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To stimulate a class, take them outdoors to see, learn
(The Nation, 2011-07-25)
The oral presentation as a context for learning and assessment
Tests are said to be a common determiner of what actually happens in the classrooms. There are claims for both positive and negative washback. However, there is still very little evidence of how washback from tests affects ...
An analysis of support goals: a perspective from support providers
People need support from family and friends to cope with everyday stresses and crises. However, people do not always perceive support as helpful or appropriate. Whether support is viewed as helpful or hurtful may depend ...
Understanding the identity of the Thai Muslim Community of Kudi Khao in Thonburi, Bangkok
Kudi Khao or Bang Luang Community is one of the oldest Thai-Muslim communities in Bangkok. Its history can be traced back to the time of the late Ayudhaya Dynasty. Some Thai Muslims migrated to the south of the Chao ...
Measuring the Effect of student satisfaction on students motivation
This research studied student satisfaction and its influence on motivation for study. In this view students are not simply people who come to receive a service but are active participants because they are part of the ...
A review of emotional intelligence: Is it a trait or ability?
Since the 1990s, emotional intelligence has gained enormous attention as a new construct that supplements cognitive intelligence in predicting life success. Cognitive intelligence has long been a traditional predictor of ...
Humour 2.0: Styles and Types of Humour and Virality of Memes on Facebook
This research analyzes the communication process of humorous memes in the most vibrant online phenomenon, Facebook. Through quantitative and qualitative content analysis of 1,000 memes shared on a Facebook page, this ...