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  • THE DEMOCRATIC POLITICAL CULTURE OF COMMUNITY LEADER IN PHAYAO
           MUNICIPALITY, PHAYAO PROVINCE

    • Authors: Phra Chananphiphat Ariyameti (Thanaphatphakdekul), Phrakhrusophonpariyatsuti (Sribandon Thiradhammo), Somyod Panyamak
      Pages: 1 - 11
      Abstract: The purposes of this thesis were 1)study of democratic political culture of community leaders in Phayao Municipality, Phayao Province 2) Comparison of democratic political culture of community leaders in Phayao Municipality, Phayao Province 3) Propose guidelines for the development of democratic political culture of community leaders in Phayao Municipality, Phayao Province. The study was mixed methods research between quantitative research and qualitative research. The quantitative data were collected from 391 population eligible to vote at both national and local levels by questionnaires, and data were analyzed by descriptive statistics including percentage, mean and standard deviation. Qualitatve data were collected using a schedule interview from 25 key informants as the local leaders and local community leaders, and content analysis was used for analyzing qualitative data. Results of the study were as follows: 1) The democratic political culture of community leaders in Phayao Municipality was at the highest level in all aspects, namely narrow political culture. civilian political culture and participatory political culture. 2) The comparison of democratic political culture of community leaders in Phayao Municipality, Phayao Province, found that the size of the community was different. Community leaders have a democratic political culture. There was a statistically significant difference at the 0.05 level. 3) Guidelines for the development of democratic political culture of community leaders in Phayao Municipality, Phayao Province, namely leaders, politicians, officials and relevant agencies must jointly provide knowledge and advice. Understanding the people's importance to local politics, as well as providing knowledge about democratic governance in order to raise people's awareness and understanding about the various systems and their rights and duties until This leads to systematic development and further changes in local political patterns or characteristics for effective and effective coexistence in society. as well as to promote additional knowledge in other areas related to lead the transformation and further development in full.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP OF FACTORS INFLUENCING LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF
           MATHAYOMSUKSA 6TH STUDENTS UNDER SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE
           4

    • Authors: Phra Nattawut Aggavaddhano (Nookua), Phramaha Yannawat Thitavaddhano, Lampong Klomkul
      Pages: 12 - 22
      Abstract: This research article aimed to study the causal relationship of factors influencing learning achievement of Mathayomsuksa 6th students in secondary schools under Secondary Educational Service Area Office 4. Qualitative research method was designed and collected data from 12 key informants who were Mathayomsuksa 6th teachers who had teaching experience not less than 10 years, received senior professional level teachers, and being a recognized teacher.Data was analyzed by content analysis. Results showed that a causal relationship of factors influencing learning achievement of Mathayomsuksa 6th students in secondary schools under Secondary Educational Service Area Office 4 consisted of variables 1) teaching quality, 2) characteristics of friends, 3) family environment, 4) characteristics of students, 5) Trisikkha, and 6) learning achievement.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE EFFECTS OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING USING STAD TECHNIQUE WITH KWL
           TECHNIQUE ON HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENT OF PRATHOMSUKSA 5 STUDENTS

    • Authors: Pornpan Lunubol, Rapeepat Daunphensri, Sirawan Jaradrawiwat
      Pages: 23 - 37
      Abstract: The purpose of this research were 1) to compare learning achievement on Human and Environment of Prathomsuksa 5 students who studied with cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique before and after learning, 2) to compare learning achievement unit Human and Environment of Prathomsuksa 5 students who studied with cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique with the criterion at 70 percent, 3) to study group work process of the Prathomsuksa 5 students who studied with cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique, and 4) to study attitude of the Prathomsuksa 5 students who studied with cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique. The samples were 30 Prathomsuksa 5 students derived by cluster random sampling. The instruments were; 1) 6 lesson plans, 2) 20 items of the learning achievement test, 3) 15 items of the observation form of group work process, and 4) 12 items of the attitude questionnaire. The statistics for data analysis were mean, standard deviation, t-test dependent and t-test for one sample.The research results were 1) Students’ learning achievements on Human and Environment measured after learning with cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique was higher than their learning performance measured before learning at the level of .05 significance. 2) The students’ learning achievements on Human and Environment measured after learning with cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique was higher than the 70 percent criterion at the level of .05 significance. 3) The group work process after learning with cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique was at a high level. 4) The attitude scores toward cooperative learning using STAD with KWL technique was at the highest level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE USE OF ONLINE TOOLS FOR DEVELOPING ENGLISH READING SKILLS

    • Authors: Palisa Suntornsawate
      Pages: 38 - 55
      Abstract: This research article aims to 1) compare the score before and after using online tools for the Basic Reading course 2) study the first year English major students’ satisfaction towards learning management using online tools and 3) study the first year English major students’ satisfaction towards online tools in aspect of content, design and implementation. The sample group used in the research was the 25 first year English major students selected by purposive random sampling. The research instruments were the lesson plan, the foreign university websites with 10 topics of reading skill, the activity worksheet (Learning through website List) which indicated the navigations linking to foreign university website, the work sheet, the reading comprehension test which was used to measure the score before and after the study, the satisfaction assessment questionnaire towards the learning management using online tools and the satisfaction assessment questionnaire towards online tools in aspect of content, design, and implementation. The data were statistically analyzed using the mean and t-test. The findings of the research were as follows: 1) The learners’ scores after using online tools were higher than before using online tools at the level of p-value 0.009 statistically significant. 2) The satisfaction towards learning management using online tools was at the most level in overall with the mean of 3.49. 3) The satisfaction towards online tools was at the most level in overall in aspect of content, design, and implementation with the mean of 3.18, 3.01, and 3.66 consecutively.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR DEVELOPING ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT OF SCIENCE MATH
           BILINGUAL PROGRAM ACCORDING TO THE CONCEPT OF INNOVATOR AND ENTREPRENEUR
           COMPENTENCIES

    • Authors: Piyanooch Mongkol, Penvara Xupravati
      Pages: 56 - 68
      Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1) to examine current and the desirable state of Academic Management of Science Math Bilingual Program according to the concept of innovator and entrepreneur competencies of students. 2) to examine priorities of the needs of Academic Management of Science Math Bilingual Program according to the concept of innovator and entrepreneur competencies. This study used a survey research methodology. The samples were selected using purposive sampling. There were 3 Science Math Bilingual Program Schools in Bangkok and vicinity as followed Thammasatkhlongluangwithayakhom School, Phrapathom Wittayalai School and Poolcharoen Wittayakhom School and there were 33 informants in total comprising of 9 school management team members and 24 teachers. Current and desirable states questionnaires were used as a tool to collect data. Frequency, percentage, mean/average, standard deviation and PNImodified were used to analyze the collected data. The research finding showed that 1) The overall current state and the desirable state of Academic Management of Science Math Bilingual Program according to the concept of innovator and entrepreneur competencies were at the highest level and highest level, respectively. 2)The priority needs index of Academic Management of Science Math Bilingual Program according to the concept of innovator and entrepreneur competencies fell on the developing the curriculum (PNImodified=0.36). The second priority needs index was teaching management (PNImodified= 0.31) and the lowest priority needs index was measurement and evaluation (PNImodified=0.26). The highest priorities of the needs index of the concept of innovator and entrepreneur competencies fell on the creative thinking (PNImodified=0.36). The second priority needs index was need for achievement (PNImodified=0.34) and the lowest priority needs index was networking (PNImodified=0.27).
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL UNDER THE EDUCATIONAL
           OFFICE BANGKOK METROPOLITAN AUTHORITY WITH THE ORDINARY NATIONAL TEST
           (O-NET) SCORE HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL TEST IN EVERY SUBJECT

