The Community Learners’ Learning Development: Mental Health Promotion in the Elderly with Lanna Wisdom Ritual

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Samart Jaitae

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             The purpose of this study was to develop and efficiency assessment of community learners' learning concerned for Lanna Wisdom Ritual in the mental health promotion for the elderly. The sample of this research was 236 elderly and 42 stakeholders lived in the area of Saluang Subdistrict Administrative Organization, Maerim District, Chiangmai Province. The tools consist follow the 1) topic community Lanna Wisdom Ritual 2) the examination of course and 3) the elderly’s satisfaction assessment for leaning activity. The descriptive, efficiency of E1/E2 according to the set criteria of 80 /80 and paired – t were utilized data analysis. The results indicated that the efficiency gain on each community learners' learning was specified at 80.00 / 80.00 percent (80.18/82.25). Comparison of learning activity the post-learning achievement score was higher than the pre-learning score (p-value = 0.03). In concluding, the elderly and suggested that to created activity for the development of learning sources, mix health local wisdom and Buddhism Learning and empowerment health local wisdom knowledge of people.

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