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 FEU Academic ReviewNumber of Followers: 0     Open Access journal ISSN (Print) 1905-9590 - ISSN (Online) 2651-107X Published by Far Eastern University  [1 journal]
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• Community Enterprise Development on the Bio Economic Base: The Case Study
of Chiwiwit Community Enterprise Nam Kian Subdistrict, Nan Province

• Authors: นงคราญ ไชยเมือง, สุตาภัทร คงเกิด
Pages: 10 - 10
Abstract: A study about “community enterprise development on the bio economic base the case study of Chiwiwit Community Enterprise Nam kian subdistrict, Nan Province” has written with objectives for presenting the components of management and the development process of community-based enterprises on the biological economy to be successful. Which requires the development of community enterprise management to achieve sustainable self-reliance under the management elements in 2 dimensions as follows: The first dimension has a management philosophy. Realizing local resource advantages have new ideas and ideas can bring technology and innovation to help create added value Use financial conservatism with unity and emphasis on identity creation and the second dimension has a systematic strategic management process. There is a vision, mission, objectives, strategies, policies as well as systematic monitoring and evaluation as well as the development of community-based enterprise on the basis of the bio economy.There are 7 steps with community enterprise organizations themselves with a government agency acting as a consultants to promote and support. The content of the article has raised the case of the Chiwiwit Community Enterprise Nam kian Subdistrict, Nan Province.
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• Promoting Positive Discipline for Preschoolers at Homes and Schools

• Authors: Duangsamorn Haruyama
Pages: 26 - 26
Abstract: When developing their language and communication skills, preschoolers learn through their senses (touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight) and through play. Play is crucial to the overall development of preschoolers’ emotional, intellectual, social, and motor skills for this age group. Dealing with misbehavior in preschoolers both at home and at school are common in concept but differ in setting and roles. This paper sought to provide readers an understanding of preschoolers’ development in all aspects, as well as to show parents and teachers an effective approach to deal with children in healthy and enjoyable ways. The most effective approach, which this paper focuses on, is known as Positive Discipline (PD) inspired by the writing of Dr.Jane Nelsen. PD utilizes non-violent, consistent, and firm guidance from adults which is positive and respectful of the children. It is the job of parents and teachers to give children positive alternatives and to acknowledge and/or reward efforts and good behaviors. In addition, adult leadership, guidance, love, and the cooperation between home and school are important for preschoolers. PD affects children positively in the long term, helping them become more responsible, self-confident, independent, and life-long problem solvers. It also helps them develop self-discipline and positive capabilities and attitudes. These characteristics lead them to become well-behaved and successful adults in the future.
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• Factors Affecting Economic Impact on Chinese Capitalists' Tourism
Industrial Groups in Chiang Mai: Aspects of Public Sectors, Private
Sectors, and Scholars

• Authors: กรสิริ ดีใจวงษ์
Pages: 38 - 38
Abstract: This research aims to study the factors affecting economic impact on Chinese capitalists' tourism industrial groups in Chiang Mai. Data were collected through in-depth interviews with 7 key informants from public sector, 5 representatives from private sector, additional in-depth interview 1 scholar to prevent bias, selected through purposive sampling. The data were analyzed by content analysis method. The research found that the public and private sectors and scholar agree that internal industrial demand concept which are tourism resource factors and souvenirs factors affect firmly on economic. Whilst other internal factors which are safety, basic infrastructures, facilities, advertisement and publications, and images, all have shown significant economic impact, both positive and negative, on the tourism industry in Chiang Mai. Although external factors such as economic and political situations, tourism popularity, and transport Therefore, there should be policies to control and maintain the situation well in order to efficiently accommodate the tourism industry in the city of Chiang Mai.
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• Development of a Curriculum toward the ASEAN Community with the Use of
Partnership Process for Mattayom Suksa III Students

