Multilevel Confirmatory factor analysisof Self-management ability Model of all Students in Grade 2 in Yasothon provinces and Srisaket provinces : Multiple Group Analysis

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สุรีรัตน์ แก้วคำใส
ทรงศักดิ์ ภูสีอ่อน
อรัญ ซุยกระเดื่อง

Abstract

Self-management ability their students are important and necessary for
individuals to be used in the development of life and learning, working effectively and
are happy to help a person become a complete person. The purposes of this study
were 1) to develop and validateof Self-Management Abilityfactor Model of all student
in Grade 2 School in Yasothon province and Srisaketprovinces with empirical data.
2) to examine the invariance of self-management ability factor model of all student in
Grade 2 according to sex , size of school ,and school group.
The sample consisted of 2,840 Mathayomsueksa (grade) 2 students in 70
public schools in Yasothon provinces and Srisaket provinces in the second semester of
the academic year 2011,with 1,190 of males and 1,650 of females, obtained using the
Multi stage Random Sampling technique. The instruments used in the study was selfmanagement ability questionnaire with 5-rating scale and its reliability value of .917
Multilevel Confirmatory Factor Analysis (MCFA) and Multiple Group Analysis. Major
findings were summarized as follows:
1. The develop and validateof Self-Management Abilityfactor Model of all
student in Grade 2 School in Yasothon province and Srisaket provinces was fit with the
empirical data. χ 2 = 82.766, df =70, p-value =0.141, CFI = 0.997, TLI = 0.995, RMSEA =
0.008, SRMR Within = 0.009, SRMR Between = 0.096 และ คา χ 2 /df= 1.182. The set of
variable predicting at the students and classroom levels could explain variance of
within level 31.50, 58.40, 99.60 and 90.30 and the coefficient of determination between
level 71.20 ,75.10,95.60 and 99.90
2. the model was invariant in form but varying the parameters between
students to different groups of sex and size of school and school group.

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