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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Developing Professional Learning Community (PLC) According To The Philosophy Of Sufficiency Economy For Developing Quality Of Community’s Life: Special Development Zone Of Southern Border Provinces

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AUTHOR(S)

Rungchatchadaporn Vehachart, Kongkidakorn Boonchuay, Venus Srisakda, Chatchawi Kaeomani

 

KEYWORDS

Professional Learning Community (PLC), Sufficiency Economy, Quality of Community’s Life, Administrator, Holistic, Management

 

ABSTRACT

This research aims to 1. Study the knowledge about development and tools for developing a holistic management system 2. Analyze and synthesize knowledge based on the sufficiency economy philosophy for improving the quality of life of youth. Special Development Zone, Separate Southern Border. The sample groups used in the research are youth students in educational institutions located in special development zones, the southern border, namely 4 schools, consisting of (1) administrators (2) responsible teachers (3) supervisors (4) representatives Community (5) Students who have obtained a specific selection. This research has a method to conduct spatial development research using the community as a base. Management system to achieve the objectives of the research to achieve the objectives. Research result : Communities are not strong in management and help Social inequality And access to government services Educational subsidies literacy quality in the management of education, quality of life, community has various cultural costs, local wisdom such as wisdom in medicine, herbs, occupation, food, etc., but still lacks systematic knowledge management. And could not bring local wisdom Which is a reflection of the existing social and cultural dimensions applied to community life People in the community lack consciousness about hometowns such as migration. Even though we were confident that this process fostered more parsimony and clear interpretation of the model, this model led to some decrement. Furthermore, we are able to provide parallel findings regarding the highly correlated dimensions we found. In two studies in which PLC was used.

 

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