The Development of Terminology Learning System for Thai Classical Dance Through Learning Management System


Effective use of web application for self-paced learning can provide a valuable opportunity for students to make progress at a pace that is commensurate with their prior knowledge. To facilitate self-paced learning, the aim of this study was to develop the terminology learning system for Thai classical dance through Learning Management System. Based on the Randomized Solomon four-group design, the study was implemented on a group of performing art students using the purposive sampling method. The findings of the study revealed that, to develop the terminology learning system for Thai classical dance, the researchers used web application to enhance the quality of learning system. Acting as a powerful agent, it is most associated with 1) Webboard 2) Test instruments including Pre-test and Post-test 3) Lessons comprising. Two experimental and two control groups were involved in this study. The findings revealed that 1) after employing the learning system, the first experimental and control groups showed higher achievement results with a significance level of 0.01. As for a study period, the first experimental group completed their course within one week while the control one needed two consecutive months after completing the course. Moreover, according to the achievement scores, the second experimental group showed higher statistical results than the second control one in all aspects. With regard to quality assessment and satisfaction with learning and practice system for Thai classical dance, the findings indicated all at the highest levels.

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Jansamorn Pholboon, Songkhla Rajabhat University, Thailand
Monton Pholboon, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

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Conference: ACE2019
Stream: Learning Experiences

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