DEVELOPMENT OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM LEARNING MODEL BY USING CREATIVITY-BASED LEARNING TO ENHANCE PRODUCT CREATIVE SKILL OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN COMMUNICATION ARTS
Development of flipped classroom learning model by using creativity-based learning to enhance product creative skill of undergraduate students in communication arts (FCBL Model) were objective to : 1) Studying, analyzing and synthesizing the elements of FCBL Model, 2) Developing the teaching system based on FCBL Model, and 3) Using of FCBL Model. The samples of this study were 30 bachelor’s degree students, Faculty of Communication Arts, Sripatum University. Research tools were FCBL Model, learning behavior evaluation form for instructors, students and creative product evaluation form. Statistics were analyzed by percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent-samples t-test, and Pearson's correlation coefficient.
The research results found that : 1) Components of FCBL Model consist of flipped classroom, creativity-based learning and creative product that evaluated by experts showed at very high level ( =4.81), 2) The learning system evaluation was very high level from experts ( =4.63) and 3) The used of FCBL Model can be enhanced creative product skill of students that show the average posttest score was higher than pretest score with statistically 0.01 level of significant and the overall of learning behavior had a positive relationship with the overall creative product (r=0.708) while the overall of learning behavior had a positive relationship with in each area of creative product statistically at the 0.01 level of significant on novelty (r=0.649), resolution (r=0.621), and elaboration and Synthesis and synthesis (r=0.700).
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