Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus&nbsp; ISSN : 2651-2009 (Online) is An Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus. The main objectives of the journal 1)To promote and publicize the academic and research works on Buddhism, Philosophy, Education, Political Science, Public Administration and interdisciplinary studies of the Humanities. 2)To be the forum for exchanging knowledge and views concerning the research methodology and the research infrastructure in the field of Buddhist studies and social sciences in order to cope with the educational quality assurance. 3)To promote innovation and develop the quality of the research on the fields that are helpful to national development. The target groups are faculty member, authorities, researchers and students both inside and outside the university. Open to research articles Academic Articles And or book reviews&nbsp; to consider published in a journal. All published articles have been reviewed by at least 2 experts in a double blind peer-reviewed manner. Period of issue : Two volumes per year (January-June and July-December). The Journal accepts manuscripts in both Thai and English language.</p> <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Since the 9th year, issue 2 (July - December 2020), the journal has been discontinued as a copy of the ISSN: 2286-6906 (Print) document available online. International Standard Number of Journalism (ISSN) Online Type of Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus is E-ISSN: 2651-2009 published search. And download information at <a href="https://so01.tcithaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU">https://so01.tcithaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU</a></p> มหาวิทยาลัยมหามกุฏราชวิทยาลัย วิทยาเขตร้อยเอ็ด en-US Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus 2651-2009 THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS IN PHRAPARIYATTIDHAMMA SCHOOLS, GENERAL EDUCATION DIVISION https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/257274 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study about the behavior of the self-disciplinary of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School Section 3, 2) to compare the behavior of the self-disciplinary of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School Section 3, and 3) to give suggestions on the behavior of the self-disciplinary of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School Section 3. The research sample consisted of 306 students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School Section 3 in 21 schools and in 10 provinces. The statistics used for the data analysis were Frequency, Percentage, Mean, Standard Deviation, t-test, F-test, and Descriptive Analysis.</p> <p> The research result revealed that: 1. The overall level of the behavior of the self-discipline of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School Section 3 was in a medium level. When considering into each aspect ranking from the highest to the least mean score, it revealed that the high score fell on the aspect of ‘students’ self-discipline’ and the aspect of ‘the patient of the students’ respectively, while the least score fell on the aspect of ‘honesty’ which fell on the medium score. 2. The comparative results when comparing the behavior of the self-discipline of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School Section 3 among the aspect of status, age, education level, age, and province (their current address) was overall in a similar level. 3. The guidelines of the development of the behavior of the self-discipline of the students studying in general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School Section 3 are namely, the students’ behaviors which need to be self-disciplined all the time, the attempt to complete assigned tasks on time regardless of its difficulties, the students’ attention and the attempt to complete the assignments from their teachers, and the punctuation of the homework submission regularly, and the suggestions on the confidence in decision making and the readiness in working without the fear of the failures.</p> Chaiyya Rueangdee Phramaha Paijit Sakhong Montree Rodkaew Artit Choochai Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 1 12 EVALUATION TO USE THE COURSE FOR ADJUSTMENT BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS IN PHRAPARIYATTIDHAMMA SCHOOLS, GENERAL EDUCATION DIVISION BY THE THREEFOLD TRAINING OF BUDDHISM https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/257287 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; The objectives of the research article were 1) to evaluate the students’ behaviors both in the experimental group and control group, before and after the implementation of the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the&nbsp; students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha), 2) to evaluate the result of after the implementation of the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha), and 3) to study about the suggestions on curriculum development to adjust the behavior of the&nbsp; students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha). The research sample consisted of 50 Mattayom 1-3 students studying in Mahavajilalongkorn Rajavidyalaya College in&nbsp; Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province in Semester 2020. The statistics used for the data analysis were Frequency, Percentage, Mean, Standard Deviation, the Independent Sample t-test, and Descriptive Analysis.</p> <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The research result revealed that: 1. The evaluation results of the students’ behaviors in the control group after the implementation of the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha) revealed that after the experiment, the score of the behavior was higher than before the experiment session at .01 of the different significant level. 2. The evaluation result of the students’ behaviors in the experimental group after the implementation of the curriculum to adjust the behavior &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School using Buddhist threefold training (Traisikkha) revealed that after the experiment, the score of the behavior was higher than before the experiment session at .01 of the different significant level. When comparing the control group with the experimental group after the implementation of the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the students studying in the general education section of Phrapariyattidhamma School revealed that the score obtained from the sample in the experimental group was higher than the score obtained from the sample in the control group at .01 of the different significant level. 3. The result of the implementation of the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the students studying in the general education section of Phra Pariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha) revealed that the students were highly satisfied in overall. When considering into aspect, all of the aspects fell on a high level in every aspect. When ranking from the highest to the lowest score, the highest score fell on the aspect of ‘The Procedures’ and the aspect of ‘The Fundamental Factors’, respectively. The lowest score fell in the aspect of ‘The Context’, respectively.</p> Panut Duangtilee Thankrit Phoengum Worawut Wuksomboon Tasthanuk Sirimongcol Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 13 24 LEARNING MANAGEMENT ON THE CHANG SIP MU SUBJECT BASED ON THE FOUR IDDHIPADA DOCTRINES OF PHRAPARIYATTIDHAMMA SCHOOLS GENERAL EDUCATION PHAYAO PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/246284 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study state of learning management on the Chan Sip Mu subject (ten divisions of traditional Thai Crafts) based on the four IDDHIPADA doctrines, Phrapariyattidhamma Schools General Education, Phayao province,2) compare learning management on the Chang Sip Mu subjects, Phrapariyattidhamma Schools, General Education, Phayao province classified by status, Educational background and work experience, 3)study the approach and suggestions in supporting learning management on the Chan Sip Mu subjects by using the four IDDHIPADA doctrines, Phrapariyattidhamma Schools, General Education, Phayao province. It is a quantitative and qualitative research. A simple random sample was drawn from 111 administrators and teachers. The research instrument was a questionnaire that analyzed data by Standard Deviation. t-test and the one-way analysis of variance. The qualitative research analysis by doing in-depth interviews with 16 key informant, descriptive data were analyzed.</p> <p> The results were found that: 1. State of learning management on the Chang Sip Mu subjects based on the four IDDHIPADA doctrines , General Education, Phrapariyattidhamma Schools , Phayao province. Findings revealed that overall is at a high level. When considering each aspects.They were descending order, namely Vimamsa, Chanda, Citta and Viriya respectively. 2. compare the sample group of administrators and teachers , Education background and work experience.There were no difference opinions towards learning management of the Chang Sip Mu subjects by using the four IDDHIPADA doctrines, Phrapariyattidhamma Schools, General Education, Phayao province. 3. approach and promotion suggestions management of the Chang Sip Mu subjects. The administrators and teachers must realize that should provide professional learning for learners, because such professions are unique in Thai and do not contradict the students monks. Should promote the budget in the area of training, students work was spread to be seen in the academic skill competition and should be organize expert lecturers to train the Chang Sip Mu subjects for local wisdom teachers who volunteered to teach in schools that do not yet have teachers in this field.</p> Phra Chai Boonchaiming Prayoon Saengsai Vitthaya Thongdee Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 25 37 PERFORMING/ARTS IN THE LIGHT SHOW & SOUND: THE LEGEND OF NAGA FIREBALL, NONG KHAI PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247743 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the origin of performing arts in the show light and sounds: The legend of Nag fireball work in Nong Khai province, 2018–2020, 2) to study developed performing arts in the show light and sounds: The legend of Nag fireball work in Nong Khai province, 2018–2020. The samples used in the research were, three knowledgeable people, ten performers, ten general public’s The research tools was an observation, an interview questionnaire and presented dates by descriptive analysis.</p> <p> The finding of this research found that; 1. Performing art in the show light and sound: The legend of Nag fireball work in Nong Khai province was intended to proceed with the script. There were various forms of playing and performing arts of Northeastern folk styles merged throughout the period of the performance. Presented aesthetics to audiences in opus. The format of the performance was divided into five divisions, which were: the first, the origin of the Mekong River Mahanathee, the second, rocket festival, the third, Nakee asked for ordination, the fourth, please Buddhist mother in second heaven where Indra dwells and the fifth, when the 15<sup>th</sup> day of the waxing moon on the 11<sup>th</sup> lunar month. There was a concept from belief and faith towards the Naga. In these performing arts, the concept of myths, beliefs of Naga and important events in literature, beliefs and traditions were conveyed by newly invented dramas and dances, plays, song, music that were tied together by merging the patterns of drama, Thai dance, local dance with the Isan locality. 2. Performing arts in the show light and sounds: The legend of Naga fireball work in Nong Khai province to reflect beliefs about the story of Naga by used dance art was an important communication tool by bringing local arts and Thai dance to represent local arts and culture.</p> Hirunya Jodnok Ourarom Chantamala Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 38 50 THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONSERVATIVE GROUPS IN THE ANTI-THAKSIN MOVEMENT https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247685 <p> The objectives of the research article were to study the origins of conservative groups in the anti-Thaksin movement and the development of conservative groups in the anti-Thaksin movement (2005 - 2014). This research used a qualitative research method and collected data from document research, related studies, and in-depth interviews with the leaders and the masses involved in 8 people, using the social movement frameworks: resource mobilization; political opportunity structure; and framing process theories as a fundamental tool.</p> <p> The studies found that: 1. the conservative groups in the anti-Thaksin movement were a gathering of Santi Asoke and senior military officers. 2. The conservative groups in the anti-Thaksin movement have developed their ideology and movement in a dynamic manner: rise and fall. They struggled to separate from the PAD movement in 2008. However, before 2013, they once again cooperated with other groups and decided to join the main anti-Thaksin movement in 2013-2014 under the PDRC as a lead organization.</p> Vasuchon Rakprachathai Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 51 65 MILITARIZATION OF THAI LEGAL SYSTEM DURING THE COUP REGIME: 2014–2019 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247683 <p> The objective of this article is to study the enforcement of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) in 2014-2019 before the election, as the principle of liberal democracy that laid the foundation of the coup by relying on the Laws of the Hybrid Regime and Liberal Democracy framework by collecting information using qualitative research methodology for 2 years.</p> <p> The results were found that the military coup (NCPO) aimed to use various laws such as First use of the Law Second the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand (interim) in 2014 and the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand in 2017 as a tool of gaining political control which was inconsistent with liberal democracy principles. In addition, the law has affected laying the foundations for the long-term sustaining of the coup regime.</p> Doungkamon Praditduang Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 66 81 THE CREATIVE OF PHLENG-SONGKROENG PERFORMANCE BASED ON DERMBANG NANGBOUCH MYTHOLAGY DERMBANG NANGBOUCH DISTRICT, SUPHANBURI PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247439 <p> The objectives of this research article are 1) to study the history of Dermbang Nangbouch Mythology, Dermbang Nangbouch, Suphanburi province, 2) to create a performance of Dermbang Nangbouch Mythology. Which using a qualitative research method by selecting an area Dermbang Nangbouch, Suphanburi that has legends and stories reflecting the moral values and also the virtue of existence from the documents and the fields study. The research tools were the observation form and the interview form. The sample groups used in the research were: Interviews 7 well-informed person, 10 practitioners, 20 general public, and present the research results by descriptive and analytical method.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1) The introduction of the song that occurred in the reign of King Chulalongkorn, Rama V, is a popular show as a entertainment at the temple fair. The festival is celebrated by the nature of theatrical performance, mainly with folk songs, Choi and negotiate with the dance postures. There are costumes according to the story like a drama and there is a Phee Phat band playing along with the performance. 