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Chandrakasem Rajabhat University Journal of Graduate School
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ISSN (Online) 1906-9839
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  • Preservation of Local Community Dancing Style

    • Authors: Kulchamai Seubfuk
      Pages: 1 - 12
      Abstract: The article was aimed to study and preserve the traditional local dancing style in the north, south and northeast of Thailand. In the north, the dancing styles called Fonchoeng, Topbaphab were found. The 12 dancing styles and 42 dancing styles were taught by two national artists, Kum Kawai and Manop Yarana respectively. The 12 dancing styles called Fonmueangklai were taught by Pinluk Promsen. The traditional dancing styles were compiled to show and called Fonchandratevisrimungmuang. The dancing styles found in the south were primary Nora dancing style and Chaiya style and taught by Dhammanit Nikomrat who learned the 20 primary Nora dancing styles out of 38 styles of Khun Upathamnarakorn. The MaeMai Muaythai Chaiya style was taught by Napapop  Pramuan (Kru Plaeng) from the Muaythai Chaiya Ban Kru Plaeng Foundation. At Siamyut training center, there are 13 MaeMai Muaythai Chaiya dancing styles, which were compiled and applied to the show as Norachaiyarat. In the northeast, the study was on the local dancing style known as Fonphuthai Renunakorn in Nakornphanom province. The style was taught by Chaibodin Saleepun, the provincial folk artist. The style consisted of 20 dancing gestures. Dancing gestures were shown in the performance called Mattananakornrenu. These 3 different dancing styles were studied and documented for further retrieval and transmission as they were unique and distinctive local performances.  As a result, they were worth preserving for the posterity. In addition, the local community dancing styles and arts under the study could be inspirational to the coming generations to preserve and have a great pride in their cultural identity.
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Understanding of the Principles of Writing Lyrics and Using Chords for
           Songwriting: Case Study of Inmates in the Drug Inmates Therapy Project,
           the Special Correctional Institution, Klong Prem Central Prison

    • Authors: Adoon Wongkhaw, Rachen Muanchob, Tongchai Luangtong
      Pages: 13 - 26
      Abstract: The objectives of this study are (1) a case study on the knowledge and basic skills of the inmates participating in the Music Therapy program. That they can understand the principles of composition and use of chords correctly Although not receiving a musical education from the school system, (2) To propose principles and methods of providing music knowledge and skills to inmates. (3) To benefit the development of teaching and learning subjects in the international music curriculum. By experimenting for students to be a contributor to music Which will bring about the self-development of the students themselves In this study, 30 inmates participated in the project. The sample group were drug-addict prisoners in the special treatment facility. Klong Prem Central Prison Operated under the project "Returning good people to society" of the Western Music Program, Chandrakasem Rajabhat University Is to find ways to develop behavior
      By organizing workshops target groups These include the inmates who are able to play music and have an interest in song composing. In order to contribute to the understanding of composition, lyrics and the use of chords. By the instructor for the inmates to use the precedent of the speaker To compose the lyrics and chords according to the principles of international music theory Which is the goal of this training. The results of the study found that (1) Even after only 12 weeks of the training program, the inmates who participated in the project had a better understanding of the principles of composition and the use of chords. If appropriate training content is provided for prisoners (2) It is good for prisoners to begin composing songs from simple melodies. (3) Students gain experience of life by communicating with prisoners and have the opportunity to develop appropriate methods of transferring music education to the learner.


