Development of Intergenerational Learning Activity Model for Enhancement Local Wisdom Learning of Child and Youth
This research and development aimed to develop and examine result of the Intergenerational learning activity to promote local wisdom learning for Child and Youth. This study is divided into two phases, the first is development of the Intergenerational learning activity by studying problems and needs from the focus groups of children and youth in all 6 regions of Thailand, interviewing wisdom experts by using a semi-structured interview, and collecting data for drafting a model of Intergenerational learning activity for approval by the experts. The second phase is studying of result of the Intergenerational learning activity to promote local wisdom learning by testing on Tung Samor Community, Phanom Tuan District, Kanchanaburi Province. Result is obtained from self-assessment form for local wisdom learning, comparison between pretest and posttest learning scores, and examination of development scores in knowledge, skills and attitude related with local wisdom learning by analyzing the data which were frequency and percentage.
The result shows that: The components of Intergenerational learning activity Model to promote local wisdom learning for Child and Youth which were accurate and appropriate consists of 8 components: 1) Concept and principle, 2) Goal and expectation, 3) local wisdom learning promotion guideline, 4) model of experience in local wisdom learning, 5) Learning manager, 6) learning space, 7) network and 8) media/learning resources. After the experiment, the result shows that: the children and youth have improvement in knowledge, skills and attitude compared to before the test, and have improvement in all aspects of development.
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