• Authors: วนิจช์ตา โชติวิศิษฐ์กุล, ดรุณี จำปาทอง, สุวรรณี ยหะกร
Pages: 53 - 53
Abstract: The purposes of this study were to develop and to study the effectiveness of the curriculum. Divided into 2 parts, including 5 steps. Part 1 Development of the curriculum  has 3 steps. : 1) information study, 2) curriculum compilation 3) the curriculum trial course.
A total of 20 people participated in the development was voluntary participation in research by researchers and representatives of governmental and non-governmental organizations. The research instruments were focus group and examination of the components of the curriculum. Data were analyzed by using percentages, arithmetic mean and content analysis. Part 2: The study of the effectiveness of the curriculum  consists of two steps: 1) curriculum implementation and 2) curriculum evaluation and improvement.The sample group, obtained by cluster sampling, was 27 Mathayom Suksa III students. The research instruments were
1) the ASEAN community curriculum 4 learning units, 2) a test on ASEAN knowledge
3) a collaborative skill test and 4) an attitude test on the Thai and the ASEAN.
The percentage, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, and t-test were employed to analyze the data. The results of the research were: The curriculum had 7 components. In each one was consistentwith the multicultural, the needs of learners, and communities performance. In aspect of the curriculum efficiency: After using this curriculum, the learning achievement of students had higher, had the highest level of collaboration skills with others, and acquired highly positive attitude of Thai and ASEAN values.
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• The Process for the Creation of Youth Saraphi Historical Research, Saraphi
District, Chiang Mai Province

• Authors: ฐิติมา ญาณะวงษา, ชัญญา ชาตพิทยากุล, อังษณีภรณ์ ศรีคำสุข
Pages: 68 - 68
Abstract: The purpose of this research were to 1) study youth research processes under the Saraphi Historical Research Project 2) study conditions of achievement, problems, obstacles and studying local history. The area and target groups were all 58 participants. The participants consisted of lecturers, administrators, community leaders, directors, teachers and students from Vachiralai School. Participation is completely voluntary by using a purposive sampling. The research instruments were interview form, group discussion topics form by gathering workshop information between Participatory action research and Oral History, in addition to providing youth research project report in 3 teams, a team of 5 people who experts on community mapping and was classified by Saraphi Historical Operational Training, presented in the form of descriptive analysis. The results found that, there are 5 steps in youth research procedures: Step 1: explored and data brainstorming. Step 2: located networks of support for mutual understanding and attitude adjustment. Step 3: complements the process of creating research. Step 4: research activities Step 5: reflecting on learning and evaluation. There are two factors of success, the first one is an understanding of history research and the second one is organizing activities: studying history through a variety of methods. The conception of encouraged local youth to study local history is an empowerment, inspiration, exemplification, promotion and support. However, the problem and obstacle are anxiety in research period.
PubDate: 2019-06-27
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• The Geographic Information System for Local Wisdom Management: A Case
Study of Muang Kaen Pattana Municipality, Mae Tang District, Chiang Mai
Province.

• Authors: พรวนา รัตนชูโชค, จุฬาวลี มณีเลิศ, สมรวี อร่ามกุล
Pages: 83 - 83
Abstract: The objectives of this research were to develop the geographic information system for local wisdom management. The research methodology is divided into five phases as follows; 1) studying the community context, 2) analyzing and designing the information system and database system, 3) implementing the system using PHP as a programming language, MySQL as the database management system and Google Map API technology for representing information on the online map 4) testing the system and 5) delivering the geographic information system to community. The studied sample groups consist of 12 informants of local wisdoms using the purposive sampling method, five experts as quality assessment samples using the purposive sampling method and 63 user samples using the simple random sampling method. The research instruments are 1) structured interview form 2) questionnaire 3) systematic quality assessment from and 4) satisfaction assessment form. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistic, means and standard deviation.
The research results reveal that there have been 12 local wisdoms. The geographic information system for local wisdom management can represent the local wisdom information in photos, texts, geographic database. The information (i.e., local wisdom locations and photos) can be represented on the online map. The system administrator can manage the local wisdom information through the system. The geographic information system for local wisdom management, which is evaluated by the experts, passed
the assessment in high level ($\overline{X}$= 4.38). Similarly, the result of satisfaction assessment of users is also at high level ($\overline{X}$= 3.97).
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• The Development of Information Systems for Promoting Healthy Rice Products
of Ban Nong Khum Bio-Organic Compost Community Enterprise, Suphanburi
Province

