Developing Life Skill Development Program for the 4th Year Students of Music of Education Program, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Thepsatri Rajabhat University

Songsri Toonthong


The purpose of this study were to 1) study the effectiveness of the life skill development program for the 4th year students of Music of Education Program, Thepsatri Rajabhat University, 2) compare the students’ life skills before and after implementing the program, and 3) study the students’ satisfaction on the life skill development program. The samples comprised 36 fourth year students majoring in Music of education enrolled in the 1st semester of academic year 2015. The research instruments were a program for developing life skills, a test of life skills, and a questionnaire on the students’ satisfaction. Percentage, mean, and standard deviation were applied for data analysis. The findings revealed that 1) according the experts’ examination, the program used for promoting life skills was effective, reasonable, and possible for using to develop life skills, 2) the students’ life skills after the program implementation were higher than before, and 3) the students’ satisfaction on the life skill program was at a high level.
Keywords: Life skills, life skill development, development program

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