https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/issue/feed RATANABUTH JOURNAL 2024-04-28T10:51:24+07:00 อ.ดร.พิกุล มีมานะ journal26976641@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p><strong> RATANABUTH JOURNAL</strong> ISSN : 2697-6641(Print), ISSN : 2822-0080(Online) this is a 4-month academic journal. (3 issues per year, No. 1 January – April, No. 2 May-August, No. 3 September-December). Objectives to publish research articles and academic articles for researchers, academics, faculty, and students including religion, philosophy, law, political science, public administration, linguistics, applied studies, and other interdisciplinary areas.</p> <p> Articles to be considered for publication to passed the consideration 3 peer reviews in the form of a hearing (Peer-Reviewed) before publishing and was a double blinded assessment. The consideration of publishing articles in both Thai and English.</p> <p> Views and opinions contained in the articles as <strong>RATANABUTH JOURNAL</strong>, it is the responsibility of the author of the article and is not regarded as the viewpoint of the editorial teams as <strong>RATANABUTH JOURNAL</strong>, copyright in not reserved, bur provides references of attribution.</p> https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/3956 Effect of Learning Management by Using Problem Based Learning toward Learning Achievement and Scientific Problem-Solving Ability of Prathomsuksa 6 Students 2023-12-07T20:19:39+07:00 warangkana wichiansri warangkana.wic@bru.ac.th Surachai Piyanukool surachai.piy@bru.ac.th Wanthanee Namsawat wanthanee.nam@bru.ac.th <p>The purposes of this research were 1) compare the learning achievement of Prathomsuksa 6 students before and after learning through Problem-based Learning, 2) compare the scientific problem-solving ability after learning with 70 percent criterion. 3) investigate the students’ satisfaction toward learning management by using Problem-based Learning. The samples of this study were 21 students of Prathomsuksa 6 students studying in the first semester of academic year 2023 at Watjamarom School, Kasetwisai District, Roiet Province. They were selected by Cluster Random Sampling. The research instrument included: 1) lesson plans for world phenomena and natural disasters, 2) achievement tests, 3) scientific problem-solving ability test, 4) satisfaction questionnaire. Data were analyzed using percentage, mean, standard deviation, Dependent Sample t-test and One Sample t-test.</p> <p> The results of the study were as follows: 1) Learning achievement scores of Prathomsuksa 6 students after learning management by using Problem-based Learning were significantly higher than before learning at a .05 statistical level or 59.15 percent. 2) Scientific problem-solving ability scores of Prathomsuksa 6 students after learning were higher than the specified 70 criteria at a .05 statistical level. The percentage of the scores was 84.50 3) Student’s satisfaction towards Problem-based Learning as a whole was at a high level. The most satisfaction is the content is useful for daily life.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4270 The Community Collaboration to Prevent the Gambling in Local Traditions of Yasothon Province 2024-01-30T08:56:55+07:00 Worachet Tho-un worachet.th@mbu.ac.th Jamras Budhapong worachet.th@mbu.ac.th Phamaha Paijit Uttamadhammo (SaKong) worachet.th@mbu.ac.th <p>This research aims to examine the characteristics, methods of gambling, and the pattern of community cooperation in preventing gambling in local customs within the territory of Yasothon Province. The research findings indicate that the perception of the characteristics, patterns, and methods of gambling in local customs in all three dimensions has a high average value ( <img title="x\bar{}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?x\bar{}" />=4.13). The community holds a two-dimensional perspective: a positive perspective reflects that gambling in customs is part of community heritage transmission, a recreational activity, a forum for community discussion, and a source of income from community gambling customs. The negative perspective reflects that gambling contradicts moral principles, leads to public intoxication, violates religious and legal principles, and gamblers or gambling businesses often use customs as an excuse for gambling, benefiting themselves with support from influential individuals, leading to the dominance of the gambling area by those with power. The pattern of preventing gambling in accordance with local customs involves incorporating the principles of royal morality into community development, comprising four contexts: (1) comprehensive community participation and appropriate self-control, (2) the state should establish social policy frameworks and social funds suitable for strengthening community resilience, (3) the principle of unity and cooperation can address community problems, and (4) royal morality is suitable for enhancing community resilience.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/3984 Human capital development model of sub-district municipal officials in the lower northeastern provinces 1 2023-12-27T23:51:39+07:00 Kittiyakan Duangpakdeeram champdh999@gmail.com Saovalak Kosonkittiumporn saovalakkk@hotmail.com Sanya Kenaphoom zumsa_17@hotmail.com <p>The objectives of this research are as follows: 1) study the level of human capital development of sub-district municipal officials. 2) study factors affecting the human capital development of sub-district municipal officials. 3) create and confirm the human capital development model of sub-district municipal officials. The sample group was employees of local government organizations of sub-district municipalities. In the lower northeastern province group 1, a total of 400 people. The tool used was a 5-level rating scale questionnaire. Data were analyzed using averages. standard deviation and structural equation model analysis. The results of the research found that 1) the level of human capital development of sub-district municipal officials Overall it was at the highest level ( = 4.51). 