      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Public policy : The model development of Process in Street Food in Lopburi
           Province

    • Authors: Chonnabot Bualuang
      Pages: 27 - 38
      Abstract:        The research mixed methods research combined both quantitative and qualitative approaches together. This paper proposed to study the development of process in street food in Lopburi province and development of public policy. Conducted research in street food areas were 3 locations. The samples were 350 persons ; leader of street vendors municipal president government officers local government officers and consumers and selected by purposive sampling method namely; observation form,survey form,interview form,focus group discussion and workshop were used as research tools while data was analized by interpretation and content analysis.        There were divided into 3 important finding periods. : Firstly Period : Current circumstance problems of street food was; the most of street vendors were not encouraged for improved the street food and equipment materials included training food sanitation from the local government so the incorrect compliance with standards. Futhermore, there were not organized examine the operation of street vendors and the local community participation were loses. Secondly Period: The street food model by community participation were
      4 dimentions 1) Health dimention was: usage of local government as center for development, set the street food plan , having group of street vendors established a fund , service and provided the equipment and improved the ordinance. 2) Economic dimention was : working group integrated of sectors in communities and  had public relations. 3) Socail dimention was : tourist information center with security system and 4) Cultural dimention was local food,folk art and tradition local custom. Thirdly Period : Development of research into public policy.Topic of “Street food Safe life to public ” approved by The Lopburi Health Food Safety Committee ,2020 on 2 August.
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The Development of Tourism Route for Connecting Tourist Attraction in Army
           Land: A case study of the Army Land in Lopburi Province

    • Authors: Chanistha Jaipeng
      Pages: 39 - 50
      Abstract: Research on “The Development of Tourism Route for Connecting Tourist Attraction in Army Land: A case study of the Army Land in Lopburi Province” aims to study and develop tourism routes of the Army Land in Lopburi Province which is a qualitative research which consists of data collection from interviews and site visits to survey the tourism routes. The using sample will be Purposive Sampling Method that are the group of 120 persons related to the tourism. Using tools are the interview form and the field recording. The results found that Army Land in Special Warfare Command, Thai army aviation center and Artillery Center has tourism potential in Army Land due to had diverse tourism resources, both historical and nature along with personal influences in activity. Moreover, attraction of Army Land in Lopburi Province showed that it can be arranged more versatile program for Army Land and can be present tourism route for connecting tourist attraction in Army Land Lopburi. There are 3 tourism routes from the research as follows: 1) Special Warfare Command to Thai army aviation and enter and to Artillery Center 2) Thai army aviation and enter to Artillery Center and to Special Warfare Command 3) to Artillery Center to Thai army aviation and enter and Special Warfare Command
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Developing Chatbot Service Application for Tourism and Community Products
           Guide in Chainat Province

    • Authors: Surachart Buachum, Phattaramon Klaasa
      Pages: 51 - 62
      Abstract:        The objective of this research is to design and develop a prototype of the chatbot application for tourism by connecting with the community products in Chainat province. There are two phases to conduct the research. First, to study and collect the tourist attractions and community products by using past documentary research, In-depth interviews and Survey physical data. Second, to design and develop the prototype Chatbots application using the LINE Messenger API with a scripting language. The sample of this study consist of the community entrepreneur, the technical experts, and the technology experts.        The result of the research showed that the prototype application architecture consists of the LINE’s chat application as a user interface through the google platform call Dialog flow and is coded at the application code for connecting with the LINE Messenger API. The technical experts evaluated the chatbot application architecture for a high level ( = 4.32, S.D. = 0.57). In addition, the evaluation results of the prototype chatbot application is a high level ( = 4.35, S.D. = 0.53).
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The Opinion About Leadership for The 21st Century of Teacher Belong to
           Under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Krungtepklang Group

