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    An Application of the Instructional Leadership Model at Schools in the Kachin Area of Myanmar 

    Seng, Khun; Nathara Mhunpiew (David Publishing Company, 2014)

    The model is created to develop instructional leadership with the purpose of promoting the quality of teaching and learning and students’ achievement at schools in the Kachin area of Myanmar. Therefore, a development of an instructional leadership model will be applied to prepare the Kachin students for the 21st century. Thus, five projects, namely: (a) motivation for teachers and students; (b) managing teaching and learning; (c) developing collaborative culture; (d) relationship with other countries and inside the country; and (e) professional ...
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    Authentic Leadership, Social Cognitive Theory, and Character Education: The Transforming of Theories into Practices 

    Jerome Banks; Nathara Mhunpiew (US-China Education Review B, 2012)

    Character development must balance academic achievement. International school environments are diverse and multicultural settings, containing a learning-focused culture. This investigation constructs the sophisticated elements of authentic leadership and the complexities of the social cognitive theory as factors that produce a practical approach to character development in international schools. The research referenced solidifies this claim by providing evidence to the significance of this theory-based approach. The propose of this study is to ...
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    Development of a vocabulary instruction model for content and language integrated learning for English language learners in Bangkok 

    Robert McBain; Nathara Mhunpiew (Latin American Journal of Content and Language Integrated Learning, 2014)

    This paper presents a research project on content vocabulary instruction with a focus on the development of a model to improve vocabulary learning in a content and language integrated learning (CLIL) environment. The model was based on Cronbach's (1942) and Stahl and Fairbanks' (1986) theories of vocabulary learning, and culminating in a productive stage of specific vocabulary. The model also relates to the analysis of classroom discourse which highlights the importance of a student-centred learning approach, where emphasis is placed on encouraging ...
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    The Extracurricular that Promotes Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs): A study on Student Leaders at Assumption University of Thailand 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; Pattana Jaroenwatanamongkol; Chamaiporn Rongsirikul (2019)

    According to the quality of education in higher education institution, the component on student development activity is set as one of the quality assurance components that lead to the quality of graduates and the quality of the higher education institution. At Assumption University, the Student Learning Outcomes ( SLOs) are used as the target for student development, the creation of student development plan and the intervention methods or activities in each project are designed and applied in extracurricular for student development. As ...
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    Increasing instructors’ teaching innovation: a significant role of leaders in higher education institutions 

    Dan, Yi; Surapee Sorajjakool; Nathara Mhunpiew (2020)

    In the society of high-speed operation and extreme uncertainty nowadays, innovation becomes a pivotal contributor to enable us to keep up with the advancement of the changing world. In China’s universities, how to cultivate innovative talents has become a focus of education. Since the university is the place where instructors may be the most direct influence factor in the process of student training, their abilities in teaching innovation, which is affected by various factors including leaders who are the key decision-maker, are worthy of attention. ...
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    The model of cultural communication in confucius institutes in Thailand 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; Liu, Juntong (2020)

    This paper discusses the current situation and the model of the Chinese cultural communication of the Confucius Institutes in Thailand, with an aim to sort out and analyze the current problems. Five aspects of cultural communication of Confucius Institutes in Thailand are analyzed using Lasswell's (1948) 5W model of communication. These five aspects are: communicators, audience, contents, media and effects, which correspond to “who”, “to whom”, “say what”, “through which channel” and “with what effects” of the 5W model respectively. Through ...
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    Presentation of the Results of the Action Research for Teachers’ Professional Development at Assumption College Sriracha 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; SarawutYuchompoo; Chanathip Adularee; Pantira Unarat; Siriwan Khamyon; Yi Dan; Guohui Mo; Juntong Liu (2020)
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    The relationship between teachers' perception towards their leadership capacity and school climate in the lovers of the cross of Ubon Ratchathani Schools, Thailand 

    Watcharaporn Nakpansa; Yan, Ye (2019)

    The purpose of this research was to determine the relationship between teachers’ perceptions towards their leadership capacity and school climate in five selected schools under the leadership of the Lovers of the Cross of Ubon Ratchathani Congregation. The researcher used the high leadership capacity instrument adopted from Kujur (2016), and based on Lambert’s (2003) Leadership Capacity School Survey (LCSS), as well as the Schools’ Organizational Climate Survey (SOCS) adopted from Josaphat (2005). The results of this study showed that there ...
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    Social Networks as a Tool for Education: An Awareness of School Leaders 

