Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk <p><strong>ISSN 2822-2085 </strong>(Online)<strong><br />ISSN 2539-6757</strong> (Print) </p> <p> Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus Its objective is to promote study and research. and to disseminate research articles and academic articles to researchers, academicians, faculty members, and graduate students in liberal arts. Buddhism, philosophy, applied studies, education, political science, public administration and interdisciplinary studies in the humanities and social sciences.</p> <p><strong>Release schedule (Journal published 4 issues/year)<br /></strong> Issue 1 January - March<br /> Issue 2 April - June<br /> Issue 3 July - September<br /> Issue 4 October - December</p> <p><strong>Peer Review Process <br /></strong> Every article must be reviewed by at least 2 expert experts, both experts and authors who do not know each other's names. (Double-Blind Review)</p> <p><strong>Types of articles<br /></strong> Research Article<br /> Academic Article<br /> Book review Article</p> en-US journalmcukk@gmail.com (พระราชพัฒนวัชรบัณฑิต, รศ.ดร.) anuthidaaoy2536@gmail.com (นางสาวอนุธิดา บุญตะวัน) Sat, 30 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 3.3.0.8 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 The Applied Political Philosophy of King Norodom Sihanouk https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/267412 <p>The research article on the applied political philosophy of King Norodom Sihanouk has the objective s: (1) to study the concept of the applied political philosophy of King Norodom Sihanouk (2) to find out the practice of the concept of politics of King Norodom Sihanouk (3) to analyze the concept and practice of King Norodom Sihanouk’s political philosophy in the Cambodian societal context during his leadership in the period of 50s and 70s. This study was conducted by documentary research. <br />The research results were as follows:<br />1) Knowing about the concept of the applied political philosophy of the leadership of King Norodom Sihanouk, in which his leadership is based on the concept of the political philosophy of Buddhism, and follows up in accordance with the ten virtues of a leader, and four sublime states. Furthermore, it is not only ten virtues that, the study has found that King Norodom Sihanouk uses two basic concepts of philosophy: a) according to the principles of Buddhism. b) it is combined with the Brahmanism <br />concept, including the ancient Khmer belief system such as Totemic belief, and supernatural forces as well as to support the way of the leadership of His Majesty King Norodom Sihanouk.</p> <p>2) This study reveals how King Norodom Sihanouk applied his political philosophy in the practical leadership approach and found that His Majesty King Norodom Sihanouk performed well until his common people praised him as a great King or so-called him the Righteous King or Dharmic Raja, which reflects that the practice of the ten duties of leader and the four sublime states, and this leading style can attractive of loving from the massive strongly support of the bottom of felt hearted people around the nation.</p> <p>3) This study gained new knowledge from the applied political philosophy of King Norodom Sihanouk in the current social context, especially how to apply and reconcile in order for national harmony. Although respecting the neutral policy and non-aligned movement of King Norodom Sihanouk, if look at the practical knowledge from King Norodom Sihanouk, that is, flexibility in the geopolitical situation of the region and the globe is very significant mechanism to avoid the Kingdom of Cambodia from the geopolitical challenges, so the Buddhist thought was a central concept of his applied political philosophy.</p> Samphose Prak, Jaras Leeka, Ratanak Keo, PhraSombat Sukprasert Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/267412 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 The Model in Public Health Mission of Sub-District Health Promoting Hospitals After Transferring to the Provincial Administrative Organization https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266749 <p> The purpose of this research was to study the structure, readiness of mission transferring, management of public health care system, confidence of public health personnel in transferring missions of sub-district health promoting hospitals (SHPH) to provincial administrative organization (PAO).This research was conducted under the qualitative research methodology.Data were collected through in-depth interview and focus group discussion with a purposive group of key informants, including with chief executivesof local administrative organizations at all levels,which transferred, sub-district health promoting hospitals, directors of the Public Health Division in Provincial Administrative Organization, directors of sub-district health promoting hospitals, Head of Chalermprakiat Health Center, District Public Health (DPH), Provincial Public Health Doctor or the provincial public health deputy doctor, public health officers working in sub-district health promoting hospitals with total of 25 in 6 provinces, namely Sing Buri, Saraburi, Nong Bua Lamphu, Nakhon Ratchasima, Si Sa Ket and Prachin Buri. Data was collected during April-September 2023 and analyzed by interpretation, created <br />conclusions and content analysis. <br />The research results showed that all Provincial Administrative Organizations lack the readiness to adjust the structure to support the transfer, but the sub-district health promoting hospitals level can adjust the work system to support it well. Performance of the sub-district health promoting hospitals are independent, agile, fast, and has accessed to more community problems. There are resources including budget, materials, equipment, medicines, medical supplies, as well as the development of buildings leading to more flexible operations. The health care mission remains unchanged. There are considerations to obtain indicators that are appropriate and more reflective to the problems of the area and able to work with network partners as usual. Most of the problems encountered were budget allocations or revenues transferred from the National Health Security Office (NHSO) of the host hospitals to the sub-district health promoting hospitals or some items had been not paid. In the advancement of personnel in Provincial Administrative Organizations that accept the transfers have consistently promoted to higher levels of expertise for their personnel. Suggestions are the rules, financial regulations of NHSO and the Ministry of Interior need to be improved to facilitate financial management of SHPH Land and building rights documents of SHPH must be ready to be delivered to the PAO.</p> Nites Sanannaree, Decha Buathed Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266749 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 The Development of the MARKET MODEL to Enhance the Competency of Principles of Marketing for High Vocational Certificate Student of Kamphaengphet Technical College https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/269085 <p>Abstract The objectives of this research are 1) to study the current teaching and the need for learning condition using the current principles of Marketing 2) to develop the teaching model: Market MODEL to enhance the competency of the principles of Marketing 3) to run trials on the model 4) to evaluate the use of the model. The target groups were educational administrators, instructors, entrepreneurs, and higher vocational certificate students at Kamphaeng Phet Technical College and Uttaradit Vocational College. A mixed study design was used in this study, including qualitative and quantitative. Tools used in qualitative studies were questionnaires and assessments, qualitative data analysis using content analysis, and quantitative data analysis using statistics, percentage, frequency, mean, and standard deviation from t-tests. <br />The research findings showed: <br />1. The current teaching and the need for learning condition should be changed to emphasize the competency of the principles of Marketing. Instructors should: plan learning arrangements that are linked to students’ jobs and their fields of study; focus on the important role of students using instructors as a guide; cooperate in organizing learning activities that enhance the students’ competency in knowledge, skills, and attitudes; and evaluate results by observing real-life empirical behaviors, which are <br />consistent with the needs of the establishments who want students who can apply their knowledge to the job in today’s world. <br />2. The developed teaching and learning model consisted of 2 components: 1) the planning component, which includes Product, Price, Place, Promotion, People, Process and Physical Evidence. 