2) The creation of the original legend of the song, some ordination ceremony has composed the original legends and arranged by inserting morality and good ethics for the self-control in today's society. It has been a chorus of folk songs with Choi, E-seaw songs, Harvest songs, Lhea songs, or along with singing, and the original Choi song. The characteristics of the creation of the Phleng-Songkroeng on Dermbang Nangbouch Mytholagy include: 1) Concept 2) Creating a plot 3) Acting role 4) Performer 5) Music and background music 6) Costume 7) Props and 8) Dance. For this reason, the show's creative style is to bring the legends story, local narratives from telling to folk songs to accompany the performance. In order to inherit the inheritance of local wisdom to exist.</p> Wanna Kaewkwang Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 82 95 THE CREATIVE DANCE: BUDDHA BUCHA PARAMEE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247966 <p> The objectives of this research article are 1) to design dance process, the creative works of Buddha Bucha Paramee, 2) to create elements for displaying the creative works of Buddha Bucha Paramee by using a qualitative research methodology from the study of documents and the field. The research tools were the observation form and the interview form. Sample group that used in this research consisted of interviewing 16 knowledgeable people, 10 practitioners, and 20 general people. The research results were analyzed by descriptive method.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1.design of “Buddha Bucha Paramee” dancing posture was presented as Dvaravati and Indian dancing to represent the meaning of “bucha” (worship) to Buddha’s image according to Theravada Buddhism principle. “Amis Bucha” (Amis worship) was the warship with flowers (lotus) starred by ten male and female dancers. The performance was divided into3 phases including phase 1 : Worship, phase 2 : Buddha Pratarnphorn(God’s bless), and phase 3 : Celebrating Buddha Paramee.Todesign dancing posture, we applied 3 dancing principles including 1) imitating dancing posture from sculpture and painting, 2) imagination based on concept of Dvaravati (Mon) integrated with Indian arts, and 3) creating new dancing posture integrated with standard dancing posture. 2.The performance consisted of 5 elements including 1) lyric, rhythm and music, 2) the actors, 3) costume and accessories, 4) props, 5) area on the stage and deployment. “Buddha Bucha Paramee” performance had been assessed by experts and veterans using focus group discussion and we found that “Buddha Bucha Paramee” performance had good quality, completeness and beauty according to the concept of creating dancing and music aesthetics</p> Intira Pongnak Jintana Saithongkam Ruchana Puangprayong Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 96 109 CONTEMPORARY TONE DANCE REFLECTING THE IDENTITY OF WOMEN CHAIYAPHUM PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247942 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the history and development of Thailand’s Northeastern Tone Dance and 2) to recreate the contemporary Tone Dance that reflects the identity of Chaiyaphum women through qualitative research and recreational research. The sample groups were five experts in Thai Tone Dance and ten performers. The instruments used were document sector and field studies. The data was collected using two methods: observation and interview. The results were presented using descriptive analysis.</p> <p> The research findings were as follows: 1. The art of Tone Dance was first disseminated to the Northeast of Thailand by a group of Laotian merchants who fled from the war in Vientiane, Laos, and resided in Saraburi Province. They later received the culture of Tone Dance from Bangkok and spread it to Nakhon Ratchasima in 1917. Then, people of Nakhon Ratchasima brought Tone Dance to Chaiyaphum. 2. The recreated contemporary Tone Dance adopted the drumming styles and cheerful music which represent identities of local people. The background beat was derived from the traditional drumming rhythm. The process of recreating the performance included 1) concept, 2) scope, 3) format, 4) artificial dance design, 5) artificial dance creation, 6) finishing up, and 7) presentation. The recreation of contemporary Tone Dance that reflects the identity of Chaiyaphum women was based on the knowledge framework of Isan dance prototypes.</p> Issariya Chotmisri Ourarom Chantamala Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 110 121 CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS FOR NATIONAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT POLICY: A CASE STUDY OF COAL POWER PLANT IN KRABI-THEPA https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247994 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to analyze conflicts over the practice of the government’s energy policy, using a critical discourse framework2) to propose a management guideline and the proper energy policy formulation. This is qualitative research that utilized critical theory-based research, including in-depth interviews and observations of policymakers, villagers, the public sector, and general academicians with 18 persons as well as independent organizations. This research was conducted for 1 year and 11 months.</p> <p> The results of the study showed that: 1. there are conflicts, specifically related to environmental and people’s health effects. These reflect the power of policy and practice that do not match the facts in the area. 2. Under a community relocation condition affects a person's emotion, feeling, or thinking. It has also a direct impact on wetlands, generally include the integrity of mangrove forests. 3. Alternative energy should be established by the government's energy policy, according to the Sustainable Development Goals. There are still restrictions on the rules. 4. There is a need to balance economic development with environmental and ecological conservation. The Krabi and Thepha coal power plant construction project has been developed over many years with a social breaking point, based on the strong disagreement raised by the community. Each party establishes its own thought and opinion regarding the different reasons. The protestor, therefore, entered into a factual finding that was not just for their own group, this makes Thailand's energy agenda.</p> Nutchapol Tanchareon Suriyasai Katasila Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 122 137 PERSONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PHEU-THAI PARTY IN THE POLITICAL PROCESS IN THE OPINION OF THE THAI PEOPLE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/257715 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The purposes of this study were 1)to study the effectiveness level of Pheu-Thai Party in the political process in the viewpoint of the Thai people, and 2) to study the impact of personal factors on the effectiveness of Pheu-Thai Partyin the political process in the opinion of the Thai people. The sample used for this research were430 people living in Bangkok areas, namely Phasicharoen District, Bang Khae District and Nong Khaem District. The research tools were questionnaires. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, namely percentage, mean and standard deviation, and the inferential statistics were t-test and F-test.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The study result showed that 1. the level of effectiveness of Pheu-Thai Party in the political process in the viewpoint of the Thai people is moderate, and &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;2. The personal factors affecting Pheu-Thai Party's effectiveness in the political process in the viewpoint of the Thai people consisted of gender, age, income, education, and career, influencing the Pheu-Thai Party's effectiveness with statistically difference at the level 0.05.</p> Pongthiti Pongsilamanee Warongsit Singhdumrong Panissara Pasurat Kriengsak Tepphitah Jidapa Thirasirikul Chanchai Chitlaoarporn Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 138 149 FACTORS AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN AGED 1-5 YEARS WITH FAMILY AND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN THE DISTRICT OF WANG SAM MO PROVINCE UDON THANI PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/257880 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the developmental level of children aged 1-5 years by family and community participation in Wang Sam Mo district Udon Thani province, 2) to study the factors affecting the development of children aged 1-5 years by family and community participation in Wang Sam Mo district Udon Thani province, and 3) to study the guidelines for the development of children aged 1-5 years by family and community participation in Wang Sam Mo district Udon Thani province. The research tools were questionnaires and interview forms. The Statistics used in quantitative research were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation. and multiple regression analysis using sequential variable selection methods for discussion of results. and qualitative data analysis using descriptive analysis.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The research found that: 1. Child development level aged 1-5 years with family and community participation in Wang Sam Mo district Udon Thani province, according to overall variables in all aspects; it was found that the level of development of children aged 1-5 years with family and community participation was at a moderate level. 2. Factors affecting the development of children aged 1-5 years by family and community participation in Wang Sam Mo district. Udon Thani Province Overall, it was found that the participation of theX4 family was Government supportX3 Support from the X2 Network the coefficient of the predictor in raw score (b) was .596, .358, .220, respectively. 3. Guidelines for child development aged 1-5 years with family and community participation in Wang Sam Mo district. Udon Thani province, there should be a joint planning meeting before starting work. Work review there are improvements and bug fixes in the annual performance report. Notify all parties involved Develop a participatory project between responsible child development partners to brainstorm ideas to propose useful ideas for raising children. Fix and develop defects, exchange learning between parents Meeting to discuss with the network of partners Contact for opinions from all parties in child development Community committees and parents plan together to open a platform for families to express their opinions and learn together between community leaders and the parents of the community, contributing to child development. Adapt the community context, environment to match the development of children, create a community, relevant agencies to develop the community and the community atmosphere in accordance with the context of child development.</p> Natthiya Phokhaw Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 150 161 ADMINISTRATION BASED ON GOOD GOVERNANCE OF THE PROVINCIAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY ROI ET PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/243555 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) study the level of management based on good governance of the Provincial Electricity Authority Roi Et province, 2) to compare the opinions of the personnel towards the administration based on good governance of the Provincial Electricity Authority Roi Et province, and 3) to find out the related suggestions and recommendations.It was quantitative research. The sample group with 152 selected people, included: Academicians, authorities, and staffs in the Provincial Electricity Authority Roi Et province. The tool used in this research was a questionnaire. The statistics used were percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, and F-test (One-way ANOVA).</p> <p> The research found that: 1. Administration based on good governance of the Provincial Electricity Authority Roi Et province overall, it was at a high level. 2. The comparison of the opinions of the administration based on good governance of the Provincial Electricity Authority Roi Et province. Classified by position Responsibility, the difference was statistically significant at the .05 level. The other aspects are no different. Personnel opinions classified by working experience, the rule of the law, moral principle, principle of participation, principle of value were no different. Whereas transparency principle, responsibility, and the overall differences were statistically significant at the .05 level. 3. The recommendations suggested by the administration based on good governance of the Provincial Electricity Authority Roi Et Province were: planning and management, conserve resources, provide opportunities for personnel to be aware of the situation and the problems with transparency, there should be opportunities for personnel to participate in expressing opinions on the process, and considering the performance.</p> Piyagamon Tahaprom Phairat Phuenchomphoo Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 162 174 THE 21st CENTURY EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION SKILLS BASED ON THE SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF SAPPURISADHAMMA FOR ADMINISTRATORS OF THE SCHOOL UNDER PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATIONS IN MAHASARAKHAM PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248164 <p> The objective of the research article were 1) to study the administrative skills of educational institutions, 2) to compare the 21<sup>st</sup> century educational administration skills, 3) to study suggestions to the administrative skills of educational institutions in the 21<sup>st</sup> century educational administration skills, 4)to study development approach in the administrative skills of educational institutions in the 21<sup>st</sup> century educational administration skills based on the seven principles of Sappurisadhamma for administrators of the school under provincial administrative organizations in Mahasarakham province<strong>.</strong> The sample used in this research was personnel of 210 educational institutions in Mahasarakham provincial administrative organization. The tool used for data collection was a questionnaire and a semi-structured interview. The statistics used for data analysis were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation. Hypothesis was tested by independent samples t-test and one-way analysis of variance using F-test statistic.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1.The administrative skills of educational institutions in the 21<sup>st</sup> century educational administration skills based on the seven principles of Sappurisadhamma for administrators of the school under provincial administrative organizations in Mahasarakham province by overall was at a high level. 2. The result of comparisons on the level of opinions towards the administrative skills of educational institutions in the 21<sup>st</sup> century educational administration skills based on the seven principles of Sappurisadhamma for administrators of the school under provincial administrative organizations in Mahasarakham province, classified by status, age, and work experience, the overall is no different. 3. The suggestions to the administrative skills of educational institutions in the 21<sup>st</sup> century educational administration skills based on the seven principles of Sappurisadhamma for administrators of the school under provincial administrative organizations in Mahasarakham province:<strong> </strong>the executives should have knowledge and proficiency in using knowledge, idea, wisdom, and vision in agency administration to be efficient and effective. There should be knowledge and understanding on the use of techniques and methods in managing the work to be systematically effective, be able to solve problems in the team and provide fairness among group members.