2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award

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The Report of Best Practices: 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award
Theme: Education for Disaster Risk Reduction

This  report: “Best Practices: 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award” highlights outstanding programmes on Education for Disaster Risk Reduction implemented by four schools across Southeast Asia which were the overall winners of the 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award.  We hope this report will improve schools and educators’ knowledge about Education for Disaster Risk Reduction and expand their current Education for Disaster Risk Reduction practices.

The SEAMEO Secretariat wishes to express our appreciation to MEXT for its partnership in promoting ESD among schools and communities in Southeast Asian countries.  We would also like to thank Southeast Asian Ministries of Education and SEAMEO Regional Centres for promoting this initiative to schools in their respective countries.

Special appreciation goes to the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd for their collaboration and contribution as supporting partners.  We would also like to thank the Judging Committee, namely: Professor Kazuyuki Mikami, President of the Miyagi University of Education; Dr Art-ong Jumsai Na Ayudhaya, Director of the Institute of Sathya Sai Education, Thailand; Mr Takashi Asai, Director, Office for International Cooperation, MEXT, Japan, and; Mr Danilo Padilla, ESD Programme Coordinator and Liaison Officer, UNESCO Bangkok.

We are thankful to all the participating schools and for their willingness to share and exchange their school practices on the SEAMEO website.  This generosity of this knowledge sharing will enable more schools and communities to plan Disaster Risk Reduction strategies and develop programmes that reduce risk and losses caused by natural disasters.


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Announcement of Awardees

The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan in cooperation with UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. would like to congratulate all awardees and express appreciation to schools who participated in the 2012 SEAMEO-Japan Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Award under the theme of 'Education for Disaster Risk Reduction'.

Appreciation is also extended to the Ministries of Education of Southeast Asian countries, SEAMEO Regional Centres and Educational Development Agencies who contributed and supported this 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award.

1st Prize
State High School No.1 Kungyangon, Myanmar

Address: Kungyagon Township, Yangon Region
Country: Myanmar
Education Level: Grade 1 to Grade 11
Number of Teachers: 45
Number of Students: 1,458
School Principal: Ms Daw Saw Phone Kyi

Title of the School's Activity/Programme: School Disaster Management Plan (SDMP) and Activities of the State High School No. 1 Kungyangon

Attachments:
Atth1

2nd Prize
Iliranan Elementary School, Philippines

Address: So. Iliranan. Brgy, Codcod, San Carlos City, Negros Occidental
Country: Philippines
Education Level: Kindergarten to Grade 6
Number of Teachers: 15
Number of Students: 439
School Principal: Mr Gary P. Magnanao

Title of the School's Activity/Programme: IDEP -- Iliranan Disaster Education Programme and SCAPED -- School and Community Always Prepared and Equipped for Disaster

Attachments:
Atth1

3rd Prize
MIN Jejeran (Jejeran State Islamic Elementary School), Indonesia

Address: Jati, Wonokromo, Pleret, Bantul, Province Daerah Istimewa, Yogyakarta
Country: Indonesia
Education Level: Grade 1 to Grade 6
Number of Teachers: 22
Number of Students: 388
School Principal: Drs Abdul Haris Nufika

Title of the School's Activity/Programme: Disaster is not Our Enemy - Mobilising School Community to Implement Disaster Risk Reduction Efforts in MIN Jejeran

Attachments:
Atth1, Atth2, Atth3, Atth4, Atth5, Atth6,
Atth7

Special Prize
from the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
for the best Disaster Risk Reduction activity carried out in
small schools of less than 150 students


Wat Soumpouathong School, Thailand

Address: Bangsam-Bangmaemaye Road, Bangtakean Tombol, Songpenong, Suphanburi Province
Country: Thailand
Education Level: Kindergarten 1 to Grade 6
Number of Teachers: 6
Number of Students: 88
School Principal: Dr Amolwon Sriprasert

Title of the School's Activity/Programme: Life's Happiness with the Natural based on Local Technology

Attachments:
Atth1, Atth2

List of Entries Submitted by Schools and Sharing of Best Practices

The following are the list of 70 entries from 69 schools in Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The organisers and the Judging Committee would like to express appreciation for your participation in this 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award and sharing of the school’s best practice to other schools and educators.

