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Title: Effective Management of School Scouting Program by Applying Plan-Do-Check-Act Model
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Authors: BANDANA GURUNG
Bandana Gurung
Jitima Wannasri
จิติมา วรรณศรี
Naresuan University. Faculty of Education
Keywords: Management
Scouting Program
Scout Leader
Bhutan
Issue Date:  4
Publisher: Naresuan University
Abstract: The purposes of this research were: (1) to study the management of the scouting program in schools under the Central Region, Bhutan, (2) to compare the management of the scouting program in schools under the Central Region, Bhutan as classified by gender of scout leaders and levels of school, and (3) to study the guidelines to enhance the management of the scouting program in schools in Bhutan. The sample for the study comprised 178 scout leaders who worked in schools under the Central Region, Bhutan in 2019. The research instrument was the questionnaire from the literature review and management of the school scouting program. A rating scale of 5 measurement levels was used for the response format. Statistical techniques used for data analyses were frequency, percentage, arithmetic mean, standard deviation, and t-test. This study identified the importance of the school scouting program and reports the findings of a mixed-mode study involving the development of guidelines to enhance effective management of the scouting program in schools in Bhutan. Applying the PDCA (Plan-Do- Check and Act) model, the research catered to study the management of scouting program using 178 scout leaders and 4 experts in the field of scouting. The researcher used quantitative and qualitative methods to collect data that were subjected to statistical analyses. The result analyses by the participating scout leaders and experts revealed that guidelines to enhance effective management of the scouting program in schools had been found imperative to strengthen the school scouting program. This study thus made significant contributions to the management of school scouting program literature extending it to the school-based youth programs in the Bhutanese education context and beyond. The findings were as follows: 1. The result showed that the overall level of agreement of the respondents on the management of the scouting program was at an agreed level. 2. The result showed that the overall differences in gender of scout leaders and levels of the schools had no significant difference. 3. The result revealed that guidelines to enhance management of the scouting program in schools had been found imperative to strengthen the school scouting program. The study had profound implications for the development of guidelines with respect to the use of the PDCA (Plan-Do- Check and Act) model for the improvement of the scouting program.
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Description: Master of Education (M.Ed.)
การศึกษามหาบัณฑิต (กศ.ม.)
URI: http://nuir.lib.nu.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/2566
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