The Guidelines for Teaching and Learning in Krabi Krabong to Enhance Awareness of the Conservation of Thai Wisdom Sports

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Pichainarong Kongkaew

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The purpose of this research was to present guidelines for teaching and learning Krabi Krabong sport in order to raise awareness about conserving the wisdom of a traditional Thai martial art. The samples were obtained by selective selection with expertise in Krabi Krabong and physical education teaching, 10 people. The method of data collection was done by draft the guidelines for teaching and learning in Krabi Krabong to enhance awareness of the conservation of Thai wisdom sports by collect information through group discussions. Analyze data by interpreting inductive conclusions. Research results are as follows: There are 10 guidelines for teaching and learning Krabi Krabong to raise awareness about conserving the wisdom of a traditional Thai martial art as follows: 1) Developing and refining concepts 2) Restoration of Krabi Krabong 3) Elevating local masters of Krabi Krabong 4) Promotion of Krabi Krabong wisdom and heritage 5) Coordinating cooperation 6) Management of learning 7) Methods of transferring knowledge/skills in Krabi Krabong 8) Promoting activities involving Krabi Krabong 9) Publicizing and sharing martial skills in Krabi Krabong and 10) Development and research of Krabi Krabong.

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