Current Situations, Desirable Situations and Guidelines for Developing Digital Technology Literacy under the Nakhon Phanom Primary Educational Service Area Office 1

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Nareekarn Thamman
Sumalee Sriputtarin
Jaruwan Kheawnamchum

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The purposes of this research were 1. to study the current situation and the desirable situation, 2. to study the needs, and 3. to develop technology skills for teachers of The Nakhon Phanom Primary Educational Service Area Office 1. It is research and development. The sample group was determined by comparing the tables of Krejcie and Morgan. The sample in the multi-stage sampling was 347 school teachers. There were 4 instruments used in this research: (1) a questionnaire about the current situations with the consistency index equal (IC); (2) a questionnaire about desirable situations with the consistency index equal (IC); (3) a structured interview form with the consistency index equal (IC); and (4) a suitability and possibility assessment form of guidelines with the consistency index equal (IC). The research found that 1) the current use of technology skills for teacher use is at a high level. The aspect with the highest average was using a media creation program. desirable condition of using technology skills for teachers overall at the highest level. The aspect with the highest average is online collaboration and using a media creation program. 2) Necessary Needs of using Digital Technology skills for teacher The highest average was the use of word processors. and 3) The development of using digital technology found that the suitability is at a high level and the possibility is at a medium level. The development approach uses many factors along with the development of skills and knowledge in the field of digital technology.

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