Blended Learning Model to Promote the Ability to Analytical Thinking and Learning Outcomes of Computer and Educational Technology Students

Keywords: Blended Learning, Analytical Thinking

Abstract

The purposes of this research were: 1) to develop a blended learning model to promote analytical thinking ability and learning outcomes of Computer and Educational technology students 2) to compare analytical scores before and after blended teaching of Computers and Educational Technology students and 3) to study the satisfaction of students about the blended learning method. The researcher conducted the instructional design theory of ADDIE MODEL used in this research. The experiment was conducted with the sample group in the study were 3rd year students 30 students in Computer and Educational technology students the academic year 2021 who study in the first semester of academic year 2021. The instruments in this research were 1) Teaching Management Plan 3 plans to 4 hours in total 12 hours 2) Analytical thinking ability test for 3rd year students of Computer and Educational Technology in Faculty of Education at Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University and 3) The satisfaction questionnaire of students that blended learning model. The statistics used in data analysis were mean, standard deviation and t-test.
The findings of this research as following:
It has resulted in the development of a teaching style that combines integration with the analytical thinking process in the course of learning management in computational science at the primary and secondary level. There are five steps in the learning process: 1) reviewing 2) thinking 3) sharing 4) constructing and 5) applying and the results of checking the appropriateness of the teaching management plan that integrates with the analytical thinking process found that the experts assessed the quality of the teaching management plan integrated with the analytical thinking process. It was very appropriate (x̄ = 4.70) when students receive integrated teaching and learning management with the analytical thinking process of the course of learning management in computational science at primary and secondary levels. The students’ analytical thinking ability after study was statistically significantly higher than before at the .05 level and were satisfied towards blended learning at a high level.

Published
2022-12-01
How to Cite
Puttasem, D. (2022). Blended Learning Model to Promote the Ability to Analytical Thinking and Learning Outcomes of Computer and Educational Technology Students. Shanlax International Journal of Education, 11(1), 75-83. https://doi.org/10.34293/education.v11i1.5293
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