APCEIU 안과밖2016.04.21 11:37

 


APCEIU signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the International Institute for Central Asian Studies on 19 April 2016 at APCEIU for the mutual cooperation of both parties. Through this agreement, the two organizations will collaborate in the following areas:

▲ Collaboration on promoting cultural diversity in education by implementing projects in the fields of the Silk Road and the Global Citizenship Education (GCED) through research, training and awareness raising ▲ Co-organization of the relevant international meetings, workshops, and seminars ▲ Overall cooperation in implementing projects on the fields of the Silk Road and GCED.

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APCEIU 안과밖2016.04.11 11:55

 

 

Launched in 2012, the Asia-Pacific Teacher Exchange for Global Education has grown into a well-recognized bilateral teacher exchange programme between the Republic of Korea and other Asia-Pacific countries. The Programme 2016 was also launched, organized by APCEIU and the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea, in collaboration with the Ministries of Education and culture of Indonesia, the Ministry of Education of Malaysia, the Ministry of education and Science of Mongolia, the Department of Education of the Philippines, the Ministry of Education of Thailand and the Ministry of Education and Training of Viet Nam.

From March 29th to 31th 2016, as the kickoff meeting with partner organizations, '2016 Asia-Pacific Teacher Exchange Programme' consultation meeting was held at APCEIU and Marriott Hotel. This meeting, attended by eight delegates from four partner countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia and Thailand, aimed to share evaluation of the past Programme and explore a better path to implement the Programme in 2016. The meeting was particularly meaningful as it provided a venue for four partner countries to gather and learn from each other.

Director ROH Jin-Young of Education ODA and Mobility Team from the Korean Ministry of Education and Director CHUNG Utak of APCEIU graced the occasion by delivering the welcoming remarks.  Ms. Tuya Narantuya, the Head of External Cooperation Division of the Ministry of Education and Science (MECS), Mongolia and Ms. Oyuntungalag, the Vice Director of Institute of Teacher's Professional Development (ITPD), Ms. Dian Wahyuni Soenardi, the Deputy Director of the Ministry of Education and Culture(MOEC) Indonesia, Ms. Siti Mariam, the Assistant Director of the Ministry of Education(MOE), Malaysia and Ms. Darakorn Phensiri, a foreign relations officer from the Ministry of Education (MOE), Thailand contributed to lead a successful meeting with their active participation. 

On 29 March, the delegation from each country shared their own unique experiences and know-hows to seek possible ways to bring about an improved Programme this year. Especially, the participants enjoyed watching a video clip including the activities of the exchange teachers at various countries and the reaction of the students in classrooms all over the Asia-Pacific region. The meeting reminded the participants of the necessity and importance of the Programme.

On the following days, the details of each country’s meeting agenda were discussed and the feedbacks were shared. Culture-experiencing activities, such as watching the traditional performance in the Korea House and visiting Namsan Tower, was another important part of the Programme.

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