SEAMEO Regional Centre for Quality Improvement of Teachers and Education Personnel in Science (SEAMEO QITEP in Science)
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Founded 13 July 2009, simultaneously with SEAMEO QITEP in Language and SEAMEO QITEP in Mathematics. A regional centre of Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO).
Provide relevant and quality programmes in professional excellence for science teachers and education personnel through capacity building activities, resource sharing, research and development and networking; improve the quality of science teachers in the region; meet the needs for more extensive networks, sharing and exchanges.Available with paid subscription only.
Programmes: Enhance programme excellence and relevance through trainings, research and development activities and internships; Ensure financial viability; Increase access to promotion and marketing; Strengthen and increase linkages regionally and internationally. Organizes: conferences; seminars; workshops; symposia; training courses. Runs a radio station.
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