Brainstorming-Based Learning Approach in Computer Graphics Course to Promote Creative Thinking Ability
The purposes of this study were to 1) study the learning achievement of students in a Computer Graphics course learned by Brainstorming, 2) study the creative thinking of students in a Computer Graphics course learned by Brainstorming, and 3) survey the students’ satisfaction towards the Brainstorming-Based Approach. The sample group was 17 students from IT program, in Faculty of Sciences and Technology, Muban Chombueng Rajabhat University, who enrolled in Computer Graphics course. The tools consisted of (1) a lesson plan of Brainstorming-Based Approach in the Computer Graphics course, (2) creative thinking test, (3) an evaluation form on creative thinking ability, and (4) a satisfaction survey towards the Brainstorming-Based Approach. The data was analysis by mean, standard deviation, and t-test. The findings revealed that 1) the comparison of the learning achievement scores showed the difference at a significance level of .01, 2) the result of creative thinking assessment of students in a Computer Graphics course learned by Brainstorming founds that an average result of pretest is 4.32 score which signifies as 43.24 percent and an average result of posttest is 7.24 score which signifies as 72.35 percent, and 3) the overall satisfaction of the students towards the Brainstorm- Based Approach was at a high level (mean= 4.28).
Brainstorming; Computer Graphics Course; Creative Thinking Ability
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