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

21

Publications
in international journal
since 2018

Teaching and Learning

3

Course(s)
related to SDGs
since 2018

EVENTs and Practices

-

Event(s)
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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