2) Factors that affect the development of human capital of sub-district municipal officials include sustaining factors and achievement motivation factors. Both variables can jointly explain the variation in human capital development among sub-district municipal officials. Correctly 94.70 percent (R<sup>2</sup> = 0.947). Human capital development model of sub-district municipal officials consists of human capital development model, sustaining factors, and achievement motivation factors. Results confirming the human capital development model of sub-district municipal officials. at the highest level and has a consistency value The interquartile scores were less than 1.5 for all approaches, with the model having a high level of appropriateness. The results of creating human capital development of sub-district municipal officials found that human capital development consists of developing personnel characteristics. leadership development Commitment to the organization corporate culture information technology system Career advancement, compensation, worker-supervisor relationship Relationships with co-workers and working environment</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4430 Development of Competency in Active Learning Management of Teachers That Affects Student Quality at Banpamaisahakorn School Buriram Primary Educational Service Area Office 3 2024-03-08T11:53:55+07:00 Pawinee Thungthaisong angkor1234@hotmail.com <p>The research aims to 1) Develop the competency in active learning management of teachers at Ban Pa Pa Mai Sahakorn School.2) Study the results of using the model for developing competency in active learning management of teachers at Ban Pa Pa Sakorn School.The sample group consisted of 27 teachers who received the development and students, which were obtained using a simple random sampling method.The tools used in the research are Structured interviews, assessments, tests, and questionnaires.Basic statistics include frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. Statistics used for comparison were One Sample t-test and Two Sample t-test, t-test for Dependent, and qualitative data were analyzed using content analysis.</p> <p> The results of the research found that: 1) The development of teachers' competency in active learning management was found to be1.1) Creating guidelines for developing teachers' competency in active learning management. Consists of 6 steps of operations:Step 1 Setting goals Step 2 Development planning Step 3 Development operations It consists of five steps of active learning management: 3.1) building inspiration, 3.2) learning from practice, 3.3) reflection, 3.4) discussion and conclusion, and 3.5) application of knowledge and evaluation. Step 4: Monitoring and evaluating, Step 5: Reflecting on results, and Step 6: Dissemination to all involved parties.1.2) The model for developing competency in active learning management is appropriate at a high level. and each component of the learning management competency development process is consistent with one another.2) The results of using the model for developing teachers' active learning competencies that affect student quality were found.2.1) The competency in active learning management of the teachers who received the development was at a very good level. 2.2) Grade 4 students had a higher average academic achievement score after learning than before learning. Statistically significant at the .05 level. 2.3) Grade 4 students had a higher mean score in analytical thinking ability after studying than before, with statistical significance at the .05 level.2.4) Students are satisfied with the active learning management by the teachers who received the development at a high level. The average satisfaction level is different from the average value that is the criterion value. Statistically significant at the level of .05 and higher than the criterion average. 2.5) Teachers who received the development were satisfied with the model for developing teachers' active learning competencies that affected the quality of learners. At the highest level 2.6) Participants were satisfied with the exhibition of student work. at the highest level</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4297 Enhancing the Anti-Corruption Network by Applying Buddhist Principles in Roi Et Province 2024-02-09T13:13:00+07:00 Phrametheewatcharaphorn prakruvijit2508@gmail.com Wongchanok Jumrearnsan banjong.law@mbu.ac.th Banjong Lawalee puysound1@hotmail.com Amorn Ueakit banjong.law@mbu.ac.th Chomphunut Srisuk banjong.law@mbu.ac.th <p>This research aims to 1) study the Network Empowerment for Anti-corruption by Applying the Principles of Buddhism in Roi Et Province, 2) develop a model for strengthening anti-corruption networks by applying Buddhist principles in Roi Et Province. 3) evaluate a model for strengthening anti-corruption networks by applying Buddhist principles in Roi Et Province. The sample consisted of 350 subjects’ monks and government officials of personnel in Mahamakut Buddhist University Roi Et Campus. Statistics utilized for processing data embraced frequencies, percentages, means and standard deviations. The results showed that 1) strengthening the anti-corruption network by applying Buddhist principles in Roi Et Province. Overall, it is at the highest level. 2) Model for strengthening the anti-corruption network by applying Buddhist principles in Roi Et Province. Consisting of input factors including public/private organizations, temples, houses/communities, schools, transformation processes. Transformation Process includes operations according to the PAOR cycle and output factors include the anti-corruption network by applying Buddhist principles in Roi Et Province. 3. Satisfaction with the model for strengthening the anti-corruption network by applying Buddhist principles in Roi Et Province. Overall, it is at a high level.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/3981 Model for Developing Administrative Competencies of Mayors of Sub-district Municipalities in the Northeastern Region 2023-12-16T12:19:05+07:00 Wichai Sreesaket sreesaket@hotmail.com Saovalak Kosonkittiumporn saovalakkk@hotmail.com Sanya Kenaphoom zumsa_17@hotmail.com <p>The administrative problem of sub-district municipalities in the Northeast still lacks strategic management. Strategic management operations are still inconsistent with the principles, concepts, and theories of strategic management for sustainable development. There was an inappropriate strategy implemented. both transforming strategies into practice Including using the leadership of the mayor of the subdistrict municipality. Personnel's ability to perform their duties is not good enough. Lack of high professional standards of work There is still a lack of implementation of the competency management system, including recruitment and personnel selection. performance evaluation Personnel development and compensation. The objectives of this research are 1) study the level of administrative competency of mayors of subdistrict municipalities 2) to study factors affecting the development of administrative competencies of mayors of subdistrict municipalities 3) To create and confirm a model for developing the administrative competencies of mayors of sub-district municipalities. The sample group was the president of the local government organization of the subdistrict municipality. In the northeastern region, there were 360 ​​people. The tool used was a rating scale questionnaire. Data were analyzed using average values. standard deviation and structural equation model analysis. The results of the research found that 1) the level of administrative competency of mayors of sub-district municipalities in the northeastern region Overall, it was at the highest level ( = 4.57). 