Developing Teachers to Enhance Students' Effective Teamwork Skills

Supan Saysin, Phrakru Dhammapissamai


This research was conducted in order to develop teachers to enhance the effective teamwork skills of their students in secondary schools. This was a part of a research project, which was based on advances in digital technology and the knowledge-based society of the 21st Century. Various useful perspectives on developing effective teamwork skills were collected from the internet and applied by utilizing Research and Development methodology. The aim was to achieve an educational innovation called an "Online Self-Training Program to Develop Teachers to Enhance Their Students' Effective Teamwork Skills". This program was intended to empower teachers with knowledge and skills that could be applied to classrooms and could ultimately enhance the learning outcomes of students. From the research resulted in such educational innovations that have been verified by teachers who are interested in implementing this educational innovation and through experimental research in the field, found that it is effective according to the specified criteria, namely 1 ) The teacher learning outcome on the posttest score met the standard criteria of 90/90 and the posttest score was significantly higher than the pretest score, and 2) The posttest score from the students' effective teamwork skills assessment was significantly higher than the pretest score. Therefore, it showed that this educational innovation can be disseminated for the development of teachers and students in secondary schools nationwide.

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World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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