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The objectives of this research were: to develop and study results of using experiential activities planner supporting with brain gyms to enhance delighted learning and efficient studying behaviors of students in the teaching profession and being teacher course. The sample group consisted of 67 third year social studies students. The three research tools were the experiential activities planner with brain gyms, the behavior measurement of learning happily, the behavior measurement of efficient studying, and the student satisfaction questionnaire on learning activities according to experiential activities planner. Average, standard deviation and t-test were employed for data analysis. The research findings were: 1) experiential activities planner included 3 stages of development: 1.1) inspire, 1.2) pay attention to learning to happiness consisted of 6 steps: (1) warm–up, (2) problem identification, (3) individual exploration, (4) group work, (5) communication, and (6) debriefing, and 1.3) summarize and happy reflection. Meanwhile, the stage of pay attention to learning to happiness Quality inspection result of experiential activities planner was the most appropriate. Usage result of the planner also found that average score of learning behavior happily and efficient studying behavior after the implementation were 80% higher than the criteria. Moreover, the average score also was statistically significant higher than of it’s before at the .05 level.
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