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The purpose of this research was to develop an instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach to enhance the Kalyanamitta for students teacher, Rajabhat University. The specific purpose of this research were 1) to construct an instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach and study its quality, and 2) to implement an instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach and study its result. The research methodology was divided into 2 steps: 1) constructing an instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach and studying its quality, and 2) implementing an instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach and study its result. The sample was the 3rd year students who enrolled in the 2nd semester of the 2017 academic year at the Faculty of Education, Chiangrai Rajabhat University, drawn by simple random sampling. Research instruments include: 1) an instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach to enhance the Kalyanamitta for students teacher, Rajabhat University and guidebook, 2) evaluation form, and 3) observation form. The data were statistically analyzed using the percentage, mean, standard deviation, and t-test dependent sample. The results of the research were as follows;
1. The results and the quality of the instructional model found;
1.1 The instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach consisted of 4 parts: Part 1 an orientation of the model. Part 2 the structure of the model which has 7 steps: 1) the use of various sense in perception, 2) the analyzing and reasoning, 3) the comparison between same and difference or good and bad, 4) the experiment as expected, 5) the content and concept summary, 6) the authentic implementation, and 7) the improvement and development. Part 3 the implementation of the model to the target group with the teacher’s guidebook, and Part 4 the impacts on the learners. The model was verified by the experts was rated a high level.
1.2 The effectiveness index of the instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach to enhance the Kalyanamitta for students teacher, Rajabhat University is equal to 0.748.
2. Results of the instructional model implementation were as follows;
2.1 The students’ behavior of Kalyanamitta during learning with the instructional model based on Happiness Learning Approach was at high level ( = 3.19, S.D. = 0.81).
2.2 The Kalyanamitta of the students’ before learning was at high level and after learning was highest and when compared them found that the Kalyanamitta after learning through
the instructional model was higher than before learning at the .01 level of statistical significance.
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