The Development of Curriculum to Enhance Special Education Research Potential for Teachers in Inclusive Schools

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Anucha Phoommisittiporn
Boonlom Duangwiset
Siriwimol Jai-ngam
Suwapatchara Changpinit


The purposes of this study were to (1) study basic information for developing the curriculum, (2) develop the curriculum and verify its quality, (3) implement the curriculum, and (4) evaluate the curriculum. The samples used in this experimental curriculum were 30 teachers in inclusive schools in Phitsanulok and Phichit provinces. The research instrument was the Curriculum to Enhance Special Education Research Potential for Teachers in Inclusive Schools. The statistical analysis of data assessed mean, standard deviation and paired samples t-test. The findings of this study were as follows. 1) From assessing basic information, there were problems and needs at a high level. 2) The curriculum comprised five components, namely principles, objectives, content structure, teaching methods, and measurement and evaluation. The development of Curriculum to Enhance Special Education Research Potential for Teachers was at the highest level of suitability. 3) After implementing the curriculum, the educational research competency among teachers was higher than before implementing the curriculum, with a statistical significance level of .05, and teachers’ satisfaction with the curriculum at the highest level. 4) The quality of curriculum including utility, feasibility, propriety, and accuracy were at the highest level.

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Phoommisittiporn, A., Duangwiset, B., Jai-ngam, S., & Changpinit, S. (2024). The Development of Curriculum to Enhance Special Education Research Potential for Teachers in Inclusive Schools. Journal of Education and Innovative Learning, 4(1), 97–112. Retrieved from
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