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SEALNet's mission is to bring service to Southeast Asia and to promote the spirit of service leadership in the region.
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By dcgreer
  Finance Director Southeast Asian Service Leadership Network PO Box 19739 Stanford, CA 94309 finance@sealnetonline.org Ping and Amy Chao Family Foundation 800 High Street, Suite 408 Palo Alto, CA 94301   Re: Your Donation to SEALNet   Dear Ping and Amy Chao Family ...

By edwinksl
08/31/2009 (Monday) We had our last two mathematics classes today and the topic was geometric transformations, specifically translations. The first class was pushed forward by an hour and thus caught us and the mathematics teacher off-guarded. The teacher was extremely competent at h...

By edwinksl
08/28/2009 (Friday) The topic for today’s mathematics classes was percentages. We had two mathematics classes today but unfortunately, the mathematics teacher was not around to teach as she was away for a meeting. For both classes, we began with some fun mathematics tricks which th...

By edwinksl
08/27/2009 (Thursday) Today’s class was also about tessellations, but we taught a different class of students. After working on the feedback we got from teaching tessellations on Tuesday, we finally went into action this morning with a revamped style of teaching that incorporates m...

By edwinksl
08/26/2009 (Wednesday) We did not have mathematics classes today, thus we rendered our services at other components in the morning and afternoon. Of course, being hardworking people (as always!), we delved into the details of tomorrow’s lesson plan and then discussed the plan with ...

By edwinksl
08/25/2009 (Tuesday) 8:30 a.m. in the morning, a time that can be disconcertingly early for many undergraduates (like us in the team!); it however marked the first time we stepped into the classroom to teach mathematics. We were also fortunate to have Beer, Paul, Jasmine, Diane, and A...

By edwinksl
08/24/2009 (Monday) Hello everyone! Nics and I (Edwin) are really excited to be looking after the 8 th grade mathematics classes in the Tessabaan 5 School. Nics is from Thailand and is a rising sophomore majoring in mathematics at Brown University while I am a rising junior/senior s...

By amiu
  Hey friends, I’m home. I would like to thanks all of you for making my past week so awesome. I’m very sorry that I have to leave the school before we finish the project (doesn’t mean I’m leaving the project – I’ll still be working!). However, this is a compromise t...

By amiu
  Hey guys,  It’s Jaz. I noticed that we have had many posts about project updates, so here’s an informal one about how our social life is taking place during PT 09.  First of all, food! It seems that recently everyone has become quite happier providing that we ke...

By amiu
  08/31/2009 (Monday) We had our last two mathematics classes today and the topic was geometric transformations, specifically translations. The first class was pushed forward by an hour and thus caught us and the mathematics teacher off-guarded. The teacher was extremely compete...