</p> Panuwong Wannasiri Theeraphat Thinsandee Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 175 184 CREATIVE DANCE: KAEW KALAYA https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248127 <p> The objective of this research article is to study and create works of creative dance, Kaew Kalaya series using qualitative research methods by the documents and the fields study.The samples used in the research were interviews with 3 knowledgeable people, 10 practitioners, and 20 general people.The research tools are Observation and interview form and the research results were presented by descriptive method.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows the study and creations of dramatic arts are 3 groups of moves in total: The dance, exercise, and natural posture. The most common postures are dance and natural postures in similar proportions. The exercise is less proportioned but it was the posture that was used for the beginning of the show. The stance of the performance and movements connect the movement of the variation in a geometric pattern. The performer moves from point to point by using a variety of rows by trying not to be seen or the audience knows where the performers move in and to create interesting dimensions on the stage. The creative posture showed that in each pose group, various muscles of the body were used from the face, including smiling, using eyesight, head bending, tilting, using shoulders, arms, legs, fingers, toes, torso, and hips for movement. The creative design, each pose focuses on the power of moderate exercise so as not to affect the muscles or the limited power of the elderly.</p> Panida Boonthongkhao Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 185 198 ENHANCING DESIRABLE PUBLIC HEALTH BEHAVIORS IN WORKING AGE 25-59 YEARS OF AGE OF WANG SAM MO DISTRICT, UDON THANI PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/257938 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the promotion of desirable health behaviors among working people, 2) to study the factors influencing the promotion of desirable health behaviors among working people, and 3) to study the development guidelines for enhancing the desirable health behaviors of people in working age between 25-59 years old in Wang Sam Mo district, Udon Thani province. The sample group was people who had the right to vote in Wang Sam Mo district, Udon Thani province 397 people. The research tools were questionnaires and interview forms. The Statistics used in quantitative research were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation and multiple regression analysis using sequential variable selection methods for discussion of results and qualitative data analysis using descriptive analysis.</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; </strong>The research found that: 1. Enhancing Desirable Public Health Behaviors in Working People Age 25-59 in Wang Sam Mo District Udon Thani Province Overall, it was found that the enhancement of desirable public health behaviors in working age was at a moderate level. 2. Value of weight, significance of factors influencing the enhancement of desirable public health behaviors in working age aged 25-59 years in Wang Sam Mo district. Udon Thani province Overall, all aspects of stress management were found to be, fitness, self-health responsibility the coefficients of the predictors in raw scores (b) were .420, .275 and .040, respectively. 3. Guidelines for development &nbsp;of enhancing desirable public health behaviors in working age aged 25-59 years in Wang Sam Mo district, Udon Thani province. Should focuses on eating healthy food. Take health supplements as ordered by the doctor. Promote health care behaviors by participating in social activities related to exercise for health providing a special channel for working people aged 25-59 years to have access to health services. To provide knowledge about the development of mental health, coordinating with relevant departments for mental quality of life for happiness Developing working age in mental health, government or network partners give importance and psychological stability in life, both emotional and life, with stress and stress management. Provide appropriate counseling and support when dealing with stress or mental imbalance on stimuli or stimulants. Create a happy atmosphere at work caused by being affected by work stimuli. Practice optimism. Look at everything in a positive way.</p> Panida Posaget Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 199 210 THE PARTICIPATION OF NETWORKING PARTNERS IN THE PREVENTION OF COMMUNITY ACCIDENTS IN WANG SAM MO DISTRICT, UDON THANI PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/257939 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the level of participation of network partners in community accident prevention in Wang Sam Mo District &nbsp;&nbsp;Udon Thani province, 2) to study and analyze factors influencing participation of network partners in community accident prevention in Wang Sam Mo district, and 3) to study the guidelines for developing the participation of network partners in community accident prevention in Wang Sam Mo district, Udon Thani province. The sample group was people who had the right to vote in Wang Sam Mo district, Udon Thani province 397 people. The research tools were questionnaires and interview forms. The Statistics used in quantitative research were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation and multiple regression analysis using sequential variable selection methods for discussion of results and qualitative data analysis using descriptive analysis.</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; </strong>The research found that; 1. The level of participation of network partners in community accident prevention in Wang Sam Mo district Udon Thani province, dependent variables, overall in all aspects, found that the participation level of network partners in community accident prevention was at a moderate level. 2. Weight of importance of factor variables influencing participation of network partners in community accident prevention in Wang Sam Mo district Udon Thani province Overall in all aspects, it was found that the role of network partners, local roles. The predictor coefficients in raw scores were .596, .358, respectively. 3. Guidelines for developing the participation of network partners in community accident prevention in Wang Sam Mo district, Udon Thani province, Should campaign for people to take part in preventing accidents Rewarding citizens for obeying traffic rules. Express opinions from people in helping in case of accidents 24 hours a day, practicing accidents for safety. Organize training and create warning signs in the community. Government agencies come to provide knowledge about accident prevention; people have knowledge about traffic laws. There are rules in common practice. Arrange a guard Install warning signs at important points. Cut down trees that obscure visibility or monthly to monitor performance. Cultivate values of awareness and create awareness of accident prevention in the community Always be responsible on the road regarding traffic laws. Network partners disseminate traffic laws to the public People are aware of safely renewing their driver's licenses to prevent accidents.</p> Penpak Pornchata Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 211 222 THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE THAI LANGUAGE AND ANALYTICAL THINKING ABILITY BY USING THE TALK MODEL OF GRADE 12 STUDENTS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/256248 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to develop the step of learning management of Talk Model, 2) to compare the achievement in the Thai language, 3) to Compare analytical thinking ability. The sample comprised 40 twelve-grade students at Suankularb Wittayalai Thonburi School during the second semester of the academic year 2021. Research instruments consisted of six lesson plans of TALK model, 30 questions of achievement test in Thai language, two questions of analytical thinking abilities evaluation form. The statistics used in the data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, and independent t-test. </p> <p> The results were as follows: 1. lesson plans of TALK MODEL are appropriate. (IOC=0.80). 2. The learning achievement is higher before receiving the instruction at a 0.5 significant level. 3) Student’s analytical thinking abilities after using TALK Model were significantly higher than before the instruction at an .05 level.</p> Prajak Noinuay Sarayut Rattanapanya Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 223 236 GOOD GOVERNANCE-BASED ADMINISTRATION OF ADMINISTRATORS IN SCHOOLS UNDER VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NORTHEAST REGION 3 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248269 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the Management condition of Good governance–based Administration of administrators in school under Vocational Institute of Northeast Region 3, 2) to compare the Good governance–based Administration of administrators in school under Vocational Institute of Northeast Region 3, and 3) to gather Management recommendations of Good governance–based administration of administrators in school under Vocational Institute of Northeast Region 3. The sample groups in this research were 242 instructors form 9 institutes of Vocational Education Northeastern Region 3. The instrument used for data collection was a five-level estimation scale questionnaire. The statistics used in the data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test and F-test.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1.The overall state of management condition of the good governance–based Administration of administrators in school under Vocational Institute of Northeast Region 3 was at a high level. Ranked from high to low averages were morality, ethics, efficiency, and the side with the lowest mean is response side 2. Comparison of opinions on good governance–based administration of administrators classified by gender, educational background and work experience by overall. And in each aspect, there was a statistically significant difference at the .05 level. 3. Suggestions and opinions must be based on good and bad reasons. The most importantly, try to get everyone involved so as to focus on the benefit of the public. The reason going consider revising, decision making and decentralized.</p> Nikorn Kamlum Kittiyakorn Ladawan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 237 248 CONSUMERS’ WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR ORGANIC VEGETABLES IN CHONBURI PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/258074 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of the research article were 1) to estimate the willingness of customers to pay a price premium for organic vegetables in Chonburi province, 2) to study the factors determining a price premium for organic vegetables in Chonburi province. Responses from 400 sample participants in Chonburi Province were collected using questionnaires. Logistic regression analysis is used in this study to determine the factors affecting the payment of a price premium of organic vegetables in Chonburi province using the contingent valuation method-CVM, with open-ended single bounded estimation and payment card approaches.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The results of the research were as follows: 1. the study for the first objective show that the highest value of willingness to pay was expressed toward organic per kilogram at 65, 60, 60 and65baht, respectively. The highest average prices paid per kilogram were 67.70, 62.75, 63.28 and 68.06 baht, respectively. 2. Four independent variables were found to have a positive effect on the willingness of customers to pay for four different fresh organic vegetables, namely female, age, experience of buying organic vegetables and concerns about pesticide residue in vegetables. The findings of this research can be used to aid the implementation of fresh organic vegetable policies in Thailand, particularly in Chonburi province.</p> Ekkaphark Hongsa Mana Luksamee-Arunothai Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 249 262 THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING MODEL IN CARPENTER SUBJECT FOR GRADE 12 PATHUMRATPITTAYAKOM SCHOOL, PATHUMRAT DISTRICT, ROI ET PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248768 <p> The objective of research article was to develop the teaching model in Carpenter Subject.The sample of this research consisted of 56 students grade 12 who attend in Carpenter Subject of Pathumratpittayakom School, Pathumrat district, Roi Et province. The research tool were: 1) Lesson plan with the developed teaching model, 2) learning evaluation form, and 3) posttest. Statistics in analysis data were arithmetic mean, percentage, and E<sub>1</sub>/ E<sub>2</sub> efficiency index.</p> <p> The research found that the developed teaching model based on four concepts namely: Constructivism, Constructionism, and Instructional for psychomotor domain, and Experimental instruction. The principles of the developed teaching model were children centered link new knowledge with prior knowledge and experiences, group process learning, products construction and exhibition. The teacher acted as the facilitator. The<strong> goal</strong> of the teaching model was the students be able to create quality product safely and had 21century skills. The developed teaching model included six steps: 1) Study the students’ readiness, 2) Self study, 3) Teacher demonstrate, 4) Practice according to work sheet, 5) Construct new product, and 6) Display. The IOC efficiency of the developed teaching model evaluated by the five experts was in a very high level. The efficiency from actual instruction of the developed teaching model found that the efficiency of 85.36/80.13which was higher than 80/80 criterion.</p> Photjanapong Khachonphop Sumonchat Jaroenkornburi Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 263 277 PHRA RAM : THE PERFORMING TECHRIGVE OF TEERADECH KLINCHAN https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248612 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to study Teeradech Klinchan's autobiography in terms of education, knowledge transfer process the acting ability plays an important role, 2) to study the strategies of expressing Rama's pantomime in the script and the field data of Teeradech Klinchan, Ph.D. Artist, Bureau of Sangkeet, Fine Arts Department, from research papers and field data from the sample group, namely Group of Thai Khon Dramatic Arts Specialists-Drama 3 national artists, 3 experts in Thai dance, 3 practitioners, and 10 general public, total 19 people. The research instruments consist of structured and unstructured surveys, observation forms and interviews and present the research results by descriptive methods.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1. Teeradech Klinchan is a Thai dance artist who has expertise in the field of Thai dance. He has love and respect for the profession He is also a dance artist with a large number of performances in Thai dance. The dance process has been conveyed by many teachers and teachers who are experts in Thai dance. They also traveled to disseminate Thai dance both in Thailand and abroad. With the experience of playing the role of Rama for a long time make them reach and understand the identity of Rama which includes dancing, strangulation, and realistic fictional character and with the knowledge, skills and experience accumulated coupled with a calm, gentle, polite personal character, causing the audience to love, admire, believe, and be impressed by Theeradech Klinchan's role of Rama.