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  • Social Media Knowledge Regarding Local Election Affects
           Undergraduates’ Participation

    • Authors: Akkarajet Chaiyaphum; Tawatchai Kahaban, Yuttapong Khuenkhaew, Wannatida Yonwilad, Nattapong Rakngam
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate how familiarity with social media about local elections influences the engagement of students. The sample for this study consisted of 350 undergraduate students. The questionnaire was used as an instrument in the data collection process. The findings demonstrated that the first place to check for daily political news was Facebook, followed closely by TikTok, and then Twitter. Monitoring is done mostly daily about the regularity with which undergraduate students follow political information. Undergraduate students use electronic devices such as smartphones, iPad, other tablets, notebooks, and desktop computers to keep up with the news. A mean score of 4.30 indicates that the conduct of undergraduate students who obtain political information about local elections from social media is always favorable. The findings suggest that further study should be conducted on specific platforms to validate the impacts of social media usage in light of the distinctive characteristics of each platform.
      PubDate: Mon, 30 Jan 2023 00:00:00 -080
       
  • Enhancing English Language Skills of Upper Secondary Students through
           Content and Language Integrated Learning

    • Authors: Arun Meadseena; Jiraporn Chano
      Abstract: The purposes of this research aimed to enhance English language skills of upper secondary students through content and language integrated learning. The research procedures involved three phases as following: the first phase studied fundamental information. The second phase designed and developed the instructional strategies. The third phase implemented instructional model to enhance English language skills through content and language integrated learning. Forty of 11th grade students, second semester of academic year of 2018 selected through cluster random sampling. The assessment tools were a questionnaire, an achievement test, an English language skills test, and a satisfaction questionnaire. The result showed that students improved their listening and speaking skills. Achievement learning from the students is a result that has been achieved by students who obtain listening and speaking skills. At the 0.5 level of statistical significance, Students who were taught using content and language integrated learning outperformed those who were taught using traditional methods. CLIL learning provided students with a high level of learning satisfaction.
      PubDate: Mon, 30 Jan 2023 00:00:00 -080
       
  • The Relationship between Sport-Confidence and Goal Commitment of Amateur
           Footballers

    • Authors: Berat Koçyiğit; Aydın Şentürk
      Abstract: The goal of this study is to examine the relationship between amateur football players’ Sport-confidence and goal commitment. The study consisted of amateur footballers in Isparta province. The sample group consisted of 194 male athletes who played in amateur teams. In this study, the personal information and the sports self-confidence scale and the commitment to team goals scale in the literature were used. Continuous Sport-confidence Scale was developed by Vealey (1986) and adapted to Turkish by Engür et al. (2006).The scale consists of 13 items in total and constitutes a dimension of the Sport-confidence scale. The overall internal consistency coefficient in the adaptation study of the scale was found to be 0.89. Goal Commitment Scale in Sports was developed by Klein vd (2001) and adapted to Turkish by Şenel and Yıldız (2016). The scale, which consists of 5 items and a single sub-dimension, is a five-point Likert-type scale. The overall internal consistency coefficient in the adaptation study of the scale was found to be 0.70. Statistical analysis was performed in computer environment. Pearson correlation analysis (r) was applied. As a result, it was observed that amateur football players participating in the study had high levels of sport-confidence and commitment to team goals. A moderate positive correlation was found between sport-confidence and commitment to team goals. This is thought to be due to the fact that amateur football players want to prove themselves and that the success of the team is also adopted as the success of their football players.
      PubDate: Mon, 30 Jan 2023 00:00:00 -080
       
  • Local Wisdom for Bamboo Wicker Products through a Community-Based Approach
           in Thailand

