Development of Mathematics Learning Activities for Matthayom Suksa 1 Students Using Formative Assessment Process

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บุญน้อม นามดา ปริญญา เรืองทิพย์


        The purposes of this research were 1) to create Mathematics Learning Activities for Matthayom Suksa 1 Students using Formative Assessment Process 2) to experiment and analyze the result of Mathematic Learning Activities and 3) to analyze teacher and students behavior during using the Mathematics Learning Activities. Samples are 33 Students of Matthayom Suksa 1. The instruments used in this research include test, questionnaire, observation form, interview, and video recording. Data analyses was done by using means, standard deviations as well as content analysis.           

The research findings were as follows:

1.    The mathematics learning activities for Matthayom Suksa Students 1 were 0.85 content validity index, and good appropriateness ( =3.38).These learning activities were appropriate to implement in classroom.

2. The teacher gave the feedback to entire learning activities. Then it to help students to achieve their learning goals. Thus, this process could help students to get better mathematical knowledge, and good attitude toward math learning.

3. Teaching and learning behavior between teacher and students were active; teacher as a coach, which help encourage students to take real action. Teacher teaching and students learning were active behavior. There were teacher as a coach and students as coach in real situation. These students well done authentic performance by themself.


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นามดาบ., & เรืองทิพย์ป. (2018). Development of Mathematics Learning Activities for Matthayom Suksa 1 Students Using Formative Assessment Process. Ubon Ratchathani Journal of Research and Evaluation, 7(2), 69-78. Retrieved from
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