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Winds of Change in Rural Education - Thailand

Thai education has generally concentrated on literacy and numerical skills, with little emphasis on new ideas and creativity skills. The Mechai Pattana School intends to change this situation for poor, rural students. www.mechaifoundation.org/school.asp
The school strives towards getting its pupils to perform at their full potential by focusing on developing the complete individual. The lessons at the school are focused on enabling students to analyze and create.

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Winds of Change in Rural Education - Thailand

  1. 1. Winds of changein Rural Education & Economic EmpowermentMechai Viravaidya Foundation Mechai Bamboo School
  2. 2. Our education concentrates on ROTEMEMORIZATION And emphasizes literacy andnumerical skills
  3. 3. whichProduce and Followers
  4. 4. Grades Budget 12th grade O-Net Doubled in during last 8 years Unit : 100,000 Million BahtScience 50% Thai 20 % ofThai National budgetEnglish ScienceMathematics 30% English 17% Mathematics 2003 2005 2007 2009 10% Year 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011: TDRI, 16/2/12
  5. 5. Thai students’ Grades Lower Than Asian Countries (Except Indonesia)(Program for International Student Assessment) (Trends in Mathematical and Science Study) Taiwan Taiwan Korea Korea Singapore Singapore Hong Kong Hong Kong Japan Japan Malaysia Thailand Thailand Indonesia Indonesia Reading Mathematics Science: TDRI, 16/2/12
  6. 6. World ranking 2012 % AVG. ( among 54 countries ) 57.95 13 Malaysia 27 Indonesia 53.31 31 Vietnam 52.14 53 Thailand 44.36
  7. 7. ? ?? ?
  8. 8. We need to To thischange the schoolFrom this
  9. 9. This can only be achieved with the help ofthe private sector
  10. 10. A Bold New Experiment in Education has already begun… Buriram Bangkok …Buriram ProvinceAmong lowest 4% in educational attainment
  11. 11. The Bamboo School Trying to crafta New Generation of Thai Citizens
  12. 12. It is not just a school, but A LifelongLearning Centers and a hub forSocial and Economic Advancement for students, their families and the entire community
  13. 13. How is The Bamboo Schooldifferent from other schools
  14. 14. Buildings constructed of Bamboo
  15. 15. Bamboo Structure of DomeVillage Development Partnership
  16. 16. World’s largestBamboo Geodesic Dome Diameter = 30 meters
  17. 17. School Environment
  18. 18. School Environment
  19. 19. School fees paid by family with 400 hoursof community service (8 hours per week) and planting 400 trees
  20. 20. Students perform 12 hoursof community service per week
  21. 21. They are also members of the Purchasing and audit committees
  22. 22. Two students are elected fromthe student council to becomemembers of the school boardVillage Development Partnership
  23. 23. Students applying to enter Grade 7 are selectedby a committee of 8th, 9th & 10th grade students with some guidance from teachers 27
  24. 24. Students participate inteacher selection and evaluation
  25. 25. One year studying in Pattaya for 10 th GradersYear 7,8,9, 11,12 students study in Buriram
  26. 26. Extracurricular Studies at Pattaya Marine Transportation Fishery Industrial Estate Petroleum Refinery Intensive Agriculture
  27. 27. Village Development Partnership Dormitory
  28. 28. 5:45 am Morning Run after beach clean-upVillage Development Partnership 32
  29. 29. Letter writing replaces telephonesMobile Phones can only be usedfor one hour per week Village Development Partnership
  30. 30. Student excursion
  31. 31. Student excursion
  32. 32. Work experience:Hotel, Hospital, Restaurant
  33. 33. Giving back & sharing: entertaining young studentsMusic for schools and communities by Thailand’s Biggest Ukulele Band Village Development Partnership Village Development Partnership
  34. 34. Our students areencouraged & stimulated to
  35. 35. Village Development Partnership
  36. 36. Shoes vegetable gardenVillage Development Partnership
  37. 37. American Standard vegetables
  38. 38. Project-Based learningStudents’ research and presentation to classVillage Development Partnership
  39. 39. E-Learning
  40. 40. Toilets
  41. 41. Compassion 46
  42. 42. Agriculture in a wheelchair 47
  43. 43. Understanding hunger
  44. 44. play Sign languagehelp
