Development of the Basic Education Home School Model in the 21st Century

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Sutthiluck Kanthipan
Santi Buranachart
Thidawan Unkong
Namfon Gunma


This research aimed to study (1) the status and guidelines of the basic education home school model in the 21st century and (2) the development of the basic education home school model in the 21st century. 3) the feasibility and profitability assessment of the basic education home school the 21st century. This research is quantitative and qualitative. The research samples were 205 families that employed the homeschooling system from Stratified Random Sampling. The samples also included 5 home schools and 6 experts by Purposive Sampling Technique. The research instruments were a questionnaire and interview form. The statistical analysis included percentages, means, and standard deviation. This research also employed content analysis to analyze the data. The result showed that the context and guidelines of the basic education home school model in the 21st century were at a high level. There were 6 parts of the basic education home school model in the 21st century, including part 1 principles and objectives, part 2 inputs including supporting networks, curriculum, and educational resources, part 3 processes including preparation, planning, performing evaluation, and implementing, and part 4 output, which was the 9 competencies, part 5 outcomes, part 6 feedback, and part 7 environment. The evaluation result showed that the overall basic education home school model in the 21st century was possible and beneficial at the highest level.


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