AEISA

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AEISA Profile

AEISA History

AEISA is a non-profit educational organisation which was derived from the successful of 4 consecutive years of EIS Program (English for Integrated Study). The ASEAN English Integrated Study Association (AEISA) was first announced on October 21st, 2016 in Rayongwittayakom School in order to widen the innovation beyond the ASEAN Nations.

The first EIS project is ASEAN Youth Camp was introduced by Dr. Kitiporn Intasida held on 2013 in Kamalasai School, Kalasin Province, Thailand. The previous aims of gathering and immersing students and teachers from several countries to emphasize the use of English was prolonged and turned exclusively into greater vision of developing students and teachers in total.

Nowadays AEISA which represented by the secretariat of Thailand, Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam is aggressively promoting the idea and encouraging other country to participate in developing great future leaders.  

AEISA Philosophy

Education for children is a partnership among educators, parents and the community. The AEISA community provides learning opportunities for members in ASEAN and beyond, to encourage (or satisfy) their desire for learning through the development of moral, intellectual, physical, social-emotional and aesthetic purviews, and to enable them to develop well in a competitive globalised world.

AEISA Core Values

We believe in treating the community with respect and faith that help shape our members for the future by building a strong fraternity, deepening our expertise, and through forging partnership with education communities, for the growth and well-being of our students and teachers.  

AEISA Vision

Leading and inspiring our students to believe in themselves and to achieve better success in life.

AEISA Mission Statement

Nurturing our members for the future to make a difference in their life by inspiring their learning, instilling knowledge in them, and strengthening communities in ASEAN and beyond, so as to prepare them for taking on challenges of the future.

AEISA Executive Approach

AEISA Strategies

1. Innovate and Enhance teaching and learning Skills.

2. Strategic Collaboration with higher education Institution, University and Multinational Company.

3. Expertise Transfer and knowledge sharing about new innovation, approach and excellent achievement methodology.

4. Community Care between members’ countries and beyond.

AEISA Execution Strategies

1. Engaging students and teachers through annual AYC events.

2. Enhancing teacher’s expertise in the annual conference.

3. Building up fund to assist people in need.

4. Collaborating with multi-national organizations to increase world-recognition of the association and gaining support.

5. Advancing students’ and teachers’ cognitive activities through innovations and competitions.

6. Providing members with latest technology for innovations and instilling in them the flexibility to readily adapt to the changing technology.

7. Exchanging special expertise and knowledge by sharing learning with others.

8. Promoting and sharing diverse community beliefs, culture and backgrounds to induce self-esteem and national pride.

9. Enhancing awareness of English throughout all events to increase the opportunities for students and teachers to communicate and use English.

10. Collaborating with the universities and corporate companies to acquire the furthering study opportunities and scholarships.

AEISA Motto

"SHAPING FUTURE"

AEISA Logo

AEISA_Logoz

The Basic Definition

AEISA is driving the world towards Excellence.

 

The Colours

Orange

We're creative and friendly in delivering our missions among youth and others.

Blue

The world may trust on our professionalism in managing and delivering our promise.

Green

Our spirit in achieving goals grows perpetually.

White

The prospective future leaders are clean and healthy in all aspects.

Silver

Equivalence and balance among 5 core elements.

 

The Objects

Non-fixed dotted shape

Representing the AEISA target students and teachers who have different education, families, beliefs, economy and ethnic backgrounds worldwide.

Abstract Image

The growing plant shows that we are inspiring the youth to go beyond any age limits besides the Bird sculptured is our hope that all of us may freely fly high once the goals were achieved.

Blocked Letter

The thickness of our hearts and souls to counter any problems and issues in order to deliver the AEISA Vision.

Double ‘A' show upward Arrow

We are aiming for A’s in everything we do and keep on striving for a better level.

‘EIS' in the middle

“English for Integrated Study” is our first priority.

‘+' replaced the T  for FUTURE

Representing several member countries which have the same philosophy and support AEISA vision.

3D Globe

The concepts of EIS will be applied worldwide to merge the members together

 

The Chairman

Dr. Kittiporn Inthasida

Advisor 1

Dr. Surin Pitsuwan

Advisor 2

Dr. Sombat Suwanpitak

Advisor 3

Dr. Surapong Ngamsong

Vice Chairman

Mr. Kuswandi Tayen

Secretary 1

Dr. Kittiporn Inthasida

Secretary 2

Nukhairi Mohd Sohar (Mr. Tom)

Treasurer 1

Mr. Pairat Kongtongkum

Treasurer 2

Ms. Apatsarin Chantorn

Registrar 1

Mr. Suraphon Meenongwha

Registrar 2

Ms. Miruntee Tophawong

Our Strategies

ASEAN Youth Camp

This is the Grand Events hosted annually alternately by AESIA Member Nation. Great Camp for All...

Deliverablity of Expertise Transfer

We Share because We Care. Any innovation and proactive idea will be share among us in order to Shape the Future...

Strategic Collaboration

All opportunities whether competitions, conferences, seminars and else will be circulate through Nation Secretariats...

