The Effect Of Blended Learning On The Innovation And Information Technology In Education

Wilaiwan Wongjinda, Suwilmol Pibool


The objectives of the study were (1) to develop an online learning on innovation and information technology in Education, (2) to compare learners’ learning achievement in both and experimental group and a control group, and, (3) to evaluate the students’ satisfaction towards who studied through the blended learning. The research samples were purposively selected from 30 undergraduate students at the Faculty of Industrial Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi, who enrolled in this course in first semester of academic year 2017. The samples divided into two groups by simple random sampling: the control group of 15 students studied with the conventional teaching method while the experimental group of 15 students studied with the blended learning. The data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and t-test. The result revealed that (1) the efficiency of the online learning on innovation and information technology in Education, was 83.30/80.20, which met the prescribed criterion 80/80 level. (2) The learning achievement of students who studied with the blended learning method was higher than the students studied with the tradition method at the statistically significant level of .05. (3) The students' satisfaction toward learning with the blended learning method was at a highest level.

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