The Flipped Classroom Learning using facebook approach on academic achievement in Information Technology for Education course of undergraduate students

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Supansa Noinakorn
Chainarong Khunpanuk

Abstract

 


            The purpose of this research is to 1) compare the achievement of students before and after by The Flipped Classroom Learning using facebook approach on academic achievement in  Information Technology for Education course of undergraduate students. 2) the satisfaction with the curriculum. Back to the Flipped ClassroomLearning using facebook approach on academic achievement in  Information Technology for 


Education course of undergraduate students. The samples were undergraduates. Early childhood  Faculty of Education in Pitchayabundit College Registration Course Technology ED212. To study the 2nd semester of the academic year 2018, 24 people have come from choosing specific (Purposive Selection) used in this study were 1) lesson plans and tools, 2) pretest-posttest  academic achievement, 3) satisfaction evaluation form and 4) Facebook. 


            The results showed that


 1.The achievement of students after learning with The Flipped Classroom Learning using facebook approach on academic achievement in  Information Technology for Education course of  undergraduate students was higher than before learning at the .01 level of significance


  1. The students were satisfied with The Flipped Classroom Learning using facebook approach on academic achievement in Information Technology for Education course of  undergraduate students at a highest level. (x̅ = 3.96, S.D. = .26).

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