Journal of Education and Innovative Learning <p>วารสารการศึกษาและนวัตกรรมการเรียนรู้ เป็นวารสารวิชาการที่จัดทำขึ้นเพื่อเป็นที่รวบรวม เผยแพร่ผลงานวิชาการและงานวิจัยในด้านการพัฒนาการจัดการศึกษาและการเรียนรู้ ตลอดจนการวิจัยในชั้นเรียน เพื่อส่งเสริมและพัฒนาคุณภาพผลงานวิชาการของบุคลากรทางการศึกษาในหลากหลายสาขาวิชา ทั้งคณาจารย์ นักศึกษา และนักวิชาการต่าง ๆ อีกทั้งเพื่อสนับสนุนให้เกิดการวิจัย ค้นคว้า และสร้างนวัตกรรมการศึกษาใหม่ ๆ อย่างต่อเนื่อง ทั้งภายในและภายนอกมหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์</p> <p>บทความที่ได้รับการคัดเลือกตีพิมพ์ในวารสารฯ จะได้รับการเผยแพร่ในรูปแบบออนไลน์บนเว็บไซต์ (ThaiJO) โดยกำหนดการเผยแพร่วารสารฯ ปีละ 3 ฉบับ คือ ฉบับที่ 1 (มกราคม-เมษายน) ฉบับที่ 2 (พฤษภาคม-สิงหาคม) และฉบับที่ 3 (กันยายน-ธันวาคม)</p> สำนักการศึกษาและนวัตกรรมการเรียนรู้ มหาวิทยาลัยสงขลานครินทร์ en-US Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 3027-6187 <p><span style="font-size: 12pt;">เนื้อหาและข้อมูลในบทความที่ตีพิมพ์ในวารสารการศึกษาและนวัตกรรมการเรียนรู้ ถือเป็นข้อคิดเห็นและความรับผิดชอบของผู้เขียน ซึ่งกองบรรณาธิการวารสาร ไม่จำเป็นต้องเห็นด้วยหรือร่วมรับผิดชอบใด ๆ และไม่สงวนสิทธิ์การคัดลอกบทความเพื่อใช้ประโยชน์ทางวิชาการ แต่ให้อ้างอิงข้อมูลแสดงที่มาของบทความทุกครั้งที่นำไปใช้ประโยชน์</span></p> The Role of Artificial Intelligence Technology in Higher Education Institutions <p>Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to machines or computer systems developed to be intelligent, capable of thinking, calculating, analyzing, learning, and making decisions, much like a human brain. The utilization of artificial intelligence for educational development in higher education serves as a model for organizational improvement in the country, fostering the cultivation of well-rounded graduates. Therefore, technology in educational management must be appropriately integrated to support higher education management in the digital age. Diversity in learning systems, analysis of learning behaviors, and understanding students' challenges will assist lecturers in improving content and learning activities based on the interests, aptitudes, and needs of each learner, and in effectively motivating them. Such measures amplify the potential for achievement and sustainably improve the quality of education. Consequently, the implementation of artificial intelligence policies becomes a crucial factor in educational management strategies, playing a pivotal role in upgrading educational quality and extending opportunities in the modern world.</p> Idhisak Sridam Phetprapa Sangkharam Ammara Ittipongse Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 145 159 Development of Blended Learning Management System on the Topic of Seminar in Trend Resolution in the Educational System Using Flipped Classroom Technique for Graduate Learners <p>The objectives of this research were: 1) to create and evaluate the effectiveness of a blended learning management system for graduate learners according to the 80/80 criterion; 2) to determine the index of effectiveness and academic achievement; and 3) to study the level of experts’ opinion and students’ satisfaction when learning with the developed system. The target group consisted of 17 students in the Master of Education Program for the academic year 2023. The research instruments were: 1) blended learning management system using flipped classroom technique; 2) an achievement test; 3) opinion questionnaire for experts; and 4) learner satisfaction questionnaire. The collected data were analyzed using statistical software that provided percentage, mean, standard deviation, and t-test results. The key findings were as follows: the developed system has an efficiency of 81.97/83.04, which matches the 80/80 criteria, and has an effectiveness index of .8235 or 82.35%. Learners who studied with this system had a higher post-study achievement than before, with a statistically significant test value of 31.244 at a p-level of .05. Experts have a very high opinion regarding the quality of the system, and learners are most satisfied with the system developed. The study has resulted in an effective system that can be used in teaching and learning. This enables graduate students to develop skills and develop learning in the seminar on trend resolutions in the educational system.</p> Phongsak Phakamach Prapatpong Senarith Darunee Panjarattanakorn Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 1 16 Online Interactive Supervision Model to Enhance Research Competency of Students in Graduate Diploma Program in Teaching Profession at Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University <p>The purposes of this research were to: 1) develop an online interactive supervision model to enhance research competency of students in the Graduate Diploma Program in Teaching Profession at Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University; 2) examine effects of the model; and 3) evaluate the model. The sample consisted of 10 students from the Graduate Diploma Program in Teaching Profession, at Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, in the Academic Year 2022. The research Instruments consisted of 1) the online interactive supervision model; 2) self-evaluation form on research competency; 3) research results evaluation form (rubrics); 4) a questionnaire on satisfaction; and 5) model certification form. The statistical analysis assessed mean, standard deviation, percentage, and t-test for dependent samples. It was found that: 1) The model consisted of the 5 components S for Smart technology, M for Manageable, A for Accessible, R for Real-time interactive, and T for Testing. The 5 steps were Preparation, Professional experience training process, Online interactive supervision, Evaluating, and Reflection. 