LOCAL STRAND LEARNING MANAGEMENT ON MAE SOT STUDIES TO ENHANCE CIVIC STRENGTHS OF GRADE 6 STUDENTS

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Noppachai Sittiwong
Chetthapoom Wannapaisan
Jarunee Maneekul

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The research aims to 1) establish and develop local strand learning management on Mae Sot Studies to enhance Civic Strengths of grade 6 students. 2) To study the result of the local strand learning management on Mae Sot Studies to enhance Civic Strengths of grade 6 students. The sample for this research was the 36 students studying in grade 6, year 2016, Ban Huay Kalok School. The research tools were 1) Learning plan about local strand on Mae Sot studies 2) Civic Strength characteristics assessment. The data was analyzed by using descriptive statistics such as mean scores and standard deviation. The results were found that 1) Learning plan about local strand on Mae Sot Studies to enhance Civic Strengths of Grade 6 students. can promote Civic Strengths characteristics. 2) The level of Civic Strengths characteristics in grade 6, year 2559, Ban Huay Kalok School by using local strand learning management on Mae Sot Studies to enhance Civic Strengths of Grade 6 students was found that the mean (gif.latex?\bar{x} ) was in best level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 3.64, SD = 23), and the comparison of learning achievement of the students in grade 6 at Ban Huay Kalok School in subject content before and after studying was found that learning achievements after studying was higher than before studying at the level of significance of .05 which was consistent to the research hypothesis.

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Sittiwong, N., Wannapaisan, C., & Maneekul, J. (2019). LOCAL STRAND LEARNING MANAGEMENT ON MAE SOT STUDIES TO ENHANCE CIVIC STRENGTHS OF GRADE 6 STUDENTS. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 22(1), 96-108. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/95428
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