THE STUDY OF REPRESENTATION OF THAI NATIONAL LOYALTY OF THE CHAN PALACE HISTORICAL CENTER: A STUDY FOR PROMOTION BY SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING

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Thunyavadee Gumjudpai
Tipparat Sittiwong

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This research aimed to study the representation of Thai National Loyalty of The Chan Palace Historical Center: A Study for Promotion by Self Directed Learning. The following theories/concepts were applied; 1) theory of constructing social reality with meaning perception, 2) representative concepts, 3) learning sources concepts, and 4) concepts related to self-directed learning with the general context of Thai National Loyalty of The Chan Palace Historical Center, which was used as the main framework for the research. The subjects used in this research were 36 undergraduate students from the Department of Educational Technology, Nareasuan University in the 1st semester of academic year 2019. Data collection tools were 1) lesson plan for representation of Thai National Loyalty of The Chan Palace Historical Center, 2) achievement test, and 3) student feedback questionnaire with regard to studying for representation of Thai National Loyalty of The Chan Palace Historical Center. Data were analyzed by using Mean, Standard Deviation, and t-test statistics, One-sample test for the mean. The research found that; 1) the post-study scores were significantly higher than the criteria at 0.05 significant level (85.02 percent), 2) students over-all knowledge gained through self-directed learning of representation of Thai National Loyalty of The Chan Palace Historical Center was at a high-level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 3.56, S.D. = 0.34), and 3) students had positive opinion of studying for representation of Thai National Loyalty of The Chan Palace Historical Center with an overall score at a high-level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.17, S.D. = 0.48).

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Gumjudpai, T., & Sittiwong, T. (2020). THE STUDY OF REPRESENTATION OF THAI NATIONAL LOYALTY OF THE CHAN PALACE HISTORICAL CENTER: A STUDY FOR PROMOTION BY SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 22(2), 125-134. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/229685
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