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  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for Higher Education Studies, Vol. 14, No. 2

    • Abstract: Higher Education Studies wishes to acknowledge the following individuals for their assistance with peer review of manuscripts for this issue. Their help and contributions in maintaining the quality of the journal are greatly appreciated.Higher Education Studies is recruiting reviewers for the journal. If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, we welcome you to join us. Please contact us for the application form at: hes@ccsenet.orgReviewers for Volume 14, Number 2Agnese Lastovska, University of Latvia, LatviaAnna Liduma, University of Latvia, LatviaChia Jung Yeh, East Carolina University, USACristina Dumitru, The National University of Science and Technology, RomaniaDede Salim Nahdi, Universitas Majalengka, IndonesiaErcan Tomakin, Ordu University, TurkeyEzgi Pelin Yildiz, Kafkas University in KARS, TurkeyFatma Elhassan, University of Hafr Al Batin, Saudi ArabiaHadiyanto, Universitas Jambi, IndonesiaHalupa Colleen, East Texas Baptist University Marshall, USAIsaiah M. Makhetha, National University of Lesotho, LesothoJacquelyn Benchik-Osborne, Chicago State University, USALaid Fekih, University of Tlemcen Algeria, AlgeriaLalith Edirisinghe, CINEC Campus, Sri LankaLung-Tan Lu, Fo Guang University, TaiwanMiguel Flores, National College of Ireland, IrelandNayereh Shahmohammadi, Academic Staff in Organization for Educational Research and Planning, IranPedro Tadeu, Centre for Studies in Education and Innovation CI&DEI-ESECD-IPG, PortugalQing Xie, Jiangnan University, ChinaRafizah Mohd Rawian, Universiti Utara Malaysia, MalaysiaRanjit Kaur Gurdial Singh, The Kilmore International School, AustraliaRebecca Cacho, De La Salle University, PhilippinesRodulfo Aunzo, Visayas State University, PhilippinesSadeeqa Saleha, Lahore College for Women University Lahore, PakistanSalwa Mohamed, Manchester Metropolitan University, UKSarasa-Cabezuelo Antonio, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, SpainSharmila Sivalingam, Maryville University of St.Louis, USASumita Chowhan, Jain University, IndiaTony Patrick George, Njala University, Sierra LeoneZahra Shahsavar, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran
      PubDate: Thu, 30 May 2024 02:26:34 +000
       
  • The Lived Experiences of Asian International Students in the U.S. Higher
           Education

    • Abstract: Asian international students have long constituted the largest portion of the international student body in the United States (U.S.), a trend that persists despite the hurdles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. These students play an essential role in stimulating the U.S. economy, facilitating cross-cultural exchange, and nurturing international collaboration and understanding. During the 2022-2023 academic year, Asian international students comprised 70.3% of the total international student population in the U.S. higher education. The number of Asian international students in the U.S. higher education institutions is so considerable that their lived experiences within the U.S. higher education system deserves a thorough examination. Existing empirical research demonstrates that plenty of Asian international students are underserved, mainly facing culture shock, linguistic barriers, racial discrimination, and mental health issues. This systematic literature review aims to: 1. Investigate whether Asian international students face any challenges in the U.S. higher education; 2. Classify the challenges (if any) encountered by Asian international students in the U.S. higher education;3. Offer valuable insights to key stakeholders in international education, empowering them to refine current administrative policies and teaching pedagogies to best support the well-being and success of Asian international students in the U.S. higher education.
      PubDate: Tue, 21 May 2024 01:36:34 +000
       
  • Factors Influencing Pre-Service Technical Teachers' Academic
           Performance: Cross-Sectional Study

