DEVELOPING GUIDELINES FOR UPGRADING GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES ON APPLYING THE SUFFICIENCY ECONOMY PHILOSOPHY IN REAL LIFE
Received: 22nd July 2022; Revised: 31st October 2022, 12th November 2022, 17th November 2022; Accepted: 19th November 2022
Keywords:General Education Courses, Sufficiency Economy Philosophy, Learning Skill, Undergraduate Students, Real Life
The objectives of this research were 1) To study the basic information for knowledge development and enhancement of Understanding of applying Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in real life among students of Muban Chom Bueng Rajabhat University. 2) To develop guidelines for upgrading general education courses on applying the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in real life. The results of the research were as follows: 1) The results of the study found that students develop and enhance their knowledge and understanding of how to apply Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in real life without advice or instruction in moral behavior and being thrifty and self-aware. and applying the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in real life by following orders or orders in self-reliance behavior Knowledge and use of intelligence Unity and public consciousness, reasonableness, and conservation of the environment and natural resources. 2) Developing guidelines for upgrading general education courses. The topic of applying the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in real life is divided into 3 steps: the course design process; the process of designing learning activities and the design process for measuring and evaluating learning outcomes. This research will be a guideline to raise the level of general education subjects. and as a guideline for further developing skills in the 21st century for undergraduate students.
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