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Level 1 Certification Workshop, Bangkok, Thailand, 1-2 September 2018

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EARCOS-SPONSORED PROFESSIONAL LEARNING WEEKEND COMPASS EDUCATION LEVEL 1 CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP “Thinking, Learning & Acting for a Flourishing & Sustainable World” When: September 1-2, 2018 (Saturday and Sunday) 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Where: Wells International School (On-Nut Campus) Trainers: Teresa Tung/Cindy Chen Who should attend: Teachers and leaders who want to integrate sustainability education, tackle complex global issues, and […]

Sustainable Warrior- Crossing Borders

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What is the definition of a border? It is a question that we have been asking our students at the Eastern Mediterranean International School since the start of the academic year. It is a question with so many answers from so many perspectives. According to the Oxford Dictionary, it is: ‘A line separating two countries, […]

Compass Youth Camp 2017 Reflections

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During the last week of June 2017, high school students from seven countries met for seven days at the Traidhos Three Generational Learning Community in Mae Rim, Thailand for Compass Education’s annual Compass Youth Leadership Camp. Known to its alumni and team as CYC, this camp bonds together aspiring leaders from around Asia who are […]

Youth Leadership for a Sustainable Future: the start of CYC 2017!

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The Compass Youth Camp (CYC) is almost upon us! This year we have students from Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and the Philippines. They will be taking part in activities involving system thinking, sustainability, and leadership for practical use in the Mae Kapiang Karen tribe village as well as in their home communities. The […]

CYC: My Source of Motivation

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I first went to my first CYC camp during the summer of 2015 and if I had to summarise my experience from that one week into one word, it would be “motivation”. I believe my change as a more ambitious student began from this camp that I attended. I specifically gained motivation from 2 main […]