The Development of Lesson Plan Based on CIPPA Model in Principles of Guidance Course

Abstract

The aim of this study was to develop the pedagogical approach under the concept of CIPPA instructional model in order to enhance the 26 students’ logical and rational skills that enrolled in The Principle of Guidance course of the first semester in 2019. Classroom research was utilized for this research. The three significant research instruments employed for investigation are; 1) Lesson plan based on the CIPPA model 2) The respondent questionnaires 3) The application form of reflection and focus group. The findings indicated that According to students’ opinion toward the benefits of activity participation, it was found that students have possibly learned and comprehended other perspectives of thinking knowledge/understanding learning process of the CIPPA model at the highest level, and the development of thinking process/ thinking skills for themselves and the others. Regarding reflection on behaviors in order to convey students’ thinking/thinking skills expresses during participating learning activities are Creative, Analytical thinking, Step thinking, and Self-learning knowledge construction. In terms of activity participation, the supportive and encouraging activities which stimulated students to express their most thinking behaviors and skills were Collaboration, Conceptual summarization, and Presentation. According to the focus group of the learners' perspectives toward activity participation based on the CIPPA, it was found that participating in activities has strengthened Leadership skills, Communication skills, Adaptation, Positive attitudes toward themselves, and classroom participation.



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Karakada Nugkim, Kasetsart University, Thailand
Chakree Kerdsomboon, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan

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Conference: ACE2020
Stream: Higher education

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