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    BEST LEADERSHIP PRACTICES FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EDUCATIONAL QUALITY ASSURANCE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN THAILAND 

    Hamad, Husni; Sangob Laksana (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)

    This study focused on the following objectives, to analyze the expected ideal leadership practices of school directors that lead to effectiveness of educational quality assurance in public schools; to identify the “best leadership practices” of school directors who achieved effectiveness of educational quality assurance in outstanding public schools in Thailand; to find the current leadership practices of the directors of the public schools in Thailand; and to develop and validate the “best leadership practices” for the effectiveness of educational ...
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    A DEVELOPMENT MODEL OF ADMINISTRATORS’ LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES FOR EFFECTIVE JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS 

    Suvatinee Salee-on; Sangob Laksana (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)

    The main purpose of this study was to develop the model of administrators’ leadership competencies for effective job performance in private higher education institutions. The five domains of Spencer & Spencer (1993) leadership competencies and the four domains of Thai Higher Education missions were used as theoretical framework for the study. This study was conducted with both quantitative and qualitative methods. The data was gathered from 351 lecturers from 7 private higher education institutions in Bangkok, Thailand. The questionnaire with 5 ...
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    The development of principal curriculum leadership capabilities model for secondary schools in Shanghai, China 

    Beibei, Chen; Sangob Laksana (Assumption University Press, 2016)

    The purpose of the study aimed to develop principal curriculum leadership capabilities model for secondary schools in Shanghai. Both qualitative content analysis and quantitative survey were employed by this study. From the findings, the highest curriculum leadership capabilities of principals of current practice and expectations are the same factor, namely, empathizing. Findings from the gap analysis showed that the priorities of improvement of curriculum leadership capabilities for principals listed by the ranking of: (1) knower and expertise, ...
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    Development of Total Quality Management model for management of international kindergartens in Bangkok 

    Aungsiya Krataytong; Sangob Laksana (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2015)

    The purpose of the study was to develop Total Quality Management model for utilizing the Total Quality Management in managing international kindergartens. The research methodology was a mixed method involving both quantitative and qualitative data collection from content analysis and survey from school administrators. The study investigated the preference of school administrator based on Total Quality Management theory for management of international kindergartens in Bangkok. The study attempted to answer the following questions. (1) what is ...
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    Internationalization of higher education: case studies of Thailand and Malaysia 

    Napaporn Armstrong; Sangob Laksana (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2016)

    Internationalization of Higher Education has grown considerably as a topic for several different reasons as for instance, a desire to promote mutual understanding, the migration of skilled workers in a globalized economy, the desire of institutions to generate additional revenues or the need to build a more educated work-force in the home countries which are generally emerging economies (OECD, 2004). Moreover the impact of ASEAN Communities which will be implemented at the end of 2015 supports the development of internationalization of higher ...
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    A strategic leadership model for teacher evaluation using walkthroughs for student engagement at international school in Thailand 

    McGrath, John; Sangob Laksana (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    This study used a multi-method approach to develop a model that changed the focus of teacher evaluation by using walkthroughs to guide teacher evaluation in order to increase student engagement utilizing a strategic leadership model. The objectives were (1) to explore the current practices in teacher evaluation, walkthroughs, and student engagement, (2) to determine the current practices of teacher evaluation, walkthroughs and student engagement at international schools in Thailand, (3) to develop the proposed strategic leadership model in ...
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    A STUDY OF JOB STRESS AND JOB SATISFACTION AMONG CHINESE VOLUNTEER TEACHERS IN THAILAND 

    Qingfang, Wei; Sangob Laksana (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)

    This study was aim to investigate the level of Job Stress and Job Satisfaction amongst Chinese volunteer teachers and to explore the relationship between the two and whether the teachers Job Stress effected their satisfaction with the job. The questionnaire survey method was used in this study. The target population for this study was the volunteer Chinese teachers who were working in Thailand from 2013-2014. There were 1,200 volunteers during this period; therefore, this number represented the population and use 291 teachers as the sample of ...