A Model of Participatory Academic Affairs Management based on Buddhadhamma of Phrapariyattidhamma Schools, General Education Division

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Phramaha Wasuthep N̅anamedhi (Namphu) et al.


The purposes of this research article were 1) to study the condition of participatory academic management, 2) to develop a model and to propose a participatory academic management model according to the Buddhist principles of Phrapariyattidhamma School, General Education Division. Mixed methods research was designed. There were 3 research steps: Step 1: Study the state of academic administration with participation. Use the sample questionnaire with 335 teachers. The data was analyzed by statistics, namely percentage, mean and standard deviation. Step 2 Develop the model by interviewing 14 key informants, and step 3, propose a participatory academic management model by collecting with a focus group discussion of 9 experts. The study found that  1) Academic management with participation in overall was at a high level in all 5 areas: the development of the quality assurance system within educational institutions, academic planning educational supervision, Teaching and learning management, and evaluation of learning outcomes in educational institutions, and research to improve the quality of education in educational institutions.  2) Model development, it is the introduction of Buddhist principles, namely, Sappurisatham VII, Sutta III, Four Noble Truths, Brahmavihara Dhammas IV and Iddhipada Dhamma, to integrate with the 5 aspects of participatory academic management. 3) A participatory academic work management model according to Buddhist principles of Phrapariyattidhamma School, general education division consisted of 1) principles, 2) objectives, 3) administrative processes, 4) evaluation. It is appropriate to apply for the participatory academic management of Phrapariyattidhamma School, General Education Division. Body of knowledge from this research can be summarized as ADEBE MODEL.

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