Recent Submissions

  • Thumbnail
  • Thumbnail
  • Thumbnail

    A path analytic study of the direct and indirect influences of social support, self-esteem, and self-efficacy, being mediated by coping style, on the academic performance of Myanmar adolescent double orphans in Shan State 

    Than, Naw Jula (Assumption University, 2013)

    The present study examined the direct influences of social support, self-esteem, and selfefficacy on academic performance, as well as their indirect influences, being mediated by problemfocused coping and emotion-focused coping among double orphans aged 11 to 15 years residing in orphanages in Shan State, Myanmar. A total of 277 middle school students recruited from 18 orphanages via systematic sampling participated in the study by voluntarily responding to the study’s questionnaire. Path analysis indicated that for the double orphans...
  • Thumbnail
  • Thumbnail
  • Thumbnail

    A comparative study on students value education achievement between two teaching styles : multimedia teaching style and traditional teaching style at Saint Louis School Chachoengsao, Thailand 

    Witthaya Thepkom (Assumption University, 2013)

    The purpose of this study was to compare the students’ value education achievement taught by multimedia teaching style and traditional teaching style at Saint Louis School Chachoengsao, Thailand. Before conducting the teaching the pre-test was given to measure the students’ learning level with the selected 99 students out of 277 students who were studying Value Education in the 12th grade during the first semester of academic year 2013 at Saint Louis School Chachoengsao, Thailand. The study was conducted with two groups of students wi...
  • Thumbnail

    A comparative study of the teaching volunteers' perecptions toward leadership styles and organization culture at Shanan Education Networking Group (SENG), Northern Shan State, Myanmar 

    Dim, L. Zau (Assumption University, 2013)

    The purpose of this study was to compare the teaching volunteers’ perceptions toward leadership styles and organizational cultures in SHANAN Education Networking Group (SENG), Northern Shan State, Myanmar. The study focused on teaching volunteers from the five (5) selected community-based education centers in Northern Shan State, under the SHANAN Education Networking Group, Myanmar. The sample was composed of eighty-five (85) teaching volunteers in SENG. The main source of the data was a set of questionnaire that covers teaching volun...

  •