Assessment of the Graduate Diploma in Teaching Profession Curriculum at St. Theresa International College, Nakhon Nayok, Thailand
Keywords:Course evaluation, Graduate Diploma in Professional Teaching
Research objectives were to 1) assess the Graduate Diploma in Teaching Profession Curriculum at St. Theresa International College, Nakhon Nayok, Thailand in 4 aspects: context, input factors, operational processes, and products; and 2) compare the respondents of assessment classified by gender, age, status. The sample group consisted of 85 administrators, faculty, and students. The instrument used for data collection was a five rating scale questionnaire. The statistics used for data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent t-test, and one-way ANOVA. The research results were as follows; 1). In overall aspect curriculum was assessed at high level (Mean = 4.32, S.D. = .07); when considered in each aspect, context of curriculum aspect was at high level (Mean= 4.21, SD = .18), input factors aspect was at high level (Mean = 4.32, SD = .14), operational processes aspect was at high level (Mean = 4.32, SD = .10), while products from curriculum aspect was at the highest level (Mean = 4.52, SD = .18) 2) When compare the assessments among respondents classified by gender, age and status, there were no significant statistically different. That shows the congruence evaluation results are in the same direction.
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