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This research and development study aimed to develop the learning model and to explore the level of self-directed learning. The sample consisted of 25 graduate students enrolled in 2018 academic year. The research process included 4 steps: 1) exploring the study context 2) setting the objectives 3) developing the teaching model and 4) implementing and evaluating using self-directed learning ability questionnaire (Cronbach’s alpha coefficient = .92). The result showed that the model consisted of 3 phases: 1) preparation 2) blended learning process, and 3) outcomes evaluation. Students rated their overall self-directed learning ability after studied at the high level (M = 4.2, SD = 0.28).
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