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A Study of the Efficacy of Project Based Learning in Database Design. Saisunee Jabjone a1102923@hotmail.com Nakhonratchasima Rajabhat University. Why Project base learning? . Tell me—and I will forget. Show me—and I may remember. Involve me—and I will understand. Confucius (450 B.C.).

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A study of the efficacy of project based learning in database design

AStudy of the Efficacy of Project Based Learning in Database Design

Saisunee Jabjone

a1102923@hotmail.com

Nakhonratchasima Rajabhat University


A study of the efficacy of project based learning in database design

Why Project base learning?

Tell me—and I will forget.

Show me—and I may remember.

Involve me—and I will understand.

Confucius (450 B.C.)


Involve me and i will understand

Average Retention Rate

5%

10%

20%

30%

50%

75%

90%

Involve Me and I Will Understand

From: National Training Laboratories, Bethel Maine


Why project base learning
Why Project base learning?

  • Student could not analysis and

    design the real world project.


What is project based learning
What is Project-Based Learning?

Studentsactively engaged in learning

Teachersas facilitators and coaches


Characteristics of pbl
Characteristics of PBL

  • Organizes standards-based curriculum around a meaningful open-ended problem or project with more than one approach or answer

  • Encourages active inquiry and higher-order thinking skills

  • Engages students as stakeholders

  • Creates a learning environment where teachers coach, guide inquiry and facilitate deeper levels of understanding

  • Concludes with realistic products


Project based learning
Project Based Learning

  • emphasizes learning activities that are:

    • student-centered

      • They become the problem solver, decisions maker, investigator, documentarian

      • They take on the role of those working in a particular discipline

    • long-term

      • Projects can be a variety of lengths

      • What they are not is one-day teacher centered lessons

    • integrated with real world issues and practices and have compelling questions

      • Significance beyond the classroom walls


Project based learning1
Project Based Learning

  • Develops real world skills

    • many of the skills are those desired by today's employer such as:

      • the ability to work well with others

      • make thoughtful decisions

      • take initiative

      • solve complex problems.

  • Allows for a variety of learning styles

    • accessible for all learners


The students move
The Students Move

  • from following orders

    . . to carrying out self-directed learning activities

  • from memorizing and repeating

    . . To discovering, integrating and presenting

  • from listening and reacting

    . . To communicating and taking responsibility


The students move1
The Students Move

  • from knowledge of facts, terms and content

    . . to understanding processes

  • from theory

    . . to application of theory

  • from teacher dependent

    . . to empowered


Objective
Objective

To investigate the effectiveness of project-based learning in database subject


Methodology

Problem Definition and

Project Objective

  • Analysis and conceptual design

Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD)

II. Relational database mapping

Relational scheme and normalization

III. Database implementation

Application

Presentation and documentation

Methodology

50 IT students who enrolled in Database subject




Results
Results

  • more experience in analysis (84.62%)

  • collaborate with colleagues on solving common tasks (53.85%)

  • more exchange and discussion (84.62%)

  • However, they have far less experience with find the learning resource

    (only 23.07% are familiar with learning by themself) and using the Internet

    to find peers for solving problems (only 38.46% answered positively).

  • Majority of them (53.85%) reported that they have learned as effectively

    as in traditional way, and 30.77% reported that they have learned more than

    in traditional way.


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • Project-based learning helps students develop skills for living in a knowledge-based, highly technological society.

  • Students make effective use of IT as they produce a product, presentation, or performance

  • IT is integrated into the learning – students are NOT learning IT skills in isolation

  • technology is used to promote critical thinking and communication