HRD Journal https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ <p>HRD Journal promotes aspects of practices and research that explore issues of individual, group and organizational learning and performance, wherever they might be located. HRD Journal is an academic journal for scholars of human resource development and related disciplines. Researcher can publish their articles in the field of Human Resource Development, Human Resource Management, Business Management, Education, and Psychologist</p> <p>ISSN: 1906-9308 (Print)</p> <p>ISSN: 3027-6918 (Online)</p> <p>...............................................................</p> en-US <p>Copyright@HRD Journal, Burapha University</p> hrdjournal@buu.ac.th (Assistant Professor Dr. Paratchanun Charoenarpornwattana) onchira.bu@go.buu.ac.th (Ms. Onchira Bunyaphala) Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 3.3.0.8 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 FACTORS AFFECTING SELF DEVELOPMENT COMPETENCIES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS UNDER THE SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA OFFICE CHONBURI RAYONG https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/265067 <p><em>The purpose of this </em><em>Quantitative</em><em> research were to study; the level of factors influencing the self development competencies of secondary school teachers under the secondary educational service area office Chonburi Rayong, the relationship between the factor influencing the self development competencies of secondary school teachers, and to create the regression equation of the self development competencies of secondary school teachers under the secondary educational service area office Chonburi Rayong 2022. The total of a selected sample were 356 teachers in school under the secondary educational service area office Chonburi Rayong. The instrument used for data collection was five-rating scale questionnaire, which was divided into three pasts, namely, questions regarding to the teachers transformational leadership, power using by administrators and the self development competencies of secondary school teachers under the secondary educational service area office Chonburi Rayong. The data was analyzed by a computer program; using Mean (<img title="\bar{X}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?\bar{X}" /></em><em>), Standard Deviation (SD), Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient and Stepwise multiple regression analysis.</em></p> <p><em> </em><em>The findings were as follows: </em></p> <ol> <li><em> The self development competencies of secondary school teachers under the secondary educational service area office Chonburi Rayong overall and in each aspect were at a high level.</em></li> <li><em> Teachers transformational leadership and power using by administrators overall and in each aspect were at a high level.</em></li> <li><em> The factors influencing the self development competencies of secondary school teachers related to and the self development competencies of secondary school teachers under the secondary educational service area office Chonburi Rayong with statistically significant at the level of .01.</em></li> <li><em> Self development competencies of secondary school teachers has five factors: Intellectual Stimulation (X<sub>3</sub>) Idealized Influence (X<sub>1</sub>) Individualized Consideration (X<sub>4</sub>) Connection Power (X<sub>11</sub>) and Coercive Power (X<sub>6</sub>). The predicted factors those affected the self development competencies of secondary school teachers under the secondary educational service area office Chonburi Rayong was 54.50% accurate and the regression equations of point in the form of standard score as follow:</em></li> </ol> <p><em>The regression equations of the raw score</em></p> <p><em> Ŷ</em><em>= 0.97 + 0.43(X<sub>3</sub>) -0.59(X<sub>1</sub>) + 0.42(X<sub>4</sub>) + 0.21(X<sub>11</sub>) + 0.22(X<sub>6</sub>)</em></p> <p><em> ẑ</em><em> = 0.36(Z<sub>3</sub>) -0.33(Z<sub>1</sub>) + 0.32(Z<sub>4</sub>) + 0.26(Z<sub>11</sub>) + 0.23(Z6)</em></p> Upaipat Boonpeng, Prayoon Imsawasd, Sumet Ngamkanok Copyright (c) 2023 Department of International Graduate Studies in Human Resource Development, Faculty of Education, Burapha University https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/265067 Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 THE DEVELOPMENT OF STAD COOPERATIVE LEARNING MANAGEMENT USING VIDEO AS THE MAIN MEDIUM TO DEVELOP THAI TRADITIONAL DANCE STANDARDS SKILLS FOR MATTAYOMSUKSA TWO STUDENTS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/268650 <p><em>This study is a research and development (R&amp;D) which the objectives were to: 1) study the results of STAD cooperative learning management development using video as the main medium, to develop Thai Traditional Dance standards skills for Mathayomsuksa two students; 2) determine the efficiency of the STAD cooperative learning management processes using video as the main medium, to develop Thai Traditional Dance standards skills in which effectiveness criteria E1/E2:80/80 were used; 3) compare academic achievement; 4) assess standard dance; and 5) study the satisfaction towards the development of STAD cooperative learning management using video as the main medium to develop Thai Traditional Dance standards skills. The sample used in the research was 44 Mathayomsuksa 2/5 students of Yothinburana School, semester 2, academic year 2021, using a classroom as a random unit by simple random drawing by drawing lots. Tools used in this research consisted of (1) a learning management plan for the dance, (2) video media to develop Thai Traditional Dance standards skills for Mathayomsuksa two students, (3) pre-test and post-test, (4) standard dance skills assessment form, and (5) a questionnaire for assessing student satisfaction. The statistics used in the research were mean, the paired sample t-test, and the efficiency test E1/E2=80/80. The results of this study found that: 1) the results of STAD cooperative learning management development using video as the main medium to develop Thai Traditional Dance standards skills for Mathayomsuksa two students. It was found that there were results for assessing the suitability of the quality assessment form. The quality was very good. 2) the results of findings on the effectiveness of STAD cooperative learning management development using video as the main medium to develop Thai Traditional Dance standards skills for Mathayomsuksa two. The efficiency of E1/E2 was 91.70/83.96, which the E1/E2 standard criteria is 80/80. 