• Authors: วันเพ็ญ ผลิศร, นีลวัสน์ ดิษฐสวรรค์
Pages: 102 - 102
Abstract: The purpose of this research was to develop the information system for promoting healthy rice products in Ban Nong Khum Bio - Organic Compost Community Enterprise Suphanburi Province. The phases of research were as follows: 1) Develop information system with PHP language under the system development life cycle (V-Model) based on data collected from interviewing system requirements from 27 community enterprise members.
2) Demonstrate information systems and open the use of information systems for members of the healthy rice producer group, 27 people and experts with experience in development of information systems, 5 people. 3) Assessed the satisfaction of using information systems by 27 members of the healthy rice producer group and 5 experts in the field of information system, collected data by using questionnaires, data were analyzed by using mean and standard deviation. Evaluated the promotion of healthy rice products by 27 members of the healthy rice producer group, collected data by interviewing, data were analyzed by using percentage. The developed information system consists of 5 components: 1) about us
2) contact us 3) activities 4) product groups and 5) community enterprise groups. The results of satisfaction evaluation of using the system showed that the satisfaction of the accuracy of the product display through the two-dimensional bar code was at a highest level and the overall of satisfaction was at a high level. After using the system for 3 months, product sales volume was increase.
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• The Career Promotion for Students in Educational Opportunity Expansion
School, Pang Mapha District, Mae Hong Son Province

• Authors: รุณฑิกา วงศ์ผัด, พนมพร จันทรปัญญา
Pages: 118 - 118
Abstract: The objective of this research was to study the operation of student career promotion in educational opportunity expansion schools, Pang Mapha District, Mae Hong Son Province. The target group used in the research were 88 persons, consisting of 8 schools administrators, 40 teachers and 40 students. The tools used in this research were questionnaires for school administrators and teachers and student interviews. Data analysis using frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation and content analysis. The research found that the operation of student career promotion at a high level. Considering each aspect, it was found that the highest average occupation was growing vegetables, followed by raising pigs and raising fish. From student interviews found that the promotion of all 3 occupations has been implemented appropriately. However, there are suggestions for the following operations: Fish farming should be a committee to be responsible for career promotion for students. In the field of pig farming should be an evaluation of the operation 2 times a year. On growing vegetables should appoint teachers responsible for the operation.
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• The Usability Assessment of Lessons on Mobile Phones (m-Learning) for
Instruction

• Authors: พงษ์ศักดิ์ ไชยทิพย์
Pages: 129 - 129
Abstract: In this research, with the purpose of creating and evaluating lessons on mobile phone use in teaching.  Researchers have done the field data collected by students of experimental lessons in the topic. Materials and innovative educational device through the mobile phone and then use the query evaluates satisfaction. By experimenting with 100 undergraduate students in third year, Faculty of Education, Chiang Mai University who enroll in courses 100308: Innovative Information and Communication Technology Education, 2nd Semester, academic year 2016, study lessons via a mobile phone, and then collecting the data by data analysis. Presenting information as a percentage, then the discussion results. Results of the study are as follows: Creating lessons on mobile phones to be used in teaching. There should be an element that needs to be considered were: 1) Design lesson in the areas of color, the background color there is suitable. Read a simple study 100 percent agree with. In the matter of the font and the size of the font that is used by 85 percent of studies saw the group. In the matter of the use of the navigation buttons are easy to understand. To point to 95 percent agree with education groups. The section on the subject of the amount of data on each page. The characters and illustrations used on the screen. 97 percent in the study group, and in creating the appropriate screen. Beautiful and easy to read, study group, 95 percent agree with.
2) Lessons should have easy access to lesson study group 98 percent agree with seamless integration of operational search lessons do not jam. Study group and 95 percent of the time in use. Retrieves a study group and 95 percent of that in no time at all.
PubDate: 2019-06-24
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

• Family Business Succession and Delivery Factors: A Case Study of Small
Service Business in the Area of Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai Province

• Authors: ณิชา ทองจำรูญ, สัชฌุเสษฐ์ เรืองเดชสุวรรณ
Pages: 142 - 142
PubDate: 2019-06-27
Issue No: Vol. 13, No. 2 (2019)

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