Public Consciousness of Vocational Students : Guidelines Development in the Context of Global Citizenship

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สุทธิวรรณ เปรี่ยมพิมาย Suttiwan Priampimai
สุวรรณา นาควิบูลย์วงศ์ Suwanna narkwiboonwong

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Public consciousness, one of the ethics for good practices people should abide by, is an important tool for mental and behavioral development as well as a factor for the advancement of the country. As the world situations are turned to be more dynamic, improving the public consciousness to generate people qualified, smart, good, be a global citizenship and ready for a changing world in the 21st century is needed for every country including Thailand. The development of public consciousness for vocational students consisted of three compositions, namely cognition, attitude and behavior, include guidelines to achieve development objectives, namely internal factors, external factors and learning styles to public consciousness development, which synthesize learning of experience and project approach that is consistent with the development process of the affective domain, four steps of learning, namely receiving, responding, valuing and organizing and characterization.

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Suttiwan Priampimai ส. เ., & Suwanna narkwiboonwong ส. น. (2018). Public Consciousness of Vocational Students : Guidelines Development in the Context of Global Citizenship. Dusit Thani College Journal, 12(1), 364–380. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/118338
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