publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

The Comparative Study of Collaborative Learning and SDLC Model to develop IT Group Projects

Pukdesree, Sorapak;
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  • Published: 01 Nov 2017 Journal: TEM Journal (issn: 2217-8309, eissn: 2217-8333, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: UIKTEN
Abstract
The main objectives of this research were to compare the attitudes of learners between applying SDLC model with collaborative learning and typical SDLC model and to develop electronic courseware as group projects. The research was a quasi-experimental research. The populations of the research were students who took Computer Organization and Architecture course in the academic year 2015. There were 38 students who participated to the research. The participants were divided voluntary into two groups including an experimental group with 28 students using SDLC model with collaborative learning and a control group with 10 students using typical SDLC model. The resear...
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free text keywords: SDLC model, Waterfall model, Collaborative Learning, IT group projects, Education, L, Technology, T
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

The Comparative Study of Collaborative Learning and SDLC Model to develop IT Group Projects

Pukdesree, Sorapak;