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 Journal of Graduate ResearchNumber of Followers: 0     Open Access journal ISSN (Print) 2229-2756 - ISSN (Online) 2651-1401 Published by Chiang Mai University  [12 journals]
• The Development of Paradigms, Model and Mechanisms for an Area-Based
Teacher Development:

• Authors: ไกรลาศ ดอนชัย, ปาริชาติ บัวเจริญ, นพรัตน์ เตชะพันธ์รัตนกุล, ปวันรัตน์ บัวเจริญ
Pages: 1 - 21
Abstract: การพัฒนากระบวนทัศน์ รูปแบบและกลไกการพัฒนาครูตามแนวคิดเครือข่ายเชิงพื้นที่: กรณีคณะวิศวกรรมศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีราชมงคลล้านนา มีวัตถุประสงค์เพื่อ 1) ศึกษาสภาพปัจจุบันและสภาพ
พึงประสงค์ของการพัฒนาครูตามแนวคิดเครือข่ายเชิงพื้นที่ 2) พัฒนากระบวนทัศน์ รูปแบบและกลไกการพัฒนาครูตามแนวคิดเครือข่ายเชิงพื้นที่ และ 3) จัดทำข้อเสนอเชิงนโยบายกระบวนทัศน์ รูปแบบและกลไกการพัฒนาครูตามแนวคิดเครือข่ายเชิงพื้นที่ ผู้ให้ข้อมูล แบ่งออกเป็น 2 กลุ่ม คือ สถาบันผลิตครู และสถานศึกษา เครื่องมือที่ใช้ในการวิจัย ประกอบด้วย 1) แบบเก็บรวบรวมข้อมูลสถาบันผลิตครู 2) แบบเก็บรวบรวมข้อมูลสถานศึกษา 3) แบบสอบถามสถาบันผลิตครู และ 4) แบบสอบถามสถานศึกษา วิเคราะห์ข้อมูลโดยใช้ค่าความถี่ (Frequency) ร้อยละ (Percentage) ค่าเฉลี่ย (Mean) ส่วนเบี่ยงเบนมาตรฐาน (S.D.) การวิเคราะห์เนื้อหา (Content Analysis) ความต้องการจำเป็น (PNImodified)
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1. สภาพปัจจุบันและสภาพพึงประสงค์ของการพัฒนาครูตามแนวคิดเครือข่ายเชิงพื้นที่ ด้านกระบวนทัศน์ รูปแบบและกลไกการพัฒนาครู ตามความคิดเห็นของผู้เกี่ยวข้องจาก\$...
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• The Use of Exercise Package to Develop the Reading Skill on Obscured Thai
pelling Rules by Using the Stad Learning Technique for Prathomsuksa 2
Students at hesaban 1 Wat Prom Wihan School in Mae Sai District, Chiang
Rai Province

• Authors: สังวาลย์ จันทร์เทพ, ยุพิน จันทร์เรือง, อัญชลี เท็งตระกูล
Pages: 23 - 40
Abstract: This study aimed 1) to develop and validate the efficiency of the exercise package for development of reading obscure Thai spelling rules by using the STAD learning technique, 2) to compare the learning achievements before and after the implementation of the exercise package for development of reading obscure Thai spelling rules by using the STAD learning technique, and 3) to examine the students’ satisfaction with the implementation of exercise package. The population was 104 Prathomsuksa 2 students. The samples were 34 students selected by applying the purposive sampling method from Prathomsuksa 2/3. The research instruments were 4 sets of the exercise package for development of reading obscure Thai spelling Rules and each set contained 8 practice sets, 4 units of the lesson plan and each unit contained 6 lessons, the achievement test (Pre-test–Post-test) included 40-word reading aloud test, 20-item multiple-choice and the 10-item students’ satisfaction questionnaire on the implementation of the exercise package for development of reading obscure Thai spelling rules. The results are summarized as follows. The exercise package for development of reading obscure Thai spelling rules for Prathomsuksa 2 students indicated the efficiency scores (E1/E2) of 84.83/85.67, which were higher than the 80/80 standard criteria and confirmed the set hypothesis. The learning achievement of the students after the implementation of the exercise package revealed that the posttest mean was at 18.26, accounting for 85.66%, which were higher than the set criteria and were statistically significant at .05. The mean of the students’ satisfaction with the exercise package was at 2.60, which was at a high level.
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• The An Action Research on a Stem Education Learning with an Engineering
Design Process in Conjunction with Local Wisdom for Lower Secondary School
Students

