A conceptual framework of a flipped classroom by project-based learning by analyzing of student’s on David Kolb’s learning styles

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Uraiwan Srichailard
Wannachai Wannasawade
Krich Sinthanakul


This research is focused on 1. Synthesizing a framework of a Flipped Class Room by Project-Based Learning by Analyzing of Stude nt’s on David Kolb’s Learning Styles. 2. Experts’ evaluation on the flipped classroom approach through project-based learning by David Kolb's to craft a learning model. This research compiled into 5 phases; 1) Surveying problems and reviewing literature 2) Synthesizing a framework of learning style 3) Determining the relevant groups 4) Presenting the conceptual framework 5) Reviewing, revising and summarizing the result. From research result, it is found that 1) the obtained flipped classroom approach through project-based learning by relying on the analysis result of David Kolb's learning theory which is known as FC-PjBL-Kolb’s. This model consists of Input and Output Process while modules are as following; 1) Input 1.1) Student 1.2) Kolb’s Testing 1.3 Kolb’s classifying Module 1.4 Teacher 2. Process 2.1 Online learning M odule 2.2 Content database 2.3 Kolb’s Flipped and PjBL Learning Module 3. Output 3.1 Evaluation Module 3.2 Rubric Evaluation 3.3 Examiner Module 3.4 Project DB Module 2) Evaluation result from 10 experts is at the excellent level with4.66gif.latex?\pm 0.49 also in the conclusion as well as this model had been approved by 10 experts to the development on further phase.

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Srichailard, U., Wannasawade, W., & Sinthanakul, K. (2019). A conceptual framework of a flipped classroom by project-based learning by analyzing of student’s on David Kolb’s learning styles. Interdisciplinary Research Review, 14(5), 7–12. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jtir/article/view/224963
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