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Development of Collaborative Learning with Creative Problem-solving Process Learning Environment to Develop Undergraduate Students’ Creative Problem-solving Skills

Sitthichai Laisema, Panita Wannapiroon


The purposes of this research study were 1) to develop a Collaborative Learning with Creative Problemsolving Process Model in Ubiquitous Learning Environment to develop undergraduate students’ creative problem-solving skills (U-CCPS model) 2) to evaluate a U-CCPS model. The research procedures were divided into two phases. The first phase was to develop U-CCPS model, and the second phase was to evaluate a U-CCPS model. The sample group in this study consisted of 5 experts in instructional design, information technology, u-Learning, and creative problem solving skills using purposive sampling. Data were analyzed by arithmetic mean and standard deviation. The research findings were as follows: (1) The U-CCPS model consisted of four components as followed: 1) principles, 2) objectives, 3) instructional process and 4) evaluation. The objective of the model is to develop a creative problem solving skills. The instructional process consisted of two stages. The first stage is the preparing stage and the second stage is learning stage. The evaluation of learning is to measure a creative problem solving skills development and authentic assessment. (2) The experts agree that a U-CCPS Model was appropriateness in a good level.


Collaborative Learning; Creative Problem-solving Process; u-Learning; Creative Problem-solving Skills

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