การพัฒนาโปรแกรมการฝึกอบรมตามแนวคิดการเรียนรู้เชิงประสบการณ์ เพื่อเสริมสร้างการเรียนรู้ทางอารมณ์ และสังคมสําหรับนักเรียนมัธยมศึกษาตอนต้น
The purposes of this research were 1) to develop the training program based on experiential learning approach to enhance social and emotional learning for secondary school studentsand 2) to study the results of training program based on experiential learning approach to enhance social and emotional learning for secondary school students. The sample group consisted of 32Matthayomsuksa II students from Chumchonwatcholae school, Chiang Mai.The research instruments were: the training program based on experiential learning and the social and emotional learningscale. The data were analyzed by average, standard deviation, and One-way repeated measure ANOVA The results of this research revealed that the training program based on experiential learning approach to enhance social and emotional learningfor secondary school students consisted of 14 activitiesand the propriety of the training program, overall, was the high level of propriety ( =4.48, S.D.=0.16). The students who participated in the training programhad a
statistically significant difference at the .05 level between the post-test and pre-test scores of social and emotional learning and no differencesbetweenthe follow-up and post-test scores of social and emotional learning.
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