THE MOTIVATION EDUCATION OF THE PRAPARIYATTITHAM STUDENTS IN CHONBURI PROVINCE

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Phrakhru Anugunsutakit (Sutap Sũdevo
Phra Sutheevirabundith (Chow Thatsaniyo)
Prasert Thilao

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This article has a purpose. were to: 1. study the general context of the teaching and learning of Pali Buddhist Scriptures in Chonburi Province 2. study the factors affecting of the motivation education of the Prapariyattitham Students in Chonburi Province 3. propose the guidelines  of the Motivation Education of Prapariyattitham Students in Chonburi Province. Methodology was the mixed methods: The qualitative research  collected data from 18 key informants from senior Sangha, purposefully selected by in-depth-interviewing and from 13 participants in Focus Group Discussion and analyzed data by descriptive interpretation. The quantitative research, the researcher has created the questionnaires with confidence value equivalent to 0.907  and collected data from 370 samples who were monks and analyzed data with statistics; frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation: S.D. Findings were as follow.  1. Study the general context of the teaching and learning of Pali Buddhist Scriptures in Chonburi Province with SWOT Analysis as: Strength; at present, there is a school that is ready for students, teachers, accommodation and all subsidies. Each year, the school created Pali graduadte up to 12 monks. Weakness; Lack of students and skilled teachers, many schools with good reputation have to close because of lack of staff and students, including lack of support. Opportunity; The schools that have capability, especially in finance / people and good management Makes teaching and learning available. If there is support from many sectors, the closed schools may to recover, Threat; Lack of personnel and students who are important factors to move education in this section. Opinions on the study of the motivation education of Prapariyattitham Students in Chonburi Province by overall were at high level (X=3.95) and management according to the Ithibath 4 was also in the high level(X=4.05).2. Factors affecting of the motivation education of the Prapariyattitham Students The PDCA cycle principle. Planning Doing Checking and Action. must be taken into account that each school is equipped with different teaching arrangements. There must be a meeting to put together all the schools in the province in the same direction, set up fund to support education in certain factors clearly.The School master must give priority to work with all relevant personnel in every process, check the operation, find out when the defect occurs, have to hurry to fix, improve and develop the work to be driven efficiently. 2. Propose the guidelines of the motivation education of the Prapariyattitham Students in Chonburi Province guidelines of the Motivation Education of the Students Prapariyattitham in 4 aspects: 1) Attention) 2) Relevance) 3) Confidence 4) Satisfaction, integrating with the PDCA cycle principle. Planning, Doing, Checking  and Action. Also integrating with Buddha principles, Itthapadha 4, 1) Chantha, aspiration, 2) Viriya , effort, 3) Jitta, attention, and 4) Vimangsa, examination, which is used to create incentives for students, based on seeing the benefits of education together and helping support the factors in all aspects to ensure that education, regardless of any form, can improve their lives.

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(Sutap Sũdevo พ., (Chow Thatsaniyo) พ. ., & Thilao ป. (2019). THE MOTIVATION EDUCATION OF THE PRAPARIYATTITHAM STUDENTS IN CHONBURI PROVINCE. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 8(4), 73–86. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/234184
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