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Rapeepat Keawam
Songchai Ugsonkid
Siriporn Thipkong
Chanon Chuntra


The purpose of this research were to 1) develop the learning management process to enhance ability on mathematical problem solving and problem posing for secondary students, 2) evaluate the learning management process. There are three phases of research method. Phase one is to study documents and research related to learning theory. Phase two is to draft the learning management process. Phase three is to evaluate the appropriateness of learning management process. The subject of this study was five informants who were experts in curriculum & instruction and teaching mathematics. The instrument in this study was the evaluation form for assessing the learning management process.
The research found that 1) the learning management process comprised 3 concepts which were (1) Cognitively Guided Instruction (2) Problem Based Learning (3) Brainstorming. 2) The result showed that the learning management process to enhance ability on mathematical problem solving and problem posing was appropriate at a high level.

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