การพัฒนาครูมืออาชีพด้วยนวัตกรรมสร้างสรรค์การเรียนรู้เพื่อพัฒนาผู้เรียนในภูมิภาคตะวันตก

Authors

  • อรพิณ ศิริสัมพันธ์
  • ปรณัฐ กิจรุ่งเรือง

Keywords:

Professional Teacher/Creative Learning Innovation/School as Learning Community

Abstract

The purposes of this research were to 1) develop professional teacher by improving and expanding innovation in creative learning in order to develop students in western region. 2) apply lesson study to develop professional teacher by adopting innovation in creative learning in order to develop students in western region. The research used research and development and participatory action research design. The research instruments were a basic data and need interview form, innovation in creative learning assessment, school developed model and lesson study focus group assessment. The instruments were evaluated by five experts, had consistency between 0.80- 1.00. Teachers’ satisfaction assessing had stability 0.82.

The collected data was an analyzed by mean, standard deviation, t-test for independent and content analysis the findings were as follows:

  1. The result of developing professional teacher by improving and expanding innovation in creative learning in order to develop students in western region.

1.1 This research had adopted concepts and principles such as school as Learning community (SLC), lesson study, instructional design, pedagogy, mentor and peer coaching to be used as the basis of instruction.

1.2 The results of adopting innovation in creative learning for students in western region, showed that school had implemented the PLAN Model which consisted of   principles, objectives, learning process and implementation condition.  The models would made teachers design and develop innovation in creative learning of schools.

     1.3 The results of implementing PLAN Model with 2 schools; 1) Bannongkadon School Primary, Mueang District, Nakhon Pathom Province, teachers had co-designed “2R3S Model”. 2) Municipality 2  School  Wat Khaemsoranaram,  Samut Songkhram Province,  Amphawa District, teachers had co-designed  “5S Model”.

1.4 The result of the experimental model with 2 schools revealed that innovative learning had developed through classroom research for each school, and effectively increased students’ learning achievement.

                  1.5 The teachers’ satisfaction assessment results were at a high level overall. ( = 4.50, S.D. = 0.54) and teacher learning were at the highest (= 4.65, S.D. = 0.49).

            2. The results of lesson study to develop professional teacher by adopting innovation in creative learning revealed dimensions of change the quality of learning enhancement students which were the paradigm shift in learning management of student development, working culture, teaching together as a professional and integrating teacher workload.

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Published

2021-06-07