    • Authors: Wanlapa Todang, Boonmee Nenyod
      Pages: 69 - 81
      Abstract: The purposes of this study were to states and study the problems of the academic procedure of Primary Schools under the Educational office under Bangkok Metropolitan Authority with the Ordinary National Test (O-NET) score higher than the National Test score in every subject. This study was a survey study. The populations of this study were 890 of school directors, deputy directors of academic affairs, and heads of departments. The instrument used was the questionnaires and collected data were analyzed using the percentage. The research results showed 1) regarding school academic procedure of elementary schools, academic plans were made and prepared; regarding the school curriculum management, the school curriculum was developed and reformed; regarding the learning management, a child-centered concept was emphasized; regarding academic supervision, the in-school supervisory processes were approached; regarding studying result measurement and evaluation, the guidelines were determined; regarding technology, innovation, and learning resources developments, technology, innovation, and learning resources were created, developed, and used; regarding research for educational quality development, the policies on classroom research were used; regarding community participation in promoting school academic strength, school board members were promoted to participate in learning activities; and regarding school quality assurance and academic procedure, administrative roles to quality assurance were determined, 2) some problems occurred in some elementary schools, for example, regarding academic planning, budgets were inadequate; regarding the school curriculum management, the techniques of supervision were not diverse; regarding learning management, budgets used for activities were inadequate; regarding in–school supervision, the quality of the supervisory instrument was not tested; regarding measurement and education and evaluation, the guidelines of the results from learning measurement and evaluation were not determined; regarding technology, innovation, and learning resources developments, the budget was inadequate; research for educational quality development, lack of supports were found; regarding community participation in promoting school academic strength, operational level functions of the school board members were uncleared; and regarding school quality assurance and academic procedure, lack of evaluation skills of personnel was found.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • DEVELOPMENT OF READING AND WRITING SKILLS FOR WORDS WITH THE TONE MARKS BY
           USING EDUCATIONAL GAMES OF PRATHOMSUKSA 1 STUDENTS AT ANUBAN NONTHABURI
           SCHOOL

    • Authors: Nongnuch Upalee, Nopphawan Chimroylarp, Sitthikorn Sumalee
      Pages: 82 - 95
      Abstract: The objectives of this research were 1) to improve the reading and writing skills on tonal words through educational games of the students in Primary 1 at Anuban Nonthaburi School. 2) to evaluate reading and writing skills on tonal words of the students in Primary 1 at Anuban Nonthaburi School after the activities to promote learning skills of reading and writing on tonal words with educational games. The sample group used in this research was 17 students who were studying in Primary 1/2 in the second semester of Academic Year 2020 at Anuban Nonthaburi School. This sample group was selected by purposive sampling. The research tools consisted of 12 lesson plans to improve reading and writing skills on tonal words with 12 educational games and a set of reading and writing skill test on tonal words. Data was analyzed by using basic statistics, mean, and percentage. The results of the research were as follows: 1) The students’ development during the course of reading and writing skills on tonal words by using educational games had an average score of 16.44 or 82.23 percent. Their reading skills had an average score of 16.35 or 81.77 percent while writing skills had an average score of 16.54 or 82.68 percent. Students had a higher score after the course at an average score of 0.21. 2) The assessment results from the reading and writing skill test of the students after the course had an overall average score of 16.65 or 83.2 percent, passing the specified criteria of 75 percent. The average score of their reading skills was 16.06 or 80.29 percent while their writing skills had an average score of 17.24, accounted for 86.18 percent.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE SCHOOL- BASED MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS UNDER SAMUTPRAKAN
           PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE 1

    • Authors: Roongtip Yuanglamyai , Surachai Tienkhaw
      Pages: 96 - 107
      Abstract: This research article aims to study the school-based administration of school administrators. Under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, this research is an integrated research method. There are sample groups used in the research, including School administrators and teachers under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, 327 persons were selected by simple random sampling. The research tools were questionnaires of a 5-level estimation scale and a structured interview form. The statistics used to analyze the data were frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results showed that School administration as the base of school administrators Under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office, Region 1, the overall practice was at a high level. and in-depth interviews with 3 school administrators about the school-based management approach of school administrators. Under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, it was found that the administrators should clearly define the administrative structure for all personnel to participate in the work. Support and encourage personnel to perform their assigned duties to their full potential. as well as allowing the school board to participate in the development of educational management in a systematic way using the budget appropriately and is ready for the school committee and the central Check the school's operations. for the school to be most effective in managing education.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT MODEL WITH PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY (PLC)
           PROCESS TO IMPROVE LEARNER QUALITY AT SIRIRATTANATHORN SCHOOL

    • Authors: Bussabong Promjan
      Pages: 108 - 121
      Abstract: The objectives of this research paper were 1) to study the problems and needs related to participatory administration through the community of professional learning process; professional learning 3) To study the effect of using the model 4) To study the satisfaction with the model It is a mixed method research which is a quantitative research which is a study of problems and needs related to participatory management. A population questionnaire was used in the research of 139 people. The qualitative research was to create a model. A group of 13 key informants participated in the group discussion, using the group discussion questionnaires as a research tool. The data were then asked to explore the satisfaction of using the model. A group of six key informants used a structured interview form. The results showed that: 1) Problems and needs related to participatory management through the community process of professional learning. Overall, it was at a high level with an average of 4.16. 2) The model of participatory management with community process of professional learning to raise the quality of learners of Siriratanathorn School consists of 7 components: (1) shared vision (2) shared participation, Solidarity (3) Shared leadership (4) Participation in learning and professional development (5) Community participation in friendship (6) Participation in supporting structures (7) Participation in forwarding information. 3) The effect of applying the pattern, Raising the quality of learners at Siriratanathorn School, It was able to raise the quality of learners according to the 10 standard to excellent level and the average scores on basic national tests continued to rise. 4) Satisfaction with the use of the model of participation in cooperation at the highest level and participation in community support structures at the lowest level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE PRIORITY NEEDS OF DEVELOPING ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT OF DENLA BRITISH
           SCHOOL BASED ON THE CONCEPT OF DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION

    • Authors: Namphet Pathaphithong, Ponglikit Petpon
      Pages: 122 - 131
      Abstract: The purposes of this research article were to study the need of developing academic management of Denla British School based on the concept of differentiated instruction. This research was a descriptive research. The informants were 170 directors, teachers and Year 8-10 students. The research instrument was a questionnaire. Results showed that 1) The current stage of developing academic management of Denla British school base on the concept of differentiated instruction characteristics is moderate (M=3.486). 2) The data were analyzed using priority needs index modified (PNIModified). The results showed that the highest priority needs for developing academic management based on the concept of differentiated instruction is assessment and evaluation (PNIModified=0.272) with the highest priority needs of its sub-elements being criteria for student assessment and evaluations (PNIModified=0.273) and implementation of assessment and evaluation (PNIModified=0.271), respectively. The lowest priority needs is curriculum development (PNIModified=0.244).
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • EFFECTS OF DEDUCTIVE METHOD WITH COORPERATIVE LEARNING TGT TECHNIQUE ON
           SPELLING FINAL SOUND SECTION OF PRATHOMSUKSA 2 STUDENTS

