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    Being an English language teacher: a narrative analysis of ten foreign teachers in Thailand 

    Saengthip Methanopphakhun; Deocampo, Marilyn Fernandez (Assumption University Press, 2016)

    This study reflects upon the common narratives of ten foreign teachers relating their teaching experiences in Thailand. Thailand is often admired for its culture, people, environment and many can regard it as their second home. However, there are issues and challenges which they have to face such as, racial discrimination and prejudice, foreign teachers' high expectation toward students, teaching materials and the long teaching hours and the remunerations that they encounter. Although foreign teachers can settle happily in Thailand, there are ...
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    Bridging the cultural gap: re-shaping education by integrating multiculturalism in teaching and learning 

    Deocampo, Marilyn F. (Assumption University Press, 2014)

    In a world in which interracial conflicts and tensions seem to have become an inevitable phenomenon of daily life, one of the effective ways to teach respect for diversity is through education. Although people in society are more knowledgeable about the nature of global acceptance, the idea of equal-status situation and mutual expectations, racial discrimination proliferates. The multidimensional effects of Computer Information Technology (CIT) can have a direct effect on the role of anonymity that challenges the government and reflects issues ...