Dr. Patcharaporn Lavangnananda
ดร. พัชราภรณ์ ลวันยานนท์

Present Position :

  • Head of English Language Coordiating Section

School of Information Technology,
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi.

Email : patchara@sit.kmutt.ac.th
Tel : 0-2470-9875

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. in Education (TEFL)
    1995, The University of Wales College of Swansea, UK.
  • Certificate of Advanced Studies
    1989, University of Lancaster, UK
  • M.Ed. (TEFL.)
    1988, The University of Wales College of Cardiff, UK.
  • Diploma in TEFL
    1987, University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology, UK.
  • B.A. (English)
    1982, Ramkhamhaeng University.

  • Title of Ph.D. Thesis
  • Classroom Teaching Performances Attributable to Trained and Untrained Teachers of Bangkok Secondary Schools.

  • Teaching Experience
  • English Lecturer, School of Information Technology, KMUTT since 1977
  • Lecturer, School of Liberal Arts, KMUTT, for seven months

  • Professional Experience

    1982 - 1985Secretary, Public Works Department, Ministry of The Interior

    Research Interests
  • Classroom-based Research and Classroom Observation
  • Communicative Teaching of English
  • Human Resource Development
  • Principles and Methods of Language Teaching
  • Writing skills
  • Speaking skills

  • Publication
  • P. Ittirattanakomon, V. Chongsuphajaisiddhi, and P. Lavangnananda,2017, Students' Acceptance in the Use of Micro Learning Management System for Error Correction in English Writing, The Proceeding of the 6th Suan Sunandha Academic National Conference on Research for Sustainable Development, June 2017, Bangkok, Thailand, PP. 772-780
  • Lavangnananda, P.,2003, Breaking the English Barrier among Supporting Staff : A Pedagogic Challenge or a Wasted Effort, Proc.of the Int. Conf. on Pursuing Knowledge : The Role of Universities amid global and National Changes (ASAIHL 2003), 28th Sep. – 1st Oct, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, PP. 43 - 52
  • Lavangnananda, P.,2002, The Need for Clear Objectives and English Proficiency among Supporting Staff for Virtual University in Developing World., Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Information and Communication and Communication Technologies in Education (ICTE 2002), 13-17 November, Badajoz, Spain, PP. 1771 - 1776