2) Factors affecting the development of administrative competencies of the mayors of subdistrict municipalities. In the northeastern region, these include factors in the potential of public sector management. Factors in achievement motivation and strategic management factors. All three variables together can explain variation in mayors' administrative performance. 95.20% correct (R<sup>2</sup> = 0.952) 3) Model for developing the administrative competencies of mayors of sub-district municipalities in the Northeast, consisting of a model for developing administrative competencies. Potential of public sector management Achievement motivation and strategic management the results confirm the model for developing the administrative competency of mayors of sub-district municipalities in the northeastern region. at the highest level and has a consistency value Interquartile less than 1.5 for all approaches. The format is appropriate at a high level. The results of creating a model for developing the administrative competency of mayors of sub-district municipalities in the Northeast found that the model for developing administrative competency includes leadership development, good governance, morality, ethics, and compliance with legal regulations. strategic planning Interpersonal relations Listening to problems and giving advice teamwork Creating values ​​in the organization to create unity self control Dealing with various situations, analyzing, distinguishing, managing problems, teaching, and delegating work. and counseling assistance.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4041 Guidelines for Development of Teachers for the 21st Century Learning Management of Schools under Mahasarakham Provincial Administrative Organization 2024-01-02T10:19:50+07:00 Napatchaya Laoseenart 64010581022@msu.ac.th Tharinthorn Namwan 64010581022@msu.ac.th <p>The objectives of this research were to: Study the current conditions, desirable condition, need assessment and guidelines for development of teachers for the 21<sup>st</sup> century learning management of schools under Mahasarakham provincial administrative organization. The research was divided into four phases as follow; phase 1; study the current conditions, desirable condition and need assessment of developing teacher in learning management for 21<sup>st</sup> century. The research sample consists of 39 school administrators and 166 teachers. The research instrument was questionnaire for study the current conditions, desirable condition for development of teachers for the 21<sup>st</sup> century learning management. phase 2; study the guidelines for development of teachers for the 21<sup>st</sup> century learning management. The key informants group include 6 school administrators and teachers in school was best practices of learning management and 9 experts for assess suitability possibility of guideline. The research instrument were interview form, Data were analyzed by content analysis and assessment form of guidelines, Data were analyzed by the mean and standard deviation.</p> <p> The results found that: 1. The current state in overall was high average and the desirable state in overall was in the highest level. The need assessment rank from high to low level was 1) Assessment for learning 2) Child-centered learning 3) Cooperative Learning 4) Technology base Learning. 2. The development guidelines of teacher in learning management for 21st century consist of 19 guidelines as follows: 1) Assessment for learning, 3 guidelines 2) Child-centered learning, 5 guidelines 3) Cooperative Learning, 5 guidelines 4) Technology base Learning, 6 guidelines. The evaluation of guidelines, feasibility and utility was the highest in overall.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4091 Community Participation in Waste Management in the Nikhom Kham Soi Subdistrict Municipality Nikhom Kham Soi District Mukdahan Province 2024-01-02T10:40:46+07:00 Wachira Armatmontree wachira3820@gmail.com Naruemon Thommong wachira3820@gmail.com Vitayathorn Dangard vitayathorn972@gmail.com Chatchai Lakorn Chatchaijjj999@gmail.com Kreangkrai Boonprachong kreangkai.omo@gmail.com Chanphan Sichompoo Chanphan@gmail.com Sanook Singmatr arthidys2019@gmail.com <p>Study of Community participation in waste management In the Nikhom Kham Soi Subdistrict Municipality Nikhom Kham Soi District Mukdahan Province The objectives are 1) to study community participation in waste management in Nikhom Kham Soi Subdistrict Municipality. Nikhom Kham Soi District Mukdahan Province 2) to compare community participation in waste management and 3. to study recommendations for community participation in waste management. The sample group used in this research included people living in the Nikhom Kham Soi Subdistrict Municipality community. Nikhom Kham Soi District Mukdahan Province, 364 people. The instrument used in the study was a questionnaire. Statistical data analysis: percentages, means, and standard deviations. Comparative analysis of public participation using t-test statistics and one-way ANOVAR. The results of the study found that 1. Community participation in waste management in Nikhom Kham Soi Subdistrict Municipality. Nikhom Kham Soi District Mukdahan Province Overall it is at a high level. When considering each aspect, it was found that participation was at a high level in every aspect. 2. Results of comparing community participation in waste management in Nikhom Kham Soi Subdistrict Municipality. Nikhom Kham Soi District Mukdahan Province, classified according to gender, age, education level, and occupation, were not different in any way. 3. As for recommendations obtained from the research, the subdistrict municipality should organize activities that promote public participation in waste management. There should be knowledge, attitudes, and behavior on solid waste management for the people, promoting study tours on waste management according to the context or other organizations that have been successful in waste management in the community. and community participation in waste management and the municipality should encourage people to be aware of the problem and have a good attitude towards participating in waste management.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/3982 Modern Management Model of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region 2023-12-16T16:57:57+07:00 Angkarat Detwattanayotin jad193891@gmail.com Yupaporn Yupas yupaporn_yu1@yahoo.com <p>The objectives of this research are 1) to study the modern management level of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region 2) to study factors influencing modern management of sub-district Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region and 3) to create and confirm a modern management model of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region The study consisted of 3 steps: Step 1: Study of the modern management level of Subdistrict Administrative Organizations in the Northeastern Region. Step 2: Studying the factors influencing the modern management of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeast Region. Step 3: Creating and confirming the modern management model of the Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region.