Development of Innovative media to Solve the Problems of Literacy and Analytical Thinking Problems of the students in Small Network Schools

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Nirada Wechayaluck
Jaruwan Natun
Nongluck Jaichalad
Nikom Nakai


Solving problems in literacy, writing, and analytical thinking among students in the age of technology. Teachers need to have knowledge of creating innovative media for use in learning management. and develop students. This article aimed to study (1) the problems and needs for the development of innovative media for solving literacy problems. and analytical thinking; (2) create innovative media to solve literacy problems and analytical thinking; and (3) assess the usefulness of innovative media for solving literacy problems and analyze. It was a research that combines both quantitative and qualitative methods. The group of informants consisted of the director and two teachers per school, totaling 20 people. The usefulness assessment group consisted of 3 media development experts. The tool used to collect the data. including questionnaires, group chat logs, and assessment forms. The statistics used to analyze the data were mean, standard deviation, The results were found as follows:

1. Problems in literacy and analyze Overall, it was at a high level. Reading problems, problems with illiteracy and reading errors, and writing problems, problems in writing words, misspellings, problems with analytical thinking. The problem was encountered and could not be reasoned with inability to think of linking knowledge. There was a demand for innovative media development. It was found that teachers needed to develop innovative media for making booklets.

2. Creation of innovative media to solve literacy problems and analyze them by using the training process, it was found that teachers were satisfied at a high level.

3. The results of the evaluation of the usefulness of innovative media for literacy problems and analysis found that innovative media are convenient and easy to implement in learning activities.

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Wechayaluck, N., Natun, J., Jaichalad, N., & Nakai, N. (2022). Development of Innovative media to Solve the Problems of Literacy and Analytical Thinking Problems of the students in Small Network Schools. Journal of Arts Management, 6(4), 1756–1772. Retrieved from
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