Development of Instructional Model on Multiculturalism using Ethnographic Approach to Promote Cross – Cultural Competencies

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ธีรศักดิ์ สุขสันติกมล (Teerasak Sukhsantikamol)
อรพิณ ศิริสัมพันธ์ (Orapin Sirisamphan)

Abstract

This research aimed to: 1) develop of learning model in multiculturalism by ethnographic approach to promote cross-cultural competencies and 2) examine effectiveness of the model. The research result were as follows:


  1. The instructional model of learning model in multiculturalism by ethnographic approach to promote cross-cultural competencies was called “Ethnographical Learning Model” there were 4 elements; 1)the principle, 2) the objective, 3) the instructional management 7 steps. It consisted of Learning Ethnographical Approach, Selecting Ethnic Community, Establishing Community Relationship, Cross-cultural Learning, Processing Knowledge Learned, Presenting Cross-cultural Learning outcomes, and Reflecting Cross-cultural Thought and 4) the condition for implementation.

          2. The effectiveness of instructional model of learning model in multiculturalism by ethnographic including 1) learning achievement of students after the implementation of the model was significantly different at the level of 0.5. 2) the developed of Cross-Cultural Competencies base on skills of students, there was a level implementation at low, medium, medium and high, respectively and 3) the developed of Cross-Cultural Competencies base on attitude of students, there was a level implementation at high.

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