THE STUDY OF PHYSICS PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY AND PHYSICS ACHIEVEMENT ON MOMENTUM AND COLLISIONS OF TENTH GRADE STUDENTS BY USING THE INQUIRY METHOD INCORPORATED WITH POLYA’S PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUE

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Thanyarat Phonyiam
Sarun Phibranchon
Kittima Panprueksa

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The purposes of this research were to compare physics problem solving ability and physics achievement of tenth grade students after using the inquiry method incorporated with Polya’s problem solving technique with 70 percent criteria and to compare physics achievement of tenth grade students after using the inquiry method incorporated with Polya’s problem solving technique with before using that. The participants of this research consisted of 41 tenth grade students in the second semester of academic year 2016 at Saensuk School, Chonburi Province. They were selected through the cluster random sampling. The research instruments were lesson plans using the inquiry method incorporated with Polya’s problem solving technique, physics problem solving ability test, and physics achievement test. The data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, one sample t-test, and dependent sample t-test. The results of this research showed that physics problem solving ability and physics achievement of tenth grade students after using the inquiry method incorporated with Polya’s problem solving technique were statistically significant higher than the 70 percent criterion at the .05 and the posttest scores of physics achievement were statistically significant higher than the pretest scores of that at the .05.

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Phonyiam, T., Phibranchon, S., & Panprueksa, K. (2019). THE STUDY OF PHYSICS PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY AND PHYSICS ACHIEVEMENT ON MOMENTUM AND COLLISIONS OF TENTH GRADE STUDENTS BY USING THE INQUIRY METHOD INCORPORATED WITH POLYA’S PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUE. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 22(1), 84-95. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/94664
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