3)Achievement Comparison Results for 44 students. It was found that the post-test score was higher than the pre-test which the statistically significant difference at the level of 0.1. 4) evaluation results of standard dancing skills. It was found that the students had Thai Traditional Dance standards skills which the Dong Jan Wan Pen song was found at the very high level. and 5) the results of the satisfaction towards the development of STAD cooperative learning management using video as the main medium to develop Thai Traditional Dance standards skills for Mathayomsuksa two students. It was at the highest level ( <img title="\bar{X}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?\bar{X}" /></em><em>= 4.61).</em></p> Ratirat Chaiyakal, Thitichai Ruckbumrung, Nakhon Lalognum Copyright (c) 2023 Department of International Graduate Studies in Human Resource Development, Faculty of Education, Burapha University https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/268650 Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 CLUB ACTIVITIES MODEL USING THE PHILOSOPHY OF SUFFICIENCY ECONOMY LEARNING CENTER OF WATDONDAMRONGTHAM SCHOOL https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/267368 <p>The purpose of this research was to develop a club activities model using the philosophy of sufficiency economy learning center of Watdondamrongtham School by constructing and evaluating the model. This research consisted of two stages. Stage one was to construct the model using the philosophy of sufficiency economy learning center <br />by reviewing documents and relevant research and interviewing key Informants. The research instrument in this stage was a semi-structured interview form. The data were analyzed by content analysis. Stage two was to evaluate the model using the philosophy of sufficiency economy learning center. Seven evaluators in this research consisted of lecturers, administrators, teachers, and local wisdom. The research instrument in this stage was an evaluation form of the model. The data analysis was mean and standard deviation. <br />The findings of the research were as follows:<br />1. The ALO – 4I model consisted of stages of (1) Academic Skill (A), (2) Life Skill (L), and (3) Occupation Skill (O), and each rotation activity composed of four procedures of learning management, namely, procedure 1: introduction, procedure 2: Inquiry, procedure 3: Inclusion, which led to procedure 4: Integration.<br />2. Club activities model using the philosophy of sufficiency economy learning center with the quality in general at the most appropriate level. <br />(<img title="\bar{X}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?\bar{X}" />= 4.70, S.D. = 0.08)</p> Seksan Madwungsang, Parinya Siriteosri, Punniththa Mrazek, Pathawut Rakklin Copyright (c) 2023 Department of International Graduate Studies in Human Resource Development, Faculty of Education, Burapha University https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/267368 Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 TREND OF SELECTION FOR STUDY PLANNING USING MACHINE LEARNING BY COMPARING THE RESULTS BETWEEN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK AND SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/270272 <p>This research is to finding trends for decision in the selection of high school study plans between sciences and mathematics plan and arts plan by using machine learning to help analyze data using Supervised Learning by comparing 2 techniques; Artificial Neural Network and Support Vector Machine with a total of 908 sample data sets. The objectives of research were 1) to create a model of trends analyze for decision to select high school study plans between sciences and mathematics plan and arts plan 2) to compare the performance of the selection of high school study plans model by Artificial Neural Network and Support Vector Machine techniques. It was found that when the data were used to find the percentage of accuracy by dividing of the training set; the training set was 80 percent and the testing set was 20 percent. The accuracy analyzing was as follows: 1)Artificial Neural Network 80 percent 2)Support Vector Machine 85 percent.</p> Thitichai Ruckbumrung, Patsagon Naewpraneet, Chonticha Puripanik, Pronsuda Choopun Copyright (c) 2023 Department of International Graduate Studies in Human Resource Development, Faculty of Education, Burapha University https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/270272 Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 THE ENHANCEMENT OF FAKE NEWS LITERACY SKILLS AND THE COMPARISON OF TEACHING APPROACHES FOR FAKE NEWS LITERACY https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/268214 <p>This research focused on the knowledge of fake news in foreign countries and Thailand and compared the effectiveness of different teaching methods on fake news awareness. The sample group consisted of people with knowledge about fake news from foreign countries and Thailand in 2017–2021 and youth groups in the city and outside the city. The results of the study revealed that the knowledge of fake news is 1) History, <br />2) Definition, 3) Characteristics, 4) Factors that induce recipients to believe the message 5) Detection Method 6) Impact; 7) Institutional Role in Problem Solving 8) Case studies, and 9) Law. When evaluating the effectiveness of various teaching methods, it was discovered that the scores of urban and out-of-town youngsters before and after the game, lecture, discussion, or blended training were significantly different. It was statistically significant at the.05 level that lecture training was appropriate for urban youth and blended training was appropriate for out-of-town youth. The blended training was good for both groups of youth. All industries should increase their understanding of false news and set up a fake news detecting center. The government should have the authority to manage digital media. Social responsibility should be emphasized in digital media. and Influencers should be the right senders. Other teaching techniques, geographies, and ages should be investigated and measured several times for research purposes.