The Instruction Focuses on Research : Instructional Paradigm in the 21st Century

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ขวัญชัย ขัวนา
ธารทิพย์ ขัวนา

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Research-based Learning encourages learners to self-discover the knowledge and learning begins from eagerness to disclose knowledge and they have to apply various strategies in search for the right and answers by rational summary with clear logic and reliability. The learning process in this regard comprises five steps. Step 1: Define the problem (Question); Step 2: Determine how to solve problems (Learn); Step 3: Processing information (Answer); Step 4: Analyze information (Investigation); and Step 5: Conclusion (Summarize). Learning under this environment would promote learners to get higher learning achievement, research knowledge, positive attitude towards research, ethics in doing research, collaborative learning, critical thinking, problem-solving skills, creative and innovative skills, cooperation, teamwork and leadership skills, better understanding on cross-cultural perception, IT and media literacy skills, computer and communication skills. This also includes career skills, learning skills, and adaptation skills as these skills are crucial for the learners to use and apply knowledge and skills in order to live a happy life in the 21st century.

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