2) The teaching and learning activity component, which includes 6 steps as follows: M-Motivation, A-Analysis, R-Result, K-Knowledge <br />Sharing, E-Evaluation, and T-Thinking to Create, or MARKET Model for short. Experts agreed that the model has high relevancy, appropriation, possibility, and usability. <br />3. The students who were taught by the developed teaching and learning model had significantly statistically higher learning scores in Marketing at 0.01. Their competency and attitude in the Principles of Marketing course passed the criteria in all 3 aspects with 80 percent, accounting for 100 percent. <br />4. The students who were taught by the developed teaching and learning model could utilize the competency of the principles of Marketing by using digital marketing tools to sell products and services to earn money while studying, accounting for 100 percent. Also, the students had the highest satisfaction in learning.</p> Datchanee Jawanna Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/269085 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Characteristics of School Administrators in 21St Century Under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264039 <p>This research aimed to study and compare the characteristics of school administrators in 21<sup>st</sup> century under the secondary educational service area office <br />Kanchanaburi classified by school size. The sample was 308 teachers in the secondary educational service area office Kanchanaburi, selected by stratified random sampling classified by school size. The research instrument was a 5-level rating scale, to collect data which were analyzed in terms of percentage, mean, standard deviation, one-way ANOVA, and Scheffe's pair comparison at statistical significance of 0.05.<br />The findings: <br />1. The level of the characteristics of school administrators in 21<sup>st</sup> century under the secondary educational service area office Kanchanaburi was high overall and in separate aspects as written in descending order: vision, academic leadership, Creativity, Communication, Innovation and Technology Management and participative management. <br />2. The comparison of the characteristics of school administrators in 21<sup>st</sup> century under the secondary educational service area office Kanchanaburi classified by school size showed that overall, there was no statistically significant difference at the 0.05 level. with statistical significance at the 0.05 When considering each aspect, it was found that the vision was significantly different at the 0.01 level.</p> Thiraphong Chitchaloen, Poramet Klinhom Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264039 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Characteristics of Administrators in Secondary Schools in New Normal Era, Under the Secondary Education Area Office, Nonthaburi https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266462 <p>The objectives of this research were 1) to study the characteristics of administrators in secondary schools in the New Normal era and 2) To compare the characteristics of administrators in secondary schools in the New Normal era. The sample is Administrators and teachers in secondary schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office, Nonthaburi. Number of 322 people by stratified random sampling according to the size of the school. The research tool was 5-level questionnaire. created by the researcher There was an IOC content validity between 0.67-1.0. and reliability alpha Cronbach of 0.97. Data were analyzed using percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent t-test and one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA). <br />The results showed that. <br />1) The characteristics of administrators in secondary schools in the New Normal era, both in overall and in each of the 5 aspects, were at high levels. In order from the highest average is vision utilization of information technology Strategic Management Communication and human relations and lastly is the aspect of inspiration. 2) The results of comparing the opinion levels of respondents Classified by position, it was found that administrators and teachers The overall picture and each aspect are different. Classified by educational qualifications, it was found that overall and each aspect were not different. But when classified by work experience, it was found that teachers with different work experience. have opinions on the characteristics of the executives Overall and each aspect were significantly different at the .01 level. And when classified by school size, it was found that administrators and teachers working in small, medium, large and extra large schools have opinions on the characteristics of the executives Overall and each aspect were significantly different at the .01 level.</p> Wongduean Sawatporn Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266462 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Leadership of Administrators Affecting the Application of Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in Private School teacher Management in Pathum Thani Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265043 <p> The aims of this research were to study 1) the levels of private school administrator leadership, 2) the levels of applying the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in private school management, Pathum Thani Province, and 3) the relationship between school administrator leadership and applying of the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in private school management, Pathum Thani Province. The data was collected from a sample group, 343 people. The research instrument was a 5-rating scale questionnaire. The <br />statistics used in data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, and Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient.<br />The results of research found that <br />1) the level of private school administrator leadership in Pathum Thani Province for overall and every aspect was at a high level, sorted in decreasing order: academic leadership, strategic leadership, transformational leadership, creative leadership, and information and communication technology leadership<br />2) the level of applying the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in private school management, Pathum Thani Province for overall and every aspect was at a high level, sorted in decreasing order: the school management, the student development activities organizing, the teacher and education personnel development, and the curriculum and teaching management<br />3) the relationship between administrator leadership (X<sub>tot</sub>) and applying of the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in private school management (Y<sub>tot</sub>), Pathum Thani Province, overall there was positive relationship at a high level (r<sub>xy</sub>= .870) and statistically significant correlation at the .01 level. The all aspect of school administrator leadership (X<sub>1</sub> -X<sub>5</sub>) related at a high level with the all aspect of applying the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in private school management (Y<sub>tot</sub>).