LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF INTERACTION SCIENCE SIMULATIONS-BASED PHYSICS
This research aimed to examine the learning achievement of interactive science simulations-based physics; therefore, the interactive science simulations-based self-learning for the duration of 1 semester was designed by the authors. Mid- and post-learning achievement was evaluated, while the analysis and processing were carried using package software to identify the following statistics: number, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, and analysis of variance at statistical significance level of .05 (P= .05).
The research results indicated that, based on mid-learning and final exam scores, there was indifferent learning achievement among students in the groups of interactive science simulations-based and normal physics teaching. Moreover, mid-learning achievement in physics of both groups of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University students was higher than final exam scores at a statistical significance level of .05.