https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/issue/feed The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal 2021-09-27T15:37:25+07:00 ผศ.ดร.ฆัมภิชา ตันติสันติสม khumphicha@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>สักทอง : วารสารมนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏกำแพงเพชรมีวัตถุประสงค์เพื่อตีพิมพ์ผลงานวิจัย ผลงานสร้างสรรค์ และผลงานวิชาการ สาขามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์ ได้แก่ การศึกษา รัฐศาสตร์ รัฐประศาสนศาสตร์ การพัฒนาชุมชน วัฒนธรรม เศรษฐศาสตร์นิติศาสตร์ บริหารธรุกิจ การท่องเที่ยว และนิเทศศาสตร์ เผยแพร่แก่นักวิชาการและบุคคลทั่วไป ปีละ 4 ฉบับ (มกราคม-มีนาคม, เมษายน-มิถุนายน, กรกฎาคม-กันยายน และ ตุลาคม-ธันวาคม) บทความที่ได้รับการตีพิมพ์ในวารสารจะต้องผ่านการตรวจพิจารณาจากกองบรรณาธิการและผู้ทรงคุณวุฒิในสาขาต่างๆ จำนวน 3 ท่าน (ซึ่งผู้ทรงคุณวุฒิที่ตรวจพิจารณาบทความจะไม่อยู่ในสังกัดเดียวกันกับผู้แต่ง)</p> https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254681 The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal (GTHJ.) Vol.27 No.3 July-September 2021 2021-09-27T12:34:17+07:00 Research and Development Institute Kamphaeng Phrt Rajabhat University golden.teak.journal@gmail.com 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/236371 Curriculum and Instructional Differentiation for Meaningful Learning: Meeting Learners’ Needs and those of the Society 2021-09-27T15:37:22+07:00 Henry Yuh Anchunda anchundah@yahoo.com <p>Curriculum and instructional differentiation are an unavoidable issue in education. It responds to students’ needs and interest by organizing learning activities based on students’ strengths and ability. The purpose of teaching and learning is to enable the learners to understand the concepts and subject matter as well as develop specifically required skills based on learners’ needs. Effective analysis and understanding of learners’ needs, learning styles, background, interest, culture and experiences will help instructors in planning and differentiating curriculum and instruction taking into consideration learners’ needs, interest, and abilities. Differentiating content, learning process, product or learning outcomes, learning environment and assessment will respond to learners’ needs and the needs of the society in general. Differentiating instruction and based on learners’ needs, interest and ability and style enhances effective participation of learners.</p> 2020-06-23T15:43:43+07:00 Copyright (c) 2020 The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/238976 Strategies of network management for vocational skills development of schools in Secondary Education Service Area Office 10 2021-09-27T15:37:23+07:00 ธนพัฒน์ สุขอนันต์ jojoe708@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this research is to study 1. the network management strategies for developing professional skills of the students under the Office of Secondary Educational Service Area 10, 2. The result of vocational skills development of the students under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10. The findings are 1) the network management strategies to develop students' professional skills consist of 4 strategies, namely planning strategies, network strategy, participation strategy and integration strategies, 2) results of vocational skills development of students show that the basic skills consist of 5 skills, namely flexibility, adaptation, responsibility, the potential to create quality work, and the considerations of work ethics 3) the result of vocational skills development of students in educational institutions that provide joint study in vocational and upper secondary education (Bis Education) under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10 analysed by the student's professional skills assessment shows that the occupation skills are at a high level (= 4.42).</p> 2020-06-23T15:42:10+07:00 Copyright (c) 2020 The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/238960 Creating a stem network of educational management (STEM) to develop innovative thinking skills in secondary schools in Phetchaburi Province under the Office of Secondary Educational Service Areas, Area 10 2021-09-27T15:37:24+07:00 เพลินจิต กิตติยงวิวัฒน์ thphloenchit@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this research is 1. to study the effect of the Stem Education Management Network (STEM) in secondary schools in Phetchaburi Province under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10, 2. to study the results of the development of innovative thinking skills in secondary schools in Phetchaburi Province under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10. The findings are 1) establishing of a STEM network for the development of innovative thinking skills in secondary schools in Phetchaburi Province Under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10, consistis of 5 network schools, namely Yothin Burana Phetchaburi School, Huai Sai Prachasan School, Nong Chum Saeng Witthaya School, Bang Chan Witthaya School and Don Yang Witthaya School The style of communication is a whell network, 2. the overall result of the development of innovative thinking skills is at a high level (x= 4.47).