Educational Innovation for Development of Teaching and Research

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Assistant Professor Dr. Ujsara Prasertsin


Educational innovation and research is a technical method activities or anything else that the instructor can use in the organization of teaching or learning experience. It could be innovative, re-imagined, or it could be something someone else has invented. The educational innovation management approach consists of 7 areas: training for knowledge creation, innovation production. Promote and support appropriate and modern equipment and technology organize a forum for presentations to exchange knowledge and help. There is a policy to promote the use of innovation in the classroom. Budget for innovation. Setting the number of students in each room to be appropriate so that everyone can use the innovation thoroughly. And motivating teachers to create innovation. There are important steps for creating important innovations, including analysis of learning problems. Education and choosing innovation to solve learning problems Innovative design Innovation. Quality inspection of innovation by experts to verify the effectiveness of the innovation by trial. Techniques for teaching with innovation include demonstrations, small group discussions. Role-playing, case studies, with a teaching and learning management model using information technology such as computers and the internet.

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