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Chittakhup Laongpliu


This article was from analysis research papers on geography learning management at different levels of teachers in Thailand and abroad during 2012-2023 with the concept of education in the 21st century or 3Rs 8Cs 2Ls from 15 research papers based on 10 forms of geography learning management, consisted of Inquiry Learning, Team Assisted Individualization Leaning, Jigsaw Cooperative Learning, CIPPA Model Learning, The Threefold Learning, Geo-literacy Learning, Flipped Classroom Learning, Learning Package, Project Based Learning, and CO-5STEPs Learning. The finding showed that: geography learning management in the 21st century that effected to the most 3Rs 8Cs 2Ls skills were Inquiry Learning, Geo-literacy Learning, and Flipped Classroom Learning, the skills for learning in the 21st century that appeared the most in learning geography were critical thinking and problem solving and learning skills. This paper will be useful for teachers to effective learning management, effective and lead to the development of student’s skills to the maximum.

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Laongpliu, C. . (2024). GUIDELINES FOR GEOGRAPHY LEARNING MANAGEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY. Journal of Education and Innovation, 26(1), 412–422. Retrieved from
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