2)The research competency of students after using online interactive supervision was higher than before using it, at a statistical significance of .01. The research results of students were evaluated at ‘excellent’ level (<img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=84.70), and the students perceived that the model was appropriate at the highest level (<img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=4.53). Finally, 3) the 5 experts evaluated the model to be at the highest level (<img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=4.97), and it can be applied in real situations.</p> Touchakorn Suwancharas Kanakorn Sawangcharoen Narongwat Mingmit Luxana Keyuraphan Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 17 33 Factors Influencing the Intention to Use Social Media for Learning Among Adolescents in Bangkok <p>The objective of this research was to investigate the level of intention to use online social media for learning among adolescents in Bangkok, and to examine the factors that influence attitudes and intentions to use online social media for learning among adolescents in Bangkok. The study sample consisted of 348 adolescents in Bangkok. The data collection tool was a questionnaire, and data analysis involved frequency distribution, percentages, means, standard deviations, and structural equation modeling. The key findings of the study are as follows. 1) It was found that the intention to use online social media for learning and actual usage among adolescents in Bangkok were both at high levels, namely with (<img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=4.04, S.D.=0.74) and (<img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=4.05, S.D.=0.75), respectively. 2) The hypothesis testing using structural equation modeling showed that the structural equation model of factors influencing the intention to use online social media for learning among adolescents in Bangkok met the statistical criteria (X<sup>2</sup> not significant (p&gt;0.05), X<sup>2</sup>/df=1.149, RMSEA=0.021, GFI=0.96, AGFI=0.92, RMR=0.02, SRMR=0.03, NFI=0.99, and CFI=1.00.). Additionally, it was found that the completeness of content influenced user satisfaction, and it also influenced perceived usefulness, while perceived ease of use influenced attitudes toward usage, perceived usefulness influenced attitudes toward usage, attitudes toward usage influenced intention to use, perceived enjoyment influenced intention to use, and intention to use influenced actual usage. Furthermore, user satisfaction did not influence attitudes toward usage.</p> Surakiat Tadawattanawit Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 35 49 The Effects of Case-Based Learning on Critical Thinking Skills among Nursing Students <p>This quasi-experimental research aimed to compare the critical thinking skills of nursing students before and after using case-based learning, and to study the level of satisfaction of the nursing students. The participants were 105 third-year nursing students who enrolled in the mental health and psychiatric nursing course at Metharath University. The research instruments consisted of five processes of case-based learning lesson plans, handouts, the critical thinking skill test, and the satisfaction questionnaires. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics; means, standard deviations, and a paired t-test. The results indicate that after receiving case-based learning, the mean score of critical thinking skills in nursing students was significantly higher than before that case-based learning (p-value .05). The level of satisfaction of nursing students with case-based learning in all aspects was the highest (mean=4.72, S.D.=0.24). Case-based learning can improve the critical thinking skills of nursing students. Therefore, this teaching approach should be utilized also in other courses to improve the critical thinking skills of nursing students continuously.</p> Chutima Jirathikrengkrai Jiraporn Kesornsuwan Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 51 64 Improving Communication Skills in Chinese Through a Short-term Training Course: A Case Study of First-Year-Students at Thepsatri Rajabhat University <p>The objectives of this research were (1) to develop a short-term training course for enhancing Chinese language communication skills of students in the various faculties of the Thepsatri Rajabhat University, (2) to evaluate them in pre- and post-training tests, (3) to study the satisfaction level of the target group towards using the Chinese language communication skills training course. The target group for this research were first-year students of the 2022 academic year from all six faculties at Thepsatri Rajabhat University, totaling approximately 1,341 persons, using purposive sampling. The research tools included: (1) a draft of the short-term training course for improving Chinese language communication skills; (2) pre- and post-training tests; (3) post-learning unit practice exercises; and (4) evaluation forms for feedback and satisfaction with the training program. All research tools were quality checked by experts. The research revealed that 1) the drafted short-term training course is highly suitable for this training program (<img title="\beta" src="\beta" />=4.40, S.D.=0.23), 2) the post-training test scores are higher than the pre-training test scores, with an improvement by 11.25 points, and 3) the satisfaction level of the target group towards the Chinese language communication skills training course is at a high level (<img title="\beta" src="\beta" />=4.55, S.D.=0.66). This shows that the developed course improves the Chinese language communication skills of the target group of students.