• Authors: อโนดาษ์ รัชเวทย์, มัลลิกา ศุภิมาส, ยุทธนา ชัยเจริญ
Pages: 41 - 55
Abstract: This action research aimed to study the learning management by using a STEM education framework with a 6-steps engineering design process in conjunction with local wisdom for teaching the “Natural Cotton Dyeing” for 31 Matthayomsuksa I students, in the 2nd semester of the 2017 academic year at one of an expansion opportunity school in Muang District, Chiangmai province. The random technique was used to select the sample group. The research instruments were three STEM education lesson plans with a total of 12 hours, which were composed of activity worksheets, knowledge worksheets, post teaching notes and product assessment forms. The statistic values used were mean and standard deviation values and data analysis with data triangulation method.
The research findings showed the STEM activity learning process in conjunction with local wisdom by using 6 steps of learning, step I included problem setting ability where student should be motivated to pay attention to local wisdom. Step II was data collection with a focus on team work. Step III was engineering design process with a focus on problem solving skills and team work. Step IV was planning and problem solving with a focus on practice and active learning activity. Step V was testing and evaluation with a focus on students’ work and their comments and ideas. Step VI was problem solving presentation where students were involved in presenting their problem-solving methods.
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• The Study of Management Strategies of Academic Affairs for Opportunity
Expansion School in Khun Yuam District, Mae Hong Son Province

• Authors: จิรารัตน์ กระจ่างดี, ณัฐิยา ตันตรานนท์
Pages: 57 - 75
Abstract:                 The purpose of this research was to develop the opportunity expansion schools in Khun Yuam District, Mae Hong Son Province. The research was conducted in two stages: 1) to study the opportunity expansion schools in Khun Yuam District, Mae Hong Son Province. Data were collected by using questionnaires from 74 administrators and teachers of the extension schools. 2) To develop the opportunity expansion schools in Khun Yuam District, Mae Hong Son Province. Data were collected by using questionnaires from 74 administrators and teachers of the extension schools. 2) To develop the academic management strategies of the expansion schools in Khun Yuam District, Mae Hong Son Province. Data were collected by interviewing administrators and teachers on the problems and Obstacles to the Academic Administration of 12 Extension Schools And Focus Group Interviews of 12 extension teachers. Data Analysis by Percentage. Mean and Standard Deviation Levels and Rankings The state of the academic administration of the school expanded the opportunity. The program was analyzed and analyzed by content analysis. The study indicated that               1. Opportunity School in Khun Yuam District Mae Hong Son Province There were 6 aspects of academic administration as a whole ( = 2.15,SD= .56) And when ranked according to the rank. No. 1 in measuring, evaluating, and transferring results.Second, the development of the curriculum. No. 3 in the development of quality assurance system within the school. No. 4 in the development of learning process. No. 5 in Media Development, Innovation and Technology in Educational Management No. 6 in Research for Quality Development in Education, respectively.               2. To develop the opportunity expansion schools. Focus Group Interview The results of the six strategic development strategies were found to be strategic. Each strategy consists of 18 strategies.
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

Organizational Commitment Under the Office of Primary Educational Service
Area in Udonthani Province

• Authors: สุทธิ สีพิกา, วันทนา อมตาริยกุล, ประพรทิพย์ คุณากรพิทักษ์
Pages: 77 - 95
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

