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Development of Problem-based Ubiquitous Learning Environment (PBULE) Model to Develop Undergraduate Students Problem-solving Skills

Noppadon Phumeechanya, Panita Wannapiroon


The purposes of this research study were 1)to develop a Problem-based Ubiquitous Learning Environment Model is to develop undergraduate students’ problem-solving skills, and 2)to evaluate a Problem-based Ubiquitous Learning Environment (PBULE) model. The research procedures were divided into two phases. The first phase was to develop PBULE model, and the second phase was to evaluate a PBULE model. The sample group in this study consisted of 5 experts in 1)instructional design, 2)u-Learning, 3)problem-based learning, 4)scaffolding and 5)information technology using purposive sampling. Data were analyzed by arithmetic mean and standard deviation. The research findings were as follows: 1. The PBULE model consisted of four components as followed: 1) principles, 2) objectives, 3) instructional process and 4) evaluation. The objective of the model is to develop problem-solving skills. The instructional process consisted of two stages. The first stage is the preparing stage and the second stage is learning stage. The evaluation of learning is to measure a problem solving skills development. 2. PBULE model was appropriateness in a good level.


Ubiquitous Learning Environment; Problem-based Learning; Problem-solving Skills

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