THE EFFECTS OF MATHEMATICS LEARNING ACTIVITIES ON TWO-DIMENSIONAL AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL FIGURES BASED ON THE CONSTRUCTIVISM THEORY ON MATTHAYOM SUEKSA ONE STUDENTS

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Chutamas Homchoam
Noppon Yamsang
Woranuch Yamsang
Sasiwan Maluangnont

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The aims of this quasi-experimental research were 1) to study the effects of organizing mathematics learning activities for efficiency learning results according to 80/80, 2) to compare not only the student’s academic achievement before and after using the organizing mathematics learning activities on Two-dimensional and Three-dimensional Figures for Matthayom Sueksa One students based on the Constructivism theory, and 3) to study the students satisfaction with the learning activities based on the Constructivism theory. The research sample were a class of 35 Matthayom Sueksa One students in academic year 2019. The researchers used clustered random sampling in this research. In addition, the research instruments were (1) the academic achievement test, which the difficulty level, discrimination level, confidence interval level, was .21-.80, .202-.675 and .892 respectively. (2) The satisfaction of students towards organizing learning activities evaluation form, which the reliability of Cronbach alpha was .887.  (3) The organizing learning activities, which the consistency index value (IOC) were 0.67-1.00. The statistics used in data analysis were mean, percentage, and standard deviation. The technique of dependent t test was used to test the hypothesis.


The finding were: (1) The learning activities had an efficiency of 83.45/81.76 in accordance with the set criterion efficiency of 80/80. (2) The academic achievement of the students was higher after the study than prior to the study at the statistically significant level of .05. (3) The student satisfaction with the learning activities overall was at a high level.

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