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The purpose of this research was to develop a project-based learning model with social media to enhance creativity for the lower secondary students. The samples were sixteen students studied at the third grade of the school, Auaangoonwittaya School, in the second semester of academic year 2016. The research consisted of two phases: phase 1: creating and monitoring the quality of the Project-based teaching model with social media to enhance creativity for junior high school students Phase 2 trial and studying of the use of developed model. The results showed that:
1. The developed model consisted of five components: 1) the foundation of the model, 2) the goal of the model, 3) the learning process of the model, 4) the use of the model, and 5) the effects on the learner. In teaching and learning, there were six learning steps: 1) prepare; 2) problem select; 3) plan the project; 4) implement the plan; 5) write a report; and 6) evaluate the project.
2. The finding were: 1) The students learn in a project-based learning model with social media to enhance creativity for junior high school students. Overall, There were a significant differences in creativity pretest and posttest scores after learning at the .01 level. 2) The students’ work assignment creativity were in good level and 3) The students satisfied with learning through project-based learning model with social media to enhance creativity for junior high school students, the overall was at high level.
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