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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. 1

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Education and Learning, Vol. 13, No. 1, 2024
      PubDate: Sat, 27 Jan 2024 10:16:43 +000
       
  • Supervision of Teaching and Learning Managements by Educational
           Institution Administrators Under the Jurisdiction of Phitsanulok Primary
           Educational Service Area Office 2

    • Abstract: The research aims to: 1) Investigate the results of supervision of teaching and learning managements by educational institution administrators under the jurisdiction of Phitsanulok Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. This is a survey research. The samples in the study include 1) 97 educational institution administrators under the jurisdiction of Phitsanulok Primary Educational Service Area Office 2: 2) 97 teachers under the jurisdiction of Phitsanulok Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 These participants were selected using simple random method, totaling 194 people. The tools used in this research are 1) a Document analysis form, and 2) a Questionnaire concerning the supervision of teaching and learning managements of schools under the jurisdiction of Phitsanulok Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. Data was analyzed qualitatively using content analysis and presented in a descriptive analysis format. The results of the study found that; The supervision of teaching and learning managements by educational institution administrators under the jurisdiction of Phitsanulok Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 is generally at the highest level. When considering specific issues, it was found that; in terms of blended learning, the administrators have supported the learning process through online electronic media; in terms of collaborative lesson development, the administrators have identified lesson development issues from classroom problems; and in terms of teaching tasks and mentoring system, the administrators have fostered relationships with teachers in managing teaching and learning teaching and learning managements.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 10:22:50 +000
       
  • Exploring the Educational Potential of Immersive New Media Art in Urban
           Commercial Spaces in Dalian City, Liaoning Province, China

    • Abstract: Contemporary Chinese art has witnessed a transformative evolution in the realm of installation art, particularly in the context of immersive new media installations within urban commercial spaces. This study explores the educational potential of immersive new media art in urban commercial spaces in Dalian City, Liaoning Province, China. The research journey spans various stages of Dalian’s installation art development, from its early emergence in the 1980s to the prosperous period in the 1990s and its diversification in the 21st century. Key themes explored include the evolution of artistic expression, the impact on education, and the integration of new media in urban commercial spaces. The research site primarily focuses on Dalian’s cultural and commercial landscapes, with a spotlight on the Xiongdong Street project. The study employs a qualitative research methodology, combining field research, interviews, multimedia elements, and data analysis to offer comprehensive insights into the subject matter. Key informants include artists, scholars, and experts within the field of installation art. The research results reveal the dynamic evolution of Dalian’s installation art, its educational significance, and its integration into urban commercial spaces. The study suggests that immersive new media art has the potential to enrich art education, engage the public, and foster cultural and commercial development.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 10:20:52 +000
       
  • The Significance of Percussion Instruments in Isan Thai Folk Music within
           the Context of Music Education and Learning

    • Abstract: In northeastern Thailand, the beating heart of tradition and music intertwines seamlessly. The objective of this study was to explore the significance of percussion instruments in Isan Thai folk music within the context of music education and learning. The scope of the research site spans the northeastern Provinces of Thailand. The study employs qualitative interviews with experts and practitioners, complemented by field visits and observations. The findings emphasize that Isan Thai folk music serves as a cultural bridge, nurturing mutual understanding and expressing the extraordinary occurrences within the community. Music education emerges as a pivotal tool in safeguarding the cultural heritage of Isan Thai folk music, offering students a window into diverse cultures, and enriching their appreciation of the world's cultural tapestry. Despite challenges such as a dearth of successors and waning interest among the younger generation. The preservation of Isan percussion instruments is an invaluable component of intangible cultural heritage, thus contributing substantially to the broader discourse on cultural heritage preservation and the role of music education in fostering cross-cultural appreciation and understanding.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 10:19:31 +000
       
  • Guidelines for the Application of Design Thinking Processes in School
           Administration of School Administrators Under the Secondary Educational
           Service Area Office, Phitsanulok, Uttaradit

