The Development of Learning Module of Educational Administration and Educational Institute for Students in Master of Education Degree in Thailand

Chalard Chantarasombat, Wichian Rooyuenyong

Abstract


The knowledge creation for the efficiency, quality, and the effectiveness, learning achievement and through learning module the developed learning of Educational Administration and Educational Institute for students. However, knowledge creation also be used to learning module of school-based supervision for students? This paper describes the application of basic knowledge creation on module of “Educational Administration and Educational Institute for students,” in master of Education degree in Thailand. Changing demographics are the threatening the ability of degree students studying master degree program in educational administration, Northeastern University, to sustain their viability as traditional methods of passing knowledge creation from generation to next are circumvented by the movement of young. Knowledge creation as a way developed learning module of school-based supervision for students were: 1) the efficiency of action process in developing Learning Module was 84.61, the efficiency of knowledge was 83.00 which was higher than the specified criterion 80/80, 2) the quality of the developed Learning Module evaluated by the experts, in overall, was at “The Highest” level. Considering each aspect, the level of propriety, congruency, feasibility, and utility aspects, was also at “The Highest” level, 3) the effectiveness index in learning management of students learning through Learning Module was 0.6569 out of full score of 1.00 or the students had an increased knowledge of 65.69%, 4) as for learning achievement of students learning through Learning Module at the post-test scores were significantly higher than the pretest at .05, 5) regarding students learning through Learning Module there were no significant differences between post-test learning achievement and the 2 weeks post-test learning achievement scores. It was indicated that the students learning through Learning Module of “Educational Administration and Educational Institute for students”, attained learning retention, and 6) the students had their satisfaction on learning through Learning Module in overall, at “The Highest” level.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v10n3p19

 

World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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