CMMU Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

SDG 4: Quality Education

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

Research and PUBLICATIONs


in international journal
since 2018

Teaching and Learning


related to SDGs
since 2018

EVENTs and Practices


related to SDGs
since 2018

Research and Publication

  • 1. Mapping continuity and change in the intellectual structure of the knowledge base on problem-based learning, 1974–2019: A systematic review, British Educational Research Journal Vol.46, No.6, PP.1423-1444
  • 2. Assessing the Distinctive Contributions of Simulation & Gaming to the Literature, 1970-2019: A Bibliometric Review, Simulation and Gaming Vol.51, No.6, PP.744-769
  • 3. Leadership that matters: creating cultures of academic optimism that support teacher learning in Thailand, Journal of Educational Administration Vol.58, No.6, PP.605-627
  • 4. Struggling to make a difference against the odds: a synthesis of qualitative research on women leading schools in Zimbabwe, International Journal of Educational Management Vol.34, No.10, PP.1577-1597
  • 5. Leading when the mouth and heart are in unison: a case study of authentic school leadership in Thailand, International Journal of Leadership in Education Vol.24, No.2, PP.145-156
  • 6. Science mapping the knowledge base in educational leadership and management: A longitudinal bibliometric analysis, 1960 to 2018, Educational Management Administration and Leadership Vol.49, No.1, PP.5-30
  • 7. Unpacking the effects of culture on school leadership and teacher learning in China, Educational Management Administration and Leadership Vol.49, No.2, PP.214-233, Y.2021
  • 8. A meta-synthesis of bibliometric reviews of research on managing for sustainability, 1982-2019, Sustainability (Switzerland) Vol.13, No.6, Article number 3469
  • 9. Are principals instructional leaders yet?' A science map of the knowledge base on instructional leadership, 1940–2018, Scientometrics Vol.122, No.3, PP.1629-1650
  • 10. Analyzing the intellectual structure of the Knowledge base on managing for sustainability, 1982–2019: A meta-analysis, Sustainable Development Vol.28, No.5, PP.1493-1506
  • 11. How mining companies promote gender equality through sustainable development. Cogent Business and Management, 6(1), 1-11
  • 12. Gender Equality for Lao Women: Mining Community’s Perspective. International Review of Management and Business Research, Vol. 8 No. 3 PP. 288-293 September 2019
  • 13. Does principal leadership make a difference in teacher professional learning? A comparative study China and Thailand. Compare, 49(3), 341-357.
  • 14. A systematic review of research on educational leadership and management in South Africa: mapping knowledge production in a developing society. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 22(3), 315-333
  • 15. A bibliometric review of research on higher education for sustainable development, 1998-2018. Sustainability (Switzerland), 11(8), Article number 2401.
  • 16. A Bibliometric Review of Research on Educational Administration: Science Mapping the Literature, 1960 to 2018. Review of Educational Research, 89(3), 335-369.
  • 17. Taking the long view on resilience and sustainability with 5Cs at B. Grimm. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, Vol. 38 No. 3 PP. 11-17 March/April 2019
  • 18. Business ethics and spirituality for corporate sustainability: a Buddhism perspective. Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, 16(3), 264-289.
  • 19. Principal Instructional Leadership, Teacher Self-Efficacy, and Teacher Professional Learning in China: Testing a Mediated-Effects Model. Educational Administration Quarterly, 54(4), 501-528.
  • 20. Science Mapping of the Knowledge Base on Sustainable Leadership, 1990-2018. Sustainability (Switzerland), 10(12), Article number 4846
  • 21. Exploring the need to contextualise professional development programmes for university lecturers: A case study in Thailand. The Independent Journal of Teaching and Learning, 13(2), 98-112.

Teaching and Learning

No. Program Major Course ID Course Name
1 Thai Food Business Management MGMG735 Global Food Business Trade and Retail Marketing Management
2 INT'L General Management MGMG584 Strategic Leadership
3 INT'L Sustainable Leadership MGSL505 Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in Sustainable Development

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