    • Abstract: The purpose of this research is twofold: 1) to study the application of the design thinking process in school administration under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office, Phitsanulok, Uttaradit, and 2) to explore the implementation of design thinking process in school administration of school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office, Phitsanulok, Uttaradit. This is a qualitative research study conducted using a sample of 57 educational administrators and 7 qualified personnel as participants. The research tools utilized include document analysis, questionnaires, and interviews, with statistical analysis involving mean values and standard deviations. The research findings indicate that: 1) The application of the design thinking process in school administration of school administrators is at its highest level. When considering each aspect, it was found that the model prototypes had the highest average, while data synthesis had the lowest average. 2) In terms of guidelines for applying design thinking processes in school administration, it was observed that confidence, empathy in work, and awareness of problems with open-ended questioning encourage creativity. Motivating and encouraging the expression of different ideas by participating in the development of models for use in problem-solving and the collection of information of suggestions, for improvement and development were key factors.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 10:17:58 +000
       
  • The Development of a Task-Based Chinese Speaking Instructional Model for
           Chinese as a Foreign Language Learners in Thailand

    • Abstract: This research aimed to (1) develop a task-based Chinese speaking (TBCS) instructional model to enhance the Chinese speaking skills of beginner-level Thai learners studying Chinese as a foreign language (CFL), (2) implement the developed TBCS instructional model with beginner-level Thai CFL learners for refinement, and (3) evaluate the suitability of the developed model by seeking experts’ opinions. The participants of this research included 5 experts specialized in instructional model design and teaching Chinese as a foreign language, as well as 22 beginner-level Thai CFL learners enrolled in a Chinese program at a public high school in Thailand. Research instruments included the TBCS instructional model with 12 lesson plans and the expert evaluation form. The collected data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and percentage. The research findings revealed that (1) the developed TBCS instructional model consisted of 7 key elements: goals and assumptions, teaching procedures, learning environment, principles and reactions, support system, application, and instructional and nurturant effects, with the teaching procedures comprising of 4 major steps: activate prior experience, build language skills, carry out tasks, and deepen understanding, (2) the students had successful speaking performance after studying through the developed model, and (3) the suitability of the developed TBCS instructional model was evaluated by experts at the highest level.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 10:15:57 +000
       
  • The Development of the Ability to Solve Mathematical Problems and Academic
           Achievement Decimal Problem of Prathomsuksa6 Students Through Cooperative
           Learning Management STAD and KWDL Technique

    • Abstract: The research aimed to achieve the following objectives: 1)Assess the effectiveness of cooperative learning management utilizing the STAD technique and KWDL technique among PrathomSuksa6 students in solving decimal problems, with a target of achieving a 75/75 criterion. 2) Enhance the problem-solving abilities of grade 6students in mathematics by implementing cooperative learning management using the combined STAD technique and KWDL technique, compared to a 75 percent criterion. 3) Improve the learning achievement in mathematics of grade 6 students in solving decimal problems through cooperative learning management, employing the STAD technique and KWDL technique, in line with a 75 percent criterion. The research was conducted with a selected group of 33 students from Prathomsuksa6/1, first semester, academic year 2022, at Ban Chiang Yuen School. The research tools employed were: 1) a cooperative learning plan incorporating the STAD and KWDL techniques, 2) a mathematics problem-solving ability test, and 3) a mathematics learning achievement test. Data analysis involved the use of percentage, mean, standard deviation, and efficiency (E1/E2).The findings of the study indicated the following: Cooperative learning management using the STAD technique and KWDL technique exhibited an efficiency of 76.14/75.45, satisfying the 75/75 criterion. The average mathematics score post-intervention was 75.76 percent, surpassing the 75 percent criterion. Mathematics learning achievement, as measured by the average score post-intervention, reached 75.45 percent, fulfilling the 75 percent criterion.
      PubDate: Sun, 21 Jan 2024 10:14:22 +000
       
  • Development of Autonomous Learning Model to Enhance Inflight Safety-Based
           Competence for Cabin Crew

    • Abstract: Currently, the aviation business is a popular service that helps people travel conveniently, quickly, and safely. People in the airline business have become more stressed with the need to learn about inflight safety-based competence to effectively serve the broad range of passengers’ needs. One reason for this is the nature of their jobs, which also affects their learning. Therefore, this research study developed an autonomous learning model to enhance inflight safety-based competence for cabin crew and then studied the effects of using an autonomous learning model to enhance inflight safety-based competence for cabin crew. This study was conducted in two parts using research and development methodology (R&D). The first phase identified problems and needs in learning about inflight safety-based competence, while the second stage examined the results of using the developed learning model. The results revealed that an autonomous learning model consisted of the model’s purpose, identification and management of learning goals, knowledge development of learning strategies, the trainer’s role, practical ideas, and reflection on and evaluation of the learner’s learning. Furthermore, the cabin crew members had improved scores in inflight safety-based competence learning in four areas: safety policy, risk management, safety promotion, and safety assurance, compared before participating in the autonomous learning model testing. The vital learning promotion course for cabin crew dealing with the inflight safety of the passengers. The developed autonomous learning model should enhance the inflight safety-based competence of cabin crew.
      PubDate: Sat, 20 Jan 2024 12:37:23 +000
       
  • Development of the Music Teachers’ Competency to Become a Professional
           Teacher in Active Learning Management

    • Abstract: This research paper aimed to develop a training curriculum to enhance the competency of music teachers in Buriram Province who graduated from Rajabhat University and became professional teachers in active learning management. The study involved 50 music teachers who participated in workshops and academic exchange forums. The training curriculum consisted of eight components, including the development of active learning unit plans and lesson plans. The research instruments used were the training curriculum, the active learning unit plan assessment form, and the active learning lesson plan assessment form. The use of the curriculum resulted in positive outcomes, with most of the active learning unit plans receiving high assessment scores, and the academic exchange forums effectively showcased best practices. This study provides insights into the development of a training curriculum aimed at enhancing the competencies of music teachers in active learning management, which can be adapted to other teaching fields.
      PubDate: Wed, 20 Dec 2023 03:23:08 +000
       
  • Effectiveness of CIRC to Enhance Chinese Reading and Writing Skills for
           Grad 3 Primary Students in Liuzhou City, China

    • Abstract: The objective of this study is to investigate the effects of implementing the Collaborative Strategic Reading (CIRC) approach in reading instruction on the development of reading and writing abilities among third-grade children in primary schools. Utilizing a unified pre-test and post-test experimental design. The study’s sample consists of 43 students that are enrolled in Class 1 of Grade 3. The study involved the implementation of Collaborative Integrated Reading and Composition (CIRC) methodology in Chinese reading instruction. Additionally, self-designed assessments were administered to measure the students’ reading and writing proficiency levels. These assessments were conducted both before to and after the experimental intervention, allowing for the examination of any variations in the students’ scores. The data underwent analysis utilizing the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), which involved calculating the mean, standard deviation, and conducting a T-test. The findings of the study suggest that the use of CIRC (Cognitive Instructional Reading Comprehension) in Chinese reading instruction yields a substantial enhancement in the reading and writing proficiencies of elementary school children. Moreover, there is a notable increase in the scores across several dimensions of reading and writing skills. Based on the findings of this study, the researchers propose the implementation of CIRC technology in Chinese reading instruction across several grade levels as a means to augment students’ proficiency in reading and writing.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:13:02 +000
       
  • A Teaching Styles Typology of Practicing Teachers

    • Abstract: This study describes a typology of the teaching styles of practicing teachers. Teaching style refers to a teacher’s distinct qualities that are persistent from situation to situation regardless of the content. The Teaching Style Assessment Scale, which measures teaching style, was completed by 1,261 nursing faculty in Japan. Prior cluster analysis revealed four naturally-occurring groups based on their teaching style, with teachers practicing learner-centered and teacher-centered styles nearly equally. The dual purposes of this study were (1) to measure the differences between these groups to determine if they were unique and (2) to describe any teaching style differences among these groups. Analysis of variance and Scheffé descriptive statistics supported the conclusion that a typology exists for classifying teaching styles as they are practiced in the field by teachers. Discriminant analysis identified the distinctions among the groups. The four distinct groups clearly described in this Teaching Styles Typology of Practicing Teachers are Distinctly Teacher-Centered, Moderately Teacher-Centered, Consistently Learner-Centered, and Decidedly Learner-Centered. This typology of teaching styles can be a valuable tool for teachers to improve their professional practice. It has implications for increased professionalism by facilitating increased self-awareness and assisting in developing an educational philosophy.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
  • An Investigation of Simultaneous Prompting to Teach an Addition Algorithm
           to Preschool Students

    • Abstract: This manuscript reports the results of an investigation of the simultaneous prompting procedure to teach a five-step algorithm for solving three addition basic facts. Four preschool students receiving Tier 1 services in their school’s multi-tier system of supports (MTSS) framework participated. A multiple probe across participants single case design was employed, and a visual analysis of the data indicate a functional relationship between the independent and dependent variable. Three of the participants achieved the mastery criterion and maintained the targeted learning outcome for 2–6 weeks. These participants applied the five-step algorithm to three sets of novel addition facts and acquired incidental information consisting of mathematics terminology. The fourth participant voluntarily discontinued her involvement in the study but, prior to her withdrawal, her data were similar to that of the other three participants. Social validity data from the participants’ teachers confirmed their satisfaction with the study’s procedures and participants’ learning outcomes. The results extend those from related research and validate simultaneous prompting’s effectiveness in teaching mathematics to students receiving Tier 1 and Tier 3 services in an MTSS framework. Topics for future research are discussed, and include investigating the effectiveness of simultaneous prompting to teach mathematics across students receiving services through all MTSS tiers.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
  • Measuring Quality in Two Early Childhood Education Contexts: Centre-Based
           Childcare and Four-Year-Old Preschool

    • Abstract: The quality of early childhood experiences is crucial to a child’s development and educational success. Yet few early childhood education and care services in the world today offer a consistently high level of educational quality. In particular, educational quality depends on the context’s characteristics. The aim of this study was therefore to measure and compare the educational quality experienced in two distinct educational contexts, located in Quebec: early childhood centres and 4-year-old preschools. Results of the study indicate that there are very few significant differences between these two educational contexts in terms of interaction quality and pedagogical orientations quality, while variables related to structural quality vary greatly. Correlational and regression analyses carried out separately on each educational context show that few variables are predictive of interaction quality levels, suggesting that other variables, notably related to pedagogical orientations quality, would better explain variations in adult-child interactions predictive of child development. These results have implications for initial training curriculum aimed towards adults working in early childcare and for future directions in research on educational quality, including rethinking the importance of pedagogical orientations and structures in the ecosystemic model of quality.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
  • Secondary Principals’ Perceptions and Practices for Implementing Student
           Suicide Prevention Programs

    • Abstract: We explored secondary school principals’ knowledge of suicide prevention programs, their perceptions of the logistical and cultural barriers associated with suicide prevention program adoption, and their justification for adopting (or not adopting) suicide prevention programs in their schools. Principals, as positional leaders of schools, can lead the adoption and support of school-based suicide prevention programs for their students. Using a phenomenology framework, we conducted semi-structured interviews of eight secondary school principals working in public schools in the south-central United States. The principals readily identified the importance of supporting students’ mental health to enhance their learning as a justification for implementing suicide prevention programs for their students. They shared how limited staffing, time, perception of school responsibility for student mental health, and lack of knowledge of available suicide prevention resources were logistical, cultural, and knowledge barriers to adopting suicide prevention programs for students. Our research has profound implications for practice.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
  • Anti-Procrastination Strategies, Techniques and Tools and Their
           Interrelation with Self-Regulation and Self-Efficacy

    • Abstract: Academic procrastination generates several problems and negative consequences both individually and collectively: low student performance, increased stress, negative effects on physical and mental health, and general waste of resources. Therefore, it demands to be studied and understood in its different forms, so that mitigating mechanisms can be developed. The current work seeks to analyse the phenomenon of academic procrastination within postgraduate students registered for the Management Postgraduate Program in a Brazilian Federal University, in order to identify strategies, techniques and tools utilised by the students to overcome procrastination as well as its relation with the concepts of self-regulation and self-efficacy. The current research is descriptive with a qualitative nature, adopting a phenomenological approach through thematic analysis in order to bring to light the experiences and perceptions of individuals from their own perspectives, challenging structural or normative assumptions. In total, 24 students, 12 from the master’s degree program and 12 from the doctorate program in Management were interviewed. As a result, it was noticed that there are some overall inferences that can be taken from the narratives, outlining the phenomenon of academic procrastination and its relations with the concepts of self-regulation and self-efficacy, which led to reinforce the notion that the central elements to understand and specifically combat procrastination are related to the concepts of self-efficacy and self-regulation, which have a considerable influence on students’ motivation, behaviour and habits. The research has also pointed to some key strategies, techniques and tools that can be utilised to support further applied research as well as to guide the faculty in supporting the students to overcome or mitigate the procrastination impulse, such as use of goal orientation, visual tools, and academic support starting with undergraduate degrees. The work has an original contribution as no research has been made on that topic utilising qualitative data through a phenomenological approach, which opens a vast and new path for future research.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
  • Confirmatory Factor Analysis of Cyberbullying Among Undergraduate Students
           in Higher Education Institutions in Northeastern Thailand

