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Building Professional Excellence

For Education Assistants

As education assistants, your role plays a vital part in supporting students' educational journeys. 


  • Your collaboration with teachers and administrators ensures a holistic learning environment.

  • Your implementation of effective scaffolding techniques propels students' progress.


The primary goal of this workshop is to empower you by leveraging your strengths and providing you with updated tools to enhance your skills on the job.


By attending this workshop, you will gain valuable insights, enhance your effectiveness, and make a significant impact on students' learning outcomes.


December 8 - 9, 2023

8.30am - 3.30pm (Friday)

9.00 am - 2.00pm (Saturday)

Marriott Sukhumvit Park (Soi 24)

Bangkok, Thailand

Target Audience
  • Teaching Assistants

  • Learning Support Assistants

  • Paraeducators

Workshop Fee


Baht 16,500 per participant​

Group of 3 or more

Baht 15,000 per participant




For school based PD or to register more than 5 participants email

Agenda - Day 1

8.30am - 3.30pm

During this training day, our main objective will be to foster reflection and systems thinking, allowing participants to delve into their personal and pedagogical roles.


We will be utilizing structured reflection techniques, employing frameworks such as The Onion Model, Karpman Triangle, The Ladder of Inference, and the Scaffolding Framework for Teaching Assistants.


These frameworks are powerful tools that will guide us in examining our thoughts, behaviors, and interactions from different perspectives, ultimately leading to a deeper understanding of our teamwork and teaching practices.  

Agenda - Day 2

9.00am - 2.00pm

We will build upon our reflections from Day 1 and focus on outlining our personal system of efficiency and developing an action plan for its implementation.  


Additionally, we will explore the best ways to utilize AI  in supporting both teachers and students.

  • Participants will be actively engaged in the learning process.

  • The facilitator will serve as a coach and guide throughout their learning   journey.  She will work alongside participants and help them explore new concepts and apply new strategies in a supportive and collaborative setting.

  • Differentiation strategies will be used to group participants based on the nature of their job and experience.  

  • To sustain learning and support implementation, an online Padlet based learning and networking community will be created to address and share queries and ideas. 

Workshop Facilitator

Sonthaya (Sandy) Chutisacha, MSc. Counseling Psychology, has been involved in the field of education since 2005.


She has worked as a learning support assistant, school counselor, professional development coordinator, and most recently as a learning and instructional coach.

Sandy is a founding partner at Knowledge Source Institute (, an organization that coordinates professional development workshops.


In 2018, she launched KSI Academy (, a lab school aimed at promoting best practices in teaching and school administration. She is currently leading this initiative as a learning and instructional coach.

Reflections from past workshops

"The training is so good and the trainer inspires me alot." 

"I have gained alot of new ideas on improving my professional skills. The presenter was really informative helpful and friendly during the workshop."

"Networking with individuals from different parts of the world has been quite insightful for me. The contents in the workshop has been most useful and very interesting."

Some participating schools

Chatsworth International School (Singapore)

International School of Dhaka (Bangladesh)

Shenzhen Shekou International School (China)

British School Jakarta (Indonesia)

International Community School (Thailand)

International School of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

Prem International School


Shatin College (Hong Kong)

UWCSEA (Singapore)

Dulwich College Suzhou (China)

SISB (Thailand)

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