Development of Evaluation Instrument for teaching efficiency of 21st Century under Primary Educational Service Area in Three Southern Border Provinces of Thailand

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เพ็ญศรี ศิริมงคล ชิดชนก เชิงเชาว์ เกษตรชัย และหีม รุ้งลาวัณย์ จันทรัตนา

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The objectives of this study were 1) to develop and evaluate the 21st century teaching efficiency tool for teachers the jurisdiction of primary education in the three southern border provinces. In addition, 2) the local norm of teachers in three southern border provinces was also created. The samples consisted of 390 teachers selected by random sampling from the jurisdiction of primary education in the three southern border provinces. Based on developmental research, the 21st century teaching efficiency tool was constructed in form of 5 – level Likert scale, and consisted of 8 major factors as follow: content, computer integration, constructivism, connectivity, collaboration, communication, creativity and caring. Results showed that the caring factor was at the highest level and that of connectivity and constructionism factors was at the lowest level. It is recommended that connectivity and constructionism has to be upgraded seriously to meet the need of the 21st century teaching efficiency in three southern border provinces.

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