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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 p...
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    An application of blake and mouton's leadership styles of seminarians of Saint Joseph major seminary in Ho Chi Minh City diocese during serving at Parish 

    Trong, Pham Van (Assumption University, 2013)

    The purpose of this study was to use the theory of Blake and Mouton’s leadership Grid to measure seminarians’ behaviors in when they served at parishes. The objectives were (1) to determine the leadership styles the seminarians applied during serving at parish; (2) to examine relationship between seminarians’ leadership styles and their demographic profile; (3) to compare the difference in Team leadership styles among age groups, diocese groups, educational attainment groups, and work experience groups. The research method using in t...
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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 stud...
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    A study of secondary school students' and teachers' perceptions of and satisfaction with service learning activities at Ruamrudee International School in Thailand 

    Vu, Tin (Assumption University, 2013)

    This study was conducted mainly to examine a service-learning program at RIS by determining students’ and teachers’ perception of the linkage and satisfaction with service learning activities and classroom learning experiences done at RIS. The sample included 254 secondary students and 52 teachers from Ruamrudee International School. This research found differences in students’ and teachers’ perceptions of service learning activities and satisfaction of learning experience statistically significant. Teachers gave a high rating to perc...
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    Assessing students' self-efficacy for learning at an International University in Thailand 

    Lynch, Richard (Assumption University, 2013)

    Development of a commitment to lifelong learning among students has become a key objective of education throughout the world. This is particularly the case in university study at both the undergraduate and, more especially, at the graduate levels, where the students are expected to shoulder increasingly greater responsibility for their own learning in both classroom-based and online learning contexts. An important aspect of that responsibility lies in the acquisition of metacognitive self-regulatory skills whereby students are enabled...
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    A study of teacher utilization of smart board at Pan-Asia International School Bangkok 

    Qun, Chen (Assumption University, 2013)

    The current study was carried out how smartboard can motivate the students to learn more effectively and how smartboard has been used in each subject. Smartboard is an expensive teaching facility. To have it in the school, the teachers should have enough ability to use it and use it properly. Smartboard is a new technology especially in education, not only the teachers are facing to the new technical problems, the students also face to the challenge of new technology. The quantitative research approach was employed by means of a surv...
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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 a sig...
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