Development of SCRIP Website with Automatic Fulfill System in Knowledge for Learners, Undergraduates' Computer Programming Principles Subject

  • Krisada Ploysri
  • Charun Sanrach
Keywords: SCRIP Website, Collaborative, Constructivist, Knowledge Automatic Fulfill System


The objectives of this research were (1) to design the SCRIP online learning model, (2) to develope an SCRIP website with automatic fulfill system in knowledge for learners, undergraduates' computer programming principles subject and to meet the 80/80 efficiency criterion and (3) analyzing satisfaction towards the SCRIP website. The research procedures consisted of four phases: (1) creation of the SCRIP online learning model using EFR research technic, (2) development of SCRIP
website with automatic fulfill system in knowledge for learners, undergraduates' computer programming principles subject, (3) analyzing the learning effectiveness and (4) analyzing satisfaction towards the SCRIP website. The sample group used in this research was technology and computer educator selected by purposive
sampling from Faculty of Education of Rajabhat Rajanagarindra University that were registered in computer programming principles subject in the first semester of academic year 25017. The research instruments used consisted of interview form, evaluation form and questionnaire. The data were analyzed by using percentage, mean, standard deviation and statistics employed for verifying the efficiency of SCRIP website were the E1/E2 index. The result findings were (1) SCRIP learning model consisted of three phases (1.1) collaborative learning (1.2) constructivist learning and (1.3) automatic fulfill the knowledge system that can respond to
difference in individuals level of knowledge. The results of the evaluation from experts was at a good level, with the average of 4.28 (2) website with automatic fulfill system in knowledge for learners, undergraduates' computer programming principles subject had efficiency indices of 81.54/82.30 and (3) The result of
analyzing satisfaction towards the SCRIP website was at a high level, with the
average of 4.23. The results of the research showed that the website with
Automatic Fulfill System in Knowledge for learners, undergraduates' computer programming principles subject based on SCRIP learning model was effective in the use of teaching.


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