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ERIC Number: EJ1065540
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015-May-23
Pages: 8
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-1990-3839
The Development of Web-Based Collaborative Training Model for Enhancing Human Performances on ICT for Students in Banditpattanasilpa Institute
Pumipuntu, Natawut; Kidrakarn, Pachoen; Chetakarn, Somchock
Educational Research and Reviews, v10 n10 p1468-1475 May 2015
This research aimed to develop the model of Web-based Collaborative (WBC) Training model for enhancing human performances on ICT for students in Banditpattanasilpa Institute. The research is divided into three phases: 1) investigating students and teachers' training needs on ICT web-based contents and performance, 2) developing a web-based collaborative training model, 3) assessing the model effectiveness from implementation. The results revealed students and teachers' needs were at high levels for using the ICT, and students' performance of ICT levels were fair for supporting students. In terms of input components, the model composed of six training factors for the system: need analysis, purpose specification, training curriculum, technique design selected, training process, and assessment. In terms of web-based training, there are three factors: multimedia presentation, interaction, and learning instrument. There are five factors in collaborative learning: positive interdependence, interaction, individual accountability, interpersonal skills, and group process. Three sequential stages of collaborative training started from: training arrangement, training procedure, and evaluation. Training procedures include five activities of collaborative learning: training preparation, training, collaborative training, checking outcome, and conclusion. The results of Model Implementation Efficiency (MIE index) of WBC training model were at 81.86/80.83; the Effectiveness Index (E.I.) was at 0.5582. There was a statistically differentiated significance between pre-test and post-test on the WBC training model of their usage effectiveness by the model in promoting ICT performance at level 0.05. The students' responses regarding the ICT practical skills were high; also abilities on collaborative learning group processes, individual accountability and positive interdependence were significantly high. Satisfaction from the WBC training model was high.
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Thailand
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