</p> Nanthaworaphat Pimsak Pattamawadee Chansuwan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 278 289 CULTURAL IDENTITY OF FORN HANG NOK-YOONG IN FORN BHU CHA PHRA THARD PHANOM https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248600 <p><strong> “</strong>Forn Hang Nok<strong>-</strong>Yoong<strong>” </strong>is a worship dance performed at Phra That Phanom temple in Nakhon Phanom province, usually to show reverence to Buddhists who have devotion to Phra That Phanom. This research aims to study cultural identity and the history of the <strong>“</strong>Forn Hang Nok<strong>-</strong>Yoong<strong>” </strong>in the Buddhist Lent tradition at Wat Phra That Phanom, That Phanom District, Nakhon Phanom province. By studying paper work and collecting data in the field through surveys, observations and interviews. The tools used for data collection were observation form and interview form, from 3 experts, 20 practitioners, 20 audience members, 43 people in total. The results of the data analysis were presented by descriptive analysis method.<strong> </strong></p> <p> The results revealed that Forn Hang Nok<strong>-</strong>Yoong was used in the worship Phra That Phanom in the tradition of the end of Buddhist Lent<strong>. </strong>It shows the identity that appears in the form of performance has its own distinctive identity, the culture of beliefs that have been cultivated from past to present<strong>.</strong> It has developed some forms, but still retains the unique identity of the performance<strong>.</strong>In addition, <strong>“</strong>Forn Hang Nok<strong>-</strong>Yoong<strong>” </strong>has been modified according to the era and to the social context of every period. The dance also provides the belief of warding off the bad spirit from the people<strong>’</strong>s lives and bring prosperity to lives which is one of the beliefs in Southeast Asia<strong>.</strong>Therefore, the <strong>“</strong>Forn Hang Nok<strong>-</strong>Yoong<strong>” </strong>is present in the society of the Isan people and has become a heritage preserved for the wisdom that has been passed down to the people of Nakhon Phanom to maintain it.</p> Supakorn Chalongpak Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 290 304 FACTORS IN DECISION-MAKING TO APPLY FOR RECRUITED MILITARY SERVICE IN THE AREA OF ROI ET PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249049 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the factors influencing people’s decision-making to volunteer for military service, and 2) to study ways to motivate more people to volunteer for military service. The research tools included a questionnaire and an interview. The questionnaire was used to enquire 285 samples from 995 draftees who volunteered to serve the armed force in Roi-Et in the year 2561. The number of sample was calculated by Taro Yamane Formula. Meanwhile, the interview was conducted with 3 groups. Group 1 comprised 9 people who volunteered to serve the armed force in the year 2561. Group 2 comprised 6 people who volunteered to serve the armed force in the year 2560. Group 3 comprised 4 recruiting officers. The data obtained from the interviews were categorized, analyzed, synthesized, and presented descriptively.</p> <p> The research findings were as follows: 1. the overall factors influencing people’s decision-making to volunteer for military service were at a high level. When aspects of the factors were considered, it was found that 4 aspects were at a high level. These aspects were ranked from high to low as follows: self-worth aspect, prestige and pride aspect, advantage aspect, and information aspect. Worthiness aspect was at a middle level. 2. The ways to motivate more people to volunteer for military service were found in accordance with the five aspects. Regarding worthiness aspect, salary and allowance had to be raised. For advantage aspect, a quota for military student recruitment had to be increased for military volunteers. For the self-worth aspect, a certificate had to be offered to a military volunteer who was strictly disciplined. For prestige and pride aspect, a certificate of honor had to be issued for a military volunteer. For information aspect, various channels for information access had to be increased.</p> <p> </p> Waragorn Tumsud Prayote Songklin Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 305 315 THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT USING MODEL-BASED LEARNING HROUGH PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY IN GEOGRAPHY FOR MATTHAYOMSUKSA 4 OF MAHASARAKHAM UNIVERSITY DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249142 <p> The objectives of the research article were to examine the consequences of using professional learning community to developlearning management upon model-based learning in Geography of Matthayomsuksa 4. This study is an action research. The sample group was 40 students of class 4/1 of Mahasarakham University Demonstration School. The instruments used were the minutes of meeting form, observation form and teaching note. Data was analyzed as stated by the purpose of this research and presented through descriptive analysis.</p> <p> The results of the study were as follows: Plan–creating a collaborative working group with department of Geography, designing lesson plans focusing on active learning. Act–teaching topography through model-based learning, guiding for building model oftopography in the form of Jigsaw. Observe–not only could observer be adviser in creating topography, but also add knowledge, participate the discussion and give the marks or the reward to students. Reflect–meeting after the observation at least two times with a week gap in between.</p> Khomkrit Channarong Phakarat Sukchoom Kornchanok Rattha Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 316 328 DEVELOPMENT OF BENJAWITHEE MODEL AT CHALERMPRAKIAT SCHOOL GROUP UNDER THE OFFICE OF THE BASIC EDUCATION COMMISSION https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249078 <p> This research aimed to 1) study components, indicators and guidelines for development student characteristics with Benchawithi, 2) to create a model for the development student characteristics with Benchawithi. The researcher conducts research according to the research and development process. The research consisted of four steps as follows: Step 1: Study elements, indicators and guidelines for developing student characteristics with Benjavithi by studying research papers. and study visits to 3 model schools. Step 2: Create a model for developing students' characteristics with Benjawithi, assessed by experts, and 15 experts. Instruments of this research were 1) the data record from 2) the study record from 3) the suitability assessment from. The statistics used in the research were percentage, mean and standard deviation.</p> <p> The results of the research were found that; 1. student characteristics with Benchawithi, there were 5 elements, 19 indicators as follows: component 1, honoring the institute with 4 indicators; The third element indicates good personality, 4 indicators, element 4, discipline, 5 indicators, element 5, honor modesty, there are 5 indicators. 2. The development student characteristics with Benchawithi is characterized by a structured diagram that relates to 6 elements: 1) Principle and Rationale. 2) Objectives 3) Benjawithi 4) Benchawithi development approach includes 7 driving activities and 1 supporting activity 5) learning materials and 6) measurement and evaluation. There are two approaches comprising an integrated activity and a project to promote student characteristics with Benjavithi, and the model evaluation results showed that student characteristics with Benchawithi of Overall suitability are at a high level, and there are overall possibilities at a high level.</p> Siriporn Poomiphun U-rasa Promta Chumnian Pollaharn Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 329 341 THE TRANSMISSION OF DAZHOU FOLK SONG FROM FOLK PHILOSOPHY IN DAZHOU CITY, SICHUAN PROVINCE, CHINA https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248949 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the transmission and collect information about Dazhou folk song from artists and procession of teaching Dazhou folk songs, 2) to study organizing and perfecting the teaching methods of Dazhou folk songs. The conceptual framework as follows: the education theory, cultural transmission theory, folk psychology theory and folk music theory. Including chosen the concept of Bloom’s Taxonomy that the framework elaborated by Bloom and his collaborators consisted of 6 major categories: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation. The methodologies of research as followed by the fieldwork the process of conveying philosophy, the process of transmission of Dazhou folk song as survey, observation, participant observation, in– depth interview, focus group discussion. Afterwards, the researchers analyzed the literature of folk music, arrangement, vocal techniques, musical performances, and folk music transfer process.</p> <p> The results of the research showed that 1. Da Zhou folk songs All reflect the way of life and the connection of the villagers with nature and agriculture, such as the Song of the Mountain. Song of the River Pets imitating music. The Dazhou folk artist. 2. Teaching and learning management in education. and has the following transmission process: 1. Storytelling, 2. demonstration, 3. practicality, 4. performances, 5. setting up a place to be a learning resource, 6. using technology for recording as a teaching medium, and 7. broadcasting by performing Dazhou folk songs. The Dazhou folk songs are songs of a specific area and are well known in Dazhou. Therefore, the form and content of singing are free. It is very popular among villagers. Due to the use of local languages in folk songs, they use interesting melodies, provocative rhythms to convey emotions, thoughts, ideologies, life and folk wisdom. Folk songs have the longest history, the simplest structure, the largest number, and the most widely spread in Chinese traditional. Poems from an anthology of Chinese classical poetry. The classroom setting arranged by the teacher: each lesson lasts 40 minutes, 5 lessons per week. The number of students varies each time, about 20 students. The classroom is located at Jingu Square in Xuanhan County. There are no restrictions on the age of students between 20 and 60. In each class, the teacher will practice the voice collectively and open up his voice to release the voice. Then, students will practice singing, and finally they will practice Dazhou folk songs are taught in classrooms by local folk song teachers. In class, students can learn the singing skills and singing style of Dazhou folk songs and the teacher teaches students how to express the singing skills through specific musical score teaching.</p> Chen Honglei Peerapong Sensai Watcharanon Sangmuenna Natthapong Prathumchan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 342 354 THE CURRICULUM MAKING FOR STUDENT ADJUSTMENT OF THE STUDENTS IN THE GENERAL EDUCATION SECTION OF PHRAPARIYATTIDHAMMA SCHOOLS USING THE BUDDHIST THREEFOLDMETHODS OF LEARNING https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/258159 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of the research article were 1) to study about the behavior of the&nbsp; students studying in the general education section of Phra Pariyattidhamma School, 2) to create the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the&nbsp; students studying in the general education section of Phra Pariyattidhamma School, 3) to evaluate the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the&nbsp; students studying in the general education section of Phra Pariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha), and 4) to make a curriculum handout to adjust the behavior of the&nbsp; students studying in the general education section of PhraPariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha). The research sample consisted of 173 administrators, teachers, and staff working in the general education section of Phra Pariyattidhamma School in group 3. The research instrument was a questionnaire. The statistics used for the data analysis were frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The research results revealed that: 1. The behavior of the students studying in the general education section of PhraPariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha) was overall in a moderate level. 2. The curriculum creation consisted of ‘Percepts or Silasikkha’, ‘Doing Meditation or&nbsp; Samathisikkha’, and ‘Wisdom or Panyasikkha’. 3. The curriculum pattern was overall in a high and suitable level. 4. The handout for the adjustment of the behavior of the students studying in the general education section of PhraPariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha) based on the rational criterion, objectives, target group, procedures, venues, duration of the training, training staff, expected outcomes, monitoring and evaluation processes. The main focus of the curriculum to adjust the behavior of the students studying in the general education section of PhraPariyattidhamma School using Buddhist Threefold Training (Traisikkha) was mentioned in the set basements.</p> Phrakhu Pisitthammanites Phramaha Sayan Vongsurin Juree Saijunjiam Samran Srikammoon Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 355 366 RESPONSE TIME PHYSICAL FITNESS ASSESSMENT FOR ROUND KICK OF COMBATIVE ATHLETES https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/258170 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of the research article were 1) to create a response time measuring instrument for round house kicks of martial athletes, 2) To study the round house kick response time of combat sports, and 3) to assess the round house kick reaction time among athletes. Subjects of this research were 45-combative athletic volunteers of central Zone of Thailand National Sports University aged 18-25 years divided as 10-mail and 5-female Panchak Silat, 10-mail and 5-female Taekwondo and 10-mail and 5-female Muay Thai. To separate groups of subjects with reaction times and analyze the data for Pearson's correlation coefficient.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The research results revealed that: 1. Reaction time measuring instrument has created with 5-male subjects and 5-female subjects separately from research volunteer with content validity of 0.93. 2. Tried out of a reaction time measuring instrument reliabilities in this study was 0.89 for reaction time, 0.92 for movement time, respectively, the objectivities was&nbsp; 0.94) for reaction time, and 0.93 for movement time, respectively. 3. A round house kicking ability tests for the effectiveness of combative athletes among 45 combative athletic volunteers, divided as male and female groups. This study resulted that 10-volunteers had a very good reaction time, 14 volunteers had a very good movement time, 18- volunteers had a good movement time, 19-volunteers had a good movement time, 5-volunteers had an average reaction time, 5-volunteers had average reaction time 5 had an average movement time, 12-volunteers had slow reaction time, and 7-volunteers had slow movement time. Therefore, this study concluded that reaction time measuring instrument that researcher created possessed a high quality of fidelity and confidence. It can be used as reaction performance assessment for kicking abilities of combative athletes.