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The Efficiency of Teaching meditation Practice etc.
Researcher : Asst. Prof. Bancha Champarak ,Phramaha Champun papagaro & Phramaha Jinarak Vutitammo date : 06/11/2013
Degree : พุทธศาสตรมหาบัณฑิต(การบริหารจัดการคณะสงฆ์)
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Abstract

Research  Title:   The  Efficiency of Teaching meditation Practice according to the  Evaluation
                               of the Students of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Ubonratchathani Campus


ABSTRACT

 

This research is qualitative  research  and  quantitative  researches.  It aims at  studying  and  comparing the  efficiency  of  teaching  Meditation  Pracitice according to the evaluation of the students of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Ubonratchathani Campus  classified by the fields and the  years  of  study. 

                   For qualitative research, the research tools were  observation and  interview  schedule.   In observation of  the  teaching,  a lecturer  was observed for three  times with the drill–strands  process,  and  the  data  obtained  from  each  observation  were  analyzed and the   comparison of the results was made.

It  was  found  that  most  of   the  lecturers  have  Master  degree, and few of them have Ph.D. degree.   It  can be said  that  the  qualifications  of  lecturers  are  very  good, and it was also found that most of the lecturers used  to  be  trained in  meditation Practice teaching from Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University and they teach efficientty. 

For  teaching  handbook  and  teaching  plan,  it  was  found  that  they  are in very good and  satisfactory  level, but lacks academic writing.

For  teaching media,  technology,  teaching equipments,  over  head  projectors and  power  point,  it  was  found  that  they  are  in  little  and  unsatisfactory  level.  The  teachers  are  ineffective.  They  should  be  developed  and  improved  in this field.

Teaching meditation was found to be in  very  good  level.  The  teachers  are  effective in this regard and it was found that most  of  the  lecturers  used the  subjective  questions   in examination while a few of them used  the  objective  questions.

For the quantitative research, the samples were 361 students of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Ubonratchathani  campus.   The  research  tool  was    the  constructed questionnaires  of  five  rating  scales.  The  statistics  for  analysis  of data were  frequency,  percentage, standard deviation, t- test  and  one-way analysis of  Variance.  The  results  of  research  can  be  summarized  as  follows:

1.  More  than 80  percent of  the  students  are  monks  and  20 percent  are  novices,   and  95.2  percent of  them major  in philosophy  and  religion,  83.2  percent of  them  major  in  Curriculum  and Teaching, and 82.7 percent   major in Political  Science.

2.  For the teaching  Efficiency of  the  lecturers,  it  was  found  that  82.1 percent  of the first  year  students  indicated the efficiency of lecturers in high level, 58.6  percents of the second year students indicated the efficiency in little level  69.9  percents  of  The  third  year  students  indicated the efficiency  in  the  middle  level,  and 81.3  percents of  the  fourth  year  students indicated the efficiency  in  the much  level.

                  

                 It  is  summarized  that  the  comparison  of  teaching  sufficiency  for  each  major  subject  and  each  year  of  study  is   not  significantly different.

 

 
 
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