Title: Lect. Dr. in Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
I'm a pet lover and such an easy-going person. Working as a researcher is my challenge. Being constructivist socialises me to be innovator. For my cup of tea, I keep discovering the marvellous ways of teaching and learning. Last but not least, my personal motto is "From paper to people"--from research paper to be utilised for people.
Summary of my research:
My major area of research is mostly about developing learning opportunities and teaching innovation namely, distant learning system, various types of alternative education, and implementing new innovation (not always in forms of technology). Moreover, both physical health and mental health of learners are also concerned. In addition, to develop appropriate environment for learning, Participatory Action Research is one important key to unlock this challenging. I am developing a research topic which needs this research methodology. My purpose is to develop one setting to be the model as a pilot learning center, which offers diverse facilities to all age group. I believe that my interest (genre) and my research area suit this workshop a lot because creating innovation is capable of improving the prospect of learning of those who live in far areas or lack of up-to-date facilities. Besides, not only educating these people but also their quality of life must be focused by mobile technologies. Some of my research projects are as follow:
- “Positive and negative living conditions of the families with the child addicting to games and family social service” for Thai Health Promotion Foundation.
- “Voices of the children: attitudes and opinions of children regarding disaster response and preparedness” for Raks Thai foundation.
- “The effect of training to develop secondary students to have positive attitude towards appropriate media” published in Vol 2, issue 4, 2016 of International Journal of Philosophy and Social-psychological Sciences, Austria.
- “The Context and Sustainability of Social Identity of a Homeschool Group in Thailand”, published in Vol 12, issue 1, 2017 of International Journal of Behavioral Science.
- “The Socialization of Homeschool Group: A Case Study of a Homeschool Group in Bangkok”, published in Vol 8, issue 2, 2016 of Journal of Behavioral Science for Development.
- " Behavioral Modification for Encouraging Students to improve English Handwriting", published as a proceeding for 1st International Conference on Research of Educational Administration and Management (ICREAM) 2017, Indonesia.
- THE ART OF TEACHING AUTISTIC CHILDREN FOR THEORY OF MIND DEVELOPMENT (in action)
Motivation for this workshop
I am really interested in attending this workshop because I would like to exchange and learn about how to create useful research. Mobile technologies are absolute possibilities, which can fulfill the needs of those who are in marginalized, remote, and non-formal settings. This workshop challenges me a lot due to the content and qualified professors. Moreover, this program can help expand my knowledge and ignite any ideas about further researches. Also, I will find new friends and extend a connection, which is such a valuable experience. Meeting with new friends creates splendid climate of sharing. Importantly, the experience from this workshop will motivate me to conduct useful researches and create innovations especially mobile technologies, which provide people in every corner of the world with excellent learning facilities.
Future research intentions:
For my future research perspective, I have a plan on "Alternative Education" or unschooling. There are a lot of interesting and suitable learning ways for new generation. I am researching about some parts of this topic. "Alternative Education" is not only for new generation, but also for current students and any other learners in all age group who never stop learning. Especially special-need groups, my future researches must be helpful as they will provide some appropriate methods of educating.