</p> Thawatchai Kaithongsuk Thawatchai Kanchanathaweekul Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 367 377 THE PROGRAM OF REINFORCED COMPETENCY LEARNING MANAGEMENT THROUGH THE PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL) FOR TEACHERS UNDER THE SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE MAHASARAKHAM https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249457 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study current, desirable conditions and needs for learning management of Project-based Learning (PBL), and 2) to develop the program of reinforced competency Learning Management through The Project - based Learning (PBL) for teachers under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Mahasarakham. The sample consisted of 323 teachers, 6 teachers and administrators and 9 educational experts using discussion to verify and evaluate program. Research instruments were questionnaire, semi-structured interview, focus group discussion and appropriateness and feasibility assessment of the program. The frequency, percentage, means, standard deviation, Pearson product-moment correlation, Cronbach's alpha coefficient and Modified Priority Needs Index were employed to analyze data. </p> <p> The findings of this research were as follows: 1. The overall of current condition for learning management of the project-based learning (PBL) was at high level, the desirable condition for learning management of the project-based learning (PBL) was at high level and needs to enhance teacher competency for learning management of the project-based learning (PBL) for teachers under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Mahasarakham by ranking from maximum to minimum following 1) project evaluation, 2) project operation, 3) report writingม 4) presentations, 5) defining and selecting project topics and 6) data collection planning design. 2. The Program of Reinforced Competency Learning Management through the Project-based Learning (PBL) for teachers under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Mahasarakham composed of 1) principle, 2) objective, 3) content and activities which included 4 modules. 4) 70:20:10 Learning Model, development process which included self-directed learning, attendance training and seminar, workshop and action learning and 5) program evaluation. The overall of the assessment of learning management of the Program in term of appropriateness and possibility was at highest level.</p> Pailom Boodsamongkol Sutum Thummatasananon Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 378 390 THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE LEARNING ACTIVIES BASED ON THE CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY OF CHANGE OF SUBSTANCES OF GRADE 5 STUDENTS AT BAN LAO KHAM SCHOOL (THE FOUNDATION FOR SOCIAL WELFARE EDUCATION), MUANG DISTRICT, ROI ET PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249486 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to develop science learning activities based on the concept of constructivist theory on the transformation of substances. of grade 5 students with efficiency according to the criteria 80/80, 2) to compare the learning achievement between before and after school subject matter change of substance, and 3) to study the satisfaction of grade 5 students at Science learning activities were developed based on the concept of constructivist theory. The sample group used in this research was Prathomsuksa 5 students at Ban Lao Kham School. (The Foundation for Social Welfare Education), there were 11 people. The research instruments were. 1) 4 plans for learning management in science subjects based on constructivist theory. 2) Type measures the achievement of science learning. 3) The satisfaction measure on science learning activities based on the concept of constructivist theory. The statistics used in the research were percentage, mean, standard deviation and testing the hypothesis with t-test dependent.</p> <p> </p> <p> The research results showed that: 1. Science learning activities based on the concept of constructivist theory on the transformation of substances of grade 5 students developed by the researcher the efficiency was 87.50/82.42, meeting the 80/80 threshold set. 2. Grade 5 students who studied using learning activities based on constructivist theory have higher academic achievement after school than before statistically significant at the .01 level. 3. Grade 5 students who study using science learning activities based on the concept of constructivist theory. Satisfaction with learning activities at the highest level. As a result, grade 5 students are learning and improving their scientific knowledge. It can be applied to create new knowledge, resulting in better satisfaction with science and increased academic achievement effectively.</p> Samattaya Apaison Parichat Prasertsang Surachai Rattanasuk Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 391 404 THE PARTICIPATION OF PEOPLE IN LOCAL DEVELOPING PLAN OF CHAIWAREE SUB-DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, PHO CHAI DISTRICT, ROI-ET PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/247826 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to study the participation of people in planning the local developing plan of Chaiwaree Sub-district Municipality, Pho Chai district, Roi-et province, 2) to comparison participation of people in planning the Local Developing Plan of Chaiwaree Sub-district Municipality, Pho Chai district, Roi-et province, 3) to study about problem and opinion to solve the problem of people participation in planning the local developing plan of Chaiwaree Sub-district Municipality, Pho Chai district, Roi-et province. The sample group was 349 persons with the right to vote in Chaiwaree Sub-district Municipality. Research instrument was a questionnaire. The statistical used to analyze data were frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation and the research hypothesis testing by used t-test (Independent Samples), and F-test (One-way ANOVA).</p> <p> The research findings were as follows: 1. Participation of the people in planning the local development plan of Chaiwari Sub-district Municipality, Pho Chai district, Roi-et province found that overall was at a moderate level. 2. The result of comparison of the people's participation in planning the Local Development Plan of Chaiwari Subdistrict Municipality, Pho Chai district, Roi-et province with different gender and occupation, there are different participation. The people who are different with age, education level, and monthly income, there are not different participation. 3. The problem and suggestion to solve the people participation problem in planning the local development plan of Chaiwari Subdistrict Municipality, Pho Chai district, Roi-et province in conclusion; the Municipality should enhance people participation in planning, share problems and needs, and opinions. Create the correct understanding during the Municipality and people, and give the chance to people in participation on checking plan and working and reporting the result of work to people. </p> Chinnawat Triempol Prayote Sonngklin Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 405 417 THE DEVELOPING PROGRAM FOR TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP ENHANCEMENT OF ADMINISTRATORS IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL UNDER THE SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE ROI ET https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249638 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to study the current conditions, desired conditions, and methods to enhance the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Roi Et, study the methods to enhance the creative leadership program for teachers of the secondary school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Roi Et, and 2) develop the leadership enhancement programs of creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators under the Office of the Secondary Education Service Area Roi Et. That was the research and development. The research was divided into two stages; stage 1) study current conditions and desired conditions of the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators. The sample consisted 12 school administrators, 259 teachers, 73 school committees in secondary schools using the stratified random sampling technique. The tool was the questionnaire and the methods of the creative leadership enhancement of the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators using the questionnaire. Stage 2) evaluate the appropriateness and feasibility of the leadership enhancement program of the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators by 5 experts. The research tool was the questionnaire. The statistics using for data analysis were; consistency index, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and PNI<sub>Modified</sub>.</p> <p> The research was found that; 1. Current conditions of the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators overall were in a medium level. The desired condition of the secondary school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Roi Et was in the high level. The methods of the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Roi Et. The top three listed from the needs of the enhanced methods were seminars, practices and the study visits orderly. 2. The leadership enhancement program of the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators under The Secondary Educational Service Area Office Roi Et consists of 1) the principles and reason 2) the purposes 3) the target group 4) contents which consists 4 modules; module 1) Ideological influences and visions, module 2) motivation, module 3) stimulation of intelligence, module 4) individual considerations 5) implementation which divided into 3 stages; stage 1) training, stage 2) practices, stage 3, study visits and 6) evaluation; the evaluation of the participants was divided into 3 periods of time; pre-development evaluation, during development, post-development evaluation. The evaluation results of the creative leadership for teachers of the secondary school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Roi Et were in a highest level in overall appropriately and the possibility of the program was at the highest level.</p> Anuchai Wansirat Pacharawit Chansirisira Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 418 431 THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH READING COMPREHENSION SKILL BY USING TALE FOR MATTHAYOM SUKSA 2 STUDENTS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249742 <p>The purposes of this study were to: 1) determine the efficiency of the lesson plans for reading for reading comprehension by using tale with criterion 75/75, 2) compare the reading comprehension before and after using tale, and 3) study the satisfaction of students in Matthayom Suksa 2 with learning English reading comprehension by using tales. The target group used in the research was 24 students. The tools were used in this research consisted of 6 developed lesson plans of English reading comprehension by using tale, an achievement test and a questionnaire for measuring the students’ satisfaction. The statistics used to analyze data were percentage, mean, standard deviation and t-test (Dependent sample).</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1. The result of the students’ English reading for comprehension by using tales met the efficiency (E<sub>1</sub>/E<sub>2</sub>= 84.88/82.40) which were significantly higher than the standard criterion of (E<sub>1</sub>/E<sub>2</sub>=75/75). 2. The result of the students’ post-test scores of English reading for comprehension by using tale was significantly higher than the pretest scores at the .05 level. 3. The result of the students’ satisfaction of English reading for comprehension by using tales was at the high level.</p> Thanpakkanant Tubpumee Sooksil Prasongsook Duangporn Sriboonruang Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 432 445 THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH VOCABULARY LEARNING ABILITY BY USING TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE (TPR) FOR GRADE 2 STUDENTS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249792 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to develop the processing of English vocabulary learning by using Total Physical Response (TPR), for Grade 2 Students to met the efficiency criterion of the 80/80, 2) to compare the achievement score of English vocabulary before and after learning by using Total Physical Response (TPR), 3) to study the quality of English vocabulary learning with the coefficient of distribution finding, 4) to determine the Effectiveness Index (EI) in English vocabulary learning, 5) to study the satisfaction for learning English vocabulary and 6) to study the retention in learning English vocabulary of grade 2 students. The sample groups in this research were 30 students who studied in grade 2/2, in the first semester of the 2019 academic year at the Demonstration School of Maha Sarakham Rajabhat University. The sample was obtained by Cluster Random Sampling. The instruments used in this study were 3 lesson plans, totaling 15 hours of study time and using Total Physical Response (TPR) in learning, an achievement test of 30 items and 25 items of Learning activities quality assessment form and 15 items of the satisfaction questionnaire. The data were statistically analyzed by mean, standard deviation, percentage and t-test using Dependent Sample was used to compare the achievement scores before and after learning and after 14 days of learning.</p> <p> The findings revealed that: 1. the efficiency (E<sub>1</sub>/E<sub>2</sub>) of English vocabular learning by using Total Physical Response (TPR) of Grade 2 students was 91.76/88.11 which was higher than the set threshold of 80/80. 2. The average achievement score of pre-study was 15.43 and an average achievement score of post-study was 26.43, the average scores in post-study were higher than the pre-study and were significantly different at the 0.01 level of statistic. 3. The average achievement score of post-study was 26.43 and the standard deviation was 1.19. The coefficient of distribution of English vocabulary learning was 4.50. 4. The Effectiveness Index (EI) in English vocabulary learning for grade 2 students by using Total Physical Response (TPR) was 0.7551, indicating that students’ English vocabulary learning ability were increased for 75.51%. 5. The students were satisfied in learning English vocabulary by using Total Physical Response (TPR) at the highest level<strong>.</strong> 6) The retention in English vocabulary learning of Grade 2 students by using Total Physical Response (TPR) after 14 days of learning was not significantly different.</p> Chidchanok Manokhan Duangpron Sriboonruang Ladawan Wattanabut Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 446 460 IMPROVING THE ABILITIES IN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION OF MATHAYOMSUKSA 1 (7th GRADE) STUDENTS BY USING MULTIMEDIA https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/249987 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to develop multimedia with English pronunciation for class grade 7 with 80/80 performance criterion, 2) to compare English pronunciation abilities of Mathayomsuksa 1 students before and after the learning using the English pronunciation multimedia, 3) to survey the students’ satisfaction with learning using the English pronunciation multimedia for Mathayomsuksa 1 students. The sample of this study consisted of 25 Mathayomsuksa 1 students in Ban Nongpan School, Na Dun District, Maha Sarakham Province selected by using the purposive sampling technique. The instruments for data collection in this research consisted of 7 learning plans, the English pronunciation multimedia for Mathayomsuksa 1 students, an achievement test and a satisfaction questionnaire. The statistics used for data analyses were mean, standard deviation and dependent sample t-test for testing hypothesis.