The Learning Management Model Using a Corporative Network for Sustainable Educational Quality Development of Schools under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

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Tirawat Klaipai
Sittiporn Prawatrungruang
Khwanying Sriprasertpap

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This research aimed 1) To develop the learning management model and 2) To try and evaluate the learning management model using the cooperation network to improve the quality of sustainable education management. For schools under Bangkok Is quantitative research coupled with qualitative research qualitative has 5 important information providers, including experts. Semi-structured interview quantitative Including 101 schools and teachers and teachers, analyzing data by finding an average standard deviation and content analysis the results showed that 1) The form of learning management using a network of cooperation in the development of sustainable education management for schools under Bangkok, consisting of (1) Learning management, including learning activities by seizing learners as important production and use of various media, innovative learning resources measurement and evaluation with a variety of methods and the preparation of learning management plans (2) The cooperation network is aware of the necessity. Stage creating an agreement management steps to expand the network of cooperation good connaissance and monitoring and evaluation stages (3) Development of sustainable education management, including policy formulation academic leadership of executives and teachers and continuous monitoring and evaluation. 2) The results of the trial and evaluating the format overall, there is a lot of benefits and possibilities.

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Klaipai ถ., Prawatrungruang ส., & Sriprasertpap ข. (2022). The Learning Management Model Using a Corporative Network for Sustainable Educational Quality Development of Schools under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration . Rajapark Journal, 16(44), 382–397. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/255610
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