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ItemA development of leadership model for middle administrators in Saint Gabriel Foundation Schools in Thailand(Assumption University, ) Dechachai Sripicharn ; Assumption University. Graduate School of EducationThis study aimed 1. To identify the most desirable leadership characteristics of Middle Administrators of Saint Gabriel Foundation schools in Thailand. 2. To explore the leadership characteristics of Middle Administrators of Saint Gabriel Foundation Schools in Thailand. 3. To develop a model to enhance leadership of Middle Administrators in Saint Gabriel Foundation Schools in Thailand. The qualitative and quantitative methods were applied during the study. Content analysis, questionnaire, and focus group were took place in order to find out and to identify the most desirable leadership characteristics and practices of administrators, explore the leadership characteristics and practices of administrators, develop the model to enhance leadership characteristics and practices of administrators of Saint Gabriel Foundation Schools in Thailand later on. The participants of the study were 1,180 teachers from 11 schools of Saint Gabriel Foundation in Thailand. The frequency, percentage and the modified (PNI) were used in the research processes to find out the priority needs. The findings of the study namely: 1) Courage; act or do something because it is right, correct, and necessary, even if it is difficult, unpopular, or distasteful to implement, informs others if they do something not appropriate or not right, tells others what he/she thinks not what they want to hear, identifies frustrating behaviors of others, and asks for advice when facing problems. 2) Creative; rethinking design, creating new value is perhaps the most important behavior for the long-term health of an organization, also builds an ideas of others, changes his/her ways of working, searches for new information, not using existing information, and has different ideas respectively. 3) Confidence; the ability to be certain about one’s competencies and skills. It includes a sense of self-esteem and self-assurance and the belief that one can make a difference. Leadership involves influencing others, and self- confidence allows the leader to feel assured that his or her attempts to influence others are appropriate and right., 4) Caring; notice what their people are doing, and not just what they're doing "right" or "wrong", understand how everything that each team member does relates to the team's mission, goals and standards for performance. It includes knowing strengths and weakness of others to help them develop or improve and gives consideration to others.
ItemThe relationship between teachers' organizational commitment and job satisfaction at no.2 basic education high school, Loikaw, Kayah State, MyanmarThe main purpose of this study was to identify the levels of teachers’ organizational commitment and job satisfaction and to determine the relationship between teachers’ organizational commitment and job satisfaction at No.2 Basic Education High School, Loikaw, Kayah State, Myanmar in the academic year 2015-2016. A total of fifty-nine (59) full-time teachers from No.2 Basic Education High School, Loikaw, Kayah State were surveyed for this study. The main resource of data was the questionnaire that investigated the teachers’ level of organizational commitment and job satisfaction. The collected data were analyzed by using the Mean, Standard Deviation, and Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient. The research found that the level of teachers’ organizational commitment was high in the school though the level of teachers’ job satisfaction was moderate. Meanwhile, the study found there was a moderate positive relationship between teachers’ organizational commitment and job satisfaction at No.2 Basic Education High School, Loikaw, Kayah State, Myanmar. To become more sustain school, administrators and leaders from No.2 Basic Education High School are recommended to innovation, develop and create more opportunity for all teachers to keep control teachers stability. Administrators and leaders are also recommended to provide personal growth program that emphasis on a vision of how to integrate technology in the school to build up teaching and learning. Leaders and administrators should arrange personal development training for their teachers in order to gain more skills to use effectively in the classroom. Teachers are recommended to establish a teacher’s group to regularly meet, open minded and be a good listener to accept others ideas. Teachers are recommended to share their ideas with others. This will help them to improve their personal growth. Teachers should pay more attention to student’s achievement by giving more help to students and let them learn effectively.