PERSPECTIVES ON CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE NATIONAL SCHEME OF EDUCATION B.E. 2560 - 2579

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Angkana Onthanee

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The National Scheme of Education B.E. 2560 - 2579 is the nation framework and direction of development. An importance of putting the policies into practice is developing an appropriate curriculum should consist with current contexts, solve problems and meet social needs. The curriculum based on the National Scheme of Education B.E. 2560 - 2579 emphasis on integrated knowledge. Designing to help students prepare their life in the real world. Focus on lifelong education. Learn to construct knowledge. The students improve their skills and positive attitudes, have a confidence and self-respect. Be flexible and aware of the environment and be able to use knowledge creatively.

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Onthanee, A. (2018). PERSPECTIVES ON CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE NATIONAL SCHEME OF EDUCATION B.E. 2560 - 2579. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 22(1), 366-380. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/149817
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