Effects of AL-MIAP-based Learning Management to Promote Digital Intelligence for Undergraduate Students
Keywords:Learning Management, Active Learning Management, AL MIAP Learning Model, Digital Intelligence and Copyright Literacy
AbstractThis paper has two main aims: the first is to study pre- and post- leaning achievement utilizing AL MIAP to promote copyright digital intelligence for Suan Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University undergraduate students; and the three is to investigate the appropriateness of leaning management adopting an AL MIAP leaning model to promote the students’ digital intelligence. An AL MIAP learning model was utilized in the processes to promote five digital intelligence skills, i.e. respecting copyright, prevention, checking before sharing, threat awareness and using safely. Fifty-eight Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University undergraduate students in the three year enrolled in the introduction to digital economy course and were selected in a sample group. The tools were: Kahoot!, Google Forms, content network chart, pre- and post-test, digital media copyright test and the AL MIAP learning model. Percentage, mean, S.D, and T-test were applied in the research. The study revealed that the post-learning achievement was better that the pre-learning achievement with statistical significance at 0.01; the students gained total scores of 17.06, which was 7.16 points higher than the pre-learning scores, signifying that their digital intelligence skills were better. As for AL MIAP leaning model, it revealed that this model was appropriate at the highest level.
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