Rethinking Active Learning Program for Primary English Teachers

Prasart Nuangchalerm, Nippita Kulachit

Abstract


From the importance of English and the problems of learning management, learning the effectiveness of active learning, and needs of primary English teachers. The research employed evaluative research to response the active learning program for primary English teachers intended outcomes. Data were collected by setting a connoisseurship technique. Seven experts are appointed and read carefully a tentative program for primary English teachers. The connoisseurship technique allowed all experts share their experiences and ideas to promote active learning in freely. Video recording and note taking were recorded during the validation activity. Active learning program for primary English teachers is approved before implementation in different school contexts. The uncertainty situations, COVID-19 pandemic may be affected to schooling, teachers have to redesign lesson.  The implementation though active online learning is needed to discuss.

Keywords


active learning; curriculum; English teacher; primary teacher

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