|Name||Dr. Charlton Bruton|
|Education||Ph. D. Human Resource Development
M. Ed. Teaching English as a Second Language
B. A. Political Science
|Position||Lecturer in Communication Skills for HRD Programme|
|Teaching Areas||Contemplative Education, Communication Skills in Organizations, English for Academics: Reading, Writing, Speaking, & Listening, Learning Theories in HRD, International HRD, & Evaluation in HRD.|
|Research Areas||Interlanguage Learning, Training & Development; Integrated Classroom Improvement; Pragmatic Usage-based Acquisition & Development; and, Interlanguage Communities of Inquiry|
Bruton, C. (see ajarn Samart) Praxial Interlanguage Experience (PIE): Improving Students’ Communicative Intentionality Using Contemplation, Compassion, and Contingency in International Education, Journal from the Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Communication, Media, and Management, 18 November, 2017, Chonburi, Thailand.2017
Bruton, C. (2017). Praxial Knowledge Management and Development:
Contemplation, Compassion, and Contingency in Interlanguage Communities of Inquiry, Proceedings of the 4th Business Management International Conference, 1-2 November 2017, Chonburi, Thailand.
Bruton, C. (2017). Praxial Interlanguage Experience (PIE): Teacher and Student Development using Contemplation, Compassion, and Contingency, Proceedings of the Burapha University International Conference 2017, 3-4 August 2017, Chonburi, Thailand.
Bruton, C. (2017). Praxial Interlanguage Education (PIE): Developing Contingent Curriculum in Diverse and Multicultural Settings, Proceedings of National and International Conference on Curriculum and Instruction, 4 February 4, 2017, Khon Kaen, Thailand
Bruton, C. (2016). Praxial Interlanguage Developmental Enquiry (PrIDE): Knowledge and Wellbeing in Contemplative Adult-centered Learning at a Thai International College, Proceedings of the Burapha University International Conference, 28-29 July 2016, Chonburi, Thailand