Thailand is entering the aging society because the elderly population is increasing rapidly and the elderly population, living in the rural area, still has insufficient income and learning skills for careers. Thus, they still need care and learning skills in the rapidly changing society. This article presents the results of the study on the situation of the elderly people’s learning in the rural of Thailand concerning their career, which is an aspect of the study of the elderly on the aspects of physical health, mental health, socio-culture, and career. The results is presented the creative learning skills for career for the elderly in the rural area as the SPACE of Happiness model.
Wannawee Boonkoum, Silpakorn University, Thailand
Wisud Po-Ngern, Silpakorn University, Thailand
Manassanan Namsomboon, Silpakorn University, Thailand
Stream: Teaching and Learning
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