Instructional Management by Using Torrance Concept with Brainstorming Through the use of Twitter for Enhancing Creativity of 9th Student Graders of Sa-nguan Ying School

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Supattra Moryadee

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This study was aimed to examine students’ creative thinking development before and after receiving instructional management by using Torrance concept with brainstorming through the use of Twitter for enhancing creativity of 9th student graders of Sa-nguan Ying School. Participants were 48 students selected by cluster random sampling from 13 classrooms. All students have different levels of learning from excellent to weak. The research instruments were: 1) lesson plans to instructional management by using Torrance concept with brainstorming through the use of Twitter for enhancing creativity, 2) pre and posttests of creative thinking. All data was analyzed by using descriptive data analysis and t-test. The findings of this study found that the students’ creative thinking was higher after they participated in activities of lesson plans at p-value at 0.05. The findings of this study found that the students’ creative thinking was higher after they participated in activities of lesson plans at p-value at 0.05. The mean scores of student creative thinking were increasing significantly in which the key highlighted on hashtag of Twitter which was a tool for enhance the creative thinking level of students.

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