The Development of Practical Learning Management System Combined with Problem-Based Learning on the Topic of Educational and Technology Innovation Management for Graduate Students

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Darunee Panjarattanakorn
Phongsak Phakamach
Prapatpong Senarith
Somsak Dolprasit
Chaiyong Brahmawong
Suriya Wachirawongpaisarn

Abstract

The objectives of this research were to: 1) develop a prototype of a practical learning management system combined with problem-based learning on the topic of educational and technology innovation management for graduate level and 2) the results of using a model of a practical learning management system combined with problem-based learning on the topic of educational and technology innovation management for graduate level. The sample group consisted of 58 graduate studies in the Master of Education program, Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin in year 2022 using the classroom as a random unit. There are four steps: 1) user requirement analysis; 2) system design and development; 3) usability testing and evaluation; and 4) system performance improvement. The quantitative data were analyzed using mean and standard deviation. The qualitative data were analyzed using content analysis. The results were: 1) a practical learning management system combined with problem-based learning on the topic of educational and technology innovation management for graduate level was developed with efficiency 81.78/83.24, consistent with the 80/80 criterion. The results of the quality evaluation by experts are at a high level and the student’ were satisfied with the use of the system at a high level as well. 2) the structure of this education platform consisted of a content web site, lecturer and students database, knowledge evaluation model, knowledge memorandum, web board, knowledge asset, document download, problems and case studies, and gallery. The system will enhance students’ skill related to innovation and educational technology.

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Panjarattanakorn, D., Phakamach, P., Senarith, P., Dolprasit, S., Brahmawong, C., & Wachirawongpaisarn, S. (2022). The Development of Practical Learning Management System Combined with Problem-Based Learning on the Topic of Educational and Technology Innovation Management for Graduate Students. Journal of Education and Innovative Learning, 2(2), 167–188. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jeil/article/view/258479
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