DEVELOPMENT OF CURRICURUM MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES DATABANK FOR BASIC EDUCATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL AREA OFFICE
This research aimed to develop curriculum management activities databank for basic education of the educational area in 3 steps; 1) Data preparation by analyzing the selected data from the website of 4 states of the United States America, and 1 state of Canada, then create a table to record and collect data from 9 activities databank to synthesize comparative data and draft the treasury activities, 2) Assessment of the appropriateness by selecting 4 target groups who are practitioners in the ministry of education, educational service area offices, and 2 related institutions, in total of 12 people. a suitability assessment form of agree, disagree, possible and impossible choices was created. In case of disagreement and impossible choice, give reasons which has already been approved by the board. Data collection and data analysis by using basic statistics such as frequency and percentage values and open-ended text with the classification of reasoning together with the meaning analysis is conducted, and 3) Improving of the recommendations is used to complete the activities.
The results can be found through the overall is appropriately 75.00% and the result of the development of activity databanks for managing basic education curriculum of the educational service area office, the completed version that is consistent with Thai context according to the government division within the educational service area office 2017, found that there are a total of 6 activity databanks, 58 sub-activities.
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