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    A comparative study of teachers' perception of retention according to their demographic factors at Yunnan Normal University Business School in Yunnan Province, China 

    Jing, Zhao; Yan, Ye (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2016)

    The main purpose of this study aimed to compare the teachers' perception of retention according to their age, gender, marital status, major, education level, residence registration and income at Yunnan Normal University Business School, China in the academic year 2013-2014. A total number of full-time teachers at Yunnan Normal University Business School in Yunnan Province of China were surveyed for this study. The study utilized Frequency and Percentage, Mean and Standard Deviation, and The Independent Samples t-test to analyze the data. Dealing ...
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    The tale of a materials development project 

    Rajeevnath Ramnath (Assumption University Press, 2010)

    This paper is based on a materials development project with the Book of Mumimu (2007) written by Namptip Conlon. The project was a part of the Materials and Media Development in the Asian Context course in the Graduate School of English (GSE) at Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand. The paper will discuss the links between the Materials Development and the Teaching Practice courses in the GSE before describing the project. The project aimed to provide a first hand experience to student-teachers in materials production instead of using ...
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    Transforming Classrooms through Game-Based Learning: A Feasibility Study in a Developing Country 

    Poonsri Vate-U-Lan (International Journal of Game-Based Learning, 2015)

    This article reports an exploratory study which investigated attitudes towards the practice of game-based learning in teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) within a Thai educational context. This self-administered Internet-based survey yielded 169 responses from a snowball sampling tech- nique. Three fifths of respondents were female (59.2% or N=100 females and 40.8% or N=69 males). Slightly more than half (55.6%) of the participants were elementary, secondary and university students. An additional second group of ...