    • Authors: Raveeporn Changin, Sukanlaya Sucher, Sirawan Jaradrawiwat
      Pages: 132 - 145
      Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1) to compare the learning achievement on spelling final sound section of Prathomsuksa two students before and after implementing deductive method with cooperative learning TGT technique and 2) to study the attitudes of Prathomsuksa two students towards deductive method with cooperative learning TGT technique. The samples consisted of 30 Prathomsuksa 2 students in the first semester of Academic Year 2020, obtained by cluster random sampling. The research instruments were: 1) the lesson plans of deductive method with TGT Cooperative learning on Thai spelling section for Prathomsuksa two students, consisted of 8 lesson plans taking 13 periods 2) a learning achievement test; 20 items of four multiple choices test, and 3) an attitude test; 15 items of 5-level Likert rating scale questionnaire. Research design is one-group pretest-posttest design. The statistics used in data analysis were the mean ( x), standard deviation (S.D.), the index of item objective congruence of the learning achievement test (IOC), item difficulty, item discrimination, reliability of the test and the questionnaire, and t-test dependent. The research findings were: 1) The Prathomsuksa 2 students’ learning achievement on spelling section after implementing deductive method with cooperative learning TGT technique was significantly higher than before implementing deductive method with cooperative learning TGT technique at the .05 level. 2) The Prathomsuksa 2 students’ attitudes towards learning after implementing deductive method with cooperative learning TGT technique was at the highest level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE USE OF VISUAL THINKING TECHNIQUE TO DEVELOP LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF
           KHUB HO KHLONG PHRAPART TARN THONGDANG OF GRADE 8 STUDENTS

    • Authors: Atthasit Buapan, Chidchamai Visuttakul
      Pages: 146 - 157
      Abstract: The objectives of this research article were 1) to compare the learning achievement in Khub Ho Khlong Phrapart Tarn Thongdang of grade 8 students before and after learning by using visual thinking techniques; 2) to examine the satisfaction of grade 8 students toward the learning management using visual thinking techniques. Using a cluster random sampling, a sample of 20 grade 8 students of 1 classroom currently attending the second semester of academic year 2020 at a public school in Samut Sakhon province was included in the study. Research instruments consisted of 1) 4 plans of Thai language subject learning management, 2) 30-item test for learning achievement measurement on Khub Ho Khlong Phrapart Tarn Thongdang, and 3) a 5-point scale questionnaires with 10 questions on student satisfaction towards learning management using visual thinking techniques. Data were analyzed using statistics including mean, standard deviation, the Kolmogorov–Smirnov test, and the dependent sample t-test. Results are as follows 1) Students were higher in learning achievement in Khub Ho Khlong Phrapart Tarn Thongdang after the learning by using visual thinking techniques than before, at a statistical significance level of .05; and 2) Students satisfaction toward the learning management with visual thinking techniques at a highest level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE PRIORITY NEEDS OF ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN LOEI
           PROVINCE BASED ON THE CONCEPT OF PERSONALIZED LEARNING

    • Authors: Nattaphong Kriangkraiwong, Nantarat Charoenkul
      Pages: 158 - 170
      Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1) to study the actual state and the desirable state of academic management of secondary schools in Loei province based on the concept of personalized learning and 2) to analyze the priority needs of academic management of secondary schools in Loei province based on the concept of personalized learning. The population of the research were 4 secondary schools in Loei province consisted of Loeipittayakom school Chiangkhan school Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Loei and Srisongkram school. The Informants consisted of 32 people using the tables of Krejcie and Morgan. The research instrument in this study was the 5 - point rating scaled questionnaire of the actual state and the desirable state of academic management of secondary schools in Loei province based on the concept of personalized learning. The data were analyzed by frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation and modified priority needs index. The research findings indicated that, overall, the actual state was at the middle level and was sorted from the highest to the lowest as follows: the development of media innovation and educational technology, the curriculum development respectively, the learning process development and the measurement and evaluation. The desirable state was, overall, at the high level and was sorted from the highest to the lowest as follows: the learning process development, the development of media innovation and educational technology, the curriculum development respectively and the measurement and evaluation. The result of priority need analysis turned out that the first priority need fell on the measurement and evaluation, followed by the learning process development, curriculum development and development of media innovation and educational technology, respectively.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A NEEDS ASSESSMENT OF DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT TOWARD EXCELLENCE UNDER THE
           BANGKOK METROPOLITAN ADMINISTRATION BASED ON MEDIA, INFORMATION AND
           DIGITAL LITERACY

    • Authors: Pemika Pakkaew, Chayapim Usaho
      Pages: 171 - 182
      Abstract: The purpose of this study was to study a need assessment of developing management toward excellence under the Bangkok Metropolitan administration based on media, information and digital literacy, using descriptive analysis. The population was elementary school under the Bangkok Metropolitan administration consisted of 328 schools. The informants were the school administrators, the teachers work in the school’s quality assurance department, the students who studying grade 6, totally 543 people. The research instrument was a questionnaire on need assessment of the Bangkok Metropolitan administration based on media, information and digital in which the implemented statistic features were frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation and PNIModified. The results of the research revealed as follow: 1) The highest priority needs for school developing toward excellence in schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration based on media, information and digital literacy in aspects of results was workforce (PNIModified = 0.173). The highest priority needs for school developing toward excellence in schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration based on media, information and digital literacy in aspects of process considered by the order of need index as follow: 1) students and stakeholders 2) evaluation, analysis and knowledge management and developing performance 3) strategies 4) organization leading and 5) workforce. The highest priority needs of the sub-elements of Students and Stakeholders is Students and Stakeholders engagement to enhancing student to create media information and digital literacy (PNIModified = 0.181).
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • DEVELOPMENT OF THE MANAGEMENT MODEL WITH A PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY
           (PLC) TO ENCOURAGE CAREER SKILLS OF STUDENTS AT WATNONGSALA (PRACHANUKUL)
           SCHOOL

