants on the Floor platform and more than 31,000 viewers on YouTube.
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Our Dean shared her ideas and experiences in building resiliencies in the education system, highlighting the connections between local and international frameworks. She had also demonstrated the efforts and contributions The School of Global Studies had made in achieving SDG goals.
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“University needs to ensure that they are agile, change-ready and future-focused, so they remain relevant; not just for jobs today, but for those that will exist in the future.”
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