Effect of Lesson Plan Design and Development of Information Technology Media to Learning Outcomes ผลของการออกแบบแผนการสอนและการพัฒนาสื่อเทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศ ต่อผลลัพธ์การเรียนรู้

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ณัฎภัทรศญา เศรษฐโชติสมบัติ

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The research was aimed to study the lesson plan design and develop information technology media which is suit to the teaching activities. The media was used in teaching and learning, and evaluated its the effectiveness. The research employed mixed method research methodology: research and development and qualitative research. The subjects were 88 students selected by purposive sampling from a population of 310.  Research data were obtained from behavior observations, skill development and learning ability tests, group work and presentation, and in-dept interviews. The research results showed that the designed lesson plans and information technology media had positive effects on the learners’ learning outcomes which were higher in all five domains: ethical and moral development domain, knowledge domain, cognitive skills domain, interpersonal skills and responsibility domain, numerical analysis, communication and information technology skills domain.


However, assessment and evaluation aspect was slightly higher. Besides, they stimulated the learners and made the learners alert, and the use of information technology media helped controlling time in activity organizing so the time was managed effectively. In reflection of the lesson plan design, it was revealed that the teachers should choose the appropriate teaching process that fit with the lesson in each week. And in developing the information technology, it was found that there was time limitation which required the fast and skillfulness of the teachers to produce the teaching media, and there was a technical problems in using the media, wasting time in improving the content on the websites with high frequency, spending a lot of time in producing teaching media and preparing for class to organize the learning activities in each week.

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