Mongolian representatives participating in 'Sharing Stories of Asia-Pacific Education Movements' conference

2020-11-25 14:22:10

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Director of Preschool Education Department of the Ministry of Education and Science J.Myagmar, specialist of the Ministry’s International Cooperation Department O.Oyunbileg and specialist of the Institute of Teacher’s Professional Development G.Telmen are participating in the SSAEM (Sharing Stories of Asia-Pacific Education Movements) conference of the Asia-Pacific Teacher Exchange for Global Education (APTE) program being organized virtually on November 24-26. 


Teachers involved in APTE between 2012 and 2019, stakeholders, and teachers of the Asia-Pacific region are taking part in the conference that allows them to present, share and expand the outcome of program. 


Incidentally, music teacher of School No. 1 of Zavkhan aimag Ch.Munkhbayar together with other teachers of the program partner countries performed a song called High School Musical for the opening of the SSAEM conference.


APTE is a bilateral teacher exchange program between the Republic of Korea and Asia-Pacific partner countries, hosted by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and implemented by the Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding under the auspices of UNESCO (APCEIU) in collaboration with the Ministries of Education of the partner countries. Launched with two partner countries -- Mongolia and the Philippines -- in 2012, APTE has grown into a well-known regional program, now working with seven partner countries in the Asia-Pacific region -- Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.