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Paper Title :
Blended Training Systems With Action Learning (BTSAL) to Enhance Competency in Instruction Design on Project-Based Learning Via Integrate Information and Communication Technology for Primary School Teachers

Author :Winai Pantho, Kobsook Kongmanus, Onjaree Na Takuatung

Article Citation :Winai Pantho ,Kobsook Kongmanus ,Onjaree Na Takuatung , (2018 ) " Blended Training Systems With Action Learning (BTSAL) to Enhance Competency in Instruction Design on Project-Based Learning Via Integrate Information and Communication Technology for Primary School Teachers " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 39-44, Volume-4,Issue-7

Abstract : Blended Training Systems with Action Learning (BTSAL) is the components and the ways to enhance teachers’ competency with learning via online technology and face-to-face learning with colleague with training activity which focus on action learning to enhance competency in instruction design on Project-Based Learning (PBL) via integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for teachers which is necessary knowledge for teachers to manage in their classroom with the aim that students can create their products based on using technology and communications. This study aims to 1) study the components of BTSAL to enhance competency in instruction design on PBL via integrate ICT and 2) study the suitability of a draft of BTSAL to enhance competency in instruction design on PBL via integrate ICT. The sample is nine experts. The research tools are content analysis’s table, a draft of BTSAL to enhance competency in instruction design on PBL via integrate ICT and suitability questionnaire of the draft which is Likert’s scale on five levels. The data analyses are content analysis, mean, and standard deviation. The results showed that 1) BTSAL to enhance competency in instruction design on PBL via integrate ICT for primary school teacher consisted of seven components that consisted of 1.1) principle of the model, 1.2) purposes of the model, 1.3) content, 1.4) trainer/trainee, 1.5) media and facilitator of the training 1.6) training Process with Active Learning and 1.7) the competency in instruction design on PBL via integrating ICT for teachers. And 2) the suitability of BTSAL to enhance competency in instruction design on PBL via integrate ICT shows overall of components is the most suitability ( X= 4.70, S.D. = 0.48). Index Terms- blended training systems; action learning; instruction design; project-based learning; information and communication technology.

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