Model Development for Academic leadership of teachers with School-Based Training under the Local Government Administration of Kalasin Organization
The purposes of this research were to 1) study the factors and indicators of academic leadership of teachers 2) form the model development for academic leadership of teachers with school-based training under the Local Government Administration of Kalasin Organization and 3) study the result of the research experiment. The research procedures were divided into three phrases. The first stage was to study the components of the academic leadership of teachers by synthesizing the data, focus group discussion and questioning from 234 samples. The second stage was to form the model development of academic leadership for teachers with school-based training by using (Multi Attribute Consensus Reaching: MACR). And the third stage was to study the result of the research experiment with 1 school and 18 target group.
The results found that: (1) The factors and indicators of academic leadership of teachers with school-based training under the Local Government Administration of Kalasin Organization comprised of 1) the model of teaching comprised 4 sub- factors and 17 indicators, 2) learning achievement comprised 4 sub- factors and 9 indicators, 3) professional teacher comprised 4 sub- factors and 16 indicators and 4) participatory in development of quality education comprised 5 sub- factors and 13 indicators. (2) The model comprised of 1) principles 2) objectives 3) activities 4) content 5) instructional media 6) time and 7) assessment. The result of evaluation for accuracy, possibility and utilities was the highest in overall. And (3) The result of the experiment using the model development of the academic leadership of teachers with school-based training under the Local Government Administration of Kalasin Organization was in the highest level of the average.
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