Buddhist studies and education efficiency

Poonsrap Ketveerapong

Abstract


Buddhist studies and education efficiency mean applying Buddhist teachings

into classroom curriculum that will later bring about the ultimate learning objectives.
This can help decrease and solve learners' problems when they are in class.
Specifically speaking, learners may not be ready to study due to the present
environment which could affect their “concentration” and “consciousness” and
make them unable to follow the learning and perception aspects. In bringing about
the education efficiency through learning and perception, the basic 5 Buddhist
methods that can control emotion are known as The 5 Aggregates (Standhas) which
compose of Rūpa (Corporeality), Vedanā (sensation), Sañña (perception), Saṅkharā
(volitional activities) and Viññaṇa (consciousness). When the mind is stirred by
the uneasy condition, we can adjust it by controlling emotion, negative sensation,
and negative equanimity sensation. The principal component of the integrated
Buddhist methods to achieve education efficiency is solely concerned with
Vedana. When the process of learning takes place, Vedana or sensation is inevitably
intertwined. The sensation involved in education can be classified into 2 aspects
of Vedana combined with lack of education efficiency and Vedana combined with
education efficiency that can advocate the desirable achievement. The crucial variable
in making that efficiency happen is to develop the “body and mind” aspect to reach
the mentioned Buddhist teachings.


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