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ISSN (Print) 1927-5250 - ISSN (Online) 1927-5269
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  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Education and Learning, Vol. 13,
           No. 2

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Education and Learning, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2024
      PubDate: Mon, 01 Apr 2024 06:24:53 +000
       
  • Engineering Students’ Performance in Communication Skills Courses: Does
           Attendance Really Matter'

    • Abstract: Compulsory attendance in communication skills courses offered at colleges of engineering seems to be a problematic issue for many students because it prevents them from performing well in such courses. Many students believe that time spent on these courses comes at the expense of focusing on core courses and worsens their overall performance in these courses. As such, the purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between attendance and students’ overall performance in communication skills courses for the sake of providing suggestions that would enhance students’ performance as well as allowing them to allocate more time to the core courses they are enrolled in. Making students’ life easier would not only improve their status at the educational level but would also create a feeling of comfort and satisfaction in their surroundings, particularly among family members and friends. Participants in the study are university students enrolled in the college of engineering at a Middle Eastern university. The study yields significant results showing that compulsory attendance has no significant relationship with students’ overall performance in communication skills courses. Relaxing attendance regulations might provide some margin of freedom for students to focus more on the engineering core courses without compromising their success in communication skills courses. The study provides significant recommendations that stakeholders can utilize to motivate students to perform well in communication skills courses while addressing any concerns they might have regarding the core courses they are enrolled in.
      PubDate: Thu, 07 Mar 2024 06:31:40 +000
       
  • Need Assessment of the Growth Mindset for Enhancing Learning Management of
           Teachers in the Primary Schools Under the Office of the Basic Education
           Commission

    • Abstract: The purposes of this article were 1) to study the current condition, the need for developing a growth mindset to strengthen the learning management of primary school teachers, and 2) to study guidelines for developing a growth mindset to strengthen learning management among primary school teachers under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. There were 2 stages of research: Step 1: Study the current conditions. It is necessary to develop a growth mindset to strengthen the learning management of primary school teachers. The sample consisted of 427 primary school teachers in the academic year 2022 derived by multi-stage sampling. Step 2: Study ways to develop a growth mindset to strengthen learning management among primary school teachers under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. The group of informants is qualified by studying the best practices of 5 persons by specific sampling. The research instruments were 1) a 5-level estimation scale questionnaire, 2) a semi-structured interview form, and 3) a 5-level estimation scale development guidelines assessment form. Statistics used to analyze data include means, standard deviations, priority sorting of PNImodified data, and content analysis. The results of the research showed that 1) the overall current condition and the overall aspect are moderate, and the overall desirable conditions are substantial. It was found that the growth mindset strengthens teachers’ learning management. There is a need for development in all 6 areas. In order: Learning efforts, Acceptance of failures, Acceptance of criticism, Learning challenges, Development paradigms, and Motivation for success. 2) Approaches to developing a growth mindset to strengthen the learning management of primary school teachers under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. This can be done by developing all 6 items and 20 approaches. There are development methods that consist of workshops, and learning from other people. Integration in operations, Self-study, Building a professional learning community, Counselor, and Mentoring.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:53:08 +000
       
  • A Study of Components and Indicators of Being Quality Organization of
           Phrapariyattidhamma School, General Education Department, in the Northeast
           

    • Abstract: The purpose of this study was to 1) study the components and indicators of being quality organization of Phrapariyattidhamma School, General Education Department, in the Northeast, and 2) evaluate the suitability of the components and indicators of being quality organization of Phrapariyattidhamma School, General Education Department, in the Northeast. The phases were divided into 2 phases: 1) studying documents and related works on the components of being quality organization and synthesize received data of components of being quality organization with 7 experts, and 2) evaluating the suitability of components and indicators of being quality organization employing suitability test verified by the experts on question details. The data analysis was by computer program using Rating Scale, Average, and Standard Deviation.The findings of the study were found that the components and indicators of being quality organization Phrapariyattidhamma School, General Education Department, in the Northeast contained 5 components and 43 indicators: 1) 9 indicators of quality learners, 2) 8 indicators of professional teachers, 3) 9 indicators of high-performance school, 4) 5 indicators of strategic management, 5) 8 indicators of community cooperation and the results of the overall evaluation of the components and indicators were at a higher level.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:51:34 +000
       
  • The Development of Instruction Media in Board Game to Enhance the
           Capability in the Development of Thai Textbook and the Happiness in
           Learning for Undergraduate Students

