Developing Model of School Curriculum Management under the Province Administration Organization (Nakhonchaiburin)

  • Sasithorn Loonsila Ed.D. Student (Educational Management), Rajabhat Maha Sarakham University
  • Teerawat Yiumsaeng Lecturer of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, Rajabhat Maha Sarakham University
  • Chalard Chantarasombat Lecturer of Faculty of Education, Rajabhat Maha Sarakham University
Keywords: Model Development, School curriculum Administration


          The objectives of this action research were to 1) Examine the school curriculum before developing 2) Developing the school curriculum model and testing model 3) Improve and measure satisfaction with and success developing school curriculum management model under The Provincial Administrative Organization (Nakornchaiburin). The population consisted of 255, from head school committee, school directors and head department of academy. The instruments were questionnaire, structure interview and measure. The collected data were analyzed by percentage, mean and standard deviation.

                   The results were as follows: (1) The general condition of school curriculum management model under the provincial administration organization. (Nakornchaiburin) was found that the goal setting, objectives and coverage was at the highest level (µ 4.59) the planning and curriculum design factor was at the high level (µ 4.07) and the curriculum implement factor, evaluation and implement curriculum factor was at middle level (µ 3.45, 3.43, 3.18) SASITHORN MODEL consist of Strategy, Administration, Sustainable Development, Identity, Technology &Technical Skill, Human Resource Development, Organization Development, Research, New Innovation. (2) Curriculum construction and development from condition of curriculum management, curriculum implement factor, curriculum evaluation factor and construct, develop curriculum factor found that in middle level, necessary to develop immediately by workshop and innovation of the construct handbook for curriculum management. And (3) Implement and satisfaction study at Sapang Wittayakom School 6 months by participatory action research was found that the target group has satisfaction at highest level (µ 4.59) receiving skill practice.


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