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The Effects of PjBL-SCRUM Learning Management to promote Teamwork Skills

Puttida Sakulviriyakitkul, Krich Sintanakul, Jiraphan Srisomphan


The objectives of this research were 1) Compare the learning achievement of students before and after learning with the project-based learning model through Agile Software development to enhance computer students’ teamwork skills, 2) Evaluate teamwork skills of students taught by the developed model, 3) Determine the project quality after implementing the developed model, and 4) Study students’ satisfaction with the developed model. The sample of this study consisted of students in three levels, including basic education, vocational and higher education levels who studied the project course or related courses. The research instruments consisted of PjBL-SCRUM Learning Management System, pre-test and post-test, teamwork assessment scale, project quality scale, and satisfaction questionnaire. Data were analyzed using statistics including percentage, mean and standard deviation. Hypotheses were tested using statistics including t-test. The results of this study indicated that 1) The learning achievement of the respondents showed that post-test score was higher than pretest score with a statistical significance level of .01, 2) Overall teamwork skill of the respondents was at the highest level, 3) After learning with the developed model, overall project quality was at a high level, and 4) The satisfaction of the respondents with the developed model was at the highest level.


Teamwork Skill, Project-Based Learning, Agile Software Development

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