I’ve spent most of my life in Thailand, but have been abroad a few times, most notably to Cardiff where I studied on the Bridge Programme (and was awarded the ‘Most Excellent Student’ award).
I obtained my Bachelors of Education from Rajabhat Rambhaibarni University in Chantaburi some years ago; and my Masters of Education from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok in 2014 (click here for a list of my qualifications).
I teach at a state school called Prasartwittaya school, and I’ve been here since January 2016 (prior to that, I taught at Krathiamwittaya School for 3.5 years); both schools are located in Surin province, Thailand.
For those visitors who aren’t in Thailand, or are unfamiliar with Thailand’s geography, Surin is in the North-east of the country, about 480 km from Bangkok.
As a member of the school’s foreign department, my role and other functions include:
As you can no doubt imagine, with a school of 3,000 pupils, there’s a lot going on, so I invite you to look through my site, to learn a little more about me, my educational qualifications, achievements, awards, and so on.
I have carried out the following principal research and writing tasks: