Do those who don't teach English in Thailand look down on those that do?
What do expats who work in Thailand but don't teach English think of us teachers? Are we ridiculed when out of earshot or do even the high-flyers afford us maximum respect. An invitation to a business networking evening and a chance to really find out.
What's this controversial course about and why is it needed?
The objective of the course is to train non-Thais in various aspects of Thai society and instructional ethics to be better equipped with the knowledge and experience needed to work effectively in Thailand.
Simon Gunn’s TEN talk
Information about TEN’s next event and an upcoming event hosted by Oxford University Press.
How teachers and students can benefit
In Toastmasters, when making a speech or acting as master of ceremonies (MC), we look for and comment on a speaker's ability to move comfortably and smoothly, with style and variety, from one part of a presentation to the next or from one speaker to the next.
Unfortunately, The Thailand Educators Network did not meet in May
Fingers crossed, our TEN events scheduled for June and July should go ahead as planned.
TEN welcomed Alan S Mackenzie as its February guest speaker
Set up to create an environment in which educators can discuss personal concerns and to establish a positive forum for teaching opportunities in Thailand. We meet every month at the Roadhouse Barbecue.
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