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1. the efficiency of the multimedia to improve English pronunciation skills for Mathayomsuksa 1 students, developed by the researcher, was 89.03/89.60, which was higher than the defined criterion. 2. The English pronunciation abilities of Mathayomsuksa 1 students was higher than before learning using the English pronunciation multimedia with at the 0.05 level of significance and corresponding with the hypothesis, and 3. The satisfaction of Mathayomsuksa 1 students with the learning using the English pronunciation multimedia for Mathayomsuksa 1 students, showed the averagesatisfaction score at high level, indicating that the students were highly satisfied.</p> Rattanakorn Settemi Sooksil Prasongsook Mayureesirin Siriwan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 461 475 CAUSAL FACTORS AFFECTING REPURCHASE INTENTION FOODS ON FOODPANDA APPLICATION OF CONSUMERS IN BANGKOK AND ITS VICINITY https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/258656 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of this research article were to 1) develop and validate the consistency of a causal relationship model of repurchase intention foods on the Foodpanda application and 2) to study causal factors affecting repurchase intention foods on the Foodpanda application of consumers in Bangkok and its vicinity. The tools used in the research were online questionnaires. The sample group consisted of 375 people who had repurchase intention foods on the Foodpanda application and lived in Bangkok and its vicinity. The statistics used in data analysis where frequency, percentage, and the structural equation model.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The results of the research showed that; 1. the causal relationship model of variables consisting of 4 components were 1) confirmation 2) perceived usefulness&nbsp;3) satisfaction and 4) repurchase intention and the model was developed in accordance with empirical data. The statistics showed the Chi-square statistics goodness fit test (χ<sup>2</sup>)=264.41, degrees of freedom(df)=138, CMIN/df=1.79, GFI=0.94, AGFI=0.90, SRMR=0.05, RMSEA=0.05. The final result was a predictive coefficient of 0.89, indicating that the variables in the model can explain repurchase intention foods on Foodpanda application by 89 percent. 2. Causal factors were confirmation, perceived usefulness, satisfaction influences repurchase intention foods on Foodpanda application respectively.</p> Nattapon Kumyoung Somchai Lekcharoen Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 476 488 DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN WITH ONLINE LEARNING APPLICATIONS BY GAMIFICATION LEARNING APPROACH TO PROMOTE THE ABILITY TO THINK AND SOLVE PROBLEMS SYSTEMATICALLY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/250782 <p> Development of instructional design with online learning applications by gamification learning approach to promote the ability to think and solve problems systematically of elementary school students. The objectives of this study have 1) to develop an online teaching and learningby gamification learning approach to promote the ability to think and solve problems. 2) To finofefficienex of application and achievement after learning with an line teaching management application by gamification learning approach to promote the ability to think and solve problems. 3) Satisfaction study of grade 6<sup>th</sup> students toward application, online teaching management by gamification. The population and sample group were students in grade 6<sup>th </sup>at Anuban Mae Moh School (Community 1), Mae Moh District, Lampang Province, Lampang Primary Education Service Area Office 1, with 35 students. Using one-to-one, small-group, and field-based experimental patterns. The tools were 1) application. 2) Learning achievement test. 3) Lesson plans for grade 6 students. 4) Systematic assessment of problem-solving ability. 5) Satisfaction Survey. The statistics used in the data analysis were mean, percentage, standard deviation.</p> <p> The results showed that; 1. The quality result of the application, the suitability of the various elements of the online teaching management application by gamification learning approach to promote the ability to think and solve problems, it was found that the quality was appropriate and consistent at a high level. has an average of 4.47 in the same way the creation and efficiency of application was performed with one-to-one, small-group, field-efficiency equal to the required benchmarks every time. 2. The systematic assessment result of problem solving skillsfrom the experimental used with students in grade 6 at Anuban Mae Moh School with 35 students. It was found that the average score for all items with an average of 3.43 at a high level and the standard deviation is 0.26. 3. The satisfaction result of grade 6<sup>th</sup> students with learning activities with online teaching management application by gamification learning approach to promote the ability to think and solve problems. It was found that the highest level. Has an average of 4.93.</p> Nattapon Kaewudon Fisik Sean Buakanok Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 489 502 POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE IN NAKHON RATCHASIMA PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/250884 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the level of political participation in the local government of the people in Nakhon Ratchasima province, 2) to examine factors political participation in the local government of the people in Nakhon Ratchasima province. The study was quantitative research. The sample used for this research of people living in Nakhon Ratchasima Province was 400 people. Data were collected by using questionnaires. The statistics used to analyze the data were frequency, percentage, mean, deviation, and Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA).</p> <p> The results were found; 1. the overall level of political participation in the local government organization of the people in Nakhon Ratchasima province was at a low level. 2. Majority of the people exercised their right to vote, followed by contact with government agencies in local government organizations. Factors influencing political participation in local government organizations of people in Nakhon Ratchasima province, demographic factors such as age, income, and domicile, statistically influenced political participation in local government organizations of people in Nakhon Ratchasima province at the .05 level of significance.</p> Sirima Watcharasukpho Jidapa Thirasirikul Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 503 514 MANAGEMENT OF CIRC TEACHING AND LEARNING MODEL TO ENHANCE READING AND WRITING SKILLS DURING THE COVID-19 SITUATION AT BAN NONG PERK SCHOOL, BURIRAM PRIMARY EDUCATION SERVICE AREA OFFICE 1 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/258762 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the management level of CIRC teaching and learning model to enhance reading and writing skills during the Covid-19 situation, 2) to study the factors influencing the management of the CIRC teaching and learning model to enhance reading and writing skills during the Covid-19 situation, and 3) to study the guidelines for the management of the CIRC teaching and learning model to enhance reading and writing skills during the Covid-19 situation at Ban Nong Perk School, Buriram Primary Education Service Area Office 1. The sample consisted of 400 people. The research instruments were questionnaires and interview forms. Statistics used in research including the average standard deviation and multiple regression analysis using sequential variable selection method.</p> <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The research found that; 1. The level of management of the CIRC teaching and learning management model for enhancing reading and writing skills during the Covid-19 situation, Ban Nong Perk School, Buriram Primary Education Service Area Office 1, overall dependent variables in all aspects were at moderate level. The factors influencing the management of the CIRC teaching and learning management model to enhance reading and writing skills during the Covid-19 situation at Ban Nong Perk School of Buriram Primary Education Service Area Office1 and the results found that evaluation by peer group, independent training field, the predictor Coefficients in raw scores were .425 and .278 respectively. guidelines for the management of the CIRC teaching and learning model to enhance reading and writing skills during the Covid-19 situation at Ban Nong Perk School, Buriram Primary Education Service Area Office 1. In terms of teaming together to learn: It is necessary to have a plan for teaming together to learn together in CIRC teaching whit members having different abilities with clear goals. Reading grouping: It is necessary to plan for teaching and learning CIRC. Reading groups clearly organize reading groups. Basic Activities: It is necessary to create an understanding of the meaning of word in CIRC learning and teaching for students and create an understanding of the meaning of a group of words.</p> Pitipat Thanachotkitipat Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-05-26 2022-05-26 11 2 515 525 THE EFFECT OF TEACHING METHOD BASED ON AFFECTIVE DOMAIN OF HEALTH EDUCATION LEARNING ON HEALTH BEHAVIOR IN GRADE 9 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/252123 <p> This research article intended for 1) to study the learning achievement on health behavior by using a teaching model based on the concept of developing psychology of students in grade 9, 2) to compare the learning achievement on health behaviors using a learning style teaching based on the concept of developing psychology of students in grade 9 between before and after learning, 3) to compare the health behaviors of grade 9 students studying on health behaviors by using a teaching model based on the concept of developing psychology between before and after learning, 4) to study student satisfaction that study about healthy behavior by using teaching method based on affective domain of health education learning on health behavior. It is a Pre-experimental research. Using a single experimental group that have pretest and posttest. The sample group is the forty students in grade 9 at Chumpholphonphisai School by random grouping. Duration of the activity is 11 weeks. Research tools are learning management plan based on the concept of developing psychology, learning achievement test, health behavior assessment form and satisfaction questionnaire. The statistics used to analyze the data were mean, standard deviation progress percentage and dependent t-test.</p> <p> The results of the research found that: 1. A study of academic achievement on health behaviors by using a teaching model based on the concept of developing psychology of the grade 9 students the mean was 27.80, and the standard deviation was 1.16. 2. Comparison of learning achievement on health behaviors by using a teaching and learning model based on the concept of mental development that the students had a statistically significantly higher after learning achievement at the .05 level than before. 3. Comparison of students' health behaviors by using a teaching and learning model based on the concept of mental development the students' health behaviors after learning were significantly higher than before at the .05 level. 4. Satisfaction in teaching and learning by using teaching method based on affective domain of health education learning on health behavior had a mean equal to 4.76 at the highest level and the standard deviation of 0.44 was at the highest level.</p> Donruedee Nonsurat Thacha Runcharoen Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 526 540 A STUDY OF LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT AND ABILITY TO SOLVE PROBLEMS OF HEALTH EDUCATION SUBJECT IN ADOLESCENT RISK BEHAVIOR BY USING PROBLEM-BASE LEARNING METHOD OF MATHAYOMSUKSA 3 STUDENTS BANNONGSAGKOKNOY SCHOOL https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/258798 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of this research were 1) to study the learning achievement of adolescent risk behaviors of Mathayomsuksa 3 students with problem-based learning must have a grade point average of not less than 70% of the full score and the number of students who pass the criteria not less than 70% of the total number of students, 2) to compare learning achievement Before and after school about teenage risk behaviors of Mathayomsuksa 3 students with problem-based learning, 3) to study the problem-solving abilities of Mathayomsuksa 3 students on adolescent risk behaviors by using problem-based learning Must have a grade point average of not less than 70% of the full score and the number of students who pass the criteria not less than 70% of the total number of students, 4) to study the satisfaction of learning management on adolescent risk behavior of Mathayomsuksa 3 students towards problem-based learning. The target group for this research was 12 students in Mathayomsuksa 3 at Bannongsaengkhoknoi School, Muang District, KhonKaen Province. The tools for conducting research were 1) 6 problem-based learning management plans. 2) Educational achievement test on adolescent risk behavior it was a multiple choice test. 3) A problem solving ability test. 4) A satisfaction assessment form. Data analysis using mean standard deviation, percentage, percentage progression, and t-test statistics were used.</p> <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The research results were found that: 1. the students had the learning achievement of adolescent risk behavior with a mean of 3.66, the standard deviation was 0.71, representing 73.26 percent, and there were 11 students who passed the criteria, representing 91.66 percent, which was higher than the set criteria 70/70. 2. Comparison of the students' learning achievement after school is higher than before statistically significant at the level of 0.5. 3. The students had the ability to solve problems regarding the risk behaviors of adolescents with an average of 2.76 or 71.80 percent, the standard deviation was 0.2, and there were 9 students who passed the criteria, equivalent to 74.96%, and the standard deviation was 0.89, which was high. Than the set threshold is 70/70 4. Students are satisfied with the learning activities. The mean was 4.72 and the standard deviation was 0.15 at the highest level.</p> Waranyoo Sochat Thacha Runcharoen Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 541 555 ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION EFFECT ON SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES SUCCESS IN NORTHERN THAILAND https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/251455 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to study the importance of entrepreneurial orientation and the successes of SMEs in the northern region, and 2) to study the entrepreneurial orientation that consists of innovativeness, risk-taking and pro-activeness on the successes of SMEs entrepreneurs in the northern region. In this research, A sample of 174 entrepreneurs SMEs in Northern. The data were analyzed by Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA), Multicollinearity Test, and structural equation model (SEM).