    • Authors: Chantana Phumma
      Pages: 183 - 200
      Abstract: The objectives of this research article were 1) to develop a management model with a professional learning community, 2) to study the results of using a management model with a professional learning community, and 3) to evaluate and draw lessons learned from using the model. Management with professional learning community to encourage career skills of students at Wat Nongsala (Prachanukul)School was a mixed methods research. 1) Qualitative research using in-depth interview of 7 key informants and focus group discussion with 9 experts were conducted, and analyzed by content analysis. 2) Quantitative research was conducted with 24 teachers, 186 students, and 186 parents.The data were analyzed by statistics, namely percentage, mean and standard deviation. The research findings were as follows: 1) the development of the management model with a professional learning community to encourage career skills of students at Wat Nongsala (Prachanukul)School consisted of principles, objectives, vocational skills promotion process, student career skills, and key success factors. 2) The results of using a management model with a professional learning community to encourage career skills of students at Wat Nongsala (Prachanukul) School found that the learning management ability to promote vocational skills of teachers in the overall was at a high level. The ability to create the curriculum of educational institutes for additional subjects of career work in overall was at the highest level. The overall occupational skill assessment achievement was at a very good level, and overall learning achievement was at an excellent level. 3) Assessment of the management model with a professional learning community to encourage career skills of students at Wat Nongsala (Prachanukul) School most suitable and possible level in overall students and parents were most suitable and possible. Results from lessons learned indicated that the model consisted of principles, objectives, vocational skills promotion process, student development outcomes and key success factors.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE EFFECTS OF AUGMENTED REALITY ON TECHNOLOGYIN DAILY LIFE OF
           MATHAYOMSUKSA 1 STUDENTS

    • Authors: Pawat Amornvetchakit, Dusit Khawloueng, Sirawan Jaradrawiwat
      Pages: 201 - 213
      Abstract: The purpose of this research was 1) to study learning achievement score on Technology in Daily life of Mathayomsuksa 1 students after studied with Augmented Reality, 2) to study the students 'satisfaction towards learning activities with Augmented Reality on Technology in Daily life. The samples consisted of 44 students who were selected by cluster random sampling. The research instruments were; 1) Augmented Reality learning media, 2) 3 lesson plans with Augmented Reality, 3) Achievement test, and 4) Satistaction questionaire. The statistics used for data analysis were percentage, arithmetic means, standard deviation, and t-test (dependent). The results of this research were as follows; 1) The posttest score of learning was significantly higher than the pretest score at the .05 level of significance. 2) The level of students 'satisfaction towards the learning activities with Augmented Reality was rated at high level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLARIFYING VALUES PROCESS ON ACCEPTANCE OF SEXUAL
           DIVERSITY FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS BY MULTIMEDIA MATERIALS

    • Authors: Natthapon Soyai, Achira Uttaman
      Pages: 214 - 227
      Abstract: The objectives of this research are 1) to study secondary school students and teachers’ attitude toward sexual diversity 2) to develop multimedia materials of clarifying values process on acceptance of sexual diversity 3) to study clarifying values process on acceptance of sexual diversity for secondary school students by using multimedia materials. This research was action research. The research instruments were 1) questionnaire about attitude toward LGBTQ+ people 2) multimedia materials of clarifying values process on acceptance of sexual diversity 3) quality assessment tools for multimedia materials in terms of contents, educational technology and value clarification process 4) measurement for clarifying values process on acceptance of sexual diversity 5) clarifying values process on acceptance of sexual diversity interview 6) multimedia assessment for teachers. 7) Interview of attitude and satisfaction. Data were analyzed using statistics such as mean, standard deviation. Statistics used to determine the accuracy of the tool. The statistics used to find the confidence formula Alpha Coefficient (Alpha Coefficient) and the statistics measure the relative development score. The results showed that 1) the students' attitude towards sexual diversity was at a good level and that of the teachers was at a very good level. 2) The quality of multimedia materials was at a good and very good level and students were satisfied after using the media 3) The students had a process to clarifying values of sexual diversity acceptance after learning multimedia materials and had a high level of development score.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF ONLINE LESSONS BASE ON GAGNE’S PRINCIPLE AND CASE
           STUDY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANALYTICAL THINKING ABILITY OF GRADE 10
           STUDENTS, SAMSENWITTAYALAI SCHOOL

    • Authors: Pakinon Kaewprapak, Boonrat Plangsorn, Sutithep Siripipattanakul
      Pages: 228 - 241
      Abstract: The objectives of this research were: 1) to develop Online Lessons of Grade 10 Students, Samsenwittayalai School. 2) to dtudy of Analytical Thinking Ability of Grade 10 Students, Samsenwittayalai School with Online Lessons. This research was A Quasi-Equivalent Control Group Designs research. The research samples were Grade 10 Students, Samsenwittayalai School in semester 2 of academic year 2021. An experimental group that study with Online Lessons 29 students, and a control group that study with traditional teaching method 24 students. The research instruments were An Online Lessons, A Lesson Plan, A Tool Assessment and An Analytical Thinking Ability Test. Data were analyzed by Arithmetic mean, Standard deviation, t-Test, and Size Effect. The results of this research revealed that 1) Online Lessons base on Gagne’s Principle and Case Study has the 4 main components: The content section which provides knowledge about criminal law, The learning management system section which uses Google Classroom with Edpuzzle, The communication section that is two-way synchronous communication via Google Meet, and The learning outcomes section that measured through An Analytical Thinking Ability Test via Google Form. The advantages of online Lessons are that students get feedback while learning and can discuss case studies in classroom that the researcher presented. 2) The student’s Analytical Thinking Ability Test scores after learning through of Online Lessons was higher than The student’s Analytical Thinking Ability Test scores after learning through of traditional teaching method at .01 level and the Effect size is Very Large.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN SCIENCE COURSE USING FLIPPED
           CLASSROOM WITH GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR GRADE 8 STUDENTS

    • Authors: Waraporn Putthumrong, Techameth Pianchana
      Pages: 242 - 254
      Abstract: The objectives of this research were to compare learning achievement of the grade 8 students before and after using Flipped Classroom with Google Classroom and to study the satisfaction of the grade 8 students taught by Flipped Classroom with Google Classroom. The sample group was gathered from a classroom of 43 grade 8 students, obtained through cluster random sampling. The research instruments used consisted of 1) a Flipped Classroom Approach lesson plan, 2) a learning achievement test, and 3) a student satisfaction questionnaire. The data were analyzed using data analysis for the purpose of the research. According to the first objective, t-test for dependent was used. The mean and standard deviation (SD) were used for finding the results of the second objective. The results revealed that 1) The learning achievement of the grade 8 students after learning through Flipped Classroom Approach was higher than the achievement prior to learning through the approach with statistical significance at the level of 0.05. 2) The results also showed the grade 8 students were satisfied with learning through Flipped Classroom Approach at a high level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • DEVELOPMENT OF GRADE 7 STUDENTS’ ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION SKILLS USING
           APPLICATIONS IN CONJUNCTION WITH CIRC TECHNIQUE AT AN OPPORTUNITY
           EXPANSION SCHOOL IN PATHUMTHANI PROVINCE

    • Authors: Nattraporn Sitti, Chidchamai Visuttakul
      Pages: 255 - 267
      Abstract: This research article aimed to 1) compare Grade 7 students’ English pronunciation skills before and after using applications in conjunction with CIRC technique, 2) compare the results of English pronunciation skills of the experimental group with those of the control group, and 3) explore students’ opinions towards using applications in conjunction with CIRC technique. The participants were two Grade 7 classrooms of 60 students (30 students each), the number of which was obtained using the cluster random sampling method, who studied in semester 1/2021 at an opportunity expansion school in Pathumthani, Thailand. The instruments included 1) 9 learning management plans, 2) a true-false English pronunciation test, and 3) an interview for exploring students’ opinions towards using applications in conjunction with CIRC technique. Data were analyzed using mean, standard deviation, and independent sample t-test. The results revealed that 1) the experimental group’s English pronunciation skills significantly improved after using applications in conjunction with CIRC technique with a statistical significance of .01 2) After using applications in conjunction with CIRC technique, the experimental group had higher English pronunciation skills with a statistical significance of .01 when compared with the control group. 3) Most students agreed with the use of applications in conjunction with CIRC technique since they thought the technique could improve their English pronunciation skills.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • JOB PERFORMANCE MOTIVATION OF TEACHERS IN BENJASIRI ACADEMIC GROUP UNDER
           THE SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE BANGKOK 2

