For Phase 2, the project is implemented by the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Centre for STEM Education: SEAMEO STEM-ED, a regional intergovernmental agency established under the approval of Thai cabinet and the Ministry of Education of Thailand.
Phase 2 of this project has the goal of expanding the scale of STEM activities for sustainable STEM
The operational objectives shall be setup to align with government policies and the project’s core mission.
Phase 2 shall be operated to align with government policies in the following manners
focusing on developing master teachers and mentors who will provide teaching guidance in order to produce an educated workforce capable of 21st century skills.
focusing on developing quality learning materials that are critical for building learners’ STEM capacities in critical problem-solving and integration of multiple subjects. These resources shall be mainly disseminated online for ease of access.
The project will collaborate closely with Teachers’ Council of Thailand to strengthen the PLC for educators, as well as to introduce TSIP to enhance instructional leadership and create cultures of improvement in schools.
to prepare students and young adults for Universities and future STEM careers, its aims to establish public-private partnershipswithin secondary schools and educational institutes in order to enrich students’ knowledge on academic subjects with their desired STEM-related career paths. The program will be piloted and evaluated before being proposed to policy makers for wider adoption nationally then expanding to the Southeast Asian regions.
Though partnership with national STEM building agencies, the project will scale up the and expand the reach of existing informal STEM learning activities. Moreover, the project will collaborate with international experts to support government partners with personal capacity building and enhancement of STEM programs and learning resources management.
The project aims to strengthen the capacity of Thai researchers in conducting international standard reseaches and conductstudies on the continuous impact of the Chevron Enjoy Science model to advocate effective education policies and practices that are critical for Thailand’s educational reform. The research outcomes shall be presented at both national and international forums to policymakers in Thailand and the Southeast Asian region.
1. Teachers’ Council of Thailand (TCT)
2. Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC)
3. Office of the Teacher Civil Service and Educational Personnel Commission (OTEPC)
4. Department of Local Administration (DLA)
5. Office of the Private Education Commission (OPEC)
6. Office of National Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation Policy Council (NXPO)
7. Various other similar agencies in the region
1. The Department of Skill development
2. Selected Industrial employers and businesses
1. National Institute for Development of Teachers, Faculty Staff and Educational Personnel (NIDTEP)
2. Mahidol University
3. The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST)
4. Faculty of Education or Science of leading universities in Thailand and the region
5. Thai and International professional development institutes or agencies
1. National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA)
2. National Science Museum (NSM)
3. The Office of Non-Formal and Informal Education (NFE)
2. Education Professional including teachers, school administrators, and supervisors
3. Policy makers
4. Educational researchers
5. Targeted workforce for skills development
The project strives to strong and enduring educational network that will continue to build on and sustain the project’s impact, advocate evidence-based educational reform in Thailand, as well as collaborate with regional governments to strengthen STEM education in the region. As for the researches on the project’s impacts, SEAMEO STEM-ED shall distribute and present them to national and regional policymakers, in order to propel continuous improvement in education system.