Teaching Demo for the Position of Associate Professor of Asian Studies in Sociology and Anthropology
In Thailand, a teaching demo is just one of the many elements required when applying for an academic title, such as assistant or associate professor.
The purpose of a teaching demo is to demonstrate the applicant’s ability to teach, including the use of new technologies, innovation, and integration of personal experience and research.
Additionally, fostering student participation through active learning is increasingly important.
Teaching Demo | Silk Road | Eastern Civilization | February 28, 2020
Teaching Demo (February 28, 2020)
- Application for Academic Title – Associate Professor of Asian Studies in Sociology and Anthropology
- University – Faculty of International Studies, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand https://www.fis.psu.ac.th/en/
- Course – Eastern Civilization https://www.stevenandrewmartin.com/eastern-civilization/
- Lecture – The Silk Road https://www.stevenandrewmartin.com/silk-road/
Additional criteria for the position of Associate Professor includes the publication of research in peer reviewed journals relevant to the study area.
Three publications are required:
- Martin, S. A. (2020). A Taiwan knowledge keeper of indigenous Bunun – An ethnographic historical narrative of Laipunuk (內本鹿), southern mountain range. Ethnography. DOI: 10.1177/1466138120937037
- Martin, S. A., & Ritchie, R. J. (2020). Sourcing Thai geography literature for ASEAN and international education. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 41(1) 61–85
- Martin, S. A., & Ritchie, R. J. (2019). A social science index and conceptual framework for assigning weights in surf tourism planning and development. Tourism Planning and Development, 16(3) 281–303.