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AJE Vol.6 No.1,2020

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The effects of reflection thinking on professional attitude, confidence and achievement of the Fundamental of Nursing Practicum students
Thanida Pumtha-it*, Manasaporn Vitoonmetha
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Development of Learning Management Model by Integrating PhenoBL Approach and DTP to Promote Curriculum Knowledge, Innovative Thinking Ability, and Achievement Motivation of Thai Pre-Service Teachers
Somkiart Intasingh *1
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A Preliminary Mixed Methods Study of Health-Related Quality-of-Life at Three Regional Universities in Cambodia
Lee Fergusson*, Anna Bonshek, Stuart Vernon, Phon Pheuy, Mok Samen, Srey Vanthorn
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The Effect of Constructive Patriotism on Constructive Thinking Ability in Historical Learning at Students of Senior High School Muhammadiyah Karanganyar Indonesia
Arief Syuhada Ginting1*, Hermanu Joebagio, Cicilia Dyah
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University Faculty Members’ Perception of Instructional Strategy
Minh-Quang Duong
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Networking Model Involving Participation in Education Development: A Case of Demonstration Schools
Adithak Suviwattanachai, Yalisa Tonsorn, Chanasuek Nichanong, Sirote Pholpuntin
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University Students’ Perceptions on Assessing Levels of Intelligibility and Comprehensibility of the Pronunciation of Native English Teachers’ (NETs) as compared to the Pronunciation of Non-native English Teachers’ (NNETs)-A Case-Study with Freshmen Undergraduate Students at Woosong University, South Korea
Valentin Tassev
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