Participatory Action Research to Develop Instruction Model in Mathematic skills For Children with Special Needs in Inclusive School Base on Professional Learning Community

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Rotjana Boonlop
Kanchana Pattrawiwat
Supaporn Chinchai

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The purpose of the study was to develop instruction model in mathematic skills for children with special needs in inclusive school base on professional learning community using the participatory action research. The study had been completed within 3 loops. The data collection included Appreciation-Influence-Control, group discussion, brainstorming and observations. The results showed that developed instruction model in mathematic skills for children with special needs in inclusive school base on professional learning community comprised of four major components: 1) the principle 2) the objectives 3) the instructional process and 4) the result of study from the instruction model. The results of the empirical validation of the instruction model was at the highest appropriateness (  = 4.42). The results of the instruction model in mathematics skill for children with special needs in inclusive school base on professional learning community suggested three changes were 1) teacher's ability to organize teaching and learning mathematic skills for children with special needs in inclusive school 2) Participation of development based on professional learning community and3) improving the mathematical skills for children with special needs

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Boonlop, R., Pattrawiwat, K., & Chinchai , S. (2020). Participatory Action Research to Develop Instruction Model in Mathematic skills For Children with Special Needs in Inclusive School Base on Professional Learning Community . Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 12(2), 174-196. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JBSD/article/view/239904
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