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    A case study of the effects of a teaching method on students' academic achevement in life science and the use of self-regulated learning strategies 

    Holden, Diana K. (Assumption University, 2009)

    The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a teaching method on academic achievement in life science and on students’ use of self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies by grade eight students at Bangkok Christian International School. The method of teaching was adapted from Zimmerman’s cyclic model of self-regulated learning. Strategies for promoting students’ self-regulated learning strategies were identified through the literature review and applied into the study group: meta-cognitive strategies such as planning, monitoring, and ...
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    A comparative study of the teaching volunteers' perecptions toward leadership styles and organization culture at Shanan Education Networking Group (SENG), Northern Shan State, Myanmar 

    Dim, L. Zau (Assumption University, 2013)

    The purpose of this study was to compare the teaching volunteers’ perceptions toward leadership styles and organizational cultures in SHANAN Education Networking Group (SENG), Northern Shan State, Myanmar. The study focused on teaching volunteers from the five (5) selected community-based education centers in Northern Shan State, under the SHANAN Education Networking Group, Myanmar. The sample was composed of eighty-five (85) teaching volunteers in SENG. The main source of the data was a set of questionnaire that covers teaching ...
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    A comparative study on student achievement in science through cooperative learning and individual learning at Nantawan International School 

    Hatipoglu, Vahide Gaye (Assumption University, 2013)

    This study compared the differences in student achievement in science between cooperative learning and individualistic learning. The study had four objectives which were to determine 1) if there is an improvement in student achievement in science through cooperative learning, 2) if there is an improvement in student achievement in science through individualistic learning, 3) if there is a significant difference in student achievement in science between cooperative learning and individualistic learning activities, 4) if there is ...
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    A comparative study on students value education achievement between two teaching styles : multimedia teaching style and traditional teaching style at Saint Louis School Chachoengsao, Thailand 

    Witthaya Thepkom (Assumption University, 2013)

    The purpose of this study was to compare the students’ value education achievement taught by multimedia teaching style and traditional teaching style at Saint Louis School Chachoengsao, Thailand. Before conducting the teaching the pre-test was given to measure the students’ learning level with the selected 99 students out of 277 students who were studying Value Education in the 12th grade during the first semester of academic year 2013 at Saint Louis School Chachoengsao, Thailand. The study was conducted with two groups of students with ...
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    A contingency-based personality model of teacher placement for international Singaporean primary schools in Thailand 

    Dubolino, Allen A. (Assumption University, 2011)

    Effective teacher placement is one of the most difficult problems facing educational administrators today. The data shows that 25% of teachers are leaving the job within their first year of service and 50% within their first 5 years of service. Much of this teacher attrition is believe to be attributed to poor hiring and placement practices. With modern research highlighting the importance of teachers’ personalities and dispositions to both their effectiveness and longevity, it is clear that new teacher placement models will be in ...
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    A development of a teacher leadership framework for gifted education in Thailand 

    Jane Kanjanaphoomin; Sangob Laksan, jt. auth. (Assumption University, 2014)

    Teacher leadership was examined in the context of gifted education in Thailand for a development of an effective framework. An explanatory mixed method design was employed involving both quantitative and qualitative data collection from content analysis; and survey, interview and document from teachers. Results revealed that there were three major areas and nine attributes leading to effective teacher leadership. School leadership, teacher leadership and principles of learning are major considerations for teacher leadership to succeed in ...
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    A development of ICT competency leadership model for teachers in Saint Gabriel's foundation schools of Thailand 

    Verayuth Boonpram (Assumption University, 2012)

    This research aimed to (1) explore and (2) design the information and communication technology (ICT) competency leadership model for teachers as well as to (3) find out its efficiency and (4) propose it to maintain the high-academic profile of Saint Gabriel’s Foundation schools of Thailand. A mixture of qualitative and quantitative research designs using the five ICT indicators namely hardware, software, ICT communicative tools, teaching and learning and ethical standards were applied. The 4Is theory of transformational leadership factors ...
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    A development of leadership model for middle administrators in Saint Gabriel Foundation Schools in Thailand 

    Dechachai Sripicharn (Assumption University)

    This study aimed 1. To identify the most desirable leadership characteristics of Middle Administrators of Saint Gabriel Foundation schools in Thailand. 2. To explore the leadership characteristics of Middle Administrators of Saint Gabriel Foundation Schools in Thailand. 3. To develop a model to enhance leadership of Middle Administrators in Saint Gabriel Foundation Schools in Thailand. The qualitative and quantitative methods were applied during the study. Content analysis, questionnaire, and focus group were took place in order to find ...
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    A development of stategies to enhance educational leadership roles of English newspapers 

    Kanog-on Rungrojngarmcharoen (Assumption University, 2010)

    This research was focused on developing strategies for enhancing the roles of English newspapers. The researcher determined the roles of English newspapers from documentary research, questionnaire and focus groups. The results were synthesized to develop strategies for enhancing the roles of English newspapers in sharing educational leadership knowledge. The expected roles of newspapers were categorized into ten groups. The results were ranked as following: 1. to inform people about political, economic and social conditions, 2. to ...
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    A model for developing student leaders through student activities 

    Orrachat Pisuthipat (Assumption University, 2009)

    The objectives of this study were: 1) To identify characteristics of student leaders; 2) To ascertain a taxonomy of student leader characteristics; 3) To propose a model for developing new student leaders through student activities. The research methodology was divided into 5 steps according to the objectives. The first procedure in the research design was to identify characteristics of the leader, so the researcher reviewed materials from various sources such as leadership documents, textbooks, websites, research, journals. In addition, the ...
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    A model for integration of language & leadership learning strategies for communicati9ve competency and transformational servant leadership for students in secondary schools in Kenya 