  45. 45. Know alcohol:Don’t let it control your life
  46. 46. Sex Education & AIDS
  47. 47. Students march to promote safe sexVillage Development Partnership
  48. 48. Bamboo School acts as IT Hubfor surrounding communitiesComputers made available to children in communities surrounding school
  49. 49. Our students and those from 30 surrounding villages are trained to be Barefoot IT TeachersVillage Development Partnership
  50. 50. Community IT Learning RoomSupervised by Barefoot IT Teachers
  51. 51. Community Services…Student-Teach Project… in villagesVillage Development Partnership
  52. 52. Starting a Village Toy Library to promote the joy of sharing & giving
  53. 53. Village Toy Library managers ( 8 – 14 years old )
  54. 54. Community Clean-up Before borrowing toysVillage Development Partnership
  55. 55. Getting ready to exchangeplastic containers and cans for toys
  56. 56. Going home with joy
  57. 57. School close so students can help farmersduring rice planting & harvestVillage Development Partnership
  58. 58. All students are involved in tackling inequalities …and in proposing solutions especially for vulnerable groupsVillage Development Partnership
  59. 59. Income generating activities for vulnerable groups(Mushroom growing for handicapped)
  60. 60. IdentifyingCorruption & Solutions
  61. 61. Students’ Good Deeds Van
  62. 62. Students’ Good Deeds Bus
  63. 63. Music for schools and communities by Thailand’s Biggest Ukulele Band The “Bamboo” Band
  64. 64. In concert
  65. 65. We believe that people coming from rural society must exhibit skills in agricultureand remain on the land
  66. 66. School Poverty Eradication Farm Using 1,600 square meters (3 Tennis courts) Village Development Partnership
  67. 67. Business Agriculture Trainingfor Students (Barefoot MBA)
  68. 68. School Poverty Eradication and Social Enterprise Farm
  69. 69. School Social Enterprise FarmVillage Development Partnership
  70. 70. Mushrooms using retired beach umbrella 500 mushroom bags per tent Village Development Partnership
  71. 71. School Social Enterprise Farm Village Development Partnership
  72. 72. To provide opportunitiesfor people in wheelchairs to learn agribusiness.
  73. 73. Much higher productivity around lime trees 100 BagsVillage Development Partnership
  74. 74. 700 vegetable plants per 2.5 Sqm. each year ( 100 bags x 7 cycles) Village Development Partnership
  75. 75. Agriculture for vision problems 82
  76. 76. Animal raising 83Village Development Partnership
  77. 77. Out of Season Limein septic tank cement rings
  78. 78. Starving treesof water for 20 days
  79. 79. Explosion of lime flowers after removing cover
  80. 80. Matured Limes Fruits begin to appear (March – May)Village Development Partnership
  81. 81. The Bamboo School introduces a new way of cultivation for people who do not own landCantaloupe The old way
  82. 82. Fruits & vegetablesgrown in recycled plastic bags
  83. 83. Young vinesVillage Development Partnership
  84. 84. Cantaloupes ready for harvest after 2 months
  85. 85. Vegetables grown in flood water New idea for Rainy Season
  86. 86. Hydroponic vegetables
  87. 87. Bamboo school students and their parentslearn how to become capable entrepreneurs and contribute funds to support the school
  88. 88. Quick return on investment Bean sprouts, crickets, frogs, ant caviar, vegetablesVillage Development Partnership
  89. 89. Products from School Farm
  90. 90. Student Social Enterprise to cover school feesProfit=100,000 Baht (US$3,000) /year/student in year 3 Beginning in 2013 Village Development Partnership 97
  91. 91. Businesses operated by studentsVillage Development Partnership
  92. 92. Businesses operated by students
  93. 93. Students food processing venture50% of profits donated for scholarships of poor primary schools children
  94. 94. Our students select and award scholarshipsto children in government primary school Village Development Partnership
  95. 95. The school is determined to inspire students to become citizens who:• Are honest, willing to share• Innovative and resourceful• happy & caring• Possess management & business skills• Practice & promote gender equality and democracy and make society a better place
  96. 96. The Bamboo School is nowassisting and empowering other rural institutions & communities With experience fromthe Community Development Partnership and the help of the private sector CommunitiesSchools Temples