</p> 2020-06-23T15:42:56+07:00 Copyright (c) 2020 The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/241078 Model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) in PrachuapKhiri Khan Province 2021-09-27T15:37:25+07:00 ศุภณัฏฐ์ ทรัพย์นาวิน bbee_kong09@hotmail.com <p>The study on model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province was a qualitative research aiming to: 1) study the current conditions of the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon), 2) study and synthesize the model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, and 3) propose a model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The data were collected by means of document analysis, observation, individual interview, and group interview with key informants and beanalyzed by using content analysis and synthesis, then, summarized into narrative and descriptive forms according to the research objectives.</p> <p>The research results 1) According to the study of the current conditions of the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon), it was found that the number of tourists visiting and buying products sold in the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) were lower than before even on Saturday morning with a flea market because there were no new products and activities able to attract tourists. Wild orchids from the Union of Myanmar, which used to be a popular product, were banned from being sold. The "Bae Ka Din" or “on the ground” market was gone. The buildings had been constructed for selling the products instead. Groups or organizations related to Thai-Myanmar trade development tended to focus more on international trade than trade in the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) due to restrictions on the location of Dan Singkhon market, which was on the lands under Agricultural Land Reform Office and the Department of Forestry which were difficult to develop because of obstruction in the law on land use objectives. There was also an international security issue,causing the governing agencies to control the area instead of the sub-district administrative organization.2) From the study and synthesis of the model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon), it was found that the public and the private sectors cooperate in the management of the market. The Thai-Myanmar border (Dan Singkhon) &nbsp;in the form of a leader-follower relationship, with public agencies leading on the policy setting, planning, structuring, and determining the cooperation framework, whereas the private sector followed in practice. Most of them were about the development of logistics and the infrastructure which facilitated the trade and the private sector cooperated in the investment and selling products. 3) The proper model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) was that the government should still be a leader and the people should be a follower, by establishing an organization or group with commitees consisting of public and private sectors involved in the trade of goods to specifically manage the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon). And, there should be a cooperation in the form of 4C's (Cooperation, Collaboration, Coordination, and Communication) for developing the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) to become a tourist destination by creating attractions, amenities, activities (for tourists to participate), accessibility, accommodations, and ancillary services.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2021-09-04T20:06:32+07:00 Copyright (c) 2021 The Golden Teak : Humanity and Social Science Journal https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254683 Curriculum and Instructional Differentiation for Meaningful Learning : Meeting Learners’ Needs and those of the Society 2021-09-27T12:48:21+07:00 Henry Yuh Anchunda golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>Curriculum and instructional differentiation are unavoidable issues in education. It responds to students’ needs and interests by organizing learning activities based on students’ strengths and ability. The purpose of teaching and learning is to enable the learners to understand the concepts and subject matter as well as develop specifically required skills based on learners’ needs. Effective analysis and understanding of learners’ needs, learning styles, backgrounds, interests, cultures and experiences will help instructors in planning and differentiating curriculum and instruction taking into consideration learners’ needs, interests, and abilities. Differentiating content, learning process, product or learning outcomes, learning environments and assessments will respond to both learners’ and societal needs. Differentiating instruction and based on learners’ needs, interest and ability and style enhances effective participation of learners.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254688 A Guideline of Making Isan Long-Drums by Using a Technique of Merging Woods Instead of the Pieces of Wood 2021-09-27T13:11:48+07:00 Sayam Chuangprakhon golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Weerayut Seekhunlio golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of the study were 1) to develop a guideline of making Isan Long-drums by using a technique of merging woods instead of the pieces of wood, and 2) to produce Isan long-drums by using a technique of merging woods. The researchers studied from the documents and the field and then analyzed to develop ways as the progresses; 1. There were 2 components, the results were found that producing drums in type 2 were difficult and expensive. Therefore, there was a new development by the components of drums divided into 3 parts which adapted into pieces and saw in degrees 14 each. After that the researchers designed the prototype to saw the wood into pieces and not have to use the expensive instruments and machines. Then, bringing those woods to glue with latex in order to match with those 3 parts of the drums and turn the surface beautifully. 