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About RoW SE Asia

River of Words Southeast Asia is a partnership between Earth Matters Educational Consultancy, the Traidhos Barge and the River of Words International Competition.

Initiated in Janaury of 2015, we will hold an annual competition for the Southeast Asia Region to recognize students and teachers that value and appreciate environmental education and conservation of our waterways.

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River of Words Southeast Asia Judges

 

Lynda- RoW SE Asia Contest Judge

Lynda- RoW SE Asia Contest Judge

Lynda Rolph

Lynda worked for many years as a primary teacher in UK, then as an environmental educator in Thailand. She currently heads up a community for learning in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Lynda values the arts as a way for young people to get in touch with the environment and to think creatively about how to conserve it.

 

 

 

Stan (Erin Stanley)- RoW SE Asia Contest Judge

Stan- RoW SE Asia Contest Judge

Erin ‘Stan’ Stanley

Coming from the driest state in the driest country in the world (South Australia, Australia), water has always been a resource to use responsibly. I have been working in Thailand on the mighty Chao Phraya river for the past eight years, seeing every day how water is so important for our every day lives, wherever you may live in the world.I am pleased to be a part of River of Words in South East Asia helping students to learn, create and share. To realise that imagination can teach and inspire just as much as facts and figures! I look forward to seeing such work as a part of this thoughtful project.

 

 

 

Kenny- RoW SE Asia Regional Representative

Kenny- RoW SE Asia Regional Representative

Kenny Peavy

Kenny worked as a classroom science teacher for 15+ years in the USA, Malaysia and Indonesia. From 1998 – 2000 he served as a River of Words judge and teacher trainer for the state of Georgia when he worked as a Naturalist at Sandy Creek Nature Center.

Kenny believes that playing outdoors is crucial for all of us. When we get outside and connect with Nature we ignite a creative spark that inspires us to create art and write poetry.

 


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