The Information Technology Management Model in the 21st Century for School, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

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Somkiat Dasa
Sittiporn Prawatrungruang
Khwanying Sriprasertpap

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This research the objectives were 1) to study management conditions, 2) to establish and examine a management model, 3) to assess the appropriateness and feasibility of applying the model in management, and 4) to test the model. Management of the use of information technology in schools in the 21st century under Bangkok. It is research that combines methods The sample group used in the study included executives Teachers in schools affiliated with Bangkok and the head of the learning subject group of 268 people who collected the data. by using a questionnaire data were analyzed including percentage, mean, standard deviation, qualitative, and interviews with experts and experts. with knowledge and/or having experience in the management of the use of information technology of 9 people. The results showed that 1) the overall condition of the management of the use of information technology was at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 3.87) Step 2) Results Create and validate the management model of the use of information technology. By 5 qualified experts and experts, it was found that all experts thought that 3) Step 3: Assessment results of conformity and usefulness The conformity and usefulness of the adoption management model as a whole were at a high level. Ultimate (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.68 and step 4) The experimental application of the model was found to be consistent and useful in planning the management system. and teaching management.


 

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Dasa ส., Prawatrungruang ส., & Sriprasertpap ข. (2022). The Information Technology Management Model in the 21st Century for School, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. Rajapark Journal, 16(46), 510–529. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/257788
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