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    DEVELOPMENT OF A CAREER COUNSELING CENTER MODEL FOR PREPARING STUDENTS FOR THE WORLD OF WORK USING ENNEAGRAM PERSONALITY THEORY 

    Nathara (Wipa) Mhunpiew (Scholar, 2009)

    The objectives of this study were: (1) to investigate career counseling provision and its pattern. (2) To develop a model of career counseling center for preparing students into the world of work by using Enneagram personality theory to observe the evaluation process of Thai students’ characteristics. (3) To formulate the model of career counseling for students in Thai higher education institutes by integrating Thai value and Enneagram personality theory in order to establish research personality measures for individual student. Samples are fou...
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    A study on the quality of play towards student development in the international schools of Thailand 

    Rishi, Divia (Assumption University, 2009)

    Play is believed to provide benefits for cognitive, social, emotional, physical and moral development for children from all socioeconomic, cultural and linguistic backgrounds. As children spent most of their time these days at school, schools should provide quality play especially to the early year’s programs. Play would facilitate the development of the whole child if it is of quality.Schools can provide quality play for children if they consider the ten dimensions of play in order to evaluate the quality of play at schools. Aims and obje...
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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, t...
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    The study of teacher competence of teachers at schools in the Three Southern Provinces of Thailand 

    Naree Aware Achwarin (Assumption University Press, 2009)

    The research study aimed to determine the teacher competence level and investigate the relationship between teacher qualification, teaching experience, and school size and teacher competence of teachers at schools in the three southern border provinces of Thailand. The method of survey research was used through questionnaire. The unit of analysis was teachers, 750 were selected by simple random sampling methods from nine educational regions, 18 secondary schools, under the Basic Education Commission of Thailand (OBEC) at Narathiwas, Pattani, an...
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    Teaching ethics in the public relations curriculum at the undergraduate level 

    Bu-Nga Chaisuwan (Assumption University, 2009)
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    Digital leadership for high school classroom management 

    Mook, Kim Kyo (Assumption University, 2009)
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    Innovation and educational leadership challenge : a developmental approach 

    Goodman, Andrew M. (Assumption University, 2009)
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    Leadership in the development of a kindergarten model in the Bangkok metropolis 

    Pimolpun Burapharat (Assumption University, 2009)
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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) s...
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    Development of a strategic plan to enhance leadership IQ for adminstrators in Silesian schools in Thailand 

    Thanad Anan (Assumption University, 2009)

    The purpose of this study was to develop a strategic plan to enhance Leadership IQ for administrators in Silesian schools in Thailand. There were fourteen schools in three types: girls, boys, and co educational, and 219 administrators in three levels: religious, administration staff and department heads. In addition, there were 360 teachers, 449 students, and 236 service-employees involved in this research. Questions (36 scenarios) were used to measure Leadership IQ of administrators based on the eight leadership roles: the selector, the c...
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    Development of academic administration within the 'PDCA' framework as perceived by adminstrators in private school under the office of Nonthaburi educational service area 2 

    Phetsuphak Kitsakul (Assumption University, 2009)

    This study proposes: 1) to investigate the administrators and administrative committees’ actions in academic administration. 2) To examine and compare the actual and expected actions in the framework of academic administration by administrators in private schools under the office of Nonthaburi Educational Service Area 2. 3) To determine an effective strategy for implementing an ‘Academic Administration’ using PDCA framework based on the standards and quality assessment of ONEC (Office the National Education Commission Office of the Prime M...
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