Promoting People Potential for Digital Village Development in Mahasarakham
Arreerard, Woraphapa; Ruangsan, Niraj

The objectives of this research were: 1) to develop a model of promoting the potential of people in the digital field towards the development of digital villages (PDG) in ​​Mahasarakham, Thailand; 2) to develop a course of promoting PDG in ​​Mahasarakham; 3) to promote PDG in ​​Mahasarakham; 4) to monitor and evaluate the development of digital villages in ​​Mahasarakham...

Citation : Arreerard, W., & Ruangsan, N. (2021). Promoting People Potential for Digital Village Development in Mahasarakham. Psychology and Education Journal, 58(2), 10416-10423
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Online Instructional Activities for Creative Internet Use of Tertiary Students in Thailand
Sanmee, Wichian; Ruangsan, Niraj; Kaewketpong, Prapas

The research aims to study the development of online instructional activities) for creative internet use of the tertiary students (OIA) in Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Khon Kaen Campus (MCUKK), Thailand. The objective of this study, therefore, is to examine the OIA that researchers have built to use with 30 undergraduate students, selected by a Cluster Sampling in the Faculty of Education...

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The Model of Buddhist Learning Activities for Social Studies, Religion and Culture
Thongdee, Vitthaya; Promkun, Suraphon; Sawatta, Sutipong; Namseethan, Somkuan; Ruangsan, Niraj

The objectives of this research are: 1) to study the state of the Buddhist learning process of the Department of Social Studies, Religion and Culture (DSRC); 2) to create a model for Buddhist learning activities (MBLA) for DSRC; 3) to evaluate the results of MBLA operation...

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Buddhist Instruction Care for Thai Elderly in the Upper Northeast
Ruangsan, Niraj; Phrasophonphatthanabundit; Thongdee, Vitthaya; Promgun, Suraphon; Sanmee, Wichian; Kositpimanvach, Ekarach

The paper aimed to clarify the Buddhist instruction care for planning Thai elderly to have well-being in the sociocultural settings concerning the elderly development project in Thailand. The objectives of this study were: 1) to clarify the management policy of the elderly development within the upper northeastern locale; 2) to discover conceivable thoughts of instruction care standards for the elderly through the principles of Buddhism, and 3) to create guidelines of Buddhist learning administration for planning the development of elderly well-being...

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A Model of Knowledge Management for Local Herbal Healers Based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in Thailand
Niraj Ruangsan, Wichian Sanmee, Bunsong Nasaweang, Phramaha Mit Thitapañyo

Traditional Thai medicine is one of several alternative ways to promote public health in Thailand. In general, it refers to the philosophy, knowledge and methods of practice for health care and illness treatment in line with Thai traditions, culture and the Thai way of life based on the herbal medicines. Today, different techniques are widely used in Nong Don Sub-District, Chaiyaphum Province, Thailand...

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The Administration Model of Private Schools under KKPEO in 21st Century
Phrasophonphatthanapundit; Kositpimanvach, Ekkarach; Auiwong, Phrakrupalad Boonchuay; Thanaphace, Chulapunporn; Khemma, Phrahonda; Ruangsan, Niraj

This research aims at 1) studying the current and desirable conditions of the administration of private schools under the Khon Kaen Provincial Education Office (KKPEO) in the 21st century; 2) studying the administration model of private schools (AMPS) under KKPEO in the 21st century...

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Collocational Instruction for Improving Undergraduate Student Competency in English Reading and Writing
Ruangsan, Niraj; Khachornsaengcharoen, Nuttapong; Klalod, Phramaha Daosayam; Techanok, Amonrat; Sukpraser, Phramaha Sombat; Kositpimanvach, Ekkarach

This study has its objectives: 1) to compare students' English reading competency before and after learning through the collocational instruction (CI) for improving undergraduate student skills in English reading and writing: 2) to investigate students' English writing competency after learning through CI...

