The Effects of Using a Program of Student’s Development Model for Students against from Covid-19 virus,Upper Primary School Level, A School in Khon Kaen Province

Authors

  • Thidaratana Lertwittayakul Faculty of Nursing, College of Asian Scholars
  • Sophit Namkham Faculty of Nursing, College of Asian Scholars
  • Saowaluk Seedakat Sirindhorn College of Public Health Khon kaen

Keywords:

Student Model, Upper Primary School, Student Development Program, Against the COVID-19

Abstract

Introduction: A program of student model development against the coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) contains:  knowledge related to the COVID-19 and prevention of the COVID-19 spreading, hand washing skill, wearing and removing masks correctly, and the attribute of model students against the COVID-19 to develop students as role models for friends and family to protect themselves from infection, and effectively reduce violence that impacts health, society, economy, and education.

Research objectives: The study aimed to investigate the effects of using a program of student model development against the COVID-19,  at upper primary school level in  a school in Khon Kaen Province.

Methods: This was a quasi-experimental study  Participants included 36 students in an upper primary school in Khon kaen Province.   The stratified, and simple random sampling methods were used.  

Instruments were program for developing student model against the COVID-19 (IOC=1.00), knowledge on the COVID-19 and prevention of  a spread of COVID-19 (p =.48, r =0.35), skill assessment form for hand washing, wearing and removing mask (IOC = 0.67-1.00, α = 0.87), and attribute assessment form against the COVID-19 (IOC=0.67-1.00, α=0.91). These instruments were shown to be reliable and valid. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics including mean, standard deviation, and paired samples T-test.

Results: The results indicated that student model against the COVID -19 reported: 1) At follow-up, knowledge level and prevention of the COVID-19 spreading (gif.latex?\dot{x}=14.78, S.D.=1.10) was significantly higher than at baseline (gif.latex?\dot{\bar{x}}=10.33, S.D.=1.43, p<0.05, t=-20.558); 2) At follow-up, skill level in wearing and removing the mask and washing hands properly was at the highest level (gif.latex?\bar{x}= 5.83, S.D.= 0.38); 3)  At follow-up,  attribute of students against the COVID-19  was at the highest level (gif.latex?\dot{x}= 34.00, S.D.=1.45)

Conclusions: The results of the study support that the program of student model development against the COVID-19 can effectively develop student model against the COVID-19.        

Implications:  Student development should be expanded to have characteristics that against the COVID-19.  It should cover all classrooms to gain knowledge, correctly practice based on the standard, and create the attribute to effectively prevent the COVID-19 spreading.

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Published

2022-08-01

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Lertwittayakul T, Namkham S, Seedakat S. The Effects of Using a Program of Student’s Development Model for Students against from Covid-19 virus,Upper Primary School Level, A School in Khon Kaen Province. JHNR [Internet]. 2022 Aug. 1 [cited 2023 Jan. 28];38(2):150-61. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bcnbangkok/article/view/251149

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