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The objectives of this study were to investigate and compare knowledge, attitudes and public mind behavior on the environment before and after participation in activities of students of Pha tthana Kansueksa Munnithi School, Amphoe Mueang, Satun Province. Research participants were 88 Matthayomsueksa 4 (Grade 10) students. The instrument of this action research was an evaluation form of attitude, knowledge, and public mind behavior on the environment.The quantitative data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, and the differences between before and after participation in the activities were tested using a t-test while the qualitative data were analyzed using content analysis.
The findings were as follows. Step 1) the researcher had to understand the school context, the target group, and the public mind on the environment activities to be able to design the activiti es and evaluation form. Step 2) the four activities were implemented according to the learning plan. Step 3) the results were reflected upon to evaluate, improve the process, and draw a conclusion for development and extension of the activities. The evaluation of the study revealed that after participation in the activities, the students had more knowledge about the content on public mind on the environment. For attitudes, the students had awareness and realization. For behavior and participation, and attitudes towards the role of agencies and organizations useful for development of students’ public mind behavior on the environment, and for public mind behavior on the environment, the students had behavior that could clearly display their public mind on the environment by being a role model for their fellow students. They also applied it in their daily life. It is recommended that the learning management plan with the activities should be used to develop or expand other levels of school and students of other classes or other educational institutions.
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