2019 ACEP Professional Development Fair Opening Ceremony
Friday, May 10, 2019
In the morning of Thursday, May 9, Our school held an opening ceremony for the 2019 ACEP Professional Development Fair which is being held at our school on May 9 – 10, 2019.
The ceremony started with Mr. Marcin Kempka, Head of Foreign Affairs, welcoming the ACEP Brothers, teachers, and staff to the ceremony. Mr. Marcin also discussed the overview of Professional Development at ACEP and the schedule for the next couple of days. Professional Development plays an important role at ACEP with seminars and training sessions organized during the months of May and October of each year. We also offer professional opportunities to our teachers during the academic year.
During the opening ceremony all the teachers and staff of our school bid farewell to Bro. Dr. Pisutr Vapiso who, after 7 years as ACEP director, will be taking over responsibilities as director of Assumption Samutprakarn School.
After thanking Bro. Pisutr for his hard work and dedication at ACEP, the teachers and staff welcomed Bro. Surasit Sukchai to ACEP. Everyone is looking forward to working with Bro. Surasit and is confident that under his leadership our school will continue on its successful path.
The opening ceremony also included welcoming of new foreign and Thai teachers to ACEP. Each of the new teachers was briefly introduced and presented with a small gift.
After the Opening Ceremony, the teachers joined various seminars and training sessions with invited experts:
The names of invited experts are below:
- Mr. Matthew Bennett, Regional Director, Qualifications (South East Asia), Oxford International AQA Examinations: STEM Thorough Project Based Learning
- Dr. Chairat Tosila, Lecturer in Curriculum and Instruction Department, Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University: From Curriculum to Learning Unit: Guideline of Curriculum Analysis for Learners’ Development
We believe that the knowledge gained during the sessions in the next couple of days will be implemented by our teachers for the benefit of ACEP students.