The Development of Flipped Classroom with Mobile Learning Model to Promote Digital Citizenship for Junior High School students; a Case Study of Thailand

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Apisit Thaoyabut, Rathapol Pradubwate, Nipada Trairut


The research's purpose is to develop a flipped classroom teaching model using mobile learning to promote digital citizenship for junior high school students. The study started out by creating a preliminary model derived from the synthesis of relevant documents and research on composition and process of the model, thereafter, the data were collected by interviewing ten digital citizen development experts. The results were as follow:1. The model consists of four key components: the student and teacher roles, learning environment, mobile learning technology, and assessment. 2. There are seven-steps of learning: educating outside the classroom, preparing for classroom activities, awareness activities, survey problems, formulate a problem, brainstorming, and presenting problem solutions.3. The results of the evaluation of the teaching and learning model were the most appropriate.

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