Student Affairs in the 21st Century

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Athipach Dadee

Abstract

The academic articles about student ventures in the 21st century present concepts about student affairs. According to the higher education act, B.E. 2562, the concept of student development strategy in higher education institutions (2017–2002) and the concept of learning activities outside the classroom in the 21st century world for student business studies have the dynamics of change in the 21st century, which is considered an element that will help develop and increase the potential for students to have a complete characteristic feature. It can be used to learn and develop the potential of work, including educational institutions must develop learners in knowledge and the skills of the 21st century to integrate 3 skills: (1) learning and innovation skills, (2) life and career skills, and (3) information and digital technology skills, such as idea design activities and knowledge training for 21st century work, community development volunteer club activities, digital entrepreneur skills activities, etc.

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Dadee, A. (2021). Student Affairs in the 21st Century. Rajapark Journal, 15(43), 389–396. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/255342
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