</p> Phattrapron Chokpaiboon Sutinee Wongwattananukun Kawinkorn Chaijaroen Sukanya Thonghaew Puthep Prapagorn Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 65 79 Bridging Chemistry and Computing Science: Innovative Teaching Tools in Pre-service Teacher Education <p>This study investigated integrating computing science into chemistry education for pre-service teachers, focusing on using microcontrollers like Micro:bit and Arduino to develop STEM-based chemistry lessons. It involved eight pre-service teachers selected via purposive and voluntary sampling methods, participating in a longitudinal exploration from 2017 to 2020. Data were collected through various methods on courses in a chemistry education program, encompassing lesson plans, artifacts, videos, and photographs, and they were analyzed through content analysis. The key findings encapsulate the essence and impact of this integration: (1) Micro:bit emerged as the primary microcontroller used by pre-service teachers; (2) Projects often centered around environmental issues; (3) Effective integration of computer programming into chemistry teaching necessitated support from computer specialists or programmers; (4) The creation of microcontroller-based sensors/projects significantly enhanced the incorporation of computing science within science lessons; (5) Initial endeavors in blending computing science into chemistry education led to a rich variety of activity designs and innovations; (6) The development and use of microcontroller-based sensors facilitated the execution of more complex experiments in chemistry education. These findings underscore the potential of an interdisciplinary approach in enriching STEM-oriented chemistry education, highlighting the importance of teacher competence, professional development, and integrative teaching methodologies. This research provides vital insights for future pedagogical strategies and underscores the value of incorporating computing science in science education.</p> Suthida Chamrat Surasak Maotheuak Kittaporn Puakanokhirun Theenawat Nanta Nattaya Apichatyotin Warissara Kraijitmate Pongsathorn Suyamool Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 81 96 The Development of Curriculum to Enhance Special Education Research Potential for Teachers in Inclusive Schools <p>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.</p> Anucha Phoommisittiporn Boonlom Duangwiset Siriwimol Jai-ngam Suwapatchara Changpinit Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 97 112 Board Games as an Innovative Learning Approach in Potency Citizenship Course: Effects on the Academic Performance and Satisfaction of Education Students at Yala Rajabhat University <p>This research and development design using the five ADDIE stages aimed to: 1) develop innovative learning approaches that utilize board games to enhance students' understanding in the Potency Citizenship course; 2) investigate the effects of incorporating board game innovations on students' academic achievement; and 3) assess the satisfaction levels of students actively engaged in learning through board game innovations. The target population consisted of 448 first-year undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Education program. The research instruments were 1) "Citizen Land" board game, 2) an academic achievement test, and 3) a satisfaction questionnaire. The statistics mean and standard deviation were employed to analyze the collected data, presented in tabular format with descriptive analytics. The key results were as follows. The learning innovations used were 28 sets of "Citizen Land Board Game" over 4 weeks, and this led to a significant improvement in the students' post-learning achievement compared to their previous performance (<img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=25.28, S.D.=2.37 / <img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=19.05, S.D.=3.15). Students expressed the highest level of satisfaction (<img title="\bar{\chi }" src="\bar{\chi&amp;space;}" />=4.60, S.D.=0.58).</p> Wilaiwan Wilairat Siripat Rundaway Janthra Orasa Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 113 127 Knowledge Management Model Using Social Network to Enhance Potential of Educational Innovation for Teachers in Health and Physical Education Learning Area Under the Trang-Krabi Secondary Educational Service Area Office <p>The purposes of this study were 1) to study the knowledge management process, 2) to develop a knowledge management model, and 3) to investigate the results of using this model. The study mixed methodologies of qualitative and quantitative research. Key informants in the qualitative research were 10 experts in knowledge management, social network, and educational innovation. As for quantitative research, the sample consisted of 30 teachers in Health and Physical Education Learning Area under the Trang Krabi Secondary Educational Service Area Office. The qualitative data were analyzed using descriptive and inductive analyses. The quantitative data were analyzed by assessing the statistics mean and standard deviation. Results showed that 1) the knowledge management process consisted of (1) analysis of social network use, (2) definition of components of knowledge management, (3) investigation of the problems, (4) development planning, (5) definition of development steps, and (6) development guideline for model. 2) The knowledge management model consisted of (1) knowledge management process using social network, (2) knowledge management through social network, and (3) factors enhancing educational innovation potential. 3) The results from using this model, according to pretest and posttest self-assessment results, revealed that the potential for educational innovation of teachers in Health and Physical Education Learning Area improved in all aspects. As for their opinions regarding the model, they were satisfied at the highest level in all aspects.</p> Panita Ketkaew Nannaphat Chamwichit Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Education and Innovative Learning 2024-04-30 2024-04-30 4 1 129 143