DEVELOPMENT OF MOOCs LEARNING MODEL TO PROMOTE CAREER BASED ON PHILOSOPHY OF SUFFICIENCY ECONOMY FOR AGING

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Kalyanee Charoenchang Nuchmee
Yaowaluk Pipatjumroenkul

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The purposes of this research were 1) to develop Massive Open Online Course learning models to promote careers based on the sufficiency economy philosophy for aging, 2) to evaluate Massive Open Online Course learning models to promote careers based on the sufficiency economy philosophy for aging, and 3) to study the satisfaction of the aging learning from Massive Open Online Course learning models to promote careers based on the sufficiency economy philosophy for aging. The researchers researched as follows: Step 1) create a learning model starting with a study of related documents and research, creating a structured interview, and interviewing 18 experts to synthesize the learning model. Step 2) evaluate the suitability of the learning model with the sample at this step for seven experts and an evaluation form on the propriety of the learning model. Step 3) study the satisfaction of the aging who learn according to the learning model. By creating MOOCs according to the developed learning model, it was used for an experimentation with the experimental group which were 250 aging people in Bangkok by voluntary selection on study the satisfaction of the aging. Data analysis in this research was used content analysis, mean, and standard deviation.


The results of the research were as follows: 1) Massive Open Online Course learning models were to promote careers based on the sufficiency economy philosophy for aging consisted of five components. 2) The evaluation of Massive Open Online Course learning models to promote careers based on the sufficiency economy philosophy for aging was at a good level, and 3) overall, the satisfaction of the aging learning from Massive Open Online Course learning models to promote careers based on the sufficiency economy philosophy foraging was the highest level.

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Charoenchang Nuchmee ก. ., & Pipatjumroenkul เ. (2021). DEVELOPMENT OF MOOCs LEARNING MODEL TO PROMOTE CAREER BASED ON PHILOSOPHY OF SUFFICIENCY ECONOMY FOR AGING. Journal of Industrial Education, 20(3), 57–67. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/244664
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