E-mail: leigh.pea@muicpc.io, leigh.pea@mahidol.ac.th


  • PhD in Social Innovation & Sustainability (ongoing) – Thammasat University
  • Data Science Specialization – Johns Hopkins University
  • Master of Business Administration – Mahidol University International College
  • Take Your Teaching Online Certificate – The Open University, UK
  • Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design – University of Lincolnshire and Humberside
  • TESOL Certificate

Areas of Research Interest

  • Digital Divide and Access to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education
  • Educational Outcomes and Innovation in Developing Countries
  • Innovative Sustainable Development

Courses Taught

  • ICGC101 Academic Writing and Research I
  • ICGC102 Academic Writing and Research II
  • ICGC103 Public Speaking
  • ICGC201 Global Realities

Published Work

  • Pearson, L. (2023). Get It Write! The Ultimate Guide to Academic Writing (2nd ed.). Prosperity Education. https://www.prosperityeducation.net/print-books/p/get-it-write
  • Pearson, L. (2018). PC’s 3Cs (Content, Complexity, and Control) – A Writing Rubric. In The Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, Vol. 18 (pp. 339-367). Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University.
  • Pearson, L. & Nanni, A. (2016). Human rights as an introduction to academic research. In The Asian Conference on Education Conference Proceedings (pp. 355-362). Kobe, Japan: International Academic Forum 2015.
  • Nanni, A. & Pearson, L. (2016). The Four Freedoms: Raising awareness of human rights in English for academic purposes. In The Asian Conference on Education Conference Proceedings (pp. 313-320). Kobe, Japan: International Academic Forum 2015.
  • Manning, M. & Pearson, L. (2015). Critical self- & peer-evaluation of academic discussions through the use of technology. In The 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Education Conference Proceedings (P. 395).

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