The objectives of this research were to study the main idea of Thailand 4.0 for student developments and to study administration factors affecting student development in the faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. This study was qualitative research, collecting data from five experts of Thailand 4.0, 15 lecturers of the faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University by an in-depth interview and analyze data by content analysis. The research results were as follows: 1) The main idea of Thailand 4.0 for student development were the students to have the knowledge, skills, perspective and value. Knowledge consists of Basic knowledge (self, family, community, society, language, mathematics), knowledge around the world, Socio-economic situation, Information Technology and the knowledge needed for a career. Skills consist of systematic thinking skills, effective communication skills, pre-planned thinking skills, critical thinking skills, interpersonal skills, the ability to live in society and environmentally safe. Perspectives consist of look the problem around, look at global issues and link them to the local level, understand the problems and forecasts to the future, participate in problems and find solutions to solve problems creatively. The values for a sustainable society are maintaining an abundance of resources and ecosystems, socio-economic justice and peace of mind. 2) Administration factors affecting student development in the faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University are policy and vision of university and faculty, competency and leadership of Dean, curriculum, teacher (the technique of teaching, learning activities, ICT/Multi-Media, classroom management) facilities and learning resources.
Sansanee Jasuwan, Rajabhat Suansunandha University, Thailand
Stream: Educational Research, Development & Publishing
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