The Development of Student Characteristics in According to the Nawaluk Framework of the Buddhist integration of Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College

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Phrapalad Somchai Damnoen
Phrametheepariyuttbviboon Siri
Phrakru Supattanakanchanakij Supattho
Kulaporn Kaewwilai

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This article aims to study guidelines for the development of desirable student characteristics according to the Navaluk Framework of Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College and 3) to propose a guideline for student characteristics in accordance with the Nawaluk framework of the Buddhist integration of Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College. These mixed methods research the first part will be quantitative Research, using Survey Research Methods. The sample group used in this research was students of Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University who are studying in grade 1-3 with 205 people by opening Taro Yamane sample size table, the data was collected from the sample. All questionnaires were analyzed and processed by the researcher using the statistical package for social science research using the following statistics: frequency, Percentage, mean and standard deviation. qualitative research with in-depth interviews with key informants and analytic induction. The findings were as follows: The development of student characteristics follows Navaluck framework of Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College 9 aspects. There is an honorable path. Students are also encouraged to behave in strict compliance with the good. (2) Knowingly social change. Students need to understand the real tricks to learn. (3) Faith Dedicated to Buddhism Students should have knowledge and understanding of the tenets of Buddhism and students should be involved in the propagation of Buddhism to young people. (4) The ability to solve problems. Students have to know the main reasons for solving problems and obstacles. (5) They are keen on knowledge, which students must be able to analyze problems and learning barriers. (6) Being generous and sacrificing for the common good. Students should be considerate and advise their classmates. (7) Having a wide world view which students must recognize and accept the opinions of others. (8) There are psychological and intellectual leaders. Students must have knowledge and leadership development to friends in class. (9) Is committed to the development of their moral and ethical base. Students should focus on how to develop morals and ethics.

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Damnoen, P. S., Siri, P., Supattho, P. S., & Kaewwilai, K. . (2021). The Development of Student Characteristics in According to the Nawaluk Framework of the Buddhist integration of Buddhapanya Sri Thawarawadee Buddhist College. Asia Pacific Journal of Religions and Cultures, 5(2), 126–135. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ajrc/article/view/249662
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