Keeps in Touch : aeisa.superb@gmail.com

No. Position Country Title Name Surname Email address School / Organisation
1 Chairman Thailand Dr. Kittiporn Inthasida Kittiporni[at]eisth.org Kamalasai School, Kalasin
2 Vice Chairman Malaysia Mr. Kuswandi Tayen kuswandi[at]moe.edu.my SM Sains Johor, Malaysia
3 Advisors Thailand Dr. Sombat Suwanpitak
4 Advisors Thailand Dr. Surapong Ngamsom mreis[at]eisth.org Thai EIS
5 Country Delegates Malaysia Dr. Khairul Husna Abdul Kadir khairulhusna[at]hotmail.com SM Agama Persekutuan Kajang
6 Country Delegates Vietnam Ms. Hoang Thi Kieu Dung kieudunght[at]gmail.com Nguyen Hue High School, Vietnam
7 Country Delegates Indonesia Mr. Ceng Mamad cengmamadjuara[at]gmail.com SMAN 3 Kota Sukabumi, Indonesia
8 Country Delegates Phillippines Ms. Elizabeth R.Camara ercamara[at]lorma.edu LORMA Colleges, Philippines
9 Country Delegates CamBodia Mr. Sean Phalla phallasean168[at]gmail.com
10 Country Delegates Thailand Mr. Wuttichai Wantamart Streesmutprakan School
11 Country Delegates Singapore Mr. Thomas Low lkwthomas[at]gmail.com Association for Philosophy in Learning
12 Country Delegates BhuTan Ms. Yanki Dem yangdem[at]gmail.com
Phuentsholing Higher Secondary School, Bhutan
13 Country Delegates Lao PDR Dr. Somchith Souksavath s0512svc[at]gmail.com Souksavath School, Vientiane
14 Secretary I Thailand Ms. Wanthana Chuchuai wanthana.chu[at]eisth.org Yanghomwittayakhom School, Chiang Rai
15 Treasurer I Thailand Mr. Pairat Kontongkum
16 Registrar I Thailand Mr. Suraphon Meenongwha suraphonme[at]eisth.org
17 Secretary II Malaysia Mr. Nukhairi Mohd Sohar tom[at]sciencejohor.com SM Sains Johor, Malaysia
18 Treasurer II Thailand Ms. Apatsarin Chantorn
19 Registrat II Thailand Miss Miruntee Tophawong miruntee.mt[at]eisth.org Plapakwittaya School, Nakhon Phanom
20 Co ordinators Phillippines Mr. Jerome B.Villanueva jvillanueva[at]lorma.edu LORMA Colleges, Philippines
21 Co ordinators Vietnam Ms. Nguyen ThiMy Han ntmyhan[at]gmail.com Nguyen High School, Hue City
22 Co ordinators Indonesia Mr. Anang Anandiar ananxaanang76[at]gmail.com SMAN 3 Kota Sukabumi, Indonesia
23 Co ordinators Combodia Miss. Norn Chhivvouch chhivvouch168[at]gmail.com Future Bright International School, Cambodia

WE DO APPRECIATE FOR YOUR COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS IN ORDER TO FASCINATE OUR COMMUNICATION MEDIUM & SKILLS BESIDES ENCOURAGING MORE MEMBERS TO JOIN US. WE WILL RESPOND TO YOUR MESSAGES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

Organisation Charts

The Board of Director Bhutan Secretariat Cambodia Secretariat Indonesia Secretariat Malaysia Secretariat Philippines Secretariat Thailand Secretariat Vietnam Secretariat

ASEAN Youth Camp

Series of ASEAN Youth Camp

No.

Programs

Location / Nation

Date

1.

Thailand ASEAN Youth Camp 2013

Kamalasai School, Kalasin,THAILAND

Jan 21-26, 2013

2.

Thailand ASEAN Youth Camp 2014

Kamalasai School, Kalasin,THAILAND

Feb 11-15, 2014

3.

Thailand ASEAN Youth Camp 2015

Phrapathomvittayalai School, Nakonpathom, THAILAND

June 1-12, 2015

4.

Thailand ASEAN Youth Camp 2016

Rayongwittayakhom School,THAILAND

Oct 17-22, 2016

5.

ASEAN Youth Camp Indonesia 2018

SMAN 3 Kota Sukabumi,INDONESIA

Jan 29-Feb 3, 2018

6.

ASEAN Youth Camp Malaysia 2019

SM Sains Johor, MALAYSIA

July 25 - 29, 2019

7.

Vietnam AEISA Youth Camp 2020

Coming Soon...

2020

8.

AEISA Youth Camp Philippines 2021

Coming Soon...

2021

9.

AEISA Youth Camp Bhutan 2022

Coming Soon...

2022

10.

AEISA Youth Camp Lao PDR 2023

Coming Soon...

2023

ASEAN Youth Camp by AEISA Logo AEISA Logo ASEAN Youth Camp Malaysia 2019 ASEAN Youth Camp Indonesia 2018 Thailand-ASEAN Youth Camp 2013 - 2016

The History

As Kamalasai school, Kalasin, Thailand, with the co-operation of Rajamongkala University of Technology Isan Kalasin Campus (RMUTI) and EIS Association Thailand organized 1st Kalasin Asean Youth Camp: KAYC last February 2013, the results of the camp make all participants satisfied and impressive.

