Active Learning and Suitable Size of Class in Thailand


Active Learning and Suitable Size of Class in Thailand

Cite this article as: Arunrangsiwed, P. (2020). Active Learning and Suitable Size of Class in Thailand. Retrieved from https://sw-eden.net/2020/04/08/active-learning-size-class-thailand

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I teach two English courses in this semester, and four groups of students. The equipments and machines in the rooms are pretty good. The computers could be run very well and have no virus. The projector could work fine. The number of students and number of desks in the room are reasonably matched. The students in this class are also responsible at exchanging the key-card. I do not have to wait for them in front of the classroom. In fact the keycard exchanging had been my problem in previous semesters, because those students are irresponsible at doing it.

I also appreciate the number of students in this semester. Before now, I got about 50 to 60 students in one English class, but here, I got about 20 to 30 students in each class. I think this size of class is effective. The too-small class would not be effective, because I will not be able to run active-learning activities so well. I am writing this report for someone to read and keep this suitable or appropriate arrangement for the upcoming semesters.

All Rights Reserved by Proud Arunrangsiwed, 2020

class students online learning COVID-19 crisis examination Thailand

class students online learning COVID-19 crisis examination Thailand

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