Development of an instructional model of a self directed learning Laboratory for undergraduate students

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วิโชค พรหมดวง
มงคล หวังสถิตวงษ์
สุรพันธ์ ตันศรีวงษ์

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This research had the objectives 1. To develop the instructional model of a self-directed learning laboratory  for undergraduate students  2. To find its efficiency and  3. To survey the students’ satisfaction to the model.   The sampling group was 29  undergraduate  students of Power Electronics Division, King Mongkut’s University of Technology  North Bangkok, with specific choice, and analyzed the data with Means,  E1/E2 values, and Standard Deviation.  The research result found that 1) The  instructional model of a self-directed learning laboratory  for undergraduate  students consisted of 5 steps (1) Motivation (2) Planning (3) Constructional (4) Reflection  (5) Evaluation, or the Instructional MPCRE Model.  From the result of the suitability analysis of the MPCRE Model, 5 experts found that the  model had the average suitability  X = 4.34, S.D. =0.69, i.e. the suitability in the ‘Much’ level. 2) The result of the efficiency analysis of the model found that  its efficiency had the values 72.71/71.71, which was lower than the specified criteria 85/85.  3)  The satisfaction of the model was in the average level  X = 4.15,  S.D. =0.49. i.e. the satisfaction in the “Much’ level.

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