School
City/ Province
Educational Level/ Number of Students
Project Name
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INDONESIA (19 entries)
       
1. Al Azhar 9 Islamic Junior High School Kemang Pratama
West Java
Grade 7-9,
548 Students
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2. Junior High School 26 Surabaya
Surabaya
Grade 7-9,
966 Students
 
3. MIN Jejeran (Jejeran State Islamic Elementary School)
Yogyakarta
Grade 1-6,
388 Students
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4. Perek Barat Elementary School
East Java
Grade 1-6,
1049 Students
 
5. SD Muhammadiyah Pandes (Muhammadiyah Pandes Elementary School)
Yogyakarta
Grade 1-6,
116 Students
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6. SDN 003 Balikpapan Selatan
Balikpapan (Kalimantan Timur)
Grade 1-6,
980 Students
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7. SDN1 Balerante
Jawa Tengah
Primary Level,
106 Students
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8. SDN 2 Banda Aceh
Banda Aceh
Primary Level,
580 Students
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9. SDN 2 Parangiritis
Yogyakarta
Grade 1-6,
196 Students
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10. SMA Pertiwi 1 Padang
Sumatera Barat
Senior High School,
841 Students
 
11. SMAN 1 Kretek
Yogyakarta
Grade 10-12,
305 Students
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12. SMKN 1 Balikpapan
East Kalimantan
Technical Vocational High School,
1961 Students
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13. SMKN 59 Jakarta (Vocational High School)
Jakarta
Senior Vocational High School,
415 Students
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14. SMKN Model Gorontalo (Model Vocational High School)
Gorontalo
Vocational High School,
365 Students
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15. SMPN 2 Imogiri
Yogyakarta
Junior High School (Grade10-12),
536 Students
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16. SMPN 2 Mamuju
Sulawesri Barat
Junior High School,
1019 Students
Disaster Risk Reduction
 
17. SMPN 4 Denpasar
Bali
Junior High School,
1470 Students
 
18. SMPN 11 Bandung
Jawa Barat
Junior High School,
n/a
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19. SMPN 17 Kendari
Kota Kendari
Junior High School,
654 Students
 
LAO PDR (2 entries)
       
20. KM 38 Dhamma Centre
Parkneum District
Non-formal Education,
200 Students
 
21. Sathit Secondary School
Vientiane
Secondary Level,
1762 Students
 
MALAYSIA (11 entries)
       
22. Canossian Convent Primary School
Johor
Grade 1-6,
145 Students
Proper Way in Disposal of Used Plastic Bags
 
23. Johor Bahru Religious National Secondary School (SMK Agama Johor Bahru)
Johor
Secondary 1-5,
599 Students
Education for Disaster Risk Reduction Programme
 
24. Ming Tee Primary School
Sarawak
Grade 1-6,
156 Students
DIY Multi-purpose Plant Enzyme Product
 
25. Sekolah Kebangsaan Cator Avenue
Ipoh
Primary Level,
711 Students
 
26. Sekolah Kebangsaan Sungai Baru Primary School
Perlis
Grade 1-6,
280 Students
Tsunami Disaster Education Awareness Programme
 
27. Sekolah Kebangsaan Tasek Permai
Pinang
Kindergarten -
Grade 6,
418 Students
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28. Sekolah Tengku Budriah
Perlis
Grade 1-6,
900 Students
Flood Disaster Education and Awareness Programme (2012): Get Ready When It Comes!
 
29. SMK Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu
Sabah
Secondary Level,
5609 Students
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30. SMK Benoni Paper
Sabah
Secondary Level,
1014 Students
 
31. SMK Matunggong
Sabah
Secondary Level Form 1-5,
587 Students
 
32. SMK Seri Nibong
Nibong Tebal
Secondary Level Form 1-5,
780 Students
Green School Project
 
MYANMAR (1 entry)
       
33. State High School No.1 Kungyangon
Yangon
Grade1-11,
1458 Students
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PHILIPPINES (18 entries)
       

34.