All participants shared idea, experience, culture and worked together, further more, when they came back home after the camp, they can contact on socail media and become closed friends. Because of the achievement of KAYC, and because of the agreement of EIS schools net work in Thailand and Asean countries, EIS Association Thailand and Kamalasai school have to keep on organizing KAYC, but change the name to Thailand Asean youth camp 2014 : TAYC 2014.

           AEISA is stand for ASEAN English for Integrated Study Association which consists of all ASEAN Nation teachers and students is the most important association to drive the project. Since 2016, AEISA encourage all AEISA members to host ASEAN Youth Camp in their country in order to give the opportunities for members to immerse with local tradition. Besides, students and teachers from the hosts country may witness the function and movement of AEISA at minimal costs.             This Project is to invite students or the youth of Asean countries, and teachers  to participate and have variety of activities, sharing, exchanging culture and develop leadership for being the leaders of international understanding in the future.

Objectives

1.      To promote good  relationship between the youth and teachers of ASEAN countries.

2.      To enhance the youth to practice leadership characteristics  for ASEAN community.

3.      To share and exchange idea, experience and culture among the youth and teachers in ASEAN countries

4.      To organize the Asean Teachers Network Association : ATNA for the youth development of Asean

.      To promote mutual understanding among all ASEAN teachers and students without interfering by economy, geography, religious or ethnic background

.      To generate good relationship among ASEAN youth and teachers to drive secure and meaningful ASEAN Region

Linkages & Relationship

No.

Country

School / Institution

1

ASEAN

AEISA Board of Director & Secretariats

2

Thailand

Thai English for Integrated Study Association

3

Hong Kong

Carmel Divine Grace Foundation Secondary School

4

Bhutan

Phuentsholing Higher Secondary School

5

Macau

Macau Salesian Secondary School (Instituto Salesiano)

6

Brunei

Sekolah Menengah Sultan Shariff Ali

7

Vietnam

Nguyen Hue High School, Vietnam

8

Philippines

LORMA College, San Fernando City

9

Cambodia

Future Bright International School, Siem Reap

10

Lao PDR

Souksavath School, Vientiane

11

Singapore

Greenridge Secondary School

12

Singapore

Association for Philosophy in Learning

13

Singapore

Northland Secondary School

14

Singapore

Methodist Girls’ School

15

Thailand

Matthayom Watnairong School, Bangkoknoi

16

Thailand

Kamalasai School, Kalasin

17

Thailand

Hatyaiwittayalai (YORWOR) School

18

Thailand

Hatyaiwittayalai 2 (YORWOR 2) School

19

Thailand

Hatyaiwittayalai Somboonkulkanya School (YORSOR)

20

Thailand

Thungsong School, Tha Sala

21

Thailand

Thasalapratsitsuksa School, Tha Sala

22

Thailand

Streeyala School, Songkhla

23

Thailand

Yanghomwittayakhom School, Chiang Rai

24

Thailand

Chumpholphonphisai School, Nongkhai

25

Thailand

Srinagarindra The Mother Princess School, Phayao

26

Thailand

Sammakhi Wittayakhom School, Chiang Rai

27

Thailand

Chiangkham Wittayakhom School, Chiang Mai

28

Thailand

Anuban Phitsanulok School, Phitsanulok

29

Thailand

Suanboonyopatham Lamphun School, Lamphun

30

Thailand

Rayongwittayakhom School, Rayong

31

Thailand

Poolcharoen Wittayakom School, Samutprakarn

32

Thailand

Streesmutprakan School

33

Thailand

Phrapathomwittayalai School, Nakonpathom

34

Thailand

Hatyairathapachasun School

35

Thailand

Mahajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School, Songkhla

36

Thailand

Plapakwittaya School, Nakhon Phanom

37

Indonesia

SMA Negeri 3 Kota Sukabumi

38

Indonesia

Temasek Independent School

39

Indonesia

Sekolah Menengah Agama Insan Cendekia

40

Indonesia

SMA Negeri 2 Kota Bogor

41

Indonesia

SMA Negeri 5 Kota Bogor

42

Indonesia

SMA Negeri Binsus Kota Dumai

43

Indonesia

SMP Negeri Binsus Kota Dumai

44

Indonesia

SMP Negeri 4 Kota Dumai

45

Indonesia

SMP Negeri Tembilahan Hulu

46

Indonesia

SMP Negeri 2 Kota Dumai

47

Malaysia

SM Sains Johor

48

Malaysia

SM Agama Persekutuan Kajang

49

Malaysia

SM Sains Sultan Muhammad Jiwa

50

Malaysia

St. George's Secondary School

51

Malaysia

Sekolah Kebangsaan Kampong Melayu Kluang

52

Malaysia

SM Sains Sembrong

53

Malaysia

SM Sains Sultan Muzaffar Syah (MOZAC)

54

Malaysia

SBPI Selandar

55

Malaysia

SMK (F) Belitong

56

Malaysia

SMK (F) Kahang Timur

57

Malaysia

Sekolah Kebangsaan Dato Wan Kemara