The Development of Instructional Manuals for Social Studies by Using Buddhist Teaching in the learning Management for Buddhist Junior High School Students

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Phra Rongroj Kawilawan
Chetthapoom Wannapaisan
Jarrunee Munikul

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This research article has 3 objectives: 1) To develop a learning management of secondary school students of Pali Sathit Suksa School 2) To study the results of learning management of the students of secondary school level of Pali Sathit Suksa School 3) To study students’ opinions on learning management of secondary school students of Pali Sathit Suksa. The sample group is used secondary school students of 2/1, of the second semester, the academic year 2018, of Phra Pariyatidhamma Pali Study Demonstration School. Using the simple random method. Tools used with the experimental group include 1 learning unit on the Dhamma principles for life development. 9 Learning management plans on buddhist teaching methods manual for 18 hours, learning achievement test on both before and after of learning 40 issues and 20 questionnaire on opinions on Buddhist learning management and teaching method of buddhist subject. Research results are as follows: 1. The effectiveness of the learning unit found that the efficiency of the learning unit with efficiency E1/E2 equal to 90.91 / 87.60 which is higher than the criteria set by 80/80 2. The comparison of learning achievement between students by the buddhist teaching manual had higher learning achievement than the control group that studied in the conventional way with different learning achievement at statistical significance level of .01 3. The results of the students’ opinions, it found that students in the experimental group had opinions towards learning by using buddhist teaching manuals. The overall teaching method was at the agreed level (X – equals 4.57).

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Kawilawan, P. R., Wannapaisan, C., & Munikul, J. (2019). The Development of Instructional Manuals for Social Studies by Using Buddhist Teaching in the learning Management for Buddhist Junior High School Students. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 7(4), 981-994. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/180424
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