Development of the Body of Knowledge, Innovation Area for Learning the Buddhist Way of Life

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Phrakrukittiyannawisit Thana Homhuan
Phrakruvirulsuthakun Udomsak
Rawing Ruangsanka
Suthit Sawatdee


This article aimed (1) to study conditions of innovative educational pilot areas; (2) to analyze the knowledge of the development of educational innovation areas; and (3) to present guidelines for the development of educational innovation areas. This research was qualitative research. Information collected using interview form and a group discussion for statistical data analysis was used in data analysis, including descriptive statics and content analysis. The results of the research showed that 1) pilot educational innovation areas There is a process to create the practice guidelines, which are set in 6 steps, namely: (1) identification of innovations, (2) creation of innovations and innovation development, (3) finding the efficiency of educational innovations, (4) procedures for implementing innovations, (5) applying them in situations, and (6) evaluating the use of innovations. 2) Knowledge of educational innovation area development found model: 6744-Model with 6 success factors. The participation of network partners has 7 processes. 3) The development of innovation areas in education found that they relied on elements that focused on enhancing achievement and reducing inequality in education. Therefore, innovation areas in Buddhist education include Consequently, there were (1) activities on Buddhist sufficiency, using water efficiently and sustainable agricultural ways, (2) activities on learning Buddhist ways, (3) activities on foot, stepping in merit, and (4) activities to transfer knowledge of the Buddhist way of life. By building a network and cooperating in connecting the body of knowledge and local wisdom.

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Thana Homhuan, P., Udomsak, P., Ruangsanka, R., & Sawatdee, S. (2022). Development of the Body of Knowledge, Innovation Area for Learning the Buddhist Way of Life . Journal of Arts Management, 6(2), 747–763. Retrieved from
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