    • Abstract: The purposes of this research were to: 1) develop and determine the efficiency of instruction media in board games to enhance the capability in the Development of Thai Textbook and the happiness in learning for undergraduate students, 2) compare the undergraduate students’ learning capability in the Development of Thai Textbook before and after learning instruction media in board game and 3) to study the level of happiness in learning the Development of Thai Textbook for undergraduate students towards learning instruction media in board game. The sample group in this research consisted of 27 third year-undergraduate students, majoring in Thai, at the Faculty of Humanities, Srinakharinwirot University. The data was collected by research and development. The data was analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, t-test dependent, and content analysis. The findings of this study were as follows: (1) The efficiency of the instruction media in board games was 84.81/83.83 which was higher than the specified criteria. (2) The average student’s learning capability in the Development of Thai Textbook after learning the instruction media in board games was higher than before using instruction media in board games. (3) The undergraduate students had the highest mean level showing their pleasure in learning the Development of Thai Textbook towards learning instruction media in board game and effective for content analysis regarding the undergraduate students’ learning logs from Reflective Journal, it was found that this instruction media in board game enhanced the capability in the Development of Thai Textbook and the happiness in learning abilities.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:49:02 +000
       
  • E-Learning After the Pandemic from the Perspective of Digital Skills
           Teachers

    • Abstract: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis and the coincidental shift in public education to distance education was a starting point from which all educational institutions, especially those in developing countries, must benefit in terms of e-learning development. The need to effectively explore the use of e-learning after returning to school (face-to-face) has been increasing. Thus, we investigated the use of e-learning after the COVID-19 pandemic by examining the case of Saudi Arabia. The findings of this case study can be applicable and beneficial to other countries. By applying a qualitative research design, 15 Saudi digital skills teachers were invited to voluntarily participate in this study, and an open-question survey was conducted electronically using the snowball technique and a focus group. The teachers’ reflections on this experience have implications for their professional development and are an opening for using educational technologies and utilizing students’ digital skills in education. The study shows that the teachers continued using e-learning in their daily teaching after the pandemic. The three most important theme determinants in this study were the teachers’ use of e-learning for blended learning, communication, and professional development, in this order. Moreover, the teachers believed that they and their students had acquired and developed many skills as a result of using online learning. Finally, the study implications and suggestions are highlighted in this article.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:47:33 +000
       
  • The Development of Students’ Creative Problem-Solving Skills Through
           Learning Model in Gamification Environment Together with Cartoon Animation
           Media

    • Abstract: The aims of this study were to synthesize and evaluate the learning model in gamification environment together with cartoon animation media to promote students’ creative problem-solving skills. This study was divided into three phases, (i) synthesized and evaluated the appropriateness of learning model (ii) developed cartoon animation and (iii) assessed creative problem-solving skills. The results show that the learning model consisted of three main components: teaching component, gamification environment, and activities to promote creative problem-solving. The overall suitability assessment of the developed learning model was averaged at 4.69 (SD = 0.46) out of 5, being at the most appropriate level and the scores of the students’ post-learn creative problem-solving skills assessment were significantly higher than the criteria at the level .05. These results lead to a conclusion that the learning model in gamification environment together with cartoon animation media can significantly promote students’ creative problem-solving skills and can be applied to develop desired learners’ achievements and skills.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:46:05 +000
       
  • Development of an Instructional Model to Enhance Competency in the Thai
           Language for Grade 6 Students

    • Abstract: This study introduces a novel learning management model aimed at enhancing Thai language proficiency in sixth-grade students. Confronting challenges such as inadequate teaching resources and a lack of student-centric, practical activities in current Thai language education, this model integrates six key components: foundational principles and theories, clear objectives, diverse learning processes, social systems, responsive teaching, and supportive resources. The approach emphasizes student engagement, self-directed learning, critical thinking, and applicability in real-life situations. Employing a rigorous research and development (R&D) methodology, the study involved analyzing existing educational conditions, developing the instructional model, assessing its impact, and seeking expert validation. The model demonstrated substantial improvements in students’ knowledge, skills, and attributes, as evidenced by the effectiveness index (E.I.) and expert assessments. These evaluations confirmed the model’s suitability, practicality, and beneficial impact on language proficiency. The results indicate that integrating self-directed learning, experiential activities, and collaborative techniques significantly enhances language skills. The study underscores the need for adaptive learning strategies, varied instructional media, and comprehensive assessment methods. The model’s success in improving national test scores showcases its potential applicability and effectiveness in diverse educational settings. This research contributes a validated, effective framework for Thai language teaching, highlighting experiential learning, social collaboration, and the integration of ICT. Its successful application in Thai educational contexts suggests its potential for broader adoption in primary language education globally.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:43:21 +000
       
