DEVELOPMENT OF THE CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP CAPABILITY OF EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISOR

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กรรณิการ์ ปานนุช
พูลพงศ์ สุขสว่าง

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The objectives of the research were: (1) to develop the criteria for assessing the academic leadership capability of educational supervisor, (2) to develop an online program for assessing the academic leadership capability of educational supervisor, (3) to compare the criteria-based academic leadership capability of senior professional level educational supervisor with that of professional level educational supervisor. This research was a mixed-method research with the exploratory sequential mixed method design. The criteria for assessing the academic leadership capability were developed with 3 rounds of e-Delphi technique, the consensus of opinions based on the Rough Set Theory was obtained from 21 experts in 3 groups, and the prioritizing of components and indicators was conducted with the Analytic Hierarchical Process (AHP). The online assessment program was developed with the use of the OS operating program: Linux, WEB: Apache, Script: PHP, and Database: mysql. The sample group totaling 60 people for comparing the criteria-based academic leadership capability included 30 senior professional level educational supervisors and 30 professional level educational supervisors. The statistics used for data analysis included the percentage, mean, standard deviation, Rough set theory, CVI, Kruskal-Wallis test, and t-test. The research results were as follows: (1) The developed criteria for assessing academic leadership capability were composed of 5 components (18 indicators): (1.1) the achievement of educational supervision management, (1.2) the global mindset, (1.3) the educational supervision work performance based on specific roles and duty, (1.4) the interaction between the supervisor and the supervisee, and (1.5) the personal characteristics of the supervisor. (2) The online assessment program was in the web application format, available at: https://www.edusupas.com. The online program had 5 parts, namely, Part 1: Program Screen, Part 2: Home Screen, Part 3: General Information Screen, Part 4: Criteria Component Screen, and Part 5: Reporting Screen. (3) Results of comparing academic leadership capability of senior professional level educational supervisors with that of professional level educational supervisors showed that the academic leadership capability of senior professional level educational supervisors was significantly higher than the counterpart capability of professional level educational supervisors at the .01 level of significance

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ปานนุชก., & สุขสว่างพ. (2019). DEVELOPMENT OF THE CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP CAPABILITY OF EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISOR. Panyapiwat Journal, 11(3), 203-216. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/article/view/232474
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