Teaching Behaviors Using the Concept of Active Learning of Teachers of International Higher Education Institutions in the Eastern Region of Thailand

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Pongthep Jiraro
Iqbal Hossain Mohammad
Annop Phothisuk


     Teaching behaviors using the concept of active learning of teachers of international higher education institutions in the eastern region of Thailand consist of the 4 purposes as follow: To study learning management behaviors by using the Active Learning concept of teachers as perceived by students. To compare learning management behaviors as perceived by students of different gender, faculty, program, and year. To compare learning management behaviors in business administration and other disciplines, and to study the relationship between Active Learning teaching behaviors as per students' perceptions and GPAX ages of students. In conclusion, the teaching of teachers by using Active Learning concepts found that the overall opinions were at a high level. By each aspect, it was found that the teaching efficiency of teachers had the highest average, followed by the benefits, the measurement and evaluation of the highest teaching, followed by the teaching process. place and audiovisual equipment with the lowest mean. Business Administration Students With other faculty students There are different opinions in general. With statistical significance at the level of 0.001 and by each aspect found that There are differences in the teaching and learning process and the benefits with statistical significance at the 0.001 level. And equipment There are statistically significant differences at the 0.001 level. A comparison in different faculties by pair The Scheffe' method found that teaching in the Faculty of Nursing taught with Active Learning more significantly than all other faculties at the 0.001 level and found that the Faculty of Education taught Active less learning than the Faculty of Business Administration Faculty of Human Sciences and Faculty of Public Health with statistical significance at the level of 0.001. The age of students had a positive relationship with the Active Learning teaching in each area and over all with statistical significance at the level of 0.001 and found that GPAX had a negative relationship with Active Learning Teaching in the area. Equipment and evaluation with statistical significance at the level of 0.05, 0.01, respectively.


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Jiraro, P., Hossain Mohammad, I., & Phothisuk, A. (2022). Teaching Behaviors Using the Concept of Active Learning of Teachers of International Higher Education Institutions in the Eastern Region of Thailand. Vocational Education Central Region Journal, 6(1), 59–70. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/IVECJournal/article/view/256645
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