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The objectives of this research were to 1) study and collect Miang wisdom in the northern region of Thailand, 2) to propose approaches for managing community-based transdisciplinary learning in social studies and 3) to study the result of managing community-based transdisciplinary learning in social studies for promoting green citizenship. The Mixed Methods in Education Research were conducted. The target groups consisted of 1) 15 local scholars and community leaders, 2) 5 learning management experts and 3) 30 secondary school students, accounting for a total of 50 people. Purposive sampling was used in order to obtain data from the target groups. The instruments used in the research were 1) unstructured interview forms, 2) suitability assessment forms of approaches for managing community-based transdisciplinary learning and 3) green citizenship skills assessment forms. Qualitative data analysis was conducted through content analysis. The presentation was in the form of descriptive analysis. Descriptive statistics were used to find mean and standard deviation. Study results revealed that 1) “Miang” is a local plant of Lanna people. It is plant associated with Lanna people traditions, beliefs, wisdom and spirituality, it is The Culture of Ethnobotany in Northern Thailand. Miang comes from Camellia Sinensis Asamica in the family of Theaceae which grows as a shrub. 2)The result of developing approaches for managing community-based transdisciplinary learning have 4 steps called “CMUD Area-based Learning Approach (CALA)” . The overall efficiency assessment results of approach were at the highest level. And 3) The result of community-based transdisciplinary learning management helped promoting green citizenship of secondary school students in an overall picture at a high level.
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