REMEDIAL TEACHING USING OPERATION OF INTEGERS EDUCATIONAL COMPUTER GAME FOR MATHAYOMSUKSA I STUDENTS

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ธิษณะ จงเจษฎ์ สายัณห์ โสธะโร

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The purposes of this study were as follows: (1) to determine the effectiveness of the Operation of Integers educational computer game; (2) to determine the level of achievement of Mathayomsuksa One students toward remedial teaching; (3) to evaluate the attitudes of students toward remedial teaching using Operation of Integers for Mathayomsuksa One students. The study was conducted during the second semester of the 2017 academic year with Mathayomsuksa One students at Pramochwittayaramintra School. The experimental group consisted of sixteen students and used purposive sampling to select students with less than 50% achievement in the Operation of Integers. The students were taught for a total of ten periods.


The results indicated that (1) the effectiveness of the Operation of Integers educational computer game for Mathayomsuksa One students with E1/E2 was equal to 69.48/61.40; (2) seventy percent of the experimental group passed the evaluation and; (3) the scores on questionnaire showed a high level of satisfaction among the experimental group with regard to the instruction.

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จงเจษฎ์ธ., & โสธะโรส. (2018). REMEDIAL TEACHING USING OPERATION OF INTEGERS EDUCATIONAL COMPUTER GAME FOR MATHAYOMSUKSA I STUDENTS. Journal of Industrial Education, 17(2), 101-108. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/125809
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