    • Abstract: This research aims to identify factors predicting pre-service technical teachers’ academic performance in a technical teacher training context. This study employed a predictive correlational design. We developed the conceptual framework by combining previous research, and then created a survey to gather data. Between August 1 and August 30, 2022, 109 undergraduates from the Faculty of Technical Education at Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep (RMUTK) received an online self-administered questionnaire. The statistical analysis employed the Pearson correlation coefficient and multiple regression. The findings of the research showed that there was a positive correlation between various factors such as gender, motivation and attitude towards learning, study habits, family support, curriculum quality, and teaching quality with pre-service technical teachers' academic performance, with the correlation coefficients ranged from .230 to .292 and were all statistically significant (p < 0.05). The multiple correlation coefficient (R) was .474 showed a significant relationship between the independent and dependent variables at the .05 level. The R-squared value was .225, indicating that these six variables combined explain 22.5% of the variation in academic performance. However, this also suggests that our model fails to explain around 77.5% of the variance. Some aspects of the findings derived from this study are expected to result in the creation of digital interventions to better track students' academic performance, aiming to provide equitable educational experiences that maximize the academic performance of each gender group in the future.
      PubDate: Thu, 16 May 2024 12:52:54 +000
       
  • Enhancing English Proficiency for Thai Music Professionals: A CLT
           Instructional Package

    • Abstract: The study aims to achieve three primary objectives: 1) To identify essential components for developing an instructional package aimed at enhancing English proficiency among individuals working in the Thai music industry; 2) To design an instructional package specifically tailored to improve the English proficiency of personnel in the Thai music industry; and 3) To implement the developed instructional package and assess its effectiveness in advancing English proficiency among music industry personnel. Employing the principles in developing an ESP course, the study comprises three phases: need analysis, instructional package development, and implementation. The need analysis phase involved surveying 150 individuals employed in the Thai music industry using a structured questionnaire. The instructional package development phase enlisted the expertise of five experts to evaluate the instructional model. Finally, phase three involved administering a pre-posttest study with 30 music professionals. The results highlight the successful creation of an English instructional package based on communicative language teaching (CLT) principles, leading to significant enhancements in participants' English proficiency. The study's significance lies in its identification of English language development needs within the music profession and its provision of a practical methodology for designing specialized English for Specific Purposes (ESP) courses tailored to the unique requirements of music professionals.
      PubDate: Mon, 13 May 2024 02:26:43 +000
       
  • Educational Choice and the Willingness to Apply of Higher Vocational
           Students in Guangdong Province, China: The Mediating Role of Career
           Decision-making Self-efficacy

    • Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore the influence of educational choice on the intention to enter the examination, and the mediating role of career decision-making self-efficacy. A total of 1391 freshmen from six higher vocational colleges in Guangdong Province of China were investigated with Education Choices Scale, Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy Scale and Willingness to Apply Scale. The results showed that educational choice and career decision-making self-efficacy had significant effects on the willingness to apply. Career decision-making self-efficacy plays a mediating role in the significant positive impact of educational choice on the willingness to apply. Therefore, China's educational institutions and policy makers should focus on cultivating vocational students' career decision-making self-efficacy and improving their confidence and ability in career decision-making. To help students better understand their interests, values, and career goals, and to help students better understand the career fields they face professionally.
      PubDate: Mon, 13 May 2024 02:19:41 +000
       
  • Combining Game-Based Learning with Design Thinking Using Block-based
           Programming to Enhance Computational Thinking and Creative Game for
           Primary Students

    • Abstract: This research aims to develop a combining game-based learning with design thinking using block-based programming to enhance computational thinking and creative games for primary students and will be referred to as game-based learning from now on. The purpose of this research is to 1) develop a model for game-based learning, 2) develop the system for game-based learning, 3) evaluate students' computational thinking after implementing game-based learning, and 4) evaluate the creative games created by students after game-based learning is implemented. The research tools included 1) the model for the game-based learning, 2) the model-appropriate evaluation form, 3) the learning system evaluation form 4) the computational thinking evaluation form, and 5) the creative game evaluation form. The research results showed that 1) the evaluation results of the model are appropriate for teaching at the highest level (x  = 4.82, SD = 0.42) and could be used for experimental teaching, 2) The results of game-based learning system quality are at the highest level (x  = 4. 57, S.D. = 0. 50). The researcher implements a game-based learning model and system to teach a sample group of 24 students in grade 4, using a purposive sampling method. The results of the implementation could be summarized as follows: 1) the results of students' computational thinking evaluation after implementing the model and system are significantly higher than before at the .05 level. 2) evaluation results of creative games that students developed after implementing the model and system are at a high level (x  = 4.29, S.D. = 0.52)
      PubDate: Thu, 09 May 2024 23:47:25 +000
       