</p> <p> The research was found that; 1. Entrepreneurial orientation of SMEs entrepreneurs in the northern region. All variables have a relationship. Moreover, Risk-taking, Pro-activeness and innovativeness are affected the success of business. 2. The results of theoretical framework analysis and the empirical data are consistent. The results of the research can be used as information for development assessing the situation in business and used in strategic planning to create a competitive advantage in business.</p> Jirapa Junbua Kamolthip Dechaprakrom Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 556 567 AN EVALUATION OF BACHELOR OF EDUCATION PROGRAM IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION (REVISED A.D.2013), THAILAND NATIONAL SPORTS UNIVERSITY https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/250262 <p> This research article have context analysis, evaluation input, process, and product of the bachelor of education program(5 years curriculum) in physical education (revised A.D.2013), Thailand National Sports University. The samples of this research were 80 curriculum lecturers, 80 lecturers, 1,650 current students in the faculty of education, 500 graduates, and 145 employers. The instruments used to collect data were structured interviews and questionnaires. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, percentage, mean, and standard deviation.</p> <p> The results included the following: 1. Context: The curriculum was consistent with the university’s philosophy, resolution, slogan, motto, and vision. It has been developed according to Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education. 2. Input: The content of curriculum was comprehensive and applicable. The quality of lecturers and students was at high level. There was an adequate teaching support system and met the criteria of the Teachers’ Council of Thailand. 3. Process: It was arranged in order of subject according to the curriculum’s study plan and lecturers provided good advice to students. 4. Product: Graduates who completed the program had appropriate qualifications, characteristics, and competence according to goals and objectives and were ready to perform duties effectively. Employers had opinions about the suitability of the program for achievement beyond academics.</p> Kiattiwat Watchayakarn Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 568 582 EFFECTIVENESS OF BANGKOK'S POLITICAL COMMUNICATION IN A DIGITAL PLATFORM https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/252787 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study the level of effectiveness of political communication in Bangkok in a digital platform, and 2) to study the factors affecting the effectiveness of Bangkok's political communication in a digital platform. This research was a quantitative research and studied the factors affecting the effectiveness of Bangkok's political communication in a digital platform. The research population was the population in Bangkok and the number of samples were 400 populations in Bangkok. The research employed the questionnaire as an instrument of collecting information. Descriptive statistics utilized in the study were frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation, and inferential statistics was Pearson’s correlation coefficient analysis and multiple regressions (Stepwise).</p> <p> The results showed that: 1. the level of effectiveness in political communication in Bangkok in a digital platform was moderate. 2) Factors affecting the effectiveness of Bangkok’s political communication in a digital platform were moderate. results found that sender factor was low level, communication channel factor was low level, information factor was moderate, and receiver factor was moderate had positive affect and could jointly predict the effectiveness of Political Communication in Bangkok in a Digital Platform at the .05 level of statistical significance.</p> Piyapon Pongkaew Jidapa Thirasirikul Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 583 594 EFFECTIVENESS OF COVID-19 PREVENTION AND CONTROL POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN THE AREA OF BUDDHISM TEMPLES IN BANGKOK https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/252788 <p> The objectives of the research article were 1) to study level of effectiveness of Covid 2019 prevention and control policy implementation in the area of Buddhism temples in Bangkok, 2) to examine factors affecting effectiveness of Covid 2019 prevention and control policy implementation in the area of Buddhism temples in Bangkok, and 3) to develop suggestion for improving effectiveness of Covid 2019 prevention and control policy implementation in the area of Buddhism temples in Bangkok. The research was a quantitative research and the populations of the study were people who made merit at Buddhism temples in Bangkok, were unknown number and the sample numbers were 400 people. The study employed a questionnaire as the research tool. The research utilized descriptive statistics, such as frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation, and inferential statistics, such as Pearson’s Correlation and regression analysis (Stepwise).</p> <p> The study found that: 1. level of effectiveness of Covid 2019 prevention and control policy implementation in the area of Buddhism temples in Bangkok were at a high level. 2. to examine factors affecting effectiveness of Covid 2019 prevention and control policy implementation in the area of Buddhism temples in Bangkok the study found that policy factor and policy target factor could jointly forecast effectiveness of Covid 2019 prevention and control policy implementation in the area of in Bangkok and 3. to develop suggestion for improving effectiveness of Covid 2019 prevention and control policy implementation in the area of Buddhism temples in Bangkok were as follows: the state agencies should formulate Covid 2019 prevention and control policy in accordance with monks and staffs in Buddhism temples. The state agencies should employ infographic tools to inform people about Covid 2019 prevention and control policy in the target area of Buddhism temples in Bangkok and Buddhism temples in Bangkok should prepare adequate instruments to comply with Covid 2019 prevention and control policy.</p> Panissara Pasurat Jidapa Thirasirikul Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 595 606 THE ATTITUDE OF MONKS TOWARDS THE ASSISTANCE POLICY DURING COVID-19 PANDAMIC OF GEN. PRAYUTH CHANOCHA GOVERNMENT IN 2021 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/252793 <p> This research aimed to study the level of attitude of monks towards the assistance policy during Covid-19 pandemic of Gen. Prayuth Chanocha government in 2021, and to analyze the differences in demographic factors affecting the monks’ attitude level towards the assistance policy during Covid-19 pandemic of Gen. Prayuth Chanocha government in 2021. The sample was 166 monks collected by utilizing accidental sampling. The tools used were questionnaires and the statistical techniques were frequency, percentage, means, standard deviation, and F-test.</p> <p> The research found that the level of overall attitude of monks towards the assistance policy during Covid-19 pandemic of Gen. Prayuth Chanocha government in 2021 was at a low level. There were statistical differences in demographic factors of monks, such as position, ordination periods, and age which affected the monk's attitude level towards the assistance policy during Covid-19 pandemic of Gen. Prayuth Chanocha government in 2021 at a statistical level of confidence of 0.05.</p> Tanawat Junlek Chanchai Chitlaoarporn Jidapa Thirasirikul Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 607 620 THE DEVELOPMENT OF GUIDELINES FOR INTERNAL SUPERVISION IN EDUCATION ERA 4.0 OF SCHOOLS UNDER THE SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE BURIRAM https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/258931 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The objectives of this research article were 1) to examine the current condition, desirable state and priority needs index of guidelines for Internal Supervision in Education 4.0 era, 2) to develop of Guidelines for Internal Supervision in Education 4.0 era of Schools under The Secondary Educational Service Area Office Buriram. The samples consisted of 69 school principals and 275 teachers in totaled 344 cases.The instruments used were semi-structured Interview and the appropriate form of supervision approach within Thai education in the era 4.0 for schools under The Secondary Educational Service Area Office Buriram. The statistics used to analyze the obtained data were percentage, mean, standard deviation and priority needs index.</p> <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The research result revealed that: 1. the current condition of guidelines for Internal Supervision in education 4.0 era of Schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Buriram were overall found at a medium level. Upon considering each aspect it showed that the highest mean aspect was monitoring and evaluating supervision. In terms of desirable state were overall found at the highest level. Upon considering each aspect it showed that the highest mean aspect was supervising operations. Priority needs index considered each aspect from highest to lowest were 1) Operational supervision. 2) Supervision plans 3) Information feedback and 4) Monitoring and evaluating supervision. 2. The Guidelines for Internal Supervision in Education 4.0 era of Schools under The Secondary Educational Service Area Office Buriram included 4 elements 16 Guidelines. The appropriate form of supervision approach was overall found at the highest level.</p> Kantheera Thammasa Tharinthorn Namwan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 ุ621 633 THE DEVELOPMENT OF CURRICULUM TO ENHANCE ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION BY USING THE PHONICS APPROACH FOR 5 GRADE STUDENTS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/256247 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to create and determine the curriculum effectiveness, 2) to study the results from the curriculum implementation. The research was pre-experimental design. The populations of this research were 10 of 5 grade students. The instruments used in this research were curriculum, curriculum manual, and English pronunciation ability test. The data was analyzed by determining of percentage, means, standard deviation, and the percentage of relative development.</p> <p> The results of the research were as follows: 1. The curriculum forenhance English vocabulary pronunciation by using the phonics approach for 5 grade students consisted of 7 elements; Problem statement, Principle of curriculum, Aims of curriculum, Content structures, Activity, Materials Resources and Learning sources, Measurement and evaluation.The curriculum with a high level of the curriculum suitability mean. In terms of the curriculum's manual found the suitability mean was at the high level. The result from determining curriculum effectiveness showed the effectiveness index was at 0.7436. 2. The study of the results from the curriculum implementation found after studying, students had higher improvement score than prior the curriculum management. The average relative development among students was 77.85 percent.</p> Khanittha Kaewruang Parinyapast Seethong Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 634 646 APPROACH TO PROMOTE THE LIKAY AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION FOR CONSERVING AND INHERIT LOCAL WISDOM LOWER NORTH https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/246403 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to study wisdom conservation and inheritance problems, 2) approach to promote the Likay at Higher education institution for conserving and inherit local wisdom lower north. The qualitative research collect data in the field from the population from the knowledgeable group. Group of Li-Kae actors in higher education institutions and general related groups a total of 180 people. The research tools were questionnaires, interview forms, group discussions. Qualitative data analysis by inductive method and present information on descriptive methods.</p> <p> The research found that: 1. Wisdom shows that silicate appears in institutions of four areas: knowledge of dance. The musical arts wisdom. The wisdom literature and cognitive aspects of belief and ritual. Wisdom emerges from learning, training and experience by continually keeping the traditional wisdom. But at the same time with modifications developed some wisdom with age and current social conditions. In order to call attention to the dramatic performances. And to promote conservation and to inherit the silicate. The problems encountered by the actors, especially the hero and heroine must show dramatic looks better than others. The point is to call attention to Audience and mae yok. Vocal dance shows at the same time. Because the time to switch the song at the request of the audience. The language of the dramatic bending tone. Bending words to melodies, musical composition or performance. And the stage will be a prominent platform to attract the attention of silicate. The dramatic performances of institutions inherited from the older generations who still lack expertise in the silicate and not to convey the most dramatic show to others. Do not see the importance of succession dramatic arts. Another important reason, and because of society's values change more interested in Western culture. 2. Approach for Promoting the silicate in higher education institutions. Should have published the dramatic arts and culture immensely and should have organized a show of silicate. Recognizing the importance to the community. The beauty of art and culture campaign to be broadcast silicate to future generations. Lest silicate missing from a local. Higher education institutions should show dramatic arts curriculum and creating a network of learning institutions to follow. </p> Wararut Chuenjit Sitthisak Champadaeng Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 647 660 THE DEVELOPMENT OF COACHING SUPERVISION MODEL TO IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL QUALITY FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS OF SURIN PROVINCIAL EDUCATION OFFICE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/259031 <p><em>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</em>The objectives of this research article were to Develop of Coaching Supervision Model to Improving Educational Quality for Private Schools of Surin Provincial Education Office, the research was divided into 4 phases: 1) Study the basic information. The sample groups there were 183 school directors and teachers by stratified sampling. &nbsp;2) Set the model, informant group school directors and teachers comprising 10 people and 9 experts, purposive sampling. 3) Implement the coaching supervision model, target group school director and teachers comprising 11 people, by willing, and&nbsp; 4) evaluate the efficiency the model, the group of informants school director and teachers comprising 11 people, purposive sampling. The tools used for data collection were a questionnaire, an interview form, focus group form and a model assessment form, quiz and Efficiency evaluation form. Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics such as frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, analyze the priorities of the necessary needs and t-test.