    • Authors: Saiyut Phupuy; Saksit Rittilun, Voranuch Ninkhet
      Abstract: The objectives were to study the state of community involvement in applying local wisdom to learning management, and how to involve local wisdom, such as bamboo wicker products, to manage learning in educational settings. A select group of 85 in Kut Wa Subdistrict, Kuchinarai District, Kalasin Province, Thailand, research contributors consisted of those with bamboo wicker skills 10 persons, teachers 20 administrators, 10 school board members, 30 community leaders, and 15 arts and crafts conservation group representatives used qualitative research through group discussions and in-depth interviews. The tools used in the research are structured interviews and content-based data analytics. The results showed that community involvement in applying local wisdom and making bamboo wicker products helped people learn. The community asks for participation in providing information about local wisdom, by planning and implementing every step, coordinating every step, jointly evaluating it, seeking stakeholder benefits from local wisdom in their communities, and developing guidelines for applying local wisdom to bamboo wicker products in learning management. It discovered that all community organizations must help promote the management of local wisdom learning. The knowledge transferor must be a person who is skilled in making bamboo wicker in the community and who is considered a teacher of local wisdom. Teachers in the school must be the liaison between the community, and the school in bringing local wisdom matters into the school premises, which must be documented in a handbook for making bamboo wicker products, with which learners can apply the advice to their learning through hands-on learning.
      PubDate: Mon, 30 Jan 2023 00:00:00 -080
       
  • Impact of Teaching and Learning Using the Professional Learning Community
           through the CSIPL Process

    • Authors: Theerapat Sinthudech; Wannatida Yonwilad
      Abstract: This research aims to 1) study activities that affected the success of the PLC process, 2) study the CSIPL-based learning management process, and 3) study the expression behaviors that provided opportunities to develop learning management based on the CSIPL process. The instruments in this study were: (1) The CSIPL learning management activity plan, which includes five activities: 1) Create a story, 2) Set rules, 3) Insert content, 4) Participate in the game, and 5) Lesson learned. (2) Behavior activities in the CSIPL form include: 1) puzzle letters; 2) haunted pianos; 3) lost eyes; 4) whispers; 5) The Book of Mantra, 6) puzzle sounds; 7) death messages; 8) believing I’m dead; 9) ghosts without voices, and 10) final codes. (3) PLC process assessment form. The data were analyzed using frequency, percentages, mean score (M), standard deviation (SD), and thematic analysis. This research shows that 1) collaboration and shared visions are the stationary driving forces, accounting for 10% of equal work values, while a high collective focus on student learning (45%) drives PLC processes. 2) CSIPL process averaged 4.03 with a standard deviation of 0.74 which shows the suitability of appropriateness at a high level. 3) The overall earnings management for the CSIPL process is 4.22, which means that the level of suitability is high. 4) Students lack the experience of learning what they receive from activities that reflect process control because teachers lack the expertise, they have achieved following the PLC process. 
      PubDate: Mon, 30 Jan 2023 00:00:00 -080
       
  • Uses of Online Integrated Learning in Developing Grade 9 Students’
           Reading Comprehension

    • Authors: Pattaraporn Wongta; Authhapon Intasena, Thussaneewan Srimunta
      Abstract: The purposes of the study were to investigate the effectiveness of an online integrated learning management plan on grade 9 students’ reading comprehension and to study the students’ satisfaction with the online integrated learning management plan. The study was conducted in a one-group experimental design. The participants were 33 grade 9 students in a public school in Thailand. The instruments were a learning management plan designed using the integration of online learning, a reading comprehension test, and a satisfaction questionnaire. The statistics of percentage, mean score, standard deviation, a paired samples t-test, and the effectiveness index with the determining criteria of 75/75 were used to analyze the effectiveness of the treatment. The results indicate the effectiveness of learning management in a reading classroom. Moreover, the online environment also brought about a satisfying learning experience for the participants. The results contribute to the investigation of online integrated learning on reading development as they provide a piece of evidence to support the instructional method in the reading classroom with learners of a certain context.
      PubDate: Sun, 15 Jan 2023 18:38:57 -080
       
  • Problems with Teaching and Learning Thai Language for Communication
           Competency for Elementary School Students

