The effects of Nearpod application on improving vocabulary Knowledge of Mathayom Suksa 3 students at Sansaiwithayakom school in Chiang Mai province


  • Patcharapan Srisakonwat Chiang Mai Rajabhat University


Nearpod application, vocabulary lessons, knowledge


The objectives of this research were 1) to develop the vocabulary lessons via the Nearpod application to enhance the vocabulary knowledge of Mathayom Suksa 3 students at Sansai Withayakhom School in Chiang Mai province, 2) to compare the vocabulary knowledge of the students before and after learning vocabulary via the Nearpod application, and 3) to investigate the studentsí satisfaction with learning vocabulary via the Nearpod application. The study was quantitative research and the research instruments consisted the vocabulary lessons via the Nearpod application, a vocabulary knowledge test, and a Satisfaction questionnaire. The first finding presented that the
vocabulary lessons via the Nearpod application were effective (IOC=0.7-1).
The second finding found that the learning achievement of vocabulary knowledge via Nearpod application after learning was significantly higher than before at 0.08. Finally, the third finding showed that the studentsí high satisfaction with Mathayom Suksa 3 with learning vocabulary via the Nearpod application.


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