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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

เขียนสรุปประเด็นข่าวโดย นายยูเนียนสาสมีต้า สาเมาะ บุคลากรศูนย์ศึกษาและฟื้นฟูภาษาและวัฒนธรรมในภาวะวิกฤต สถาบันวิจัยภาษา และวัฒนธรรมเอเชีย มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล ได้เข้าไปมีส่วนร่วมในโครงการ “SEAMEO – World Bank Project on Mother Tongue (Phase Ⅱ)” ซึ่งเป็นโครงการที่เกี่ยวกับการจัด การศึกษาโดยใช้ภาษาแม่ (ภาษาที่ 1) รวมเป็นสื่อการเรียนการสอนสาหรับเยาวชน จัดโดย องค์กรรัฐมนตรีกระทรวงศึกษาธิการเอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ (SEAMEO) และธนาคารโลก (World Bank) และเมื่อวันที่ 24 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554 ทาง SEAMEO ได้จัดกิจกรรมพบปะและ มอบเกียรติบัตรแก่ผู้ร่วมโครงการที่เป็นผู้แทนจากกลุ่มประเทศสมาชิกซึ่งประกอบด้วย ลาว เวียดนาม กัมพูชา มาเลเซีย อินโดนีเซีย และฟิลิปปินส์ ซึ่งสาหรับผู้แทนประเทศไทยนั้นมี บุคคลากรศูนย์ฯ ได้แก่

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

ทีม่ า: http://www.seameo.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=539&Itemid=1 SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

Dato’ Dr Ahamad bin Sipon, Director, SEAMEO Secretariat conferred the certificate to the 21SEAMEO Multilingual Education (MLE) Fellows in a culminating activity under the Second Phase of the SEAMEO-World Bank Project on Mother Tongue on 24 February 2011 at the Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. Ms Omporn Regel, Senior Operations Officer, World Bank, Washington DC and Ms Keiko Miwa, Country Manager, World Bank Country Office, Vientiane attended the occasion and joined the SEAMEO Secretariat in congratulating the SEAMEO MLE fellows.

The culminating activity or End-of-Project Project Conference brought the MLE Fellows and representatives from SEAMEO Member Countries and Regional Centres together to report the accomplishments, lessons learned and key insights from the implementation of the second phase of the SEAMEO and World Bank collaboration dubbed as “Enhancing Awareness and Building the Capacity of SEAMEO in Establishing Mother Tongue-based Multilingual Education (MLE) Programs” that was implemented from March to December 2010. Included in the conference was a discussion to identify potential areas of follow-up and further collaboration between SEAMEO and the World Bank on MLE and other issues that relate to helping achieve the Education for All Goals in Southeast Asia. The yearlong Project assisted the SEAMEO Member Countries in establishing mother tongue-based MLE programs effectively by providing opportunity for further knowledge sharing, skills training and exposure to actual program implementation in the region and beyond. An important component of the Project was

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

the identification and training of a SEAMEO MLE Core Group or SEAMEO MLE Fellows within each SEAMEO Member Country to provide leadership and skills in response to the needs and challenges related to multilingual education in their respective countries and in the region. The capacity building for the SEAMEO MLE Fellows ensures that the capacity to implement multilingual educationrelated activities will rest in each Member Country. This was done through a string of activities that included 2 regional conferences, 3 national training-workshops, and study visits to Thailand, China and India that were all conducted in 2010. In a resolution during the 46th SEAMEO Council Conference in January 2011 in Brunei Darussalam, the SEAMEO Council acknowledged the identified 21 SEAMEO MLE Fellows and their role of leading activities related to multilingual education at the national and regional levels. After having gained the foundation knowledge through various capacity building activities under the Project, the SEAMEO MLE Fellows will serve as focal persons on multilingual education-related initiatives at the national level. At the discretion of their respective ministries/institutions, they can lead pilot projects and/or continue to work on existing initiatives related to multilingual education. At the regional level, the MLE Fellows are expected to be tapped to lead and/or coordinate regional initiatives under the SEAMEO 2 framework of cooperation through existing mechanisms and/or through new channels and opportunities. The SEAMEO MLE Core Group consists of nominated officials and representatives from SEAMEO Member Countries and from three SEAMEO Regional Centres, namely, SEAMEO QITEP in Language, SEAMEO INNOTECH, and SEAMEO SPAFA. The SEAMEO Secretariat implemented the one-year project with funding from World Bank and support from the three SEAMEO Regional Centres. Project consultants such as SIL International and the Asia-South Pacific Association for Basic and Adult Education (ASPBAE) were engaged to provide technical assistance and guidance in the implementation of the Project. UNESCO also provided technical support throughout the project implementation.

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

The participants in a group photo.

