The objectives of this research were to compare the achievement of students' learning through Social Networks ss to study the students' recommendation of studying through Social Networks ss. The sample of this experimental research was 60 students in Communication Research Course, Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, 1st Semester, Academic Year 2555/2012. The 30-student random sampling group taught through Social Networks ss, and the control group of 30 students without learning through Social Networks ss. The data were analyzed by basic statistical averaging, the variance of the scores and t - Dependent. The results were as follows: 1) the compared study of achievement scores between the experimental group taught through Social Networks ss and the control group were not significantly different in moral achievement, the achievement scores of knowledge were not significantly different, the achievement scores of cognitive skills were statistically significant at the .05 level, the interpersonal skills and responsibilities of different levels of statistical significance at .05, and analytical skills, numerical, communication and information technology is statistically significant difference, 2) the students' recommendation of studying through Social Networks ss, found that 17 students through Social Networks ss had not any comments, 7 students wanted to develop a model of the video www.youtube.com. Lastly, 6 students wanted every course developed through internet networks.
Singh Singkhajorn, Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, Thailand
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