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    An Application of the Instructional Leadership Model at Schools in the Kachin Area of Myanmar 

    Seng, Khun; Nathara Mhunpiew (David Publishing Company, 2014)

    The model is created to develop instructional leadership with the purpose of promoting the quality of teaching and learning and students’ achievement at schools in the Kachin area of Myanmar. Therefore, a development of an instructional leadership model will be applied to prepare the Kachin students for the 21st century. Thus, five projects, namely: (a) motivation for teachers and students; (b) managing teaching and learning; (c) developing collaborative culture; (d) relationship with other countries and inside the country; and (e) professional ...
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    Authentic Leadership, Social Cognitive Theory, and Character Education: The Transforming of Theories into Practices 

    Jerome Banks; Nathara Mhunpiew (US-China Education Review B, 2012)

    Character development must balance academic achievement. International school environments are diverse and multicultural settings, containing a learning-focused culture. This investigation constructs the sophisticated elements of authentic leadership and the complexities of the social cognitive theory as factors that produce a practical approach to character development in international schools. The research referenced solidifies this claim by providing evidence to the significance of this theory-based approach. The propose of this study is to ...
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    Brain Circulation: the Issue of Brain Drain and Brain Gain 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; Mark Kolenberg (SPR Academic Forum, 2016-08)

    Nowadays in our modern society, globalization and advanced technology have led to new ways of learning. Until the end of the 20th century, learning occurred particularly through traditional way of learning such as in-class education. Students or learners did not have the choice in the way of learning – in-class or online – they had to go to class and learn in the classroom with teachers and other students. Since the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century new ways of learning have emerged: it is now possible in nowadays ...
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    The development of a strategic leadership model for teacher instructional competencies at the private higher education institutions in Mindanao, Philippines 

    Estudillo, Haide Mallorca; Nathara Mhunpiew (2021)

    The purpose of the study was to develop a strategic leadership model for teacher instructional competencies at the private higher education institutions in Mindanao, Philippines. To achieve the six objectives of the study, the researcher employed the exploratory mixed-method research design by collecting substantial qualitative data from sources such as books, journals, online sources, and an interview. While the quantitative research design by collecting data using the survey questionnaire. There were 229 teachers and seven school leaders from ...
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    Development of a vocabulary instruction model for content and language integrated learning for English language learners in Bangkok 

    Robert McBain; Nathara Mhunpiew (Latin American Journal of Content and Language Integrated Learning, 2014)

    This paper presents a research project on content vocabulary instruction with a focus on the development of a model to improve vocabulary learning in a content and language integrated learning (CLIL) environment. The model was based on Cronbach's (1942) and Stahl and Fairbanks' (1986) theories of vocabulary learning, and culminating in a productive stage of specific vocabulary. The model also relates to the analysis of classroom discourse which highlights the importance of a student-centred learning approach, where emphasis is placed on encouraging ...
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    A development of an academic leadership model for higher education in India 

    Dani, Asmita; Nathara Mhunpiew (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    Academic leadership is one of the major factors that can address the challenges of 21st century and subsequently enhance the quality of higher education. The aim of this study is to develop a model of academic leadership for higher education in India for which it has employed a sequential mixed methods strategy. Qualitative data gathered from the research literature is analyzed by recursive interim content analysis to explore academic leadership. The findings of content analysis are used to develop research instruments. The survey questionnaires ...
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    Khun Seng; Nathara Mhunpiew (Assumption University, 2014)

    The development of instructional leadership model is created to elevate the quality of teaching and learning for schools in the Kachin area of Myanmar. The study attempted to answer the research questions such as (1) what are the desirable characteristics of instructional leadership and the needs for school improvement?, (2) what are the current practices of the instructional leadership in schools?, (3) what are the expectations of the instructional leadership in schools?, and (4) what is the development of instructional leadership model that can ...
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    Ambika Subrahmanya; Nathara Mhunpiew (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2015)

    The main aim of this study was to identify principal leadership responsibilities to develop principal leadership model at International Baccalaureate schools in Thailand. Transformational and instructional leadership approaches along with both qualitative and quantitative elements from the research were used to create the model. The data was gathered from 145 teachers from IB authorized international schools in quantitative approach and three principals were interviewed in qualitative approach. The results from the average mean showed that there ...
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    A development of student leadership characteristic practice model at normal universities in Hebei Province, China 

