The Effect of Motion Infographic on Constructionism Learning Theory to Enhance Social Skills of Kasetsart University Undergraduate Students
From past experience, new graduates are not able to adapt to their work in the organization. Due to the lack of listening skills, speaking skills, led to erroneous communication, delayed work, lack of careful planning, Lack of leadership and followers and still can’t work together with the team. The researcher found that the data called Social skills. It is a skill that is essential for daily life and work. Therefore, it is necessary to provide education to develop social skills for undergraduate students to be able to work at full potential. The researcher introduced the learning management based on the theory of constructivism (the educational concept of John Dewey) by using motion infographic. It is a learning medium for social skills development. The objectives of this research are; 1) to develop the effect of motion infographic with quality and effectively with standard 80/80, 2) to study the social skill of students after learning with the effect of motion infographic by using constructionism theory and 3) to satisfaction of the student after learning with the effect of motion infographic by using constructionism theory. The samples are the students who study in Educational Innovation and Information Tech subject code 01169311. There are 46 people, and apply by learning with the effect of motion infographic by using constructionism theory for enhance social skill. The statistics are used in data analysis consist of the average, standard deviation and t-test. The results of this study provided the effect of motion infographic by using constructionism theory can enhanced student’s social skill with the best quality and efficiency 85.87/81.52 followed 80/80, 2) Student’s social skill has been improved after learn with significant score 0.05 and 3) the satisfaction level by the using effect of motion infographic by using constructionism theory is the most satisfied.
Constructionism Learning Theory; Motion Infographic; Social Skills
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