Main Article Content
The purpose of this research were: 1) to create and study the quality of augmented reality media, 2) to study the learning achievement of the students, and 3) to evaluate the satisfaction of the students. The 26 samples were purposive sampling from Pratomsuksa fourth students in Thesabal Wad Thay Tlad School. The implementation was 12 periods. The research instruments were 1) augmented reality media about the solar system, 2) six lesson plan, 3) Achievement test, and 4) satisfaction about augmented reality media evaluation form. They were validated by using the Item Objective Congruence which yielded a value of 0.93, 0.98, 0.88, and 0.93 respectively. Data were analyzed using descriptive, statistics E1/E2 and pair sample t – test. The results of study were as follows: 1) Regarding the quality of augmented reality media lesson in science on the topic solar system which had an efficiency 82.40/80.00, which was corresponding with the 80/80 provided criterion. 2) Learning achievement posttest score of students who were taught by the augmented reality media about solar system was higher than pretest at the .05 level of significance. 3) For the samples who use the augmented reality, the overall evaluation of the students’ satisfaction level on the augmented reality was at the highest level (= 4.79, SD = 0.43).
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
The owner of the article does not copy or violate any of its copyright. If any copyright infringement occurs or prosecution, in any case, the Editorial Board is not involved in all the rights to the owner of the article to be performed.
Kaewphong, W., Sengsri, S., Wachirasukmongkol, B., & Bungbua, W. (2016). The development of e-field trips media on the topic of Sukhothai history: A learning resource for grade 4 students. Journal of Education Naresuan University, 18(4), 294-307. [in Thai]
Leaudnakrob, N., Sengsri, S., & Poltana, P. (2017). ICT: Information Technology Supported Transformative learning. Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Uttaradit Journal, 9(1), 70-80. [in Thai]
Meesuwan, W. (2015). Development of augmented reality media with Processing Software and OpenSpace3D. Bangkok: The Chulalongkorn University Press. [in Thai]
Ministry of Education. (2017). National Education Act 2010. Retrieved from http://www.moe.go.th/moe/nipa/ed_law/p.r.g.edu38.pdf [in Thai]
Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board. (2016). The 12th National Economic and Social Development Plan (B.E. 2560 - 2564). Bangkok: The Office of the Prime Minister. [in Thai]
Phucin, R., & Umkrai, J. (2016). Development of computer assisted instructional lesson with 3D virtualization technique in science for Prathomsuksa 4 students: A case study of Nakhon Pathom kindergarten. The 2nd National Conference on Technology and Innovation Management (NCTIM 2016) (pp. 256-261). Maha Sarakham: Rajabhat Maha Sarakham University. [in Thai]
Tunyajarean, J. (2014). Development of augmented reality picture book on Thaistandard Dancing via iPad for Prathomsuksa 6 students. Sripatum Chonburi Journal, 13(2), 145-152. [in Thai]
Woraard, K., & Srifa, P. (2016). Development of augmented reality supplementary book on Singapore via iPad for Mathayomsuksa 1 students. Sripatum Chonburi Journal, 12(3), 101-109. [in Thai]
Steve, Y., Gallayanee, Y., & Erik, J. (2011). Augmented reality: An overview and five directions for AR in education. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE), 4(1), 119-140. DOI: 10.18785/jetde.0401.10