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|Title:||Social Capitals of Schools in the FoE-SSRU’s Educational Service Area: A Case Study of Dusit District|
|Authors:||Associate Professor Supanan Sittilerd|
Associate Professor Dr. Rossukhon Makaramani
Associate Professor Malee Patanakul
|Abstract:||This research aims to study social capitals and suggestions for conservation, restoration and development of social capitals in Dusit district’s schools which are designated to be educational service areas of the Faculty of Education, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University (FoE-SSRU). Population includes administrators in 16 schools. A group of samples includes 317 school teachers. A combination of quantitative and qualitative research methodology has been applied. Data are collected from focus group meetings, group interviews, and records of social capitals. Descriptive statistics are used for analyzing data. The results yield that the schools in Dusit District have 4 types of social capitals as follows: 1) Human Capitals: Talents relating computer, sport, Thai music, and art (93.75%, 87.50%, 81.25%, และ 68.75% respectively); knowledge of school rules and regulations (100%); experiences of being experts (75%); values regarding responsibility and regulation-oriented (75%). For human capitals concerning high spirit consist of pleasing to help others, joy of family life, happy in daily life, job security, positive thinking and optimistic, cheerful friendship, and being impartial (( X = 8.91, 8.84, 8.70, 8.67, 8.66, 8.51, and 8.24 respectively). 2) Cultural Capitals: Respecting seniority/greeting with Wai, Wai Kru ceremony, Buddhism-related tradition, Loy Krathong tradition, and consolidation (100%, 100%, 93.80%, 68.80%, and 68.80% respectively). 3) Intellectual Capitals: Afforesting/ planting in schools, plant conservation/ botanical garden, tacit knowledge from works, and knowledge from brethren-like relationship and from elders (93.75%, 87.50%, 87.50% and 87.50% respectively). 4) Institutional Capitals: Collaboration with other institutions, governmental sectors, communities, parents, private sectors, religious places, school boards, and alumni (100%, 81.25%, 75.00%, 68.75%, 56.25%, 50.00%, 37.50% and 18.75% respectively). Suggestions for conservation, restoration and development of social capitals in Dusit District’s schools are: establishing information centers for all 4 social capitals, informing stakeholders to involve in conservation, restoration, and development of schools’ social capitals, educating school staffs, pupils, and community residences on local knowledge and wisdom, and setting corporative networks and exchanging knowledge of developmental framework on schools’ social capitals (93.8%, 87.50%, 75.00% and 68.80% respectively|
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