School Administration by Technology Leadership

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สุนันทา สมใจ Sununta Somjai
วิชุดา กิจธรธรรม Wichuda Kijthorntham

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This article would like to present the management of the institute by technology leadership, including the benefits of technology and the integration of technology into education as part of the curriculum, to eliminate obstacles effectively, and better manage educational change, as well as the way to develop the technological leadership of the to  manage  effectively and most beneficial to the school.

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Sununta Somjai ส. ส., & Wichuda Kijthorntham ว. ก. (2018). School Administration by Technology Leadership. Dusit Thani College Journal, 12(1), 350–363. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/118328
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