  • Exploring the Interplay of Motivation, International Posture, and Online
           Informal English Learning: A Mixed-Methods Study

    • Abstract: Engagement with online media among learners is closely linked to language proficiency and cultural comprehension, offering a platform for enhancing English language skills. This has given rise to the field of online informal learning of English (OILE), with numerous studies exploring learners’ habits in this domain and indicating positive impacts on language proficiency. However, disparities in OILE engagement exist among learners, with individual factors like motivation and attitude playing a role. Recent research has affirmed the positive correlation between learners’ motivation, global outlook, and their involvement in informal learning. Yet, the connection between motivation and OILE remains insufficiently explored. This mixed-methods study, conducted with female university students in Saudi Arabia, utilized a questionnaire (n = 550) and subsequent semi-structured interviews (n = 19) to scrutinize students’ motivations, International Posture (IP), and frequency of OILE use within the framework of the L2 Motivational Self System. The investigation aimed to elucidate how students’ motivation and global outlook influence their OILE practices. Results indicated that participants were moderate OILE users with a relatively restricted global outlook, displaying diverse levels of motivation. Moreover, participants’ engagement with OILE was notably shaped by their Ideal L2 selves and IP. The findings propose that participants perceived OILE as a means to connect with the international English-speaking community. Pedagogically, the study advocates for educating learners about the potential advantages of OILE use and emphasizes the need for institutions in this context to cultivate learners’ International Posture.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:41:30 +000
       
  • Connecting Academia with the Professional World: Exploring Written
           Assignments in a Postgraduate Professional Development Program

    • Abstract: Master-level postgraduate professional development (PPD) programs have grown rapidly in many parts of the world. Being able to complete written assignments successfully is a significant concern for students pursuing PPD studies. Yet the nature of written assignments in such programs has been under-researched. This paper reports a study conducted in the context of a Master of Education (MEd) program in an English-medium university in Hong Kong. The study addressed the research question How do MEd written assignments prompt students to engage with academia and the professional world' Analyses of the documentary data, comprising a collection of written assignment prompts featuring 132 tasks, revealed three categories of assignments: oriented to the professional world, oriented to academia, and connecting academia and the professional world, with the last category being the largest share (75%). The paper illustrates these categories of assignments and considers implications of the study for pedagogy and future research.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:39:58 +000
       
  • A Study of Isan Folk Music Creation Using a Sampler for Music Education

    • Abstract: This research represents a creative exploration in the field of music (Practice as Research: PaR) with the objectives of 1) studying the use of a sampler from Isan instruments and instruments from various cultures to create musical compositions using music software, and 2) examining the appropriate contexts for using a sampler in creative musical works. The research findings reveal that 1) Isan folk music possesses unique characteristics in terms of sound quality and performance techniques, while other musical elements can be combined with it in a technologically driven creative process. This involves connecting the concepts and methods of both traditional and diverse cultural music to create unified compositions using technology, such as recording musical notes in standard notation, exporting them as MIDI files, and then importing them into audio recording software to refine the sounds for complete songs. 2) Regarding the appropriate contexts for using a sampler in creative music, three main contexts were identified: an Isan folk music composition context, a music education context, and a commercial or music business context. In summary, the process of using a sampler for creative music works can bridge the concepts of various cultural music and integrate them with technology. Furthermore, this process can be extended to enhance interdisciplinary learning and teaching methods, making it applicable in diverse contexts.
      PubDate: Wed, 21 Feb 2024 07:38:21 +000
       
  • Strategy-Based Math Instruction for Secondary Students with Learning
           Difficulties: A Replication Study

    • Abstract: This paper presents a replication study investigating the effectiveness of a strategy to assist students with learning difficulties in adding fractions. Drawing on the research conducted by Grünke et al. (2023), this single-case analysis extends the application of the Look, Ask, Pick (LAP) mnemonic technique initially introduced by Test and Ellis (2005) to struggling sixth-grade students. Employing a multiple-baseline design, we implemented the LAP strategy with four participants in a time lagged fashion. Significant improvements were observed in their fraction performance, demonstrating the intervention’s potential to enhance understanding and proficiency. The students highly appreciated the strategy, deeming it of great importance. In conclusion, we address the limitations of our study, propose directions for future research, and delve into the implications for teachers. This research contributes to the understanding of fraction interventions and offers valuable insights into facilitating the mathematical progress of students facing challenges.
      PubDate: Tue, 23 Jan 2024 08:57:06 +000
       
