This research project aimed to (1) survey subject matters needed for the new generations, (2) to formulate the learning process development model, and (3) to verify the model. In order to achieve the first objective, subject matters needed for the new generations were extracted from research papers and seminar results. There were concluded as (1) health care, (2) being good person, (3) systematic thinking, (4) communication, and (5) punctuality. These items were confirmed by 537 out of 850 samples of educational administrators, teachers and student teachers by mailed questionnaires. Additional items such as computer literacy and English language ability were suggested. In order to achieve the second objective, a model of learning process based on the Cognitive Information Processing Theories was developed for 60 Prathom Suksa 6, Mathayom Suksa 3 and 6 students in Bangkok and Loei Province. The model took 18 hours to complete the learning process. The model was verified empirically by a group of target school administrators, teachers and students. Most school administrators and teacher agreed on the sequencing of learning process, suitability and effectiveness of the model. The students concluded that (1) they gained knowledge regarding type of good person, health care, (2) their communication and thinking were improved, (3) they were concerned with punctually, and (4) they cared for public objects and places.