Development of Conquer of the Land of ASEAN Application to Enhance Knowledge on ASEAN Community for Early Childhood.


  • Pichsinee Puttitaweesri Faculty of Science and Technology, Suan Dusit University
  • Nongyao Nuchanart Faculty of Education, Suan Dusit Rajabhat University


Application, ASEAN, Early Childhood


The objectives of this research were 1) to develop a game-based learning application “Conquer of the Land of ASEAN” to educate early childhood students with knowledge on ASEAN Community; 2) to compare the knowledge of the early childhood students on ASEAN Community before and after the use of Conquer of the Land of ASEAN Application. The sample group consisted of 19 early childhood students of Kindergarten III, aged between 5-6 years, from La-orutis Demonstration School, Bangkok; obtained through simple random sampling technique. The trial period lasted for 6 weeks; 60 minutes a day, one day per week, in total of 12 periods. Research tools were Conquer of the Land of ASEAN Application, and placement test on knowledge of ASEAN Community of the samplers. The data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation, and t-test. The results of the study found that 1) The “Conquer of the Land of ASEAN” Application's evaluation was conducted to test the application performance on its function and quality. The result by the application experts indicates that the quality of the application is at a Very Good level in general ( = 4.42, S.D. = 0.41). 2) The early childhood student who had used Conquer of the Land of ASEAN Application had better knowledge about ASEAN Community than before trying this application. After comparing average scores obtained from the pre-test and post-test on knowledge on ASEAN Community conducted by early childhood students, the result demonstrated the post-test score higher than pre-test score, statistically significant at the 0.05 level.


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How to Cite

Puttitaweesri, P., & Nuchanart, N. (2023). Development of Conquer of the Land of ASEAN Application to Enhance Knowledge on ASEAN Community for Early Childhood. Journal of Multidisciplinary in Social Sciences, 15(2), 17–25. Retrieved from



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