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ISSN (Print) 1913-9020 - ISSN (Online) 1913-9039
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  • Think-Pair-Share in the Development of Grade 7 Student Multiply and Divide
           Decimal Mathematical Achievement

    • Authors: Apantee Poonputta
      Abstract: In this study, the effectiveness of a learning management plan using the think-pair-share technique on students' learning of decimal multiplication and division was investigated. The quasi-experimental study involved 42 grade 7 students in a public school in Thailand, who were simple random sampling. The study used a learning management plan, a learning achievement test, and a scoring rubric as instruments and employed the effectiveness index and a paired samples t-test to analyze the results. The results showed that the think-pair-share technique was effective in improving the student’s understanding of decimal multiplication and division and that the students demonstrated learning outcomes on most topics and met the requirements on the post-test. The study also found that there was a significant improvement in the student’s scores on the pre-test and post-test.
      PubDate: Mon, 31 Jul 2023 11:36:54 +000
  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 16,
           No. 4

    • Authors: Chris Lee
      Abstract: Reviewer acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 16, No. 4, 2023.
      PubDate: Thu, 27 Jul 2023 07:27:52 +000
  • Appropriation Method in Visual Art Teacher Education Painting Art Studio

    • Authors: Handan BÜLBÜL
      Abstract: This research is a case study aiming to reveal the experiences of art students towards the activity of “reproduction through appropriation”. During the activity process, students were firstly informed about appropriation and the art of appropriation, especially the works in which two works of art were appropriated by integrating them, and each student was asked to identify two works of art to be appropriated. Students made sketches by establishing relational links between the two works they chose. In the last stage, students were expected to make a new artistic production. In this research, which was conducted with the participation of 8 students attending the art studio course, the experiences of the students regarding the process formed the unit of analysis. Worksheets, process evaluation form and artworks were used as data sources. As a result of the research, it was identified that the students were able to produce thoughts about the concepts emerging with appropriation and appropriation art and question this art practice. The students made an effort to integrate the artistic elements in the two works they used for appropriation in an appropriate way and to create the best visual fiction, and they were able to bring a new interpretation by making use of the artists’ application of the paint technique and their understanding of colour in the appropriated works. They also realised that the artwork they produced was only a tool to force themselves into the artistic creation process and to gain artistic knowledge and skills. In other words, they developed an awareness of the limits of utilising the works in the history of art to ensure originality in their future arworks. It is possible to say that making use of the appropriation method in art studio courses will contribute to the artistic development of students.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Jul 2023 07:43:08 +000
  • The State of Geriatric and Gerontology Education in Ghana: A Literature

    • Authors: Samuel Asante
      Abstract: The rise in older population in Ghana is accompanied by challenges that may require trained professionals with specialized knowledge in geriatrics and gerontology to help address. Research, however, points to an existing shortage of geriatric-trained professionals in Ghana; a problem that can be addressed with the education and training of students with interest in aging. This paper offers a review of the state of geriatric and gerontology education in Ghana. The paper specifically examines current geriatric-focused training programs in public universities, and existing national aging policies with implications for the development and implementation of aging education in institutions of higher learning in Ghana. The review findings point to an urgent need for governmental and institutional commitment to promote aging studies as a component of health professions curricula in Ghana. Critical steps to prioritizing and forging a path to instituting geriatric and gerontology education in Ghana are discussed.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Jul 2023 07:15:02 +000
  • Examining Perceived Social Support and Levels of Happiness in Mothers of
           Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    • Authors: Özgür Kurt
      Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine perceived social support and levels of happiness in mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder. The study group of the research consists of 30 mothers providing primary care to 30 subjects (5 girls and 25 boys) aged 7-25 attending the Armağan Dönertaş Handicapped Children Education and Rehabilitation Application and Research Centre of Trakya University, and who were in the autism spectrum disorder group according to the DSM-5 criteria. In line with the purpose of the study, the participants were asked to respond to the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support, whose Turkish validity and reliability study was conducted by Doğan and Akıncı-Çötok (2011), and the Oxford Happiness Questionnaire, whose Turkish validity and reliability study was carried out by Arkar and Yaldız (2001). Based on the findings of the study, it was determined that the highest perception of social support was for Family Support. Furthermore, when evaluated in terms of standard deviations, it was determined that there was a more homogeneous distribution in this dimension compared to the others. It was seen that the distributions in the other dimensions were slightly above the mean. Considering the distribution of the happiness questionnaire, it was determined that the distribution was close to the mean. Moreover, it was determined that the minimum score was 77 and that the maximum score that could be obtained from the scale was 139, not 174. It was seen that the distribution was in the range of 62 points and remained within a limited structure. The findings of the study show that there was no significant relationship between the items of Happiness and Perceived Social Support. It is predicted that mothers’ levels of happiness will increase by benefitting from professional social support resources and services provided by social care experts.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Jul 2023 07:02:06 +000
  • Program Development of English Teacher’s Competency Enhancement for
           Learning in 21st-Century of Secondary Schools in the Northeastern Region

