DEVELOPMENT FLIPPED CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGE WITH FLEXIBLE LEARNING TO PROMOTE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS FOR UNDERGRADUATE

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Thanet Wongnam
Tipparat Sittiwong
Sasithorn Namoungon

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The aim of this study: 1) to compare learning achievement of students using the flipped classroom instructional package with flexible learning to promote information and communication technology skills, 2) to evaluate the information and communication technology skills of the students learning from the flipped classroom instructional package with flexible learning, and 3) to study the satisfaction level of learners using the flipped classroom instructional package with flexible learning to promote information and communication technology skills. The samples used in this study were 50 undergraduate students of Naresuan University, enrolling in the the Computer Information Science course, during the third semester of 2016 academic year. They were assigned into eight groups by simple random sampling. Using the group as a unit in the one group. The following instruments were used in this study: 1) instructional package on Computer Information Science course, 2) a learning achievement test, 3) an evaluation form on ICT skills, and 4) an evaluation form on students' satisfaction with the flipped classroom instructional package with flexible learning to promote information and communication technology skills. The study revealed the following results: 1) the achievement of students in the Computer Information Science course, after learning was higher than before learning at 0.5 level of statistical significance, 2) the scores of ICT skills was at a high level, and 3) students were satisfied with the activities of Flipped Classroom instructional package with flexible learning to promote information and communication technology skills at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.29, S.D. = 0.32)

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Wongnam, T., Sittiwong, T., & Namoungon, S. (2019). DEVELOPMENT FLIPPED CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGE WITH FLEXIBLE LEARNING TO PROMOTE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS FOR UNDERGRADUATE. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 22(2), 98-112. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/176309
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