</p> Warangkana Chongkraijak, Teerapon Kongnawang Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265043 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 The Effect of Reap Strategy Supplemented with Using the Six Thinking Hats Questions on Thai Critical Reading Ability of Mathayomsuksa 3 Students https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265950 <div>The objectives of this research were 1) to compare the critical reading ability of MathayomSuksa 3 students before and after learning by using the REAP method supplemented by using the six thinking hats 2) to compare the critical reading ability of Thai language students after learning of MathayomSuksa 3 students who were taught by using the REAP method, supplemented by using the six thinking hats with normal method. In the first semester of the academic year 2023, 40 students were obtained from cluster random sampling. The tools used for data collection were the critical reading ability test. Data analysis by means, percentage, standard deviation. The hypothesis was tested with an independent group t-test.</div> <div>The results of the research were as follows:</div> <div>1) Students who are taught by using REAP tactics are supplemented by the use of six thinking hats. Ability to read Thai critically after studying was higher than before. The mean score before learning was 16.65, after learning was 33.45. The students' ability to read critically in Thai after learning was statistically significantly higher than before the level of .05.</div> <div>2) The students who were taught by using the REAP tactics were supplemented by the use of six thinking hats. The ability to read Thai critically after learning was statistically significantly higher than the normal method at .05.</div> Thatchai Deesoi, Sasipong Srisawat Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265950 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 The Comparison of the Personnel Administration According to Brahmavihara 4 in Opportunity of School Administrators Expansion Schools Under Ratchaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264280 <p>The research aimed to study and compare the personnel administration according to Brahmavihara 4 in opportunity of school administrators Expansion School under Ratchaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2, classified by school size. The sample was 223 teachers in opportunity of school administrators Expansion School under Ratchaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2, using stratified random sampling according to school size. The research instrument was a 5-level rating scale questionnaire with content validity 0.67-1.00 and a reliability 0.98. to collect data which were analyzed in terms of percentage, mean, standard deviation, One-way ANOVA Analysis and test the pairwise mean difference by Scheffe's method. The level of statistical significance was set at 0.05.</p> <p>The findings were as follows:</p> <ol> <li>The personnel administration according to Brahmavihara 4 in opportunity of school administrators Expansion School under Ratchaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2, had a high level of personnel management according to Brahmavihara 4.</li> <li>A Comparison of personnel administration according to Brahmavihara 4 in opportunity of school administrators Expansion School under Ratchaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 classified by school size in overall and all aspects, there is no difference.</li> </ol> Chitchanok Kongkaew, Poramet Klinhom Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264280 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 The Study of the Current State, Desirable State and Needs of Administration of Student Care System using Digital Technology in Schools under Sakon Nakhon Secondary Educational Service Area Office https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/267042 <p> The purpose of this research was to study the current state, desirable state and needs of administration of student care system using digital technology in schools under the Sakon Nakhon Secondary Educational Service Area Office. This study was mixed-methods research. The sample consisted of 225 school administrators, deputy directors, teachers responsible for the student care system, advisors and guidance teachers in schools under the Sakon Nakhon Secondary Educational Service Area Office. The sample was selected based on purposive sampling. The research instruments included five-rating scale questionnaire and the semi – structured interview. Data were analyzed using the statistics to determine mean, standard deviation and Modified Priority Needs Index (PNI<sub>modified</sub>). <br />The results indicated that overall current state of administration of student care system using digital technology in schools under the Sakon Nakhon Secondary <br />Educational Service Area Office was at a moderate level. When individual aspects were considered, an aspect with the highest mean was student referral. The overall desirable state of administration of student care system using digital technology in schools under the Sakon Nakhon Secondary Educational Service Area Office was at a high level. An aspect with the highest mean was student development and promotion. The overall Modified Priority Needs Index (PNI<sub>modified)</sub> was 0.340. When individual aspects were considered, an aspect with the highest mean was prevention and problem solving, followed by student screening, knowing individualized students and student referral, respectively. </p> Sarawoot Wichianlom, Parichat Buacharoen Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/267042 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 An Evaluation of Upright School Project at Bansubsanoon School Under Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/267043 <p>The objectives of this research were to evaluate the Upright School Project at Bansubsanoon school under the jurisdiction of Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2, by applying CIPP model which consisted of context, input, process and effectiveness. The second objective sought to identify strategies for promoting activities according to the upright school project. The study involved a total of 246 participants which included school administrators, teachers, school board, students’ guardians, administrators of educational service area and the supervisor who is project responsible person. The tools used to collect data are assessments and interviews. Data analysis using basic statistics including percentage, mean, standard deviation and content analysis. <br />The research results were shown:<br />1. The evaluation of context and process, overall, it is appropriate at the highest level. As for the results of the evaluation of input and effectiveness, overall, it is <br />appropriate at a high level.<br />2. Guidelines for promoting activities according to the Upright School Project at Bansubsanoon school under the jurisdiction of Saraburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 are 1) The school should study their objectives, principles and methods for implementing the project is clearly understood, in order to act in the same direction affecting the results of operations to meet the objectives. 2) The school should appoint a responsible person or the number of responsible persons appropriate to the activity and integrate various activities that can be done together to reduce time or redundant work. 3) The school should coordinate with relevant agencies, takes part in project <br />implementation so that activities are consistent with the context of the school and community. 4) The school should organize various activities integrated with study subjects, to achieve sustainable development of student characteristics.