The Issues of Project-based Learning Management Model for Secondary Students: A Case Study of Information Technology Course

K. Jitgarun, N. Painprasert, and A. Tongsakul (Thailand)


ProjectBased Learning Management (PBLM) Model, Conventional Learning, Information Technology Course


The purposes of this research were to develop and to compare achievement and satisfaction of students in level 4 (Muttayom Suksa 4-6) between Project-Based Learning Management (PBLM) model and conventional learning on Information Technology course. Sampling groups consisted of students who were studying in level 4 (Muttayom Suksa 4-6) from Uttaraditdarunee School in Uttaradit Province and Mattayom-Watnhongjok School in Bangkok Metropolitan area. Then, the students from each school were divided into two groups: an experimental group and a control group. The research tools used in the study were composed of pretest and posttest, a learning management plan, progress assessment, and a questionnaire on students’ learning satisfaction. Statistics utilized for data analysis were mean ( X ), Standard Deviation (S.D.), t-test and Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). The results of overall study were that when the mean scores of the students’ learning achievement between the PBLM model ( X = 46.80, S.D. = 3.78) and the conventional learning ( X = 46.05, S.D. = 4.66) were compared by using t-test, it was found that there was a significant difference at .05 level. When ANCOVA utilized and pre-test used as a covariance, it was found that teaching models had a direct effect on students’ learning achievement only at Mattayom-Watnhongjok School at 61.20 percent. Then, when the mean of students’ satisfaction were compared, it was found that students’ satisfaction on the PBLM model ( X = 3.81, S.D. = 0.88) and the conventional learning ( X = 3.69, S.D. = 0.88) was at a good level. However, the mean of students’ satisfaction on the PBLM model was higher than the mean of conventional learning.

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