2. Producing Isan long-drums by using a technique of merging woods, the drums were assessed through 7 experts including 3 lecturers who teaching local music, 2 heads of long-drums bands, and 2 drums-makers. Their attitudes shown that the quality of sound and the durability were not differ from a piece of wood and it was valuably. In summary, producing drums by using technique of merging woods was value than using a piece of wood and not have to use the big logs. Besides that, lumber could be used to make Isan drums too.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254696 The Budget Management of Local Administration Organizations in Northern Region 2021-09-27T13:18:17+07:00 Wirasak Somyana golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Kamolthip Kamchai golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research has the aims as to study the problems, the threats and the potential of the budget management in line with self-sufficiency economy of local administration organizations. This study will submit to be the organization’s budget management strategy. The result had found that most of them have to rely on the government income and pay on high current expenditure. As their low potential in income collection cause their low allocate expenses or low in public services. The operation problems had found that there were not clearly, approve slowly and unclear understanding. The potential of the budget management in input, process and output had efficiency budget plan, sufficient budget in resources management and to be continue in the future. The budget management emphasized on good government, transparency, accountability and high advantage in the level of the self-sufficiency economy network (sustainable organization) and understanding (happiness organization). They have 7 good budget management principles as 1) reasonable creating, advantage targeting and public happiness 2) creating conscious mind in corruption resistance 3) Using the efficiency communication and technology, saving, break even, appropriate for both man and work 4) Creating the values in work with perseverance, honesty, accept the other opinions 5) Developing the human resource to have knowledge and always creating their self-sufficiency economy 6) Creating the community and organization participations in both work process and output 7) Having the investigate and control systems by using public participation.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254698 Model of Public and Private Cooperation in Finding Ways to Develop the Thai-Myanmar Border Trading Market (Dan Singkhon) in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province 2021-09-27T13:38:20+07:00 Supanut Subnawin golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Mayuree Watkaew golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Pom Kimwangtago golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Ketsarin Kongmian golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The study on model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province was a qualitative research aiming to: 1) study the current conditions of the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon), 2) study and synthesize the model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, and 3) propose a model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The data were collected by means of document analysis, observation, individual interview, and group interview with key informants and beanalyzed by using content analysis and synthesis, then, summarized into narrative and descriptive forms according to the research objectives. The research results 1) According to the study of the current conditions of the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon), it was found that the number of tourists visiting and buying products sold in the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) were lower than before even on Saturday morning with a flea market because there were no new products and activities able to attract tourists. Wild orchids from the Union of Myanmar, which used to be a popular product, were banned from being sold. The "Bae Ka Din" or “on the ground” market was gone. The buildings had been constructed for selling the products instead. Groups or organizations related to Thai-Myanmar trade development tended to focus more on international trade than trade in the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) due to restrictions on the location of Dan Singkhon market, which was on the lands under Agricultural Land Reform Office and the Department of Forestry which were difficult to develop because of obstruction in the law on land use objectives. There was also an international security issue, causing the governing agencies to control the area instead of the sub-district administrative organization. 2) From the study and synthesis of the model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon), it was found that the public and the private sectors cooperate in the management of the market. The Thai-Myanmar border (Dan Singkhon) in the form of a leader-follower relationship, with public agencies leading on the policy setting, planning, structuring, and determining the cooperation framework, whereas the private sector followed in practice. Most of them were about the development of logistics and the infrastructure which facilitated the trade and the private sector cooperated in the investment and selling products. 