  • Education and Learning Guidelines for the Preservation and Protection of
           Qinghai Mongolian Folk Songs in China

    • Abstract: This study aims to develop comprehensive education and learning guidelines aimed at preserving and protecting Qinghai Mongolian folk songs in China within the broader context of intangible cultural heritage. With a strong theoretical foundation emphasizing the role of education, interdisciplinary approaches, and community engagement, this study employs a multidisciplinary methodology. This includes an extensive literature review, expert consultations, fieldwork, and case studies to develop comprehensive education and learning guidelines for the safeguarding of Qinghai Mongolian folk songs. The historical evolution of Mongolian folk songs, legal frameworks, collaborative efforts, government-led initiatives, the role of social forces, published resources, and higher education institutions all feature prominently in the research results. These findings align with the theoretical principles outlined in the literature review, emphasizing the importance of education, interdisciplinary approaches, and community engagement in ICH preservation. The education and learning guidelines generated by this research serve as a valuable framework for the sustainable protection of Qinghai Mongolian folk songs and offer insights applicable to the preservation of intangible cultural heritage globally.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 11:10:14 +000
       
  • Effective Approaches to Teacher Professional Development in Thailand: Case
           Study

    • Abstract: This research aimed to investigate effective approaches to teacher development as a meaningful form of professional development (PD). The objective was to assess the impact of teachers’ learning as an approach to PD and to summarize best practices. The study involved teachers from two primary schools who participated in the Healthy School Empowerment Project, a four-year collaborative learning initiative designed to support educators in improving classroom instruction and enhancing school performance. The findings revealed the most effective approaches for professional development and enhancing teachers’ learning include establishing the school as a professional learning community (PLC), implementing teacher-as-learner programs, providing coaching by master teachers, and fostering teacher networks. Bottom of Form
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 11:08:56 +000
       
  • Investigation of the Current Situations Desired Conditions, and Essential
           Requirements for Participation in the Quality Assurance Processes of Small
           Schools Under the Office of the Basic Education Commission

    • Abstract: The objective of this study is twofold: 1) To examine the current situations, desired conditions, and requirements for participation in quality assurance efforts of small schools under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. 2) To explore developmental guidelines for enhancing the quality assurance practices of these educational institutions. The research methodology involved: 1) surveying to assess the current situations, desired conditions, and essential requirements; and 2) investigating development guidelines embedded in the working processes of three schools with the best educational assurance practices. The sample groups included 385 persons who were school administrators and teachers. Research tools included a survey form, interview forms, and an assessment form, which was verified and approved by nine qualified individuals. Data analysis involved content validation and factor analysis. The statistics also indicated the correctness, appropriateness, feasibility, and utility of the information. The statistical techniques used in the research included basic statistics and the analysis of essential requirements. The findings of the study revealed the following:1) The current situation of the participation in educational quality assurance efforts of the small schools was rated at a moderate level, with the highest level of the desired conditions. An area of the requirements that was rated with the highest score of development priority was active participation in quality assurance.2) The developmental guidelines for quality assurance practices in educational institutions encompassed five domains with a total of 16 strategies. The experts’ evaluation of these domains indicated a high level of accuracy, while appropriateness, feasibility, and utility were scored at the highest level.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 11:07:22 +000
       
  • Design of the Architecture of the Virtual Learning Community: VLC via
           Metaverse to Promote Digital Teacher’s Competency

