Curriculum Development to Support Climate Change for Schools at Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima District, Thailand


Authors : Suwimon Tungprasert; Banjob Boonchan; Wanida Naretorn

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 3 - March

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The objectives of this study are to study the basics of climate change in schools in Nakhon Ratchasima city, develop and evaluate educational curriculum. It is a mixed research method. Phase 1 was quantitative research, the sample consisted of 261 school administrators and teachers. The instrument was a questionnaire. Data was analyzed by finding the mean and standard deviation. Phase 2 is qualitative research, educational curriculum development. Phase 3 is qualitative research, curriculum assessed by a group discussion of 7 experts. The results show that 1) teachers' need for climate change for the incidence of COVID2019 in knowledge and skills were PNI = 0.12 while attitudes were PNI = 0.11, 2) The development of the educational curriculum consists of 5 components: 2.1) Principle and rationale, 2.2) Objectives, 2.3) Content; Unit 1 Knowledge of Coronavirus Disease – 2019; Unit 2 Corona Infectious Disease Prevention and Surveillance – 2019; Unit 3 Learning in the Post-Coronavirus World – 2019, 4) Learning Management, and 5) Measurement and Evaluation. 3) Results of curriculum evaluation showed the highest values were in appropriateness, feasibility, and usefulness. Suggestion for policy implications is that schools should take measures to take care of the community in the service area.

Keywords : Curriculum on Education, Priority Needs Index, Incidence of COVID-2019

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