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This research aims 1) to study learning achievement of STEM Education between different styles learner, 2) to compare pre and post learning achievement, Science process skills and attitude toward science learning with STEM education, between different learning styles learner. The sample use in this research were matthayomsuksa 2/7 and 2/8 students, 42 students of one class room, who learned in the 1st semester of 2016 academic year of MuangKalasin school Ampher Muang Kalasin Province, Kalasin secondary educational Area 24. The sample was selected by Multistage Random sampling technique. The tools used in this research consisted of 1) 7 plan of 14 hours of STEM educational Teaching plans, matter and substance, matthayomsuksa 2, 2) 60 items of student learning style survey form, 3) science learning achievement on the topic of matter and substance that is multiple choices form of 40 items ; 4 choices per item, 4) test of science process skills that include 13 skills; 30 items ( 4 choices per item), 5) 20 items of rating scale (5 level ) of science attitude test. Statistic used in this research were paired samples t-test, F-test (One-way MANOVA). The result revealed that:
1) Students who learned with STEM educational management had their average learning achievement, science process skills and attitude toward science learning, pre score learning were 12.07, 11.21 and 3.82 (on the high level) in order. Whilst post score were 25.21 (52.12%), 21.07 (46.80%) and 4.53 (15.67%) (on the highest level) in order. The students who learned with STEM Educational management had post learning achievement, science process skills and attitude in science skills higher than pre-learning at .05 level of statistical significance.
2) Different learning style students had no significant in learning achievement but students who learned with STEM Educational management had science process skills and science attitude higher than pre-learning at .05 level of statistical significance. The critical thinking learning style students had average score of science process skills and science attitude higher than other.