Ideas for Creation: A Comparison of the Learning Results of Three-Dimensional Images between Active Learning and Child-Centered Education of Product Design Students

Songwut S. Egwutvongsa, Somchai Seviset


This research conducted a comparison of the learning results for the creation of three-dimensional images between active learning and child-centered education. The population and group sampling comprised 90 freshmen students in the Design Education program of King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang during the Academic Year 2019-2020. Similarly, the population was classified from the selection of systematic random sampling with 45 people for active learning and 45 people for child-centered education. In addition, the research tool used in this research was knowledge and skills test for the students, which was an appropriate test with the simplicity and ability to categorize, accordingly (P = .64; r = .62). The results showed that the students who were studying active learning had higher scores than those studying child-centered education, which had a statistical significance of .05. This case brought the positive features of each of the two methods to be integrated as mixed learning that would also be suitable for the study program of the students. As a result, it was found that the pretest and t post-test had a correlation (Sig. = 0.000) in a positive direction (r = 0.492), as well as displayed the post-test scores at a higher level than the pretest scores, thus having a statistical significance level of .05.


Idea; three-dimensional images; active learning; child-centered education; product design

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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