The Study of Outcomes of Using Project-Based Learning with Student Teams-Achievement Divisions (STAD) Learning Activities

Main Article Content

Chompunoot Duangjan


The problems of the course in terms of quality management and productivity improvement revealed that students' attentions were less and they were bored because the teacher mainly focused on lecturing and case studies. Thus, the aim of this study was on the results through project-based learning together with Student Teams-Achievement Divisions (STAD) learning activities having an effect on students' learning as well as their satisfaction. The sampling group was 19 students enrolling in the “Quality Management and Product Improvement” class whereas the research instrument consisted of: (1) a learning plan based on the Project-based learning with STAD learning activities; (2) an assessment test on learning achievement; and (3) a questionnaire on satisfaction. The data analytical statistics included mean, standard deviation, t-test, one-way ANOVA, and one-way ANCOVA. The findings reveal the following:
1. The students’ learning achievement, after attending the project-based learning with STAD learning activities, is higher than the pretest at a significant level of 0.05
2. The students were satisfied learning by the project-based learning with STAD learning activities at a high level.
3. After students with different learning after being taught by the project-based learning with STAD learning activities gained learning achievement and to study students’ satisfaction were not a significant difference at a significant level of 0.05


Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

How to Cite
Duangjan, C. (2022). The Study of Outcomes of Using Project-Based Learning with Student Teams-Achievement Divisions (STAD) Learning Activities. Journal of Education and Innovative Learning, 2(2), 151–165. Retrieved from
Research Articles


Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University. (2015). Project-based learning part 1. Retrieved from [in Thai]

Dechhome, P. (2018). Guidelines for efficiency development of project based learning (PBL) for administration and quality assurance in education subject. Rajabhat Rambhai Barni Research Journal, 12(1), 68-78. [in Thai]

Funfuengfu, V. (2019). The success of active learning management. Valaya Alongkorn Review, 9(1), 135-145. [in Thai]

Kaewsombat, S., Thongchan, P., & Palajit, S. (2020). Development of learning activity packages of food processing using project based learning and co-operative learning to influence practical skills, creative thinking, and learning achievement of seventh grade students. Journal of Roi Et Rajabhat University, 14(2), 114-125. [in Thai]

Kesama, P. (2003). Management best practice, survival, sustainability: QCC, a magical tool for developing personnel in a learning organization, Management Best Practices, 4, 42-51. [in Thai]

Khianpanya, C. (2018). Student Teams Achievement Divisions (STAD) learning management for improvement of learning achievement of career and technology subject for Mattayomseuksa 2 level, Nonphosriwittayakom School. Journal of Information Technology Management and Innovation, 5(2), 127-136. [in Thai]

Liangpanit, S. (2014). A study of teaching method through knowledge management process in the project management course for students majoring in computer science. Srinakharinwirot Research and Development (Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences), 6(11), 175-185. [in Thai]

Rodwirat, H., Panprueksa, K., & Chaiprasert, P. (2018). The effect of 7E learning cycle with STAD technique on learning achievement, analytical thinking, and attitude towards chemistry of grade 10 students. Journal of Education Naresuan University, 20(3), 238-250. [in Thai]

Srichailard, P., & Tiantong, M. (2019). A conceptual framework of blended learning by project-based learning with STAD learning activities. Journal of industrial education, 18(1), 189-198. [in Thai]

Srimukda, C., Klangprapan, M., & Palajit, S. (2015) Effects of the learning application using project-based approach in conjunction with the STAD cooperative learning of mathematical affecting achievements, problem solving abilities and learning satisfaction of Prathomsuksa 6 students. Journal of Graduate School Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University, 12(59), 31-40. [in Thai]