    • Authors: Sakarin Sritrakul, Khukrit Silalaiy
      Pages: 268 - 281
      Abstract: The purposes of this research were to study and compare job performance motivation of teachers in Benjasiri academic group under the secondary educational service area office Bangkok 2, classified by gender, educational level and age range (according to generations X, Y and Z). The category of this research was survey which the instrument was a rating-scale questionnaire. The statistics used for analyzing data were percentage, frequency, mean, and standard deviation, value testing T- test and one-way ANOVA analysis of variance. The research findings were 1) Job performance motivation of the teachers was collectively found at a high level, ranking from the highest to the lowest mean as follow: responsibility, achievement, the work itself, recognition, and advancement, respectively. 2) Job performance motivation of the teachers classified by gender, educational level, and age range was not statistically significantly different.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • GOOD GOVERNANCE MANAGEMENT OF FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACHIEVEMENT
           MOTIVATION, OFFICE OF THE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION COMMISSION, NONTHABURI

    • Authors: Wiroon Thamthong, Saruda Chaisuwan
      Pages: 282 - 293
      Abstract: The objective of this research article to 1) Study the administration according to the principles of good governance of educational institutions. Under the Office of the Private Vocational Education Commission Nonthaburi. 2) Study the teacher's achievement motivation. Under the Office of the Private Vocational Education Commission Nonthaburi. and 3) A study of good governance that affects teachers' achievement motivation. The sample group consisted of 180 teachers at Under the Office of the Private Vocational Education Commission Nonthaburi. by Simple random sampling. Research instrument was 5 rating scale with IOC between 0.67 - 1.00 and the reliability at 0.988 was used to collect data. The statistics used to analyze descriptive statistical data were percentage, mean, and standard deviation, the inferential statistics was multiple regression by Stepwise method. The results of this study provided that 1) Administration according to the principles of good governance of educational institutions relationship at a statistically significant level of .01 at a high level, 2) Teacher Achievement Motivation relationship at a statistically significant level of .01 at a high level, and 3) Management according to the principles of good governance affecting teacher achievement motivation Under the Office of the Private Vocational Education Commission Nonthaburi found that rule of law and the main aspect focuses on consensus affecting teacher achievement motivation. The correlation coefficient (R) was at 0.753 which implies that the Variances in Teacher Achievement Motivation about 54.10 percent (R2 = 0.541). The standard scores (β) for teaching tasks and listening abilities were 1.701, and 0.819, respectively.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • APPROACHES FOR DEVELOPING ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD SCHOOLS
           IN TA-BO SUBDISTRICT PHETCHABUN PROVINCE BASED ON THE CONCEPT OF
           DEMOCRATIC LIFE SKILLS

    • Authors: Puttha-aksorn Srisod, Penvara Xupravati
      Pages: 294 - 306
      Abstract: The purpose of this research was to present the approaches for developing academic management of early childhood schools in Ta-bo subdistrict, Phetchabun province based on the concept of Democratic life skills. The informant were 10 administrators and early childhood educators. The research instruments were 1) Questionnaire on the current and desirable conditions of academic management of early childhood schools in Ta-bo subdistrict, Phetchabun province based on the concept of Democratic life skills and 2) the appropriateness and feasibility assessment form of the (draft) of Approaches for developing academic management of early childhood schools in Ta-bo subdistrict, Phetchabun province based on the concept of Democratic life skills. The statistics used to analyze the data consisted of Frequency distribution, Percentage, Arithmetic mean, Standard deviation, Priority Need Index and Mode (mode). The results of the study indicated that: There were 3 main approaches, 4 sub-approaches and 20 methods that could be used to develop academic management of early childhood schools in Ta-bo subdistrict, Phetchabun province based on the concept of Democratic life skills: 1) Transforming learning development assessment and evaluation for enhancing Democratic life skills 2) Improving organization of students learning experiences to enhance Democratic life skills 3) Promoting curriculum management to enhance Democratic life skills. The approaches are derived from ranking the analysis of the priority needs index. The main approaches developed from the highest needs for development was learning development assessment and evaluation (PNImodified=0.335), followed by organization of students learning experiences (PNImodified=0.281) and the lowest needs was early childhood curriculum management (PNImodified=0.276).
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • SYNERGISTIC LEADERSHIP AND RELATIONSHIP WITH THE COMMUNITY Of SCHOOL
           DIRECTORS UNDER THE SAMUT PRAKAN SECONDARY EDUCATION SERVICE AREA OFFICE

    • Authors: Buppa Saengnet, Saruda Chaisuwan
      Pages: 307 - 320
      Abstract: This research article aims to 1) study the level of synergistic leadership of the school administrators; 2) study the level of relationship-building with the community of the school administrators, and 3) study the relationship between the synergistic leadership and the relationship-building with the community of the school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Samut Prakan. This research is a quantitative research. The sample group consisted of 221 teachers at schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Samut Prakan. Research instrument was 5 rating scale with IOC between 0.67 - 1.00 and the reliability at 0.98. The data were analyzed using Frequency, Percentage, Mean, Standard Deviation, and Pearson Product Moment Correlation. Findings revealed that 1) the synergistic leadership of the school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Samut Prakan overall was found in a high level; 2) the relationship-building with the community of the school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Samut Prakan overall was found in a high level, and 3) the synergistic leadership and the relationship-building with the community of the school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Samut Prakan showed positive relationship at a statistically significant level of .01 in the highest level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A STUDY OF THE CONDITION OF CARING AND HELPING STUDENTS WITH COMMUNITY
           PARTICIPATION FOR SMALL SCHOOLS UNDER THE PHRA NAKHON SI AYUTTHAYA PRIMARY
           EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE 1

    • Authors: Premyuda Sudjum, Booncherd Chumnisart, Suddhipong Srivichai
      Pages: 321 - 329
      Abstract: The purpose of this research article was to study the condition of caring and helping students with community participation for small schools under the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Primary Educational Service Area Office 1. Quantitative research was conducted and collected data of 335 samples from administrators and teachers of small schools under Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Primary Educational Service Area Office 1. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics consisted of percentage, mean and standard deviation. Results showed that the condition of caring and helping students with community participation for small schools under the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 in overall and in each aspect were at a high level in all 5 aspects, namely student support and development, student screening, knowing students individually, protecting, helping and correcting students, and transferring students.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • SSCS LEARNING MANAGEMENT FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF MATTHAYOMSUKSA 6
           STUDENTS’ LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN A MATHEMATICS LESSON ON MEDIAN

