Essential Needs for Developing Digital Citizenship of Teachers Secondary Schools under Bangkok Metropolis

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Orasa Pumswad
Songyod Kaewmongkol
Patchara Dechome


This research aimed to study the actual situation, expected conditions, and the necessary needs for developing digital citizenship among secondary school teachers in the Bangkok Metropolis. The sample group used in the research included educational institution administrators and teachers of schools that offer teaching at secondary school level 1-6 in 10 schools under Bangkok, for a total of 303 people. The research instrument was a questionnaire. Statistics used in data analysis included percentages, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, and Modified Priority Needs Index (PNImodified).

The results of the research found that 1) the actual conditions of digital citizenship of secondary school teachers under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. The overall level was at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 3.90), with the aspect with the lowest average being respect for the law and the rights of oneself and others (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 3.71). 2) Expected conditions of digital citizenship for secondary school teachers. Under Bangkok, the overall picture is at the highest level (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.71), with the aspect with the highest average being digital commerce transactions (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.80). 3) Modified Priority Needs Index: PNImodified of digital citizenship development of secondary school teachers under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration is between 0.14–0.29. Overall, the needs are at a moderate level (PNImodified = 0.21). In terms of respect for the law and the rights of oneself and others (PNImodified = 0.29), there are necessary needs at a high level.

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Pumswad, O., Kaewmongkol, S., & Dechome, P. (2023). Essential Needs for Developing Digital Citizenship of Teachers Secondary Schools under Bangkok Metropolis. Journal of Arts Management, 7(4), 1706–1724. Retrieved from
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