  • Developing Achievement in Mathematics, Specifically in Elementary Logic,
           through Brain-Based Learning (BBL) Combined with Skill Practice Exercises
           for Grade 10 Students

    • Abstract: This research aims to: 1) Develop an effective Brain-Based Learning (BBL) plan combined with skill practice exercises for Grade 10 students, achieving a performance criterion of 70/70; 2) Compare the learning outcomes in elementary logic before and after implementing the BBL approach combined with skill practice exercises for Grade 10 students; 3) Study the satisfaction level of students towards the BBL approach combined with skill practice exercises for Grade 10 students. The sample group consisted of 39 students from Grade 10 room 4 in the first semester of the 2023 academic year, selected through purposive sampling. Research tools included a learning management plan, an achievement test, skill practice exercises, and a satisfaction questionnaire. Data were analyzed using percentages, mean, standard deviation, and dependent samples t-test.The research found that: 1) The BBL-based learning management plan for elementary logic for Grade 10 students was effective, with performance levels of 95.69/81.28, exceeding the set criterion of 70/70; 2) The academic achievement of students who underwent the BBL-based learning in elementary logic for Grade 10 students significantly improved post-learning, at a .05 level of statistical significance; 3) Students were highly satisfied with the BBL-based learning approach combined with skill practice exercises in elementary logic for Grade 10 students, with a mean satisfaction score of 4.86.
      PubDate: Sun, 28 Apr 2024 01:06:45 +000
       
  • Lost in Statistics

    • Abstract: The present paper investigates one aspect of questionable research practices relating to Arabic L1 learners of foreign languages, namely the use of statistics. The objective of the paper is to argue that reproducible research requires adopting wise practices in linguistics and that the excessive focus on quantification does not seem to serve this purpose. Statistical significance tests in quantitative research are routinely used in linguistic inquiry as well as language teaching and learning studies with a view to supporting the relevant explanatory insights in linguistics. In this article, I will expose the misuse of statistics by doctoral students in English departments of Morocco working on Arabic L1 learners’ data, by highlighting some practices that are at odds with international good practices in academic research in linguistics. I will take stock of the current questionable practices in this regard to dispel some of the misunderstanding about the use of statistics which is now gaining grounds lest this becomes an orthodoxy. I will argue that research on Arabic L1 learners’ data should be focused more on exploration and discovery, as well as the validation of epistemological insights than on mere descriptive quantification geared to hypothesis verification. These areas of focus constitute the crux of academic research in linguistics, but they seem to be lost in statistics in doctoral students’ theses. Recommendations and solutions are provided for enhancing transparency and improving reproducibility of doctoral research outcomes to advance theory building and the delivery of new research lines in linguistics as well as to avoid the risk of research waste, in line with the requirements of open science.
      PubDate: Fri, 26 Apr 2024 02:33:01 +000
       
  • Developing Academic Achievement in Mathematics on Fractions through Active
           Learning Combined with Skill Practice for Grade 3 Elementary Students