  97. 97. Social Enterprises Farmbeing established in rural schools
  98. 98. Temples
  99. 99. Temples
  100. 100. Social Enterprise Farm in communities
  101. 101. Social Enterprise in communities
  102. 102. Training for Government School Teachersby The Bamboo School 4. Philanthropy 5. Corruption
  103. 103. Teacher Training Activities
  104. 104. Our students are also involved in training of teachers & students At Government SchoolsVillage Development Partnership
  105. 105. School-Based Integrated Rural Development (SCHOOL - BIRD)
  106. 106. 6 Key components of the School-Based Integrated Rural Developmentto improve the quality of life and eradicate poverty1. Community Participation and Empowerment2. School Lunch Farm and Social Enterprise3. School & Community Micro Credit Fund4. Health, Sanitation & Environment5. Teachers’ Training6. Management & Mentoring
  107. 107. Community Participation1 and EmpowermentCleaning of Village, School and Temple
  108. 108. Community Participation1 and EmpowermentCommunity needs assessment
  109. 109. School Lunch Farm2 and Social Enterprise
  110. 110. School Lunch Farm2 and Social Enterprise Strong Community Participation
  111. 111. School Lunch Farm2 and Social Enterprise
  112. 112. School Lunch Farm2 and Social Enterprise Using half an acre of landVillage Development Partnership
  113. 113. School & Community3 Micro Credit Fund
  114. 114. School & Community3 Micro Credit Fund Vegetables Chilies
  115. 115. School & Community3 Micro Credit Fund
  116. 116. School & Community3 Micro Credit FundVillage Development Partnership
  117. 117. 4 Health, Sanitation and Environment
  118. 118. 4 Health, Sanitation and EnvironmentVillage Development Partnership
  119. 119. 4 Health, Sanitation and Environment
  120. 120. 4 Health, Sanitation and Environment
  121. 121. 4 Health, Sanitation and Environment
  122. 122. 4 Health, Sanitation and Environment Green Toy Library
  123. 123. 5 Teachers’ Training
  124. 124. 5 Teachers’ Training
  125. 125. 6 Management & Mentoring
  126. 126. Three Major Roles of the Bamboo School • Students Education & • Teachers Skills Training • Villagers The Mechai • FamiliesBamboo Income Generation • Communities School • Institutions • Schools Capacity • Temples Building • Hospitals • Small Jails With support of the private sector
  127. 127. Our school in the 21st Century Hub for Teacher Economic Training & Social Facility ProgressLifelong Occupational &Learning Entrepreneurial Center Training School
  128. 128. On the way to becomingManagement trainees of Village Development Partnership 138
  129. 129. Future Preparatory Schools for:1. Teachers2. Modern Agro-Business3. Hospitality, Travel, and Tourism4. Health (Nurses and Medical Personnel)5. Computer & IT6. Energy
  130. 130. First sponsor of the school60 Rooms Hotel Village Development Partnership
  131. 131. Business for Rural Education & Development Co., Ltd.A social enterprise to support the School in the long run
  132. 132. Financial resource needs Donations Family & friends General public Social Enterprise (Future expansion) Endowment (Long term operating cost)Construction Operating cost
  133. 133. We will succeed in crafting this vital new generationIf there is genuine support from the private sector
  134. 134. Corporations and individualsare authorized by the Ministries are authorized by the of Finance and Educationto deduct from their taxes twice the amount donated to the school
  135. 135. RevenueDepartment document explainingtax deduction fordonations to education
  136. 136. mechai@pda.or.th www.mechaifoundation.orgMechai Viravaidya Foundation Mechai Bamboo SchoolPopulation and Community Development Association
  • BelindaM1

    May. 24, 2017

Thai education has generally concentrated on literacy and numerical skills, with little emphasis on new ideas and creativity skills. The Mechai Pattana School intends to change this situation for poor, rural students. www.mechaifoundation.org/school.asp The school strives towards getting its pupils to perform at their full potential by focusing on developing the complete individual. The lessons at the school are focused on enabling students to analyze and create.

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