    • Authors: Taratchaporn Chantarat; Chowwalit Chookhampaeng
      Abstract: Thai language is a proud cultural heritage of Thais. Moreover, Thai language for communication is one of the student core competencies which must be improved through 12 years of basic education in Thailand in order to cope with a rapidly changing trend and live happily in the 21st century. This research was carried out to explore Thai teachers’ problems with teaching Thai language for communication competency for elementary school students. The participants were 120 grade 1-3 teachers from private schools in Kalasin Province, Thailand. The questionnaires were employed to collect the personal information of the respondents and survey their problems. Percentage, mean, frequency distribution and standard deviation were applied to analyze the data. The findings revealed that problems with students’ grammatical and social-communicative competencies (M = 4.32, S.D. = .631) as well as teachers’ teaching management (M = 4.23, S.D. = .618) were at a high level. These provided useful basic information for developing a language for a communication competency-based program in the further phases.
      PubDate: Sun, 15 Jan 2023 18:35:55 -080
       
  • The Creation of Chinese Educational Resources for Sixth Grade Students

    • Authors: Supinya Ruankaew; Ninlawan Saisombat, Suttida Mungkarat, Oatthaphon Boontanai
      Abstract: The majority of the Chinese teaching resources for sixth graders are textbooks that originate in China. These textbooks are written at a level that is too advanced for sixth graders. The purpose of this project is to generate teaching materials in Chinese for students in the sixth grade. The research is conducted using a pretest and posttest method, the sample consists of students in the sixth grade, and the research instruments consist of Chinese teaching materials, Chinese exercises, academic achievement exams, and a learning satisfaction questionnaire. The findings revealed that the average score on the pre-school achievement exam for the 44 kids who participated in the research was 45.34 percent, but the post test score was 82.39 percent. The standard deviation of the scores on the pre-test was 3.08 percent, whereas on the post-test it was 1.62 percent. This paper indicated that students had significant differences in their pre-test and post-school accomplishment at the level of 0.05, and postschool achievement scores were greater than pre-test achievement scores. In addition, students were highly happy with the Chinese language teaching materials.
      PubDate: Sun, 15 Jan 2023 18:33:46 -080
       
  • Implementation of Research-Based Learning to Encourage the Educational
           Research Quality of Preservice Science Teachers

    • Authors: Chulida Hemtasin; Wisarut Payoungkiattikun, Anucha Pimsak, Sasitorn Sanpundorn, Tipubon Tippalert, Angkhan Intanin, Tawan Thongsuk
      Abstract: Research-based learning management is a learning approach that enables students to conduct their research following the research process. It is a tool to help students learn and develop their creative thinking abilities. This research aimed to study the quality of research papers of 57 preservice science teachers published in 2022. The research tool was a quality assessment consisting of 18 sub-items. Data were analyzed with basic statistics, including frequency, mean and standard deviation. The results showed that the overall quality of the research was at a good level. The three highest quality list is the significance of the study, research instrument, and data analysis, respectively. The research articles in this study were educational studies, each of which had different teaching styles and objectives depending on the context of each school. Inquiry-based learnings are the most used learning management. Creative thinking is the most popular objective to study.
      PubDate: Tue, 03 Jan 2023 19:23:08 -080
       
  • Developing Teacher Training Course to Enhance Coaching Skills to Promote
           the Creative English Communication Competence

    • Authors: Ladda Wangphasit; Piyapong Promnont
      Abstract: The objectives of the present research were to develop and assess the effectiveness of a 1) training course, and 2) coaching for promoting the creative English communication abilities of primary school learners. The sample group used in this research comprised 170 school teachers in East Bangkok. Development of the training course consisted of defining the components of the curriculum, the core principles of the curriculum design, the course objectives, course implementation process, and methods for the course measurement and evaluation. After the course was developed, it was run with the study sample and then evaluated. It was found that the effectiveness of the training course was ranked at a high level (Mean = 4.43, S.D. = 0.19). The results of curriculum efficacy evaluation following the course trial found that, as a whole, the teachers who attended the training learned useful coaching skills for enhance leaners’ creative English communication skills and ranked these at a high level  (Mean = 2.36, S.D. = 0.41). Further, when the knowledge and understanding of coaching skills before and after training were compared, it was found that the teachers’ cognitive scores on coaching skills after training were higher than before training, at a statistically significant level at .05. Overall, the participants had a high level of satisfaction with the course.
      PubDate: Tue, 03 Jan 2023 19:12:19 -080
       
 
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