Potential of Wisdom in Buddhism: Principal Concept for Educational Administration

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รัตนะ ปัญญาภา

Abstract

All levels of education placed a focus on training people to be more
potential. One of the principles that educators or executives in education should
take into account was the trust in intellectual potential of human beings, i.e. they
should not underestimate learning ability and personal development of students
even they were different in learning levels. The Buddha was the distinguished
example in providing opportunities for people to develop themselves equally
despite they had different levels of intelligence. With wisdom development, human
beings could attain equality. This article aimed to introduce the concept of
intellectual potential, origin of wisdom and functions of wisdom in order to convince
educators and education executives realizing their own intellectual potential, keeping
one’s own intellectual developed, accepting students’ intellectual potential, living a

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ปัญญาภา ร. (2018). Potential of Wisdom in Buddhism: Principal Concept for Educational Administration. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 1(1), 27–42. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/142737
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