The Development of a small school Management Model that won a National Award

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Potsawat Sara-awart , Sutum Thummatasananon


The purpose of this research is developing a national award-winning small school management model. The quantitative study sample consisted of 374 school administrators by randomly stratified. The instrument used was a 5-level estimation questionnaire and a qualitative study. The information providers are the administrators of the educational institutes and 10 Academic Department Chief teachers. The tools used are structured interviews. The basic statistical analysis and analyzing qualitative data are used content analysis methods. The research found that 1) there are 5 components and indicators of small school administration awarding the national level 53 indicators. The suitability is at the highest level. 2) The current condition is moderate. Desirable conditions were at the highest level. The order of necessities include with the aspect of the excellent of the educational institution, the curriculum and academic administration, the student quality, the Educational Administration and learning management that focuses on the learners. 3) The results of the pattern development consisted of Part 1 Conceptual Principles and Objectives, Part 2 Methods, Part 3 the Guidelines of practical, Part 4 Evaluation and Part 5 Keys to be success, the results of suitability evaluation and the high possibility. The results of using the model were found that the knowledge assessment score after participating in the model was statistically significantly higher than the pre-participation knowledge assessment score at the .05 level. The overall, each aspect before development is at the highest level and after development is at the highest level and the overall of satisfaction level assessment is high level.

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