Journal of Social Sciences

Development Model to Improve the Quality of Academic Administration: A Case Study

Tawee Puengphai, Sakthai Surakitborworn and Wittaya Areerat

DOI : 10.3844/jssp.2012.13.15

Journal of Social Sciences

Volume 8, Issue 1

Pages 13-15

Abstract

Problem statement: Academic teaching and learning of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School were not consistent with the current change to allow students to learn in accordance with the educational reform. Students could not be developed to their full potential. Most teaching methods still revolved around the teachers and lacked the learning encouragement of students with a variety of methods. Purpose: (1) to study the problems and the need to create and develop a model to improve the quality of academic administration of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School, Roi Et Educational Service Area Office (3, 2) to create and develop a model to improve the quality of academic administration of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School, Roi Et Educational Service Area Office 3, (3) to try and evaluate the model to improve the quality of academic administration of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School, Roi Et Educational Service Area Office 3 and 4) to evaluate the satisfaction of the model to improve the quality of academic administration of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School, Roi Et Educational Service Area Office 3 by school administrators, teachers, students and school board of directors. Approach: Qualitative research methodology used was an operational research according to the concept of McTaggart (1988). Data was collected using questionnaires and the minutes of conference from a group of 30 people. Data verification was done by a triangular technique. The result was presented by a descriptive analysis. Results: (1) For the study of current academic administration status of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School, Roi Et Educational Service Area Office 3, the result of the analysis of the opinions on academic administration in practice of 30 school administrators, teachers, students and school directors was “moderate”, (2) To create and develop a model in which the implementation begins with the analysis of relevant factors, supporting school’s policy and context, problem of requirement and concepts, theories and research related documents in order to determine a strategic development according to the quality development process of demming (PDCA) to assess quality of a school. The audit by experts found that the model is appropriate for implementation with a high score, 3) A comparison of the development of academic achievement of students in Primary School Level 3 (NT) and Level 6 (O-NET) between academic year 2551 and 2552 found that the achievement was higher. (4) For the satisfaction of relevant parties regarding the model to improve the quality of academic administration of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School, it was found that school administrators, teachers, board of directors and student have a high level satisfaction. Conclusion: The development model to improve the quality of academic administration: A case study of Ban Nongkham Borkaeowittaya School can improve students effectively and every relevant party is satisfied.

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© 2012 Tawee Puengphai, Sakthai Surakitborworn and Wittaya Areerat. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.