M I N D Innovation: Effect of Teaching and Learning Style Toward Students’ Aptitude in English Context

  • วรันตรี ปลั่งวัฒนะ กองวิชาบริหารการบิน สถาบันการบินพลเรือน
  • Sonnarong Chaokongka
  • Kritchamon Meelang
Keywords: Positive Attitude, Teaching and Learning Style, Learning Autonomy, Think Pair Share


The English language has presently become a very important global language because it is widely used as a means of international communication for all kinds of activities. Additionally, Thailand will become a member of the ASEAN Community and this will cause the English language to play a more vital role. Thai students spend twelve years studying English, but they cannot communicate in English. This paper aims at presenting a tool “MIND innovation” to help learners destroy barriers inside each psychology, set up self-learning forever with lifelong learning & sharing with others. Focusing on how to build up learners’ psychological, how to use appropriate teaching and learning style, how to adapt the self-learning approach, and how to teach students to contribute their knowledge to others. This paper identifies various distinguishing features of approaches towards 4 factors; motivation, intention, neo- understanding, and demonstrates with regard to scope follow lifelong learning. All of them should we take as a sample to get the better teaching and learning English. Both teachers and students should more aware of how they cope with communication in order to get the high level of education.


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ปลั่งวัฒนะว., Chaokongka, S., & Meelang, K. (2019). M I N D Innovation: Effect of Teaching and Learning Style Toward Students’ Aptitude in English Context. RMUTI JOURNAL Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(2), 92-103. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RMUTI_SS/article/view/212030
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