Interactive online learning development by learners’ dominant aptitude result of VARK in computer–based learning and teaching course for computer education students

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Panuwat Srichailard

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The objectives of this research are to: 1) develop an interactive online learning by learners’ dominant aptitude result of VARK in Computer–based Learning and Teaching Course for computer education students; 2) identify the effectiveness of interactive online learning media; 3) compare the learners’ performance after receiving the treatment; and 4) find learners’ satisfaction after receiving the treatment. The sample of this research is 26 3–year undergraduates of Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University who enrolled in Computer–based Learning and Teaching Course in semester 2/2020, derived by cluster random sampling. The treatment of this research is the effectiveness of interactive online learning media development by learners’ dominant aptitude result of VARK, and the research tools are a learning achievement test and a satisfaction test. The statistics used are percentage, average, standard deviation, and dependent t–test.
This research found that:
1) The media of the interactive online learning by learners’ dominant aptitude result of VARK in Computer–based Learning
and Teaching Course consists of 4 units: design of computer instruction, development of learning management on a cloud
computing system, design of individual learning presented with a video demonstration, and filming and editing technique a
video demonstration.
2) The effectiveness of media had been improved at E1/E2 or equal 81.41/80.22, which the maximum value is greater than
the research standard at 80/80.
3) The learners’ performance after learning with the interactive online learning by learners’ dominant aptitude result of
VARK is higher than that before learning at .05 level.
4) The learners’ satisfaction after learning with the interactive online learning by learners’ dominant aptitude result of VARK
is at the highest satisfaction level.

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Srichailard, P. (2021). Interactive online learning development by learners’ dominant aptitude result of VARK in computer–based learning and teaching course for computer education students. Interdisciplinary Research Review, 16(6), 1–5. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jtir/article/view/244869
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