The Effects of Cognitively Guided Instruction Learning Activities with Advancing Children’s Mathematical Thinking on Mathematical Problem Solving and Connection Abilities of Mathayomsuksa VI Students

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Chayanon Chaiyarak
Apunchanit Jenjit
Vetcharit Angganapattarakajorn

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The purposes of this research were: to compare the mathematical problems solving and mathematical connection ability of students after learning activities management using cognitively guided instruction learning activities with advancing children’s mathematical thinking with a 70 percent criterion. The sample were selected by cluster random sampling technique. They were 41 Mathayomsuksa VI students at BanbungManoon Wittayakarn School. The research instruments used in this research were: 1. ten lesson plans with cognitively guided instruction learning activities with advancing children’s mathematical thinking with suitability of 4.78. 2. Mathematical problem solving and connection ability test with reliability of 0.89. The data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation, and t-test for one sample. Research results were; The mathematical problem solving and mathematical connection ability of Mathayomsuksa VI students after learning activities management using cognitively guided instruction learning activities with advancing children’s mathematical thinking waere significantly higher than criterion of 70 percent at the .05 level.

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