Abstract—The goals are: to develop and discover efficiency of the sufficiency economy philosophy online lessons for sustainable learning to meet with criteria at 80/80 and to study satisfaction level of students by using the sufficiency economy philosophy online lessons for sustainable learning. The target group herein was 40 students who studied in the Academic year of 2014 and interested in online registration. The target group was determined by using purposive sampling. Tools used in this research were 20 items of post-test contained in online lessons, student’s satisfaction evaluation form towards online lessons usage. Data analysis was conducted to find the efficiency of online lessons as defined by criteria at 86.50 / 86.00 and student’s satisfaction level towards online lessons usage of 40 students. The obtained mean was 4.56 and the standard deviation was 0.64. The results showed that the efficiency of the sufficiency economy philosophy online lessons was at 86.50 / 86.00 that was higher than defined criteria at 80/80. In addition, an Overall satisfaction of target group was in the highest level with the mean of 4.56 and S.D. at 0.64.
Index Terms—Online lessons, the sufficiency economy philosophy, sustainability of learning, higher education.
Chaiwat Waree is with the Faculty of Education of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: C. Waree, "A Development of the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy Online Lessons for Sustainable Learning," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 375-379, 2019.