Empowering Teachers' Learning to Foster Innovative Work Behaviors of Students

Watthikorn Phochaito, Wirot Sanrattana, Phrasrivajiravati Phrasrivajiravati


This research aims to conduct research using the Research and Development (R&D) methodology to obtain an educational innovation called "online self-training program for empowering teachers' learning to foster innovative work behaviors of students" that is effective and can be applied in schools serving as the target population in disseminating research results widely. This online self-training program consists of 2 projects: 1) a teacher development project with seven self-training modules for teacher learning and 2) a teacher project that uses teachers' learning outcomes to develop students, which contains one self-training module to be used as a practice guide for teachers. The results of the experimental research in the first project found that the 14 teachers' post-test scores in the experimental group were in line with the standard criteria of 90/90 and were significantly higher than the scores from the pre-test. Moreover, the results of the experimental research in the second project found that 121 students who were the target group affected by the development had significantly higher scores from the post-test than the pre-test. Since the research results follow the specified research hypotheses, it shows that the educational innovations as the products of this research are of quality and can be disseminated for further use by teachers and students in schools that are the target population.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v14n2p94

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

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