The Integration of Community-Based Technology Transfer using the KWL Plus Technique for the Acceleration of Sustainable Community Enterprises in Phetchabun Province


  • Thitikarn Kaeowiset Faculty of Education, Phetchabun Rajabhat University, Thailand



Integration, KWL Plus technique, Community enterprise, Krayasart, Phetchabun


This study aims to create and develop technology transfer and local wisdom through community involvement in the production of the rice-based Thai dessert known as Krayasart while also monitoring and evaluating the technology transfer and local wisdom processes. The sample group for this study consists of Ban Na Ruamjai Women's Community Enterprise and a total of 40 participants who are enthusiastic about taking part in the manual transfer project on fusing technology and local expertise to advance community enterprises about producing Krayasart using the KWL Plus technique. The following research resources were employed: (1) data recording of conversations with community business groups regarding the Krayasart, (2) the KWL Plus technology transfer methodology, and (3) a satisfaction survey for the KWL Plus technique manual's use of local knowledge, using which project participants are questioned. The findings indicate that the handbook on technology transfer using the KWL Plus technique is a manual that is appropriate for both technology transfer and local wisdom, and it includes information on nine distinct knowledge areas. The IOC result is 0.93, which is a helpful number that fits within the assessment range of 0.5 to 1.00 for the IOC efficiency. In order to improve community enterprises that educate people how to construct the Krayasart using the KWL Plus app application, the researcher has created a handbook for fusing technology with local expertise. Results of the transfer showed that, with a mean of 4.73 and a standard deviation of 0.45, the project's participants were satisfied with their participation in the manual transfer of technology integration and local knowledge for the advancement of community enterprises in the highest-quality Krayasart production using the KWL Plus technique.


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How to Cite

Kaeowiset, T. (2023). The Integration of Community-Based Technology Transfer using the KWL Plus Technique for the Acceleration of Sustainable Community Enterprises in Phetchabun Province. Community and Social Development Journal, 24(1), 198–212.



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