FACTORS AFFECTING THE INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA INNOVATION CREATION OF TEACHERS IN PROFESSIONAL PRE-SERVICE SCHOOLS, NARESUAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK

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Wiwat Meesuwan

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The objectives of this research were 1) to study the level of factors affecting the instructional media innovation creation of teachers. 2) to study the correlation of factors affecting the instructional media innovation creation of teachers and 3) to study a stepwise method used to allocate the best formula in different raw scores and standard scores. The samples were 255 teachers selected from professional pre-service schools of Naresuan University Network, using simple random sampling with stratified random sampling. The data were collected by questionnaires, analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, Pearson’s Product Moment correlation coefficients, and multiple regression analysis by stepwise multiple regression analysis. The research results were;
1. The level of factors affecting the instructional media innovation creation of teachers was overall high, factors studied comprised of 1) management 2) perception and adoption 3) environment, resources and budget 4) implementation 5) supporting and promoting research 6) motivation.
2. The correlations of factors affecting the instructional media innovation creation of teachers in statistical significant level .01 between .343 - .682.
3. The factors affecting the instructional media innovation creation of teachers at statistically significant level of 0.5 was at 0.402 and the predictive power was at 0.161, the best factor analysis was motivation. Stepwise regression analysis which is raw and standard score are as follows;
Raw score Y = 2.272 + 0.263X6
Standardized Z = .311 (X6)

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Meesuwan, W. (2019). FACTORS AFFECTING THE INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA INNOVATION CREATION OF TEACHERS IN PROFESSIONAL PRE-SERVICE SCHOOLS, NARESUAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 22(1), 220-236. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/111252
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