The Learning Together teaching techniques for Library and Information Science teaching of Thailand 4.0

  • Boonyalak Tumnanchit Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Suan Dusit University

Abstract

The instructional by teaching and learning with Learning Together teaching techniques from Thailand 4.0 learning and innovation to teamwork ability development have come from the instructor must change roles to a class manager. Create a teaching style with learning activities. And the skills to guide the learning approach. Also give advice when students have experience by activity. It should be pointed out to the students to consider the benefits and disadvantages of each method. Provide students with the opportunity to make informed decisions about motivation, by encouraging them to work in teams. To exchange knowledge together. The Using Learning Together Teaching Techniques from Learning Resources and Innovation, Thailand 4.0 for teamwork ability development of undergraduate students. Apply to enhance the efficiency of teaching. It is necessary to understand the elements of the teaching style because of the librarian profession. And information professionals are professionals who need qualified personnel who are always on the lookout for knowledge. To know the current events. And can anticipate future events. By using information technology for team work.

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Published
2018-12-03
How to Cite
Tumnanchit, B. (2018). The Learning Together teaching techniques for Library and Information Science teaching of Thailand 4.0. TLA Bulletin (Thai Library Association), 62(2), 18-34. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tla_bulletin/article/view/158700
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