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A Model of Creative Community Development in Khon Kaen: Buea-Ban (Old City Pillar Shrine)
Thongdee, Witthaya; Promgun, Suraphon; Sawadtha, Suthipong; Namsithan, Somkhoun; Thubphumee, Panthiwa; Ruangsan, Niraj

Community development is a type of development that is unique in its own way, philosophies, concepts, principles and practices based on originality. The development is the process of educating people to develop knowledge ideas to gain potential of self-sufficiency...

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A Model of Transformational Leadership of Private Schools in Khon Kaen, Thailand
Kositpimanvach, Ekkarach; Mahahing, Prachitr; Auiwong, Phrakrupalad Boonchuay; Kemma, Phrahonda; Kotchai, Ausadanit; Ruangsan, Niraj

This research's objectives were: (1) to study the current and desirable conditions and transformational leadership of private schools in Khon Kaen Province; (2) to develop a transformational leadership model of private schools in Khon Kaen Province...

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Buddhist Universities and Learning Management in the 21st Century
Homsombat, Poolsak; Sawaengwong, Phathomsit; Udomchokenamorn, Chaiyasit; Phisaiphun, Krerk; Sriburin, Eakacha; Marasri, Sarinya; Rungsan, Niraj

The learning management in the 21stcentury for Buddhist universities in Thailand is highly important to develop competencies of learners for being able to learn, live their life in the society, live together with other people including applying these knowledge and understanding to the changing society in an appropriate, balance and sustainable manners...

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Application of Buddhist Doctrines in Social Studies Management on Anti-Corruption for Secondary School Students in Thailand
Homsombat, Phitsanu; Homsombat, Poolsak; Poonnasorn, Saard; Prachantasen, Kanokwan; Marasri, Sarinya; Suphabkham Nantana

The research aims at studying problematic conditions related to social studies learning management on anti-corruption (SSLM-AC) for first year secondary school students in Pangkhonwitthayakhom school, Sakon Nakhon province, and then creating and presenting the model of SSLM-AC based on Buddhist doctrine for the students...

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Educational Administration of Buddhist Schools under OBCP
Saikham, Sunthon; Rattanakorn, Sombat; Chanpla, Surasak; Mahahing, Prachitr; Suebnisai, Phamaha Phisit; Ruangsan, Niraj

The objective of this research was: to study 1) the conditions of educational administration of Buddhist schools under the Office of Buddhism in Chaiyaphum Province (OBSP) in Thailand; 2) the guidelines to promote the education administration of the mentioned Buddhist schools in the 21st century...

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Communication for Social Reconciliation in Buddhism
Sanannaree, Nites; Chantawaree, Sukanda; Hadpagdee; Lanwong, Adun; Niltakan, Kriangsak; Ruangsan, Niraj

This study has its aim to study 1) the theoretical concepts of the communication for social reconciliation in Buddhism (CSRB); 2) the problems related to reconciliation communication;3) the model of CSRB...

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The Buddhist Integrative Model in Promoting Master Teachers in Upper Northeast of Thailand
Thongdee, Vitthaya; Sukumal, Pranjitr; Kositpimanvach, Ekkarach; Namseethan, Somkhuan; Thabphumee, Phanthiwa; Ruangsan, Niraj

This study aimed to investigate the characteristics of master teachers in the upper northeastern area to analyze the Buddhistmoral code to promote master teachers and propose the model of integrated Buddhist for promoting master teachers in the upper northeastern area...

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Buddhist Educational Administration Vision for Monastic Schools under OBSN, Thailand
Auiwong, Phrakrupalad Boonchuay; Panthachai, Siamporn; Phrasophonphatthanapundit; Saenpuran, Prayong; Wongpornpavan, Chakkapan; Ruangsan, Niraj

The aims of this research were 1) to study the educational administration vision based on the Buddhist doctrines for Monastic Schools under Office of Buddhism in Sakon Nakhon (OBSN); 2) to comparatively study the samples’ perspectives on the educational administration vision based on the Buddhist doctrines; 3) to propose the guideline to develop the educational administration vision based on Buddhist doctrines for Monastic Schools under OBSN...

