Development of Active Learning Management Ability in the 21st Century for High School Students

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สิทธิพงษ์ สุพรม


              The purposes of this research were : 1) to study the active learning ability. 2) to develop the model learning to promote active learning ability 3) to experiment with a learning model that promotes competence. Proactive learning and 4) to evaluate learning styles that promote active learning. The samples were 70 grade 9 students of SatreesiriKet School, Muang District, Si Sa Ket Province. They were randomly selected and assigned into two equal groups, 35 students in a control group studied with usual instruction and 35 students in an experimental group studied with the developed learning model. The instruments used in this study were 1) the active learning ability test. 2) the achievement test. and 3) a questionnaire. Data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, a t-test, and analysis of covariance statistics (ANCOVAs).             The research finding were as follow:
1.    Most students have the active learning ability to learn proactively In fair level.
2.    The developed learning model has the efficiency of learning process and the learning achievement of 83.27 / 81.73 percent.
3.    The students studied with the developed learning model had the ability in the used of active learning ability and learning achievement higher than the students studied with usual instruction at the level of .05. 
4.    The satisfactions of learning with the developed learning model were rated at a “much” level.  


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สุพรมส. (2018). Development of Active Learning Management Ability in the 21st Century for High School Students. Ubon Ratchathani Journal of Research and Evaluation, 7(2), 49-58. Retrieved from
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