Abellana National School
Cebu
Secondary Level,
5845 Students
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35. Bonuan Buquig National High School
Pangasinan
Secondary Level,
2058 Students
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36. Cabasi STA. Rosa Elementary School
Iloilo
Kendergarten 1 to Grade 6,
566 Students
Earthquake, Fire and Evacuation Safety Plan
 
37. Camotes National High School
Cebu
Grade 7-10,
971 Students
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38. Caraga Regional Science High School
Surigao del Norte
Grade 7 to Fourth Year High School,
467 Students
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39. Cotabato City Central Pilot School
Cotabato
Kindergarten to
Grade 6,
7251 Students
Earthquake Drill and Fire Drill
 
40. College of the Immaculate Conception-Grade School
Cabanatuan
Nursery to Grade 6,
1149 Students
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41. Iligan City East High School (ICEHS) -- Santiago Annex
Iligan

Secondary Level,
513 Students

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42. Iliranon Elementary School
Negros Occidental
Kindergarten to
Grade 6,
439 Students
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43. J Marquez Elementary School
Cotaboto
Elementary Level,
1712 Students
JMES Flexicurriculum As Innovation to Basic Education during Disaster
 
44. La Curva Elementary School
Mindoro
Kindergarten to
Grade 6,
495 Students
Program HELP (Holistic Edutainment for Learning and Promotions)
 
45. Miriam College High School
Quezon City
Secondary Level,
2021 Students
The Extent of Integration of Environmental Education in the Curriculum of Miriam College High School: An Evaluation, MCHS Crisis Management Plan, Emergency Drills (Earthquake and Fire) and Enrichment through Seminars/Workshops
 
46. Noorul Eilm Academy, INC
Cotabato
Kindergarten to Grade 5 and Technical Vocation Level,
291 Students
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47. Philippine Normal University -- Center for Teaching and Learning
Manila
Kindergarten 1 to Grade 10,
496 Students
 
48. Surigao City pilot School
Surigao City
Kindergarten 1 to Grade 6,
2,658 Students
Project A.L.E.R.T (Awareness and Readiness in case of Fire, Landslide, Earthquake, Tsunami and Typhoon)
 
49. Tabaco National High School
Tabaco City
Grade 7 to Fourth Year High School,
6300 Students

Project Rain Gauge

 
50. Tibagan National High School (TNHS)
Bulacan
Grade 7 to Year II to IV,
1274 Students
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51. Venancio Siarza Memorial Elementary School
Mindanao
Kindergarten to
Grade 6,
122 Students
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THAILAND (12 entries)
       
52. Ammartpanichnukul School
Krabi Province
Grade 7-12,
2884 Students
 
53. Anubanpinitwittaya Lampang School
Lampang Province
Kindergarten 1-3,
452 Students
 
54. Bangphonua School
Patumthani Province
Kindergarten 1 to Grade 6,
123 Students
 
55. Banmuangsampee School
Lamphun Province

Kindergarten 1 to Grade 6,
262 Students

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56.

Bangrakam School
Phitsanulok Province
Kindergarten 1 to Grade 9,
450 Students
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57. Jirasart Whittaya School
Ayutthaya Province
Kindergarten 1 to Grade 9,
3645 Students
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58. Kasintorn Academy
Bangkok
Nursery to Grade 12,
700 Students
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59. Lampang Wittaya School
Lampang Province
Kindergarten 1 to Grade 6,
590 Students
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60. Rongkham School
Kalasin Province
Grade 7-12,
2115 Students
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61. Rongkham School
Kalasin Province
Grade 7-12,
2115 Students
 
62. Wat Soumpouathong School
Supanburi Province
Kindergarten to
Grade 6,
88 Students
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63. Wat Toomhoo School
Singburi Province
Kindergarten to
Grade 9,
141 Students
 
VIETNAM (7 entries)
       
64. Ben Tre City Secondary School
Ben Tre Province
Grade 6-9,
1718 Students
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65. Hung Hoi Secondary School
Bac Lieu Province
Grade 6-9,
477 Students
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66. Ly Tu Trong Secondary School
Qang Nam Province
Grade 6-9,
1320 Students
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67. Nguyen Du Secondary School
Ho Chi Minh City
Grade 6-9,
n/a
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68. Nguyen Quang Dieu High School for Gifted
Dong Thap Province
n/a
How We Can Prevent the Disaster ?
 
69.

