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The purpose of this participatory research action established a prototype community for enhancing tribal cloth products in the Lampang community tourism promotion. Samples originated from 9 localities from Lahu (Ban Pa Kha Mae Jam, Muang Pan district), Yao (Ban Cham Pui, Mae Moh district) and Pakakayo (Soem Ngam district) in Lampang province. The participatory learning process 4 steps comprised 1) planning, 2) workshop, 3) reflecting, and 4) enhancing the prototype teacher performances from products. Group discussions, participatory observation and in-depth interviews were employed. Four major research findings were revealed: 1) Innovation of teacher development process in designing of sewing ethnic products. 2) Identification of tribal fabric products creation process through integration of community culture. 3) Networking partners in new markets allowing the best practices, experiences and success stories from the community shared in format of a prototype teacher’s book. 4) Promoting community work in provincial policies through memorandum of agreement (MOU) among the Provincial Strategic Planning Office, the Community Development Office and Lampang Rajabhat University for developing community products, and public sharing (by presenting the knowledge in Lanna Ethnic Culture and Countries in ASEAN organized by the Provincial Cultural Office). Lastly, at the regional level, the prototype teacher should receive the distinction as a guest speaker at the Northern Women's and Family Learning Center on tribal products sewing designs.
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