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The purposes of the research are Assess current conditions and expectations on Creative Problem Solving for the Education Students at Rajabhat University Upper Central Region by using mixed methods research. It includes in-depth interviews and assessment of current conditions and expectations. The sample group used in this research is divided into 2 groups as follows 1. The sample group used in the in-depth interview was the administrators, teachers, mentors and teachers at Rajabhat University, Upper Central Region 5 locations in the academic year 2019, amount 20 people 2. The sample group used to assess the current conditions and expected conditions is Faculty of Education students at Rajabhat University Upper Central Region Academic year 2019, amount 326 people. The research instruments were in - depth interview form and assess the current conditions and expectations. The Data analysis by describing the interview results from descriptive analysis and data analysis using percentage, mean, standard deviation and PNIModified. The results showed that administrators, teachers mentors and teachers had opinions that creative problem solving skills of students in the Faculty of Education Rajabhat University, Upper Central Region had low ability levels. They should be developed and strengthened in various skills and the level of need for creative problem solving skills of needs for the Education Student at Rajabhat University Upper Central Region. Exploring the Problem was at the highest followed by Generating Creative Ideas, Fact finding, Creative implementing the Solution and Creative choosing the Solution respectively.
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