Results Strategic research on the 21st century of the students




 4. Results
Strategic research on the 21st century of the students in schools under the Office of the Basic Education
Commission can be summarized as follows:
I) Components and indicators of the 21st century of the students in schools under the Office of the Basic
Education Commission consisted of 3 main components, 11 sub-components, 85 indicators are as follows
a) Learning and innovation skills consisted of 3 sub-components which are 1) creativity and technology with 9
indicators 2) critical thinking and problem solving with 6 indicators 3)


 communication and collaboration
with 4 indicators.
b) Life and career skills consisted of 5 sub-components which are 1) flexibility and adaptation with 6
indicators 2) creativity and self-determination with 9 indicators 3) social and cross cultural skills with 6
indicators. 4) Being a builder or producer with 9 indicators. 5) Leadership and responsibility with 8
indicators.
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c) Information technology, media, technology skills with 3 sub-components, including 1) Information
technology with 12 indicators 2) Media with 9 indicators 3) Media has 7 indicators.
II) Current conditions of learning skills in the 21st century of the students in schools under the Office of the
Basic Education Commission, in overall and each aspect are at a medium level with the priority of learning and
innovation skills(๐‘‹เดค =3.02), life and skills (๐‘‹เดค =2.88), information skills in media, technology (๐‘‹เดค =2.84)
respectively. Desirable conditions in overall and each aspect are at a high level with the priority of learning and
innovation skills (๐‘‹เดค =3.97), life and skills (๐‘‹เดค =3.92),


 information skills in media, technology (๐‘‹เดค =3.92)
respectively. The priority needs for developing skills in are life and career skills, learning and innovation skills,
information, media, technology skills respectively.
III) Strategies for the 21st century of the students in schools under the Office of the Basic Education
Commission consisted of:
The 1st Strategy: Speed up the development of life and career skills to keep up with the changes.
Goal 1.1 Students are flexible and adaptable to life and career skills.
Measurement:
1) Accelerate activities for students to adapt to various roles and duties, including change schedule and
context.
2) Accelerate activities for students to practice work to be effective according to the real situation that changes
all the time and use the results to be effective.
3) Accelerate activities that promote understanding negotiating and balancing different perspectives and
beliefs to accomplish tasks especially in a multi-cultural environment.


 4) Accelerate activities that promote positive management with compliments, criticism, and mistakes.
Successful indicators:
1) Percentage of learners which adapted to roles and responsibilities that have changed appropriately.
2) Percentage of learners who have been trained to work successfully and efficiently.
3) Percentage of learners with effective results utilization.
4) Percentage of learners who can understand negotiating and balancing different perspectives and beliefs to
accomplish tasks in a multicultural environment.
5) The percentage of learners can manage positively with compliments, criticism and mistakes appropriately.
Goal 1.2 Students are able to think creatively and be themselves.
Measurement:
1) Accelerate activities that promote the ability of learners to deal with various problems in their current
society and prepare for adjustment in the future.


 2) Accelerate activities that promote the learning of skills in their work and looking for opportunities to learn
new things to expand his expertise.
3) Accelerate activities that encourage students to practice in setting goals, assigning tasks, prioritizing work
and can complete the work by oneself.
Successful indicators:
1) Percentage of students who are able to deal with various problems in their current society and prepare for
adjustment in the future.
2) Percentage of learners who can learn skills in their works and look for opportunities to learn new things to
expand one’s own expertise.
3) Percentage of learners who can set work goals, specify tasks, arrange the secrets of the tasks that will be
done appropriately.
4) Percentage of learners who have successfully achieved the target.
Goal 1.3 Students possess social and cross-cultural skills.
Measurement:
1) Accelerate activities for students to practice in situations that need to respect cultural differences and work
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effectively with people of different social and cultural backgrounds.
2) Accelerate activities that encourage learners to respond generously to different opinions and values.
Successful indicators:
1) Percentage of learners who participate in activities to practice and behave appropriately.
2) Percentage of learners participating in activities and able to respond appropriately to different opinions and
values.
Goal 1.4 Learners participate in creating builders or producers.
Measurement:
1) Accelerate activities to encourage learners to actively participate in various work with responsibility,
reliability and punctual.
2) Accelerate activities to promote the ability of learners to manage time and projects efficiently.
Successful indicators:
1) Percentage of learners actively participating in various works.
2) Percentage of responsible, reliable and punctual learners.
3) Percentage of learners who are able to manage time and projects efficiently.


 Strategy 2: Continuously support and develop learning and innovation skills
Goal 2.1 Students are creative and innovative.
Measurement:
1) Organize learning activities that promote creative practices with others. Brainstorm for various ideas.
Thinking processes derived from many activities. Create and communicate new ideas effectively.
2) Organize learning activities that promote the creation of ideas that are both complementary ideas from the
original and new advanced ideas for students to analyze and assess their ideas to improve and develop more
creative learning management innovations.
3) Organize activities that bring innovation to initiate the application of ideas to benefit the work that creates
new innovations.
4) Promote learning innovations creativity that are appropriate for the learners, planning, designing and
developing innovations that are modern and suitable for the learners.

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