The Development of Science Activity Packages Using Local Resources of the Demonstration School Students Chiang Rai Rajabhat University
This research aims to To develop a series of science activities using local resources of the students of Demonstration School, Chiang Rai Rajabhat University. And to find out the effectiveness of the activity series. The population used in this study included teachers, administrators, community leaders, philosophers, and villagers. It should be a series of activities. STEM teaching methods by local resources of Ban Du 19 villages. The development of grade 4 consisted of 4 sets of activities: (1) lemongrass, (2) fly slabs, (3) potted plants from pineapple bark. (4) Bamboo rainbow camera (1) pineapple soap (2) scented candle from pandan (3) fish paste pellets from pineapple peels (4) clear water filter from bamboo shoots natural (1) Pineapple ice cream (2) Banana steak pack (3) Minor nutritionist (4) Fruit candle 2. Effectiveness study of activity set The quality of education by the experts. The overall level is very high. The average score was 4.00 and the standard deviation 0.59 was higher than the criterion of 80.17 / 92.
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