The Model of Change for School Administrator, Nonthaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2

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Phongsak Poupornphong
Sowwanee Sikkhabandit
Panya Theerawitthayalert

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This research aims to 1) study the condition and guidelines of modern leadership of school administrators by using the query the sample group was 63 school directors. 2) The development of modern leadership of school administrators and check the quality of the pattern by using an interviewer model, including 5 educational experts and has made content analysis and 3) Trial and evaluate the form of modern leadership of school administrators by experimenting with 1 school administrators for 1 semester and the sample group in the assessment, namely 56 school directors. The research found that 1) Current condition of modern leadership of educational administrators the overall picture is practiced at a high level. 2) Model of modern leadership of the development of educational institutions that have been developed, consisting of 3 main components as follows: 1) Majesty 2) Mental and 3) Skills and 3) The results of the trial and evaluating the form of modern leadership of the school administrators, it was found that from the experiment to develop executives have skills and behaviors according to the pattern. Is at a high level and the results of the evaluation of modern leadership forms of developed educational institutions found that the overall picture is possible and the most useful level.

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Poupornphong พ., Sikkhabandit เ., & Theerawitthayalert ป. . (2022). The Model of Change for School Administrator, Nonthaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. Rajapark Journal, 16(44), 398–413. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/256454
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