A Delphi Study on Brain-based Instructional Model in Science

Prasart Nuangchalerm, Duangkamon Charnsirirattana

Abstract


Development of science instructional model for brain-based learning by using knowledge of the brain to be the tool designed of learning process is now interesting. This study aimed to develop science instructional model for brain-based learning. Delphi method was employed with 18 panel members. The findings can be showed that science instructional model for brain-based learning consisted of five steps of learning organization (PRADA- Preparation, Relaxation, Action, Discussion, and Application). It can provide a framework for science teachers that should be elaborated this instructional model to science classroom and beyond to science education. Keywords: brain-based learning; Delphi technique; instructional model; science learning; science education; teaching model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720100604.014

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