    • Authors: Suthasinee Namnual, Kanchana Chanprasert
      Pages: 330 - 345
      Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1) to compare Matthayomsuksa 6 students’ mathematics learning achievement in a mathematics lesson on median before and after being instructed through SSCS learning management and 2) to explore their satisfaction of towards SSCS learning management. The cluster random sampling was employed to select a sample of 33 Mathayomsuksa 6 students in classroom 6/5 in semester 2 of the academic year 2020 of a secondary school in Phunphin District, Suratthani Province. The research instruments included a SCSS–based lesson plan, a mathematics achievement test, and a satisfaction survey questionnaire. Data were analyzed using mean, standard deviation, and t–test for the dependent sample. The research results showed that 1) the post–test mean score of the students after being taught through SSCS learning management was 24.452.13 which was higher than the pre–test mean score of 6.702.14. Therefore, their mathematics achievement in the lesson on median after being taught through SSCS learning management was higher compared to the pre–test mean score with a significance level of .05. 2) The overall satisfaction of learning management was at a high level with a mean score of 4.690.44 at a high level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A STUDY OF STUDENTS’ SERVICE LEARNING: A CASE STUDY OF
           DIPANGKORNWITTAYAPAT (MATTAYOMWATHATTASARNKASET) UNDER THE ROYAL PATRONAGE
           SCHOOL

    • Authors: Chatwimon Maksub, Dhirapat Kulophas
      Pages: 346 - 360
      Abstract: The purpose of this research was to 1) study the level of service learning of students’ service learning of Dipangkornwittayapat (Mattayomwathattasarnkaset) under the royal patronage school based on different backgrounds. The sample were 327 students using simple random sampling and 2) study the priority needs of developing academic affairs management based on the concept of service learning. The sample consisted of 97 administrators and teachers. The data analysis used in this research were frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, PNImodified and mode. The research found that 1) The level of service learning was overall at a high level. Service learning according to different background, hobbies and others affected learning through service learning of students of Dipangkornwittayapat (Mattayomwathattasarnkaset) Under the royal patronage school at the .05 statistical significance level. 2) The priority needs of developing academic affairs management based on the concept of service learning, sorted from highest to lowest were as follow: the highest aspect of priority need was development of curriculum (PNImodified = 0.334) evaluation and assessment (PNImodified = 0.324) respectively, and teaching (PNImodified = 0.315).
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • DEVELOPING ENTREPRRENEURSHIP SKILL ON HISTORY COURSE

    • Authors: Korakot Chittranukrouh, Kittikoon Rungruang, Nataya Pilanthananond
      Pages: 361 - 375
      Abstract: This research paper is the development of history courses to enhance entrepreneurial skills. The findings are as follows: 1) to develop a history course that enhances entrepreneurial skills for Mathayomsuksa 1 and 2) to study students' academic achievement from studying history courses to enhance entrepreneurial skills in the field of knowledge and understanding, entrepreneurial skills competence and entrepreneurial motivation. It is an applied research that brings the ability of entrepreneurial skills to be applied in teaching and learning management. The sample consisted of 20 students of Mathayomsuksa 1/12 Mathayomwatsing school in the 2022 academic year. The researcher uses a specific method of selecting T the research was carried out in accordance with the objectives in 2 steps: (1) the development of history courses; The research results are modifying course descriptions and creating a course structure to be integrated and 3 learning management plans and (2) educational achievement stage; There are tools used to measure and evaluate, including knowledge assessment form entrepreneurial understanding entrepreneurial skills competency assessment and the adoption of an entrepreneurial motivation assessment form. The findings reveal the following: 1) Development of a history course that enhances entrepreneurship skills for Mathayomsuksa 1 students, which is a plan of 3 learning activities of 12 hours, consisting of Unit 3 Past and Present Entrepreneurship, Unit 4 Entrepreneurship Skills Past and Present and Unit 5 Historical Knowledge to Business Planning. 2) Student's academic achievement from studying history courses to enhance entrepreneurial skills in the field of cognition averaged 68.50%, which was higher than the 60 percent criteria set forth. As for the ability of entrepreneurial skills, the average of the three assessments was 3.55, at a high level, which satisfies the specified criteria. In terms of self-assessment of entrepreneurial motivation, the total average was 3.80 at a high level. which meets the specified criteria.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATEGIC EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION MANAGEMENT MODEL TO
           ENHANCE THE EDUCATIONAL QUALITY OF DEBSIRIN PHUKHAE SARABURI SCHOOL,
           SARABURI

    • Authors: Thanapol Jeeradechpat
      Pages: 376 - 390
      Abstract: This article aims to 1) study contextual conditions, problems and needs to develop the educational quality of Debsirin Phukhae Saraburi School, 2) develop a Strategic educational institution management model, 3) study the results of the use of the strategic educational institution management model and 4)evaluate and improve the strategic educational institution management model to enhance the educational quality of the school. The research informant group includes 1) senior experts, 2) deputy directors, 3) educational personnel, 4) basic school board of Debsirin Phukhae Saraburi School, 5) high schooI students, 6) high school students' parents. The research tooIs include interviews, minutes of a meeting form, performance record form, a model usage assessment form, a satisfaction questionnaires. The data were analysed using three some techniques and descriptive statistics including mean and standard deviation. The results showed as follows : 1) on context, problems and needs to develop the educational quality of the aforesaid school showed that the educational development plan based on the educational standard, vision and commitment that was in line with the context of the school, the community needs and the state policy. The learning activities focuses on the students. 2) the strategic school management model to enhance the educational quality of said school comprises 3 elements: (1) input factors to drive school administration, (2) main factors and driving factors and Z3) support factors. 3) the use results of the aforementioned model showed that the teachers in charge worked based on the model assigned to fell capacity. 4) the evaluation and improvement of the said model was rated at the highest level and the satisfaction of the students and their parents in all was also rated at the highest level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • CONFLICT MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS UNDER SAMUTPRAKAN PRIMARY
           EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE 1

    • Authors: Rungthiwa Booransee , Surachai Tienkhaw
      Pages: 391 - 401
      Abstract: This research article aims to study conflict management of educational institution administrators. Under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, this research is an integrated research method. There were samples used in the research, namely school administrators and teachers in educational institutions. under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, 327 persons were selected by simple random sampling. The research tools were questionnaires, a 5-level estimation scale, and a structured interview form. The statistics used to analyze the data were frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results showed that Conflict Management of School Administrators Under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, the overall picture is at a high level. and in-depth interviews with 3 school administrators about conflict management among school administrators. Under the Samut Prakan Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, it was found that administrators should use a variety of methods to solve problems. accepting opinions from others Use a negotiating method to give both parties some satisfaction in a halfway way. Expressing thoughts should be avoided, doing what is necessary to reduce unnecessary stress. Try to stay courteous to your coworkers by using non-injuring solutions to achieve your goals. and maximize benefits to educational institutions.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A MODEL OF INTEGRATED SUPERVISION TO ENHANCE LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT AT
           WATBANSRA SCHOOL UNDER SUPHANBURI PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE
           3

