• ภัคพงศ์ ปวงสุข Department of Agricultural Education, Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok 10520 Thailand
Keywords: the agricultural learning center, the digital society, digital age


The agricultural learning center is regarded as tool important to agricultural teaching/learning facilitation. It comprises various environmental conditions related to cultivation and animal domestication. Besides, there are environmental activities concerning with nature effecting agricultural activities. Integrated agricultural learning can be facilitated on farm, agricultural garden or even in school agricultural plots. The preparation of the agricultural learning center to be a living laboratory room with the integration of surrounding environment can enhance learners to gain direct experiences. Appropriate teaching/learning facilitation can impress learners due to their direct learning and experience. However, it should be consistent and related to current digital society having continually rapid change. This has an effect on learning process, experience and attitudes of the learner, the teacher, and attitudes of the learner, the teacher, and the community. Thus, it is essential that all concerned personnel be aware of self-development for sustainable learning.


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How to Cite
ปวงสุขภ. (2018). THE AGRICULTURAL LEARNING CENTER AND TRANSITION TO THE DIGITAL SOCIETY. Journal of Industrial Education, 17(3), 1-7. Retrieved from