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A Multiple Intelligences Development of Primary Students by Supporting Teachers and Students’ Ability

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Objective to study the multiple intelligences of primary school students before and after promoting teachers and students’ ability. Project 1, trial group was teachers at grade level 4–6 of Samut Songkram Province by cluster sampling of 2 academic office area 15 schools each, 3 students of each school in total of 300 students. Control group of this study was 300 students by selective sampling from the same school of the trial group which were in class of teachers who were not trained empowerment learning management by brain base found performance evaluation level of the course at the maximum level, the empowerment comparison of the primary school teachers by brain base before and after the empowerment process (CBT), t value equals 58.01 posttest scores higher than the previous level with statistical significance at .05, the empowerment comparison of the primary school teachers by brain base of the control and defective groups, t value equals 47.98, the posttest score of the trial group was higher than the control group with statistical significant at .05 level. Finding the effectiveness of lessons on website as criteria was 83.57/84.12, achievement comparison before and after online lesson using integrated interdisciplinary learning for Primary School students, t value equals 47.01, posttest scores was higher than the previous level with statistical significance at .05 level and the achievement comparison of the trial and selective groups, t value was 27.98, the posttest score of the trial group was higher than the control group with statistical significant at level .05.
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Keywords: Ability; Multiple Intelligences; Primary Students; Teachers

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Faculty of Education, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 1 U-Thong Nok Wachira Dusit, Bangkok, Thailand

Publication date: July 1, 2018

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