THE STUDY OF LEARNING BEHAVIOR OF STUDENT WHO ATTENDED IN ACTIVE LEARNING TO DEVELOP THE LEARNING SKILLS IN 21st CENTURY

  • ดวงจันทร์ แก้วกงพาน General Science, Faculty of Science, Lampang Rajabhat University, Lampang 52100 Thailand
Keywords: Learning Behavior, Active Learning, 21st Century

Abstract

This research aimed to 1) study learning behavior of student who (received) attended the active learning activities that will develop the learning skills in 21st century, 2) study factor affected to learning skills if student received the active learning 3) study the learning skills in 21st century for student who received the learning activities and 4) study student’s satisfaction in active learning activities. Research samples were 46 students who were 3rd year students that enrolled the Science Communication course by purposive sampling. Research measurement were used 1) Learning activities plan in active learning, 2) Questionnaire about learning behavior, and 3) Interview schedule, 4) Opened-questionnaire, 5) Learning diary, 6) Observation form in learning skills in 21st century, and 7) Satisfaction questionnaire. The quantitative data were analyzed by descriptive statistic (Mean, Standard deviation) and Pearson’s coefficient correlation and the qualitative data was analyzed by content analysis. Result stated that

1) The learning of student from active learning for development of learning skills in 21st century were including in 5 parts; learning behavior part, self-esteem part, motivation of learning part, lecturer behavior part, and stress in learning part and the mean was 4.25 (0.42) at the rather high level.

2) Learning behavior in part of self-esteem and motivation of learning were associated significant at 0.001 and learning behavior of student, lecture behavior and stress in learning were associated significant at 0.005.

3) The active learning activities that will develop the learning skills in 21st century were communication skills, collaborative skills, and computing skills.

4) Student’s satisfaction about the development of learning skills in 21st century contained in 4 parts; being a teacher part, learning activities part, measure and assessment part, and learning support part, the mean was 4.51 (0.48) at the highest level.

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Published
2018-12-28
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แก้วกงพานด. (2018). THE STUDY OF LEARNING BEHAVIOR OF STUDENT WHO ATTENDED IN ACTIVE LEARNING TO DEVELOP THE LEARNING SKILLS IN 21st CENTURY. Journal of Industrial Education, 17(3), 118-127. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/171932
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