The development of learning management according to STEAM Education on balance conditions of students in Matthayomsuksa 4

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Pipitchai Soichomphupong

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The objectives of this study were 1) to design a learning management according to the STEAM Education criterion 75/75, 2) to compare the achievement learning management in accordance with the STEAM Education before and after after learning, and 3) to further study the satisfaction of students Learning management in accordance with STEAM Education
 on balance conditions of students in Matthayomsuksa 4; the population group is Matthayomsuksa 4 students at Dongdaochaengpattanasuksa School, Renu Nakhon District, Nakhon Phanom Province, semester 2 of the academic year 2020 under the Nakhon Phanom Secondary Education Service Area Office, amounting to 1 classroom. The total number of students is 28 students, obtained by selective selection. The tools used in the research were the development plan, learning management according to the STEAM Education on balance conditions, the STEAM Education on balance conditions learning activity set, the learning achievement test on the subject of equilibrium condition, and the STEAM Education Learning Activity Set. Assessing satisfaction with learning management towards learning management according to the STEAM Education on balance conditions of students in Matthayomsuksa 4.


                The results of the study found that 1) the learning management plan according to the STEAM Education efficiency was 83.71/82.74 which was higher than the set threshold, which was higher than the set criteria. with average after school achievement statistically significantly higher than before school at the .01 level and 3) Matthayomsuksa 4 students who received the learning management according to the STEAM Education on Balance, were satisfied with the learning management. According to the STEAM Education on equilibrium, the overall level was at the highest level.

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Soichomphupong, P. (2022). The development of learning management according to STEAM Education on balance conditions of students in Matthayomsuksa 4. Journal of Engineering Technology Access (JETA) (Online), 2(1), 43–55. https://doi.org/10.14456/jeta.2022.4
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