    • Authors: Phitsamai Wongsa
      Pages: 402 - 420
      Abstract: The objectives of this research article were 1) to study the model of integrated supervision at Watbansa School, 2) to create a model of integrated supervision to enhance learning achievements at Watbansa School, and 3) to study the results of model experiment of integrated supervision to enhance learning achievements at Watbansa School, and 4) to assess the model of integrated supervision to enhance learning achievements at Watbansa School under Suphanburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 3.Mixed methods research with 4 steps was conducted which consisted of Step 1 study the model by analyzing documents and interviewing 5 experts, and conducted exploratory factor analysis; Step 2 constructing the model by doing focus group discussion with 9 experts; Step 3 study the results of the model experiment with the population of 164 teachers; and Step 4 evaluate the model by studying from the population consisted of 15 teachers, 9 school committee members and 164 students' parents, totaling 188 people, data were analyzed by percentage and mean. Results indicated that 1) the results of the synthesis of the components of the model were 72 variables and could be defined as 5 components, namely (1) building faith, (2) planning development, (3) implementing, (4) monitoring and evaluation, (5) admire and reflect on your thoughts. 2) The result of an expert assessment showed that was the suitability of the model. 3) The results of the model experiment showed that primary school students Grades 1-6 had an increase in learning achievement scores in Thai language at all levels, Grade 1-3 students were able to read, write, listen, watch, speak, and use the principles of Thai language and literature increased from good quality to very good, Grade 4 - 6 students have the ability to read, write, listen, watch, speak, and use the principles of Thai language and literature increased from good quality to very good quality, and Grade 6 students had an increase in the mean scores of Thai language learning subjects of Ordinary National Educational Test scores. 4) The model assessment showed that both in overall and each aspect were at high level in all aspects.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENT CARE AND SUPPORT SYSTEM BY HOMEROOM TEACHER
           IN BENJASIRI SCHOOL CLUSTER, THE SECONDARY EDUCATION SERVICE AREA OFFICE
           BANGKOK 2

    • Authors: Siwalee Yunyaow, Urai Suthiyam
      Pages: 421 - 433
      Abstract: The purposes of this research article are 1) to study the implementation of student care and support system by homeroom teacher in Benjasiri school cluster 2) to compare the implementation of student care and support system by homeroom teacher in Benjasiri school cluster, The Secondary Education Service Area Office Bangkok 2. The sample group were classified by gender, responsible school phase and work experience. This is a survey research whose sample group are 241 homeroom teachers. The research tool is questionnaire, and the statistical methods used to analyze the data are frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, T-test and one-way analysis of variance. The Scheffe’s post hoc comparison method was used when the difference was found. The results revealed that 1) The scores of overall and individual aspects of operational reviews of student care and support system by homeroom teacher in Benjasiri school cluster are at high level, namely ; preventing and solving student problems, student referral, student promotion and development, getting to know students individually and student screening. 2) the comparison of operational reviews of student care and support system by homeroom teacher in Benjasiri school cluster, The Secondary Education Service Area Office Bangkok 2 reveals that (1) the operational review of homeroom teachers of different genders is statistically significant difference at 0.05 in the overall and individual aspects, except student referral. (2) the operational review of homeroom teachers of different responsible school phase shows no difference in the overall and individual aspects. (3) the operational review of homeroom teachers of different work experience is statistically significant difference at 0.05 in the overall and individual aspects.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • DEVELOPING PSYCHOMOTOR SKILLS OF THE TEACHERS WITHOUT A DEGREE IN THAI
           CLASSICAL DANCE USING ACTIVITY PACKAGES “RABAM RUM FORN” BASED ON
           DAVIES’ INSTRUCTIONAL MODELS

    • Authors: Nicha Manpan, Udomluk Koolsriroj, Pongsatorn Mahavijit
      Pages: 434 - 446
      Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1) to develop activity packages “Rabam Rum Forn” based on Davies’ Instructional Models for the teachers without a degree in Thai classical dance and 2) to study the effectiveness of using activity packages “Rabam Rum Forn” based on Davies’ Instructional Models. This research was a quasi-experimental research design and populations were the teachers of primary school who had no degree in Thai Classical Dance but have to teach Thai dance. The samples were 10 teachers of primary school who had no degree in Thai Classical Dance. The research tools consisted of pre-test and post-test teachers’ self-assessment for training on psychomotor skills in Thai dance course, observation form for teaching and learning activities of the teachers who used activity packages, questionnaires of satisfaction over using the activity packages. And the data analysis were mean, standard deviation and content analysis. The results of research were found that: 1) The results of developing an activity packages “Rabam Rum Forn” based on Davies’ Instructional Models, there were 5 sets of activity, set (1) “Basic Skills of Thai Dance” at the highest quality level, set (2) “Rabum Dok Bua Dance” at the highest quality level, set (3) “ Phu Thai Dance” at the highest quality level, set (4) “Ramwong :Khuen Duan Ngai” at the highest quality level and set (5) “Ramwong Chao Thai” at the highest quality level. and 2) The results of implementing the activity packages were found that the teachers' self-assessment pre-test was at low level and the results of the post-test was at the highest level. and the satisfaction assessment of teachers in using the activity packages “Rabam Rum Forn” based on Davies’ Instructional Models was at the highest level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE EFFECTS OF STEM EDUCATION IN SCIENCE FOR ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS AND
           COMMUNICATION WORKS ON PROBLEM-SOLVING ABILITIES AND ATTITUDETOWARDS
           SCIENCE OF HIGH VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATE STUDENTS AT
           THALUANGCEMENTHAIANUSORN TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN SARABURI PROVINCE

    • Authors: Karnchanok Boonnom, Tweesak Chindanurak, Duongdearn Suwanjinda
      Pages: 447 - 459
      Abstract: The purposes of this research article were 1) to compare the students’ problem solving abilities before and after receiving instruction using STEM education in Science for Electrical Electronics and Communication Works, and 2) to compare the students’ attitude towards science subject before and after receiving instruction using STEM Education in Science for Electrical Electronics and Communication Works. The samples used in the experiment were 37 1st year advanced vocational certificate students enrolled in Science for Electrical Electronics and Communication Works in the first semester of the academic year 2020 at Thaluang Cementhaianusorn Technical College in Saraburi Province. The samples were obtained by purposive sampling. The research instruments were 1) 5 STEM education lesson plans in Science for Electrical Electronics and Communication Works of high vocational certificate students for 20 hours of instruction; 2) a problem-solving abilities test; and 3) a questionnaire on attitude towards science subject. The data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation and Hake's gain index. The results of this study were that 1) the problem-solving abilities of students who learned through STEM education had posttest mean scores higher than the pretest and the learning progression of 0.45 was at a moderate level; and 2) the attitude towards science of the students who received instruction using STEM education had posttest mean scores higher than the pretest.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF GRADE 1 STUDENTS’ PROFICIENCY IN PRONOUNCING THAI
           WORDS WITH THE WORD-ENDING PROTOCOL “MAE-KOT” SPELLED WITH IRREGULAR
           CONSONANTS THROUGH BRAIN-BASED LEARNING ACTIVITIES