    • Authors: Chaiyuth Sirisuthi
      Abstract: The English language is a global language and crucial for all people, and English teachers’ competency development affects high-quality students, the objectives of the research were 1) to study the elements and indicators of English teachers’ competency 2) to study the current conditions, desirable conditions, and needs to enhance English teachers’ competency 3) to create and develop the English teachers’ competency enhancement program, and 4) to study the results of implementing the English teachers’ competency enhancement program. Research Methodology was Research and Development which were conducted in 4 phases according to research objectives. The findings of the study showed that: I. The elements and indicators of English teachers’ competency consisted of 3 aspects, 14 elements, and 67 indicators including 1) knowledge, 2) skills, and 3) characteristics insisted on by the 9 experts. In all aspects, 14 elements were appropriate at the highest level. II. In current conditions competency of English teachers in all aspects were at a high level. Overall desirable conditions were at the highest level, and their competencies needed were knowledge, skills, and characteristics, respectively. III. The English teachers’ competency enhancement program consisted of 1) rationale 2) objectives 3) contents: Module 1 (18 hours), Module 2 (12 hours), Module 3 (6 hours) 4) procedure and sub-activities 5) test and measurement. The 9 experts’ evaluation of the program is at the most appropriate, feasibility, and utility level. IV. The result of implementing the English teachers’ competency enhancement program showed that 1) Knowledge: the post-development average was higher than the pre-development average. 2) Skills: assessed by the school supervising teacher, the first time their overall performances were at the average level, the second time and third times were at a high level, and the highest respectively. 3) Characteristics: evaluated by the director and the head of the Foreign Languages Department, the first time supervision was at the average level, the second time and third times were at a high level, and the highest, respectively. 4) the overall satisfaction of English teachers who joined the program was at the highest level.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 Jul 2023 13:26:41 +000
  • A Model of Teacher Leadership Development on Competency-Based Learning
           Management for Teachers in Science and Technology Department in
           Large-Sized Secondary Schools under the Office of the Basic Education
           Commission in the Northeast

    • Authors: Warachit Promket
      Abstract: The objectives of this Research and Development were to: Develop Competency-based learning management for Teachers of the science and technology Departments in large-sized secondary Schools under the office of the basic education commission in the northeast. The findings were as follows: I) There were five main components in Developing Teacher Leadership in Competency-based, namely 1) Process management as the basis for learning 2) Self-development and peer teachers 3) Development Course 4) Performance measurement and evaluation 5) Characterization as the teacher. II) The necessary needs of teacher leadership for competency-based learning management were as follows: 1) Performance measurement and evaluation PNI Modified = 0.842 and 2) Process management is the basis for learning PNI Modified = 0.297. III) A Model for Developing Teacher Leadership in Competency-based for use of the form, Origin, and significance of form, principle, purpose, The content of the format, The process of form supervision, and follow-up 4) Analysis of results. Pre-test and Post-test Score before training and after training difference are significant at.05.The results of the evaluation of the behavior and leadership of the teacher in the field of learning management and overall performance in the process of management and learning are very high (x=4.026, S.D.=0.699) and In terms of performance measurement and evaluation, the average value is very high (x=4.144, S.D.=0.710), statistically used by one sample t-test Compared with the average criterion of 3.51, it was found that the average score of teacher leadership behavior in the competency-based learning management was higher than the average of 3.51 with a statistical significance at .05.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 Jul 2023 13:15:25 +000
  • Development of Scientific Problem-Solving Skills in Grade 9 Students by
           Applying Problem-Based Learning