3) The proper model of public and private cooperation in finding ways to develop the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) was that the government should still be a leader and the people should be a follower, by establishing an organization or group with commitees consisting of public and private sectors involved in the trade of goods to specifically manage the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon). And, there should be a cooperation in the form of 4C's (Cooperation, Collaboration, Coordination, and Communication) for developing the Thai-Myanmar border trading market (Dan Singkhon) to become a tourist destination by creating attractions, amenities, activities (for tourists to participate), accessibility, accommodations, and ancillary services.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254699 Mixed Media Painting Inspired by Phetchabun Province’s Motto 2021-09-27T13:53:12+07:00 Kwanjira Jieansakul golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This current research aims to exhibit a creative production of mixed media paintings, which convey Phetchabun Province’s motto stated “Sweet Tamarind City, Nam Nao National Park, Si Thep Old City, Khao Kho Commemoration, King Pha Mueang City”. The researcher interpreted and generated the motto into a form of mixed media painting, basing on the own unique and aesthetic experiences. It involves knowledge construction on techniques and methodologies in creating the mixed media paintings. Regarding documentary analysis and field data collection, it resulted to the creative artworks where Phetchabun Province identities were depicted. Drawing from the motto, it illustrates how artistic natural resources are as well as tourist attractions and worth historical places of Phetchabun. Consequently, 6 techniques in mixed media, 11 mixed media paintings were finalized.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254700 A Study of Information Needs and Use of the Students at Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts, Bunditpatanasilpa Institute 2021-09-27T14:09:10+07:00 Pimpornlapas Laksanawichian golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this research were to 1) study the need and used of information 2) study the problems of searching and using information of students of Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts Bunditpattanasilpa Institute. Sampling group used in the study are under graduate level students of Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts Bunditpattanasilpa Institute by using Questionnaires as the instruments in data gatherings, Analysis statistics were frequency, percentage, mean standard deviation, &nbsp;t-test, F-test, One-way ANOVA and Scheffe’s Test. Result of the research finds that &nbsp;&nbsp;1) students of Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts Bunditpattanasilpa Institute mainly are of female sex (77.7%) of first year class currently studying in the Faculty of Art Education 2) Behaviors on the seeking and using of information of Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts Bunditpattanasilpa Institute students, in the overall , are rated in high level. Whereon the factors of the 4 areas, it is found that the area in which all students have accounted for the use of the information in high level is the area on the objective on the use of information with second down the line being the area on the nature of information, the methodology in seeking information and the source of information, respectively 3) Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts Bunditpattanasilpa Institute students have had the problems on the seeking and using of the information, in the overall, in medium level. The 3 problem areas found were the problem with the information source within the Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts which is rated in high level where on the problem found at the information source outside the Sukhothai College of Dramatic Arts and personal problem, the students &nbsp;had the problem in medium level 4) Hypothetical Test: 4.1) Students needs and uses of information categorized by gender, year, and program of study were different 4.2) Problems in searching and using information of students classified by year. And the study subjects were different, while the problems in searching and using information of students were classified by gender were not different.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254701 Accounting Formats for Environmental Management of Sugar Mills in Kamphaeng Phet Province 2021-09-27T14:38:48+07:00 Nonglak Jiwju golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The study of Accounting Formats for environmental management of sugar mills in Kamphaeng Phet province aimed to study the effect management methods and to generate the Accounting Formats for environmental management of sugar mills in Kamphaeng Phet Province. The sample groups consisted of the people who settled close to the sugar mill in the distance of 5 kilometers for three villages, 20 people of each, amount to 60 people, and the board managers of sugar mills, accountant, and environmental staff of sugar mills, for three mills, 5 people of each, amount to 15 people through these instruments; interview form, focus group discussion, observation form, analysis form, and fieldwork. The findings shown that the effects were; air pollution from dust and toxic fume, noise pollution from running the machines, and odor pollution from sewage and bagasse. The management methods to prevent from the air pollution was a dust