Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Language, Education, Humanities & Innovation 2015
ISBN 978-967-13140-2-9

Learning Management Using the Geometer’s Sketchpad to Construct the Understanding of Mathematical Concepts for Eleventh Grade Students

Zainanee Donraman

Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University


The purposes of this action research were to investigate the efficiencies of learning management ( ) using the Geometer’s Sketchpad (GSP) in the topic of limit and continuity of functions, to examine student understandings of mathematical concepts, and to evaluate the student satisfaction towards learning with GSP. Participants in this study were consisted of 34 grade-11 students studying in the second semester, academic year 2014, Samsenwittayalai School, Bangkok, Thailand. The instruments used in this study were learning management plans, achievement tests, and a questionnaire. Activity worksheets and quizzes were used to assess efficiency of the learning process ( ). The posttest was used to assess efficiency of the learning outcomes ( ) and to examine student achievement. A questionnaire was used to evaluate student satisfaction. The researcher found that the proposed learning management integrated with GSP had efficiencies at = 85.12/85.93 which were greater than the expected criterion at 70/70. The achievement test results had the average score at 85.93% which showed the positive effect of the proposed strategy on student understandings of mathematical concepts. Student satisfaction towards this learning management was at high level (average 4.24/5.00).


Geometer’s Sketchpad, Understanding of Mathematical Concepts, Student Satisfaction

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