Competencies of School Administrators in the Digital Age under the Office of Primary Education Service, Nonthaburi Province, District 1

Authors

  • Benjamas tansongnoen Educational Administration, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University

Keywords:

The element, Administrators, Digital age, Nonthaburi

Abstract

                Research subject competencies of school administrators in the digital age fall under the Office of Nonthaburi Educational Service Area, Area 1, with the objectives to 1) to study the competency factors of school administrators in the digital age under the Office of Nonthaburi Primary Educational Service Area 1, and 2) to study the competency of school administrators in the digital age under the Office of Nonthaburi Primary Educational Service Area 1. The service area comprises a total of 360 users from 32 schools, including school administrators, deputy administrators, and teachers. The research instruments consist of data using computer programs. By determining the frequency, percentage, and average () standard deviation (SD), we arrive at the Exploratory Factor Analysis. Research results show that competencies of school administrators in the digital age under the Office of Nonthaburi Primary Educational Service Area 1 consist of four components with 83 variables: 1) innovation with the weight of the components being between.516 and.839 variable variance (Eigenvalues), or 41.219% of variance 49.661; 2) ability in information technology 2 has an element weight between.462 and.792 Variance (Eigenvalues), or 7.529% of variance 9.071; 3) the initiative has an element weight between.519 and.801 Variance (Eigenvalues), or 3.756% of variance 4.525; 4) computer skills. The composition weight is between.505 and.796 variance of variables. (Eigenvalues), or 3.443% of variance 4.148

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Published

2021-06-20

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tansongnoen เ. (2021). Competencies of School Administrators in the Digital Age under the Office of Primary Education Service, Nonthaburi Province, District 1. Research and Development Journal Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 13(1), 22–40. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/irdssru/article/view/247713

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