Performance Organizations Under the Secondary Educational Service Area

• Authors: จิราภรณ์ เข็มทอง, วันทนา อมตาริยกุล, ประพรทิพย์ คุณากรพิทักษ์
Pages: 97 - 113
Abstract:  The purposes of this research were 1) to study the level of the high performance organization of the schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office 20, 2) to examine the level of superleadership of the school administrators in the study area, and 3) to establish forecast equations of high performance organization of the schools. The sample group used in this research were 346 school teachers. The research instrument was the 5-level-rating scale questionnaire on superleadership and high performance organization of schools. The data were analyzed for frequency, mean, standard deviation and the stepwise multiple regression. The results of this investigation revealed that the level of high performance organization of the schools was at the highest level both overall and for each aspect. The level of superleadership of the school administrators was the highest level both overall and for each aspect. The forecast equations of the high performance organization of the schools were as follows: Equation of raw scores:      =  .837 + .213 (X3) + .171 (X5) + .180 (X4) + .160 (X2) + .103 (X1) Equation of standard scores:    =  .280X3 + .233X5 + .242X4 + .206X2 + .125X1
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• The Organizational Citizenship Behaviors of Teachers Affectting the Work
Happiness of Administrators in Private School Under Regional Education
Office No. 10

• Authors: ชญานิษฏ์ ชัยเชียงพิณ, วันทนา อมตาริยกุล, นวัตกร หอมสิน
Pages: 115 - 135
Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1) to study the level of the organizational citizenship behaviors of private schools’ teachers under Regional Education Office No. 10 2) to study the level of the work happiness of private schools’ administrators under Regional Education Office No. 10 3) to study the relationship between the organizational citizenship behaviors of teachers and the work happiness of private schools’ administrators under Regional Education Office No. 10 and 4) to set forecast equations of the work happiness of administrators of private schools under Regional Education Office No. 10. The sample used in this research were 103 administrators from stratified random sampling. The research instrument was the 5-level-rating scale questionnaire of the organizational citizenship behaviors of teachers with the discriminations of .28 - .73 and the reliabilities of .93 and the work happiness of administrators of private schools with the discriminations of .28 - .84 and
the reliabilities of .95. The data were analyzed by frequency, mean, standard deviation, Pearson’s product-moment correlation coefficient and the stepwise multiple regression. The results revealed; 1) The organizational citizenship behaviors of private schools’ teachers under Regional Education Office No. 10 were at the high level. 2) The work happiness of private schools’ administrators under Regional Education Office No. 10 were at the high level. 3) The organizational citizenship behaviors of private schools’ teachers and the work happiness of private schools’ administrators under Regional Education Office No. 10 had positive correlation. And 4) The organizational citizenship behaviors of teachers consist of tolerance factor, cooperation factor and assistance factor were predictor of the work happiness of private schools’ administrators under Regional Education Office No. 10 with the multiple correlation coefficients equals to .80
(R = .80), the predictors accounted for 64.60 percent of the variance (R2 = .646) and the forecast equations were as follows: Equation of raw score:    = 0.399 + .394(X3) + .264(X4) + .235 (X1) Equation of standard score:    = .381(X3) + .362(X4) + .272(X1)
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• Factors Affecting Organizational Health of Basic Education Schools in
Chonburi Campus 1 Under the Office of Chonburi Secondary Educational
Service Area 18

