A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF A FLIPPED CLASSROOM WITH THINK-PAIR SHARE AND PROJECT - BASED LEARNING

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อุไรวรรณ ศรีไชยเลิศ มนต์ชัย เทียนทอง

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The objective of this research was to 1) synthesize and conceptual framework of a flipped classroom with think-pair share and project-based learning 2) evaluate framework of a flipped classroom with think-pair share and project-based learning for developing the computer instruction on computer and animation course for department of computer education, bachelor degree. The research process consisted of 5 steps as follows: 1) studied journals, text, and researches 2) synthesis a framework 3) define expert group 4) presented conceptual framework 5) corrected and conclusion. The research results was FCPjBL Model that consisted of 3 part 6 modules as follows: input part 1) Teacher Module 2) Student Module, process part 3) FC Learning Module 4) PjBl Module, output part 5) Project Module and 6) Examiner Module. The evaluation results of the synthesized model. It revealed that the accepted the synthesized it can be determined that can be used the synthesized.

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ศรีไชยเลิศอ., & เทียนทองม. (2018). A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF A FLIPPED CLASSROOM WITH THINK-PAIR SHARE AND PROJECT - BASED LEARNING. Journal of Industrial Education, 17(1), 13-21. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/138597
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