    Nathara Mhunpiew; Joseph Purayidathil (US-China Education Review A, 2015)

    By nature, human beings look for knowledge and once he/she gets that, he/she shares it with others who are around him/her. So, it can be said that human beings are both information consumers and sharers. In the present world, social networks play an important role in human life. Studies reveal that human beings have adopted social media into their work, profession and so on, other than just communication and entertainment. Education is one of the fields that that adopted social media and new technologies to increase the course effectiveness. ...
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    A student on teachers' followership styles and strategies for developing followership skills in Soochow University, Chaina 

    Yan, Ye (2008)

    The study was conducted to identify teachers‘ followership styles at Soochow University; to identify the most important followership skills and characteristics; as well as the important followership skills that the university lacks in its training program as the teachers perceived at Soochow University, and to provide some key training themes and suggestions that will help develop teachers‘ followership skills at Soochow University. The examined population was comprised of 133 randomly selected instructors from seven different departments of ...
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    A Supervisor's Roles for Successful Thesis and Dissertation 

    Nathara Mhunpiew (US-China Education Review A, 2013)

    The success of a thesis or a dissertation for a graduate student relies upon the roles of their supervisor. The student not only needs to be equipped with the knowledge, but also be able to manage others and external factors at the same time. The journey during the period of conducting research is mixed with various tasks. Five supportive roles of a supervisor involving the supervision system are specific technical support, boarder intellectual support, administrative support, management, and personal support brings about the output of the study. ...
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    Support for Voluntary and Nonvoluntary Euthanasia: What Roles Do Conditions of Suffering and the Identity of the Terminally Ill Play? 

    Ho, Robert; Natalie Chantagul (2015)

    This study investigated the level of support for voluntary and nonvoluntary euthan- asia under three conditions of suffering (pain; debilitated nature of the body; burden on the family) experienced by oneself, a significant other, and a person in general. The sample consisted of 1,897 Thai adults (719 males, 1,178 females) who voluntarily filled in the study’s questionnaire. Initial multivariate analysis of variance indicated significant group (oneself, significant other, person in general) differences in level of support for voluntary and ...
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    A Theoretical Synthesis of Knowledge Sharing and Educational Leadership for Sustaining Learning Communities 

    Kanog-on Rungrojngarmcharoen (2013)

    Knowledge is one of the crucial and dominant economic resources in order to obtain sustainable advantages in any community. The world is now shifting faster thanks to the advanced development of digital connectivity and increasing access to knowledge. Leaders of a community, society, or country must contemplate what factors concerned in the emergent era of valuable network that fosters learning communities. To some extent, learning communities benefit each individual member and the community as a whole as they generate economic prosperity as ...
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    การพัฒนาพลเมืองไทยให้มีความเป็นพลเมืองโลกในประเทศไทยยุค 4.0 

    ณธรา เหมือนปิ๋ว (2561)

    บทความนี้มีความมุ่งหมายที่จะสรุปแนวคิดในการพัฒนาพลเมืองไทยให้มีความเป็น พลเมืองโลกในประเทศไทยยุค 4.0 ตามนโยบายของรัฐบาลที่มุ่งใช้นวัตกรรมเพื่อเพิ่มคุณค่า ทางเศรษฐกิจ (value-based-economy) ข้อมูลที่เกี่ยวข้องจากในประเทศและต่างประเทศ ภายใต้ประเด็นต่อไปนี้ (1) การศึกษาเพื่อความเป็นพลเมืองโลก (2) ทักษะในศตวรรษที่ 21 (3) รายงานของ OECD และ UNESCO เรื่องการศึกษาของประเทศไทย และ (4) นโยบาย การศึกษาในประเทศไทย ได้ถูกสรุปและนำเสนอ พบว่าสิ่งที่สำคัญที่สุดที่ช่วยให้ประเทศ พัฒนาและควรแก่การให้ความสำคัญคือ ต้นทุนทางด้านประชากร (human ...