    • Abstract: This research aims to 1) develop an effective Active Learning plan combined with skill practice according to the 70/70 criterion, 2) study the learning achievement index through Active Learning combined with skill practice, and 3) investigate the satisfaction towards Active Learning combined with skill practice. The sample group consisted of 27 Grade 3 students from Muang Wapi Pathum School, during the first semester of the 2023 academic year, selected through purposive sampling. The research tools included 1) 10 Active Learning plans totaling 10 hours, 2) mathematics skill practice, 3) an achievement test consisting of 15 multiple-choice questions, and 4) a satisfaction questionnaire regarding Active Learning combined with skill practice, using a 5-point Likert scale with 13 items. The statistical analysis included mean, percentage, standard deviation, and effectiveness index.The research found that the Active Learning plan was effective with an efficiency of 81.00/82.20, which meets the predefined criterion of 70/70. The effectiveness index was 0.6828, indicating that students improved their learning by 68.28 percent. Overall satisfaction was at the highest level, with an average score of 4.54.
      PubDate: Fri, 26 Apr 2024 02:27:27 +000
       
  • Development Guidelines for Executive Function (EF) Skills in Early
           Childhood: Needs Assessment in Nonthaburi Kindergartens

    • Abstract: Executive function skills are crucial for children in the 21st century, serving as indicators of their readiness for learning. Children with well-developed executive function skills can effectively accomplish various tasks, solve problems using diverse strategies, and collaborate with others happily. This research aims to: 1. Identify the necessity for fostering executive function skills among early childhood students in Nonthaburi Province. 2. Analyze the causes underlying the necessity to promote executive function skills in early childhood students. 3. Propose strategies to enhance executive function skills in early childhood students. The research consists of two phases. Phase 1 involves identifying the necessity for developing executive function skills among early childhood students, with a sample group comprising 12 volunteer kindergarten teachers randomly selected from 12 classrooms and 328 early childhood students aged 5 to 5 years 11 months (162 boys and 166 girls). The research instrument used is the MU.EF-101 assessment. Data analysis involves calculating the mean and standard deviation of T-scores for working memory, inhibitory control, and shift/cognitive flexibility. Phase 2 analyzes the causes of necessity and proposes strategies to promote executive function skills in early childhood students. The data sources for this phase are 12 teachers, and the research instruments include fishbone diagram recording forms and group discussion recording forms. Findings suggest that parental involvement is crucial in training children to perform tasks independently and in teaching children patience. Additionally, teachers should analyze children's behaviors to plan appropriate learning activities based on their context. Teachers must encourage children to think and make decisions independently, encourage when mistakes occur, and ensure the availability of suitable tools and toys that promote the development of executive function skills in early childhood students, which teachers or parents can conveniently utilize.
      PubDate: Thu, 25 Apr 2024 00:23:18 +000
       
  • Exploring the Impact of the Integrated Think-Pair Share and Active
           Learning Management on Non-Credentialed Teacher Learning Assessment
           Competency

    • Abstract: This study investigates the effectiveness of an integrated approach combining think-pair share and active learning management in enhancing non-credentialed teachers' assessment competency and compares their learning achievement in educational assessment across pre, post, and delayed examination phases. Utilizing a one-group experimental design, 29 participants were selected through cluster sampling. Instruments included an integrated think-pair-share and active learning management system, along with assessments evaluating participants' assessment knowledge, skills, and attributes. Data analysis involved mean scores, standard deviation, effectiveness index (E1/E2), One - way repeated measure ANOVA, and pairwise comparisons. Results indicate that the integrated learning management plan effectively facilitated teaching assessment competency to non-credentialed teachers at the graduate level, leading to the attainment of expected learning levels within the class. Additionally, it significantly enhanced participants' competency compared to their baseline levels, with sustained effectiveness demonstrated over time.
      PubDate: Thu, 25 Apr 2024 00:20:34 +000
       
  • Development of Digital Literacy and Digital Empathy with Micro-learning
           via Activities on Metaverse

