Faculty and staff

Asst. Prof. Dr. Suphawat Pookcharoen

ผศ.ดร.ศุภวัฒน์ พุกเจริญ


Education:

Ph.D. in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
M.S. in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
B.A. in English (First Class Honors), Thammasat University, Thailand
Certificate in Business English Teaching and Business Discourse Analysis, SEAMEO RELC (Singapore)


Research:

Chatpunnarangsee, K., & Pookcharoen, S. (in press). A metacognitive-based analysis of online reading strategies among Thai EFL undergraduate students. Journal of Liberal Arts.

Lee, Y., Kigamwa, J. C., Pookcharoen, S., & In, V. (2013). Exploring metacognitive online reading strategies among university students in four nonnative English speaking countries. Working Papers in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, 2, 97-118.

Pookcharoen, S. (2011). Thai EFL undergraduates' vocabulary learning strategies: Perception and practice. Journal of English Studies, 6, 31-53.

Pookcharoen, S. (2011). Empowering learners through technology integrated units. New Focus, 3, 56-63.

Pookcharoen, S. (2010). Revitalizing Thai EFL classrooms through electronic portfolios. Journal of English Studies, 5, 36-55.

Pookcharoen, S. (2009). Learning to teach, teaching to learn: Lessons from a Thai EFL teacher. Language Institute, Thammasat University (LITU) Journal, 4, 1-18.

Pookcharoen, S. (2009). How I learned to teach is not how I can teach: A mismatch between Western ideologies and Thai EFL practices. Proceedings of the International Conference on National Language Policy: Language Diversity for National Unity, The Royal Institute of Thailand, 365-380.

Pookcharoen, S. (2008). Enhancing the possibility of vocabulary development in the Thai EFL high school context. Proceedings of the Ramkhamhaeng University - University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific - Commission on Higher Education (RU-UMAP-CHE) International Conference, 157-164.

Pookcharoen, S. (2007). Exploring how teaching morphemic analysis fosters Thai EFL students' vocabulary development. Journal of English Studies, 3, 85-105.


Research Interests:

Vocabulary Acquisition for English Language Learners
Strategies-Based Language Learning
New Literacies
Professional Development for Language Teachers


E-mail: suphawatoak@hotmail.com
Tel: 02-696-5287
Office: Room 918 (Rangsit)





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