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The objectives of this research were 1) to develop and examine the quality of the flipped online learning classroom lesson plans on Presentation using Computer Software 2) to develop and examine the efficiency of online learning of Presentation using Computer Software using flipped classroom and 3) to compare the learning achievements of students between the students who learned with online learning using the flipped classroom concept and the students learning with conventional educational methods. The samples of the study comprised grade 10 students at Samsen Wittayalai School enrolled in the Presentation using Computer Software course in the academic year 2/2017 selected by the Cluster Random Sampling method for 3 out of 4 classrooms that had 30 students per classroom resulting in a total of 90 persons. The research instruments included 1) online learning on Presentation using Computer Software 2) flipped online learning classroom lesson plans 3) conventional classroom lesson plans 4) learning achievement test consisting of a multiple-choice test on the theory and practice of the Presentation using Computer Software. The statistics used in the data analysis included arithmetic mean, standard deviation and t–test independent group. The results of this research revealed that 1) the quality of the flipped online learning classroom lesson plans on Presentation using Computer Software was at a very good level ( = 4.58) 2) the efficiency (E1/E2) of online learning using flipped classroom was found to be at 85.56/84.67 and 3) the achievement of students after learning with online learning using flipped classroom was found to be higher than the achievement of students who learned with conventional educational methods at a statistically significant level of .05.
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