The Study of Context, Problems and Problem Solving Guidelines of Inclusive Education Management In Government Bangkok Metropolitan Primary Schools

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Mareena Sriwanayos
Thattharit Tiamtham
Pakamas Nantajeewarawat

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The objectives of this research were to: (1) study the state of the problems of total learning management of primary schools under the jurisdiction of Bangkok Metropolis; and (2) study the guidelines for solving the problems of total school management of primary schools in elementary schools under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. The samples of this study were administrators, special education teachers, and children teachers in a total of 461 primary schools in the Eastern Bangkok group, academic year 2017, which were selected by multi-stage random sampling. The samples were collected by interview forms and questionnaires with 5 rating scales. The data were analyzed using content analysis and descriptive statistics such as frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. The results of the research revealed that 1) the problems of the total learning management were carried out in 5 aspects, with 4 levels having a high level of practice, namely management. Teachers teaching and learning and the place media and facilities. On the other hand, moderate level of practice was service provision and 2) ways to solve problems by increasing teacher rates to meet the needs of each school teachers reducing the workload of teachers, use different teaching methods, adjust teaching methods to suit children with special needs, and give a job that is difficult, different from normal children

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Sriwanayos, M., Tiamtham, T., & Nantajeewarawat, P. (2020). The Study of Context, Problems and Problem Solving Guidelines of Inclusive Education Management In Government Bangkok Metropolitan Primary Schools. Rajapark Journal, 14(33), 1–12. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/240520
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