To pilot the quality improvement of academic administration in schools through the analysis and usage of learners’ information, in order to design a program to improve the learning quality and competency of learners in accordance with the characteristics and skills needed in the 21st century.
To create changes in school management through the Professional Learning Community (PLC).
To build networks and establish academic cooperation at the local level between universities, Educational Service Area Offices, schools, and the private sectors in the region.
TSIP aims to improve the quality of academic administration of schools and to jointly build Professional Learning Communities through cooperation between key partners in the project.
serves as the implementor of the Chevron Enjoy Science Phase II Project.
Introduce Chevron Enjoy Science Phase II Project and conduct the project’s professional development trainings through Webinars.
Manage learning essential for establishing professional learning communities through the TrainFlix online platform.
Supervise, monitor, and support participating schools in the area through university networks.
Transcribe lessons and evaluate activities through collaboration with university, networks and schools.
School networks shall possess clear guidelines and targets for academic administration, and shall apply school quality improvement best practices to continuously improve instructions.
Students shall develop positive attitudes, strong knowledge and skills which are neccesary for higher education, or sufficient for employment.
Learning outcomes in mathematics and science are measured through evaluative assessments such as the Thailand Educational Development and Evaluation Tests (TEDET), which measure knowledge level before and after learning, as well as the degree of positivity indicated by students’ behavioral attitude toward the subjects. All of this is done to understand the target group regarding operations and for data collection to interpret academic performance.