Early Childhood Education Management for Thailand 4.0, Private Schools in Maha Sara kham Province

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Amonwan Supapan Dr.Teerawat Yaimsang Prof.Dr.Boonchom Srisaard

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The purposes of this study were to create early childhood education management for Thailand 4.0 of private Schools in Maha Sara kham. The study was conducted along the processes of research and development approach consisting 3 phases of study. Phase 1 focused on investigate the current situation early childhood education management for Thailand 4.0 of private Schools in Maha Sara kham. Phase 2 create early childhood education management for Thailand 4.0 of private Schools in Maha Sara kham. Phase 3 the model was implemented and evaluation early childhood education management for Thailand 4.0 of private Schools in Maha Sara kham. The instruments used in the data collection were a set of questionnaire, evaluation form, and rubric scoring tool designed in 5 Likert-scales. Both qualitative and quantitative data were analyzed in the study. The statistics used in the data analysis were Mean Score and Standard Deviation. The result showed that the current situation early childhood education management for Thailand 4.0 of private Schools in Maha Sara kham. There are average values on all sides 4.43 stay on good level. There is average of low 3 levels as the following. There are average values the Curriculum sides 4.19 stay on good level. There are average values the measurement and evaluation sides 4.18 stay on good level. There are average values the Relationship between teacher and parent sides 4.20 stay on good level.

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