Learning by the Experience Appending Activity in Science Skill “Learn Science by Practice” of Science content for grade 4-6’s students, Ban Kaonumphet School, Amphur Muang, Kamphaeng Phet Province

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รัชนี นิธากร
ขวัญดาว แจ่มแจ้ง
ภาเกล้า ภูมิใหญ่
นพรัตน์ ไชยวิโน

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This research has the aim as 1. to develop the experience appending activity in science skill by using “learn science by practice” which was efficiency 80/80 2. to study the output and outcome of the experience appending activity in science skill by using “learn science by practice” of grade 4-6’s students by using “learn science by practice” at Ban Kaonamphet School, Amphur Muang, Kamphaeng Phet Province. The sampling were 37 students in 2011. The results found that  the science learning efficiency by using “learn science by practice” for each of grade 4-6’s students were higher score than 80/80 standard score and the output and outcome of the experience appending activity in science skill by using “learn science by practice” were 1) the achievement of the education was pre-test score higher than post-test score which was significant different at the 0.01 level,  the students had 2) high to highest level in 13th science skill developing and 5 from 8 science attitudes, 3) high level in 5 desirable characteristics and 8 learner’s capacities, and developed their skill in 21st century completed for 3 R and nearly completed for 7 C : excepted the Cross-cultural understanding skill.

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