Initiative Description: The learning framework combined 3 levels of e-learning program instruction: 1) the design architecture was provided at the design level, which determined the depth of learning 2) inductive and expository instructional strategies, which present examples and then present general information such as case studies and program learning, were used at the development level 3) the implementation level determined the experience of learners using 2 elements (absorbing and doing) but did not use the interaction and reflection because the e-learning program was designed for electronic interaction by using blogs and web chats. 2 concepts of learning design architecture and learning experience were combined to make up the design matrix, which used 5 strategies: 1) the program provided the context through lectures and reading and then used programmed learning to provide immediate feedback to learners in the exercise part 2) learners participated and discussed feedback with instructors using web chats and blogging.
Study Results: The academic achievement and average GPA significantly influenced improvements in reading subjects and the intelligence indicator had a significant effect on mathematics subjects in both areas.
Reference: Panyajamorn, T., Suanmali, S., Kohda, Y., Chongphaisal, P., & Supnithi, T. (2018). EFFECTIVENESS OF E-LEARNING DESIGN AND AFFECTING VARIABLES IN THAI PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Malaysian Journal of Learning and Instruction,15(1), 1-34.
Level of Evidence: Good