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IBSC MCU Welcome the Faculty of Education, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand

IBSC MCU Welcome a group from the Faculty of Education, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand

Professor Dr. Phrakrupalad Pannavoravat (Hansa Dhammahaso) warmly welcomes Professor Dr. Uthai Kaewpetch who leads his students to visit Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, International Buddhist Studies College (IBSC) the visit aims to join a Class Seminar on the topic of “Teaching Buddhism for Gen Z” under the subject of “Buddhism and interreligious” by Ven. Phra Weerasak Jayadhammo (Ajahn Tah), Ven. Dr. Ugyen Lama, Ven. Vaṃsapãla to opens the floor for discussion and opens opportunities for IBSC International students which from Bhutan, China, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Singapore, and Russia to interact and exchange perspectives on how to teach Buddhism to people in Generation Z in Thailand and their countries. Students can observe the wide range of different approaches to Buddhism in many continents and countries.

Within the joint class seminar, IBSC and Peace Studies Program by Ven. Dr. Phra Pramote Vadagovido, Ven. Phramaha Pichai Vorabhani, Ven. Phra Weerasak Jayadhammo (Ajahn Tah) provides applied mindfulness-based learning activities so students of education faculty can learn how skill full Buddhist monks are working in teaching Buddhism to the young age or Generation Z.

After all sessions, Professor Dr. Phrakrupalad Pannavoravat (Hansa Dhammahaso) summarize that Mindfulness-Based Learning Activities could help learners to get a better results not just study Buddhism but it can support every activities and subjects.

Professor Dr. Uthai Kaewpetch suggests students seek more opportunities to join the class seminars again soon for continuous improvement Mindfulness-Based Learning Activities of teaching Buddhism subject skills and more opportunities for class seminars for discussions on Buddhism and interfaith.

Lead students concluded that from overall activities today, their findings are more confident in creating activities to interact with their students who are generation Z which is more interested in Buddhist Philosophy than just the ceremony and some unnecessary rituals.

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