The Achievement in the Use of the Junior Primary Education Thai Language Basic List Book Innovation in the Three Southern Border Provinces

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Wanna Numun
Sarinda Puti
Vitoon Mettajit

Abstract

This research article aims to analyze the achievement in the use of the Junior Primary Education Thai Language Basic List Book innovation in the three southern border provinces of Thailand. The researcher discovered that the cooperation between university mentors and teachers in the three southern border provinces in conducting action research brought about two significant results. The first was the Thai Language Basic List Book innovation and the second was concerned with the factors contributing to the achievement in the use of the innovation, namely qualifications of the local teachers, qualifications of the students, characteristics of the specific textbooks, and qualifications of the mentors. To evaluate and compare the results of the factors contributing to the achievement in the use of the innovation, two groups of populations are presented as follows.


  1. With regard to dedication to teaching, academic degree, and cooperation in developing and designing lessons, the local teachers received the average evaluation of 97.6 percent from the specific group and 95.6 percent from the independent group respectively.

  2. In terms of concentration on studying and diligence, the local students received the average evaluation of 94.4 percent from the specific group and 94.3 percent from the independent group respectively.

  3. With reference to quality, attractiveness, completeness of the content and its relation to the local context, the Thai Language Basic List Book innovation received the average evaluation of 97.1 percent from the specific group and 95.7 percent from the independent group respectively.

  4. In terms of guidance, human relations and readiness to cooperate with local schools, the university mentors received the average evaluation of 98.6 percent from the specific group and 95.7 percent from the independent group respectively.

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Numun, W., Puti, S., & Mettajit, V. (2021). The Achievement in the Use of the Junior Primary Education Thai Language Basic List Book Innovation in the Three Southern Border Provinces. Journal of Liberal Arts Prince of Songkla University, 13(1), 216-235. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-la/article/view/225814
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