</p> <p><strong> </strong>The research results found that</p> <ol> <li>Modern management of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern region, overall, operations are at the highest level.</li> <li>Study of factors influencing modern management of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region, it was found that the factors of good governance in organizations. The weight of the observed variables is between 0.74-0.92. Organizational management factors. The weight of the observed variables is between 0.67-0.89. Modern leadership factors of executives. The weight of the observed variables is between 0.87-0.93. <br />Civil political factors. The weight of the observed variables is between 0.79-0.98. Modern management factors. The weight of the observed variables is between 0.86-0.96.</li> <li>Creation and confirmation of the modern management model of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region. It was found that the modern management model of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region consists of: 1) Organizational management of environmental factors. External includes (1) modern management (2) civic politics, 2) Organizational management, internal factors include (1) organizational management, (2) good governance in the organization, (3) modern leadership of executives, and (4) success tools, 3) conditions and limitations in Modern management includes (1) organizational management of external environmental factors, (2) organizational management of internal factors, and (3) achieving goals. Confirming the modern management model of the Subdistrict Administrative Organization in the Northeastern Region, it was found that the overall picture was appropriate at the highest level and has the highest level of possibility.</li> </ol> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4178 Skills of School Administrators in the 21st Century in Nongnae-Phonngam Network under Yasothon Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 2024-01-08T10:47:17+07:00 Phitchadapat Chuangchote imoonetii@gmail.com Charoenwit Sompongtam imoonetii@gmail.com <p>The objective of this research was to study and identify ways to develop the skills of school administrators in the 21<sup>st </sup>century within the Nongnae-Phonngam network group, under the jurisdiction of the Primary Education Area Office, Yasothon Region 2. The study involved two groups: a population group of 120 individuals and a sample group of 92 individuals. The data collection tool for the quantitative research was a questionnaire comprising 5 levels, measuring approximate values. The questionnaire demonstrated good discriminative power (r) is 0.52, and a reliability value of 0.98. The sampling method employed was a stratified random sampling technique. Statistical analyses of the data included mean ( ), standard deviation (S.D.), and content analysis.</p> <p> The research findings are as follows:</p> <ol> <li>The skills of school administrators in the 21<sup>st</sup> century within the Nong Han-Phongam network group, affiliated with the Primary Education Area Office, Yasothon Region 2, were found to be generally high ( = 3.85, S.D. = 0.66).</li> <li>Developmental strategies for the skills of school administrators in the 21<sup>st</sup> century, covering eight dimensions, were identified. These strategies form a model of skill and competency development crucial for administrators. They can be applied as guidelines for adjusting behavior and self-development, fostering effective educational leadership, gaining respect, accepting authority, and leading the organization towards success.</li> </ol> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4044 Factors affecting the prevention of corruption in cooperatives in the area of Cooperative Audit Office 4 2024-01-02T10:15:41+07:00 Wirapha Siengwan wanwisachmphuwises69@gmail.com Sanya Kenaphum zumsa_17@hotmail.com Saovalak Kosonkittiumporn saovalakkk@hotmail.com <p>The objectives of this research are 1) to study factors affecting the prevention of corruption of cooperatives in the area of the Cooperative Audit Office No. 4 and 2) to study recommendations for developing the prevention of corruption of cooperatives in the area of the Cooperative Audit Office. Cooperative No. 4 The sample group used in the research was the cooperative operating committee in the area of Cooperative Audit Office No. 4, numbering 320 people, using the selection method using the Yamanae formula. Tools used to collect data It is a 5-level rating scale questionnaire. Data was analyzed using frequency distribution, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. and multiple linear regression analysis The results of the research found that 1) Factors that affect the prevention of corruption in cooperatives in the area of Cooperative Audit Office No. 4 include factors in the efficiency of internal control of cooperatives. Factors in strict law enforcement measures Member awareness factors and the factor of fear of corruption They can jointly predict the prevention of corruption in cooperatives in the area of Cooperative Audit Office No. 4 with statistical significance at the level of .05 R2 = 0.323 and can predict the prevention of corruption in cooperatives by 32.30 percent. 2) Suggestions in Developing the prevention of corruption in cooperatives in the area of Cooperative Audit Office No. 4 means that cooperatives must develop work guidelines based on good internal control principles. Preparation of strategic plans and risk management plans Establishing policies on preventing corruption in cooperatives and setting ethical guidelines for operations.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4198 The Assessment of the White School Project Case study of ASEAN International Studies Kindergarten School drugs-free and mischief 2024-01-10T10:44:22+07:00 Tanaporn Charoonnimmarn sophahai@gmai.com <p>The objective is to evaluate the white school program of ASEAN International Studies Kindergarten School, Drugs-Free and mischief, according to CIPPIEST model. The assessment was carried out between July 16, 2022, and October 31, 2022. Evaluation form for the White School Program, ASEAN International Studies Kindergarten School, Drugs-Free and mischief. The overall assessment of the white school program, ASEAN International Studies Kindergarten School, Drugs-Free and mischief, had the highest level of quality. The benefit of this assessment makes an understanding of avoiding drugs and mischief, and the benefits of this assessment make them aware of information that reflects operational problems and obstacles. To utilize the planning and improvement of the operation to promote the quality of students of ASEAN International Studies Kindergarten School.