Prof Dr Jintavee Khlaisang

Lecturer, Faculty of Education / Deputy Director, Thai MOOC Chulalongkorn University / Thailand Cyber University Project, Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation

Jintavee Khlaisang is a full professor at the Department of Educational Technology and Communications (2021-present), a deputy head of Educational Intervention and Innovation research unit, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, and a deputy director, Thailand Cyber University Project, Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, Thailand (2018-present). Her research interests including E-learning, Flipped classroom, Blended Learning Environment, Virtual Learning Environment, Ubiquitous Learning, Disruptive Technology and MOOCs.

Her latest innovation award was a gold medal from the Kaohsiung International Invention and Design EXPO” (KIDE) 2020, the project entitled MALLIE: Chatbot-Based Challenging Game as a New Normal Way to Learn English Language, which was a research-based innovation. Her recent research grants are entitled Scenario-based Learning Innovation in Disruptive Technology Era for Enhancing Medical Students’ Professional Competencies and Digital Intelligence (2020-Present), Innovation Based Deep Learning: Prototype Development Mobile Application with Smart Technology tools to Enhance Thinking Skills for Primary School Students (2018-2020), Development of Gamified Self-Regulated Learning (GSRL) System in Ubiquitous Learning Environment to enhance Achievement Motivation for ThaiMOOC (2018-2020), Development of Online Testing and Rubric Scoring System for Information, Media, and ICT Literacies for Higher Education Learners (2017), and Smart Technology for the Flipped Classroom to Enhance 21st Century Life and Career Skills for Higher Education Learners (2016). Her recent publications were Ubiquitous Technology Enhanced Learning: The Outcome-based Learning Design for 21st Century Learners (2018), and TCU-OBL: TCU Outcome Based Learning Plugin System (2017).

In addition to the teaching and research responsibilities, she was appointed to be an assistant dean for academic affairs (2014-2015), and assistant dean for Information Communication Technology and Network (2008-2010). Prior to this role, she was a lecturer, and assistance dean for an international affair at Faculty of Education, Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand (2006).

Jintavee has a doctoral degree in Supervision, Curriculum, and Instruction -- higher education with the specific focus in Educational Technology from Texas A&M University-Commerce, USA. (2005) and two master degrees -- one is a Master of Science degree in Learning Technology Information Systems-Media and Technology and another is a Master of Science in Higher Education Teaching -- both from Texas A&M University-Commerce, USA. (2002, and 2004 respectively). While working toward the degrees, she began working at the university as a graduate assistant in the education computer lab (2001-2002) and as a teaching assistant teaching an introduction to computer course for undergraduate students (2002-2005).


Leadership Summit Agenda Sessions

Embracing Microcredentials: Pivoting towards flexible learning models

As the Higher Education sector pivots in response to increased use of blended and hybrid learning, one thing is clear - flexibility is key. In this session we'll explore the rise in micro-credentials and innovative approaches to reimagining degrees, with a focus on how universities can begin to approach learning as an ongoing, 'stackable' process.

Tuesday 11 October 16:30 - 17:00 HE Stream

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As the Higher Education sector pivots in response to increased use of blended and hybrid learning, one thing is clear - flexibility is key. In this session we'll explore the rise in micro-credentials and innovative approaches to reimagining degrees, with a focus on how universities can begin to approach learning as an ongoing, 'stackable' process.

HE Stream Asia/Shanghai

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Embracing Microcredentials: Pivoting towards flexible learning models

As the Higher Education sector pivots in response to increased use of blended and hybrid learning, one thing is clear - flexibility is key. In this session we'll explore the rise in micro-credentials and innovative approaches to reimagining degrees, with a focus on how universities can begin to approach learning as an ongoing, 'stackable' process.

Tuesday 11 October 16:30 - 17:00 HE Stream

General

Add to calendar 10/11/2022 16:30 10/11/2022 17:00 Embracing Microcredentials: Pivoting towards flexible learning models

As the Higher Education sector pivots in response to increased use of blended and hybrid learning, one thing is clear - flexibility is key. In this session we'll explore the rise in micro-credentials and innovative approaches to reimagining degrees, with a focus on how universities can begin to approach learning as an ongoing, 'stackable' process.

HE Stream Asia/Shanghai

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