    • Abstract: This research is related mainly to the study of the results on the development of digital literacy and digital empathy with micro-learning via activities on metaverse. The main concept of this study is based on the integration of micro-learning process with metaverse technology in order to encourage and provide learners with opportunities to create bodies of knowledge and engage in joint activities through the network system that can be accessed anywhere and anytime. The objectives of this research are (1) to synthesize the conceptual framework of the micro-learning via activities on metaverse, (2) to design the micro-learning process via activities on metaverse, and (3) to study the results of the development of digital literacy and digital empathy with the micro-learning via activities on metaverse. Thereby, this study relies on the pre-experimental research method with one-shot case study, in which the research participants are 30 undergraduate students of Pakse Teacher Training College, Lao People's Democratic Republic, who were derived by means of cluster sampling and well protected under the policy of confidentiality and anonymity. The research results show that (1) the students’ digital literacy and digital empathy, after learning with the micro-learning via activities on metaverse, are at very good level (mean = 43.20, SD = 2.35), and (2) the overall satisfaction towards the micro-learning via activities on metaverse is at high level (mean = 4.42, SD = 0.78). In reference to the above research results, it is evident that the micro-learning via activities on metaverse enables the students to quickly develop their digital literacy and digital empathy after receiving new experiences and new knowledge because the knowledge gained from the learning of this style is easy to remember and can be applied in an effective manner.
      PubDate: Wed, 27 Mar 2024 02:04:02 +000
       
  • The Development of English Grammar Learning Skills by Using Explicit
           Teaching Method of University Students: The Case Study of Thai University
           Students

    • Abstract: In Thailand, the traditional teaching approach used for English language classes has been to explicitly teach English grammar, but in recent years the strategy has begun to shift towards the implicit teaching of language via communicative techniques. Within academic circles, there has been minimal agreement on the suitability of approaches used. Today, the question of whether it is better to use an implicit or explicit approach remains open to debate. In this study, an explicit approach is used to teach English grammar to learners in the English Program at the Faculty of Education, Lampang Rajabhat University. These learners have experienced implicit teaching during their own learning of English grammar, but upon graduation will have to use explicit methods when they become teachers of English grammar themselves. Initially, it can be observed that their knowledge of English grammar is weak. Also, they may lack the pedagogical skills to teach English grammar explicitly. The target group in this study was 74 Year 1 students. This study involved multiple steps, namely content analysis, a pre-test, explicit English grammar tutoring, a post-test and data analysis. Test results were statistically analysed for percentages, means and standard deviations. Pre- and post-test scores revealed a difference of 360, or 12.16%, with the mean of 4.87 (SD = 9.96). It can be seen that English grammar learning skills of the target group can be developed by using the explicit teaching method and this can support pre-service English teachers to teach grammar more effectively.
      PubDate: Thu, 21 Mar 2024 00:59:02 +000
       
  • The Application of Digital Transformation in Accounting Education: A Case
           Study of Internet + Technology Improving Academic Performance

    • Abstract: This study aims to evaluate the impact of the application of Internet + technology in accounting education on academic performance, with a special focus on the academic performance changes of 2022 accounting students of Ningxia Vocational and Technical College of Finance and Economics. The study adopted a quantitative analysis method to evaluate the effects of these technologies by comparing and analyzing students' scores before and after receiving Internet + technology teaching. The data was collected from the school's student status management system, covering the performance records of 124 students. SPSS software was used for data processing and analysis, and the academic performance before and after the technology application was compared through Wilcoxon signed-rank tests. The results show that the average score of students increased significantly after the application of technology, from 48.27 points to 85.40 points, indicating that Internet + technology has played a significant role in improving academic performance in accounting. This performance improvement is attributed to the flexible learning resources, enhanced interactive learning environment, and practical learning materials provided by Internet+ technology. Research also explores the potential of these technologies to improve the quality of teaching and develop students' critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Based on these findings, the study recommends that educators integrate Internet+ technology in accounting course design and calls for future research to expand the sample scope and use qualitative methods to gain an in-depth understanding of students' feelings and feedback on digital learning tools. Overall, this study highlights the importance of integrating digital technology into accounting education and provides empirical support and reference direction for other educational institutions to implement teaching reforms in similar fields. As technology continues to develop, the education field should continue to explore and adapt to new technologies to prepare students for the needs of the future accounting industry.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Mar 2024 23:37:51 +000
       
