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  • Addressing Barriers to Inclusion: The SEAMEO Agenda18 - 19 September 2017 Landmark Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

    2nd Workshop on Drafting Action Plan for the Implementation of the ASEAN Declaration on Strengthening Education for Out-of-School Children and Youth (OOSCY)

  • A Southeast Asian intergovernmental organization promoting regional cooperation in education, science and culture

    Vision: The leading organization for enhancing regional understanding and cooperation in education, science and culture for a better quality of life in Southeast Asia.

    SEAMEO Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization

  • SEAMEO Members

  • SEAMEO Regional Centres

    24+ SEAMEO Centres across Southeast Asia

    New: CED, TED, CECCEP

  • SEAMEO 2nd Strategic Dialogue of Education Ministers

    Post-2015 Education Agenda

    - Ministers of Education from 11 Member Countries - An opportunity to collectively reflect on current education, science, and culture

    issues in Southeast Asia, review current and emerging education concerns provide a starting point for regional and cross-country collaborative interventions.

  • SEAMEO 2nd Strategic Dialogue for Education Ministers 1st SDEM: 13 September 2014 in

    Vientiane, Lao PDR

    2nd SDEM: Held on 27-28 April 2016 in Bandung, Indonesia

    SEAMEO INNOTECH as lead center, supported by SEAMEO Secretariat and in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

    Continued commitment of ministers to the seven key priority areas of SEAMEO through the Bandung Statement, action agenda

  • SEAMEO Education Agenda (2015 - 2035)

    1. Early Childhood Care and Education 2. Addressing Barriers to Inclusion 3. Resiliency in the Face of Emergencies 4. Promoting Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) 5. Revitalising Teacher Education 6. Promoting Harmonisation in Higher Education and Research 7. Adopting a 21st Century Curriculum

  • SEAMEO Priority 2: Addressing Barriers to Inclusion

    Number of Activities: 13 2.1 SEAMEO Star Village

    2.2 In country Training on Urban Agriculture for Special Education Teachers in Malaysia

    2.4 Towards an Association of SEA Nations Lifelong Learning Agenda

    2.7 Capacity Building Workshop for Community Learning Centres in Lower Mekong

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    Aims to Develop a community-based sustainable development model that reinforces Community Involvement Programme (CIP), CIP: a programme recommended by SEAMEC in 1997 that aims to improve capacities of teachers, students, officials, parents, school learning facilities and more.

    2.1 SEAMEO STAR VILLAGE

    Ref: http://images.slideplayer.com/28/9325567/slides/slide_13.jpg

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    2.1 SEAMEO STAR VILLAGE Responsible SEAMEO Centres & Partners 1. SEAMEO (BIOTROP) Regional Centre for Tropical Biology

    (Lead) 2. SEAMEO Regional Centre for Quality Improvement of Teachers and

    Education Personnel (QITEP) in Language

    3. SEAMEO QITEP in Mathematics

    4. SEAMEO QITEP in Science

    5. SEAMEO SEAMOLEC

    6. Agathis

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    2.1 SEAMEO STAR VILLAGE Participants 1. All primary, secondary, and vocational school teachers in Indonesia 2. At least 100 farmers, house wives, and out of school youth in

    Indonesia 3. All community health care centre staff members in the target village

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    After 3 years of implementation from 2017 1. Implementation minimum 18 development interventions to make

    the target village a model of community based development 2. Institutionalise best practices on inter-centre collaboration. 3. Enhance staff skills in community development and related

    aspects

    2.1 SEAMEO STAR VILLAGE - Expected Outcomes

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities2.1 SEAMEO STAR VILLAGE - Activities 2017 March September (11) & 2018 March onwards (8) 1.Workshop on digital class teaching for teachers 2.Training trainers on nutrition and health care for adolescents 3.Training on basic food processing

    Ref: https://www.biotrop.org/news.php?act=news&id=536&kat= Ref: https://www.biotrop.org/news.php?act=news&id=571&kat=

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    2.2 In Country Training on Urban Agriculture for Special Education Teachers in Malaysia 8 - 11 August 2017 The training was designed to enable SPED teachers to acquire basic knowledge and skills on specific technologies appropriate for urban agriculture with expectation that such could be adopted in their respective schools and beyond

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 ActivitiesResponsible SEAMEO Centres and Partners 1.SEAMEO Regional Centre for Tropical Biology (BIOTROP) Lead 2.SEAMEO Regional Centre for Special Education Needs (SEN) 3.Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI)

    Ref: https://www.biotrop.org/news.php?id=572

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    Participants 30 SPED teachers from all states of Malaysia

    Output Participants formulated action plans to apply what they have learned in their respective schools and beyond

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    2.4 Towards an Association of Southeast Asian Nations Lifelong Learning Agenda March 2016 - July 2017

    The project was initiated in January 2016 to share best practices in lifelong learning among SEA nations to create a life long learning agenda. Conducted via studies of best practices, experts meetings, online portal and more.

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    Responsible SEAMEO Centres and Partners 1. SEAMEO Regional Centre for Life Long Learning

    (CELLL) Lead Centre 2. UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning 3. DVV International 4. NILE 5. Representatives from 11 SEAMEO Member Countries

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    Outcomes 1. A compendium of countries best practices in different aspects of

    lifelong learning, and government policies and strategies that enable development.

    2. A set of recommendations on policies, legislations, and financing for lifelong learning that will subsequently be presented for adoption.

    3. An online portal that serves as a hub for regional information exchange and lifelong learning best practice dissemination.

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    2.7Capacity-BuildingWorkshopforCommunityLearningCentresinLowerMekong2 day workshop in March 2017

    Background For CLC to function more effectively in the Lower Mekong region

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    Responsible SEAMEO Centres and Partners 1. SEAMEO Regional Centre for Life Long Learning (CELLL)

    Lead Centre 2. SEAMEO Secretariat 3. UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) 4. DVV International

    Participants 25 from lower mekong

  • SEAMEO Priority 2 Activities

    Outcomes 1. Paper abstracts, which will serve as reference for CLC best

    practrices in Lower Mekong 2. Foster collaboration among CLCs in Lower Mekong Participants

  • SEAMEO Other Initiatives

    https://www.techinasia.com/talk/full-guide-southeast-asia-digital-landscape-2017

  • SEAMEO Other Initiatives

    Open and Distance Learning Activities 1. SEAMEO Lectures Series 2. Online Lecture and Seminars for Teachers 3. Building ICT Culture for Education in Southeast Asia (SEAMOLEC)

  • SEAMEO Other InitiativesSEAMEO Lecture Series February-June 2017

    - 25 Lecture series and training programmes by SEAMEO Secretariat and 7 SEAMEO Regional Centres and 3 partners organisations.

    - 2,219 participants from Southeast Asia and beyond

  • Thank You Email: secretariat@seameo.org, tan@seameo.org

    SEAMEO Secretariat 920 Mom Luang Pin Malakul Centenary Building

    Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel : +66 (0) 2391-0144 Fax: +66 (0) 2381-2587

    Website: www.seameo.org

    mailto:secretariat@seameo.orgmailto:tan@seameo.orghttp://www.seameo.org/index.php

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