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This article explains the importance and four practice guidelines of how to apply the philosophy of sufficiency economy for instructional management in higher education toward development of higher education 4.0. The four guidelines include the adjustment of course syllabus and details of contents; adjustment of instructional activities; adjustment of the uses of instructional media, sources of learning, etc.; and adjustment of educational measurement and evaluation. All of these are for the benefits of developing the potentials of instructors and students in higher education institutions so that they can create educational innovations and basis of competencies for the security, prosperity, and sustainability of the well-being of their own living, their families, society, and nation.
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