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4396 Preservation and Innovative Development of Yangjiang Kite Cultural Heritage 2024-03-02T17:56:15+07:00 Zeng Jicai vivan898@hotmail.com Wanchai kaewsaisoon vivan898@hotmail.com <p>Kites originating in China have been an important historical culture for a long time. That has happened for thousands of years. and developed until it became a unique culture. It is found in the Yangjiang region which is the southern border and Weifang which is the northern border. Kite culture therefore has historical origins dating back thousands of years. And it is of great importance for Yangjiang. However, the fast pace of modern life has made people gradually forget China's 5,000 years. of history and culture while seeking a higher quality of life.The objective of this research is to study the history, evolution, and inheritance process of Yangjiang kites. and collect relevant material information by analyzing the creativity and innovation of the kite cultural heritage in Yangjiang City. To study the positive impact on future development through cultural heritage innovation.</p> <p> The research results reveal the historical background, evolution, and succession process of Yangjiang kites. and related materials Including guidelines for the innovation process of kite cultural heritage in Yangjiang. and adopt innovative design for future development through modeling the structure, materials and style of Yangjiang kites as cultural heritage for future protection and sustainable development.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4355 A Management Model to Promoting the Quality of Life of the Elderly in Mahasarakham Province According to Brahmavihara 4 2024-02-21T10:00:13+07:00 Phrakruchairattanakorn med.mburec@hotmail.com Prapit Boranmool prapit101@yahoo.com Adisak Tumanan prapit101@yahoo.com Kitsanai Ratsaensee prapit101@yahoo.com Banjong Lawalee banjong.law@mbu.ac.th <p>The objectives research article were 1) to study the promotion of quality of life of the elderly in Mahasarakham province according to the Brahmavihara 4 principle and 2) to create a model to promote the quality of life of the elderly in Mahasarakham province according to the Brahmavihara 4 principle. It is qualitative research conducted by 30 key contributors, namely the elderly or elders in Mahasarakham province 15 people, the local sages in Mahasarakham province 10 people and religious scholars 5 people. The tools used to collect data are intermediaries. Data analysis using Content Analysis Technique.</p> <p> The research found that 1. Promoting the quality of life of the elderly in Mahasarakham province According to the Brahmavihara 4 principle, 1) Physical aspects are agencies involved in promoting the quality of life of the elderly must cooperate in organizing health promotion projects for the elderly continuously. 2) The mental aspect is to apply the principles of Buddhist teachings and beliefs as a guide for life. Practice developing one's mind by praying and meditating, regularly attending temples, making merit. 3) Housing: Government agencies should promote and support housing care. Providing an appropriate and safe environment for the elderly living in poverty in the area. 4) social relations: to promote and encourage the elderly and people in the community to participate in religious activities according to cultural traditions and important dates to create love and harmony among the community. 2. The management models to promoting the quality of life of the elderly. 1) The principle of kindness is that the elderly should have love and goodwill and have a friendly spirit towards family members. 2) The main aspect of kindness is saying good things with love. kindness and good wishes to one another. 3) The main aspect of Muthita is happiness when others are well and happy and has a bright mind. 4) The principle of euphemism is that one should consider things according to their reality and without bias.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 วารสารวิชาการรัตนบุศย์ https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4431 Khun Khon Ching Thong: the Tradition of a Boat Race for Monks in a Procession, Lang Suan District, Chumphon Province. Conservation and Inheritance to Promote the Management of Learning History Subjects 2024-03-08T11:54:29+07:00 Thanat Yanthong angkor1234@hotmail.com <p>Research on Khun Khon Ching Thong: Tradition of the boat race parade, Lang Suan District, Chumphon Province, conservation and continuation. To promote the learning of history subjects.Its purpose is to 1) To conserve and preserve Khun khon ching tong Boat Race Traditional of Lungsuan District, Chumphon Province. 2) To promote the learning of historical subjects for 6th Grade of Bantupwang School. Research areas include: Bantupwang School, Bankuan Subdistrict, Lungsuan District, Chumphon Province.</p> <p> Sample group divided into groups as follows 1) Key informant is a group of individuals who provide in-depth information. History, traditions, rituals and social that about Khun khon ching tong Boat Race Traditional of Lungsuan District, Chumphon Province amount 20 people. 2) Casual informant is the person who procession participate or competitor Khun khon ching tong Boat Race amount 30 people. 3) General informant is the people of Lungsuan District, Chumphon Province that ever been or ever watching the Khun khon ching tong Boat Race. By interview, Feature Analysis and present the results in a descriptive analytical.</p> <p> Research has found that 1) The background of result is a historical study of Khun khon ching tong Boat Race of Lungsuan District, Chumphon Province for in order to be a new knowledge to learn about historical subjects for 6th Grade of Bantupwang School. 2) New knowledge of teaching and learning “Khun khon ching tong Boat Race Boat Race of Lungsuan District, Chumphon Province Story” to administer teaching historical subjects for 6th Grade of Bantupwang School by way of historical 5 step process as follows: 1) Determination issues 2) Gathering evidence 3) The analysiss, Interpretation and Assess evidence 4) summary and associate facts. The study evidence, the study found that Related information 5) Facts present from check of student’s work, recording a local historical story show that Student have a better understanding about how the history of the 5 stages as well. It is possible to bring historical stories on Khun khon ching tong traditions Boat Race of Lungsuan District, Chumphon Province. Overall student of 6th Grade study in historical subjects through all pass the assessment criteria</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4093 Community Participation in Solving Drug Problems Case Study: Ban Kham Phai Nuea, Kham Phai Subdistrict, Thai Charoen District, Yasothon Province 2024-01-02T10:59:03+07:00 Authai Srimamueang jrcom6746@gmail.com Natthathida Naijit natthathida03@gmail.com Jiratchaya Tarakajad jrcom6746@gmail.com Santanee Jarunet santanee.p13@gmail.com Sunwanan Seedee Sunwananth849@gmail.com Kreangkrai Boonprachong kreangkai.omo@gmail.com Chanphan Sichompoo Chanphan@gmail.com Sanook Singmart singmart2512@gmail.com <p>The objectives of this research are 1) to study