Koranun Wannatawee, Paisarn Worakham, Piyatida Panya


This research was intended to develop a model for assessing the parallel educational management under the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC). To administer of the research procedure in four phases that were conducted by the research process and followed as R&D research technique. The first phase has analyzed the concepts of education and evaluation of education parallel, under the OBEC and interviews of nine personnels with those involved of parallel education management. The second phase has created a parallel evaluation of education for assessing the academy schools under the OBEC. The third phase has trial evaluation model into three schools of education had a parallel educational management whereas were facing a different size small, medium and large. The fourth phase has developed the assessment model by the tools that based on the Evaluation of Standards Development Committee to evaluate educational standards with a sample size of 9 personnels who were the evaluators of the experiment involving assessment. It has found that: the concept of learning management and assessment of parallel educational management in the OBEC from textbooks, academic papers, the research reports showed that the components used in the evaluation of parallel education major has five components, such as; the principle of parallel structures, curriculum and learning and teaching, and a graduate of quality assurance. The assessment model consists of six components of the basic education forms were composed as the main concepts of evaluation, the purpose of the assessment, the evaluation focused on how to assess the evaluation, and assessment criteria. In terms of the results take the form of assessment of this experimental model used to evaluate the standard of parallel education study of the OBEC between schools with different sizes, the results showed on five standards that included of; the standard of education in parallel, standards curriculum, standard of teaching and learning, standard course, and standard of quality assurance. A quality level, all very standard and metric, and the trial found no problems in the form of assessment. The assessment model assesses the parallel education of schools under the OBEC were at the highest level all on four scales, such as Possibilities scale ( = 4.74, S.D. = 0.51), Appropriation scale ( = 4.63, S.D. = 0.49), Accuracy scales ( = 4.61, S.D. = 0.51), and Utility scale ( = 4.54, S.D. = 0.51), respectively.


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