Competencies of New Teachers in Learning Management in Teacher Production for Local Development

Titiworada Polyiem, Prasart Nuangchalerm


The goals of this study were twofold: 1) to enhance the learning management competence of novice teachers in the teacher production for local development; and 2) to investigate the opinions of novice teachers toward the learning management competence based on the teacher production for local development. The key informants consisted of 84 teachers from 12 different academic disciplines working in the network for Thailand's lower northeastern region. A questionnaire for interviews and a test of one's competence in learning management were used as study tools. Mean and standard deviation were the two types of statistics used in the examination of quantitative data. According to the findings, the total level of competence in learning management was already rather high after the first round, and it reached its highest possible level after the second round. New instructors increased their skills in learning management and were able to use their newly acquired knowledge when constructing learning activities depending on the learning goals, topics, and ages of their students. In addition to this, students were able to employ teaching and learning management abilities appropriate for the 21st century, which included educational quality enhancement.

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