Synthesize the Designing Framework of Constructivist Web-based Learning Environment to Enhance Problem Solving Process and Transfer of Learning for Computer Education Student
This study aims to synthesize the designing framework of Constructivist Web-based Learning Environment to Enhance Problem Solving Process and Transfer of Learning for Computer Education Student. The target group consisted of 5 expert reviewers for web-based learning environment design. Developmental research (Type I): document analysis process was employed in this study. Several methods used were as follows: (1) to examine and analyzing the principles and theories, (2) to synthesize theoretical framework, (3) to synthesize designing framework, and (4) to evaluate the synthesis of designing framework for the constructivist web-based learning environment to enhance problem solving process and transfer of learning. The results revealed that: 1) Theoretical Framework for designing of learning environment to enhancing problem solving process and transfer of learning comprised of 3 theoretical bases as following: (1) Context of learning management base (2) Learning theory base, and (3) Media theory base. 2) The constructivist web-based learning environment comprises of 10 components as follows: (1) Problem base (2) Resources (3) Related case (4) Fostering problem solving process center (5) Transfer of learning center (6) Social support for education views (7) Scaffolding (8) Cognitive tool (9) Collaboration, and (10) Coaching. 3) The synthesis of designing framework of the constructivist web-based learning environment was evaluated by an expert review. The designing framework of constructivist web-based learning environment was found to be appropriate in the principle and theory, the component of designing framework, and enhancing to construct the knowledge and problem solving process and transfer of learning for the learners.
Web-based learning environment; Problem solving process; Transfer of learning; Constructivist
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