</p> Thawatchai Doungthai, Warat Karuchit Copyright (c) 2023 Department of International Graduate Studies in Human Resource Development, Faculty of Education, Burapha University https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/268214 Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 MIDDLE MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT FROM A PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: CASE STUDY OF THE JAPANESE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS SUBSIDIARY IN THAILAND https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/268096 <p>The objective of this research was to verify how a subsidiary of a Japanese automotive parts manufacturer in Thailand has transformed human resource development (HRD) for middle management in response to changes in its roles and requirements following business development and organizational maturity. This research employed a single case study approach as a qualitative research method, and data were collected from interviews, participant observation, and the company’s website. The research results showed middle management development as training and development was focused on acquiring the company-specific technical knowledge and skills to instruct subordinates for stable production through on-the-job training mainly for the early stage of the operation. Once the production process was on track, organizational development was conducted for middle management as leadership development for improving factory operations through active involvement in proposing the action plans to realize the company’s policies. This research also showed a perception gap in the HRD for middle management development between Japanese management and Thai middle management. Japanese management planned HRD with an awareness of enhancing organizational performance, but Thai middle management sought it with an awareness of enhancing individual capabilities. It was difficult to recognize those efforts as explicit HRD for the Thai middle management due to their implicit nature. Thus, Japanese manufacturers should offer an explicit training system and career path for Thai middle management to retain talented human resources for career development.</p> Takatoshi Hojo, Katsunori Kaneko Copyright (c) 2023 Department of International Graduate Studies in Human Resource Development, Faculty of Education, Burapha University https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/268096 Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700 STRATEGIES FOR RETAINING TOP TALENTS: MEETING THE EXPECTATIONS OF TALENTED EMPLOYEES IN ORGANIZATIONS https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/267756 <p>This academic paper's primary objective is to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the strategies modern businesses employ to retain their top talent. Using extant academic literature, the article begins by outlining the key characteristics that define talented employees. It then investigates the numerous factors that contribute to the high demand for such individuals in organizations. Following a discussion of talent and its significance, the article examines the obstacles companies face in their efforts to retain their most talented employees. These obstacles are discussed in the context of a rapidly transforming business environment, which includes intensified competition, changing employment expectations, and the growing significance of career advancement opportunities for talented individuals. The article provides a comprehensive comprehension of the obstacles organizations face in retaining talent by synthesizing scholarly insights and empirical research. In addition, the article provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of various strategies organizations can employ to effectively retain their top talent. These strategies, derived from a comprehensive review of academic literature, encompass a variety of aspects, including competitive compensation and benefits packages, fostering a conducive team environment, cultivating a positive and engaging work culture, implementing effective feedback mechanisms, providing ample opportunities for career growth and development, and promoting work-life balance initiatives. Each strategy is examined in detail, explicating their theoretical underpinnings and practical implications for organizations attempting to retain talented employees. This paper seeks to contribute to the existing body of knowledge regarding talent retention by combining academic perspectives and empirical evidence, thereby providing valuable insights for both researchers and practitioners. In addition, it functions as a comprehensive resource for organizational leaders, providing them with practical advice on how to retain and cultivate top talent within their respective organizations.</p> Wanvicechanee Tanoamchard Copyright (c) 2023 Department of International Graduate Studies in Human Resource Development, Faculty of Education, Burapha University https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HRDJ/article/view/267756 Wed, 27 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0700