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Associate Professor Dr.Watcharapol  Wiboolyasarin

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Research Interest
Research Projects (5)
2021 :
3D virtual worlds for language teaching of pre-service teachers: An exploratory factor analysis
2021 :
Research and Development of the Scenario-Based Mobile Learning Application to Develop Dual Language Proficiency for Digital Young Learners_Mahidol University Mini-Research Cluster (MU–MiniRC) [Project Leader]
2021 :
Written corrective feedback on grammatical accuracy in synchronous mobile-collaborative writing tasks
2021 :
A Virtual Task-Based Language Learning Environment to Enhance the Knowledge Standard of Language and Digital Technology for Education of Pre-Service Teachers
2021 :
Beliefs about native-speaking teachers in grammar and pronunciation instruction: Views and voices from Thai as a foreign language learners
Publications (2)
2021 :
Wiboolyasarin, W. (2021). Written corrective feedback beliefs and practices in Thai as a foreign language context: A perspective from experienced teachers. Language Related Research, , .
2021 :
Wiboolyasarin, W. (2021). "Wiboolyasarin, W. (2021). Beliefs about professional teaching competency development: A case study of Thai pre-service teachers. Psychology and Education, 58(5), 1373–1390.. Psychology and Education, 58(5), 1373–1390.
Presentations (0)
Other Products (1)
2021 :
Khazaie, S., Derakhshan, A., Wiboolyasarin, W., & Ketabi, S. (2021). An investigation into the teacher-student interaction-dependency of English for medical purposes comprehension in the virtual reality-supported flipped classrooms. Paper session presented at the 6th International Conference on Computer Games: Challenges and Opportunities, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran.