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Study of Developing Junior High School Students' Technological Problem Solving Process and Ability Indicators
technological problem solving process
Problem solving has always been a topic of interest. In the field of education, there are many studies of the different strategies used to teach problem solving, but few that focus on behavioral performance and the goals to be achieved in the process of technological problem solving. Therefore, it is necessary to establish a complete set of technological problem solving process and ability indicators. Therefore, this study is based on the research method of Delphi technique. Six experts in the field of technology education and six middle-school incumbent technology education teachers formed a team of Delphi to help develop a complete technological problem solving process with specific ability indicators in each step. The ability indicators help teachers to instruct students in problem solving hence guiding them to achieve these indicators. Eventually, the study was conducted three round Delphi questionnaire. The technological problem solving process consisted of following seven steps: (1) defining and analyzing problems, (2) collecting and analyzing data, (3) developing design ideas, (4) selecting the best design solutions, (5) planning for making, (6) making products, and (7) testing, evaluating, and revising solutions with a total of 28 ability indicators. Finally, practical teaching suggestions and applications for the technological problem solving process and ability indicators are given, and directions for future research are pointed out.
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