ปัจจัยที่ส่งผลต่อความสำเร็จของการสร้างเครือข่ายการจัดการศึกษาโรงเรียนผู้สูงอายุ

Authors

รศ.ดร.วีระวัฒน์ ปันนิตามัย, นายรัชนิกร อินทเชื้อ

Published

วารสาร มจร สังคมศาสตร์ปริทัศน์

Abstract

Entering the aging society requires Thailand to well prepare in several aspects. The objective of this study is to examine the managerial factors affecting how the success of the educational network of the elderly school. The study used quantitative research approach. The sample of this research was a number of 228 personals who work in elderly schools. The tools used in the research are questionnaires that are related to policy and strategy factor, collaboration between organizations factor, management process factors , leadership factors , local political factors and the success of the educational networking of the elderly schools. Statistics used in data analysis are correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis. Data analyses revealed that all five independent variables exhibited statistically significant ( at 0.05) on the success of educational networking for the elderly schools. The beta values are respectively and follows: leadership ( .274 ), management processes ( .230), collaboration between organizations ( .178), policy and strategy ( .156) and local politics ( .144) Suggestions from this study would be that leadership factors and management process factors are important to affecting educational networking for the elderly school. This study found that leadership factors must be focus on job-related matters that the leaders of the elderly school must be committed to high work standard, likely to take the new initiatives, creativity for development the elderly school. And focus on personality traits that leaders are open-minded, open to new experiences and work well with others. Management process factors should focus on planning and leading important to succeed in networking following by evaluation/controlling factors and organizing factors.

(2563). Predictors of Attitude towards Preparation for Quality Aging in Undergraduate Students . International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 2020(10), 396-404.