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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. 3

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Education and Learning, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2024
      PubDate: Sat, 01 Jun 2024 15:45:00 +000
       
  • Investigating EFL Students’ Perspectives of the Influence of Podcasts on
           Enhancing Listening Proficiency

    • Abstract: Listening is widely regarded as the predominant language proficiency utilized in virtually all forms of communication. However, its intricacies often engender feelings of complexity and, at times, provoke anxiety and frustration among both foreign and second-language learners. The enhancement of successful communication fundamentally hinges upon the precise comprehension of spoken messages. In this quantitative investigation, the present study delves into the perceptions of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) students concerning the utilization of podcasts as a tool to cultivate and bolster their listening proficiency. The study cohort comprised female university students enrolled in a preparatory year program. The examination of attitudes toward podcasts was conducted via a survey questionnaire. The findings unveiled that most participants derived enjoyment from utilizing podcasts, which in turn catalyzed their enthusiasm for English language acquisition. Additionally, they conceded that podcasts held promise in augmenting their linguistic abilities, with a primary focus on listening comprehension. These outcomes posit that podcasting serves as a medium with significant implications for students’ learning trajectories, particularly regarding the acquisition of listening proficiencies.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 May 2024 14:19:48 +000
       
  • Enhancing Knowledge, Skills, and Confidence of Oral Health Professionals
           Through Head Simulator Training: A Perceived Benefit

    • Abstract: Researchers have revealed the advantages of experiential learning for students and professionals at all levels of the health care delivery system. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of the use of head simulators in dental school in acquiring proficient periodontal knowledge, dental skills, and confidence by practicing oral health professionals. Of the 117 purposive sampled participants surveyed using a 5-point Likert scale questionnaire, 60 respondents used head simulators during their dental school education. On the effect of the head simulator enhancing knowledge. The findings regarding the effect of the head simulator in dental school revealed varying perspectives. A significant majority of participants agreed the head simulator had a beneficial effect on their skills. Among these findings, a third of participants strongly agreed the use of the head simulator notably enhanced their skills. When considering the influence on knowledge, the responses were more evenly distributed. Almost 40% of participants agreed the head simulator positively affected their knowledge, while almost 20% of participants generally disagreed. Examining the effect on confidence, findings also depicted varying viewpoints among the participants with 42% acknowledging the head simulator had a positive effect on their confidence. The findings suggest that head simulators positively affect dental education, particularly in enhancing knowledge, skills, and confidence.
      PubDate: Wed, 29 May 2024 13:53:46 +000
       
  • Intersectoral Interventions in School to Develop Strategies to Prevent the
           Use of Alcohol and Other Drugs: A Scoping Review

    • Abstract: It is important to prioritize intersectoral action at schools to prevent the use of alcohol and other drugs. This strategic act should be organized with multidisciplinary learning characteristics and with the involvement of different stakeholders. The aim of a recent scoping review was to identify the factors that benefit and hinder intersectoral actions at school resulting from the elaboration of policies to prevent drug use. It seems like the research study was a scoping review that used the P-population, C-context, and C-concept structure. The study searched for information in various databases like Embase, Proquest, Lilacs, Medline via Pubmed, PsycInfo, WHO-Iris, and PAHO-Iris on April 17, 2023. According to the results, there were 5 studies that were eligible to answer the research question. One of the advantages of intersectoral actions is the role of schools in creating a support network with different social actors, particularly with family involvement. On the other hand, one of the challenges is inconsistencies in legal regulations, which do not provide enough guidance to schools on how to prevent alcohol and drug use. While public and private schools may be affected differently by social and economic factors, it is essential to invest in developing policies that focus on drug prevention for children and adolescents who are learning in schools.
      PubDate: Tue, 16 Apr 2024 07:59:03 +000
       
  • Need Assessment of Education Management According to Sub-District
           Non-Formal and Informal Education Centre Standards for Excellence

    • Abstract: This study aims to study the Current Conditions, Desirable Conditions, and Necessary Needs of Educational Management according to standards for Excellence of Sub – District Non – Formal and Informal Education Centre. And to study educational management guidelines according to the Sub – District Non – Formal and Informal Education Centre Standards for Excellence. There were two steps: Step 1: Study the Current Conditions, Desirable Conditions, and Needs of educational management standards of Sub – District Non – Formal and Informal Education Centre Standards for Excellence. The sample consisted of 40 school administrators and 328 of the heads of Sub – District Non – Formal and Informal Education Centre, a total of 368 attended in the academic year 2022 using Multi-stage Random Sampling. Step 2: Study the standard educational management guidelines. The informants are qualified by studying best practices from five Models of Sub – District Non – Formal and Informal Education Centres, two persons, totaling ten people, by specific sampling. The research instruments: 1) The Current Conditions and Desirable Conditions Questionnaire following educational management according to standards for Excellence of Sub–District Non–Formal and Informal Education Centre, a 5-level rating scale. 2) Semi-structured interview 3) The Educational Management Approach Assessment Form is a 5-level estimation scale with statistics used to analyze the data, including mean, standard deviation, priority sorting of PNImodified data, and content analysis. The results showed that 1) the current condition as a whole and in terms of study is at a high level; Overall desirable conditions are at the highest level. One aspect is at the highest level: six are at the highest level. Considering the necessary needs, it found that the needs of educational management according to the standards. There is a need to develop all seven areas as follows Organizational Leadership, Strategic Planning, Learner and Stakeholder Focus, Knowledge Analysis and Management Measurement, Processing Management, and Personnel Focus. 2) the suggestions were seven aspects and 135 approaches as follows Workshops, Learning from other people, Brainstorming, Operating Integration, Mentoring, and Learning from successful organizations.
      PubDate: Thu, 11 Apr 2024 06:10:18 +000
       
  • Promoting Learning About Local Food Security by Applying Environmental
           Education Processes to People in Central Part of Thailand

    • Abstract: The objective of this research is twofold: firstly, to examine the level of local food security and the community members’ understanding of environmental education; and secondly, to develop a model that enhances local food security by implementing the environmental education practices of the community residents. Utilized mixed-methods research. Data were gathered via a questionnaire, a group discussion, and a workshop. A total of 378 respondents were chosen for the questionnaire using multi-stage selection, while 45 respondents were chosen using purposive sampling. Furthermore, a total of 32 community volunteers were extended an invitation to participate in the workshop. This study included descriptive statistics and content analysis. The findings indicate that the target communities have an average perception level of 3.19 regarding local food security, while their knowledge about the environment is at a high level of 4.01. The study identifies five key components for establishing local food security, namely: (1) learning local food identity; (2) inheriting local wisdom; (3) transmitting local food knowledge; (4) managing sources of local food; and (5) building local networks.
      PubDate: Thu, 11 Apr 2024 06:08:46 +000
       
  • Bridging Gaps: Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers’ Handling the
           Difficulties in Posing Real-World Mathematical Problems

    • Abstract: Real-world mathematical problem (RWMP) solving and posing are important aspects of teaching and learning mathematical modelling, as well as developing a mathematization disposition for both teachers and students. Several researchers have explored blockages or difficulties in such modelling processes and in problem posing. However, prior research has identified difficulties that the pre-service mathematics teachers (PSMTs) encountered when they tried to pose a modelling problem by choosing the general topic themselves, as there is little known about possible obstacles that PSMTs can encounter when trying to pose a real-world problem relevant to a given mathematical topic. The current study explored the difficulties encountered by PSMTs in a RWMP-posing activity. The target group was 23 PSMTs with prior experience in mathematical modelling and mathematical problem posing. The findings showed that the PSMTs struggled with: (a) task organization, which involved selecting and understanding mathematical knowledge; (b) specialized content knowledge, which included a lack of real-world knowledge and difficulty in connecting mathematical concepts to real-world contexts; and (c) individual considerations of aptness, which encompassed authenticity, interest, complexity, language, and relevance to task organization. The PSMTs applied various strategies to complete the posing task, such as using problem-posing and solving heuristics, adapting existing problems, sharing and discussing with friends, and considering the perspective of a typical student. The implications of these findings should help in developing preparatory instructional practices for mathematics teachers.
      PubDate: Thu, 11 Apr 2024 06:06:42 +000
       
  • The Strategies of Driving Upright Schools Under the Office of the Basic
           Education Commission in the Northeastern

    • Abstract: The study aimed 1) to investigate the components and indicators of the upright schools, 2) to explore the current state, the desired state, and the need assessment of driving the upright schools, 3) to develop strategies for driving the upright schools and 4) to investigate the outcomes of implementing driving the upright school strategies in schools in the northeastern region under the supervision of the Office of Basic Education Commission. The study is divided into 4 phases. Phase 1: seven experts scrutinize, evaluate the components and indicators. Phase 2: investigate the need assessment of a sample group including school directors and teachers total of 375 schools took derived by multi-stage sampling. Phase 3: 10 experts for assessment the strategies. Phase 4: apply the strategies to 30 schools. The data were collected through questionnaires, interviews, assessments, and observational forms. Average, standard deviation and Priority Needs Index (PNImodified) were used to analyze the data. The findings of the study revealed the following: 1. The components and indicators of the upright school project include five components and sixteen indicators: 1) academic administration (4 indicators), 2) budget administration (3 indicators), 3) personnel administration (2 indicators), 4) general administration (2 indicators), and 5) result and success (5 indicators). These are measured at the highest level when evaluating the appropriateness of the mentioned features and indicators. 2. The overall current state of the upright schools is rated at a moderate level, while the desired state is rated at high level. However, when classifying the needs of driving the upright school project, the required components were arranged from highest to lowest as follows: result and success, academic administration, budget administration, personnel administration, and general administration. 3. The strategies for driving upright schools under the authority of the Office of Basic Education Commission, which are comprised of 5 strategies (5S) 4. The outcomes of implementing driving the upright school strategies demonstrated that the target schools understandably applied the strategies and have been evaluated at the highest level in all standards regarding the standard of upright school project administration on the whole.
      PubDate: Thu, 11 Apr 2024 06:04:26 +000
       
  • Historical Development of Education and Learning in the Transmission of
           Miao Nationality Music in Yunnan Province, China

    • Abstract: Miao Nationality music represents a profound and longstanding musical heritage from the cultural legacy of the Miao community in Yunnan Province, China. This qualitative research study endeavor aims to explore the historical development and transmission of Miao Nationality music, emphasizing its significance within the context of ethnomusicology, cultural transmission theory, and education theory. The chosen research site strategically focuses on Yunnan Province, China, especially targeting regions with substantial Miao populace and deeply entranced musical traditions. Seven key informants, including elder musicians, music educators, community leaders, and cultural enthusiasts, were purposefully sampled to provide expert insights. A thematic analysis of qualitative data gathered through interviews and observations revealed important information about the ancient roots of Miao Nationality music, how it is used in everyday life, how cultural exchanges affect it, and how important it is for traditional instruments, vocal styles, and passing down the music from one generation to the next. The study suggests strategies for safeguarding and disseminating Miao Nationality music, emphasizing cultural awareness, technological advancements, support for inheritors, environmental protection, and innovative communication methods.
      PubDate: Thu, 11 Apr 2024 06:02:40 +000
       
  • Computer Game Development for Balancing Chemical Equations Skill in
           Chemistry Education

    • Abstract: This computer game was designed and developed to enhance the skills of high school students in balancing chemical equations. The game simulates a trip to the beach and consists of three missions, ranging from easy to difficult levels, enabling players to engage in a contextual learning experience. The objectives of this computer game development were to compare learning achievement before and after using the game and to evaluate the level of satisfaction in learning through the game. The study sample consisted of 27 high school students in Mathayom Suksa four, selected from a medium-sized school in Pathumthani Province, Thailand, using purposive sampling. The research employed two primary assessment tools: 1) a pretest-posttest to assess the understanding of balancing chemical equations and 2) a satisfaction evaluation form to evaluate the computer game. Data analysis was performed using the mean, standard deviation (S.D.), t-test, and normalized gain (). The findings revealed that the mean learning achievement after using the computer game (13.52) was significantly higher than the mean before using the computer game (11.52) at a significance level of 0.01. The overall normalized gain for the class was at a moderate level. Furthermore, the majority of the participants expressed high satisfaction with a mean score of 4.56, indicating that the computer game was user-friendly and conducive to learning. The content, which presented chemical reactions in daily life within the computer game, was also easily comprehensible. Therefore, it could be effectively utilized to enhance classroom learning and applied to other areas of knowledge.
      PubDate: Thu, 11 Apr 2024 06:01:07 +000
       
  • Components and Indicators of the Supervision Models for Developing
           Experiential Competency that Promote Life Skills for Early Childhood
           Teachers under the Office of the Basic Education Commission

    • Abstract: This research aimed to: 1) investigate the components and performance indicators for organizing experiential activities that foster life skills among early childhood students, particularly those taught by teachers under the Office of the Basic Education Commission of Thailand; 2) examine the current state, desired state, and the needs of supervision models for teachers to develop experiential competency that promotes life skills in early childhood students; and 3) enhance the supervision models for developing experiential competency, specifically focusing on promoting life skills among early childhood students taught by teachers under the Office of the Basic Education Commission of Thailand. The research is divided into 3 phrases. Phase 1: examine the components and indicators, targeting a qualified group of 9 experts selected through purposive sampling. This selection is based on the appropriateness assessment using the components and indicators evaluation form. Phase 2: investigate the needs of the supervision models. The sample group comprises 320 early childhood teachers, selected through multi-stage random sampling using a questionnaire with a 5-level Likert scale. Phase 3: developing the supervision models. Nine qualified experts selected through purposive sampling examined the appropriateness of the supervision models. The data were collected through questionnaires, interviews, assessments, and observations. Average, standard deviation and Priority Needs Index (PNImodified) were used to analyze the data. The findings of the study revealed the following: 1. The components and indicators of life skills serve as standards for teachers in organizing experiences that promote life skills for early childhood students. There are 5 components and 23 indicators, categorized as follows: 1) Decision-making with 5 indicators, 2) Problem-solving with 5 indicators, 3) Analytical thinking with 4 indicators, 4) Empathy with 4 indicators, and 5) Communication with 5 indicators. Overall, the proficiency level is rated as the highest.2. The current state is rated as the highest, and the desired state is also at a high level. When assessing the needs of the supervision models, it is found that the component with the highest need is Component 3—Analytical Thinking. This is followed by Component 2—Problem-Solving, Component 4—Empathy, Component 1—Decision Making, and Component 5—Communication, with the lowest index of essential needs respectively.3. The results of enhancing the supervision models for teachers to develop experiential competency that promotes life skills in early childhood students reveal that the supervision models encompasses five formats: 1) Preparation: Planning and development, 2) Strengthen Relationships and Increase Knowledge: Building relationships and expanding knowledge, 3) Knowledge into Practice: Applying knowledge into practice, 4) Reflection: Reflecting on outcomes for understanding, and 5) Evaluation: Quality measurement and assessment. These formats are deemed highly suitable, appropriate, and effective.
      PubDate: Thu, 11 Apr 2024 05:59:32 +000
       
  • The Study and Analysis of Behavior, Patterns of Physical Activity
           Promotion Among Citizens in Mueang District, Mahasarakham Province

    • Abstract: This study investigates the patterns of promoting physical activity among residents in Mueang District, Mahasarakham Province, Thailand. It explores the impact of contemporary societal shifts, such as increased reliance on technology and decreased physical labor, on public health. The research identifies the rise of chronic diseases due to lifestyle changes and the need for preventive strategies emphasizing physical activity. Utilizing a questionnaire, the study analyzes residents' knowledge, awareness, motivation, and practices regarding health promotion through physical exercise. The findings reveal high general knowledge and awareness of health benefits but low levels of physical activity practice, influenced by lifestyle and societal changes. The study emphasizes the importance of tailored health promotion strategies and the role of digital platforms in enhancing physical activity awareness and participation. This research contributes to understanding effective methods to promote physical activity and addresses the health challenges faced by the local population, promoting sustainable physical and mental health.
      PubDate: Thu, 04 Apr 2024 08:10:31 +000
       
  • An Immersive Virtual Learning Environment for the Development of Hard
           Skills: A Scientometric Analysis and Systematic Review

    • Abstract: A scientometric analysis and systematic review of an immersive virtual learning environment (IVLE) designed to improve the development of hard skills comprised this study. The review focused on the period between 2016 and 2023 and was conducted using the Scopus database. This study employed a scientometrics analysis and systematic review methodology. In this study, a comprehensive analysis was conducted on a corpus of 12 scholarly articles that have been published within the last 8 years. This study looked at the aggregate magnitude and trajectory of scholarly publications and looked at a number of trends in scholarly research, including annual reports, article counts, article distribution across different sources, finding the most useful sources, keyword analysis, looking into the best collaboration groups, looking at how themes have changed over time, judging contributions, and practical implications. The primary findings regarding the data and document types indicated that a total of 12 articles were published across 10 different sources within the timeframe of 2016 to 2023. The research conducted on IVLE for the development of hard skills exhibited fluctuations in its pace, alternating between deceleration and positive acceleration. The growth rate of the articles peaked in 2022. The primary publication with the greatest of source is “Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems.” Keyword Plus growth rate for terms like “virtual reality,” “e-learning,” and “teaching” The nations exhibit a high degree of collaboration in the field of research. The findings indicated that the authors hailing from Mexico and Colombia exhibited the greatest frequency (n = 2). The thematic evolution of the study indicated two significant advancements: firstly, the emergence of e-learning studies that have propelled the field of e-learning, and secondly, the integration of virtual reality into e-learning practices. The classification of applications encompasses various components: title, solution, learning strategy, and learning tasks.
      PubDate: Thu, 04 Apr 2024 08:09:07 +000
       
  • The Application of Behavioral and Constructivist Theories in Educational
           Technology

    • Abstract: The educational technology designer should know about the learning theories to analyze the needs and design the contents in terms of the target that aimed to reach from learning operations. Educational technology is known as a process that includes many factors, which will provide a good simulation for the students. This research study used a basic qualitative study because it interprets an educational field experience. This is the type of research most commonly used in the fields of education, health, and social work because it is interpretative research. The participants in this study were two college instructors and 10 college students who volunteered to participate in this study. All participants have teaching experience and work in the same school. This study concludes that mixing instructional technology with behavioral theory provides an opportunity to stimulate students through psychological conditions by direct experiences and activities inside the classroom. Mixing instructional technology with constructivist theory allows educators to focus on how students can explore and discover class content and new experiences by explaining their mistakes, ideas, and experiences and the basics of the content.
      PubDate: Thu, 04 Apr 2024 08:07:14 +000
       
  • The Study of the Components and Indicators of the Innovative Organizations
           of Secondary Schools Under the Office of the Basic Education Commission

