PhD. ELT, Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand
MA. ELT, Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand
BBA (Business Administration Major), Southern New Hampshire University, 2500 North River Rd. Manchester, NH. U.S.A.
Journal Articles Published
1. Deocampo, M. (2016). A Pedagogical Perspective of Translanguaging in the ASEAN Context. A Lesson from Blogging. LEARN Journal. Forthcoming issue
2. Deocampo, M. (2016). Language and Attitude of Invisible Minds: Blogging and Education. ABAC Journal. Forthcoming issue
3. Methanopphakhun, S and Deocampo, M.F. (2016). Being an English Teacher: A Narrative Analysis of Ten Foreign Teachers in Thailand. Volume 10 No. 1 January 2016. Pp. 1-19
4. Foley, J. A. and Deocampo, M.F. (2016). The use of English as a Lingua Franca in Translation. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics. Volume 5 No. 2 January 2016. Pp. 146-153
5. Deocampo, M. (2015). Triangulating Critical Discourse Analysis. The New English Teacher. Volume 9.1 January 2015. Pp 38-62
6. Deocampo, M. (2014). Bridging cultural gap: re-shaping education by integrating multiculturalism in teaching and learning. Asian Journal of Literature, Culture and Society. Volume 8.2 October 2014. Pp. 44-69
7. Deocampo, M. (2014). Deconstructing Discourse within a Discourse: an Inter-Textual Aspect on Blogging-Published in The New English Teacher. Volume 8.2 August 2014. Pp. 45-67
8. Deocampo, M. (2012). An Historical View of Language and the Media in Singapore and the Philippines: Parallelism and Cultural Dimension- Published in Asian Journal of Literature, Culture and Society. Volume 6.2 October 2012. Pp 20-53
9. Deocampo, M. (2011). The Constraints and Social Functions Influencing Language Switching: A Study of Television shows in the Philippines –Published in The New English Teacher. Volume 5.2 August 2011. Pp. 56-88
1. Deocampo, M. (2016). Conference Proceedings. “Technology, socio- linguistics identities: The case of the Philippines and Singapore News Blogs.” Presented at the 36th International Conference. The Changing Landscape of ELT: Empowerment through Glocalization. 29-30 January 2016. Pullman Raja Orchid Hotel, Khon Kaen, Thailand. Pp. 31-48
2. Deocampo, M. (2014). Conference proceeding. A “Changing World and A Changing Landscape of Communication.” Presented at International Conference for Case Studies on Development Administration 2014 (NIDA-ICCS 2014). Published. Pp. 123-143
1. Deocampo, M. (2013). Multilingualism: Understanding Linguistic Diversity-The New English Teachers Volume 7.2 August 2013. Pp. 145-147
Conference Papers Seminar Presented
1. Language and Attitudes of Invisible Minds: Blogging and Education. Presented at Pedagogical and Cultural Approaches in Western Languages. Srinakharinwirot University: 1st International Conference. May 12-13, 2016. Novotel Hotel Bangkok, Thailand
2. Technology, socio- linguistics identities and local varieties of English: The case of the Philippines and Singapore News Blogs. Presented at the 36th Thailand TESOL International Conference. “The Changing Landscape of ELT: Empowerment through Glocalization”. January 29-30, 2016. Pullman Khon Kaen Rajah Orchid Hotel, Thailand
3. A Pedagogical Perspective of Translanguaging in the ASEAN Context: A Lesson from Blogging. Presented at The 2nd International English Applied Linguistics Conference (TIE ALLSAW 2015). “Reform in ELT strategies in postmethod era: Newest breakthroughs to promote English Literacy”. December 7-8, 2015. Galuh University Ciamis, West Java, Indonesia.
4. Posting your thoughts: A pedagogical perspective of blogging. Presented at 35th annual Thailand TESOL International Conference “English Language Education in Asia: Reflections and Directions”. January 29-31, 2015. Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
5. A “Changing World and A Changing Landscape of Communication.” Presented at International Conference for Case Studies on Development Administration 2014 (NIDA-ICCS 2014 August 7-8)
6. Code-Switching in the Media: What does it mean for English Classroom?
Presented at 32nd Thailand TESOL International Conference “Teacher Collaboration: Shaping the Classroom of the Future” January 27-28, 2012 at The Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel, Bangkok
7. Language is Power: A Critical Discourse Analysis on Computer Mediated Communication in Yahoo.ph and Yahoo.sg News Pulse. February 14, 2012. A-51, Huamak Campus, Assumption University, Bangkok
1. Invited speaker. The Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University, Panel Discussion. ‘Englishes in Southeast Asia: An excuse to use nonstandard English or a means to create socio-linguistic identities’. 4 November 2015. Faculty of Liberal Arts Building, Thammasat University, Thailand.
1. Internal Quality Assurance Training for Program Assessor 2015 (International Program). International Institute Quality Assurance Network (IQAN). Rangsit University, Pathumthani Province. 21-22 July 2015