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Buddhism and Education in Thai Society
PhrakruArunsutalangkarn

Historically speaking, Buddhism has made a deep impact upon the Thai society from as early as the Sukhothai period (1238-1378 C.E.) on. Thais, both men and women, accepted Buddhism as a way of life, which was interwoven with their lives from birth to death...

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The Analytical Study of Belief in Isan Community Forest Conservation
Leeka, Jaras; Ritthithit, Phramaha Jaroon; Phrakhrubhavanabodhikun; Sachaiyan, Phrakru Baidika Narint; Sukprasert, Phra Sombat; Ruangsan, Niraj

This research aimed 1) to study the problem status of community forest conservation of Isan people, 2) to study Isan people's beliefs in community forest conservation, and 3) to analyze Isan people's thoughts in community forest conservation. The study was conducted using a qualitative approach. Data were collected from documents, research papers, and in-depth interviews with 30 participants (monks/laypersons). Data were described using an inductive approach. The study results found that 1) problem status of community forest conservation of Isan people occurred since people in communities did not feel fear of sacred power of community forests. They invaded forests and cut down trees, contributing to deforestation and deterioration caused by 1) population growth, 2) expansion of communities, 3) the use of new technologies, and 4) construction of buildings; 2) Isan people’s beliefs in community forest conservation have been practiced for such a long time based on a belief in sacred figures living in forests, i.e., tree guardian angels and tree spirits.

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Community Strength Creation in Accordance with Thailand 4.0
Leeka, Jaras; Sachaiyan, Phrakhu Baidika Narint; Sukprasert, Phra Sombat; Phrakhrubhavanabodhikun; Kittimatee, Phramaha Kitti; Ruangsan, Niraj

This research aims to study the strength of community, study the method of fortifying strength to community, and propose the guideline for building strength to the community in Nong-Krungthanasan Sub-District Administrative Organization (NSAO), Phu-Wiang District, Khon Kaen Province in the age of Thailand 4.0.

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Buddhist Doctrines for Human Capital Development in Thailand
Ruangsan, Niraj; Thongdee, Vitthaya, Sanannaree, Nites, Namseethan, Somkuan

This research aims to explore how the five Buddhist doctrines called ‘The Five Precepts (FP)’ are used to develop human capital in Thailand. In this study, the qualitative research method was used to collect the data from the key informants joined in the organized focus-group discussion. The research results indicated that FP including to abstain from killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, false speech and intoxicants causing heedlessness can be used to promote the human capital as the behavioral guideline of actions or a code of conducts. However, the study suggested that using the FP in promoting the human capital should be integrated with the other Buddhist principles such as Bhavana 4 and so on. Because FP is the method to control only the physical and verbal actions only, therefor other doctrines should be used to control the mental actions. When the three actions are in control of consciousness, the human capital is effectively and perfectly developed. This research aims to explore how the five Buddhist doctrines called ‘The Five Precepts (FP)’ are used to develop human capital in Thailand...

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Smart Farm: Solar Chili Greenhouse by IoT Control System in Kalasin
Areerard, Tharach; Arreerard, Woraphapa; Sawatsri, Naruedol; Ruangsan, Niraj

This research primarily aims to build the solar chili greenhouse controlled by the IoT control system (SCG-IoT) to support the farmers in Pla Khaonoi Village, Lam Klong Sub-District Community, Mueang Kalasin District, Kalasin Province. In so doing, this study has its objective to study the development and effectiveness of SCG-IoT. The target of this research used to evaluate the appropriateness of the innovation included 8 experts and community leaders. The tools used to collect the data included SCG-IoT, a questionnaire and a record form. The basic statistics: percentage, mean and standard deviation were used in the data analysis. The results of evaluation of innovation of SCG-IoT in overall is at the highest level. This means SCG-IoT is very appropriate in use in the research region. The temperature inside the greenhouse was 49.89 ± 5 percent, while that of outside was 35.59 ± 2 percent; and the humidity inside was 27.72 ± 4 percent. Chili could be roasted and dried within 3 days, which takes about 8-10 days less than that of the traditional drying process.

