Browsing by Subject "Cooperative learning"
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A comparative study on student achievement in science through cooperative learning and individual learning at Nantawan International School (Assumption University, 2013)
This study compared the differences in student achievement in science between cooperative learning and individualistic learning. The study had four objectives which were to determine 1) if there is an improvement in student achievement in science through cooperative learning, 2) if there is an improvement in student achievement in science through individualistic learning, 3) if there is a significant difference in student achievement in science between cooperative learning and individualistic learning activities, 4) if there is ...
A comparative study of Grade 11 students' and teachers' attitudes towards cooperative learning in two international schools in Phnom Penh (Assumption University Press, 2018)
This research was conducted at two international high schools in Phnom Penh, in the school year 2016. The purposes were: 1) to determine the Grade 11 students’ attitudes towards cooperative learning; 2) to determine the Grade 11 teachers’ attitudes towards cooperative learning; 3) To determine if there was a significant difference between Grade 11 students’ and Grade 11 teachers’ attitudes towards cooperative learning. The study followed a quantitative research methodology employing both students’ and teachers’ questionnaires including ...
A comparative study of student academic achievement and satisfaction in grade 4 science under traditional instruction and cooperative learning instruction methods at Sarssas Witaed Bangbon School, Thailand (Assumption University Press, 2017)
The National Education Act of B.E. 2542 (1999) as well as the Basic Education Core Curriculum of 2008 emphasize the importance of both the acquisition of the English language in present Thai society, as well as the development of 21st century skills for all Thai children. Furthermore, the Thai Ministry of Education supports and encourages cooperative learning as a way to create appealing, motivating, and meaningful learning. Unfortunately, this vision is often not shared by schools in Thailand, which prefer a more traditional instructional method. ...
Improving 'The sense of responsibility' through instructional development intervention's: a case study of secondary 3 science class (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2016)
Improving active learning, responsibility and cooperative learning: an action research of the student M. 4/4 in Mathematics' classroom (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2016)