Learning Process as STEM Education to Promote Learning and Innovation Skills for High School Students

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Promphak Bungbua

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The purposes of this article were 1) to study the opinions of the state of STEM Education of high school students 2) to study the expectations of learning and innovation skills for high school students, and 3) to study the relationship between STEM Education and expectations, promoting learning and innovation skills for high school students. The sample groups were 395 students of Mathayomsuksa 1-6 studying in a special learning group (Science-Mathematics) by Yamane at 95% confidence level. The instruments in the research were questionnaires that opinions on state of STEM Education and expectations for learning and innovation skills for high school students that reliability is 0.83.


The results of the research were found that 1) the opinions towards the state of STEM Education were at a high level 2) the expectations of learning and innovation skills for high school students were at a high level and 3) the correlation of STEM Education correlated with learning and innovation skills coefficient between .710 and .830 and the design of problem solving and planning and problem-solving process were at high level that significance at the level of .01. The findings could be used to design proactive learning activities and learning atmosphere that promote learning and innovation skills for high school students.

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Bungbua, P. (2020). Learning Process as STEM Education to Promote Learning and Innovation Skills for High School Students. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 8(3), 968-980. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/241280
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