An Educational Curriculum Based on Multiple Intelligence Theory of the Demonstration School (Secondary Education Division) at Srinakharinwirot University, Prasarnmitr

  • Thanalawan Pleankha
Keywords: Educational reform, Multiple Intelligences, Thailand 4.0


In the educational reform era, the curriculum is one of the most important components of any educational institution, as the curriculum is a way to grow the learners. The curriculum is at the heart of the study. Therefore, it is necessary to have appropriate curriculums that are appropriate to the environment of Thai society in Thailand 4.0 era, e.g., Multiple Intelligence in the classroom in order to create an opportunity to participate in the learning process to satisfy the needs and interests of students. This article presents the theory of Multiple Intelligence and approaches for an application of the theory in classroom activities.


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