หันมองการผลิตและพัฒนาครูของประเทศไทยผ่านเลนส์ของนักครุศึกษา; LOOKING AT TEACHER EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THAILAND THROUGH THE LENS OF A TEACHER EDUCATOR

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ชาตรี ฝ่ายคำตา (Chatree Faikhamta)

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การผลิตและพัฒนาครูเป็นหัวใจสำคัญของการปฏิรูปการศึกษา บทความนี้มีจุดประสงค์เพื่อนำเสนอแนวคิดการผลิตครูและพัฒนาครูของประเทศไทยโดยผ่านมุมมองของนักครุศึกษา จากมุมมองดังกล่าวทำให้เห็นว่าการผลิตและพัฒนาครูควรเริ่มจากการตั้งเป้าหมายคุณลักษณะพลเมืองของประเทศเพื่อชี้นำไปสู่คุณลักษณะและสมรรถนะของครู กระบวนการผลิตและพัฒนาครูควรปรับวิธีการรับและกระบวนการผลิต โดยเน้นการรับคนเก่งและมีจิตวิญญาณความเป็นครูเข้ามาเป็นครู และเน้นให้นิสิตได้ลงมือปฏิบัติเพื่อเชื่อมโยงกับทฤษฎี รวมทั้งการเน้นการสะท้อนความคิดจากการปฏิบัติ และพัฒนาครูควรพัฒนาครูใหม่เพื่อให้เกิดความต่อเนื่องระหว่างการผลิตครูและครูประจำการ


LOOKING AT TEACHER EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THAILAND THROUGH THE LENS OF A TEACHER EDUCATOR


Teacher education and professional development plays a crucial role in educational reform in Thailand. This article aims at giving recommendations on teacher education and professional development in Thailand though the lens of teacher education. Teacher education should start with considering anticipated attributes of Thai citizens then think about teacher attributes and competency. Recruitment for teacher candidates and teacher education programs should be reconsidered. The candidates who have high competency and strong teacher spirit should be selected. Teacher education program should be practice-based and reflection-based activities in order to help pre-service teacher link theories and practice. Induction program are also recommended for teacher education in Thailand. This program will link and fill the gap between pre-service and in-service teacher education.

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(Chatree Faikhamta)ช. ฝ. (2018). หันมองการผลิตและพัฒนาครูของประเทศไทยผ่านเลนส์ของนักครุศึกษา; LOOKING AT TEACHER EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THAILAND THROUGH THE LENS OF A TEACHER EDUCATOR. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 20(4), 291-301. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/147638
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