DEVELOPMENT PROCESS TO IMPROVE PRODUCT OF THE LOCAL HANDICRAFTS COMMUNITY IN LAMPANG, USING THE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY

  • กัมพล แสงเอี้ยม Industrial Crafts Design, Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Thammasat University, Bangkok 10200 Thailand
Keywords: Professional Learning Community Model, Community Product Development Process, Local Woven Fabric, Community Identity

Abstract

The purpose of this qualitative research was a primary education. The main objective was to study the improvement of the local handicrafts products quality in natural dye community in Lampang using the professional learning community model (PLC). The minor purposes were 1) to study components and attribution of the professional learning community model for product development in local handicrafts community and 2) to identity an identity of the local handicrafts products. The results found that the community structures were suitable in term of "community" more than "organization" and consistent to the professional learning community model. The minor attributes related to the main components illustrated that new minor attributes were considered as a community product development process including 5 steps of 1) Mission 2) Creativity 3) Development 4) Implementation and 5) Network or “MCDIN”. The MCDIN process has been applied to create community identity for product development which consisted of 4 identifications: 1) the fabric wale 2) Natural Dye 3) Logo brand and 4) Packaging for new products.

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Published
2018-12-28
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แสงเอี้ยมก. (2018). DEVELOPMENT PROCESS TO IMPROVE PRODUCT OF THE LOCAL HANDICRAFTS COMMUNITY IN LAMPANG, USING THE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY. Journal of Industrial Education, 17(3), 10-19. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/148810
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Research Articles