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Sukanya Chaemchoy
Pruet Siribanpitak
Shunnawat Pungbangkradee
Poramet Charoynoot
Kanchit Pimjai
Benyapha Wilaiwan
Thaworn Intaraamorn


This research had the following objectives: 1) Study the conceptual framework of Purposeful and Valuable Learning Management. 2) Investigate best practices in schools. And 3) propose an approach for purposeful and valuable learning management in basic education. The research employed a multi-phase mixed methods research method consisting of three phases. In Phase 1, study the conceptual framework. The informants are 5 experts selected through purposive sampling. In Phase 2, study best practices. The informants include 5 schools with exemplary practices, chosen through purposive sampling. In Phase 3, propose an approach. The information was obtained from 16 experts specifically selected to evaluate the approach. Data were analyzed using averages and content analysis. The research findings indicated: 1. The conceptual framework of Purposeful and Valuable Learning Management, comprising: 1.1 Purposeful learning processes. 1.2 Valuable life learning outcomes. 1.3 Teacher competencies. 1.4 Learning resources. And 1.5 Learning assessment. 2. Best practices in schools, including: 2.1 Development of an integrated curriculum and emphasis on individual learners. 2.2 Learning management that emphasized purposeful and valuable learning. 2.3 Teacher competencies, encompassing coaching, the use of questions, proactive learning management, and positive classroom management. 2.4 Learning resources, such as real-life and social learning resources, creative learning resources, and media and digital technology learning resources. And 2.5 Learning assessment methods, including authentic assessment to develop students in a balanced way, assessment of learning outcomes, and providing feedback. 3. The approach of Purposeful and Valuable Learning Management for Basic Education, comprising four approaches, was at the most appropriate level and had a high level of feasibility.

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Chaemchoy, S., Siribanpitak, P., Pungbangkradee, S., Charoynoot, P., Pimjai, K., Wilaiwan, B., & Intaraamorn, T. (2024). APPROACH OF PURPOSEFUL AND VALUABLE LEARNING MANAGEMENT FOR BASIC EDUCATION. Journal of Education and Innovation, 26(1), 371–385. Retrieved from
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