The Development of the Learning Process Model for Promotional Brain – Based Learning in Suphanburi Primary Educational Service Area Office

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Chalermchon Rukleelawat
Den Chanetiyong

Abstract

The purpose of the study was to improve the learning process management according to the brain-based Learning of children. The study sample consisted of 21 educational experts for Delphi Technique nine school administrators for Groups Discussion and 196 school directors for evaluation The analysis of the data was accomplished by computation of the percentage, mean, standard deviation, median and interquartile range were also computed to test the accordance in this study.


Based on the findings of the study, it was concluded that:


  1. The learning model according to the development brain-based learning in Suphanburi consisted of five principles: brain development, change their thinking in class, learning flip side process of BBL, learning with exercises and worksheets, and using media and innovation.

  2. An approach of the learning process management can further develop at a high level for the educational system.

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Rukleelawat, C., & Chanetiyong, D. (2019). The Development of the Learning Process Model for Promotional Brain – Based Learning in Suphanburi Primary Educational Service Area Office. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 7(6), 1716-1728. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/222826
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