The The Development of Professional Development Model on Constructionism with Local Wisdom-based Learning Management for Pre-service Teachers

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Sasithorn Soparat

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The purpose of this research was to develop the professional development model on Constructionism with local wisdom-based learning management for pre-service teachers in Phranakhon Rajabhat University. The samples were 145 samples selected by purposive sampling in following; 24 local wisdom elites, 6 administrators, 115 teachers. The research methodology was research and development. The data collecting tools were the questionnaire surveying the condition of using Thai local wisdom in learning management and the evaluation forms for the professional development model. The basic statistics, percentage and average, were used to analyze the quantitative data and the content analysis was used to analyze the qualitative data.


The research results showed that the professional development model was designed on the conceptual frameworks of 1) the basic knowledge of the model, 2) the objectives of the model, 3) the learning activities, and 4) the learning outcomes and evaluation. There were 5 modules designed as the learning modules in this professional development model, that were; Module 1: Spirituality as Teacher, Module 2: Integrating Local Wisdom and Sufficiency Economy to Learning Activities in Classroom, Module 3: Techniques for Transferring of Knowledge into Classroom, Module 4: Designing the Activities by using Local Wisdom and Sufficiency Economy into Classroom, and Module 5: Developing of Teacher Learning Community. The results of evaluation for the model showed that the average scores were in “agree” in following aspects; 1) the accuracy of principles and rationales of the model was in “agree” levels (x̄ = 4.40), 2) the appropriateness for the context and areas of the model was in “agree” levels (x̄ = 4.41), 3) the possibility to apply the model was in “agree” levels (x̄ = 4.22), and the benefit of the model was in “strongly agree” levels (x̄ = 4.58).

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