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photo3Thinking Schools International have entered into a joint venture in Thailand with Amnuay Silpa School, the first accredited Thinking School in SE Asia.  The organisation is called Thinking Schools International Asia.   TSI Asia will provide support to schools in Thailand and Asia who wish to reform their teaching and learning by turning their schools into Thinking Schools.

In September 2013,  TSI Global Trainers delivered a series of workshops, training a mixture of Thai and UK teachers, developing a group of National Trainers for TSI Asia.  The team is led by the Headteacher of Amnuay Silpa, Joseph Pine, who is responding to the growing interest in the Thinking School approach that is developing across the region.  Both international and Thai speaking schools are expressing  curiosity and interest resulting in a need to develop strong and able teams that can meet this challenge and work directly with schools that embark on the Thinking School journey.

Catch up on recent TSI Asia news here.

To find out more about TSI Asia:

ContactJoseph Pine, MD TSI Asia
Website:  www.thinkingschoolsasia.com

Watch this video about Thailand’s first Thinking School – use the password: thinking

For further background information, see this article that appeared in the Bangkok Post on 12th February 2013.

Amnuay Silpa School’s CEO, Petchuda Kesprayura, and Thinking Schools International’s CEO, Richard Cummins announced the incorporation of Thinking Schools International Asia to provide supports to schools in Thailand and Asia who wish to reform the teaching and learning by turning their schools into Thinking Schools.

Amnuay Silpa School’s CEO, Petchuda Kesprayura, and Thinking Schools International’s CEO, Richard Cummins announced the incorporation of Thinking Schools International Asia to provide supports to schools in Thailand and Asia who wish to reform the teaching and learning by turning their schools into Thinking Schools.