• Authors: ยิ่งยศ เปรมฤดีปรีชาชาญ, ศิริวัฒน์ จิระเดชประไพ
Pages: 137 - 152
Abstract: The purposes of this research were to study 1) the level of factors affecting organizational health in basic education schools; 2) the level of organizational health in basic education schools; 3) the relationship between factors affecting organizational health and organizational health in basic education schools; and 4) factors affecting organizational health in basic education schools. The selected sample by using random sampling consisted of 284 teachers of basic education schools in Chonburi campus 1 under the office of Chonburi secondary educational service area 18. The research instrument was a 5 point Likert scale questionnaire. The statistics used for data analysis were frequency, mean, standard deviation, Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient, and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The results were as follows: 1) The level of factors affecting organizational health in basic education schools, as a whole, was at a high level ranking by mean scores from high to low: organizational structure, external environment, social system, motivation, and leadership. 2) The level of organizational health in basic education schools, as a whole, was at a high level ranking by mean scores from high to low: focusing on academic, relationship, resource support, adequate communication, and organization strength. 3) The factors affecting organizational health and organizational health in basic education schools had highest positive correlation ( ${r}_x_y$ = .801) with statistical significance of .01 4) The factors affecting organizational health in basic education schools were organizational structure, social system, external environment, and leadership that were able to predict at 66.40%. It could be written in the multiple regression equation of raw score as:  = 1.251 + .227X2 + .238X4 + .130X5 + .115X1 It could be written in the multiple regression equation of standard score as:  = .310X2 + .301X4 + .177X5 + .165X1
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• Administrative Factors Affecting Effectiveness of Schools Affiliated to
the Sisters of Saint Paul De Chartes in Thailand

• Authors: พรนภา ปรัชญาคุณ, วันทนา อมตาริยกุล, นวัตกร หอมสิน
Pages: 153 - 168
Abstract: The purposes of this research were 1) to study the level of the administrative factors 2) to study the level of effectiveness of school 3) to study the relationship between the administrative factors and the effectiveness of school and 4) to study the administrative factors affecting the effectiveness of schools affiliated to The Sisters of Saint Paul de Chartes in Thailand. The sample used in this research were 331 teachers from simple random sampling. The research instrument was the 5-level-rating scale questionnaire of
the administrative factors with the reliabilities of .95 and the power of discriminations between .21 - .89 and the effectiveness of schools with the reliabilities of .93 and the power of discriminations between .24 - .90.
The data were analyzed by frequency, mean, standard deviation, Pearson’s product-moment correlation coefficient and the stepwise multiple regression. The results revealed; 1) The administrative factors of school affiliated to The Sisters of Saint Paul de Chartes in Thailand were at the very high level. 2) The effectiveness of schools under The Sisters of Saint Paul de Chartes in Thailand were at the very high level. 3) The administrative factors and effectiveness of schools affiliated to The Sisters of Saint Paul de Chartes in Thailand had positive correlation at a high level. And 4) The forecast equations of the effectiveness of schools affiliated to The Sisters of Saint Paul de Chartes in Thailand were as follows: Equation of raw score:     =  0.504 + .361 (X6) + .206 (X3) + .209 (X2) + .104 (X1) Equation of standard score:     =  .393X6 + .255X3 + .206X2  + .101X1
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• Quality of Work Life Factors Affecting Organizational Commitment of
Teachers in Schools Under Udonthani Primary Educational Service Area
Office 4

• Authors: สัณหวัช วิชิตนนทการ, วันทนา อมตาริยกุล, ประพรทิพย์ คุณากรพิทักษ์
Pages: 169 - 188
Abstract: The purposes of this research were to study the level of quality of work life, to examine the level of the organizational commitment of teachers and to investigate the quality of work life factors affecting organization commitment of the teachers in schools under Udonthani Primary Educational Service Area Office 4. The samples used in this research were 310 teachers. The research instrument was a 5-level-rating scale questionnaire with 6 items on quality of work and 3 items on organizational commitment with the reliability of .972. The data were analyzed for frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation and Stepwise multiple regression analysis. The results of this research show that 1) the level of quality of work life was at a high level both overall and each aspect. 2) the level of the organizational commitment of the teachers was at a high level both overall and each aspect. 3) The work life factors affecting organizational commitment included relationship with colleagues, ability development and freedom of work. The predictive power was at the level of 53.30 % with statistical significance at .01
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• Motivation Factors Affecting Work Efficiency of Thai Employees in the
Automotive Plastic Parts Industry, WHA Eastern Seaboard 1 Industrial
Estate Rayong Province