Statements are given during the opening of the End-of-Project Conference by (from left to right) Dato’ Dr Ahamad bin Sipon, Director, SEAMEO Secretariat; Ms Keiko Miwa, Country Manager, World Bank Country Office, Vientiane; and Dr Sombat Suwanpitak, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Thailand.

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

SEAMEO MLE Fellows present proposals for follow-up activities to sustain gains from the completed Project

Panel of experts give recommendations on proposed follow-up activities of SEAMEO MLE Fellows. Panel consists of (from left to right) Ms Omporn Regel, Senior Operations Officer, World Bank, Washington DC; Ms Catherine Young, Multilingual education Consultant, SIL International; and Mr Johan Lindeberg, Programme Specialist in Inclusive Education, UNESCO Bangkok.

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

From left to right: Dr Felicia Nuradi Utorodewo, Centre Director, SEAMEO QITEP in Language; Dr MR Rujaya Abhakorn, Director, SEAMEO SPAFA; and Ms Kanittha Hanirattisai, Chief, Regional Cooperation Unit, Bureau of International Cooperation, Ministry of Education, Thailand join in the discussion.

SEAMEO MLE Fellows share insights and key points learned from the processes and activities conducted under the Project.

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

SEAMEO MLE Fellows show their certificates during the recognition ceremony.

Ms Omporn Regel, Senior Operations Officer, World Bank, Washington DC receives a testimonial plaque from SEAMEO on behalf of the World Bank. Dato’ Dr Ahamad bin Sipon, Director, SEAMEO Secretariat hands the plaque while Dr Witaya Jerdechakul (Director Designate), Dr Tinsiri Siribodhi (Deputy Director for Administration and Communication) and Mr Noorhaizamdin Abdullah (Deputy Director for Programme and Development) look on.

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

Mrs Yangxia Lee Director, Inclusive Education Center Ministry of Education, Lao PDR

Mrs Bussaba Prapaspong Educator, Bureau of Academic Affairs and Educational Standard Office of the Basic Education Commission Ministry of Education, Thailand

Prof Dr Didi Suherdi Head of English Language Education Indonesia University of Education, Indonesia

Dr Rungaroon Saiyasophon Educator, Office of Non-Formal and Informal Education, Office of the Permanent Secretary for Education Ministry of Education, Thailand

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Ms Arni binti Zainir Head of Ethnic Languages Unit, Curriculum Development Division Ministry of Education, Malaysia

Mr Khamphan Phimsipasom Director, Foreign Language Research and Resource Centre Ministry of Education, Lao PDR


SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

Prof Dr Suwilai Premsrirat Ms Dao Thi Hong Minh Director, Centre for Documentation and Researcher, Research Centre for Ethnic Revitalization of Endangered Languages Minority Education, Vietnam Institute of and Cultures, Mahidol University, Educational Sciences Thailand Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam

Dr Neou Sun Linguistics Expert Curriculum Development Department, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport Cambodia

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Mr Uniansasmita Samoh Researcher, Centre for Documentation and Revitalization of Endangered Languages and Cultures, Mahidol University, Thailand

Ms Ofelia H Eustaquio Senior Education Program Specialist Bureau of Elementary Education Department of Education, Philippines


SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

Mrs Zainab binti Yusof Assistant Director/ Head of Languages Department, Academic Development Centre Teacher Education Institute Ministry of Education, Malaysia

Mr Thongsouk Keomany Curriculum Manager Faculty of Letters, Department of English National University of Laos, Lao PDR

Dr Ethel Agnes P Valenzuela Dr Mary Sylvette T Gunigundo Ms Anna Dwi Kurniati Senior Specialist/Head Specialist, Research Studies Unit Acting Head of Research Studies Unit, SEAMEO INNOTECH Partnership/Collaboration SEAMEO INNOTECH and International Public Relations and Marketing Division SEAMEO QITEP in Language

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity

Ms Pininto Sarwendah Acting Head of Intellectual Fora, Policy Makers and Experts, and Capacity Building/Training Division SEAMEO QITEP in Language

Mr Girard Philip E Bonotan Documentation Officer SEAMEO SPAFA

Ms Abigail Cuales Lanceta Programme Officer SEAMEO Secretariat

SEAMEO MLE Fellows receive certificate from Dato’ Dr Ahamad bin Sipon, Director, SEAMEO Secretariat and Ms Omporn Regel, Senior Operations Officer, World Bank, Washington DC. SEAMEO MLE fellows not in the photo are Ms Judy Ann R Marquez, Education Program Specialist, Bureau of Elementary Education, Department of Education, Philippines; and Dr Patcharawee Tunprawat, Specialist in Cultural Resource Management, SEAMEO SPAFA.

ขอขอบคุณภาพประกอบและเนื้อหาจาก : http://www.seameo.org

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SEAMEO confers certificate to MLE Fellows during SEAMEO-World Bank Project culminating activity