DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL BASED ON CONSTRUCTIVIST AND GRAPHIC ORGANIZER APPROACHES TO ENHANCE TEACHER STUDENTS’ ANALYZING ABILITY, NAKHON SI THAMMARAT RAJABHAT UNIVERSITY
The purpose of the study was to develop an instructional model aimed at enhancing teacher students’ analyzing skill. The model was based on the theory of Constructivism and the graphic organizer approach. The study samples composed of twenty two second year teacher students of Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University. They were taken by simple random sampling; class section was a unit of sampling. The research instruments were two lesson plans of sixteen hours in the curriculum development course, and experts’ evaluation form. Data were analyzed using arithmetic mean, standard deviation, and content analysis.
The results revealed that there were four key instructional processes of the developed model; Engaging, Searching, Constructing, and Applying. The quality of the developed instructional model by expert judgment was at a highest level (=3.77 from total score 4, S.D. = 0.50).
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