• Authors: ศุภกิจ ปัญญารัตนะ, จิราพร ระโหฐาน
Pages: 189 - 203
Abstract:             The objective of this research were 1) To study the level of work efficiency of employees 2) To study the motivation and maintenance factors that affecting work efficiency of employees. The sample of this research were 367 employees by using questionnaires as a tool to collect data in the automotive plastic parts industry at WHA Eastern Seaboard 1 Industrial Estate Rayong province. The statistics of data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation and multiple regression analysis. The results of this research showed that 1) The overall work efficiency level of employees was the highest level ( = 4.45 , S.D.= 0.47) 2) The motivation factors were job characteristics (β = 0.28) the training (β = 0.22) the progress opportunities (β = 0.17) and the maintenance factors were salary and welfare (β = 0.23) the relationship with colleague (β = 0.20) the working environment (β = 0.15) the relationship with supervisor (β = 0.13) and the policy and administration (β = 0.10) found that there were a significant in the affecting work efficiency of employees at the level of 0.05.
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• Factors Affecting Intention to Quit of Generation Y Staff in Autopart
Manufacturers in Laemchabang Industrail Estate

• Authors: จุฑารัตน์ อันวิเศษ, จิราพร ระโหฐาน
Pages: 205 - 217
Abstract: The objectives of this research were 1) to study the factors affecting in intention to quit of generation Y staff in autopart manufacturers were, Laem Chabang industrial estate, 2) to compare their intention to quit by personal factors, and 3) to examine the influence of the factors over their intention to quit. The sample group of this study was 334 generation Y employees and the questionnaire was use to collect the data. The data were statistically analyzed for percentage, mean, standard deviation, T-test, variance analysis (one-way ANOVA), comparing differences in pairs by LSD and multiple regression analysis. The results of this research showed that 1) the opinions of the generation Y employees on internal management was at a high level ( = 4.10). 2) The generation Y employees had different levels of intention to quit in accordance with personal factors. Their income and marital status statistically affected their intention to quit at the 0.05 level. 3) The factors influencing their intention to quit were working environment (β = 0.26) and job satisfaction (β = 0.24). They were found to have the influence over their intention at the significance level of 0.05.
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

• An Elderly Population Database Development With the GIS Application:

• Authors: ชนม์ธนัช สุวรรณ, รัชฎาภรณ์ ทองแป้น
Pages: 219 - 234
Abstract: The objectives of the research were 1) to survey and to construct a database on the elderly population by the application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS); and 2) to synthesize the data related to the eldery population and to propose guidelines for developing the quality of life of the elderly population in the study area based on the online database. Population in this research consisted of the elderly aged 60 years or above living in Nam-Jo municipality, Mae-Tha district, Lampang Province. The necessary data concerning the elderly were collected by using TCNAP (Thailand Community network Appraisal Program) of the Office of the Health Promotion Foundation. The online database were constructed by using Quantum GIS (QGIS 3.2) and spreadsheet programs including Microsoft Excel and Notepad for coding computer languages. To propose the guidelines for the elderly’s quality of life, all the needed data from the database were taken for synthesizing. Results of the research study were 1) the database on the elderly population by the application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in terms of thematic map divided according to the database both online and offline. Those databases were proposed as visualization in order to enable the interpretation from the map, specifically substituting the reading of statistical data from tables including the data being able to be updated at any time; and 2) as regards the guidelines for developing the quality of life of the elderly in the study, Nam-Jo municipality and Nam-Jo district Health Promotion Hospital could utilize the created database to monitor the people’s ways of life on their socio-economic terms Including assisting health care for the elderly in the area efficiently.
PubDate: 2019-06-29
Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 1 (2019)

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