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Articles by Chalard Chantarasombat
Total Records ( 4 ) for Chalard Chantarasombat
  Chalard Chantarasombat
  Educational management for local development course code 050180 is an MBA graduate course within the board of education of Mahasarakham university. The courses aim is to review the learning process and best practices to meet the context of Thai society, which is consistent with educational reforms and the national education act of 1999. The program applied Action learning process of facilitating student centered learning to 148 MBA students from the provinces of Mahasarakham, Udonthani and Nakon Ratchasima education service centers. The outcome of the program was according to the projected results, where overall satisfaction was at 93.99/80.79. The course was highly effective because during the training program all 9 steps or stages of activities needed to achieve action learning process facilitating student-centered learning were applied, creation of agreements to determine plans for learning in different courses in both single work and group work, presentations, organizing learning according to the plans with emphasis on analysis and synthesis from case studies of instructors and students, daily and monthly note-taking on learning outcomes in the notebook after action review to be utilized as portfolios, conduct tests, while learning by having students think analytically, presenting group work study results, post testing, evaluating satisfaction with teaching and manifestation of learning-teaching outcomes to show single/group work outcomes.
  Chalard Chantarasombat
  The experimental model of developing desirable student qualities is consistent and appropriate in providing desirable student qualities within the projected success level. The model helps create innovations in knowledge management, analysis of current educational situations, team preparation, motivation techniques, awareness, participation in evaluations, participation in planning processes, applying the processes to create development, follow up assessments and the exchange of knowledge. The success of the model is a combination of experimental models and successful experience of previous methods such as participation strategies, learning from practices, social movements and public communication programs and most important is the development of desirable student qualities. The overall evaluations from teachers, students and parents are highly positive to the results of desired student qualities that were obtained from the program. Students gained discipline towards themselves and to others, the students responsibilities were increased, skills in working as a team were elevated and the program helped students to enjoy reading. The teachers, students and parents also agreed that the positive results stem from the success of the 4 strategies implemented, which are strategies in building participation, strategies to create learning systems, strategy in using public communication mediums and strategy in using social developments. These strategies along with other supportive activities, which were continuously carried out, greatly improved the activities that were ineffective or processes that lacked continuation.
  Pisit Boonchai , Chusri Talubmook and Chalard Chantarasombat
  Encouraging factors of managing herbal education in the area of lower Mekong river Basin are the context of the region where the natural environment, economic and social culture has a high potential in regards to the abundance and diversity of many indigenous herbs have many knowledgeable people in herbal knowledge and an abundance of fertile natural sources such as local indigenous herbs, mountains, forests and rivers. The Thai government has also been promoting health care through means of alternative medicine by bringing into law, the royal ACT of protection and promoting indigenous knowledge of Thai traditional medicine. The results of managing herbal education consists of the application of herbal health care, reducing the use of modern medicine to be <5% annum-1, reducing expenditure, increasing personnel income, increase opportunities in health care, development of a quality environment, create awareness in conservation of natural resource, good cultural values, good conservation and rehabilitation knowledge and the creation of new occupations in regards to herbal health and beauty products and services. There are many projects to raise the public’s awareness in conservation and protection, but the fact is that local indigenous herbs are still disappearing. Further development plans are needed to achieve successful conservation, rehabilitation and sustained development of herbal education. Proposed development plans include personnel development to create quality staff, development of sources of herbs in communities, development of herbal education in communities and the development of public relations and distribution of knowledge.
  Chalard Chantarasombat
  This study examine, the community organization enterprise network learning process leading to change, to fine components of community organization learning groups as factors affecting changes and to examine community organization enterprise models of knowledge management. Three community organization groups with the network design participatory action research. All the three groups’ learning network connection models were originated by outside agencies for change, rather than by groups themselves. The components affecting learning were: efficient governance of community enterprise groups for self-development/reliance based on the goods type and organizations as factors affecting changes included: participatory working, building agreements, pushing plans to policy, various supporting activities and group leaders and research team emphasized the overall research. And the knowledge management models were congruent with the group context of the learning process rather than creating, storing or sharing/applying knowledge.
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