Participation of Local Curriculum Development on Community Pathway Integrated with Royally Initiated Project

Abstract

The purposes of this study were threefold: 1) to develop and identify educational quality of local curriculum on community pathway integrated with Royally Initiated Project based on participation requirements according to school and community context 2) to study learning outcomes by using local curriculum that develops: knowledge, process, and attitude toward activity learning by local curriculum of the students 3) to the students learning and recognizes the importance of Royally Initiated Project and sufficiency economy that have effects to the community pathway. The study was achieved through 2 steps: 1) development and identify the educational quality of local curriculum on community pathway integrated with Royally Initiated Project based on participation, and 2) conducting instructional experimenting with students. The findings were as follows 1) the local curriculum on community pathway integrated with Royally Initiated Project based on participation categorized into 5 groups. 1) students studying outside school time that the local curriculum developing were high educational quality (X ̅ = 4.53). 2) The learning outcomes of students exposed to instruction utilizing the local curriculum were found positive: 2.1) knowledge learning outcome of students were at the "good" level (X ̅ = 4.13) that higher standard 75 %, 2.2) process learning outcome of students were at the "high" level (X ̅ = 2.53) that higher standard 75 %, and 2.3) attitude toward activity learning by local curriculum of the students were at the "good" level (X ̅ = 4.27) that higher standard 75 %.



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Kittawan Khamsom, Udon Thani Rajabhat University, Thailand
Kanisorn Tonseenon, Udon Thani Rajabhat University, Thailand
Chanchira Choomponla, Udon Thani Rajabht University, Thailand

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Conference: SEACE2020
Stream: Curriculum Design & Development

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