Innovation Smart to Learn as ICARE Model for Learning Model Organization Based on Work Skills Through Saori Weaving for Special Needs Children

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Duanpenporn Chaipugdee

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            Purposes of this research are 1) To study the current state and needs of learning management, focusing on work skills through Saori weaving for special needs children. 2) Develop a learning management model focusing on work skills through Saori weaving. 3) Develop a teacher-centered learning management approach through the use of Saori weaving for special needs children. 4) Study the effectiveness of the learning management model. If the work skills Weaving Saori for special needs children by the study based on learning skills that focus on working with special children. Research results indicate that 1) the current state and needs of learning management focused on work skills through Saori weaving for special children. The overall picture is at the highest level. 2) the learning management model emphasizing on working skills through Saori weaving for special children in the following 4 steps; 1. Prepare the actual context. 2. Set goals 3. Plan and execute 4. Monitoring and Evaluation Saori Weaving Class includes the following 5 details; 1) Inspire2) Chọose3) Aim & Act 4) Reflect on learning5) Experiential - Based Learning Measure and evaluate by: ICARE Model 3) The results of teacher development on learning management focused on working skills through Saori weaving for special children were found that (1) Teachers with average scores after training, 35.09% was 77.98%, which is higher than 70%. (2) 22 trainers were able to develop a skill management plan in the 21st century at the best evaluated in 73.33% and 8 person respectively in good or 26.67%.(3) The results of the study on the effectiveness of the model showed that the extra children had a higher score of Saori weaving. After class, 75.49% were higher than the standard set of 70% and the students were satisfied with Saori weaving as the most levels.




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