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Development of a Flipped Classroom by Scientific Inquiry Learning on a Social Cloud Model to Enhance Lifelong Learning Skills for Undergraduate Students

Piyawadee Pongsawat, Panita Wannapiroon

Abstract


This research aimed to: 1) develop a instruction model, 2) develop a instruction system, 3) compare the learning achievement of the students between those who had been taught with traditional instruction and those who had been taught with the learning model, 4) compare students' lifelong learning skills of the students between those who had been taught with traditional instruction and those who had been taught with the learning model, 5) evaluate the quality of students' work performance after using the learning model, 6) survey the satisfaction of the students towards the use of the learning model, and 7) evaluate and validate a instruction model. The samples consisted of 60 first year students enrolled in Information Technology and Communication. The tools used in this research were interview form, questionnaires, and achievement test. Data analysis were conducted based on the statistics including Mean, Standard Deviation and Independent Sample t-test. The findings were as follows: 1) the instruction model consisted of four main components, including input, learning process, output, and feedback., 2) the efficiency of the instruction system was at the highest level, 3) the students who had learned by using the learning model had higher academic achievement than those who had learned by using traditional instruction, at a statistical significance level of .01, 4) the students who had learned by using the learning model had more lifelong learning skills than those who had learned by using traditional instruction at a level of .01, 5) the students who had learned by using the developed learning model had a very high score on their work performance, 6) the students who had learned by using the developed learning model had the highest level of satisfaction towards the use of the learning model, and 7) the appropriateness of the model was revealed at the highest level.

Keywords


Flipped classroom, Scientific inquiry learning, Social cloud, Lifelong learning skills

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