    Lukulu, Isayi Paul L. (Assumption University, 2014)

    This research aimed at establishing how English as a medium of instruction could be used as a vehicle for attitude change, exploring how integrated textual and audio-visual media could be used in learning English and leadership, investigating the teachers’ core beliefs and opinions on student leadership, investigating the effects of leadership on the students’ academics and relationships and developing a model for the integration of language and leadership learning. Literature review comprised of the function of language in the human ...
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    A model of effective challenge management strategies of chairpersons in private international university in Thailand 

    Kalpana Upadhya (Assumption University, 2011)

    Chairperson is an academic leader in Public and Private Higher Educational Universities in Thailand. This study mainly emphasizes on Private International Universities. There is a widespread perception of a lack of good leadership in our society in the phase of increasingly challenging problems and needs. This study emphasizes mainly on coping with demand and change in the market, and the expectation of stakeholders from private international universities. Learning, leading and progressing are deeply intertwined and we need to regard ...
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    A path analytic study of the direct and indirect influences of social support, self-esteem, and self-efficacy, being mediated by coping style, on the academic performance of Myanmar adolescent double orphans in Shan State 

    Than, Naw Jula (Assumption University, 2013)

    The present study examined the direct influences of social support, self-esteem, and selfefficacy on academic performance, as well as their indirect influences, being mediated by problemfocused coping and emotion-focused coping among double orphans aged 11 to 15 years residing in orphanages in Shan State, Myanmar. A total of 277 middle school students recruited from 18 orphanages via systematic sampling participated in the study by voluntarily responding to the study’s questionnaire. Path analysis indicated that for the double orphans ...
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    A professional development model for teacher leaders of Catholic schools in Thailand 

    Monthol Prathumarach (Assumption University, 2012)

    The professional development model for teacher leaders of Catholic schools in Thailand is created for the higher quality of teacher and the higher academic achievement of student. Mixed-methodology is applied during the study which refers to content analysis, questionnaire, and interview. The study begins with the Catholic School System in Thailand exploring by using content analysis then identifies the current situation and the expectation situation of the professional development of Catholic schools in Thailand by using the questionnaire. ...
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    A study of factors correlating with the learning organization of schools under the congregation of the sisters of the sacred heart of Jesus of Bangkok 

    Waraporn Cheewaruengroj (Assumption University, 2009)

    The world is changing rapidly. Change has evolved from focus on economic development from an agrarian economy to an industrialized economy, from simple life to more complicated life. Therefore, people have to be awake to these changes and must try to improve their skills all the time. They cannot stop their learning simply because they have graduated from school or the university; if they would like to be successful, they must grow. They have to keep on learning from their experiences, environment, or their organization. As Lassey (1998) ...
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    A study of information and communication technology (ICT) utilization in Sunday catechism classes in the archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh City 

    Khoa, Vu Do Anh (Assumption University, 2013)

    The current study was carried out in the context of Church efforts to promote the utilization of ICT in religious activities, especially in catechism education to children and adolescents in the Archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh City. In this day and age, information and communication technology (ICT) has become an important integrated component in every area of people’s lives from the workplace and to the school/educational environment, from social activities to religious practices. The Church acknowledges that these ICT advances provide people ...
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    A study of language learning strategies used by students learning Korean as a foreign language at Wat Makutkasat Secondary School of Thailand 

    Heejin, Yang (Assumption University, 2013)

    Language learning strategies are considered as an important factor for influencing and determining the success of language learning. In order to implement differentiated instruction to meet the diverse need of the learners it is vital to identify individual differences of students learning strategies. In this study, the use of language learning strategies was investigated among Thai student studying Korean as a Foreign Language at Mattayom Wat Makutkasat Secondary School. One hundred and seventy-nine students participated in this ...
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    A study of leadership competency of student leaders paticipating in extra-curricular activities, Assumption University of Thailand 

    Tana Kaipunlert (Assumption University, 2010)

    This study was conducted to assess leadership competency of student leaders who participate in extracurricular activities throughout experiential learning approach provided by Assumption University of Thailand (Au). This study involved a sample of 242 student leaders of Au for the academic year 2008 taken from a population of 613 student leaders and in fact, there were 244 respondents who returned completed assessment using purposive random sampling technique. The instrument content was based on literature reviews and related researches. ...
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    A study of learning outcome of innovative approach in teaching mathematics in primary students 

    Chaudhury, Chandrali Roy; Suwattana Eamorapha, jt. auth. (Assumption University, 2011)

    The study was conducted to identify innovative approaches in teaching Mathematics in primary grades to achieve higher learning outcomes. The derivatives applied in the study range from the teacher manipulative to student motivation. The research objectives were to study the learning outcome of innovative approach in teaching mathematics in primary students and to observe the attitude of students towards learning. The examined population was comprised of 33 students of primary grades from an International School in Thailand. The primary ...
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    A study of organizational culture at Islamic Azad University in Iran 

    Hamidifar, Fatemeh (Assumption University, 2012)

    Organizational culture is comprised of the shared values and attitudes of an institution’s members, and effective organizational culture is a necessary aspect of any successful institution and its governance. Often the term is used in a corporate context, but the concept is an equally important element of academic life and management. Islamic Azad University (IAU) in Iran, established in 1982, is among the primary culturaleducational participants in the crucial task of growing Islamic culture and humanistic development among faculty ...