removal system known as Wet Scrubber, and dust checking and measurement. In addition, there were a high netting installation, the cost of planting the trees as a fence around the mills, watering bagasse as well as lower a pile of a bagasse to prevent from dust spread. Meanwhile, the traffic problems caused by sugarcane transportation have been applied to safety action on overloading, safety first and legality. Moreover, there was a protection of the debris sugar-cane falling on the road during transportation. Also, the debris of dust, dirt, stone, and mud on the road were cleaned by sweeping and watering. In addition, toxic fume from the mills will be cracked before going outside. Additionally, water pollution was prevented by providing a wastewater pond to treat them with an Oxygen filler as well as checking and analyze them before discharge. In addition, to prevent odor pollution, employees must put on a mask. The wastewater management was treated by adding Coagulant Aid (CoA) and Calcium oxide (CaO) in the wastewater pond to prevent the water spoilage and foul odor. Furthermore, to prevent noise pollution, employees must put the noise protection device while they are working a noisy laboratory as well as use the machine cover cards to reduce the rate of noise from the machine. Additionally, Accounting Formats for environmental management of Sugar Mills in Kamphaeng Phet Province, a researcher has been chosen the concept from the Ministry of Environment of Japan to adapt to the sugar mills. There consisted of six cost, namely; 1) Business Area Costs, 2) Upstream/Downstream, 3) Administration Cost, 4) Research and Development Cost, 5) Social Activity Cost, 6) Environmental Remediation Cost, 7) Other Costs. This is imputable to the sugar mills in Kamphaeng Phet will be used as a report on environmental costs for the acknowledgement of the outsiders as well as to make a good image for the organization and to handle environmental problems appropriately.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254704 Learning Management by using e-Learning in Fundamental Mathematics Course for Undergraduate Students 2021-09-27T14:49:29+07:00 Uraiwan Pantachord golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Yupadee Panarach golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aims to compare mathematical learning ability with criterion, to study self-directed learning, and satisfaction after using e-Learning in Fundamental Mathematics course. The sample were 28 first-year students from Mathematics Program random by cluster random sampling. The instruments consist of online lessons created from the KPRU LMS e-Learning, mathematical learning ability test, the questionnaire about self-directed learning, and satisfaction. Data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and t-test one sample. The result found that, 1) the first-year students had mathematical learning ability after using e-Learning in Fundamental Mathematics course was higher than the criterion of 70 percent with statistical significance at the level of .05. 2) The first-year students had self-directed learning overall at high level, when consider each item found that they can allocate time for study or work very well in highest average, then they were confident that there can learn new things by themselves, and they enthusiastic in study respectively. 3) The first-year students had satisfaction toward learning management by using e-Learning at high level, when consider each item found that they satisfied of the layout the text in highest average, then the screen design with appropriate color, the easiness to use menu, to read, and see of all content respectively.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254705 The Effects of Cognitively Guided Instruction Learning Activities with Advancing Children’s Mathematical Thinking on Mathematical Problem Solving and Connection Abilities of Mathayomsuksa VI Students 2021-09-27T15:00:12+07:00 Chayanon Chaiyarak golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Apunchanit Jenjit golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Vetcharit Angganapattarakajorn golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research were: to compare the mathematical problems solving and mathematical connection ability of students after learning activities management using cognitively guided instruction learning activities with advancing children’s mathematical thinking with a 70 percent criterion. The sample were selected by cluster random sampling technique. They were 41 Mathayomsuksa VI students at BanbungManoon Wittayakarn School. The research instruments used in this research were: 1. ten lesson plans with cognitively guided instruction learning activities with advancing children’s mathematical thinking with suitability of 4.78. 2. Mathematical problem solving and connection ability test with reliability of 0.89. The data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation, and t-test for one sample. Research results were; The mathematical problem solving and mathematical connection ability of Mathayomsuksa VI students after learning activities management using cognitively guided instruction learning activities with advancing children’s mathematical thinking waere significantly higher than criterion of 70 percent at the .05 level.