community participation in solving the drug problem in Ban Kham Phai Nuea, Kham Phai Subdistrict, Thai Charoen District, Yasothon Province 2) to compare community participation in solving the problem. Drugs in Ban Kham Phai Nuea with different genders, ages, education, and occupations, and 3. To suggest ways to solve the drug problem in Ban Kham Phai Nuea. The sample group used in this research was 241 people living in the Ban Kham Phai Nuea community area. The tool used in the research was a questionnaire. Analyze data Including percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test statistics, one-way ANOVAR statistics and content analysis (Content Analysis). The research results found that Community participation in solving the drug problem in Ban Kham Phai Nuea, Kham Phai Subdistrict, Thai Charoen District, Yasothon Province is overall at a high level. When considering each aspect, it was found that participation was at a high level in every aspect. Comparative results of community participation in solving drug problems Ban Kham Phai Nuea is classified by gender, age, and educational level. And different occupations are not different in any way. As for the suggestions obtained from the research, it was found that: 1. Participation in awareness The first person to know is the family member. Should urgently notify community leaders and plan to solve problems together. 2. Community leaders should organize discussions within the community between community leaders and people within the community. 3. Proposing solutions to problems. Community leaders must brainstorm ideas and suggestions to solve the drug problem in their community. 4. Participation in decision-making. Community leaders should have the decision to choose the clearest and fairest way to solve the drug problem. and 5. Evaluation of success: Community leaders should evaluate the results of drug problem solving and regularly follow up on the results of drug problem solving.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4032 The Guidelines for Development Creative Leadership of School Administrators Under the Roi Et Vocational Education Office 2023-12-20T09:39:37+07:00 Wachchira Wannapapo w46053570@hotmail.com Pongphop Phoojomjit anupongto47@gmail.com <p>The educational school administrators are considered important people in organizing the academic administration, budget management, personnel management and general administration to achieve efficiency and effectiveness. The educational school administrators must use their administrative abilities in educational school. The especially having creative leadership, which is an absolute necessity for educational administrators today. The research aims to 1) study the current state, desirable state and needs assessment for creative leadership of school administrators under the Roi Et vocational education office, and 2) study the guidelines for development creative leadership of school administrators under the Roi Et vocational education office. The research is divided into two phases: Phase 1 : study the current state, desirable state and needs assessment for creative leadership of school administrators. The sample group consists of 381 administrators and. The research instrument was questionnaire five scale, validity index between 0.61-1.00 and reliability at 0.96. Data analysis includes percentage, mean, standard deviation and using the Modified Priority Needs Index technique to prioritize needs. I Phase 2 : study the guidelines for development creative leadership of school administrators. The target groups are 7 experts for studying the development guideline and 7 experts for assessment the development guideline, The research instrument was semi-structured interview form and assessment form the suitability and feasibility of development guideline.</p> <p> The research results found that : 1. The current state in overall was moderate level, the desirable state in overall was in the hight level, the needs assessment rank from high to low level was Imagination, Creativity, Vision, Flexibility and Adaptability, Individual awareness. 2. The guidelines for development creative leadership of school administrators under the Roi Et vocational education office consisting of 1) principles and reasons 2) objectives 3) content 4) development process and 5) measurement and evaluation. The results of the assessment of the appropriateness of the guidelines are at a high level and the feasibility is at the highest level.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4407 People’s Participation in Location Development in Ham Subdistrict Municipality, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province 2024-03-02T17:04:48+07:00 Phra Sanya Tanpunno (Janravang) sanya080033@gmail.com Apirom Sidakham sanya080033@gmail.com Noppadon Panyaweeratat sanya080033@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this research article is to study the levels, compare and solve problems, obstacles, and suggestions for public participation in local development in Fa Ham Subdistrict Municipality, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. It is a combined method research. Between quantitative research and qualitative research in quantitative research the sample group was 379 people in the Fa Ham Subdistrict Municipality. Data were collected using a questionnaire. Analyze data Using statistics such as frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. Pearson correlation coefficient, t-test, F-test. Qualitative research with in-depth interviews with a group of 10 key informants/person. Data were analyzed using content analysis techniques.</p> <p>​ The results of the study found that 1) the level of public participation in local development in Fa Ham Subdistrict Municipality, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province, including the principles of Aparihaniyadhamma. Overall, it is at the highest level. and the participation of government networks and citizens in all 4 areas, overall, at the highest level. 2) The results of comparing public participation on public participation in local development in the municipality. Fa Ham Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province Classified according to personal factors It was found that people of different genders, ages, education levels, and occupations had different opinions on public participation in local development in Fa Ham Subdistrict Municipality, Mueang District, Chiang Mai Province. Overall different Statistically significant at 0.05 3) Problems and obstacles regarding people's participation in local development. It was found that there was a lack of participation in presenting problems or needs of the network in local development. Lack of participation and observation Collaboration of external stakeholders who participate in local development Lack of follow-up on project performance or activities related to local development and suggestions for ways of participation of citizens in local development It was found that participation in decision-making and planning procedures should be encouraged. Carrying out local development work Participation in consideration and inspection should be encouraged. Review and revise projects or activities in local development before putting them into practice.