Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education, Thammasat University under the budget support from the Power Development Fund, Section 97(5), the Energy Regulatory Commission, B.E. 2563 organized “Clean Energy Teacher for Change”, an energy teaching materials exhibition under the innovative learning innovations for clean energy development project. It was honored by Asst. Prof. Dr. Adisorn Chantarasuk, Dean of the Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education, Thammasat University, Mr. Pattanapong Ranurak, Assistant to the Rector for Alumni Relations, Thammasat University, Dr. Banthoon Settasirot, Member of the Energy Regulatory Commission and Ms. Kwancheewa Wanpintu, Director of the Secondary School Quality and Management Standards Development Group, Office of Higher Secondary Education, Office of the Basic Education Commission along with a group of over 100 teachers participating in the project from 50 teams attended in energy learning innovation usage demonstrations to more than 1,000 participants, both online via Zoom system and On-Site at Vibhavadi Room, L Floor, Centara Grand Hotel, Central Ladprao, Bangkok.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Adisorn Chantarasuk, Dean of the Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education, Thammasat University said that this event is a part of the activities to showcase creative energy teaching materials innovation from teachers across the country participating in the project through the development of learning innovation designed on the basis of classroom-based research classroom, integration of knowledge on energy across sciences to enable Thai youths to keep up with energy knowledge. Today’s activities are a powerful driving force and an important mechanism in raising society’s energy awareness and the development of smart energy innovations in the future. Such a process requires cooperation from all parties to create a broad extension and shall continue to operate in the long term to foster diversity, covering skills and knowledge of energy required for quality living.
Mr. Pattanapong Ranurak, Assistant to the Rector for Alumni Relations, Thammasat University revealed that Thammasat University, as an educational institution that drives learning and working with society emphasizes on bringing innovation and technology to enhance a learning society that are not limited to only in the classroom by striving to develop and upgrade the quality of education to be able to become the source of the development of “smart learning” and “smart thinking” of the new generation to keep up with the skills necessary for living both now and in the future. By which the objective of Creative Learning Innovation Development Project for Clean Energy operated by Faculty of Learning Sciences and Education, Thammasat University is to develop learning innovation that promote Energy Literacy for children and youth by creating a learning environment that encourages learners to participate or gain experiences through Active Learning, along with cultivating educational personnel to gain knowledge and experience in arranging course activities, able to develop themselves and promote the quality of learners effectively.
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