A Survey of the Mathematics Problem Solving Ability of Grade 10 Students in Thailand


The purpose of this study was to survey the Mathematics Problem Solving ability of grade 10 students. The participants were 51, grade 10th students at Sarakhampittayakhom school in Mahasarakham province, Thailand, 2nd semester of 2017 that selected by purposive sampling. The instrument was Mathematics Problem Solving ability test that was multiple choice, 30 articles. The data was analyzed by using mean, percentage and standard deviation. It was found that the mean score of Mathematics Problem Solving test was 15.57 of 30. In addition, the percentage of Mathematics Problem Solving score can show the qualitative score as follows more than 79 percent is excellent, 60-79 percent is good, 50-59 percent is medium, less than 50 percent is weak. The results show that the number of students who were excellent level were 4, good level were 8, medium level were 17 and weak level were 22.

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Apisit Thngkingdang, Mahasarakham University, Thailand
Montri Thongmoon, Mahasarakham University, Thailand

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Conference: ACEID2018
Stream: Education for sustainable development

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