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Title: The Scenario for the social studies curriculum of the Rajabhat Universities in the next decade
Other Titles: อนาคตภาพหลักสูตรสาขาวิชาสังคมศึกษาของมหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏในทศวรรษหน้า
Authors: Charin Mangkhang
Sawang Saenbut
Chetthapoom Wannapaisan
Apichat Sukaram
Keywords: Scenario Social Studies Curriculum
Rajabhat Universities
Next Decade
Issue Date: Apr-2020
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: The objectives of this research were 1) to study the current conditions and problems of curriculum administration in social studies of Rajabhat universities 2) to study the students’ requirement for the administration of curriculum in social studies of Rajabhat universities 3) to present the scenario for the social studies curriculum of the Rajabhat universities in the next decade. The methodology of the research consists of 3 steps as follows: step 1: studying the problems of curriculum administration in social studies of Rajabhat universities, step 2: examining the students’ requirement for the administration of curriculum in social studies of Rajabhat universities, step 3: synthesizing the information and presenting the scenario for the social studies curriculum of the Rajabhat universities in the next decade. The populations of the research were executives, faculty members and students in the social studies department, faculty of education in the Rajabhat universities of the north. The samples were composed of 353 executives, faculty members and students in the social studies department, faculty of education in the Rajabhat universities of the north. The research tools were 1) questionnaires of the current conditions and problems of the administration of curriculum in social studies of Rajabhat universities 2) questionnaires of the students’ requirement for the administration of curriculum in social studies of Rajabhat universities 3) interviews on the topics of the scenario for the social studies curriculum of the Rajabhat universities in the next decade. The collected data were tested by using percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results revealed that: The scenario for the social studies curriculum of the Rajabhat universities in the next decade had the important scenario and future trends as follows: 1) Philosophy of the course Emphasizing that students are knowledgeable in the field of social studies Independent thinking based on good accuracy Respect the criteria of society and law. Are good world citizens. 2) Course objectives Focus on developing quality learners in accordance with the standards of the Teachers Council of Thailand, Ministry of Education. Develop students to have TPACK skills. 3) The structure of the curriculum is flexible and consists of Important subjects in everyday life related to today's global society and the 21st century, With integration technology and content in a systematic learning design (TPACK). The number of credits is likely to decrease. 4) The policy and supporting aspect-Provide enough budgets, there were stable policy from the government, produce social teachers and closed system with a limited number of receipts. And motivate good students to become teachers. 5) The curriculum aspect-there were improved the curriculum structure to be diverse in accordance with the standard qualifications at the bachelor's degree level (TQF.1) by the Office of the Higher Education Commission. Use online courses. 6) The instructor aspect-Specialize in Social studies and conduct online classes. 7) The student aspect-Selecting students who met the specified criteria with committees from many sectors. 8) The aspect of teachers' professional experience training-Provide teaching profession training sources that were guaranteed and improve administrative system of teaching profession training.
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