    • Abstract: The main purpose of this research was to do a confirmatory factor analysis of cyberbullying behaviors among undergraduate students in higher education institutions in northeastern Thailand. The sample included 1,062 1st–4th years bachelor’s degree students in the academic year 2022 from five higher education institutions located in the Northeast of Thailand. Multi-stage sampling was employed. The research instrument was a constructed measurement form of cyberbullying behaviors of undergraduate students in institutions in the Northeast of Thailand. It was a 5-rating scale form with 30 items, each of which had a discrimination of 0.21–0.67 and a reliability of 0.99 by means of Cronbach’s alpha coefficient.The findings from the confirmatory factor analysis revealed that the cyberbullying behavior model of the students in higher education institutions in northeastern Thailand consisted of five components; 1) Impersonation, 2) Intimidation and cursing others, 3) Disclose other people’s private information, 4) Gossip or defamation of others, and 5) Deleting or blocking others from the group. The cyberbullying behavior model was consistent with the empirical data (Chi-square χ2 = 1.37, df = 2, p = .50, GFI = 1.00, AGFI = 1.00, CFI = 1.00, RMSEA = 0.00, SRMR = 0.00). This indicates that the model confirms the components of cyberbullying behaviors of undergraduate students.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
  • Developing a Model to Enhance Junior High School Teacher 21st Century
           Learning Management Competencies

    • Abstract: This study pursues a comprehensive tripartite agenda: firstly, to investigate the essential requisites for formulating a model geared towards augmenting teachers’ 21st century learning management competencies; secondly, to design a tailored model aligned with these competencies; and thirdly, to scrutinize the tangible impact of model implementation. Employing a multi-phased approach involving meticulous need analysis, model development, and real-world implementation, this study navigated a dynamic educational landscape. Phase 1 involved 353 participants, collectively shaping the foundation for subsequent phases. Phase 2 harnessed the expertise of five seasoned educators and scholars to collaboratively refine and assess the model. Phase 3 expanded the scope to encompass 24 junior high school teachers and 36 educational stakeholders, further validating the model’s utility. The outcomes highlight a model encompassing curriculum development, learner-centered active learning strategies, media and technology integration, authentic learning assessment, and conducting research for learner development. This comprehensive model was fashioned as a dynamic workshop, integrating face-to-face training, coaching training, and online modules, thereby catering to diverse learning preferences. Remarkably, the model’s implementation elicited substantial benefits: significant enhancements were observed in teachers’ 21st century learning management skills, while students’ 21st century skills also experienced discernible progress. Notably, the model’s overall quality, rigorously evaluated through the CIPPIEST model, reaffirms its excellence and potential for sustainable educational advancement.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
  • The Implementation of Hybrid Learning at Islamic University of Nahdlatul
           Ulama (UNISNU) Jepara

    • Abstract: Islamic University of Nahdlatul Ulama (UNISNU) Jepara has been implementing hybrid learning which combines face-to-face and online learning for several years. This research investigated how hybrid learning is implemented in teaching and learning and how the facility is provided by institution to support the success of the hybrid learning implementation at UNISNU Jepara. Discriptive qualitative method is used in this reserch involving respondents of 18 head study programs and 180 students to collect data needed in this research. Survey, interview and FGD were used as instruments to collect the data. The result of the research revealed that the implementation of hybrid learning at all study programs at UNISNU Jepara has not run successfully and the factors causing this was the lack of preparedness of the lecturers and the support system provided by instution has not fully met the requirements as the success factors of hybrid learning implementation.
      PubDate: Tue, 19 Dec 2023 07:12:15 +000
       
 
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