This research is aimed at Developing a virtual classroom model using shared learning and syntactic learning To develop creativity of the College of Education students Roi Et Rajabhat University by researching and developing 3 steps of research: 1) Create a virtual classroom style using shared learning and Synthetics learning to develop creativity of the College of Education students Roi Et Rajabhat University. 2) Study the results of using the virtual classroom format by using joint learning and synthetics learning to develop the creativity of the College of Education students Roi Et Rajabhat University. 3) Presenting a virtual classroom using shared learning and Synthetics learning to develop the creativity of the College of Education students Roi Et Rajabhat University. The sample group consists of undergraduate students, Bachelor of Education Program Roi Et Rajabhat University Early Childhood Education Select by group sampling method (Cluster Sampling) The experimental group consisted of 30 students studying with a virtual classroom model using common learning and Synthetics learning to develop the creativity of the College of Education students Roi Et Rajabhat University with a control group of 32 people, normal students, statistics used to analyze data such as frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation Non-independent test statistics and independent test statistics and statistics for testing the relationship by value Pearson’s correlation coefficient. Upon completion of the comparative study of achievement and study the satisfaction of students towards learning in a virtual classroom model Data analysis using mean, standard deviation T-test, the research found that; 1. Virtual classrooms using collaborative learning and synthetics to develop the creativity of the College of Education students Roi Et Rajabhat University is comprised of 6 components, namely 1) Learning system on virtual classroom 2) Communication and collaboration tools 3) Media content and learning resources 4) Student and instructor roles 5) Large group and sub-group 6) Learning Evaluation for the learning process together with 3 steps: 1) Process before class 2) Procedure during study consists of sub steps, which are 2.1) preparation for learners 2.2) classes consist of activities in large groups; stimulation and pulling ideas to create motivation, telling purpose, review previous knowledge, learn and present lessons, set the topic of the work by voting, point out learning methods and join activities in small groups (Activities in small groups set topics by voting, prepare and seek information, brainstorming, create works presenting work within a small group, comment vote to vote in large group showing comments, votes, votes and 3) evaluation 3 to 5 qualified persons assessed to certify the virtual classroom format by using mutual learning and learning of synthetics teaching to develop the creativity of higher education students in the field of education, education, science and related fields. There is a comment on the model developed by agreeing the most.
Chanchai Wongsirasawat, Phadungchai Pupat and Sawat Phetchabun
The present research was aimed to validate the construct validity of the administrator role indicators for encourage efficiency on learning management in school under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. A stratified random sampling method was used to select a sample of 150 school administrators under the Office of the Basic Education Commission. The research instrument used was a 5 rating scale questionnaire with content validity from 0.60-1.00. The data analyses were first order a confirmatory factor analysis. The results of the study indicated that the administrator role indicators for encourage efficiency on learning management in school under the Office of the Basic Education Commission comprised 15 indicators, is valid and fit to empirical data i.e. Chi-square = 87.675, degree of freedom (df) = 76, p-value = 0.170, GFI = 0.931, AGFI = 0.892, and RMSEA = 0.019.
At present, the issue of agricultural land protection resonates in a wide range of scientific disciplines. Individual approaches to the subject are in line with the relevant field, but the basis should always be grounded in the current legislation. The paper is a technical description focused on identification of the basic terms, relations, problems, goals and challenges and possible legal or legislative solutions of the physical protection of the agricultural soil and the legal protection of the agricultural land as an object of legal relations in the Slovak Republic. Achievement the goals and their legal realisation is possible only if certain legal obstacles are resolved on the national level and level of European Union. This paper represents a basic analysis, which can possibly serve as a support for an attempt to resolve the defined problems by the legislative means.
This study used a mixed approach research design. The objectives were to study employers’ and college instructors’ needs regarding the designer competencies of undergraduate fashion-design students in Thailand, and to propose a guideline for the development of designer competencies of undergraduate fashion-design students in Thailand. For the quantitative approach, the research samples included 250 business owners/designers and 163 college instructors from fashion design faculties in Thai universities. A questionnaire was used as the research instrument. Data were collected by email. A “need-assessment analysis” technique was implemented in the data analysis. Regarding the qualitative approach, 15 key informants were interviewed via the interview script. A “content analysis” technique was used to analyse the qualitative data in this research. The results revealed that the employers’ need for improved components of knowledge competencies was consistent with the need of college instructors: both placed a priority on the development of language knowledge, followed by product-management knowledge, innovative knowledge and design knowledge. The employers’ need for improved components of skill competencies was consistent with the need of college instructors: both placed a priority on the development of language skills, followed by product-management skills, innovative and technology skills, and design skills. The employers’ need for improvement of qualification competencies was consistent with the need of college instructors: both placed a priority on the social role, followed by inner drive and self-conceptualisation, respectively. However, the findings indicated a difference between their needs: employers found that none of the qualification competencies needed rapid development, whereas college instructors indicated that one component needed rapid improvement – the social role.
