Factors Affecting Effectiveness of Integrated Educational Management of Rajapark Institute

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Jeerabhan Chanwichian
Pranee Panman
Punnut Hirunburana
Jumpol Hirunsook
Thaveesak Sangern

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The objectives of this research were to study 1) Factors affecting the effectiveness of integrative education management 2) Compare the level of opinion factors affecting the effectiveness of integrative education management and 3) Propose guidelines to improve and develop the integrated management of the Rajapark Institute. The sample group consisted of 40 educational personnel at Rajapark Institute. The quantitative research used a questionnaire as a research tool. The accuracy of the whole copy is 0.87. For the qualitative research, interviews were used. and group meetings as a tool for collecting information. The quantitative data were analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation. The qualitative data was analyzed by Focus Group and content analysis technique was used. The results of the research were as follows: 1) The effectiveness of the development of integrated education management The overall picture is at a high level. Sorted in descending order: Values, Structure, Strategy, Employees/Personnel, Skills/Proficiency in terms of form/practice 2) Comparison of factors affecting the effectiveness of integrated education management classified by sex, age, educational level. Personnel status on duty and work experience, it was found that There were no statistically significant differences. 3) Guidelines for improving and developing factors affecting the effectiveness of integrated education management of educational personnel. and those involved in the course setting It is suitable for the organization's main policy plan. and can be used to benefit academic departments effectively.

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Chanwichian จ., Panman ป., Hirunburana ป., Hirunsook จ., & Sangern ท. (2022). Factors Affecting Effectiveness of Integrated Educational Management of Rajapark Institute. Rajapark Journal, 16(46), 477–493. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/259068
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