Development of logical thinking ability, mathematical learning habits of mind, and work commitment application on “Analysis of quantitative data and its presentation” of Matthayomsuksa 6 Students using the Buddhist method focused on active learning

Main Article Content

Mathasit Tanyarattanasrisakul

Abstract

          The objectives of this research were to 1) synthesis the Buddhist method focused on active learning (BMAL) process 2) compare logical thinking ability before, between, and after learning management 3) compare mathematical learning habits of mind before and after learning management, and 4) study work commitment after learning management. Key informants were 5 high school teachers expert on mathematical learning management and Buddhist method. Research samples were 38 Matthayomsuksa 6 students at the second semester of academic year 2020 of Rachineeburana School, Nakhon Pathom province. Research design was one-group pretest-posttest design mixed with time series design. Research tools consisted of 1) assessment form of suitability, theoretical consistency and possibility of implementation 2) lesson plan 3) logical thinking test 4) mathematical learning habits of mind test and 5) work commitment evaluation form. Statistical data analysis used were arithmetic mean, standard deviation, t-test, and repeated measure analysis of variance.


          The results of this research founded that 1) the BMAL process entitle of “METHA” comprised of 5 steps of learning management : mental readiness (M), explore the content (E), trust on investigation (T), human interaction (H) and assessment & conclusion (A), with suitable, theoretical consistency, and possibility of its implementation at the highest level, 2) logical thinking ability of Matthayomsuksa 6 students after learning management by BMAL was higher than between learning, and logical thinking between learning was higher than before learning at 0.05 statistical significant, and there was an upward trend, respectively 3) mathematical learning habits of mind of the students after learning management by BMAL was higher than between and before learning at 0.05 statistical significant, and 4) work commitment of the students after learning management by BMAL was at a good level.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

Section
บทความวิจัย (Research article)

References

Amnuayvorachai, K. (2012). Innovation in teaching statistics. Eastern Asia University Academic Journal, 6(2), 39-46. (in Thai)

Charoenwongsak, K. (2000). National brain molding: educational reform strategy. Bangkok: Success Media. (in Thai)

Chuuwanthawee, C. (2018). Teaching and learning mathematics. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press. (in Thai)

Costa, A. L. (2001). Developing minds: a resource book for teaching thinking. Alexandria: Association for supervision and curriculum development.

Dechakhup, P., & Yindesuk, P. (2018). Active learning combined with PLC for development. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press. (in Thai)

Fedler, R. M., & Brent, R. (1996). Navigating the bumpy road to student–centered instruction. College teaching, 44(2), 43-47.

Ferguson, G. A. (1989). Statistical analysis in psychology and education. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Hongsakul, W. (2018). Aggressive learning management in the era of Thailand 4.0. Proceedings of Graduate School Conference 2018 (pp. 479-486). Bangkok: Suan Sunandha Rajabhat university. (in Thai)

Jitchayavanich, K. (2020). Learning management. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press. (in Thai)

Khaemmanee, T. (2009). Pedagogy: knowledge for effective learning process. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press. (in Thai)

Klindokkaew, N. (2020). Buddhist methods of teaching. Retrieved 26 August 2020, from https://www.gotoknow.org/posts/3005382563 (in Thai)

Laowreandee, W., Kitrungruang, P., & Sirisamphan, O. (2017). Active learning management strategies to develop thinking and enhancing the quality of education for the 21st century. Nakhon Pathom: Petchkasem Printing Group. (in Thai)

Meyers, C., & Jones, T. B. (1993). Promoting active learning: strategies for the college classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Nilphan, M. (2011). Educational research methodology. Nakhon Pathom: Silpakorn University Press. (in Thai)

Nueangchaloem, P. (2013). Teaching and learning research. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press. (in Thai)

Phritikul, S. (2015). Active learning management. Retrieved 17 May 2019, from http://km.buu.ac.th/article/frontend/article_detail/141 (in Thai)

Saiyot, L., & Saiyot, A. (1995). Educational research techniques. Bangkok: Children's Club. (in Thai)

Sariwat, L. (2015). Cognition. Bangkok: Odeon Store. (in Thai)

Sinthapanon, S., Sukying, F., Weerakiatsunthorn, J., & Napharat, P. (2019). Various teaching methods for improving the quality of Thai youth. Bangkok: 9199 Techniques Printing. (in Thai)

Sirichanyaphong, N., Rojanaleis, N., & Keidnaimongkol, U. (2017). Working determination behavior of junior high school students. Nakhonchaisri district Nakhon Pathom province under the office of the secondary educational service area 9. Journal of Integrated Social Science, 5(2), 132-157. (in Thai)

Suthirat, C. (2012). 80 Innovative learning management that focuses on students as a priority. Bangkok: Danax. (in Thai)

Tanyarattanasrisakul, M., Wongsathonbunrat, W., & Sanitdee, P. (2020). Synthesis of research related to mathematical learning management (research report). Nakhon Pathom: Rachineeburana School. (in Thai)

Tanyarattanasrisakul, M., Wongsathonbunrat, W., Sanitdee, P., & Kadsuwan, W. (2020). Construct validity test of mathematical learning habits of mind for Matthayomsuksa 6 students of Rachineeburana school. Proceedings of the 17th national conference (pp. 4108-4118). Nakhon Pathom: Kasetsart University. (in Thai)

Thipkong, S. (2003). Mathematics curriculum and teaching. Bangkok: Academic Quality Development Institute. (in Thai)

Wanitchabancha, K. (2008). Statistical principle. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press. (in Thai)

Wongsakuldee, S., Phromrak, P., & Angkhanaphatkhachon, V. (2015). The results of the mathematics learning activities with active learning. On the problem solving ability and mathematical reasoning on statistics of Mathayomsuksa III students. Veridian E-Journal, Silpakorn university (humanities, social sciences and arts), 8(2), 1265-1281. (in Thai)

Woramethisrisakul, U., Deesuankhok, C., Nangtharaj, A., Wiangkha, S., Buachuay, S., & Srirawan, S. (2018).

Buddhist teaching methods. Journal of graduate studies Mahachula Khon Kaen, 5(1), 71-81. (in Thai)