Andrew Lian: For many years, I have been trying to discover/find/identify/create minimal principles for learning/teaching. Am I getting close? Respect the learners’ meaning-making mechanisms. Find ways of making the learners aware of the characteristics of the new signals. Find ways
I hope that the following will give you an understanding of the range of possible topics for research. Doctoral Supervisions by Andrew Lian at Suranaree University of Technology: Multiple intelligences, thinking styles, reading stategies and reading performance by chinese efl students,
I have been doubly honoured by being asked to be a Keynote Speaker and also act as one of the Honorary Chairs for the ICLD 2016, The 1st International Conference on Language Development: Learning, Teaching, Researching, and Testing to be held at Ton Duc Thang
The conference will be held from 11 – 12 September 2015 and I have the honour of representing AsiaCALL (see the great movie below).
“Though much is taken, much abides; and though We are not now that strength which in old days Moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are; One equal temper of heroic hearts, Made weak by time and fate,
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13 March 2014 Oscillatory brain phase shapes perception – perception is not continuous – it is discontinuous – brain phase will change the way we perceive things: consequence, in addition to all of my previous arguments (based on a postmodern
Semiotic manifestations (including words, texts, spoken written or non-verbal) do NOT contain meaning in themselves. We give them meaning (words on a page are just black squiggles on a white background). More precisely, these semiotic manifestations, are meant to instigate/
The following is based on a post in http://pleandrhizomes.net on 28 July 2013 The following statement, which I produced a long time ago (1991 – before ever hearing of rhizomes), reminds me of my ongoing pedagogic objectives and of some