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Video: The state of Thai education! It's come to this to make the kids learn!

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Video: The state of Thai education! It's come to this to make the kids learn!

 

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A video widely shared on social media showed a maths teacher - Khru Effy - dressed like a pink fairy to amuse his students.

 

Complete with wings, crown rimmed pink sunnies and fluffy earmuffs and antlers the teacher does a two minute routine to try to get his students to solve an equation.

 

At the end he declares: "Good - you got it. That's enough!"

 

But netizens could not get enough of his antics that entertained the class of high school grade children - the story has been liked 12,000 times and shared nearly 37,000 times across Thai social media.

 

The post on Facebook suggested that the students were having trouble remembering....until Khru Effy got to work proving that even dull mathematics could be fun!

 
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Innovative, maybe if the police dressed like this, people would obey the law. :wacko:

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Funny and yes got their giggle attention.

 

Where's the Ed ministry and some policies about what's appropriate and not appropriate teacher behaviors, pedagogy etc?

 

Teachers who have professional teacher training know how to gain and keep the attention of their students, and if the students had to pay attention to ensure they pass their exams maybe they would pay more attention. 

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

A video widely shared on social media showed a maths teacher - Khru Effy - dressed like a pink fairy to amuse his students.

Ah, the Arkham Asylum that is Thailand. Don't you just love it?

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in the last 6 weeks my local friend's children, at a very reputable school, have had; two half day christmas parties (not a christian school), spent a day rehearsing sports and cheer leading and another day for actual sports and cheer leading, had 2.5 days off for scout camp, had a half day party for childrens day and another half day party for teachers day and finally another two half days rehearsing for a school fair/festival - which did take place on a saturday.

 

so they have lost 7.5 days of tuition in the last 6 weeks. astounding.

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Clearly all this talk about relevant education and prper document to be able to teach in Thailand, is nothing but a bunch of nonsense.
If this man can be cleared to teach, then nobody can be rejected.

However, as always. Everything must be sanook, othervise we can´t be bothered with the theacher. Sanook is only slapstick humour or dressing like a transvestite.

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Is there a Thai word for maturity or immaturity? As the first state of being, maturity, doesn't appear to exist in this country, then maybe not.:crazy:

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