Situation, Problem, and Need in Teaching and Learning Process Based on Research-Based Approach of a School Belonging to Mahasarakham Provincial Administrative Organization: Nakha Witayakhom School, Mahasarakham, Thailand


The purpose of this study was to investigate the situation; problem and need related the teaching and learning process of a school belonging to Mahasarakham Provincial Administrative Organization. In this study, a Nakha Wittayakhom School was selected as a sample group by using the purposive sampling technique. Participants were 25 teachers from 8 learning areas; Mathematics, Science, Thai Language, Social Studies, Religion and Culture, Health and Physical Education, Arts, Occupations and Technology, and Foreign Languages. The instrument of this study was a 5 rating scales questionnaire which consisted of 3 areas; (a) situation, (b) problem, (c) need. Each area consisted of 4 aspects; 1) a preparation of instruction, 2) an instructional activity, 3) a media in teaching and learning process, 4) an instructional assessment and evaluation. The results of the study indicated that in the field of situation, there were 3 aspects in high level (3.70-3.95) except the aspect of the instructional activity was in the medium level (2.78).The field of problem; there were 3 aspects in the medium level (3.08-3.19) except the aspect of the instructional activity in the high level (3.51). Finally, all aspect of need was in the high level (3.90-4.14). Moreover, the professional development regarding the integration of research in to the teaching and learning process was also be require.

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Kanyarat Cojorn, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

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Conference: ACE2014
Stream: Professional concerns

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