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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 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 study of teachers' perceptions of challenges in employing child-centered approach in selected State primary Schools in Keng Tung Area, Myanmar 

    Aung, Aein Aein; Ye, Ya, jt. auth. (Assumption University, 2014)

    This study tried to identify the level of perceptions of teachers towards challenges in employing child-centered approach in their schools and to compare the differences in their perceptions according to their demographics. This research was conducted on a total population of 51 teachers in eight state primary schools in Kengtung area, Eastern Shan State, Myanmar. The research was designed as quantitative research by using a set of questionnaire which covers teachers’ demographic profiles including teachers’ age, educational background, years ...
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    A study of the relationship between leadership style and knowledge management in Pan-Asia international school 

    Aung, M. Lawt; Watana Vinitwatanakhun, jt. auth. (Assumption University, 2014)

    This study examined the relationship between leadership and knowledge management in Pan-Asia International School. The hypothesis of this study is that there is a significant relationship between leadership style and knowledge management. The study included a sample of 35 teachers from a population of 49 teachers in this International School. Questionnaires were used as the research instruments to collect the demographic profile and to measure leadership style and knowledge management. Therefore, the research design of this study is ...
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    A comparative study on psychology graduate students' learning difficulties and satisfaction from three types of university in Thailand 

    Suwattana Eamoraphan; Yan, Ye; Arunya Tuicomepee; Doldao Purananon (Assumption University, 2014)

    This study mainly aimed to identify and compare the Psychology graduate students’ learning difficulties and satisfaction from three different types of university in Thailand, including Assumption University, Chulalongkorn University and Burapha University. All 99 students who currently study in Psychology graduate program of three universities during 2013-2014 were used as the sample for this study. The study used descriptive statistics, including frequency, percentage, means, standard divisions, and one way ANOVA to deal with ...
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    A DEVELOPMENT OF AN INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP MODEL FOR SCHOOLS IN THE KACHIN AREA OF MYANMAR 

    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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    Managerial problems in early childhood development centres in Thailand 

    Viriya Taecharungroj (Assumption University, 2014)
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    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEARNING STYLE PREFERENCE FOR COMPUTER DRAWING AND LEARNING OUTCOMES IN A COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN COURSE AT A COMPUTER TRAINING CENTER IN TAIWAN 

    Yang, Fang Chao; Lynch, Richard (Assumption University, 2014)

    The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between learning styles and learning outcomes of 141 engineering drawing students at a computer training center in Taiwan. This study employed a quantitative research methodology employing both a questionnaire as well as examination scores to address the research objectives. There were five parts included in this study. First, the Learning Style Inventory categorized the learners’ learning preferences into four dimensions: perception, input, processing and ...
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    A STUDENT RETENTION STRATEGY FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERS IN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS AT THAI PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES 

    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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    The impact of strategy training on Assumption University's learners of French 

    Benassaya, Romain (Assumption University, 2014)

    Research in second language learning has shown that learners who use learning strategies are more likely to achieve effective learning, and has highlighted the importance of strategy training in language education. The principal objective of this research is to evaluate the impact of a 14 hours training module to language learning strategies integrated in a conversation class for the benefit of Assumption University’s students of French. The research was organized in three stages: (1) an identification of the language learning strategies ...
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