Competency Development Model of Network Management of Informal Education and Non-Formal Education in Kalasin, Province

  • Adison Phookonglee D.P.A. Student (Public Administration) Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration, Mahasarakham Rajabhat University
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yupaporn Yupas Lecturer of Faculty of Political Sciences and Public Administration, Rajabhat Mahasarakham University
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pakdee Phosing Lecturer of Faculty of Political Sciences and Public Administration, Rajabhat Mahasarakham University
Keywords: Network, Management, Informal Education and Non-Formal Education


This study has three major purposes are to 1) investigate factors affecting network management of informal education and informal education, 2) create network management models of informal education and informal education, and 3) implement and evaluate network management model of informal education and informal education in Kalasin province. The samples were selected from members of informal and informal education networks. Tools used in research to collect information as a form of network management, education, non-formal and informal education 5 steps evaluation questionnaire consistent, and performance appraisal. Statistics used in data analysis were mean, standard deviation, multiple regression analysis and paired t-test.

          It was concluded that in the first part ; Independent variables affect network management, informal education and informal education. The variables are selected in the respective equations were 1) teamwork and coordination skills, 2) competency competence, 3) analytical thinking competence, 4) systematic thinking competency, 5) leadership competencies, 6)good communication performance, and 7) change management performance. All variables together predict of network management 86.6%. In the second part ; the network management model in Kalasin Province consists of 5 stages : (1) awareness of need for network/sharing, (2) problem analysis/restoration Plan and create a shared commitment, (3) Plan implementation, (4) Keeping relationship going and evaluation, (5) reflection and learning (APIRE Model), and In the third part ; after development, it was found that network had management capabilities, all in all, increased significantly before development (P-Value <0.001). The mean score was the highest (Mean = 4.73, S.D. = 0.21, Mdn = 4.50-5.00).


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