Hectically Is Adult Into ten curriculum in order to integrate local wisdom and culture, so that it is consistent with set learning standards in each of the core subject groups. Vocational and Technical Education Formal vocational and technical education is conducted at three levels: 1] upper secondary (leading to the Lower Certificate of Vocational Education), 2] post- secondary (leading to a Diploma or Vocational Associate Degree) and 3] university level (leading to a Degree).
Admission in the Higher Education The means for student admission to the higher education sector is the High School Entrance Examination taken at the end of Mattock 6 (Grade 12). Higher education is predominantly provided at universities and colleges. The two distinct levels of educational attainment are the diploma level and graduate degrees. Non-formal Education Lifelong Learning Thailand has long given priority to adult and non-formal education as a means of roving lifelong learning opportunities to the out-of-school population. It is aimed at literacy and primary levels, and into secondary and vocational levels.
Strategies include: developing a range of life skills through distance learning, establishing workplace and community learning centers and promoting the Joint sharing of resources with the formal school sector. Informal Education The vision of developing a learning society includes a clear need to promote the idea that learning can also take place outside the formal space of the classroom. Support for informal learning is reinforced by a network of over 800 libraries, at district and rabbinical levels, together with a network of 1 5 science museums.
Teaching and Learning Reforms in Thailand 1] Professional Development New standards of professional competence for teachers to improve and transform: subject knowledge, the introduction of new methods in teaching practices, classroom management and professional development. 2] Laboratory School Project The focus is the development of one school, as a model, in each of the 921 districts. Facilitating innovation through investments in CIT and bring about whole-school improvements by monopolizing resources from the local community. 3] Embracing
Diversity Efforts at integrating local wisdom and culture into the national curriculum have been underpinned by policies to use mother tongue languages at kindergarten level. 4] International Partners for Reform International and multinational private sector cooperation programs with EUNICE, UNESCO, SESAME, Maladroit, oracle Ana Intel. Remonstrating Language Learning Transforming and developing the teaching and learning of languages, using authentic materials and learning situations; including the English Program (PEP) aimed at providing full or partial Thai national curriculum subjects in English.