Development of A Geography Ubiquitous Instructional System for Lower Secondary Education in Lower Northeastern Thailand
The development of the Geography Ubiquitous Instructional System (GUIS) for lower secondary education in lower Northeastern, Thailand, the developmental testing of the instructional system; the students learning progress were studied. The comparison of the knowledge creation behaviors pre- and post- learning via GUIS, the students’ satisfaction to GUIS; and the assessment and verification of the qualifications system from the educational experts were examined. The data were provided by (1) the system prototype; (2) the achievement test; (3) the assessment forms for evaluating the students’ knowledge behavior creation; (4) the students’ satisfaction questionnaire; and (5) the assessment and verification form for the educational experts. The multistage random samples were: (1) 11 educational technology and instructional design specialists; (2) 32 students of lower secondary education in lower Northeastern, Thailand. Descriptive statistics were used to identify percentage, means, standard deviation and E1/E2 and ttest (Dependent Samples) were used to analyze the data. The results were 1) The Geography Ubiquitous Instructional for lower secondary education in lower Northeastern comprised of 8 components: 1.1) Context analysis 1.2) Input factors analysis 1.3) Preparation 1.4) Instructional activities 1.5) Evaluation 1.6) Teaching summary 1.7) Results and 1.8) Adjustment. 2) The developmental testing E1/E2 value was 84.06/84.17 which met the criterion set. 3) The students had achievement progress at the statistically significant .01 level. 4) The mean of enhance knowledge creation behaviors increased for overall and in separated also increased, statistically of significant at the .01 level. 5) The students were very satisfied with GUIS. 6) The assessment and verification of the qualifications system from the educational experts were highly appropriate.
Development of Instructional; Knowledge Creation Behaviors; Knowledge Sharing; Ubiquitous Learning
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