Mr Meechai Wongdaeng
Meechai is a doctoral student at the School of Education. His study is sponsored by the Royal Thai Government.
Meechai holds an MA in Teaching English as Foreign Language from Thammasat University, Thailand and has been working as faculty member at Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus, Thailand. His teaching experiences include working with school-aged students and undergraduates.
His current EdD Thesis focuses on the evidence-based evaluation of metacognitive instruction for English language learners. His aim is to investigate to what extent can the metacognitive approach have an impact on the English learners in higher education the southernmost area of Thailand.
School of Education
- Educational Policy and Practice
- Evidence-based education
- Metacognition and Learning
- Wongdaeng, Meechai (2020), Task-based Language Teaching in Thai Context: a Call for Robust Evidence, in Axbey, Harriet & Riddle, Sharon eds, Imagining Better Education Imagining Better Education 2019. Durham, Durham University, School of Education, Durham, 101-120.