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Suwana Juithong


The objectives of this research were to 1) study and synthesis of learning management components for teachers department of Mathematics, Bachelor degree to have techniques for organizing learning activities, and 2) study the teaching techniques of students in the teaching profession department of Mathematics Faculty of Education, Valaya  Alongkorn ajabhat University under the Royal Patronage. The sample used in this research consisted of 51 the 3rd year from undergraduate students in mathematics in the first semester of the academic year 2018, by selective purposive sampling. The tool used in this study were the interview form and summary form of teaching and learning activities. The Statistics used for data used content analysis, frequency distribution and percentage.

The research found that: 1) Learning management components for teachers department of Mathematics, Bachelor degree to have techniques for organizing learning activities there is a continuous cycle of 3 components, which are (1) plan, (2) actions to achieve learning, and (3) reflection. 2) Teaching techniques for teachers Bachelor degree to have techniques for organizing learning activities students organize learning activities use 8 techniques, which are (1) introduction, (2) explanation and examples, (3) verbal and nonverbal communication, (4) use a blackboard or whiteboard ,(5) use questions, (6) reinforcement,  (7) use of instructional media, and 8) use music.

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