The development of Green University’s Curriculum of Maejo University –Chumphon

  • Phatthanakan Tiapibool Maejo University, Chumphon Campus
  • Boonsin Jittapraphan Maejo University, Chumphon Campus
  • Chondarong Tongsong Maejo University, Chumphon Campus

Abstract

A sustainable social development requires education as a mechanism for operation. Education is used as a tool for sustainable development. There are three major components for this mechanism: 1). The curriculum is the knowledge to create wisdom in solving family and community problems, it will be the basis for creation of new knowledge and knowledge from the change of the current world; 2). Teachers or professionals should be a good model for learners to have analytical thinking and attempt to improve themselves for their future. 3). And the goal must follows the university guidelines. Therefore, the curriculum development for Green University of Maejo University at Chumphon focuses on sustainable development of education according to the strategy of Maejo University and the vision of Maejo University at Chumphon which is outcome -based education (OBE). It is necessary to create a network and link to departments, and organizations involving with environment, economic, society, have an education administration in practice, and more cooperate with agencies, especially, the content knowledge for education. Focusing on educational management is to develop, and to give opportunity for everyone to participate and realize of problems and needs of locals and communities in order to improve learners with participating process according to the Thai social context for sustainable development.

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Published
2018-07-01
How to Cite
Tiapibool, P., Jittapraphan, B., & Tongsong, C. (2018). The development of Green University’s Curriculum of Maejo University –Chumphon. Social Science Asia, 4(3), 44-55. Retrieved from https://socialscienceasia.nrct.go.th/index.php/SSAsia/article/view/131
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Research Article