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Imagineering Learning With Logical Problem Solving

Pongsakorn Kanoknitanunt, Prachyanun Nilsook, Panita Wannapiroon
Journal of Education and Learning , Volume 10; doi:10.5539/jel.v10n3p112

Abstract: This study aimed at developing an imagineering learning process model with logical solutions by using documentary research and relevant experts’ viewpoints with regard to the process of Imagineering Learning—problem-based learning (PBL) involving logical and computational thinking. The data were then synthesized in order to find the relationship of learning theory to achieve an Imagineering Learning process by solving logic problems. The analysis of related documents and research revealed that the Imagineering Learning process involving logical problem solving consisted of 6 important steps as follows: 1) the problem-solving stage, 2) the problem-solving design stage, 3) the innovation development stage, 4) the innovation presentation, 5) the innovation improvement stage, 6) the evaluation stage. The aforementioned learning process can also result in the development of students’ innovative skills, and encouraging learners to develop such skills. The emphasis in terms of the Imagineering process is to create inspiration for the imagination of things that do not yet occur. The process then continues with innovation development by using the PBL process in which students learn solution thinking, focusing on logically-prioritizing problems and their causes and effects. This creates structural and systematic learning through practice, so that students can develop the ability to seek knowledge and develop problem-solving abilities.
Keywords: logical / problem solving / thinking / Imagineering Learning / skills / structural / innovation / model

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