An analysis of Knowledge Production, Knowledge Seeking and Learning from Practices: Through a Community Based Education Process

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พัชริน ดารงกิตติกุล

Abstract

The objectives of this study were: 1) to collect theories supporting
knowledge-production, knowledge seeking, and learning process from practice, and
2) to analyze the relation of the processes in knowledge-production, knowledge
seeking, and learning process from practice based on Buddhist principles. The data
were collected from documents, media materials, related research works and a focus
group discussion with 5 experts. It was found that community based educational
management was not the knowledge transfer but to make the learners learn and
gain knowledge from practice through experiential learning system. The learner ha s
created the living knowledge for more 100 years. The Buddhist principles supported
learning from practice and could explain learning process and learning seeking
through mental function. It was the scientific way identical to the Four Noble Truths
with Right Understanding. Brain Based Learning based should be supported by
Mental Development in Buddhism. The practical learning theory in Thailand should
be accompanied with Buddhist learning process to make a complete learning.

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ดารงกิตติกุล พ. (2018). An analysis of Knowledge Production, Knowledge Seeking and Learning from Practices: Through a Community Based Education Process. Journal of Educational Review Faculty of Education in MCU, 3(2), 29–44. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/EDMCU/article/view/143931
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