Development Competency Indicators of Academic Leadership of School Administrators on the 21st Century Student Learning Management in Schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan

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อัจฉรา นิยมาภา

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The objectives of this research were to: 1. develop competency indicators of academic leadership of school administrators on the 21st century student learning management in schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan; 2. verify those competency indicators with empirical data; and 3. propose academic leadership competency evaluation guidelines of school administrators on the learning management. A sample of 280 was randomly selected from administrators of those schools. An interview form, a questionnaire and an evaluation form were used for data collection. The data was analyzed in terms of percentage, mean, standard deviation, and confirmatory factors analyses. The findings revealed as follows. 1) There were three competency aspects and 14 indicators of school administrator academic leadership for the mentioned learning management. 2) Testing of linear structural relationship showed the model was valid and consistent with the empirical data. 3) As for the guidelines, based on the competency indicators, the developed indicators for evaluation of academic leadership competency of school administrators on the learning management were considered to be suitable at the high level.

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