</p> Amornteb Moonlasoot, Parichat Buacharoen Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/267043 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 The Impact of Social Development and Human Security Volunteer Networks on Social Welfare Administration for Older Persons with Disabilities in Yasothon Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266088 <p> Effective management of social welfare for people with disabilities involves community volunteers which are one of key contributors coordinating between the government and the public. This study aimed to understand the importance of social development and human security volunteers (SDHSV) in providing social welfare, and problems and obstacles of SDHSV in providing social welfare to take care the elderly with disabilities in Yasothon Province. This qualitative research used semi-structure interview as a data collection tool. Key informants were 26 social development and human security volunteers of Yasothon Province. Content analysis and thematic analysis were applied based on the social network concept. Findings uncovered that having diverse and wide networks, including family <br />members, relatives, neighbors, community leaders, temples, local government organizations, sub-district health promoting hospitals, and social development and human security office, allowed elderly people with disabilities to participate in communities and to have better access to welfare and assistance as follows: 1) Common perception which is for continuously managing social welfare for the elderly with disabilities; 2) Common vision that increases precise data recording which contributes to quick and accurate identification of targets; 3) Mutual interests, since social development and human security volunteers wants to be recognized from their duties; 4) All stakeholder participation which leads to collaboration in planning and decision-making to extensively maximize the benefits; 6) Interdependence that brings in resources, knowledge, capital, and human resources; 7) Interaction which results in relevant communications. With that, coordination between social development and human security office employees and local social development and human security volunteers in all areas can help provide advices and develop welfare management skills through digital technology systems in order to provide the maximum access to social welfare for the elderly people with disabilities. </p> Kitiya Sirisoda, Ajirapa Pienkhuntod Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266088 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 School Administrators’ Supervisory Behavior Under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264040 <p>This research aimed to study and compare the School Administrators’ supervisory behavior under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi classified by school size. The sample group for this study was 308 teachers in the secondary educational service area office Kanchanaburi, selected by stratified random sampling, classified by school size. The research instrument was a 5-level rating scale questionnaire with content validity amount 1 and reliability of 0.93 to collect data which were analyzed in terms of percentage, mean, standard deviation, one-way ANOVA, and Scheffe's pair comparison at statistical significance of 0.05.</p> <p>The findings:</p> <ol> <li class="show">The level of the characteristics of School Administrators’ supervisory behavior under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi was high overall and in separate aspects as written in descending order: non-directive approach was rated at the highest level. with ranking of rating means from top to bottom as follows collaborative approach, directive information approach was rated at the high level and directive control approach was rated at the medium level.</li> <li class="show">The comparison of the characteristics of School Administrators’ supervisory behavior under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi classified by school size showed that significant not difference overall. with statistical significance at the 0.05 When considering each aspect, it was found that directive control approach was significantly different at the 0.01 level. With large school have School Administrators’ supervisory behavior more than medium school and extra large school.</li> </ol> Neeranuch Chitchaloen, Poramet Klinhom Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264040 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Technological Leadership of School Administrators by Opinion of Teachers Under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264022 <div>The objectives of this research are to study and compare the technological leadership of school administrators based on the opinions of teachers under supervision of Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi in which classified by school size. The samples that used in the research were teachers under supervision of Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi was 308 samples with random sampling by school size. The instruments used in this research were a 5-point Likert scale questionnaire with a concordance index of 0.67 – 1.00 and a reliability of 0.94. Statistics used in data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation with one-way analysis of variance and test the pairwise mean difference by Scheffe's method. The level of statistic was significant at .05.</div> <div>The results the research found that</div> <div>1. Technological leadership of school administrators according to teachers' opinions under supervision of Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi in overall opinions were at a high level. When considering each aspect, it was found that the opinions were at a high level in all aspects. Ranking by average are the excellence in professional practice, the creation of learning culture in the digital age, the visionary leadership systematic improvement and the citizenship in the digital age.</div> <div>2. The comparison of the technological leadership of school administrators according to teachers' opinions under the supervision of Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi classified by school size. The overall and individual aspects were significantly different level at .01 especially extra-large schools possess more technological leadership of school administrators than other large schools and medium-sized school.</div> Supat Kanocpodchananon, Poramet Klinhom Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264022 Sat, 30 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Risk Management of Schools Under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264085 <p>This research aimed to study and compare promoting digital literacy of teachers in schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi classified by school size. The sample consisted of 321 teachers in schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi, obtained by stratified random sampling according to school size. The research instrument was a five-level rating scale questionnaire with content validity of 0.67-1.00 and a reliability of 0.97. The statistics under in the data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation. The data were treated with one-way analysis of variance and found the difference of the means, and paired tests were carried out according to Scheffe’s method. The statistical significance level was set at 0.05.<br />The findings were as follows:<br />1. Promoting digital literacy of teachers in schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi There was practice at the highest level, which was the use of tools and technology and each aspect were at a high level. The aspects, ranked in descending order of average. assessment, construction and accessibility.