The Development of an Instructional Model Base on Steam to Enhance Technological Innovation Creativity Skills

Authors

  • akesit chanintarapum The demonstration school, Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University Nakhon Pathom
  • Maream Nillapan Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University Nakhon Pathom
  • Wisud PoNgern Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University Nakhon Pathom
  • Anirut Satimon Faculty of Education, Silpakorn University Nakhon Pathom

Keywords:

STEAM, Technology Innovation Creativity Skills, 6Ds Model

Abstract

             This report entails the Development of an Instructional Model Base on Steam to Enhance Technology Innovation Creativity Skills. The model applies knowledge management consistent with 21st century skills. The Steam concepts and the Technology Innovation Creativity Skills can start with creativity and imagination, and go on to communicate their own ideas, functions, aesthetics, and integrative learning. The solving of problems and obstacles arising in society should stay abreast of technological changes. Knowledge of new ideas should be communicated to others, as should the creation and use of new ideas and innovations. The 6Ds Model can help develop and facilitate student learning and understanding of Technology Innovation Creativity Skills. The model is an integrated learning concept that connects science, technology, engineering, and art together with project-based concepts of integrated learning and design thinking processes. The learning process consists of six steps: 1. Define, 2. Discover, 3. Design and Distribute, 4. Develop, 5. Decision-making, and 6. Display. Evaluation of technological innovation skills are divided into five areas: 1) Identify, 2) Explore, 3) Connect, 4) Develop, and 5) Practice.

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Published

2021-06-20

How to Cite

chanintarapum เ. ., Nillapan ม. ., PoNgern ว. ., & Satimon อ. . (2021). The Development of an Instructional Model Base on Steam to Enhance Technological Innovation Creativity Skills. Research and Development Journal Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 13(1), 246–265. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/irdssru/article/view/247043

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