Blended Learning Management of WordPress Website Development Skill for Communication Design Undergraduates Using The ADDIE Model

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Worapon Yuangngoen
Waristha Saengrith
Nawarat Sitthimongkolchai
Sudarat Makeshine
Sirirat Petsangsri
Somkiat Tuntiwongwanich


The purpose of this study was to identify a gap performance of website building skill for the undergraduates at the Department of Communication Design, Faculty of Architecture King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL). The researchers applied the ADDIE Model (Branch,2009), a theory of instructional design process that starts from the beginning to an end. It contains five phases: 1) Analysis 2) Design 3) Development 4) Implementation and 5) Evaluation. Enable us to notice what cause the performance gap and how we solve that problem via instructional design and meet assessment learning criteria. This learning management has the following objectives: 1) To develop the Blended Learning instructional plan for Website Development Skill on Communication Design Undergraduates using the ADDIE Model through the short-time workshop training to build Portfolio Website with WordPress.  2) Student can build their own portfolio websites. The overall outcome of the Blended Learning management with the learners’ satisfaction towards WordPress website training workshop, for the undergraduates according to ADDIE approach and Likert-Type scale (Likert,1932). It says 1. The learners are satisfied with Online Lesson at mean = 4.32, Instructor at mean = 4.56 and Facilitation at mean = 4.55. 2. The evaluation of the learners' portfolio websites that equal to rubric criteria at (0.00 - 3.00), which mean very good. The average score is 2.47

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