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EDF Launched a Monitoring Field Trip for Education Technology Support (ETS) Project Year 6
EDF launched a monitoring field trip for Education Technology Support (ETS) Project Year 6 during 28-31 January 2013 in 9 participating schools, including Baan Pracha Suksan School, Baan Don Mu Phosri School, Baan Poneyangkam School, Chumchon Nonehom Pailom School, Baan Nakae School, Baan Pueng School, Baan Nongkha Kokekung School, Baan Lao Phumi Kamthat School and Baan Kam Sawang, in Sakon Nakhon and Nakhon Phanom. EDF staff monitored their computer rooms, computers, animators, computer curriculums, computer activities as well as donated bicycles. 
EDF found that ETS Project benefits all participating schools. Students have opportunities to study and learn about computer from well-trained and skillful teachers and become more skillful in computer usage. However, almost all of the schools are unable to sustainably manage ETS Project. They cannot retain their computer teachers and provide appropriate internet speed to support the project activities. EDF will utilize this information to improve our ETS Project in the future. 






















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