Strategy for the Development of Participatory Classroom Management in Basic Schools under the Office of Secondary Educational Service Area 41

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Pairojn Yingkit
Soontree Dongtipya
Sunee Boonpitak


The objectives of this article were to 1) study the conditions, the problems, and the factors related to participatory classroom management; 2) develop a strategy for the development of participatory classroom management; and 3) assess strategies for developing participatory classroom management. This research was research and development. The tools used for data collection were questionnaires, interview forms, and workshops. Expert-Based Seminars, and a strategy assessment form. The statistics used in the analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, and content analysis.

The results showed that: 1) On the condition of participatory classroom management, it was found that the committee is involved in planning the operation by establishing a working group. On the problem side, it was found that Incomplete attendees The presentation of planning ideas is not comprehensive. Regarding the related factors, it was found that the personnel had knowledge and ability to participate in the activities. 2) Strategies for developing participatory classroom management in basic education institutions consist of: (1) enhancing the capacity of administrators, teachers, and school committees; (2) improving system efficiency. Participant classroom management (3) Enhance the network of cooperation in classroom management (4) Improve the atmosphere and environment (5) Develop a participatory teaching-learning management system (6) Lift A level of sustaining participative positive discipline for learners. personality development behavior and follow the rules or regulations. 3) The results of the strategy evaluation found that they were consistent, appropriate, feasible. and usefulness at a high level.

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Yingkit, P., Dongtipya, S., & Boonpitak, S. (2022). Strategy for the Development of Participatory Classroom Management in Basic Schools under the Office of Secondary Educational Service Area 41. Journal of Arts Management, 6(3), 1032–1047. Retrieved from
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