A Development of Instructional Model that using Empowerment Evaluation for Under Graduate Students, Faculty of Education, Dhonburi Rajaphat University
The objectives of this research were to: 1) developed an instructional model that using empowerment evaluation (IMEE) for bachelor degree teacher students, Faculty of Education, Dhonburi Rajabhat University, and 2) compare classroom action research achievement, and classroom action research quality between of those who used IMEE and did not use empowerment evaluation (Non-IMEE). The samples were 2 groups of under graduate students, 30 students per group, second semester, academic year 2016, Faculty of Education, selected by simple random sampling technique, using classroom as unit of sampling. Research instruments were instructional model, evaluation form for instructional model, instructional plans, achievement test, and evaluation form for quality of classroom action research. Data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation, and Independent Sample t-test.
The results showed that: 1) IMEE consisted of 9 steps: motivating, learning to do, goal setting and assignment, empowering to evaluate, evaluate the job, indicate the strengths and the weaknesses, allocate the best practice, empower the knowledge, and improving the job, and IMEE was suitable to be an instructional model at the highest level, and 2) students’ achievement on classroom action research, and classroom action research quality of those who employed IMEE were higher than of those who employed non-IMEE, at .05 level of the statistical significance.
Instructional model, Empowerment evaluation