THE DEVELOPMENT A SOCIAL MEDIA LEARNING MODEL FOR EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER EDUCATION STUDENTS IN FACULTY OF EDUCATION MAHASARAKHAM UNIVERSITY

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Thanadol Phuseerit

Abstract

The  purposes  of  the  research  were:  1)  to develop a social media learning model  for Education Technology and Computer Education Students in Faculty of Education Mahasarakham University, and 2)  to  study a satisfaction of social media learning model  for Education Technology and Computer Education students in Faculty of Education Mahasarakham University. The  procedure  was  divided  into  3  phases;  phase  1:  to  synthesize  elements  of  a  Social Media Learning model,  phase  2:  to  develop  a social media learning model,  and  phase  3: to  use  the model  and  present  the  results. The sample of this research was Undergraduate Students Faculty of Education Mahasarakham University enrolled web-based Instruction course 23 sample with purposively selected. The statistics used were mean, standard deviation.


           The research results were as follows.


  1. The elements of  the  social media learning model  for Education Technology and Computer Education Students in Faculty of Education Mahasarakham University model had 4 elements as follow:  (1)  objectives ,  (2) analyze context instruction in  the  process had  4 step  as  follow: 2.1) analyze teacher, 2.2)  analyze learner, 2.3) analyze content, 2.4) analyze instructional media, (3) instruction strategies in  the  process had  7 step as follow:  3.1) social media selection, 3.2)  social interaction, 3.3) content creation, 3.4) motivation, 3.5) presentation and progress, 3.6) knowledge sharing, and 3.7) reflection,  (4) evaluation and the specialists validate the social media learning model for Education Technology and Computer Education Students in Faculty of Education Mahasarakham University at “highly appropriate”.

  2. Results of students satisfaction to social media learning model found that in the  research students satisfied in high level ( gif.latex?\bar{X}= 4.08 , S.D.= 0.29).

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