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Research Title Essential School Leadership for School Principals in the Northeast of Thailand 
Date of Distribution 19 July 2018 
Conference
     Title of the Conference INTE International Conference on New Horizons in Education 
     Organiser SAKARYA UNIVERSITY 
     Conference Place SAKARYA UNIVERSITY,Paris 
     Province/State Paris,France 
     Conference Date 18 July 2018 
     To 20 July 2018 
Proceeding Paper
     Volume 2018 
     Issue October, 2018 and January 2019 
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     Abstract This research aimed to: 1) Investigate the primary and secondary components of essential leadership among primary school principals and 2) Study different aspects of essential leadership and their correlation with empirical evidence in the primary school context. The data was collected via a 5-point rating scale questionnaire with a reliability of 0.978. Multi-stage random sampling was used to select 560 school principals from the northeastern region of Thailand. An automatic program was used for data analysis and yielded the following results: 1) The following five primary components of essential leadership were observed, along with their sub-components: (1) Learning leadership was comprised of 6 primary factors, which were a learning-friendly environment, team learning, integration, application of technology in the workplace, creativity, and self-directed learning; (2) Strategic leadership had 3 primary factors, namely, organizational direction, strategic action, and tracking and evaluating strategies; (3) Technological leadership consisted of 4 primary factors, including applying technology to teaching and learning, applying technology to school management, applying technology to evaluation, and practicing ethics when using technology; (4) Collaborative leadership consisted of 5 primary factors, namely, rotating leadership roles, shared decision-making, networking and team building, ability to communicate, and ability to make change; and (5) Ethical leadership had 5 primary factors, which were trustworthiness, justice, responsibility, respect, and good citizenship. 2) The aforementioned aspects of essential leadership among school principals were found to be relevant to empirical evidence according to set standards. Statistical findings were: Qi-Square (χ2) = 94.294, df =89, P-Value = 0.253, RMSEA= 0.013, SRMR = 0.019, CFI = 0.999, and TLI = 0.998. 
Author
595050130-6 Miss YUPIN PUANGKAEW [Main Author]
Education Master's Degree

Peer Review Status มีผู้ประเมินอิสระ 
Level of Conference นานาชาติ 
Type of Proceeding Full paper 
Type of Presentation Oral 
Part of thesis true 
Presentation awarding false 
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