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The purposes of this research were to: 1) develop the lessons of science and mathematics learning management using phenomenon-based approach with e-learning media, 2) study the effects of the phenomenon-based approach with e-learning media on the learning management capacities of graduate students in early childhood education, 3) explore the satisfaction of the graduate students in early childhood education on e-learning media. The target group was the 27 graduate students who registered the course of Science and Mathematics learning management for young children. The research instruments included: 1) the learning management plans of phenomenon-based approach with e-learning media, 2) pre- and post-tests, 3) evaluation form of learning management plans, 4) evaluation form of science and mathematics learning management for young children, 5) the satisfaction questionnaire towards e-learning media, 6) reflective students’ learning journal, and 7) instructor’s records after teaching. The results indicated that 1) the lessons of science and mathematics learning management using the phenomenon-based learning with e-learning was at the most appropriate level, with the total average 4.77, 2) the students had better knowledge in designing post-learning learning management plan (µ = 9.04) than before (µ = 12.04). The ability to design science and math learning management plan was at a very good level and able to manage learning at a very good level, and 3) the students were satisfied the e-learning media at the most level.
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