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Communal Consciousness of ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community: Conceptual Analysis, Perspective and Process through Songkran Tradition
Thitapanyo, Phramaha Mit; Phrasophonphatthanabundit; Phrakhrusudhikhambhirayana; Ployngam, Jansiri; Ruangsan, Niraj

The objectives of the research were: 1) to study the concept, history, perspective, relationships and process of communal consciousness through Songkran tradition; 2) to study social relationship and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community on Songkran tradition and 3) to analyze the process of building of communal consciousness and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community through the Songkran tradition. The research found that the concept, history, perspective, relationships and process of communal consciousness of the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community established to create for peace in ASEAN society in order to have political stability and economic prosperity, social and cultural. The social relationship and culture of the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community on Songkran tradition found that the relationship between human beings, the relationship between cultures must be relied in both sciences and Arts in order to strength and understanding each other. Process of building of communal consciousness of the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community through the Songkran tradition found that it is the strength of love, reconciliation of family, community and country in order to make more strength. It was to create the national security through government policy to be determined a national holiday in order to make people have communal consciousness on Songkran tradition.

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Comparison of Buddhist Principles with Archaeological Execution
Sanmee, Wichian; Ruangsan, Niraj; Thongdee, Vitthaya; Namseethan, Somkuan, Thitapanyo, Phramaha Mit

Buddhism has been widely studied in many fields, including history, temporary development, source, textual study, oral communications and practices. Archaeology is one of the most significant sciences employed in Buddhist Studies. Even if archaeology and Buddhism come from different origins, archaeology plays a significant role as a tool used in exploring historic facts of Buddhism. A number of archaeologists have explored philosophy to support their study; however, it is obvious that Buddhist philosophy has never used in archaeological investigation or execution. Merely, Buddhist philosophies or principles are utilized to explain stories, doctrines or even Buddhist philosophies possibly recorded on artefacts. Based on the documentary research and the involved scholar group discussion, this paper discusses the possibility to apply Buddhist principles into the science of archaeology. In other words, it compares Theravada Buddhist principles with the archaeological process. The research methodology began with an intensive study of the archaeological texts in order to obtain proper comprehension of its nature. Thenceforth, the Buddhist texts were analyzed to determine the most suitable principles applied in the archaeological processes. The studied results indicates that an archaeology incorporates three important key terms: 1) ‘subject matter’ (a study of the past), 2) ‘techniques’ (the means of describing and explaining the past to discover, recover, preserve, describe and analyze the remains of the past) and 3) ‘theories’ (theories used to assess meanings of evidence), Buddhist principles alternatively applied as theories to study the ‘subject matter’ of the past as found in the archaeological process of the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Centre (MVAC) at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

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IoT System for Mushroom Cultivation in Greenhouse of Mahasarakham Communities
Arreerard, Tharach; Arreerard, Woraphapa; Ruangsan, Niraj

This research has its goal to develop the IoT system in supporting mushroom cultivation in the greenhouse (IoT-MCG) for Mahasarakham Communities in Thailand. The objectives of this study were: 1) to study elements of IoT-MCG of the communities in Mahasarakham, 2) to develop IoT-MCG, and 3) to transfer IoT-MCG to community in the research region. The target group was a planting house of Ban Dong Noi community in Khwao, Mueang, Mahasarakham. The tools of this study included 1) an assessment form of system appropriateness, 2) an assessment form of system performance, 3) that of the system effectiveness assessment...

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