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254706 Application of Corporate Governance Implementation in Accounting Practice : A Case Study of Agriculture Cooperative in Uttaradit Province 2021-09-27T15:07:43+07:00 Dujdao Rungchet golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Chanida Yarana golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this research were&nbsp; (1) to study the current accounting practice of agricultural cooperatives in Uttaradit Province (2) to study the problems and obstacles in current accounting practice of agricultural cooperatives in Uttaradit Province (3) to analyze&nbsp; the application good governance principles in accounting practice of agricultural cooperatives in Uttaradit Province and (4) to study guidelines for accounting practice with regard to good governance principles of agricultural cooperatives in Uttaradit Province. The population of this study was agricultural cooperative administrators and accountants of 74 agricultural cooperatives offices in Uttaradit Province.It has a total population of 109 people, divided into 35 agricultural cooperative administrators, 74 of which were responsible for bookkeeping. The Samples were 12 participants. The data collecting by comprising in-depth interview and focus group techniques. The results of the research revealed that 1) the condition of bookkeeping in the past was complicated and easy to be errors. At the present most cooperatives apply software to record accounts transactions. As a result, the computer system facilitates accounting, therefore, convenience for users. 2) There were two issues regarding accounting which were personnel issues and internal control of cooperatives, and problems of non-compliance practice. 3) With regard to an application of good governance principles, it is revealed that agricultural cooperative administrators and staff who are responsible for accounting understood the concepts of good governances. They could apply corporate governance in management and personnel administrations, including accounting. 4) Regarding guidelines for the development of accounting in the cooperation all parties in the cooperative should be encouraged to conduct good governance in order to have more efficient management.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254707 Drug Problem Presenting Method Aspect Through Characters in Novel Series “Rak Hom Fah” 2021-09-27T15:15:04+07:00 Pornpan Onto golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Watanachai Monying golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Saiyud Buathum golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>This research aims to analyse drug problem presenting method aspect through characters in “Rak Hom Fah” novel series which consists of 5 novels; Phra Jun Klang Jai, Tai Saeng Dara, Fah Lom Sai, Plai Saeng Daw and Plaw Weha. The novels were analysed using main characters, Nemesis characters and supporting characters by focusing on the characters those present drug problem in the novels. The research found that 1. Drug problem presenting method aspect through main characters present former drug dealer and convict who has reformed himself aspect by reflecting cause of dealing drug and following issues of it which is being disgusted by society, The novels also presents aspect of surrounding people whom were effected by those involved with drug which reflect the consequences to family members of drug dealers, Ambassador aspect by reflecting the solution to solve drug problem, police aspect by reflecting risk of handling with drug problem, And attorney aspect by reflecting solution to solve drug problem by justice. 2. Drug problem presenting method aspect through nemesis characters present drug users aspect by reflecting cause of using drug in teenager and harm of drug, drug dealers aspect by showing that dealing drug is a threat to society and a obstacle to country, and drug producer aspect by reflecting that more dealing and producing cause problems such as family problem criminal problem or even degenerate society and country. 3. Drug problem presenting method aspect through supporting characters presents drug users aspect by reflecting cause of using drug which is persuaded, deceived by other drug user, drug dealing aspect by reflecting cause of dealing drug which is greedy and police, solider aspect by reflecting the difficulty and co-operation of dealing with drug.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254708 Mattayom Suksa I Students’ Mathematics Achievement on Integers and Integer Calculation Abilities through the STAD Cooperative Learning and Traditional Instruction 2021-09-27T15:20:25+07:00 Nongluck Jumueang golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research were 1) to study the achievement pre and post between cooperative group by STAD technique and normal method. 2) to study the abilities to calculate pre and post between cooperative group by STAD technique, and normal method. 3) to compare the achievement of calculation abilities received between cooperative group by STAD and normal method. The sample was grade 7<sup>th</sup>, was acquired by Cluster Random Sampling by classroom. research instruments were 1) learning management outline. 2) Learning assessment test 3) Statistics calculation abilities test for data analysis were included mean, standard deviation t-test independent test statistics. The results of the research revealed that 1) Academic achievement. It was found that the students post - cooperative learning in STAD technique had higher than pre - learning and the normal method with statistical significance at the level of .05 2) The abilities to calculate of that students post - learning management on cooperation of the STAD technique was higher than the normal method with statistical significance at the level of .05 3) The sample group had learning achievement in mathematics subject on lesson of Integer the ability to calculate post - studying is significantly higher than the control group at the .05 level.