    • Authors: Chulida Hemtasin
      Abstract: Making predictions and observations, interpreting data, and drawing conclusions are all examples of scientific problem-solving procedures. The purpose of this research was 1) to develop scientific problem-solving skills by applying problem-based learning as a basis for students in grade 9 to pass the 70 percent requirement and 2) to study the satisfaction of grade 9 students with respect to problem-based learning management. With these aims in mind, the author developed science learning activities in everyday life by applying problem-based learning management in four plans and developing students’ scientific problem-solving skills. Data were collected with a 20-item, multiple-choice scientific problem-solving skill assessment. A total of 32 students in grade 9 in a public secondary school were chosen as study participants. The data were examined with respect to the mean, standard deviation, and percentage. The results revealed that the grade 9 students had an average scientific problem-solving skill score of 15.28 points, representing 76.40%. From this, it can be seen that students had problem-solving skill scores higher than the base requirement. Regarding grade 9 students’ satisfaction with PBL management, the mean value was 4.62, representing the most satisfied level.
      PubDate: Thu, 20 Jul 2023 13:09:51 +000
  • Outcomes from Professional Experience Provision for Students Through Media
           Development and Special Hybrid Event During Covid-19 Pandemic

    • Authors: Kuntida Thamwipat
      Abstract: This research was aimed to provide professional experience to students, to develop and examine the quality of media development and special hybrid event during Covid-19 pandemic, to evaluate the perception, and the satisfaction of the sampling group towards media and special hybrid event during Covid-19 pandemic. The tools in this research consisted of 1) an interview schedule for students regarding professional experience provision, 2) media and special hybrid event during Covid-19 pandemic, 3) evaluation forms for quality of contents and media presentation and activities, 4) a perception evaluation form, and 5) a satisfaction questionnaire for the sampling group regarding media and special hybrid event during Covid-19 pandemic. The data were collected from 30 fourth-year undergraduate students from the Department of Educational Communications and Technology who enrolled in the ETM 361 Presentation Skill II course and participated in the project to raise funds for students with financial hardship in the Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology. They were chosen using purposive sampling method. The statistical methods were percentage, mean score, and standard deviation. The findings were as follows: after the professional experience provision for students,and interview them, such experience helped students gain skills in planning, problem solving, and teamwork. Therefore, the training in this course could really provide quality professional experience to students. With regards to media development and special hybrid event during Covid-19 pandemic, this research followed the ADDIE Model which consists of 5 steps as in Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation. The expert panels then evaluated the quality. It was found that the quality of contents was at a very good level (x = 4.77, S.D. = 0.42) and that the quality of media presentation and activities was at a very good level (x = 4.76, S.D. = 0.45). The perception and the satisfaction of the sampling group regarding the media development and special hybrid event during Covid-19 pandemic was at the highest level (x = 4.79, S.D. = 0.45), (x = 4.76, S.D. = 0.45). Therefore, the professional experience provision for students through media development and special hybrid event during Covid-19 pandemic was of good quality.
      PubDate: Sun, 16 Jul 2023 09:01:12 +000
  • Comparing the Effectiveness of Newer Linework on the Mental Cutting Test
           (MCT) to Investigate Its Delivery in Online Educational Settings

    • Authors: Wade H. Goodridge
      Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine any differences in test scores between three different online versions of the Mental Cutting Test (MCT). The MCT was developed to quantify a rotational and proportion construct of spatial ability and has been used extensively to assess spatial ability. This test was developed in 1938 as a paper-and-pencil test, where examinees are presented with a two-dimensional drawing of a 3D object containing a cutting plane passing through the object. The examinee must then determine the cross-sectional shape that would result from cutting along the imaginary cutting plane. This work explored three versions of this test (the original and two adapted versions), administered online, to see if there were any differences on the versions regarding student performance. Versions differed in the linework quality displayed as well as shading shown on the surfaces.This study analyzed statics students’ scores on the three online versions of the MCT and on the original paper version of the MCT to identify which version of the test may be most optimal for administering to engineering students. Results showed that there was a statistically significant difference in students’ scores between multiple versions. Understanding which representations of the MCT items are most clear to students will provide insights for educators looking to improve and understand the spatial ability of their students.
      PubDate: Sun, 16 Jul 2023 08:56:19 +000
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