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4435 Administration Model for Academic Work in Teaching and Learning of Educational Personnel Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 2024-03-08T12:08:23+07:00 Ratthaphon Pinphong angkor1234@hotmail.com Sopee Wiwatchankit angkor1234@hotmail.com Jumpol Wongsorn angkor1234@hotmail.com <p>The purpose of this research is to 1) Study the problems of educational institution administration in academic work on teaching and learning management. 2) Create an educational institution administration model for academic work in teaching and learning.3) Evaluate the appropriateness and feasibility of the school administration model for academic work in teaching and learning. of educational personnel Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office 2Using a mixed methods research method, the sample group used in this research consisted of 2 groups: 385 educational personnel. Using Taro Yamane 's sample size table, the first phase of data was collected using a questionnaire to analyze the data and find the average. Standard deviation, phase 2, sample group is educational institution director leader Teachers and educational personnel, a total of 6 people, using an interview form. group chat Analyze content data and phase 3 using the appropriateness and feasibility assessment form. Data were analyzed by finding the average. standard deviation.</p> <p>The results of the study found that Conditions of educational institution administration problems in academic work regarding teaching and learning. of educational personnel Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office, Area 2 overall is at a high level. And from the group discussion it was found that educational institution administration model for academic work in teaching and learning of educational personnel Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office, Area 2. The appropriate format consists of 4 elements. That is, the side consists of Preparation of learning plans in terms of choosing innovative media and learning technology Supervision of teaching and learning and measurement and evaluation of learning outcomes Results of the evaluation of the appropriateness and feasibility of the school administration model for academic work in teaching and learning. of educational personnel Nong Khai Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 is overall at the highest level.</p> <p><strong>Keyword:</strong> Educational Institution Administration Model; Academic Work; Teaching and Learning Management</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4094 -Community Participation in Drug Prevention and Surveillance. Case Study: Ban Kut Sathien Sang Ming Subdistrict Loeng Nok Tha District, Yasothon Province 2024-01-02T11:04:14+07:00 Wisanu Khotwicha chotwicha1968@gmail.com Kreangkrai Boonprachong kreangkai.omo@gmail.com Chanphan Sichompoo Chanphan@gmail.com Sanook Singmat singmart2512@gmail.com <p>This research has the objective are 1. To study the problem and monitor the drug problem in Ban Kut Sathian. Sang Ming Subdistrict Loeng Nok Tha District, Yasothon Province 2. To propose solutions to the drug problem in Ban Kut Sathian, Sang Ming Subdistrict. Loeng Nok Tha District, Yasothon Province is a qualitative research design. There were 10 key informants. Data were collected by conducting in-depth interviews with key informants. The results of the study found that communities and families had knowledge and understanding. Have a good attitude towards prevention and treatment and participate in every step. and formed a network of partners operating under the principles of family and community participation and networks with the immune system mechanism and promote community social ecology Family participation in treatment Using families and communities in voluntary participatory therapy, rehabilitation and follow-up. It is carried out in the form of a community drug prevention and surveillance committee selected from all sectors. which has steps to prevent and monitor drugs There are 5 steps to solving the drug problem: 1) creating participation of families and communities in joint thinking, 2) planning operations with participation in decision-making by families and communities, 3) treating drug addicts according to Flexible guidelines according to the right to reveal one's identity 4) Participate in monitoring and evaluating and exchanging experiences. Provide encouragement and strengthen and 5) long-term care after treatment Using the process of sharing benefits with forgiveness Give it a chance to love and care. As for the recommendations found, they include: 1. A network and information exchange mechanism should be created between relevant agencies at the local level, and 2. The work perspective on preventing and solving drug problems should be changed and the public's understanding should be changed.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4027 The Development Guideline of School Administrators Characteristic in 21st Century Era Under Maha Sarakham Primary Educational Service Area Office 3 2023-12-19T09:37:04+07:00 Kittipong Seathao directorpong11@gmail.com Pongphop Phoojomjit anupongto47@gmail.com <p>The purposes of this research were to 1) study the current state, desirable state and the priority needs of school administrators characteristic in 21st century era. 2) study the development guideline of school administrators characteristic in 21st century era under Maha Sarakham primary educational service area office 3. The research procedures were divided into two phrases. The first stage was to study the current, desirable state and the priority needs of school administrators characteristic in 21st century era, The sample group was 280 school administrators and teachers, Selected by stratified random sampling. The research instrument was questionnaire 5 level, reliability value of the questionnaire. The statistics used for data were analyzed by percentage, mean, standard deviation. The second stage was the studying the development guideline of characteristics of school administrators characteristic in 21st century era, target group 9 experts for studying the development guideline and 9 experts for assessment the development guideline, The research instrument was semi-structured interview form and assessment form the suitability and feasibility of development guideline.</p> <p> The results found that: 1. The current state in overall was moderate level, the desirable state in overall was in the highest level. 2. The development guideline of school administrators characteristic in 21st century era under Maha Sarakham primary educational service area office 3, was a method for developing using a manual consisting of 1) principles and reasons 2) objectives 3) content 4) development methods and 5) measurement and evaluation.