    • Abstract: The objective of this study was to study the composition and indicators of innovative organizations of secondary schools under the Office of the Basic Education Commission using research papers study principles and concepts. Then, data was collected, analyzed, and synthesized to obtain the composition and indicators of the innovative organization of secondary schools under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. The tools used to collect data included document notes and assessment forms for the suitability of elements and indicators by confirming elements and indicators from 9 experts. Among the informants are notable people. Three expert groups’ credentials are ascertained by Purposive Sampling: Group 1: Academic staff members in postsecondary education establishments who hold a Ph.D. in education, educational administration, or a related field and are assistant professors or higher. Group 2: Educational Administrators having a Ph.D. in Education and a minimum of five years’ experience in the field. Group 3 consists of school administrators who have at least five years of experience managing schools and a doctorate in educational administration.The results of the study showed that 1) the innovative organizational composition of secondary schools under the Office of the Basic Education Commission consisted of 5 components: (1) Vision and Strategy, (2) Organizational Structure, (3) Organizational Culture, (4) Human Resource Development and (5) organizational communication. 2) Elements and indicators of vision and strategy are most appropriate, 3) Elements and Indicators of organizational structure are most appropriate, 4) Elements and Indicators of Human Resource Development and 5) Elements and Indicators of corporate communication are most appropriate.
      PubDate: Thu, 04 Apr 2024 08:05:46 +000
       
  • Development of Reading in Multilingual Environments in 2nd Grade Children

    • Abstract: The main objective of this study is to assess the Spanish literacy competence of students enrolled in bilingual and trilingual programs by analyzing the developmental process and evolutionary course of reading during the first cycle of Primary Education. This analysis aims to determine whether the reading skills in Spanish of students in multilingual schools are affected by immersion in a foreign language, in this case, English. To achieve this, a total of 258 second-grade primary students were examined, categorized into groups based on the number of languages they knew (two or three), in comparison to a control group of monolingual students. Two variables were measured: intelligence using the WISC-IV and literacy competence using the TALE. The results of both tests indicate that there are no significant differences in reading competence between bilingual and trilingual students and monolingual students. These results reinforce the idea that learning to read is a process not influenced by the number of languages spoken.
      PubDate: Thu, 04 Apr 2024 08:04:18 +000
       
  • Geographic and Contextualized Education in the Brazilian Semiarid:
           Applicability Proposal

    • Abstract: Geographic education in recent years has undergone major transformations in school curricula, moving from a memorization practice to a critical reflection based on the students’ local reality. This is included in official teaching documents. On the other hand, the application of this new approach to applicability problems, largely due to the lack of elements focused on teaching resources that facilitate this process or the training of professionalized teachers before this conceptual change. This is present in the Brazilian semi-arid region, with the insertion of coexistence contextualized with the semi-arid region in the quest to work on education along the lines of applicability of the student’s knowledge. That said, we have such an objective here, providing some reflections to reach such a path, an active and participatory teaching.
      PubDate: Tue, 12 Mar 2024 08:45:18 +000
       
  • Students’ Evaluations of Multilingual Educational Slides and Their
           Visual Attention Distribution on Slides with Different Layouts

    • Abstract: Following efforts to promote internationalization at academic institutions, the use of multiple languages on educational slides (e.g., PowerPoint) has gradually increased. Multilingualism in learning has its advantages, but having multiple languages on educational slides can lead to crowding and cognitive overload. To investigate how students perceive multilingual slides, evaluations were gathered from Japanese (N = 20) and Indonesian students (N = 20) during an eye-tracking experiment in which their visual attention distribution on the slides was assessed. The slides contained text in three languages (English, Japanese, and Bahasa Indonesia) and were varied according to their layout. One group watched slides with text separated in blocks, with one text block for each language, while the other group watched slides consisting of a single, mixed block with each sentence describing the same information in a different language. The students’ evaluations showed that slides with a mixed layout were judged as more crowded and required more processing effort than slides with a separated-block layout. Furthermore, while the students dwelled their gaze significantly longer on text in their native language (either Bahasa Indonesia or Japanese) on separated-block slides, for slides with a mixed layout, the gaze patterns did not significantly differ between languages. The results of a comprehension quiz taken after the slide presentation, however, showed that students performed better after having watched the slides with the mixed layout. Thus, although judged as more crowded and requiring a wider attention distribution, slides with a mixed layout may be preferable in multilingual education.
      PubDate: Tue, 12 Mar 2024 08:40:23 +000
       
 
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