    • Abstract: The architecture of the virtual learning community via metaverse, or VLC via metaverse, to promote digital teacher’s competency is related to the application of the concepts of virtual learning community integrated with virtual reality technology to promote the competency of teachers in the digital age. This is also to equip these teachers with comprehensive digital competency in order that they can apply it in the instruction management in a more efficient manner. In addition, this competency is believed to encourage teachers to have a step-by-step thinking process and enable them to use information technology media more practically with more understanding and creativity. The objectives of this study are (1) to synthesize the conceptual framework of the VLC via metaverse to promote digital teacher’s competency, (2) to design the architecture of the VLC via metaverse to promote digital teacher’s competency, and (3) to study the results of the design of the architecture of the VLC via metaverse to promote digital teacher’s competency. The participants in this research are 7 experts from different institutions, all of whom are specialized in the design and development of instruction systems. The research tools include (1) the architecture of the VLC via metaverse, and (2) the assessment form on the suitability of the architecture of the VLC via metaverse. The results of this research show that (1) the overall suitability of the design of the architecture of the VLC via metaverse (overall elements) is at the highest level (Mean = 4.71, SD. = 0.57), and (2) the overall suitability of the design of the architecture of the VLC via metaverse is at the highest level (Mean = 4.70, SD. = 0.52).
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 11:05:53 +000
       
  • Development of Reading Skills for Thai Grade 1 Students Through Smart
           Training Application Innovation

    • Abstract: This research aimed to create a smart training application innovation to develop Thai language reading skills for Thai grade 1 students, targeting an efficiency standard of 80/80. The study compared the reading abilities of Thai grade 1 students before and after using the application. These students were from the Network School of the Teacher Professional Experience Center, Faculty of Education, Loei Rajabhat University. Specifically, 13 students from Ban Na Si School were selected using purposive random sampling for the first semester of the academic year 2023. This school was intentionally selected due to its eagerness to implement this innovative approach. The study utilized two versions of the smart training application: one focused on words without tone marks and the other on consonant blend words. Four lesson plans were designed (two for each version), and a 20-question reading achievement test was administered. Through the E1/E2 value calculation and a t-test, it was deduced that the application surpassed the 80/80 efficiency standard, scoring 81.15/86.15. Furthermore, students exhibited a significant improvement in their reading skills after using the application, as evidenced by a higher post-study performance at a 0.05 significance level.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 11:04:26 +000
       
  • The Imagineering Learning via Metaverse: ILM Model via Metaverse to
           Promote Creative Thinking Skills

    • Abstract: The ILM model to promote creative thinking skills is concerning the application of the concepts of virtual technology in the instruction management, which is consistent and appropriate for learners in the digital age, so that they are able to learn anywhere and anytime by means of the brand-new teaching innovations. The objectives of this research are (1) to synthesise the conceptual framework of the ILM model, (2) to develop the ILM model, and (3) to study the results of the development of the ILM model. The research tools include (1) the ILM model, and (2) the evaluation form on the suitability of the ILM model. The results show that (1) the overall suitability of the ILM model (overall elements) is at the highest level (Mean = 4.88, SD = 0.14), and (2) the overall suitability of the ILM model is at the highest level (Mean = 4.90, SD = 0.18). This can be summarised that the ILM model is a kind of learning model that was developed by applying the concepts of virtual technology and imagineering learning process that can be used as guidelines to learn anywhere and anytime for the 21st century learners.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 11:03:11 +000
       
  • The Association of Personality Characteristics with Learning Strategy
           Preferences

    • Abstract: The purpose of this study was to describe the association between the learning strategy preference of the learners as identified by Assessing The Learning Strategies of AdultS (ATLAS) and the individual personality traits as defined by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). The sample was 553 adults in Canada and the United States. Two types of analyses were used to investigate the association between learning strategy preferences and personality traits. First, discriminant analysis explored the interaction of personality traits with the learning strategy preference. Second, analysis of variance measured the association of each personality trait with the learning-strategy-preference groups separately. The findings provided several explicit personality traits associated with each learning-strategy-preference group. These findings support the conclusion that a strong association exists between personality traits and learning-strategy-preference characteristics. Learning strategy preferences and personality traits complement each other. Each clarifies and enriches the other. As a result, teachers have two indicators that can help them personalize the teaching-learning environment for each student. Teachers can use the learning-strategy-group descriptions as guides for organizing each learner's instructional activities and plans and as a cognitive framework for uncovering and monitoring student behaviors and alerting teachers to potential learning difficulties for some students. Students can apply the descriptions of the learning-strategy-preference groups to facilitate self-assessment and metacognition. Theory can be enhanced by considering the two concepts of learning strategy preferences and personality traits coupled and by conducting quantitative and qualitative research to test and expand the generalizability of the learning-strategy-group descriptions. (Permission is granted to use Assessing The Learning Strategies of AdultS and the Personality Identity Estimator in practice and research. Links to printable copies and online completion are appended.)
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 10:58:50 +000
       
 
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