DEVELOPING THE PROMOTIONAL TEACHER ATTRIBUTION MODEL FOR ENHANCING THE MORAL AND ETHICAL CHARACTERISTICS AS A TEACHER

Anusorn Chanprathak, Paisan Worakham, Arun Suikraduang

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To analyze, synthesis, and develop the guidelines of the promotional teacher attribution model to their moral and ethical characteristics as the main purpose of this research study. The scoping study into two phases, such as; analysis of concepts, theories and research related to the promotion attributes of the moral and ethics of characteristically teachers from the resources, including research papers, research articles related research, and interviews with luminaries of 9 members, using research instrument consisted of interviews and document analysis, data analysis, content analysis, and present an essay was the first phase. Development of promotional attributes a teacher, moral principles, concepts and theories involved, and guidance of a qualified that followed as the first phase, then the evaluation form and manual techniques to assess multiple attributes (MACR: Multiple-Attribute Consensus Reaching) from 12 educational experts who checked the suitability and feasibility of the model and the right, the possibility of the manual with the research instruments consisted of the promotion model attributes the moral and ethics teacher’s characteristics, to guide the promotion attributes’ model forms were assessed, the first edition of the manual data analysis, information obtained from the evaluation of the suitability and feasibility analysis model and guide for the average were administered was the second phase. Statistically significant with the standard deviation and means were analyzed. The results have found that; the promoting moral teacher attribute data to their moral and ethical characteristics was divided into two groups, priests and scholars. In both groups, the promotion attributes a teacher focus groups is moral in nature to modify the idea to a change of attitude within the organism. By the situation Students get down to the real experience, an analysis and synthesis face learning environments that cause cognitive skills to act as a self-realization possibly. The promotion model attributes a teacher, moral principles, including the importance of the activities, objectives and evaluation methods. These core concepts learning theory and social cognitive theory, integrated learning experience. To develop a way of promoting attributes a teacher moral comprising five stages four processes including, such as; exposure from, recognition in the third, the idea of the top learning and five realization include of four processes, namely; the intended, memory storage process, the actions, and the incentives of the motivation processes. The result forms have found that; the appropriateness and feasibility of the model scale indicated at high level ( = 4.18, S.D. = 0.65), the appropriateness of the form scale evidence of a high level of the model found its proper form. The average in the ( = 4.18, S.D. = 0.65) at a high level ( = 4.12, S.D. = 0.61), the assessing guide on the appropriateness of the guide scale showed as at the high level ( = 4.07, S.D. = 0.88), and the possibility of the manual guide responded of at a high level ( = 4.02, S.D. = 0.84).  

 

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promotion, model, attributes, teacher, morality, ethics, characteristics

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