<br />2. A Comparison of Teachers' Promotion of Digital Literacy in under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi classified by size of school, overall, there was a significant difference Overview and Access extra large schools have more practice than medium schools and large schools. for assessment, construction, and use of tools and technology extra large schools have more practice than large schools. </p> Siwat Purahong, Mitparnee Pumklom Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264085 Sat, 30 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Guideline for Developing Digital Citizenship of Teachers Under Nongkhai Primary Education Service Area Office 2 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264382 <p>The objectives of this research article are 1. To study the present and desirable conditions of digital citizenship among teachers. under the Office of Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 and 2) Study the digital citizenship development guidelines for teachers under the Office of Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. This research was descriptive research. The sample group consisted of 279 school administrators and teachers. Phase 1 was a quantitative data collection using a questionnaire. Data were analyzed by statistical values, frequency, percentage, and standard deviation. and prioritize the necessary needs. Phase 2: qualitative data collection by structured interview forms The target group of 5 people was derived from the specific selection. To find ways to develop teachers' digital citizenship. Analyze the content and present it in a descriptive way.<br />1. The study found that the Average current condition level was at a high level The aspect with the highest average was digital security. and the desirable condition was at the highest level. The area with the highest average was digital communications. <br />The need for digital citizenship development guidelines Overall, it was found that digital communication was the area with the highest need. And the area with the lowest need is digital access.<br />2. The result of the Guidelines for Developing Digital Citizenship of Teachers under Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 was found that 1) teachers with self-development plans Are able to work and have skills in using technology to assist in teaching and learning management. 2) Promote effective digital communication. 3) Parent agencies must allocate sufficient budgets that are suitable for the needs of the Internet signal to meet the needs of teachers to be able to use it. 4) Promote knowledge related to intellectual property. Teacher's Digital Law Avoid copyright infringement. 5) Promote the use of digital information with caution. Be up to date with the dangers arising from digital use.</p> Nopporn Limtrkul, Sittichai Sonsupee Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264382 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Guidelines for Preventing the Problem of Students Inappropriate Behaviors in Expansion Opportunity Schools Under the Suphanburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264714 <div>This research aimed to study the administration for preventing the problem of students and the guidelines for preventing the problem of students inappropriate </div> <div>behaviors in expansion opportunity school under the Suphanburi Primary Education Service Area office 1.</div> <div>The samples consisted of 184 school administrators and teachers of expansion opportunity school under the Office of Suphanburi Primary Education Service Area office 1, sampling to the study area and key informants, 8 people discussions by choosing a specific. The research instrument was questionnaires with a five-level-rating scale </div> <div>questionnaires with content validity between 0.67-1.00 and reliability of 0.98 and group discussion recordings. The statistics in data analysis were percentage, mean, and standard deviation and content analysis.</div> <div>The findings were as follows:</div> <div>1. Administration for preventing the problem of students inappropriate behaviors in expansion opportunity school under the Suphanburi Primary Education Service Area office 1 in was at a high level. On a side-by-side basis, it was found that When considering each aspect, it was found that there was a high level of practice in all aspects. In order of average, descending order was the prevention of premature sexual intercourse problems, followed by the prevention of drug-related problems. In the field of </div> <div>prevention of problems with morality and decreased ethics Prevention of violent aggressive behavior Problem prevention Decreased creative free time and crime </div> <div>prevention, respectively.</div> <div>2. Guidelines for preventing the problem of students inappropriate behaviors in expansion opportunity schools under the Suphanburi Primary Education Service Area office 1. sexuality training Operate according to the Sri Suphan good people policy. Training on aggressive behavior Listen to students problems Training on penalties and dangers caused by drugs random drug testing Training on morality and ethics Training on creative behavior and media consumption Training on the dangers and consequences of carrying weapons Coordinate with parents, community leaders, supervise student behavior.</div> Suriya Nilaphiyang, Poramet Klinhom Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264714 Sat, 30 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 School Curriculum Administration Of School Administrators Under The Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264742 <p>This research aimed to study and comparison the school curriculum administration of school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi, classified by schools’ size. The sample consisted of 312 administrators and teachers in schools under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi obtained by stratified random sampling according to schools’ size. Content validity between 0.67-1.00 and reliability of 0.97. The statistics used in the data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, one-way analysis of variance and Scheffe’s pair comparison with a statistical significance level at 0.05.<br />The findings were as follows:<br />1. School curriculum administration of school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi overall at a high level of practice. <br />Considered on each aspect, every practice was at a high level: aspects as written in descending order, oversee quality, preparation invent curriculum, supporting respectively.<br />2. The comparison of School curriculum administration of school administrators under the Secondary Educational Service Area Office Kanchanaburi, categorized by school sizes, overall was found no significant difference. In oversee quality was found significant difference. Consequently, the pair comparison showed that oversee quality large schools took more action than those in the extra-large schools.</p> Phonphimon Suphawan, Pongsak Ruamchomrat Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/264742 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Industral Management : A Case Study of Fhoenix Pulp & Paper Public Company Limited, Kud Nam Sai Sub-District, Nam Pong District, Khonkaen Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268378 <p> The objectives of this research article are 1) to study the management of the industrial system of Phoenix Pulp and Paper Public Company Limited, Khon Kaen Factory 2) to present guidelines for the management of the industrial system of Phoenix Pulp and Paper Company. Paper Public Company Limited, Khon Kaen Factory is conducted by qualitative research. By studying information, documents, and academic textbooks. On the other hand, and also related research there were 25 key informants. The obtained data were analyzed using descriptive methods.<br />The research results found that<br />1. Management has adopted the 4 M's theory of management, consisting of people, money, materials, and management. These 4 principles, human resources or people, are an important condition in driving the organization to achieve success. Because human resources are both entrepreneurs and operators.<br />2. Guidelines for managing industrial systems that are related to people, money, materials, equipment, and management. To achieve success in this, they should follow the guidelines for managing the industrial system in 4 areas: environment, ecosystem, health, and coexistence in the community. These 4 guidelines are crucial points for the whole of industrial system management that cannot lack any one dimension, because every dimension is consistent and connected. It is a guideline that will lead to <br />sustainable excellence.