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    Help! M. Ed. Thesis: Survey of EFL Teachers in Thai Secondary Schools

    I'm running an online survey of ESL teachers in Thai secondary schools for my M. Ed. thesis. The survey is open to all teachers regardless of cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The only requirement is that you are or have within the last couple of years been an EFL teacher in a Thai high school. The survey only takes about 5 minutes (really!), and if you choose to you can register to win phone refill cards.

    The link to the survey is: surveymonkey.com/s/8HXQVS8

    Thanks in advance!

    Aj. Chris

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    Synopsis?

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    Privacy details? Which university?

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    The first four questions are name school job location and job title.

    Not impressed.

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    Dear EFL Teacher,

    As a graduate student at the Faculty of Education, Burapha University in Bangsaen, Chonburi, Thailand, I am conducting a survey about EFL Teachers’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and use of Extensive Reading in Thai Secondary Schools following the Thai curriculum. I am conducting this project under the supervision of Dr. Janpanit Surasin.

    To be eligible to participate, you must be, or have been within the last 2 calender years, a secondary school (M1-M6) English/EFL teacher at a school following the Thai curriculum. Teachers of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds are welcome, and I am especially interested in feedback from my Thai colleagues.

    Time normally required to complete this survey is about 5-10 minutes.

    Be assured that all personal identifying information about yourself and your institution will be strictly confidential.

    To thank you for your participation in this survey. You will have the option of entering into a drawing for free mobile phone refill cards on the last page. I will be giving away one 300THB card, two 200THB cards, and three 100THB cards. Entry is optional.

    Sincerely,

    Chris Dabolt, M. Ed. Candidate
    Faculty of Education, Burapha University
    Bangsaen, Chonburi, TH

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisdabolt
    I am especially interested in feedback from my Thai colleagues.
    That should be interesting.

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    Would not bother posting here, I just tried and got a less than welcome response

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    This thread is over 6 months old, I reckon he knows that now.

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    Lovely how newbies on this forum are treated, isn't it, siamsaunter. That line of reds for all those good posts you made. Shame on us.

    And people complain about the forum losing posters.

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