  • Feasibility Study on the Implementation of the Two-Phase Teaching Method
           of "Short Tennis + Standard Tennis" in General Colleges and
           Universities

    • Abstract: With the extensive development of various tennis events, tennis is gradually gaining popularity among the masses in China. Many colleges and universities have also introduced specialized tennis courses. However, as the education system undergoes deepening reforms, the traditional teaching methods are no longer able to meet the demands of education. In light of this, we propose implementing the Two-Phase Teaching Method of "short tennis + standard tennis" in colleges and universities to cultivate students' interest in tennis, enhance the overall teaching quality of tennis, and promote its development in the academic setting.
      PubDate: Mon, 18 Mar 2024 01:23:57 +000
       
  • Based on the CIPP Theory Perspective: The Application of Information
           Technology Integration in Physical Education Course Evaluation - A Case
           Study of Software Engineering Institute of Guangzhou

    • Abstract: CIPP, as a decision-oriented new model of curriculum evaluation, is suitable for the evaluation needs of information-based physical education courses. The evaluation of teaching in information-based physical education courses based on the CIPP model is divided into four categories: context evaluation, input evaluation, process evaluation, and product evaluation. This study explores the evaluation system of information-based physical education courses to fully leverage the guiding function of course evaluation, aiming to better optimize the construction of information-based physical education courses and improve the quality of teaching in these courses.
      PubDate: Sat, 16 Mar 2024 01:31:48 +000
       
  • Evaluating Student Satisfaction: A Small Private University Perspective in
           Japan

    • Abstract: This study investigates undergraduate student satisfaction at a small private university in Japan, focusing on factors like social environment, instructors, facilities, support, academic grit, and student engagement. Given Japan's demographic challenges and the heightened competition in higher education, understanding these factors is crucial for student retention and institutional stability. The study employs a quantitative approach, analyzing data from a sample that mirrors the university's demographic composition. Key findings reveal that instructors, facilities, and support significantly influence student satisfaction, with distinct variations observed when analyzed by gender and academic year. In contrast, grit and engagement were not statistically significant predictors; their roles in the broader educational context warrant further exploration. This study reveals actionable strategies to elevate student satisfaction at a small private Japanese university, addressing institutional, administrative, and instructional dimensions. Recommendations include upgrading facilities and enhancing the social atmosphere to foster a conducive learning environment, focusing on faculty development to improve instructional quality, and tailoring engagement strategies to meet gender-specific and year-specific needs. These measures aim to mitigate challenges like declining enrollment and student attrition by creating a more fulfilling university experience and strengthening the institution's reputation and appeal.
      PubDate: Fri, 15 Mar 2024 02:45:19 +000
       
  • Fostering Global Competence in Teacher Education: Curriculum Integration
           and Professional Development

    • Abstract: In an increasingly interconnected world, global competence in teacher education is paramount. This qualitative study delved into the perspectives of teacher education students, exploring their insights and experiences regarding integrating global competence into educational practice. Through in-depth interviews and thematic analysis, several key themes emerged, shedding light on the multifaceted nature of global competence. Participants emphasized the necessity of understanding diverse languages, cultures, histories, and geographical landscapes, highlighting their role in fostering intercultural empathy and appreciation. Moreover, the study elucidated the challenges faced in promoting global competence within the educational system, including curriculum constraints and limited opportunities for experiential learning. However, amidst these challenges, participants identified various strategies and recommendations for enhancing global competence in teacher education. These recommendations included integrating cross-cultural content into the curriculum, providing experiential learning opportunities, investing in professional development for educators, and fostering partnerships with international educational institutions. By addressing these recommendations, educators and policymakers could pave the way for a more inclusive and globally-minded educational system, equipping students with the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in an interconnected world.
      PubDate: Fri, 15 Mar 2024 02:40:19 +000
       
