The Project Evaluation for Development the Learning Integrated Model between the International Program (IP) and the Fundamental Level Curriculum in Education Hub Project of the Ministry of Education, Thailand

Teeradet Chuenpraphanusorn, Jongkon Boonchart, Ongorn Snguanyat, Amuka Wachirawin, Sarawut Chimbuathong, Kanchulee Moonlapat, Chanin Thitipetchkul

Abstract


The objectives of these investigation were: 1) evaluate the input process and the out-put of the International Program in Thailand, 2) study, analysis and synthesis the educational management, 3) develop the integrated model between the international classroom and the national curriculum classroom, 4) evaluate the model and 5) present and submit the model to the relevant educational organization. The mixed research methods: the qualitative and quantitative were used for this research methodology. The sampling group consisted of students, program leaders, school committees, teachers and school officers, total 827 people from 8 schools in the Education Hub Project. The tool for gathering the quantitative data was the questionnaire the reliability was in 0.950. Then the data was analyzed by the statistic in term of the percentage, mean and standard deviation. The in-depth interview and structural interview form was the main tool for the qualitative method. The results of this investigation were; 1) The result of the quantitative method was informed that 1.1) the In-Put process of the international program management especially the quality of the teachers were in the high ranking of demand in 4.15, furthermore, a) the classroom and supporting materials or teaching aids were in the high ranking in 3.98, and b) the area of teaching and learning were in the high ranking in 4.17. On the other hand, 1.2) the process factor: a) the students, program leaders, school committees, teachers and the school officers were participated in educational management in the high ranking in 3.96 b) the program management and the correlation with the community were in high ranking in 4.01 c) the quality of the teacher was in high ranking in 4.17 and d) the quality of the school officer was also in high ranking in 4.12. Moreover, 1.3) the out-put of the program can be seen as: a) the result of the student development and the progress of the Education Hub Project were in high ranking in 4.06 2) The result of the qualitative method was found that 2.1) the supporting of the school budget from the department of education was also insufficient, 2.2) the capacity of the school teachers and school officers were in high ranking too, and 2.3) the management, the correlation of any parts of the school within the teacher, classroom and the supporting material or teaching aids were in the high ranking. 2.4) the result of the model’s evaluation can be confirmed in the highly quality, especially; the model’s capacity that it was including both of In-Put, Process and Out-Put.

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