A Model of Buddhist Participatory Education Management of Charity Schools in Buddhist Temples

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Phramaha Siyos Siriyaso (Chaleepriam) et al.


The purpose of this research was to propose a model of Buddhist participatory education management of charity school in Buddhist temples. The research design was mixed methods research and three steps of research was divided. Step 1: Study the condition of participatory education management. Questionnaires was used for 400 administrators and teachers, data were analyzed by descriptive statistics which were frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. Step 2 Develop the model by interview 10 key informants, and Step 3 proposing the model by conducting focus group discussion with 9 experts, data were analyzed using content analysis. Results showed that Buddhist participatory education management of charity schools in Buddhist temples was the implementation of the principles of education administration in a participatory manner with Buddhist principles such as Sangkhahavatthu IV such as giving polite speech and services. Consistency, the model has four main components consisted of principles, objectives, administrative processes, and evaluation. It was appropriate and feasibility to apply in the educational administration of the temple charity school in Buddhism

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