  • Creative Economy Learning Management to Promote Sustainable Citizenship
           for Secondary School Students in the Upper Northern Special Economic
           Development Zones, Thailand

    • Abstract: The objectives of this research were 1) to study creative economy learning approaches to promote sustainable citizenship for secondary school students in the Upper Northern Special Economic Development Zones, Thailand, and 2) to design guidelines for creative economy learning management to promote sustainable citizenship. for secondary school students in the Upper Northern Special Economic Development Zones, Thailand, and 3) to study the results of using creative economy learning management approaches to promote sustainable citizenship for secondary school students in the Upper Northern Special Economic Development Zones, Thailand. The research was action research. Samples in this research included 1) a group of 15 people who provided information on creative economy learning with the selection based on purposive sampling, 2) a group of 7 people who evaluate learning innovations with selection based on purposive sampling and 3) learning innovation trial group including 299 secondary school students with selection based on simple random sampling, coming up with a total of 321 students. The research tools included 1) a semi-unstructured interview form, 2) a form to evaluate the effectiveness of learning management approaches, and 3) a sustainable citizenship assessment form. The research results revealed that.1. The study on creative economy learning approaches to promote sustainable citizenship for secondary school students in the Upper Northern Special Economic Development Zones, Thailand revealed that creative economy learning management is an integration of creative economy concepts and a basis for learning for students to focus on skills, knowledge and understanding of the economic system with a production system of products and services that rely on the existing experiences and knowledge base. This can be done by making use of cultural resources, including economy, traditions, ways of life, and ways of living, combined with knowledge. creativity and technology level to lead to the appropriate upgrading of one's own economic system. The creative economy learning management to promote sustainable citizenship for secondary school students in the Upper Northern Special Economic Development Zones, Thailand will require promotion to bring about learning competency in 4 areas, consisting of 1) Competency regarding Community Engaged Learning 2) Economic Literacy Competency 3) Competency regarding Environmental Awareness and Green Citizenship and 4) Competency regarding Creative Economy Innovation Development.2. Designing creative economy learning guidelines to promote sustainable citizenship for secondary school students in the Upper Northern Special Economic Development Zones, Thailand, it was found that the researcher had designed a learning plan that integrated creative economy learning methods. It is designed as a lesson plan for the creative economy by using the area-based learning cycle teaching strategy (AAAR Teaching Approach) of Mangkhang (2023) together with creative community economics learning activities for 12 class periods, with evaluation results for the overall quality at the most appropriate level.3. The study on the results of using creative economics learning management approaches to promote sustainable citizenship for secondary school students in the Upper Northern Special Economic Development Zones, Thailand revealed that the level of students' sustainable citizenship in an overall picture was at the highest level.
      PubDate: Fri, 15 Mar 2024 02:40:19 +000
       
 
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Applied Physics Research     Open Access   (Followers: 9)
Asian Culture and History     Open Access   (Followers: 12)
Asian Social Science     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
Cancer and Clinical Oncology     Open Access   (Followers: 9)
Computer and Information Science     Open Access   (Followers: 15)
Earth Science Research     Open Access   (Followers: 8)
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Engineering Management Research     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
English Language and Literature Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 18)
English Language Teaching     Open Access   (Followers: 32)
Environment and Natural Resources Research     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
Environment and Pollution     Open Access   (Followers: 10)
Global J. of Health Science     Open Access   (Followers: 6, SJR: 0.416, CiteScore: 1)
Higher Education Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 68)
Intl. Business Research     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
Intl. J. of Biology     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Intl. J. of Business and Management     Open Access   (Followers: 15)
Intl. J. of Chemistry     Open Access   (Followers: 10)
Intl. J. of Economics and Finance     Open Access   (Followers: 13)
Intl. J. of English Linguistics     Open Access   (Followers: 11)
Intl. J. of Marketing Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 13)
Intl. J. of Psychological Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Intl. J. of Statistics and Probability     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Intl. Law Research     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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