This article aims to summarize the practical ways to shape Thai citizenship for global citizenery Thailand 4.0 based on the Thailand government policy “Innovation-driven for the Valued-Based-Economy”. The author has studied and summarized the sources of information from national and international levels from related documents under the themes (1) global citizenship education, (2) 21st century skills, (3) the review on Thailand education by OECD and UNESCO, and (4) the Thailand education policy. The author found that the most important factor that Thailand should pay attention to is human capital for national development. Schools should pay attention to the following on the integration of the key elements for responsible global citizenship: (1) knowledge and understanding (2) skills (cognitive and social) (3) values and attitudes to the methods of teaching and learning in their own curriculum for the development of responsible global citizenship. The following were deemed practical ways: proposals for schools at basic education level are as follows: to inform the important issues of global citizenship, to design the activities based on the contents and respect the students’ interest, and the assessment of teaching and learning will be made for the development of learners.