The Relationship between the Role of Administrators for Promoting the Use of Information Technology and the Use of Information Technology to Develop Students of Base Education School under the Office of Bueng Kan Primary Education Service Area

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ิรินทร์ทิพย์ ชาลีวรรณ์
สุทธิวรรณ ตันติรจนาวงศ์
สมถวิล วิจิตรวรรณา

Abstract

The purposes of this study were to 1) study the role of administrators for
promoting the use of information technology. 2) To study the state of using
information technology. 3) To study the relationship between the role of the
aspects of promoting the use of information technology. The sample conof 327
respondents are teachers on duty Academic Year 2556 under the jurisdiction of
the Office of Bungkan From a random stratified survey instrument used in this
research is on the role of administrators in promoting the use of information
technology. The estimated scale with reliability .91 And queries about the use of
information technology. The magnitude estimation with reliability .94 The statistics
used in data analysis. Is the frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation.
And Pearson correlation.
The results showed that 1) the role of administrators in promoting the
use of information technology in basic education. under the jurisdiction of the
Office of Bungkan Overall level When considering the following order. Information
technology staff development Promote the use of information technology Information
technology policy Information technology, budgeting, monitoring and evaluation of
the use of technology 2) the use of information technology to improve the learning of
basic education. under the jurisdiction of the Office of Bungkan. Overall level
Order as follows: The use of information technology for teaching and learning
activities. Information Technology And information technology and 3) the role of
managers in promoting the use of information technology with the use of
information technology to improve the learning of basic education. Are related to
positive aspects of significance at .01

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