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Au Academic Culture. by. Bro. Bancha Saenghiran. The Seminar Room De Montfort Hall, Hua Mak Campus Assumption University. October 12, 2001. Lecturers’ qualifications. Number of students. 9 nationalities. Profile of Business English Department. 4 : 30 : 7. 41. 435 : 361 : 305 : 316.

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Au Academic Culture

by

Bro. Bancha Saenghiran

The Seminar Room

De Montfort Hall, Hua Mak Campus

Assumption University

October 12, 2001

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Lecturers’ qualifications

Number of students

9 nationalities

Profile of Business English Department

4 : 30 : 7

41

435 : 361 : 305 : 316

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Faculty Development

Vision / Mission

Strategies

Values

Plan

Compentencies

KPI

Performance Management

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Born at Montfort, Brittany, France

(on January 31, 1673)

Died on April 28, 1716

Canonized on July 20, 1947

The Founder of BSG

Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort

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Company of Mary

Brothers of St. Gabriel

Daughters of Wisdom

Founded 3 Orders

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In the world

In Thailand (Oct. 20, 1901)

Existence of the BSG

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Commit ourselves totally to God & men

By living and sharing the Gospel

way of life

Through Xtian education and care

for the poor

Mission of the Brothers

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Atmosphere of love and freedom

Students - - sons & daughters of God

Free education for the poor

An active education geared towards

spiritual life

Educative Mission

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Reflection on the lived experience

of St. Louis de Montfort

Gabrielite Educative Vision

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Teaching

Research

Services

Promotion of Thai Art

and Culture

The Four Functions of a university

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An academic community

Committed to integral education

of all students

What Au is ...

- a shared vision

- shared responsibility

- mutual respect

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an international community of scholars

enlivened by Xtian inspiration

engaged in the pursuit of Truth &

Knowledge

serving human society

Vision of Au

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to serve the Nation

Raison d’Etre

- providing scientific & humanistic

knowledge

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Teaching

Research

Administration

Services

Responsibilities of a Lecturer

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To lead students to the Truth & Knowledge

To find meaning in life (to develop talents)

To build solidarity with others

To provide personal formation

To prepare for life

Goals in Education

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Practices ,

Values, and

Beliefs

Meaning of Culture

Culture :

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Practices at Au

a stepping stone for higher

studies

Teaching profession is

a vocation

Teaching is an outflow

of interior life

a profession that suits

one’s living

Vs

self-centered

- integrated person

- life connectedness

passive

no connectedness to life

- a man of character

Dynamic / Enthusiastic

classical processes

Role model

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academic standards

academic rules & regulations

(both explicit & implicit)

educational criteria

guidelines

etc.

Au Academic Culture

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I. Salient Study Values

1. Discipline

- the university discipline

- self-discipline

2. Academic Tenacity & Perseverance

3. Language Proficiency

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knowledge

application

differing perspectives

understanding

II. Instructors’ Role

1. Preparation of Course Outline /

Lesson Plan

2. Evaluation of Student Performance

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good preparation

effective instruction methods

good communication skill

usage of resources from the community

empathy towards students’ rate

of acceptance

3. Quality Teaching

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III. The Role of Academic Committee

1. To oversee that academic standards

have been kept

  • 2. To see to it that high quality of teaching
  • standard be kept at all times
  • 3. To adhere to standard of excellence and
  • yet to make this standard flexible enough
  • to accommodate student’s individual
  • difference
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Research Culture

Quality Culture

Principle / Value-based Culture

Lobo + Omnia Vincit Culture

IV. Au Culture

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Teaching – Learning quality

Effective Evaluation of Student

Performance

Effective Advising Programs

Good Governance – good management

Training / Research

In Conclusion

- class preparation

- class delivery

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Value specialization

Value autonomy

Professional Culture

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Tension / Opposing Values

VS

Value of Pluribus

Values of Unum

freedom

justice

equality

diversity

privacy

authority

participation

due process

human rights

personal obligation

for the public good

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New Thinking

Balancing

individual

Collective interests

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Bang Na Campus, Au

St. Gabriel

St. Raphael

  • messenger
  • healer of sickness ,
  • blindness

St. Michael

  • fighter (good & evil)
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Tell me , and I will forget

Show me , and I will remember

Involve me , and I will understand

Teacher’s Dictum

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It is as though I had lost my way and asked

someone the way home.

And now my friend tells me:

Final Note

He says he will show me and walks with

me along a nice smooth path.

Thus suddenly he stops.

“All you have to do now is find you way home

from there.” Ludwig Wittgenstein.