Omar Rimawi, Sameer Shqair, Mohammed Namourah and Bassam Yousef Ibrahim Banat
The objectives of the study were to identify the emotional stability among the ex-detainees Palestinian children from Israeli prisons. Emotional stability scale was administrated to 299 children using the stratified random sampling method. The findings revealed that the ex-detainees Palestinian children experienced a low level of emotional stability. These results confirmed the traumatic experiences on the personality of the ex-detainees Palestinian children from Israeli prisons. The consequences of the findings for practice are highlighted.
Despite the growing interest in the subject, the gender perceptions in the context of university studies have not been sufficiently studied so far. In this contribution, what is being proposed is a practical approach in the Spanish university system assessing the progress regarding the perception of equality among students receiving training on gender perspective in the framework of an Equality Plan. For this purpose, a case study was designed by assessing the progress as regards equality perceptions in the student body of the Universidad de Valencia Estudio General (UVEG). 338 students in grades filled out questionnaires on gender both before (225) and after (113) receiving a course in gender training. Results show Equality Plans with gender training significantly improves gender perception in university students. Academic institutions can play an essential role in ensuring developing Equality Plans with initiatives in education concerning gender equality.
Pornthep Jewpairojkit, Thanin Rattanolarn and Songwut Ekwuttiwongsa
Nowadays, the standard of professional education, interior architecture and interior design at higher education in Thailand must meet the certification criteria from the Professional Council. However, the expected learning outcomes results in the past studies has not studied the components of expected learning outcomes that are explicit and consistent with the 20-Year National Strategy. The researchers therefore aim to study such components to lead to the development of a standard measurement model to further expected learning outcomes. The researchers synthesized the initial components through the document to create and develop a questionnaire to evaluate the level of performance by estimating 5 levels and collect data with the senior students in the curriculum that has been approved by the Professional Council. Divided into 362 samples in the analysis of survey elements and 364 samples in Confirmatory Factor Analysis by Cluster Random Sampling from state and private universities. The survey component analysis resulted in 6 components along with confirmatory factor analysis of empirical component. The results of the sequence analysis of weight components from descending order as follows: Cognitive for profession skill (CP)=.96 Interpersonal relationship and responsibility skill (IR)=.89 In numerical communication and information technology skill(NC)=.87 Profession future of Thailand skill (PF)=.85 Knowledge for Professional practice skill (KPP)=.73 Moral and ethical skill (ME) =.67.
Eco-sustainable and ethical farming initiatives arising from civil society have had an increasing popularity all over the world in recent decades, and Italy is no exception to this trend. This contribution is aimed at presenting two significant case studies from this country concerning sustainable and ethical farming, one of which is a uniquely Italian experience. What I argue is that it is possible to see the main features of the theory of the so-called “environmental commons” as the ethical-legal basis in the background of these initiatives. Through a sort of inductive approach of research, the examination of the two case studies offers the possibility to propose a more general inquiry, i.e. to question whether and how these experiences can be expressive of a new conception of farmland, which can be labeled as “farmland as a common”.
Youth are the change agents of any society, therefore, it is critical to identify their attitudes toward gender roles. The study utilizes a social survey approach, where a stratified random sample is selected from the study population, which consists of Jordanian youth who are enrolled at the University of Jordan in Amman, Jordan. The size of the sample is 848 youth, with 33.5% (N=284) males and 66.5% females (N=564). A survey, based on two scales, is developed to measure youth’s attitudes toward gender roles: the gender professions scale and the gender skills scale. The study also examines the effect of the following variables: age, type of college, place of residence, monthly income, and educational level of the mother. The analysis uses statistical methods to recognize differences in attitudes, to understand the relationship between the independent and dependent variables, and to determine statistical significance (set at p ≤ 0.05). The results show that the attitudes of female youth toward gender roles are nontraditional in comparison to those of their male counterparts. Moreover, attitudes toward gender roles tend to be gender-balanced among older youth who live in urban areas, study in humanitarian colleges, and whose mother’s educational level is high. The study highlights the importance of institutionalizing the concept of gender in higher educational institutions.
This paper examines the practice of inclusive education in schools under the jurisdiction of South Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. According to law, the education system must be inclusive; therefore, schools are required to acknowledge all groups of kids, incorporating those with special educational needs (SEN). This study highlights the state of inclusive education in schools, which includes the implementation of its policies by school administrators, proper management by teachers, and the community’s perception. Primary data were obtained from surveys and interviews with 100 school administrators, 500 teachers, 45 parents of SEN students, and numerous stakeholders. The study shows that local government policies have resulted in the development of inclusive education in schools located in South Kalimantan. It also indicates that, most school leaders and parents of non-SEN students support its utilization in classrooms, and are willing to work with SEN students. In practice, the implementation of inclusive education varies from one school to another depending on the perceptions of administrators and the will of teachers.