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ERIC Number: EJ1151755
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2017-Aug-10
Pages: 13
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: EISSN-1990-3839
An Instructional Design Model with the Cultivating Research-Based Learning Strategies for Fostering Teacher Students' Creative Thinking Abilities
Khuana, Khwanchai; Khuana, Tanthip; Santiboon, Toansakul
Educational Research and Reviews, v12 n15 p712-724 Aug 2017
Designing the instructional model with the innovative the "Research-Based Learning Strategy Lesson Plans" of the effectiveness of the processing performance and the resulting performance (E1/E2) with the IOC value determining standardized criteria of 80/80 were developed. Students' perceptions were assessed with the 30-item "Research-Based Learning Strategies" (RBLS) in six scales. Students' creative thinking abilities adapted version into the 10-item "Creative Thinking Ability Questionnaire" (CTAQ) was used. Associations between students' perceptions of their cultivating learning strategies and their creative thinking abilities were analyzed. A sample size consisted of 626 senior teacher students from 21 Foundational Education classes in Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University in two semesters of the academic year 2015. Statistically significant was found that; the lessening effectiveness (E1/E2) evidenced of 80.73/80.98 over the threshold setting was 80/80. The 5-professional expert educators' responses of the IOC revealed of 0.76. The RBLS and CTAQ were validated and reliable with the internal consistency was analyzed. Students' perceptions of their RBLS and their CTAQ toward Foundational Education Subject were positive relatively. The multiple correlations R was 0.79 and the predictive efficiency value (R[superscript 2] ) indicated that 62% of the variances in students' creative thinking abilities to their classes were attributable for their perceptions of their individualized classroom environments. Suggestions that of these research findings, the designing instructional model for fostering students' creative thinking abilities with the research methodology, research procedure, sample design of research instruments and other components of this research, it would be valuable and had the highest benefit for further research study.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Higher Education
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Thailand
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