THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPERVISION MODEL USING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY TO ENHANCE 21ST CENTURY LEARNING MANAGEMENT POTENTIALS OF PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS

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Duangkid Jon-Ega
Sunee Nguenyuang
Somkiat Intasingh
Ruetinan Samuttai

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This research aimed to develop a supervision model and explore the outcomes of using the model via professional learning communities (PLCs) to enhance the 21st century learning management potentials of private school teachers. The research methodology was divided into two phases as follows: 1) developing the model examined in terms of its quality by six connoisseurs and 2) exploring the model utilization outcomes whose sample groups were three administrators, one academic teacher, and 50 teachers in three private schools. The tools were evaluation forms on model quality; the 21st century learning management plan, units, and ability; professional learning organization attributes; and model satisfaction. The data were analyzed via mean, standard deviation, t-test values, and content analysis. The findings revealed that the model consisted of five components that were 1) objectives, 2) principles and concepts, 3) supervision content, 4) supervision personnel, and 5) supervision processes. The evaluation outcomes of all standards were at the highest level (gif.latex?\bar{x}= 4.80, S.D. = 0.32). Teachers possessed 21st century learning management potentials in learning management design and behavior focusing on a learner-centered approach at the highest level. School characterized a professional learning organization and possessed model satisfaction at the highest levels.

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Jon-Ega, D., Nguenyuang, S., Intasingh, S., & Samuttai, R. (2020). THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPERVISION MODEL USING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY TO ENHANCE 21ST CENTURY LEARNING MANAGEMENT POTENTIALS OF PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 23(1), 17-29. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/242415
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