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Jeffrey Mang Ha Kei, a teacher from Ma On Shan Ling Liang Primary School in Hong Kong, has won UNESCO Bangkok's Happy Schools Video Contest with this creative video featuring a time traveler from a future where schools have been replaced by virtual reality...More
The NEQMAP Secretariat staff and members share their thoughts on the network, which in only a few years has become a valuable platform for sharing and collaboration on improving quality learning assessments in Asia-Pacific, an area of fundamental importanc...More
As part of the series of UNESCO Bangkok Special Seminars, the Section for Inclusive Quality Education organized a learning seminar on Monday, 22 May 2017, facilitated by Dr. Julia Kim from the GNH Centre Bhutan . The seminar explored the concept, fundament...More
On April 20,2017, the NEQMAP Secretariat at UNESCO Bangkok Office hosted an interactive webinar on "Transversal Competencies & their Assessment: Perspectives from Asia-Pacific" at 10am from Bangkok, Thailand. BACKGROUND: Our ever-changing world requires le...More
The Network on Education Quality Monitoring in the Asia-Pacific (NEQMAP) Secretariat at UNESCO Bangkok organized its first webinar “How to ensure universal learning? Findings and experiences from Asia-Pacific” in collaboration with the OECD. The webinar wa...More