</p> Tossaporn Promtes, Ramate Klamgprapan, Tanasak Supakitjumpnong, Aussadang Savangkan, Thaen Pranakorn, Maywika Chorpsoongern Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268378 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Integration of Theravada Buddhist Philosophy Principle that Appeared in the Boon Berk Fa Event that Influenced to the People in Maha Sarakham Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268767 <div>The objectives of this research are to 1) study the concept of the Boon Berk Fa event, 2) study the principles of Buddhist philosophy that appear in the Boon Berk Fa event, 3) integrate the principles of Theravada Buddhist philosophy that appear in the Boon Berk Fa event that influence the people. Maha Sarakham Province and 4) present knowledge about the integration of Theravada Buddhist philosophy that appears in the Bun Berk Fa event that has an influence on the people of Maha Sarakham Province. Using in-depth interviews. Group of monks with knowledge and expertise in the Bun Berk Fa tradition A total of 8 photos/person were used for content analysis. and present descriptive information</div> <div>The results of the research found that</div> <div>1. Concepts about the Bun Berk Fa event It is the name of the traditional wisdom event of the Isan agricultural society on the 3rd day of the 3rd lunar month, the 3rd day of the waxing moon, which is the beginning of the rainy season.</div> <div>2. The principles of Buddhist philosophy that appear in the Bun Berk Fah event in Maha Sarakham Province are karma as the intention, cetasika, and threefold conduct.</div> <div>3. Integrate the principles of Theravada Buddhist philosophy that appear in the Bun Berk Fa event that influences the people. Try your luck at the Bun Berk Fa event. Take a guess at a chicken chin and take a guess at an egg's skin. Announcement of thunder To know the amount of rainfall, which is beneficial and influences the agricultural sector of people in making further investment decisions.</div> <div>4. Got a new idea called “TM1BM2 MODEL” T = Theravada Buddhist philosophy is Theravada Buddhist philosophy, M1 = Merit is merit that is a folk tradition that has been inherited, B = Benefits of merit is the benefits of merit and M2 = Merit-making behavior in Maha Sarakham Province is the behavior of making merit in Maha Sarakham Province: 1) Merit-making is to understand fully. 2) Merit-making is divided into donations. 3) Merit-making is without encroachment.</div> Phrakru Yanphodharak Abhiyano (Papakham), Phrarachpriyatiwimol ., Uthai Kamolsil Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268767 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Integration of Beliefs that Appeared in The Boon Phawet Tradition According to Theravada Buddhist Philosophy Principle to Promote Tourism in Roi-Et Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268768 <p>The objectives of this dissertation are 1) to study the concept of beliefs in the Bun Phawet tradition, 2) to study the principles of Theravada Buddhist philosophy that appear in the Bun Phawet tradition, 3) to integrate the beliefs that appear in the Bun Phawet tradition. Phawet according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy to promote tourism in Roi Et Province and 4) to present knowledge about integrating beliefs in the Phawet tradition to promote tourism. In-depth interviews with key informants Total number: 8 pictures/person. Content data were analyzed. Present descriptive information</p> <p> The results of the research found that: 1. Concepts about beliefs in the Bun Phawet tradition. Roi Et Province It is an important tradition in Buddhism. There is an important activity, which is the presentation of a sermon on the topic "Phawet Sandara Jataka" related to Buddhist principles. The belief and agricultural lifestyle of the Isan people, Bun Phawet, is classified as the 4th heat or Bun Duan Si. The word "Phawet" is in the Isan language. 2. Theravada Buddhist philosophy that appears in the Bun Phawet tradition. Looking at it from an aesthetic point of view regarding beauty or aesthetic value. that focuses on the study of Buddhist aesthetics, with two dimensions of beauty: beauty in the religious dimension and beauty in the worldly dimension. 3. Integrate the beliefs that appear in the Bun Phawet tradition according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy to promote tourism in the province. Roi Et With the principles of Theravada Buddhist philosophy, all 3 theories are motivation theory, happiness theory, Buddhist philosophy principles. 4. Get a new idea called “BBBT MODEL” B = Beliefs, which is the acceptance of reality, real existence, and power, B = Boon Phawet is a tradition of making merit according to the 12 heats, which is done in the fourth month. or make merit at Phawet Listen to the Mahachat sermon, B = Buddhist Philosophy is the principles of Theravada Buddhist philosophy and T = Tourism in Roiet is tourism that comes from the merit-making tradition in Roi Et Province.</p> Phrakhru Sutaphatthanaporn Amaro (Tonghun), Uthai Kamolsilp, Sowit Bumrungpak Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268768 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Integrating Phra That Phanom's Values Influencing Life According to Theravada Buddhist Philosophy of the People of Nakhon Phanom Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268770 <div>This dissertation The objectives are 1) to study the history of the development and value of the relics, 2) to study living life according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy, 3) to integrate the values of Phra That Phanom that influence living life according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy, and 4) To present knowledge about the value of Phra That Phanom that influences living according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy. in-depth interview group of monks Total number: 10 photos/person. Content data were analyzed. Present descriptive information</div> <div>The results of the research found that: </div> <div>1. History of the development and value of the relics. Built according to the legend of Urangkhathat Fable. When Phra That Nong Khai collapsed and fell into the Mekong River. Therefore, Phra That Phanom was built in the year 8 as a pagoda used to house the Buddha's chest relics. </div> <div>2. Living life according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy. It is carried out according to good traditions. Consisting of 12 heats, 14 canals, the spiritual center is at Phra That Phanom, That Phanom District, Nakhon Phanom Province. </div> <div>3. Integrate the values of Phra That Phanom that influence living life according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy. Phra That Phanom is unique to Buddhists who believe that Any person who goes to worship will make himself and his family have a better life according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy by worshiping in two ways: Amis worship, which is worshiping with material things. and practice worship It is worship by practicing Vipassana meditation according to the influence of word of mouth from generation to generation. </div> <div>4. There is a new element called "AEW MODEL". A = Avail is the value resulting from worshiping Phra That Phanom, E = Effect is the influence according to the principles. Thoughts, beliefs, faith and behavior, W = Way of life is the way of life of individuals, society, communities, and the public in peace and harmony, Disciplined</div> <p> </p> Phrakhru Pariyatthamakorn Thanavaro (Thipmala), Uthai Kamolsil Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268770 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 The Model of Creating Emotional Well-Being Bases on Theravada Buddhist Philosophy of People in Kalasin Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268771 <p>The purpose of this research is to 1) Study theoretical concepts regarding emotional health. 