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Volume 12, no. 2, 2020

Asean Journal of Open and Distance Learning

VOLUME 12, NO. 2, 2020

Editor-in-chief: Professor Jean A. Saludadez

Page Title Writer(s)
1-11 Media Preferences for Open Distance Learning Advertising Activities. 1) Mohd Nazri Mohd Noor
2) Norsiah Aminudin
3) Yanty Roslinda Harun
4) Azlina Abdul Aziz
5) Zulaikha Zakariah
14-23 Taking a Closer Look: Reflections of Indigenous Youths and Course Writers on Their Experiences Using Tablet-based Training on the Conservation of Ifugao Rice Terraces, Philippines 1) Joane V. Serrano
2) Sherry B. Marasigan
3) Janele Ann C. Belegal
24-41 Online Learning Participation in an Asynchronous Environment: A Case Study in an Online and Distance Learning University in Malaysia 1) Gurcharan Singh Bishen Singh
2) Abdul Aziz Md Nor
3) Norfardilawati Musa
4) Cik Norazlina Mohamad
5) Mohd Lokman Abdullah
42-54 The Opportunities for Open and Distance Education in the Enhancement of Migrant Labour Skills and Competencies in ASEAN: The Case of Thailand 1) Manoon Toyama
2) Vasu Suvanvihok
55-67 Enhancing the Achievement of Subject-Verb Agreement Among the Year 5 Students Using Word Bricks Game 1) Peter Ong
2) Kunasunthary Duraippah
3) Eng Tek Ong
68-78 English Teachers’ Competencies and the Implementation of Best Practices through the Lesson Study Model in an Elementary School in Nonthaburi Province, Thailand 1) Sita Yiemkuntitavorn
2) Jurarut Thammaprateep
79-86 Feedback Made Easy Through Facebook Live 1) Rita C. Ramos
2) Ria Valerie D. Cabanes
87-99 A Study on Employee Engagement Models for Sustainability of Long-Distance Learning Public Higher Education Institutions in Thailand 1) Suwida Nuamcharoen
2) Pitchaya Javakorn
100-116 Teachers and Students Perception on the Impact of Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures at Higher Secondary School 1) Karma Wangda
2) Kinzang Dorji
117-126 Teachers as Facilitators Integrating Social Network Technology into a 21st Century Classroom in an International School in Kuala Lumpur 1) Kunasunthary Duraippah
2) Peter Ong

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The ASEAN Journal of Open and Distance Learning (AJODL) is not affiliated, supported by, nor linked to the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). The term ASEAN is used here to refer to the geographical area of specific interest to the AJODL. The AJODL is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of Open and Distance Learning particularly in, but not limited to, ASEAN nations.

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