    Yanan, Yang; Nathara Mhunpiew (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    Student leadership development provides students with opportunities to demonstrate and cultivate their leadership characteristics. In this research, the main purpose was to create a model for the development of student leadership characteristic practice at Normal Universities in Hebei Province of China. It applied both qualitative and quantitative methods. The researcher applied the content analysis about desirable student leadership characteristics in higher education. Skills, knowledge and attitude were crucial components of student ...
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    The Extracurricular that Promotes Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs): A study on Student Leaders at Assumption University of Thailand 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; Pattana Jaroenwatanamongkol; Chamaiporn Rongsirikul (2019)

    According to the quality of education in higher education institution, the component on student development activity is set as one of the quality assurance components that lead to the quality of graduates and the quality of the higher education institution. At Assumption University, the Student Learning Outcomes ( SLOs) are used as the target for student development, the creation of student development plan and the intervention methods or activities in each project are designed and applied in extracurricular for student development. As ...
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    Increasing instructors’ teaching innovation: a significant role of leaders in higher education institutions 

    Dan, Yi; Surapee Sorajjakool; Nathara Mhunpiew (2020)

    In the society of high-speed operation and extreme uncertainty nowadays, innovation becomes a pivotal contributor to enable us to keep up with the advancement of the changing world. In China’s universities, how to cultivate innovative talents has become a focus of education. Since the university is the place where instructors may be the most direct influence factor in the process of student training, their abilities in teaching innovation, which is affected by various factors including leaders who are the key decision-maker, are worthy of attention. ...
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    Leadership is skin deep: a new way of being through inside-out effect leadership and its strategies in teaching 

    Shirzad Mansouri; Nathara Mhunpiew (Academic Fora, 2016-03)

    Leadership is a new way of being. Successful organizations and institutions are led by people who have certain qualities which are deeply rooted inside of them and when come into view are leading to solutions which lead to the development of the organization as well as its people. This inside-out effect of self and self- development can be a key of success for the leader to pave the way for more sustainable development in the organization as well as in its individual components. Inside out effect is a transformational change which occurs within ...
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    A model for content and language integrated learning for English programs in Saint Paul De Chartres Schools in Thailand 

    McBain, Robert; Nathara Mhunpiew (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    Teaching and learning practices were examined across three English programs in St Paul De Chartres Schools in Thailand to develop an effective CLIL framework, for teaching and learning math, science and social studies. Quantitative & qualitative data collection methods were employed including content analysis of documents and websites. Findings from this revealed that for any CLIL plan to be successful, eight key administrative and teaching practices have to be planned for and in advance of teaching these content subjects. These eight ...
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    The model of cultural communication in confucius institutes in Thailand 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; Liu, Juntong (2020)

    This paper discusses the current situation and the model of the Chinese cultural communication of the Confucius Institutes in Thailand, with an aim to sort out and analyze the current problems. Five aspects of cultural communication of Confucius Institutes in Thailand are analyzed using Lasswell's (1948) 5W model of communication. These five aspects are: communicators, audience, contents, media and effects, which correspond to “who”, “to whom”, “say what”, “through which channel” and “with what effects” of the 5W model respectively. Through ...
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    Presentation of the Results of the Action Research for Teachers’ Professional Development at Assumption College Sriracha 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; SarawutYuchompoo; Chanathip Adularee; Pantira Unarat; Siriwan Khamyon; Yi Dan; Guohui Mo; Juntong Liu (2020)
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    Social Networks as a Tool for Education: An Awareness of School Leaders 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; Joseph Purayidathil (US-China Education Review A, 2015)

    By nature, human beings look for knowledge and once he/she gets that, he/she shares it with others who are around him/her. So, it can be said that human beings are both information consumers and sharers. In the present world, social networks play an important role in human life. Studies reveal that human beings have adopted social media into their work, profession and so on, other than just communication and entertainment. Education is one of the fields that that adopted social media and new technologies to increase the course effectiveness. ...
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    Poonpilas Asavisanu; Nathara Mhunpiew (Assumption University, 2014)

    Factors affecting student retention were examined in the context of international programs at Thai private higher education institutions for the development of a leadership strategy to affect retention. A mixed-methods study involving both quantitative and qualitative aspects was employed to determine factors affecting student retention and current practices utilized. Students, faculty and administrators of international programs were surveyed and interviewed to obtain data for this study. Results indicated that retention of students in international ...
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    A Supervisor's Roles for Successful Thesis and Dissertation 

    Nathara Mhunpiew (US-China Education Review A, 2013)

    The success of a thesis or a dissertation for a graduate student relies upon the roles of their supervisor. The student not only needs to be equipped with the knowledge, but also be able to manage others and external factors at the same time. The journey during the period of conducting research is mixed with various tasks. Five supportive roles of a supervisor involving the supervision system are specific technical support, boarder intellectual support, administrative support, management, and personal support brings about the output of the study. ...