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Title: The development of physics achievement on linear motion for the secondary school level 4 using Inductive method
Authors: Tosantia, Nattha
Tosantia, Natcha
Malinin, Kanjana
Tuscharoen, Suparat
Siengsanoh, Kittipong
Siengsanoh, Mattanee
Keywords: Inductive Method
Learning Achievement
Linear motion
Issue Date: 10-Jul-2020
Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1 ) to compare learning achievement in physics. Linear motion of students before and after learning by using inductive method. 2 ) To compare the learning achievement in physics linear motion of students after study by using inductive method with 70 percent criterion. The target group in the research is 3 0 the secondary school level 4 students, selected by specific selection. Learning management plans using inductive method. The tools used for collecting data were statistical tests used in data analysis such as frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test and Item-Objective Congruence Index (IOC). The research found that 1. Academic achievement in physics on linear motion After studying higher than before using the inductive learning management, the calculated t value was 23.29 which showed that the post-learning achievement score was higher than before learning at the statistical significance level of .05 2. Physics achievement in linear motion after studying using inductive learning management 70 percent above the threshold.
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