Browsing by Author "Khanawath Teranitiwath"
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ItemBeyond Disruptive elearning: holistic health integrated learning conceptThe main objective of this study was aimed to propose an Integrated Learning Concept (ILC) for holistic healthcare. The ILC was developed to alleviate the crisis from the fact that people around the world, including Thailand, can now access a substantial amount of health care knowledge from various online sources, however, the percentage of ailment and premature death from non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is still high. With a literature review, the researcher’s direct experience as a pharmacist in Thai traditional medicine as well as an in-depth expert interview, ILC was designed to provide learners self-medicated healthcare knowledge and inspire learners to change the everyday choice they made to enhance their state of wellness. ILC was beyond disruptive eLearning. It was a blended learning approach that integrated online learning (a combination between traditional eLearning and online social learning) and traditional classroom with standard health check and Dhatu check. ILC was designed to disrupt the idea that traditional eLearning is the approach that best fits with all dimension of learning. ILC was developed to overcome the shortcomings of eLearning and to enable people to have better comprehension in holistic healthcare. And once the development was finished, ILC shall be tested by comparing with a traditional eLearning class.