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    A comparative study of teachers' perception towards school environment according to their demographics at Zhaotong experimental primary school, Yunnan province, China 

    Zhang, Ruilian; Yan, Ye (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    This study attempted to determine and compare the teachers’ perception towards school environment according to their demographics at Zhaotong experimental primary school, Yunnan province, China. A total of 157 teachers from grade 1 to 6 got involved in this study during the academic year 2016-2017. The researcher adopted the questionnaire based on Kate (2005) to determine teachers’ perception towards school environment of 6 indicators including health policies, physical environment, social environment, school-community relation, personal ...
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    A comparative study of university students' perceptions towards parental involvement according to their demographics at Myanmar institute of theology in Yangon, Myanmar 

    Awng, NP Brang San; Yan, Ye (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    The major purpose of this study was to investigate the amount of parental involvement from the perspectives of today’s university students including the examination of several variables (gender, ethnic background, parents’ annual income, parents’ education background, and location) to determine if different amount of parental involvement exists according to the students’ demographics at Liberal Arts program in Myanmar Institute of Theology, Yangon, Myanmar. A questionnaire was utilized as the primary research instrument. A total of 212 un...
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    The relationship of teachers' perception towards their leadership capacity and their level of job satisfaction in an international school in Bangkok 

    Braly, Bruce; Yan, Ye (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    The purpose of this research was to study the relationship of the teachers’ perception towards their leadership capacity and their level of job satisfaction in an international school in Bangkok during the academic year 2016-2017. This researcher used the high capacity leadership instrument adopted from Pierce (2007) based on Lambert’s (2003) leadership capacity school survey (LCSS), as well as the job satisfaction survey adopted from Drukpa (2004). The results showed there was a significant relationship between the teachers’ perception t...
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    A strategic leadership model for teacher evaluation using walkthroughs for student engagement at international school in Thailand 

    McGrath, John; Sangob Laksana (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    This study used a multi-method approach to develop a model that changed the focus of teacher evaluation by using walkthroughs to guide teacher evaluation in order to increase student engagement utilizing a strategic leadership model. The objectives were (1) to explore the current practices in teacher evaluation, walkthroughs, and student engagement, (2) to determine the current practices of teacher evaluation, walkthroughs and student engagement at international schools in Thailand, (3) to develop the proposed strategic leadership model i...
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    A comparative study of teachers' perception towards values education management according to their demographics at Bangkok Christian International School, Thailand 

    Cha, Daeyoung; Yan, Ye (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    The primary purpose of this research was to determine teachers' perceptions towards values education management according to their demographics in Bangkok Christian International School in Thailand. The study surveyed all 45 teachers in Pre-school, Elementary school, and High school department at Bangkok Christian International School in Thailand during the academic year 2016-2017. The research used the questionnaire adopted from Ye’s (2006) study, based on the Ministerial Council on Education in Australian (2002). The research found that...
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