Main Article Content
The purposes of this action research were to investigate ways of using Collaborative Problem-Based Learning (CPBL) with Padlet for enhancing Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) competency and to examine the result of the developed learning management for enhancing Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) competency on Electrochemistry. The participants were 19 Grade 11th students. The research methodology was classroom action research. The research instruments were: the developed lesson plans, reflect journal and the developed CPS test. Data analysis was conducted by using content analysis and data creditability by triangulation method was used. The study found that teacher gave students defined roles according to personal ability. Students identified the problem and learning goal of situation. After that student searched the data and took their own data to post on Padlet for chose necessary data. and collaborative problem solving. Finally, students evaluated the solution by Padlet for giving a possible solution and presented problem solution for another group members reflected on Padlet. The results found that most of students had a high level of competency after learning through CPBL and Padlet.
The owner of the article does not copy or violate any of its copyright. If any copyright infringement occurs or prosecution, in any case, the Editorial Board is not involved in all the rights to the owner of the article to be performed.
Antonenko, P. D., Hudson, G., Townsend, R., & Pritchard, J. (2011). DEEPER e-learning with environment for collaborative learning integrating problem solving experience (ECLIPSE). In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 1811-1816). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Chaidech, T., Chanunan, S., & Chaiyasit, W. C. (2017). Development of collaborative problem solving competency using research-based learning according to STEM education in fossil fuels and products. Journal of Research Unit on Science, Technology and Environment for Learning, 8(1), 51-66. [in Thai]
Cholsin, J., Kijkuakul, S., & Chaiyasith, W. C. (2017). The action research for developing learning management on stoichiometry based on stem approach emphasized engineering design process to promote collaborative problem solving competency. Journal of Education Naresuan University, 20(2), 32-46. [in Thai]
Delacruz, E., Brock, D., Fuglestad, T., Ferrell, K., Huffer, J., & Melvin, S. (2014). Teaching art in the age of social media: Firsthand accounts of five technology-savvy art teachers. Retrieved April 17, 2020, from http://www.elizabethdelacruz.com/uploads/5/4/3/6/5436943/delacruz_5techteachers.pdf
Education Technology Development and Service (ETS). (n.p.). Padlet. Retrieved August 12, 2019, from http://modps62.lib.kmutt.ac.th/files/Manual_PAdlet.pdf [in Thai]
Householder, D. L., & Hailey, C. E. (2012). Incorporating engineering design challenges into STEM courses. Retrieved from http://ncete.org/flash/pdfs/NCETECaucusReport.pdf
IPST. (2018a). Collaborative problem solving: How to test PISA. Retrieved July 14, 2019, from https://pisathailand.ipst.ac.th/issue-2018-25/ [in Thai]
IPST. (2018b). Results of PISA 2015 about collaborative problem solving: How to test PISA. Retrieved July 14, 2019, from https://pisathailand.ipst.ac.th/news-9/ [in Thai]
Khantajan, A. (2017). Development of science learning model using collaborative problem – based learning (CPBL) to enhance problem solving skills and collaboration skills for eighth grade students (Doctoral dissertation). Bangkok: Srinakharinwirot University. [in Thai]
Kijkuakul, S. (2014). Learning management direction for 21st century teachers. Phetchabun: Juldis Printing. [in Thai]
Kleinsmith, C. L. (2017). The effects of using Padlet on the academic performance and engagement of students in a fifth grade basic skills mathematics classroom (Master thesis). Glassboro, NJ: Rowan University.
OECD. (2013). Draft collaborative problem solving framework. Retrieved August 12, 2019, from http://www.oecd.org/pisa/pisaproducts/Draft%20PISA%202015%20Collaborative%20Problem%20Solving%20Framework%20.pdf
OECD. (2017). PISA 2015 assessment and analytical framework science, reading, mathematic, financial literacy and collaborative problem solving. Retrieved June 6, 2020, from https://read.oecd-ilibrary.org/education/pisa-2015-assessment-and-analytical-framework_9789264281820-en#page3
Panich, V. (2012). Way of learning for students in the 21st century skills. Bangkok: Sodsri-Saritwong Foundation. [in Thai]
Partnership for 21st Century Skills (2009). A framework for twenty-first century learning. Retrieved http://www.p21.org/
Phasuk, P. (2016). An action research for enhancing collaborative problem solving competency of grade 10 students in topic “Digestive System” using learning management through DEEPER scaffolding framework (Master thesis). Phitsanulok: Naresuan University. [in Thai]
Roonghuaphai, R., Chamchuri, D., Poonsuwan, S., & Yoonisil, W. (2015). Development of measurement a development of learning management plan for encouraging collaborative competencies for primary students. Journal of Educational Research Faculty of Education, Srinakharinwirot University, 9(1), 109-116. [in Thai]
Srimongkol, S. (2014). Promoting 21st century skills: Communication and collaboration skill in the science classroom on cell and its component by simulation techniques (Master thesis). Khon Kaen: Khon Kaen University. [in Thai]
Tayom, C. (2016). Action research for developing collaborative problem solving competency by using DEEPER scaffolding framework on stoichiometry topic for enrichment science classroom, mathayomsuksa IV students (Master thesis). Phitsanulok: Naresuan University. [in Thai]
Thailand Development Research Institute. (2013). Report of Basic Education Strategic for responsibility. Bangkok: Thailand Development Research Institute. [in Thai]
Wijakkanalan, S. (2005). Learning management of science department for enhancing higher order thinking. Khon Kaen: Khon Kaen University. [in Thai]