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The purpose of this research were; 1) to synthesize and find quality a google classroom application to supported teaching and learning in the 21st century model, 2) to develop and find quality a learning system based on a synthesized learning model, 3) to find the efficiency of learning system, 4) to find the learning achievement of learners with the learning system, and 5) to study learner’s satisfaction with the learning System. The samples used in the study were students from the institute of Physical Education in Phetchabun Campus by purposive sampling comprised of 29 students. Research tools included; 1) questionnaire on learning model, 2) questionnaire on learning system, 3) achievement test and 5) questionnaire of learner’s satisfaction on using learning system. The research found that; 1) The CR2ICT model consists of 5 modules; google classroom module, google drive module, resource module, assignment module and evaluation module; the appropriateness of the CR2ICT model overall in "most", ( = 4.67, S.D. = 0.48), 2) the CR2ICT system; appropriateness of the CR2ICT system overall in "most", ( = 4.78, S.D.=0.42), 3) the effective learning of the CR2ICT System is 82.09/81.13, 4) the learning achievement of learners after learning with CR2ICT system was significantly higher than before learning at the .01 level, and 5) the learner’s satisfaction of the CR2ICT system overall in "most", ( = 4.58, S.D. = 0.62).
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