Walailak University in collaboration with Chum Chon Mai School encouraging to be a leading school in Full course-integrated Sufficiency Economy Philosophy
On January 5, 2021, Walailak University, led by Ajarn Dr. Harisol Khuninkhiri and Ajarn Maneerat Kengkua, School of Multilingual and General Education along with the academic service center working group organized activities “meeting to plan to teach management according to the integrated curriculum of Sufficiency Economy Philosophy” to join with Mr. Faisal Yigob, director of the new community school and 15 teachers and development partners, Betagro Group Activity Office staff at the meeting room of Building 1, Chum Chon Mai School, Walailak Phatthana Demonstration Community, Tha Sala District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.
Project to develop an integrated curriculum on the philosophy of sufficiency economy new community school and schools in the surrounding community areas under the implementation of the Social Engagement Program for the 2nd year of the year 2021, focusing on educational management according to the Sufficiency Economy Guidelines develop entrepreneurial career skills There is an integration of teaching and learning for students. It leading to the development of a prototype curriculum for integrating the philosophy of sufficiency economy in schools and creating a network and transfer knowledge of the curriculum to spread the area in the surrounding schools. This is in line with the main Sustainable Development Goals: SDGs) Goal 4, “Quality Education”, promote equality and inclusive quality education. and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all as well as goal number 17, “Partnerships for the Goals”, has created cooperation with networks and other relevant agencies. Integrate between sciences and create cooperation both within and outside the university.
Harisol Khuninkhiri as the project leader has presented the results of the project for the year 2020 “Developing Learning Centers coupled with the preparation of the curriculum” which in the past is the starting point to get a course prototype. and trial course. The work was coordinated by teachers in the school who are knowledgeable and competent to participate in the preparation of the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy course until the (draft) model of the curriculum is developed, which must be further developed Students gain knowledge of sufficiency economy. can be used to continue as a career of their own to generate income for themselves. In addition, the school provides raw materials for use in preparing lunches for students as well as improving the Sufficiency Economy Learning Center to have a learning base consistent with the teaching and learning of the curriculum. Discussed with the new community school, led by Mr. Faisal Yigob, the school’s director, Teachers, Heads of Academic Affairs and teachers on the implementation of “Continue to Extend Project Results” years 2nd whereby the meeting resolved to agree ready to move forward “New Community School” to become a core school with a full curriculum integrating the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy. The important of plans are
1) Assessing the curriculum and implementing the curriculum by bringing (draft) the curriculum to experts and improving (drafting) the curriculum according to recommendations implementation of the teaching plan for semester 2/2563, which will adjust the unit of study to be by the context and situation and public relations communication work, curriculum development work (Exhibitions to display works).
2) Build a network to expand the community surrounding community schools by building a network and transferring knowledge of the course to surrounding schools, ready to experiment with (draft) curriculum in 3 schools, including expanding the results to the main student households in the community.
3) improving the curriculum and developing teaching potential of the leading teachers’ Announcement of the complete curriculum implemented according to the teaching plan for semester 1/2564 improving the curriculum as well as to develop the potential and increasing the capabilities of the curriculum leaders and guidelines for developing career advancement positions with curriculum development workload.
The project working group will collect data and proposals to be synthesized to develop cooperation and transfer knowledge of the curriculum to use and disseminate the area in surrounding schools and in the next step of the operation.
GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
GOAL 1: No Poverty
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being
GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal