THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERACTIVE PRINTING MEDIA FOR A STUDY LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF SLOW LEARNER

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พาสนา เอกอุดมพงษ์ สิริรักษ์ ขันฒานุรักษ์ ชูศักดิ์ เพรสคอทท์

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The objectives of this research were to 1) develop interactive print media for slow learners to learn English alphabets, and 2) compare students’ learning achievement using interactive print media and flashcards, and 3) study slow learners’ satisfaction regarding the use of interactive print media for learning purpose. The sampling population consisted of six students. Purposive sampling was used for this purpose. The data needed for the study was collected during the trial use of the interactive print media between December 2017 and December 2018. The analyzing statistic was frequency, average, standard deviation.


Results from the research revealed that, based on the comparison of data collected from the two groups of students, there was a difference of learning achievement gained by these students. Learning achievement of student learning with interactive print media was higher than those who utilizing flashcards. The study also found that slow learners had a high level of satisfaction in using the interactive print media.

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เอกอุดมพงษ์พ., ขันฒานุรักษ์ส., & เพรสคอทท์ช. (2019). THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERACTIVE PRINTING MEDIA FOR A STUDY LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF SLOW LEARNER. Journal of Industrial Education, 18(1), 59-68. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/145365
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