The Effect of Using Web-Based Learning with Cooperative Learning in Medical Photography Production I

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Dusadee Musikpodoke
Songpol Oupachitakul
Chongchaareon Meeta


Background : In present education reform and learning process, instructor must use learning methods which match with information technology. Therefore, teaching management must be changed to fit with the present tendency. This will encourage learners to be able to seek for knowledge from several sources, especially in Medical Photography Production I

Objective : 1.) To study learners , learning achievement by using web based-learning with cooperative learning in 361381 Medical Photography Production I  2.) To study the learners, opinions toward using this model.

Study design: One Group Pretest- Posttest Design

Setting: Faculty of Medicine, Khon Kaen University

Methods : Research tools involved the following: 1) The learning activity framework of using web based-learning with cooperative learning. 2) 4 topics of web based-learning.3) 40 items of four choice achievement test  3) The questionnaire about the

learners, opinions toward using web based-learning with cooperative learning.

Results: 1)  The progress of  learners,  learning  achievement  scores   in  361 381   Medical   Photography   Production I   were  found in this study.  2)  The learners, Opinions  toward  learning  by  using  web based  with cooperative learning found that they It was found that  web based  with  cooperative learning  could help  students being able  to review  and   repeat their knowledge  more than the conventional method.   In addition, cooperative learning   could also enable students to  search and exchange  their knowledge through several media.They both have been selected   at the highest level of   satisfaction. Apart from these two, other items were selected at high level.

Conclusion: They both have been selected  at the highest level of satisfaction.

Keywords:. Web based-learning, Cooperative learning, Learning achievement


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