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The objectives of this research were 1) to develop the instructional model for robotic control programming using Team-Games-Tournament (TGT), 2) to compare learning achievement before and after learning using TGT, and 3) to study the students’ satisfaction towards the instructional model. In this study, the researcher developed the instructional model, evaluated the model by experts and tested with 22 samples who were students of Computer Majored at Naresuan University, selected by purposive sampling method. For data analysis, t-test dependent sample was employed to delineate and compare the pre-learning and post-learning achievement. The result of this research revealed that; 1) the model of instructional for robotic control programming using TGT consisted of six steps, as follows: gaining attention, instructional model, conducting learning activities, preparing for the competition, conducting competition and summarizing and evaluating phase, 2) in the comparison of learning achievement before and after learning of the samples, the results showed that post-learning scores of the samples were higher than pre-learning’s at .01 level of significance, and 3) the samples agreed that the instructional model for robotics control programing using TGT was in high level of satisfaction.
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