EFFECT OF GROUP DYNAMIC PROGRAM ON MATHAYOMSUKSA 3 STUDENRS’ FUTURE ORIENTED SELF-CONTROL OF SIRIMATTHEVI SCHOOL, PHAN, CHIANGRAI

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  • Thanphitcha Chemue คณะมนุษยศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
  • Veerawan Wongpinpech
Keywords: group dynamic program, future orientated self-control, mathayonsuksa student

Abstract

The purpose of this research was to study the effects of group dynamic program on mathayonsuksa 3 students’ future orientated self-control of Sirimasthevi school, Phan, Chiangrai. This research was designed by using a quasi-experimental research method included an experimental group and a control group. The evaluation was divided into 3 periods: pre-experimental, post-experimental, and monitoring. The samples were 30 students of mathayomsuksa 3 chosen by using a purposive sampling method. They were divided into 2 groups which were 15 students of the experimental group and 15 students of the control group. The experimental group attended the group dynamic program with 3 sessions a week within 4 weeks. It took 50-60 minutes per session. The research instruments consisted of questionnaires on future orientated self-control and group dynamic programs. The statistics used to analyze the data were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test dependent, and One-Way Repeated Measure ANOVA. The results revealed that the future orientated self-control of the experimental group after attending the group dynamic program was significantly higher at the level of .05. The future orientated self-control of the experimental group after attending the group was significantly higher than the control group at the level of .05. The future orientated self-control in the pre- experimental, the post-experimental, and the monitoring of the experimental group was significantly different at the level of .05.

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2019-11-29
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Chemue, T., & Wongpinpech, V. (2019). EFFECT OF GROUP DYNAMIC PROGRAM ON MATHAYOMSUKSA 3 STUDENRS’ FUTURE ORIENTED SELF-CONTROL OF SIRIMATTHEVI SCHOOL, PHAN, CHIANGRAI: -. Life Sciences and Environment Journal, 20(2), 404-417. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/psru/article/view/196109
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