THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT PROCESS TO ENHANCE STUDENT TEACHER’S CHARACTERISTIC FOR CHANDRAKASEM RAJABHAT UNIVERSITY IN THAI EDUCATION 4.0 ERA

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Surang Tammawoharl

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The purposes of this research were 1) to analyze student teacher’s desirable characteristics in Thai education 4.0 era, 2) to develop learning management process that enhance teacher characteristics of students, and 3) to study the effectiveness of learning management process that enhance teacher characteristics of students. The sample were 72 and 26 students in the 3rd year registered in the 1st and 2nd semester of the academic year 2018 respectively, which were obtained by cluster random sampling. Using one group pretest-posttest design. The research instruments were interview form, group conversation record, learning plan, self-knowledge assessment form, reflective thinking skills assessment form, multilingual language assessment, digital skills assessment, fun learning management skills assessment which has a consistency index (IOC) of 0.67-1.00, multiple choice test has the reliability of 0.85 and the teacher spirit test has confidence values of 0.83. The data analysis used content analysis, percentage, mean, distribution coefficient, standard deviation and T-test.


            Research results found that: 1) the student teacher’s characteristic, there are 3 aspects namely smart teachers, good teachers with professional skills in line with the CRU-Ed Model. 2) The learning management process that enhances the teacher characteristics of students, Chandrakasem Rajabhat University in the Thai education 4.0 era. Consists of 3 steps: Step 1; Learning result analysis. Step 2; Learning management there are 8 sub-steps, namely 2.1) Checking prior knowledge (Elicitation), 2.2) stimulating interest (Engagement), 2.3) surveying and searching (Exploration), 2.4) explanation and conclusion (Explanation), 2.5) knowledge expansion (Elaboration), 2.6) evaluation, 2.7) extension, and 2.8) exhibition. Step 3; Summary and evaluation. And 3) effectiveness of the learning management process are as follows: 1) the smart teacher is to create knowledge in the content and reflecting the learning outcomes of students after learning significantly higher at the level of .05. 2)  The good teacher, the post-secondary education teacher spirit increased significantly with the level of .05. 3) Regarding teachers have professional skills, which are cutting-edge learning management, such as digital skills, multi-language skills, and having fun learning management skills after learning is significantly higher at the level of .05.

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