A STUDY OF SCIENCE LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT AND GROUP WORK BEHAVIOR ON THE RESPONSE OF PLANT AND ANIMAL FOR 2 nd GRADE STUDENTS USING THE COOPERATIVE LEARNING : GROUP INVESTIGATION (GI)

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คนิษา ลำภาศาล นพมณี เชื้อวัชรินทร์ สมศิริ สิงห์ลพ

Abstract

This research aims to study of science learning achievement and group work  behavior on the  response of  plant and animal  for 2 nd grade students using the cooperative  learning : group investigation (GI) in the first semester the academic year 2017 at "Piboonbumpen" Demonstration School, Burapha University. The participants of the study were obtained by the cluster random sampling technique (n=26). The research instruments consisted of 1) lesson plans on the response of  plant and animal using cooperative  learning : group investigation (GI), 2) a science learning achievement test, and 3) group work behavior assessment form. Mean, standard deviation, and t-test were used to analyze the data.


The research findings were summarized as follows:


1. The post-test means scores of science learning achievement of 2 nd grade students after using the cooperative  learning : group investigation (GI) teaching were significantly higher than the pre-test means scores at the .05 level.


2. The post-test means scores of science learning achievement of 2 nd grade students after using the cooperative  learning : group investigation (GI) teaching were significantly higher than 70 percent criterion at the .05 level.


3. The post-test means scores of group work behavior of 2 nd grade students after using the cooperative learning : group investigation (GI) teaching were significantly higher than the pre-test means scores at the .05 level.


4. The post-test means scores of group work behavior of 2 nd grade students after using the cooperative learning : group investigation (GI) teaching were significantly higher than 70 percent criterion at the .05 level.

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ลำภาศาลค., เชื้อวัชรินทร์น., & สิงห์ลพส. (2018). A STUDY OF SCIENCE LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT AND GROUP WORK BEHAVIOR ON THE RESPONSE OF PLANT AND ANIMAL FOR 2 nd GRADE STUDENTS USING THE COOPERATIVE LEARNING : GROUP INVESTIGATION (GI). Journal of Industrial Education, 17(2), 93-100. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/126763
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