Phan Boi Chau Junior High School

Dong Thap Province
n/a
Educating Students to Prevent Natural Disaster
 
70. Ah Thanh 3 Primary School
Dong Thap Province
Elementary Level
Sustainable Education Development
 

Judging Committee of the 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award:

Chair:
Dr Witaya Jeradechakul
Director, SEAMEO Secretariat

Members:

  1. Expert on ESD and Education for Disaster Risk Reduction from Japan
      • Prof Dr Kazuyuki Mikami
        President
        Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, Japan

  2. Expert on ESD from Southeast Asian Region
      • Dr Art-ong Jumsai Na Ayudha
        Director of the Society for the Preservation of Water, Thailand
        Director of the Institute of Sathya Sai Education, Thailand
        Chief Administrator of the Sathya Sai School, Thailand
        Official Trainer of Teachers for the Ministry of Education in Human Values Education Thailand

  3. Representative from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan
      • Mr Takashi Asai
        Director, Office for International Cooperation, International Affairs Division, Minister's Secretariat, MEXT, Japan

  4. Representative from UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education (Bangkok)
      • Mr Danilo Padilla
        ESD Programme Coordinator and Liaison Officer
        UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education (Bangkok)

  5. Representatives from SEAMEO
      • Dr Handoko
        Deputy Director (Programme and Development), SEAMEO Secretariat
      • Dr Tinsiri Siribodhi
        Deputy Director (Administration and Communications), SEAMEO Secretariat

Details of the 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award
Theme: Education for Disaster Risk Reduction

I. Background

In 2002, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 57/254 and declared the period 2005-2014 as the "United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development" (DESD) and made UNESCO the lead agency in coordinating and promoting the implementation of the decade.

According to the United Nations General Assembly Headquarters in New York on 1 March 2005, ESD is defined as a "dynamic and expansive undertaking that envisions a world where every person has the chance to benefit from educational opportunities and to learn the lifestyles, behaviors and values necessary to create a sustainable future."

A series of regional and national DESD launches followed the declaration in different parts of the world. The DESD offers an opportunity to promote the vision of a more sustainable and just global community through different forms of education that enable individuals to develop the understanding, knowledge, skills and values necessary to improve the quality of life in a sustainable manner. ESD consists of three pillars of sustainable development: society; environment; and economy. The perspectives of ESD under each pillar are as follows:

  1. Socio-Cultural perspectives: human rights, peace and human security, gender equality, cultural diversity and intercultural understanding, health, HIV/AIDS and governance.
  2. Environmental perspectives: natural resources, biodiversity, climate change, rural transformation, sustainable urbanization, and education for disaster risk reduction and mitigation.
  3. Economic perspectives: poverty reduction, corporate responsibility and accountability, and market economy.

In support of the DESD, the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan (MEXT) in cooperation with UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. are pleased to announce the launch of the SEAMEO-Japan Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Award. The award will be held every year from 2012 to 2014 to promote and share best practices in ESD in schools across Southeast Asia.

The objectives of the SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award are:

  1. To raise awareness of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in schools and communities across Southeast Asia;
  2. To promote ESD best practices in schools and communities across Southeast Asia;
  3. To share and exchange knowledge and best practices on ESD in schools across Southeast Asia and Japan; and
  4. To encourage networking among schools and communities which implement ESD practices in both Southeast Asian countries and Japan.
II. Theme for 2012: Education for Disaster Risk Reduction

Each year, the award will be organized under a new theme that highlights the emerging issues in the region which are related to Education for Sustainable Development.

Due to recent natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, landslides, droughts, cyclones and storms that have caused massive destruction, including the loss of lives and a devastating effect on communities in Japan and in Southeast Asian countries, the organizers agreed to organize the very first award under the theme of "Education for Disaster Risk Reduction". This year's theme aims:

  1. To raise awareness of Education for Disaster Risk Reduction among schools and communities in Southeast Asia;
  2. To promote and share best practices of Education for Disaster Risk Reduction within schools and communities in Southeast Asia; and
  3. To prepare schools and communities in Southeast Asia plan strategies that reduce risk and losses caused by natural disasters.
III. All schools in Southeast Asian countries are invited to enter the competition

All public and private schools in the 11 SEAMEO Member countries, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam are invited to submit best practices on reducing risk and loss from natural disasters.

IV. Prizes for the winning schools

1) 1st Prize

  • US$1,500
  • A study tour to Japan for four days
    (The organizer will sponsor the travel expenses for 4-6 persons which includes roundtrip airfares, accommodation for 3 nights, domestic transportation in Japan, interpreter, and visa fees)

2) 2nd Prize

  • US$1,000

3) 3rd Prize

  • US$500

4) A special prize from the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. for the best Disaster Risk Reduction activity carried out in small schools of less than 150 students

  • US$1,000

All winning schools will receive a plaque of recognition and a certificate for teachers and students involved in planning and implementing the Disaster Risk Reduction programme.