    • Authors: จิดาภา ศรีดาจันทร์, Supawadee Lapcharoen
      Pages: 63 - 74
      Abstract:         The objectives of this research were to investigate and compare the opinion about Leadership for the 21st Century of teacher belong to under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Krungtepklang Central Group according to level of education and teaching experience. A sample was selected from the teacher belong to the school under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Krungtepklang Group in 2020 included as a sample. This study specify sample size by uses the tables of Cohen (Cohen, Manion and Morrison, 2011, page. 147). A sample was selected using Stratified Random Sampling method. Then random from each rank that stature equally. The samples of 285 teachers. The research instrument was a set of questionnaire 5 rating scale. The hypotheses were tested by Mean, Standard deviation, T-test and descriptive One-Way Analysis         The results were as follows: 1) The opinion about Leadership for the 21st Century of teacher belong to under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Krungtepklang Group whole was a high level. When ranking by the mean score from the highest to lowest, there were using innovation technology digital, human relations, a visionary leader. 2) The teacher that different level of education have an opinion about Leadership for the 21st Century whole and each was different at the statistical .05 By the way the teacher that higher bachelor’s degree have many opinions more than the teacher that have bachelor’s degree. 3) The teacher that have different experience have an opinion about Leadership for the 21st Century whole and each was different at the statistical .05  By the teacher that have experience in work 5-10 years and the teacher that have experience higher than 10 years have an opinions about communication skills , creative skills, innovation technology digital skills, human relations skills and, a visionary leader  skills  more than the teacher have experience 5 years.  
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Strategic Administration for the Physical fitness Development of Junior
           high School Students at Watjuntrawat (Sukprasarnrat) School under the
           Office of Secondary Educational Service Area 10

    • Authors: Anuwat Chaiwannakom, Monta Jumpaluang
      Pages: 75 - 85
      Abstract:        The purpose of this research was to study the results of strategic management for physical fitness development of junior high school students at Watjuntrawat (Sukprasarnrat) School under the secondary educational service area office 10.The samples were 9 teachers of health and physical education department, 37 male and 45 female students. The instruments used for this research were semi - structured interview. The data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation and percentage.        The research results showed that (1) the physical fitness development of junior high school students consisted of 4 steps 1) The problem analysis of physical fitness of students for recording basic data about physical fitness by the students did 5 activities. Those were sit – up, push – up, sit and reach, zig – zag running and long distance running. The results found that the physical fitness testing of 37 male and 45 female students were substandard which mean was at 1.70 (34.39 percent) (2) The strategy formulation for the physical fitness development was creating physical fitness development program by meeting and interviewing teachers about choosing activities for development of abdominal muscle strength and endurance, upper limb muscle strength and endurance, hamstring flexibility, agility, muscular endurance and cardiovascular endurance. (3) The strategy implementation, the teachers of health and physical education department used the physical fitness development program and the recording form on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for 10 weeks. (4) The strategy control and evaluation found that the mean physical fitness testing was at 2.45 (49.27 percent) which was higher than before using the physical fitness development program at 14.88 percentages.
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The Development of Online Multimedia Courseware with Interactive Learning
           for Strengthen the Competency at Irregular Verb Conjugation for
           Matthayomsuksa 3 in Navamindrajudis Krungtepmahanakorn School

    • Authors: Pimonrut Hanyuth, Nattaphon Rampai, Sunchai Pattanasith
      Pages: 86 - 95
      Abstract: The purpose of this research were to 1) development of online multimedia courseware with interactive learning for strengthen the competency at irregular verb conjugation for matthayomsuksa 3 in navamindrajudis krungtepmahanakorn school to be quality, 2) compare learning achievement before and after use of online multimedia courseware with interactive learning for strengthen the competency at irregular verb conjugation and 3) study the students' satisfaction with online multimedia courseware with interactive learning for strengthen the competency at irregular verb conjugation for Mathayom Suksa 3, Navamindarajudis Krungthepmahanakhon school. The samples were Mathayom Suksa 3, Navamindarajudis Krungthepmahanakhon school 200 people. The tools applied in this research consisted of online multimedia courseware, Test before and after study and the satisfaction questionnaire for the online multimedia lessons. The statistics used for data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation and t-test         The research results revealed that (1) results of online multimedia courseware with interactive learning for strengthen the competency at irregular verb conjugation for matthayomsuksa 3 in navamindrajudis krungtepmahanakorn school at a very good level (4.82), (2)  the comparison result of post-test was significantly higher than before studying at the .05 level, which was in accordance with the research hypothesis and
      (3) the satisfaction of student to online multimedia courseware had an average at a good level (3.74).
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      Issue No: Vol. 17, No. 1 (2022)
       
 
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