Development of Scientist Characteristics for Lower Secondary School Students by Trisikkha

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Todsapon Suwannarach
Sirirat Srisa-ard

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Trisikka is a set of Buddhist principles that is used for training the body, the speech and the mind to the higher levels. These principles are often used to improve people's qualities. Therefore, this research uses Trisikka to improve scientist characteristics for secondary students. This is research and development that aims to improve and study the results of using scientist characteristics development programs for secondary students by Trisikka. The training programs will be evaluated prior to the application by qualified individuals such as Buddhist monks and other relevant educated persons. The training programs will be used with 50 volunteer secondary students. From the research, 1) The researcher has constructed scientist characteristic development programs including 3 types of characteristics, i.e. interests in natural phenomena, ambitions to find answers and systematic and careful data collection. 2) Three of the training programs showed the highest levels of quality as they were relevant to Trisikka. In addition, all of the steps in activities of the training programs were correlated. Students could properly follow the activities and could easily utilize them. 3) After using the training programs, 80 percents of the students showed desired characteristics according to the targets of the training programs. Students had knowledge from Wisdom activities, had pragmatic abilities from Sila activities and had ambitions and attentions in what they were doing in Samadhi activities and 4) Students showed the highest levels of satisfactions from using the training programs.

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Suwannarach, T., & Srisa-ard, S. (2019). Development of Scientist Characteristics for Lower Secondary School Students by Trisikkha. Rajapark Journal, 13(28), 68–82. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/185270
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