2) Study the principles of Theravada Buddhist philosophy regarding emotional health. 3) Create a model for creating emotional well-being according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy. and 4) present knowledge about the model for creating emotional well-being according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy for the people in Kalasin Province. It is mainly a study and analysis of information from the Tripitaka, <br />textbooks, and related documents. and had in-depth interviews From experts, monks and people from the Tassana Ram Tao Hai Temple community, totaling 25 monks/people, came to analyze the content data and present the information. Descriptive<br />The research results were as follows:<br />1. Theoretical concepts regarding emotional health include: 1) Three concepts of emotional health: Wellness according to Adams's concept. Well-being according to Meyer's concept and Buddhist holistic health 2) Theories regarding emotional health include Hare's normative theory. It is a theory of purely moral judgments that have emotional meanings. and C. L. Stevenson's theory of emotionalism is an analytical theory of ethical problem solving.<br />2. Principles of Theravada Buddhist philosophy regarding emotional health include the principles of yonisommanasikra, principles of mindfulness and awareness. The principles of right view, the principles of concentration, and the principles of wisdom, which are the Dhamma principles that people in Kalasin Province Can be applied to daily life for a better quality of life<br />3. Models for creating emotional well-being according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy for people in Kalasin Province are 1) Models for creating emotional <br />well-being according to the principles of Yonisomanasikra 2) Models for creating emotional well-being according to the principles of mindfulness and awareness 3) Rpa. A model for creating emotional well-being based on the principle of right view, 4) a model for creating emotional well-being based on the principle of meditation, and 5) a model for creating emotional well-being based on the principle of wisdom. This is a good guideline for creating the emotional health of the people in Kalasin Province.<br />4. Knowledge about the model for creating emotional well-being according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy of the people in Kalasin Province is 1) the principle of Yonisomanasikra 2) the principle of mindfulness. Applied to solve the problem of lack of self-control 3) Principle of Right View 4) Principle of Concentration 5) Principle of Wisdom</p> PhramahaChatpat Samajaro, Sowit Bamrungphak, Uthai Kamolsil Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268771 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Integration of The Beliefs of Building a Chapel According to Theravada Buddhist Philosophy of Temples in Kalasin Province https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268772 <p> The purpose of this research is to 1) Study the concept of beliefs about building a chapel. 2) Study the principles of Buddhist philosophy related to beliefs about building a chapel. 3) Integrate beliefs and beliefs about building a chapel according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy of temples in Kalasin Province and 4) Present knowledge about the integration of beliefs and beliefs in building chapels according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy of temples in Kalasin Province. By mainly studying and analyzing information from the Tripitaka, textbooks and related documents, and conducting in-depth interviews. From the Sangha Administrators with knowledge and expertise in the Bun Berk Fa tradition, 5 monks and Buddhist experts/religious scholars, 5 monks/person, totaling 10 monks/person, content data was analyzed. Present descriptive information<br />The research results were as follows:<br />1. The concept of belief in building a chapel. As faith increased in the Buddhist community, there was an increased demand for building temples and chapels. <br />The chapel is a unique and important building. It is a place where the Buddha image representing the Lord Buddha is enshrined, where it is raised to perform the Patimokkha, and as a place for ordination for Buddhists who wish to enter the kasavapastra umbrella. To practice practices that purify the body, speech, and mind according to the principles of faith in Buddhism.<br />2. Principles of Buddhist philosophy regarding the beliefs and beliefs of building a chapel. Principles of faith: “Saddha, saddhana, saddha” means belief. The name faith has 9 elements: karma faith, belief in karma, belief in the law of karma, vipka faith, belief. The results of karma, karma sakta faith Believe that animals have their own karma. and Tathagata Bodhisattva<br />3. Integrate beliefs in building a chapel according to Theravada Buddhist philosophy of temples in Kalasin Province, that is, a chapel is an aesthetic element made from bricks, stones, cement, and sand fused together. Create and shape beauty that is evident and valuable. connected to the spirit It gives rise to the power of faith, leading to the creation of Punyakhet, called the land of merit that appears in its fullness, like a castle on the earth. The way of Buddhism, which is a sacred land, is unique and is a royal area bestowed by Wisungkhamsima. This creates special rights for the Buddhist community. By interaction, that is, bringing the principles of Buddhist philosophy into practice. bring about peace Pure in body, speech and mind, therefore it is a miracle in Buddhism. freedom from bondage Escape from suffering and reach happiness, which is eternal beauty.<br />4. Gained new knowledge called “CPBV MODEL” C = Capel is the construction of an ordination hall in a temple in Kalasin Province, P = Principles is the principles in Buddhism that affect beliefs in building an ordination hall, including the principles of faith, Utility, Anussati and Ariyawat, B = Belief refers to beliefs and beliefs in building the chapel and V = Virtue refers to the benefits gained from building the chapel.</p> Phrakru Suchaimongkolkit Sukato, Sowit Bamrungphak, Uthai Kamolsil Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268772 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Femininity in Lilit Phra Lor : Roles of Motherhood, Wife and Daughters https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265053 <p>This article aimed to study the femininity under the influence of patriarchal society in the literature entitled "Lilit Phra Lor" by studying the femininity in three dimensions, namely 1. the role of mother 2. the role of wife and 3. the role of daughter. The study found that female characters in Lilit Phra Lor are all influenced by patriarchy. These roles are defined by teachings, customs, traditions, and social norms. Therefore, the image expression of femininity reflected that woman in the royal palace must have good manners and demeanor that commensurate with their original background. <br />In a role of daughter, a woman had to obey her parents' instructions. Meanwhile, when having a husband, a woman must take good care of her husband and be pleased with and accept the happiness of a husband who can have many wives. And as a mother, she has to take care of her children from young ages to get the best. It can be seen that female characters in the story do not have any power in terms of politics and governance. They are restricted to live and play roles only in family institution.