A STUDY OF STUDENT SATISFACTION TOWARDS CLASSROOM SUPERVISION OF TEACHING ASSISTANTS (TA) IN GENERAL EDUCATION

  • Sasinan Prajongjai Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok
  • Pleumjai Sinarkorn Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok
  • Sarayuth Mahawaleerat Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to study the level of student satisfaction towards classroom supervision of teaching assistants (TA) in General Education and to use the study results as a guideline to improve the process for supervising the teaching assistant classroom of the Office of General Education and Innovative Electronic Learning to be more effective. The sample group used in this study was 200 students which are 40 students of 5 classes of each year from 8 departments (6 faculties and 2 colleges). Data collection by questionnaires and statistics used for data analysis were percentage and average value. The results showed that most of the students were satisfied with the overall teaching supervision (TA) in a high level ( =4.30) with satisfaction levels in each area as follows; place was clean and suiTABLE. Is at a high level ( =4.28), availability of audiovisual equipment was at a high level ( =4.35), with fast communication / public relations was at a high level ( =4.04), with various and appropriate public relations channels was at a high level ( =4.22), information is accurate and useful was at a high level ( =4.08), media / documents are neat and interesting was at a high level ( =4.36), services of the teaching assistants was at a high level ( =4.39), coordination of teaching assistants was at a high level ( =4.50), facilitation of teaching assistants was at a high level ( =4.30), and giving advice or answering questions from the teaching assistants was at a high level ( =4.47).

Published
2020-02-15
How to Cite
Prajongjai, S., Sinarkorn, P., & Mahawaleerat, S. (2020). A STUDY OF STUDENT SATISFACTION TOWARDS CLASSROOM SUPERVISION OF TEACHING ASSISTANTS (TA) IN GENERAL EDUCATION . Actual Economy: Local Solutions for Global Challenges, 172-177. Retrieved from https://conferaces.com/index.php/journal/article/view/191