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Chanidapa Boonprasom


The objectives of this research were to 1) develop and evaluate the flipped classroom with think-pair share using cloud technology to Enhance Collaboration Skills, 2) compare the academic achievement of students after learning with developed learning model, 3) compare a learner’s Collaboration Skills after learning with the developed system, and 4) study the satisfaction of students learning with developed learning model. The samples used in the research by Purposive sampling was 26 second-year undergraduate students of Faculty of Computer Sciences at Ubon Ratchathani Rajabhat University who registered the Data Structure course in Semester 1, 2020. The research instruments were the learning plan, achievement test, appropriated assessment form, and questionnaire of satisfaction. The statistic that used in research were the mean, standard deviation, and t-test.

The results showed that: 1) The flipped classroom with think-pair share using cloud technology to Enhance Collaboration Skills was appropriateness at a highest level. (gif.latex?\bar{x} =4.55, SD =0.55), 2) the achievement of students after learning with developed learning model was higher than before learning at the .01 level of significance, 3) the analysis of collaboration skills of learning with developed learning model were found that at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x} =4.50, SD =0.51) and 4) the students were satisfied with the developed learning model at a highest level. (gif.latex?\bar{x} =4.61, SD=0.56). In conclusion, the developed learning model to Enhance Collaboration Skills and had influence undergraduate students’ achievement as well.

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