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Online Courses Developed for the APTE Participants
  • 25/02/21
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APCEIU has developed Online courses available for the Asia-Pacific Teacher Exchange for Global Education(APTE) Programme participants .


The APTE Programme, hosted by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and implemented by the APCEIU in collaboration with the Ministries of Education of the partner countries, is a bilateral teacher exchange programme with seven partner countries in the Asia-Pacific region Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines and Thailand.


APCEIU's new e-learning courses aim to improve participants’ understanding of the Programme, increase accessibility to lectures and promote the efficiency of programme operations by minimizing offline training through online lessons essential for the preparation of educational activities.


The courses covering 12 subjects (41 units) were developed with the cooperation of outstanding experts from each field for the APTE participants. These courses consist of 2 subjects for all participants and 10 subjects for Korean participants: Global citizenship education and teachers as global citizens (Professor. JHO Daehoon) Education System and Policy in Korea (Professor. KIM Ee-gyeong Cambodian History, Society, and Culture (Researcher. BOO Kyunghwan) Indonesian History, Society, and Culture (Dr. LEE Jihyouk) Laotian History, Society, and Culture (Professor. LEE Yohan) Malaysian History, Society, and Culture (Professor. HONG Seok-Joon) Mongolian History, Society, and Culture (Dr. Kim Janggoo) Philippine History, Society, and Culture (Professor. PARK Aileen) Thai History, Society, and Culture (Professor. SHIN Keun-hye) Role and competence of teacher in multicultural society (Professor. KIM Da Won) Korean language education as a foreign language (Professor. KIM Young Rang) Understanding the learning environment and classroom management in partner countries (Professor. HONG Youngki)


These online courses will be offered mainly to Korean teachers, and APCEIU will develop additional courses in English and other languages for teachers from partner countries in the second half of this year.