DEVELOPING THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR QUALITY EVALUATION MODEL (SAQEM) UNDER THE OFFICE OF THE BASIC EDUCATION COMMISSION (OBEC)

Nanpaphat Banticharoenchod, Piyatida Panya, Arun Suikraduang

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This paper is reported to develop of the school administrator quality evaluation model (SAQEM) under the Office of Basic Education Commission for assessing the quality of the school educators who are the school directors with the SAQEM model through the texts, documents, reports, research articles, professional expert interviews, and surveying the school administrators for confirming the suitability and feasibility with using the MACR: Multiple-Attribute Consensus Reaching technique for debate meeting to trial in schools for evaluating the SAQEM model was administered. The findings of this research study have found that: the format of the SAQEM model consisted of four stages, such as; planning the preparing evaluation, proceeding evaluation, evaluating result reported summary, and reflection of the evaluating results stages that composed of four components and 55 indicators. The SAQEM included of the principals and rationales, the evaluating targets, and the using guidelines to application were suitability and possibility were evidence of high level, adeptly.  The external evaluation for school administrators whose past for the third evaluation of their qualities indicated that of excellence level was evaluated. In the other hand, the school administrators whose non past in the third evaluation revealed that of the specialized quality were compared, respectively. The SAQEA model was validated and discriminated to fidelity classification of the qualities of the school administrators who were evaluated in their schools at the third external evaluation and external evaluation through three rounds differentiated, clearly. The evaluating results of the SAQEM model that it was also useful of the appropriability to the possibility toward the accuracy evidence of the excellence level, interestingly.

 

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development, school administrator, quality, evaluation, model, multiple-attribute consensus reaching technique

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.536

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