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This research aimed to development of Computational Thinking by using the Problem-based Learning in Probability for Grade 10th Students. The participants consisted of 42 students of Noenmaprangsuksawittaya School in the second semester 2018 academic year. The research instruments were four lesson plans based on Problem–based Learning in Probability, activity sheets, and Computational Thinking problem solving test. Data were analyzed by content analysis and data creditability by triangulation method.
The results revealed that most of students who studied through Problem–based Learning in Probability were in excellent level of Computational Thinking as students with 78.57% can decompose problems into sub-problems, 83.33% of students can consider the pattern of the problem, 54.76% of students can consider the essence of the problem, and 52.38% of students can design algorithm.
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