</p> Phromsiri Nammungkhun Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265053 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Leadership Development From Theory to Excellent Practice https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266277 <p>Leadership development is a process that focuses on increasing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of individuals in leadership roles. To be able to effectively navigate and promote change in organizations or society. Leadership development is very important in every business. level of organization Whether in business, government, or a non-profit organization, this process often focuses on honing skills in managing and leading people. Promoting creativity and building an effective team It also emphasizes the development of personal characteristics such as responsibility confidence Strong leadership, having goals, creating a vision, and having the dynamism to play an appropriate leadership role. Leadership development helps individuals perform their leadership roles effectively. and participate in leading the organization or target group to achieve success with efficiency and sustainability.<br />Developing excellent leaders is a process that connects theory and practice. Emphasis is placed on developing the skills needed to lead teams and creating good understanding between leaders and teams. To create leaders who can lead the organization towards leadership excellence in the future. And it is considered an important process in creating leaders who are capable and effective in leading teams and organizations. We consider that there are important steps that leaders should take to develop themselves and promote better leadership.</p> Tharaporn Jitsom, PhrakhrupaladBoonchuay Chotivungso (Auiwong) Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266277 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Educational Leadership and Personnel Participation in Administration of Educational Institutions According to the Principles of Social Object 4 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266281 <p>This article aims to study the leadership qualities and the personnel participation of Administration educational, incorporating the principles of Buddhism, institutions <br />according to the principles of social object 4, as a guiding framework. Educational leadership refers to the characteristics and skills that leaders in the field of education should possess to create a conducive learning environment and achieve positive <br />outcomes for students. Leadership is an ongoing process of collaboration, fostering cooperation in various school activities, and defining roles in managing the school system effectively. The ultimate goal is to enhance the learning experience throughout the school.</p> <p>Leadership involves a continuous interaction to ensure collaborative efforts in school activities. It also includes defining roles in managing the school system to achieve set objectives. This is done systematically and with clarity to develop the learning environment within the school. Incorporating the principles of Buddhism, into educational leadership can lead to stability, progress, and mutual respect among individuals. Effective leaders in the modern globalized world recognize that "work" cannot be accomplished by individuals alone. Instead, it requires cooperation and collaboration among team members. In conclusion, effective leadership in the contemporary world requires the application of moral principles, such as the principles of social object 4, to foster collaboration, mutual respect, and harmonious working relationships. By doing so, we can work together happily and lead Thai society toward progress on par with other developed national</p> Yaowadee Phunilamai, PhrakhrupaladBoonchuay Chotivungso (Auiwong) Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266281 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Leadership of Educational Institution Administrators According to the Principles of Thitthuthammikut 4 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266278 <p> Educational institution administrators are the main mechanism that is extremely important in providing quality education. In educational institutions therefore Therefore, educational institution administrators must have leadership. Have knowledge, abilities, skills, and be a visionary. has good characteristics There is a role and duty of executive leadership. Educational institutions have morals and ethics. Apply the 4 principles of Dhammaditthadhamkattha benefit in the educational institution for maximum benefit in order to lead the educational institution to success. Able to respond to competition and modern, suitable for changes in the present era</p> Nutchanart An-ard, PhrakhrupaladBoonchuay Chotivungso (Auiwong) Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/266278 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Politics in the View of Mahatma Gandhi https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268845 <p>This academic article aims to present political activities that do not use violence as a tool for fighting. By using the principle of non-violence, which is a principle that everyone already practices in their daily lives, as a tool for political struggle. Moreover, it has adopted the political method of "Satyagraha" instead of the method of using <br />violence to demand justice and freedom for the grass-root people. This principle of nonviolence was used to solve conflicts in India until it gained official full independence from England</p> Nimit Trachu, Jaras Leeka, PhraSombat Sukprasert Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/268845 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Promoting Well-Being and Caring for the Elderly in the Family According to Buddhist Principles https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265726 <p> The purpose of this academic article is to study the promotion of well-being and care for the elderly in the family according to Buddhist principles. Mental well-being is important to the quality of life of the elderly. Supporting the rights and benefits of the elderly is effective and in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand. and social relations in living according to the principles of Buddhism. The 4 principles of meditation include body meditation, physical development, spiritual meditation, behavioral development, mental meditation, mental development, wisdom meditation, intellectual development. It is a tool for improving the health of the elderly so that they can live effectively in society and to carry out operations related to protection and care Promoting and supporting the rights and benefits of the elderly is effective and consistent with the provisions of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand. Apply the principles of Buddhism as a guideline for developing, promoting well-being and caring for the elderly in the family.</p> Buyabon Thanatchawalai Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265726 Sun, 31 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700 Meditation to Promote Critical Thinking and Problem Solving https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265082 <p class="p1" style="text-align: justify; text-justify: inter-cluster; text-indent: 49.6pt; line-height: 115%;">This article aimed to study the meditation for the effect of concentration on human thinking, critical thinking, critical synthesis and proper problem-solving in life with the objective of meditation to promote critical thinking and problem solving skills consisting of 1) Meditation to promote thinking, 2) Meditation can help in thinking critically. 3) Meditation to help solve problems, 4) To promote efficiency in work, study and all business activities. The practice of meditation and work to have a strong mind to focus on one thing, not being distracted is a key factor that will affect work, study and business success. If human beings can meditate at the basic level, it will promote the thinking process to create knowledge, ability, intelligence, responsibility, reason to solve problems, which is the main principle in the work that will result in various achievements.</p> Phra Anusorn Wachirawangso (Kornamsai), Kanokorn Somprach, PhraHonda Vadasuddo (Khemma) Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Graduate MCU KhonKaen Campus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jg-mcukk/article/view/265082 Sat, 30 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0700