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The results were as follows: 1. the current conditions were at medium level, desirable condition at the highest level, the needs are arranged in the following order: preparation for supervision, goal setting and action plan, guidance action and monitoring and evaluation of supervision respectively. 2.&nbsp;Result of set the model, consists of 5 parts: part 1, principles and objectives, part 2, contents, part 3 development process, part 4 evaluation and part 5 conditions of success, the results of the suitability assessment were at the high level and the feasibility was at the highest level. 3. Result of implement coaching supervision model, the knowledge assessment score after join the development higher before join the development different with statistical significance at .05 level. 4. Efficiency evaluation results, Utility, Feasibility, Propriety, and Accuracy as a whole was at highest level, and the satisfaction analysis as a whole was at highest level.</p> Thongkum Umpai Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 ุุ661 675 THE ASSESSMENT OF THE RESOURCE MOBILIZATION PROJECT TO IMPROVE THE EDUCATION QUALITY OF BAN NON LEAP HUAKHUA SCHOOL UNDER THE OFFICE OF KHONKAEN PRIMARY EDUCATION AREA 3 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/259142 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to report the results of the resource mobilization project to improve the education quality of Ban Non Leap Hua Khua School under the Office of KhonKaen Primary Education Area 3, 2) to assessment satisfaction for the project. There were 64 participants, which were school committees, school administrators, teachers and student parent Academic year 2021. The research instruments were project assessment questionnaire, satisfaction assessment questionnaire. The statistics used in the quantitative data analysis including percentage, mean, standard deviation.</p> <p> The results were as follows: 1. the assessment of the resource mobilization project to improve the education quality of Ban Non Leap HuaKhua School under the Office of KhonKaen Primary Education Area 3 as a whole was at highest level. 2. Assessment the satisfaction forwards the resource mobilization project to improve the education quality of Ban Non Leap Hua Khua School under the Office of Khon Kaen Primary Education Area 3 as a whole was at highest level.</p> Chayakarn Srinate Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 676 686 THE STUDY OF KWL-PLUS LEARNING ACTIVITIES ON ANALYTICAL READING ABILITY OF THE PRATHOMSUKSA 6 STUDENTS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/259366 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of this research article were 1) to study of KWL-Plus learning activity on analytical reading ability of the Prathomsuksa 6 students in order to achieve the criteria 75/75 of effectiveness, 2) to develop analytical reading ability for the Prathomsuksa 6 students after using KWL-Plus learning activity with the criteria 75 of percentage for learning achievement, and 3) to study satisfaction of Prathomsuksa 6 students after using KWL-Plus learning activity. The participants of the study consisted of 13 Prathomsuksa 6 students. The instruments used in the study comprised of 1) five lesson plans of Thai subject using KWL-Plus learning activity on analytical reading ability development for Prathomsuksa 6 students, 2) analytical reading ability tests, (3) students’ satisfaction questionnaire towards KWL-Plus learning activity. The statistics used in the study were percentage, mean, and standard deviation.</p> <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The results of the study revealed that: 1. The effectiveness of lesson plans using KWL-Plus learning activity to enhance analytical reading ability for Prathomsuksa 6 students pointed out that there was 78.13/76.92 of the effectiveness which higher than the criteria of 75/75. 2. The result of Prathomsuksa 6 students’ analytical reading ability after using KWL-Plus learning activity was 76.92 which higher than the criteria. It showed that students’ analytical reading ability was improved by KWL-Plus learning activity. 3. The Prathomsuksa 6 students satisfied with learning by using KWL-Plus learning activity rated in the most level.</p> Nathanan Mopim Autthapon Intasena Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 687 701 GRADUATE EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE EMERGENCE OF CORONA VIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) AT MAHAMAKUT BUDDHIST UNIVERSITY, ROI ET CAMPUS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/251399 <p> The objectives of this research article were 1) to study the condition of Graduate education administration under the emergence of Corona virus disease (COVID-19) at Mahamakut Buddhist University, Roi Et campus, 2) to present guidelines for the Graduate education administration under the emergence of Corona virus disease (COVID-19) at Mahamakut Buddhist University, Roi Et campus. The sample group in this research was 150 of lectures and student of the Graduate school level. The tools used to collect data were questionnaire. The statistics used to analyze the data were percentage, mean, and standard deviation.</p> <p> The results of this research found that: 1. a condition of Graduate education administration under the emergence of Corona virus disease (COVID-19) at Mahamakut Buddhist University, Roi Et campus. Overall, was at a high level. Ranked from the highest to the lowest average were quality of teachers, curriculum, and the evaluation was the lowest aspect. 2. Present guidelines for the Graduate education administration under the emergence of Corona virus disease (COVID-19) at Mahamakut Buddhist University, Roi Et campus, consisted of 6 elements of the survey format and 30 indicators, comprised of 1) 6 indicators of quality of teacher 2) 5 indicators of curriculum 3) 4 indicators of informal Technology 4) 4 indicators of standards for verification of research 5) 5 indicators of locations and environment, and 6) 6 indicators of evaluations.</p> Kittayakorn Ladawan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 702 712 AN ANALYSIS STUDY OF KARMA RESULT OF JINN (PETA) ACCORDING TO THE PRINCIPLE OF BUDDHIST ETHICS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/259466 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;The objectives of this research article were 1) to study the Jinn (Peta) and the karma result of the Jinn (Peta) in Buddhism, 2) to study the principles of Buddhist ethics in philosophy and 3) to analyze the karma result of the Jinn (Peta) according to the principle of Buddhist ethics. It is a qualitative research and emphases on documentary research by studying the data from the Thai Tripitaka, Mahamakut Edition, B.E. 2525, about the karma result of the Jinn (Peta) according to Buddhist ethics, commentary, sub-commentary, sub-commentary, pakornvises and according to Buddhist ethics, the research documentaries related to karma result of the Jinn (Peta) related to the rationale and the origin to classify. The research results were presented in a descriptive and analytical form.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; The results of research found that: 1. The Jinn (Peta) is one who has done karma before and must receive karma. The Jinn (Peta) is born from people who have done karma in the days of human beings who performed unwholesome karma. After his death he became a beast of hell and suffered. After the expiration of the life from hell, the fraction of unwholesome karma remains. 2. The principle of Buddhist ethics in philosophy found that Buddhist ethics as a science that deals with knowledge systems about behavior according to Buddhist principles are related to 3 levels: knowledge, truth, goodness, it is ethical criteria about philosophical principles, it is the theory of the principles that underlie human conduct, thought, knowledge.&nbsp; 3. The results of the analysis of the karma result of the Jinn (Peta) according to Buddhist ethics. In the beginning, breaking the five precepts will all lead to purgatory in hell whether it is a charity or a charity. This practice of restraining the mind from past karma or life is something that we accumulate from cause and effect. When there is a cause for an action, there is also a consequence of the action.</p> Phramaha Yingsan Phadaraphisitti(Kamonsan) Phramaha Sakol Subharamedhi Phrabidika Narin Silatejo Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 713 723 PRINCIPLES OF PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE IN THAI SOCIETY ACCORDING TO BUDDHIST PRINCIPLES https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/259468 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; This academic article It is intended to present Principles of peaceful coexistence in Thai society according to Buddhist principles Every human being is born with a duty to perform. But there is one important principle that allows humans to perform their duties and live together in a peaceful society. The principle is Buddhism, which is the principle of behavior. The right-wrong, should-not criterion that humans express themselves according to their beliefs, which are social norms and principles of uniting human beings in each society, will have the effect of making peace in society. Therefore, this article presents Buddhism, a principle in Buddhism. It is the principle of behavior and human practice that will bring about happiness. Peace in society This happiness is for the benefit of yourself. For the benefit of others or things that do to others and for the benefit of Thai society His doctrine thus creates love and unity with one another, and those who obey the teachings, whether they are monks or lay people who perform their duties in society, need to bring peace and participation. In the creation and promotion of world civilization as well And peace, which is a good thing or called Buddhism. Therefore, Buddhism is Take heart as the most important Considering the heart is great, the heart is the president, everything is accomplished by heart. It was the source of both violence and peace.</p> Phrakhruprachotmethaporn(Den Hasab) Somkhuan Namseethan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 ึ724 735 LEARNING ACTIVITIES FOR DEVELOPMENT 21st CENTURY STUDENTS TEAMWORK BEHAVIOR https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/248315 <p> Teamwork is an essential competency in the 21<sup>st</sup> century, which is critically needed to development among students in order to prepare them to grow into good citizen of society Teamwork behavior is a social skill that teachers need to focus on and develop for students. This article aims to present 1) Meaning and importance of teamwork behavior 2) Learning theories used to develop teamwork behaviors and 3) Findings that can be useful guides for developing teamwork behaviors. So that those involved can use it as a guideline for further development of student teamwork behavior.</p> Nuengruetal Malawai Oraphin Choochom Narisara Peungposop Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 736 748 DEVELOPMENT OF CURRICULUM FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES IN THE 21st CENTURY https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/259486 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;This article aims to study the meaning of curriculum development. Systematic course&nbsp; content for students to study in order to achieve the goals of social studies with 21<sup>st</sup> century learning skills. Knowledge of the world Knowledge of finance, economy, business and entrepreneurship Knowledge of good citizenship Health knowledge And environmental knowledge, Development of curriculum, learning, teaching, social studies And curriculum development planning for achieving 21<sup>st</sup> century skills.</p> Phrakruwinaithorn Wanthana Nanavaro(Suwannapeng) Panjit Sukuman Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 749 759 BUDDHIST METHODS OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT FOR SOCIAL STUDIES IN THE NEW NORMAL ERA https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/246516 <p> This academic article The objective is to present Buddhist methods of learning management, social studies, new life, new ways to acknowledge the learning management in the integration of Buddhism principles with modern learning management in accordance with the curriculum of the core of basic education. To provide effective social studies learning management in the New Normal era and in line with the learning objectives. The process of organizing social studies learning activities in the New Normal period, Buddhist method, there are 9 ways: 1) A metaphor-metaphor. (Comparison) 2) The Catechism (Question-Answer) 3) The Dharma-style (conversation) 4) The Noble Truth 4 (Define Problem, Hypothesize, Experiment, Analyze Conclusion) 5) Three studies (Discipline, Mind Be steadfast, solve the problem correctly) 6) A scholar (listening a lot, writing a lot, asking a lot, thinking very analyzing) 7) Yonisomnsikarn model (Doing it in the heart by separating urgently, using thinking in a correct way) 8) Yonisomsikarn model (Build faith and ways of thinking with the students) 9) The power of mind 4 (Satisfaction with what is learned, always persist in what is learned, focus on and pay attention to what is learned, think, analyze, ponder before applying.) By adhering to the learning management principles that focus on students Adhering to the Buddha's teaching principles: clear, motivating, courageous, cheerful, and the focus is on making students learn quality, in-depth knowledge, knowing the truth, knowing clearly and applying it. And can create innovation</p> Phra Phatthanaphon Sirisuvanno(Phetchai) Somkhuan Namseethan Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 ึุ760 770 CORONAVIRUS DISEASE SITUATION (COVID-19) AFFECTING THE CHANGE IN TRADITIONS AND CULTURES OF THAI-SO. CASE STUDY OF THAI-SO PEOPLE KUSUMAN DISTRICT, SAKON NAKHON PROVINCE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AJMBU/article/view/259517 <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;This article aims to study the coronavirus disease situation (covid-19) affecting the change in traditions and cultures of thai-so. Case study of Thai-so people kusuman district, Sakon Nakhon province. Also in Thailand, that has affected from the Coronavirus disease situation too. Accordingly, the Ministry of Public Health requires the disease control measures to control the spread of the disease and the Ministry of Culture has issued the announcementabout the guidelines for organizing an event of festivals, traditions, religious ceremonies and other ceremonies during the epidemic of COVID-19 and or The suspension or postponement of traditional activities affects traditionand culture of Thai-So in Kusuman district, Sakon Nakhon province with a strictly traditional pattern. For example, the Thai-So festival, there will be no exhibitions, no performance events; mask wearing and social distancing is required at the “Thai So festival”. However, the ancestors' rituals are still performed in the same way. Regarding the culture of birth, marriage, and death of the Thai So ethnic group affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the most obvious example is physical changes brought on by government regulations. As an example, it is necessary to wear a mask when performing the gathering rites and vaccination is also required for some gatherings. Such physical changes have never been seen before in history.&nbsp; However, the Thai So people who adhere to their culture still strictly follow the sequence of ethnic rituals.</p> Kodchakon Yanid Jarawee Kamprated Sarocha Kongdin Worawatchakon Sangam Nattapon Mahawong Copyright (c) 2022 Academic Journal of Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ 2022-06-17 2022-06-17 11 2 771 785