Guidelines for Student Affairs Management of Assumption College Sriracha Based on Digital Literacy Concept

Authors

  • Sirichai Phangrak Chulalongkorn university
  • Sukanya Chaemchoy Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Education Policy, Management and Leadership, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkron University, Thailand

Keywords:

Management, Student Affairs, Digital Literacy, Guidelines

Abstract

This research aims to1) study current and desirable conditions of student affairs administration at Assumption College Sriracha based on digital literacy concepts.; and 2) develop guidelines for student affairs management of Assumption College Sriracha based on digital literacy concepts by using Descriptive Research and Informants were purposively selected to include 20 people consisting of school director, deputy director, division chiefs, section heads, supervisors, and level heads. Research instruments included a current and desirable states questionnaire, and an evaluation form for propriety and feasibility of guideline. Data analysis comprised percentage, frequency, mean (x̅ ), standard deviation (S.D.), and (PNImodified).

Results revealed a high level of current and desirable states of student affairs management. Results of categorization suggested that student clubs activity (PNIModified =0.244) ranked first, followed by boy scout/girl guide (PNIModified =0.223) and student council activities (PNIModified =0.201). Four guidelines are Doing for student affairs management involved a guideline for management and development of boy scout/girl guide activities in digital literacy; Acting a guideline for management and development for improvement of student affairs activity in digital literacy; Planning a guideline for management and development of planning for boy scout/girl guide activities in digital literacy; and Checking a guideline for management and development of monitoring and evaluation of boy scout/girl guide activities.

Author Biographies

Sirichai Phangrak, Chulalongkorn university

Educational Administration, Department of Educational Policy, Management, and Leadership Faculty of Education. Chulalongkorn University

Sukanya Chaemchoy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Education Policy, Management and Leadership, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkron University, Thailand

Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Education Policy, Management and Leadership, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkron University, Thailand.

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Published

2020-06-16