The Result of Developing Secondary School Students’ Public Conscience through Process-Knowledge Management in Thailand

  •  Nawattakorn Homsin    
  •  Chalard Chantarasombat    
  •  Theerawatta Yeamsang    


This research uses Mixed–Methodology applied research and development together with participatory action research. The model is appropriate for the context environment. The participants were able to complete the learning activities in participatory forms of knowledge management, using the following five-step model: 1) Knowledge Identification 2) Knowledge Creation 3) Knowledge Preservation 4)Knowledge Sharing and 5)Knowledge Application. Action research involved 7 main activities down to the operating activities, thus developing public participation in 15 sub-activities.

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