Combining the Imagineering Process and STEAM-GAAR Field Learning Model to Create Collaborative Art Innovation

  • Wannaporn ChujitaromEmail author
  • Pallop Piriyasurawong
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1134)


The aims of this research were (1) to develop a combined Imagineering process and STEAM-GAAR Field learning model to create collaborative art innovation, (2) to evaluate the combined model, and (3) to study the results of implementing the model. The research process was therefore divided into 3 parts in accordance with these aims. The evaluation of the developed model was carried out by 6 experts in related fields and the implementation of the model was carried out by a sample of 32 students. Evaluation was measured on a 5-point Likert scale and implementation on a scoring rubric table from the data, arithmetic means and standard deviations were calculated. The results showed that: (1) the model consists of 4 elements; Input Factors, Process of Imagineering and STEAM-GAAR Field Learning Model, Evaluation of Collaborative Art Innovation, and Analysis Feedback; (2) the model was evaluated as highly appropriate \( (\overline{{\mathbf{x}}} = 4.54,\,{\text{S}} . {\text{D}} .= 0. 5 0) \); and (3) the quality of students’ collaborative art innovation was rated as very good.


Imagineering STEAM-GAAR Field Learning Model Instructional Model Collaborative Art Innovation 



The authors would like to thank Associate Professor Dr. Pallop Piriyasurawong, Associate Professor Dr. Prachyanun Nilsook, Associate Professor Dr. Panita Wannapiroon, Associate Professor Dr. Namon Jeerungsuwan, Dr. Rukthin Laoha, Dr. Thada Jantakoon, Miss Kanokrat Jirasatjanukul, Mr. Thanapol Namnual, Mr. surachet sungkhapan and Mr. Kritsupath Sarnok, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Rangsit University and King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Rangsit UniversityPathumthaniThailand
  2. 2.King Mongkut’s University of Technology North BangkokBangkokThailand

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