Educational Symposium – Learning for the 21st Century: What Research Says

Bangkok School of Management hosted our first Educational Symposium entitled Educational Symposium- Learning for the 21st Century: What Research Says. It was a packed house with over 40 attendees who were teachers, counselors, administrators, and researchers from schools and universities all around Bangkok. Our goal for the symposium was to give our MA in Education graduate students a platform to present and share their research. Here are the topics that our presenters presented.

OSMAN AYUB SULEMAN
Students’ Perception and Motivation in Learning English as Lingua Franca (International Language)

TOM HOPKINS
A Qualitative Study of the Self-Perceptions of Student Misbehaviors and Their Causes

IMAN AL-AMIN
The Effect of Social Networking Sites on Informal Learning for Adult Students

GRANT RYAN WINFIELD DICKENS
The Cultural Divide: A Qualitative Study of Diverse Cultural Forces In English Language Teaching

JASON PAUL LINDLEY
Teacher – Parent Communication: A Situational Understanding of What Parents Want Communicated and How

This event was a great success, and we hope that you can come and join us next year. If you would like to know more about our Master of Arts in Education, please contact inquiry@bsm.ac.th.

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