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Details of

Criteria for Assessment and Evaluation of Teachers’ Qualifications

Required for Teacher Profession

Teachers' Qualifications Assessment for Teacher License

1. Principle

It is stipulated that the Teachers' Council be responsible for professional knowledge and
experience including professional expertise (Section 9 (8).)As to Teachers' Council and
Educational Personnel Act B.E. 2546, teacher is a controlled profession. One who is a teacher
having been granted the License must behave in consistent with Professional Standards and
Ethics imposed by the Teachers' Council (Section 48.) Professional standards include
professional academic standards and experiences, and require that a teacher must possess at
least a bachelor's degree in education or equivalent, or other qualifications verified by the
Teachers' Council. The 9 professional academic standards are required as follows:

(1) Language and Technology for Teachers

(2) Curriculum Development
(3) Learning Management
(4) Psychology for Teachers
(5) Assessment and Evaluation
(6) Classroom Management
(7) Educational Research
(8) Education Innovation and Information and Communication Technology
(9) Professionalship of Teachers

2. Objective

The objective is to enable one seeking for Teacher License to be qualified as to the knowledge
standards imposed.

3. Course Outline
The academic subjects are as to the Teachers' Council's professional standards from where the
exam paper has been drawn by the Teachers' Council as follows:

3.1 Language and Technology for Teachers

- Thai Language for Teachers
- English Teachers, or
- Other Languages for Teachers
- Information and Communication Technology for Teachers

3.2 Curriculum Development

- Philosophy, Ideas and Theories in Education
- History and System of Thai Education
- Vision and Development Plan for Thai Education
- Curriculum Theory
- Curriculum Development
- Curriculum Standards and Curriculum-Key Stages Standards
- School Curriculum Development
- Problems and Movement in Curriculum Development
3.3 Learning Management
- Learning and Teaching Approaches
- Learning Models and Learning & Teaching Development
- Learning Experience Design and Management
- Academic Subject Groups' Substance Integration
- Integrated Learning
- Learning Techniques and Science of Learning Management
- Material Implication & Creation and Learning Innovation Development

3.4 Psychology for Teachers

- Fundamental Psychological Perspective on Anthropological Development
- Educational Psychology
- Counseling Psychology
- Counseling Support

3.5 Academic Assessment and Evaluation

- Principle and Techniques of Academic Assessment and Evaluation
- Creation and Implication of Academic Assessment Tools and Evaluation
- Realistic Condition-Based Assessment
- Portfolio-Based Assessment
- Practice-Based Assessment
- Particulars and Overall Assessment

3.6 Classroom Management

- Theory and Principle of Management
- Educational Leadership
- Systematic Thinking
- Organisational Culture
- Organisational Relationship
- Organisational Communication
- Classroom Management
- Education Quality Assurance
- Team Work
- Academic Project Initiation
- Occupational Project Initiation
- Developmental Project and Activity Initiation
- Information and Communication Technology for Management
- Education for Community Development

3.7 Educational Research

- Research Theory
- Research Methodology
- Research Design
- Research Process
- Statistics for Research
- Classroom Research
- Research Practice
- Research Presentation
- Research Project for Leaning Process Development
- The Implication of Research Process in Problem Solving
- Research Proposal

3.8 Educational Innovation and Information and Communication Technology

- Ideas, Theory, Technology and Educational Innovation Supporting the Development Learning
- Information and Communication Technology
- Analysis of Problems Related to Information and Communication Technology Implication
- Learning Sources and Networks
- Innovation Design, Creation, Implication, Evaluation and Improvement
- The Importance of Teacher Profession

3.9 Professionalship of Teachers

- Roles, Duties and Responsibilities of Teachers
- Teacher Profession Development
- Promotion of Professionalship of Teachers' Potentiality and Capability
- Being a Learning and Academic Leading Entity
- Standard Criteria for Teacher Profession
- Ethics of Teacher Profession
- Education Laws

4. Exam Paper Characteristics cover the 9 professional academic standards as follows:

Paper 1 - Language and Technology for Teachers

- Educational Innovation and Information and Communication Technology

Paper 2 - Curriculum Development

- Learning Management
- Classroom Management

Paper 3 - Academic Assessment and Evaluation

- Educational Research

Paper 4 - Psychology for Teachers

- Professionalship of Teachers

5. Assessment and Evaluation To be able to pass minimum average of 50%