Promoting Instructional Process by Academic Mentors for Secondary School Teachers

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มงคล สาระคำ
วีรวรรณ จงจิตร ศิริจิรกาล
วิชิต สุขทร


This research aimed to: 1) develop a “Mentoring and Coaching for Promotion to Learning Management Competency of Secondary Teachers”. 2) identify the effectiveness of “Mentoring and Coaching for Promotion to Learning Management Competency of Secondary Teachers”.

There are thirty six people were research targets for example secondary school teachers, educational area supervisors, academic administrators and science teachers in Nakhon Si Thammarat. Specific research methodologies were questionnaire analysis, experts panel interviewing sessions and connoisseurship seminar activities.  The gathered data analysis identified mean, percentages as well as the result standard deviation figures.

The findings includes: 

  1. There are five (5) steps in the learning promotion processes called “ISMAL.” The steps comprises of 1) Identification for Matching (I) 2) Social Networking Design (S) 3) Monitoring and Collecting Data (M) 4) Analysis for Guidance (A) and 5) Learning to Improvement (I). The overall score is at the level “good.”

  2. The effectiveness of the ISMAL processes are revealed in five educational management aspect. It was sorted from easy to hard. The five aspects include 1) the management of learning environment; 2) outline of the learning activities; 3) learning management practice; 4) curriculum, content and activities. and 5) Assessment and Evaluation Processes.


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