A representative of the winning schools will be sponsored to participate in the award presentation ceremony which will be held at the SEAMEO High Officials Meeting in November 2012 in Thailand.

All participating schools that have submitted entries relevant to the theme will be recognized (name, project name and country) on the SEAMEO website and the winning schools' details will also be posted on the SEAMEO Website.

V. Judging criteria

The judging committee will consider the following criteria in selecting the winning schools:

1. Innovation and creativity

    • The school team has developed innovative activities for Disaster Risk Reduction.
    • The entry is a new idea/concept or an improved/adapted version of an existing activity, implemented by the school.

2. Strategy/ modality of implementation

    • Education for Disaster Risk Reduction is incorporated in the school management plan and policy.
    • Goals/ objectives of Disaster Risk Reduction are clearly stated in the plan.
    • Appropriate and effective methods and resources are used to promote the Disaster Risk Reduction to teachers, students and communities.
    • Disaster Risk Reduction is integrated into the curriculum or teaching and learning activities
    • Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms are clearly stated as part of the activity/plan.

3. Reliability

    • Results, after implementing the activity/plan, have shown the effectiveness and benefits of the Disaster Risk Reduction activity/ programme.
    • Monitoring and evaluation of the plan or activities verifies the reliability.

4. Sustainability

    • The school has received support from stakeholders, local government and communities such as financial or in-kind support.
    • The school has a plan to sustain the Disaster Risk Reduction activity/ programme of the school.
    • The school has fully integrated the Disaster Risk Reduction activity and plan in the school management plan and teaching and learning activities across subjects for long-term actions.

5. Impact

    • Results of the evaluation have shown benefits that the teachers/students/communities gained from the implementation of the Disaster Risk Reduction activity/plan.
    • The Disaster Risk Reduction activity/plan has changed the attitude and behavior of students/ teachers and communities.

6. Applicability

    • The Disaster Risk Reduction activity/plan can be applied or replicated in other communities and with other natural disasters.
VI. The Judging committee

The Judging Committee consists of experts in the areas of education, Education for Sustainable Development and Education for Disaster Risk Reduction from Japan and Southeast Asian region. The decision of the Judging Committee shall be final and unappealable.

VII. Guidelines for submission of entries
  1. Schools must ensure that the SEAMEO Secretariat receives their entries by 25 August 2012.
  2. Each school can submit up to a maximum of two entries (1 submission form for each entry).
  3. The submission of the school Disaster Risk Reduction activity/programme must be done through the template "Submission Form of SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award".
  4. Information on the school's activity/programme and photo captions must be in English.
  5. Teaching and learning materials, manuals, and student worksheets can be submitted in PDF format or in the original copy. The teaching and learning materials can be in local language; however a brief translation in English should be included.
  6. All submissions should include related photos.
  7. Schools can submit the "Submission Form of SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award" and materials by

    a) Email: seameojapan.award@seameo.org and/or
    b) Post to:

    SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award
    SEAMEO Secretariat
    920 Sukhumvit Road
    Klongtoey District,
    Bangkok 10110, THAILAND.

  8. All entries submitted to the SEAMEO Secretariat will be acknowledged. If the school has not received acknowledgement of receipt from the SEAMEO Secretariat within one week, please contact the SEAMEO Secretariat (Email: seameojapan.award@seameo.org).

     

VIII. Important dates
1 May to
25 August 2012

Period for submission of entries to the SEAMEO Secretariat by schools

25 August 2012

The last day for submission of entries
(Deadline extension from 10 August 2012 to 25 August 2012)

30 September 2012

Announcement of the winning schools on the SEAMEO website

November 2012

Award presentation ceremony at the SEAMEO High Officials Meeting in Thailand

February 2013

Study visit programme in Japan for the 1st winning school

 

IX. Contact information

For enquires, please contact:
SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award
SEAMEO Secretariat 920 Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey District, Bangkok 10110, THAILAND
Email: seameojapan.award@seameo.org
Tel: +66 (0) 2391 0144 I Fax: +66 (0) 2381 2587

XI. Information/resources for downloading

Information about the 2012 SEAMEO-Japan ESD Award

Other relevant resources: