Development of Online Teaching-Learning Platform in Intermediate Accounting II Using Activity-Based Learning Management Technique for Bachelor of Accountancy Program Students

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Prangthip Soeykrathoke
Ladawan Suranarakul
Suriya Wachirawongpaisarn
Phongsak Phakamach

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The objectives of this research were: 1) to develop an online teaching-learning platform in Intermediate Accounting II using activity-based learning management technique for bachelor of Bachelor of Accountancy Program Students; 2) to assess the effectiveness of platform to the 80/80 gain; 3) to determine the index of effectiveness and academic achievement; and 4) to study the level of experts' opinions on learning with platform. The sample studied 19 bachelor of accountancy students at Thatphanom College, Nakhonphanom University, using cluster random sampling. The research instruments were: 1) an achievement test and 2) a system's quality assessment form by students. The statistics used to analyze the data were percentage, mean, standard deviation and t-test values.


The research results were as follows: an Intermediate Accounting II online teaching-learning platform using activity-based learning management technique, 80.89/84.26, which corresponds to the 80/80 benchmark and the effective values of .8094 or 80.94%. The student’s achievement score of the posttest was significantly higher than that of the pretest at the level of .05 and their opinions about the quality of platform were at a high level. The results of this study resulted in an effective Intermediate Accounting II online teaching-learning platform using activity-based learning management technique for bachelor of accountancy program students. Furthermore, it can be used in teaching and make students have better skills and development in learning Intermediate Accounting II.

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Soeykrathoke, P., Suranarakul, L., Wachirawongpaisarn, S., & Phakamach, P. (2022). Development of Online Teaching-Learning Platform in Intermediate Accounting II Using Activity-Based Learning Management Technique for Bachelor of Accountancy Program Students. Journal of Education and Innovative Learning, 2(2), 131–149. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jeil/article/view/256859
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