    • Authors: Sarita Leepreecha , Chidchamai Visuttakul
      Pages: 460 - 471
      Abstract: The objectives of this research article were 1) to compare grade 1 students’ proficiency in pronouncing Thai words with a Thai word ending protocol “Mae-Kot” (the Thai final sound /t/) spelled with irregular consonants or other consonants than ‘ด’ (Do Dek) before and after their learning through brain-based learning activities and 2) to examine their satisfaction towards brain-based learning activities. The cluster random sampling was employed to recruit a sample of a classroom of 27 grade 1 students studying in the second semester of the academic year 2020 in a private school in Pathum Thani Province. Research instruments consisted of: 1) 8 Thai language learning management plans, 2) a pronunciation proficiency test with 30 true-false questions; and 3) a 5-point scale questionnaires with 10 questions on student satisfaction towards learning management through brain-based learning activities. Data were analyzed using statistics including mean, standard deviation, the Kolmogorov–Smirnov test, and the dependent sample t-test. The results revealed that 1) students demonstrated higher proficiency in pronouncing Thai words with the word ending protocol “Mae-Kot” after learning through brain-based learning activities with a significance level of .01, and 2) their satisfaction towards the brain-based learning activities was at a highest level with a mean of 4.91.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • A STUDY OF LEARNING CONDISTIONS IN COGNITIVE DOMAIN OF SCHOOLS UNDER
           OFFICE OF THE SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA

    • Authors: Suthit Sawaddi, Sin Ngamprakhon, Suddhipong Srivichai
      Pages: 472 - 480
      Abstract: This research article aimed to study the learning conditions in cognitive domain of schools under Office of the Secondary Education Service Area. Quantitative research was conducted and used a questionnaire with 398 samples from junior and senior high school students of secondary schools under Surin Secondary Educational Service Area Office 33. Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics which were percentage, mean and standard deviation and proposed in the form of an accompanying table. Results showed that cognitive learning conditions of schools under Office of the Secondary Education Service Area in overall was at a high level, and for the high level aspects consisted of 5 aspects, namely knowledge, evaluation, synthesis, application, and comprehension, and only analysis aspect was shown at a moderate level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO BRAHMAVIHARA IV
           PRINCIPLES IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS UNDER THE PHRA NAKHON SI AYUTTHAYA PRIMARY
           EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE

    • Authors: Ekasit Saejaow, Phrakhrusathonpariyattikhun (Sanit Chandapalo), Phramaha Yannawat Thitavaddhano
      Pages: 481 - 489
      Abstract: The objectives of this research article were 1) to study the conditions of personnel administration in primary schools, 2) to study methods for developing personnel administration according to Brahmavihara IV principles, and 3) to propose the development of personnel administration according to Brahmavihara IV principles in primary schools under the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Primary Educational Service Area Office. Mixed methods research was conducted, namely 1) quantitative research, a questionnaire of 346 teachers was used to analyze the data with statistics of percentage, mean, and standard deviation, and 2) qualitative research by interviewing 5 key informants, analyzing the data with content analysis. Results showed that 1) the conditions of personnel administration in primary schools under the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Primary Educational Service Area Office both in overall and individual aspects were at a high level. 2) Methods for developing personnel administration according to Brahmavihara IV principles in primary schools consisted the integration the 6 principles of personnel administration in primary schools with Brahmavihara IV principles to develop efficient personnel administration in primary schools. 3) The development of personnel administration according to Brahmavihara IV principles in primary schools under the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Primary Educational Service Area Office. It is the development of personnel management, namely, workforce planning, recruitment, personnel development, operational evaluation, personnel maintenance and the release of personnel from work. The integration with Brahmavihara IV principles consisted of 1) executives take care of work, give advice with kindness and create a good working atmosphere, 2) executives are attentive and should examine their colleagues and help solve problems, 3) executives sincere congratulations, and 4) executives are neutral and operate with fairness.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT AND HIGHER-ORDER THINKING USING
           ACTIVITY-BASED LEARNING IN THE THAI CULTURE COURSE FOR GRADE 5 STUDENTS

    • Authors: Chalida Strazdauskas, Techameth Pianchana
      Pages: 490 - 501
      Abstract: The research objectives were to compare learning achievement of Grade 5 students before and after instructed using the activity-based learning and to investigate their higher-order thinking after learning through the activity-based learning approach. Data were gathered from a classroom of 11 Grade 5 students, the number of which was obtained from the cluster random sampling method. The research instruments consisted of: 1) lesson plans designed based on the activity-based learning approach, 2) a learning achievement test, and 3) a higher-order thinking assessment form. Data were analyzed using the dependent sample t-test, mean and standard deviation. The results revealed that the learning achievement of Grade 5 students after learning through the activity-based learning approach was higher with a statistical significance of .05. In addition, their higher-order thinking after learning through the approach was at a very good level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF GRADE 1 STUDENTS’ ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION PROFICIENCY
           THROUGH PHONICS INSTRUCTION

    • Authors: Jutarat Wilairat, Techameth Pianchana
      Pages: 502 - 513
      Abstract: The objectives of this research were 1) to compare students’ English pronunciation proficiency in phonological and morphological levels before and after phonics instruction and 2) to explore their satisfaction towards the implementation of phonics in instruction. The cluster random sampling was employed to recruit a classroom of thirty-eight grade 1 students studying in semester 1 of the academic year 2020. The research instruments included 1) phonics learning management plans, 2) an English pronunciation assessment form, and 3) a satisfaction assessment form. Descriptive statistics including mean, standard deviation, and the dependent sample t-test were employed to conduct data analysis. The results revealed that 1) the post-test score of students’ English pronunciation proficiency in phonological and morphological levels was higher than the pre-test score with a significance level of .05. 2) Students’ satisfaction towards phonic instruction was at a highest level with a significance level of .05.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
  • LEARNING AND TEACHING MANAGEMENT DURING COVID-19 THE PANDEMIC OF BANGKOK
           METROPOLITAN ADMINISTRATION SCHOOLS

    • Authors: Chanatta Gunchamorin, Nalinee Sutsavade
      Pages: 514 - 526
      Abstract: The purposes of research were studied 1) Learning and teaching conditions in Bangkok Metropolitan Administration schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. 2) Learning and teaching problems during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangkok Metropolitan Administration schools. There were 205 respondents. The research instrument was a questionnaire, including 3 parts: Part I - General information from respondents Part II-Conditions and problems of teaching and learning management regarding 5 On approaches, Part III: Suggestions. The statistics for data analysis were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and content analysis. Results were found as follows: 1) Overall learning and teaching conditions regarding the 5 On approach were at a high level Both onsite and online aspects were operated at a high level and respectively. According to the study in each aspect, it found that the learning management processes regarding online on site on hand and on school line were operated at a high level, respectively. Teaching and learning media regarding the onsite aspect were operated at a high level and evaluation regarding the onsite aspect was operated at a high level as well. 2)Overall learning and teaching problems regarding the 5 On approach were at a moderate level Operation problems regarding the online aspect were operated at a high level According to the study in each aspect, it found that the learning management process regarding onsite and online aspects was operated at a high level, respectively. Teaching and learning media regarding online aspects on hand and on school line were operated at a moderate level, respectively. The onsite aspect was evaluated at a high level.
      PubDate: 2022-12-30
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 3 (2022)
       
 
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