RESULTS OF LEARNING ACTIVITES WITH EXERCISE LESSONS ALONG WITH GIVING FEEDBACKS THAT AFFECT MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT ON EXPONENTS OF MATTHAYOMSULSA 1 STUDENTS

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Urai Sirum
Nipon Fauiboon

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This research investigated and made the comparison of the learning achievements and studied the students' satisfaction after receiving Mathematics learning activities on exponents by exercise lessons and giving feedback. The research participants were 37 students from Mathayomsuksa 1: section 8 of the Demonstration School of Ramkhamhaeng University (Secondary level) selected using the cluster sampling technique. The research instruments were as follows 1) Five learning plans with sets of exercise lessons, which were modified according to the opinions of three experts, checked the Index of Item-Objective Congruence (IOC), 2) Mathematics achievement test on exponents, multiple-choice, four options, 30 items. The index of discrimination was between 0.20 and 0.75. The index of difficulty was between 0.33 and 0.80. The reliability of the whole test was at 0.868, and 3) 15 items of questionnaires for the students' satisfaction towards learning activities by exercise lessons and giving feedback. The questionnaires were composed with a 5-level scale which the reliability was at 0.94. The statistics used in the data analysis were mean, standard deviation, percentage, and t-test statistics. The results showed that the learning activities plans according to the opinion of the experts were effective at a good level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.44, S.D.= 0.54). The test scores during the study compared with the test scores after the study which the ratios between process efficiency and outcome efficiency (E1/E2) were at 91.62/84.68. They were higher than the set criteria: 75/75. The post-test scores were statistically significantly higher than the pre-test scores by .05. The students were satisfied and interested in Mathematics learning activities on exponents by exercise lessons along with giving feedback. Overall, the feedback was at a high level ( gif.latex?\bar{x}= 4.35, S.D. = 0.08).

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Sirum อ., & Fauiboon น. (2022). RESULTS OF LEARNING ACTIVITES WITH EXERCISE LESSONS ALONG WITH GIVING FEEDBACKS THAT AFFECT MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT ON EXPONENTS OF MATTHAYOMSULSA 1 STUDENTS. Journal of Industrial Education, 21(1), 22–32. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/245946
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