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254709 Strategies of network management for vocational skills development of schools in Secondary Education Service Area Office 10 2021-09-27T15:26:13+07:00 Tanapat Sukanan golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Apichat Lenanan golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this research is to study 1. the network management strategies for developing professional skills of the students under the Office of Secondary Educational Service Area 10, 2. The result of vocational skills development of the students under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10. The findings are 1) the network management strategies to develop students' professional skills consist of 4 strategies, namely planning strategies, network strategy, participation strategy and integration strategies, 2) results of vocational skills development of students show that the basic skills consist of 5 skills, namely flexibility, adaptation, responsibility, the potential to create quality work, and the considerations of work ethics 3) the result of vocational skills development of students in educational institutions that provide joint study in vocational and upper secondary education (Bis Education) under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10 analysed by the student's professional skills assessment shows that the occupation skills are at a high level (<img title="\bar{x}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?\bar{x}"> = 4.42).</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254710 Creating a Stem Network of Educational Management (STEM) to Develop Innovative Thinking Skills in Secondary Schools in Phetchaburi Province Under the Office of Secondary Educational Service Areas, Area 10 2021-09-27T15:31:37+07:00 Phloenchit Kittiyongwiwat golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Apichat Lenanan golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this research is 1. to study the effect of the Stem Education Management Network (STEM) in secondary schools in Phetchaburi Province under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10, 2. to study the results of the development of innovative thinking skills in secondary schools in Phetchaburi Province under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10. The findings are 1) establishing of a STEM network for the development of innovative thinking skills in secondary schools in Phetchaburi Province Under the Office of Secondary Education Service Area 10, consistis of 5 network schools, namely Yothinburana Phetchaburi School, Huaisai prachasan School, Nongchumsaengwitthaya School, Bangchanwitthaya School and Don yangwitthaya School The style of communication is a whell network, 2. the overall result of the development of innovative thinking skills is at a high level (<img title="\bar{x}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?\bar{x}">= 4.47), By interviewing the administrators, teachers, and students from network member schools, it shows that organizing STEM activities leads the innovative thinking skills to a high level.</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tgt/article/view/254711 Relationship Between Personal Leadership Characteristics and Instructional Leadership of the School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 2021-09-27T15:36:59+07:00 Kosin Sungkudklang golden.teak.journal@gmail.com Ruangvitayavut Ruangvitayavut golden.teak.journal@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this study were 1) to study the Personal Leadership Characteristics of the</p> <p>School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. 2) to study</p> <p>Instructional Leadership of the School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. and 3) to find out the Relationship Between Personal Leadership Characteristics and Instructional Leadership of the School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. The sample was selected from 302 teachers study Instructional Leadership of the School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. By using the Crazy and Morgan tables The research instruments were a &nbsp;5 level rating scale by frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation. The results of the study were as follows: 1) The Personal Leadership Characteristics of the School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. The overall image and the aspect are at a high level in all aspects. By sorting out the highest mean to the lowest mean which are the Laissez- Faire Leaders, Democratic Leaders and Autocratic Leaders. 2) Instructional Leadership of the School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. The overall image and the aspect are at a high level in all aspects. By sorting out the highest mean to the lowest mean which are determine the mission of the school, In teaching supervision and in promoting academic atmosphere, curriculum management and teaching. and 3) The find out the Relationship Between Personal Leadership Characteristics and Instructional Leadership of the School Administrators Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. In overall image had a high level of positive relationship with statistical significance at the level of .01</p> 2021-09-27T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c)