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The purpose of this research was to develop the integrated supervision model to enhance the active learning competency of teacher in basic education. This research was divided into 4 steps as follows; step 1 study the integrated supervision progress to enhance the active learning competency of teacher in basic education by interviewing distinguished 3 specialists with a recording form and structured questions, step 2 develop and examine the quality of the integrated supervision model in a supervision model handbook. After that, the quality it was examined by 9 distinguished specialists and 10 teachers for pilot trial by using the integrated supervision model evaluation form. There are 5 levels for evaluation in analyzing average value and standard deviation value, step 3 study the outcome of using the integrated supervision model with 30 attending teachers. The instrument used was a multiple – choice test of the active learning knowledge in class. The statistic used were mean and standard deviation, and step 4 studying the satisfaction of the teachers towards the model and the analysis of mean and standard deviation was applied. The research finding found that;
1. The basic information about integrated supervision to enhance the active learning competency found that the supervision that must Integrating clinical supervision, cognitive coaching and mentoring. The principles that supervisors provide guidance to supervisory recipients that can develop on their own. And consulting advice to less experienced supervisors or start work to be developed and promoting the teaching and learning activities that focus on proactive learning management in improving the quality of teaching and learning to be effective.
2. The outcome of the creation and the checking of quality of the integrated supervision model to enhance the active learning competency of teacher in basic education It consisted of 5 components as follows: principles, objectives, contents, procedure, and evaluation. The procedure include of 3 steps as follows; 1) directional planning, 2) supervisory management, and 3) learning development. The constructed integrated supervision model was verified by experts and it was found that the integrated supervision model at the high level. The manual were constructed appropriately at the high level and the results of the pilot trial found that teachers realized the importance of active learning.
3. The outcome of the study the use of the integrated supervision model to enhance the active learning competency of teacher in basic education found that teacher as knowledgeable, comprehensive on active learning after allow period in the significant level of .05 and ability to write active learning plans at the highest level. Teaching and Learning skills at the highest level and Attitude to active learning at the good level.
4. The teacher’s satisfaction after use the integrated supervision model at the high level.
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