Abstract—English language learning for most of the Thai
students is rather boring, difficult, and not highly motivating
because they do not realize the importance of learning a
language used globally. These problems affect the effectiveness
of learning. Students’ achievement in language skills is
unsatisfactory. To solve this problem, the teaching and learning
of English in traditional classroom should be exciting and more
challenging. Electronic media is a suitable alternative to the
traditional classroom approach as it promotes students’
learning, attracts their attention, motivates them, and keeps
them interested for the duration of the lesson. However, the
e-learning process should have a learning environment that
allows students to use different methods and styles for learning,
and offers additional resources to support learning. One of the
objectives of this research is to develop an e-learning model for
teaching English to M.5 students using cooperative learning,
scaffolding and the MIAP learning process. The content design
and courseware development processes follow the ADDIE
model, and are presented by the MIAP learning process. This
model consists of eight modules as follows: student module,
teacher module, clustering module, STAD module, content
module, communication module, scaffolding module and
Index Terms—E-learning, cooperative learning, scaffolding, MIAP.
H. Wiphasith and R. Narumol are with the School of Information Technology, Social Technology, Suranaree University of Technology, Thailand 30000 (e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
C. Sumalee is with the Education Technology, Faculty of Education, Khon Kaen University, Thailand 40002 (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: H. Wiphasith, R. Narumol, and C. Sumalee, "A Model Developing e-Learning for M.5 English Language Teaching Using Cooperative Learning, Scaffolding and MIAP Learning Process (e-CL ScafMiap)," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 5, no. 5, pp. 377-381, 2015.