Preechaya Mongkolhutthi, PhD (Lecturer)

อาจารย์ ดร.ปรีชญา มงคลหัตถี

 

Education

  • Ph.D. in Education, University of York, UK
  • M.A. in Applied Linguistics, Mahidol University
  • B.Ed. (Honors) in English, Silpakorn University

Areas of Interest

  • Work Cultures
  • Higher Education
  • Organization Study
  • Sociology of Education
  • Communities of Practices
  • Teacher Professional Development
  • Ethnographic Research in Education

Work Experience

Office

Language Institute Building, Rangsit Campus

Phone

02-696-6053

Research and Publication

  • Mongkolhutthi, P. (in press). Inequality and Imbalance of Professional Development Opportunities: The Case of a Higher Educational Institution in Southeast Asia. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education
  • Mongkolhutthi, P. (2018). “We Are on Our Own, and We Like It This Way”: The Untold Story of EFL Part-Time Lecturers in a Thai Higher Education Institution. The International Journal of Educational Organization and Leadership, 25(2), 9–28. doi:10.18848/2329-1656/cgp/v25i02/9-28
  • Mongkolhutthi, P. (2018). Understanding What Binds Teachers Together: Workplace Culture Amongst EFL Teachers in Thailand. The Educational Forum (Vol. 82, No. 4, pp. 406-424). Routledge. DOI:10.1080/00131725.2018.1473541
  • Chan, C. & Mongkolhutthi, P. (2017). The Factors Affecting Students’ Choice in Studying English at Private Tutoring Schools: A Case of Thai Upper-secondary School Students. Journal of Nusantara Studies,2(2),44-52.
  • Mongkolhutthi, P. (2016). Professional Learning and Work Culture in a Thai University Context: the Case of English as a Foreign Language Lecturers (Doctoral dissertation, University of York).
  • Soontornwipast, K., Sappapan, P., Mongkolhutthi, P., Chaengchenkit, R., Chaokongjakra, W., & Tangkiengsirisin, S. (2012). An Evaluation of English for Specific Courses Offered by the Language Institute of Thammasat University. LEARN Journal: Language Education and Acquisition Research Network, 5, 66-77.

Paper Presentation

  • 2018   –   Inequalities in Professional Development Opportunities: The Case of Casual Teaching Staff in a Thai Higher Education Institution. Paper Presentation at ECER2018. European Educational Research Association, Free University Bolzano, Italy.
    https://eera-ecer.de/ecer-programmes/conference/23/contribution/43095/
  • 2016 – How University EFL Lecturers Work and Learn Together: Workplace-Kinship and Individualism Work Culture. Paper Presentation at the IAFOR International Conference on Education. Hawaii
  • 2015 – Professional Learning in a Community of EFL Lecturers: Imbalance between Formal and Informal Learning and Inequity in Part-Time Lecturers’ Development Opportunities. Paper Presentation at the European Conference on Education. Brighton
  • 2011 – How Thai University EFL Teachers Identify their Work Cultures. Paper Presentation at the 31st Thailand TESOL Conference. Bangkok
  • 2010 – The Impact of Teacher Culture of Teaching on Teacher Professional Development. Paper Presentation at the 30th Thailand TESOL Conference. Chiang Mai
  • 2010 – Teacher Work Cultures. Paper Presentation at the 2nd Annual International Research Conference on Social Sciences & Humanities. Bangkok

Email

preechaya.m@litu.tu.ac.th

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Preechaya Mongkolhutthi (Lecturer)

Preechaya Mongkolhutthi, PhD (Lecturer)