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4560 Quality management and characteristics of fresh food by the Nutrition Department at Hat Yai Hospital, Hat Yai District, Songkhla Province 2024-03-25T14:43:34+07:00 Maneewan Tongon sureerat.dua@rmutr.ac.th <p> The research aims to study the following: 1) To study the process of managing the quality and characteristics of fresh food by the nutrition team at Hat Yai Hospital, Hat Yai District, Songkhla Province. 2) To develop a stock management system for fresh food products by the nutrition team at Hat Yai Hospital, Hat Yai District, Songkhla Province. 3) To investigate the level of acceptance of production food staff and personnel of the nutrition team at Hat Yai Hospital, Hat Yai District, Songkhla Province, towards the quality management process and characteristics of fresh food by the nutrition team. The population is personnel of the Nutrition Group. Hat Yai Hospital, 53 people. A sample size of 47 people. The research instrument was a questionnaire used to analyses confidence levels, with a confidence level criterion of 0.75 or above, resulting in a confidence level of 0.965.</p> <p> The study found that: 1. The process of managing the quality and characteristics of fresh food consists of 6 aspects, including; 1. Specifying the characteristics of fresh food, 2. Procurement of fresh food, 3. Inspection of fresh food upon receipt, 4. Storage of fresh food, 5. Dispensing of fresh food and 6. Food preparation. 2. A stock management system for fresh food was developed by defining operational procedures to control the quality and characteristics of fresh food by the personnel of the nutrition team. This system consists of 6 operational steps, utilizing various forms to control all 6 aspects. 3. The overall level of acceptance of production food staff towards the stock management system for fresh food was high ( = 3.79, S.D. 0.79). Upon analyzing each aspect, it was found that: The storage of fresh food had the highest level of acceptance (<img title="x\bar{}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?x\bar{}" />=3.32, S.D. 0.47). The inspection of fresh food upon receipt (<img title="x\bar{}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?x\bar{}" />=4.17, S.D. 0.63). The food preparation (<img title="x\bar{}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?x\bar{}" />=4.12, S.D. 0.62) also had a high level of acceptance. Lastly dispensing of fresh food (<img title="x\bar{}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?x\bar{}" />=3.38, S.D. 0.76), procurement of fresh food (<img title="x\bar{}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?x\bar{}" />= 3.37, S.D. 0.74), and characterization of fresh food (<img title="x\bar{}" src="https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?x\bar{}" />= 3.35, S.D. 0.73) had a moderate level of acceptance.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4406 Factors Affecting Motivation for Performance of Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization Personnel 2024-03-02T17:10:42+07:00 Phra Khunanon Khounviseth pkk.6004504020@gmail.com Apirom Sidakham aphirom.see@mcu.ac.th Kiettisak Suklueang pkk.6004504020@gmail.com <p> This research article aims to 1) study the level of responsibility in the responsibility of supervisors of regional organizations 2) to compare the opinions of personnel on the level of motivation for the performance of personnel of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administration Organization. Classified by personal factors 3) to study the suggestions on motivation guidelines for the performance of personnel of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administration Organization. It is a combined approach research. Between quantitative research and qualitative research in quantitative research, the sample is personnel of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administration Organization 196 people, Data were collected using a questionnaire. analyze data by using statistics of frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, Pearson Correlation, t-test, F-test, qualitative research by in-depth interviews with a group of 10 key informants or people. Data were analyzed by content analysis techniques. </p> <p> The results of the study were as follows: 1) The level of work motivation of the personnel of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization, namely the Buddhist Principle (Sangkhahawatthu4), was at the overall level at the highest level, The performance of personnel in all 5 areas, overall, was at the highest level, 2) Comparison of the opinions of the personnel towards the level of motivation in the performance of the personnel of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization. Categorized by personal factors, namely gender, age, occupation and level of education, different opinions on the motivation to work of personnel. Overall, it's different. with statistical significance at the 0.05 level. Therefore, the research hypothesis was accepted 3) Problems and obstacles regarding the motivation guidelines for the performance of the personnel of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization found that the lack of performance caused the strength to develop the work better. Some of you, your diligence in carrying out various tasks. to achieve operational goals Lack of independence in making decisions in performing duties as assigned and suggestions on the motivation for the performance of personnel of the Chiang Mai Provincial Administrative Organization found that the success of the work comes from your perseverance in performing various tasks.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4395 Management of the Taiping Cultural Road, Changsha, Hunan Province, for the Creation of a Sustainable Creative Economy 2024-03-02T17:17:07+07:00 Liu Liming vivan898@hotmail.com Wanchai Kaewsaisoon vivan898@hotmail.com <p> The objective of this research is to study the community culture of Taiping Road, Changsha City, Hunan Province, in terms of history, arts and culture, distinctive identity, buildings, important people in the study area. including policies regarding the management of Taiping Road by analyzing the guidelines for managing community culture on common issues. To present guidelines for managing the Taiping Road Economic and Cultural Area, Changsha City.</p> <p> The results of the research found that the Taiping Road community culture It is different from the surrounding community. Due to government policy that focuses on development without integration with the community foundation Therefore causing the cultural way of life to change according to the social and environmental context. In addition, the community used to adjust its cultural management practices to be closer to modern cultural ways. By integrating existing knowledge to create new guidelines for use in their own communities. While maintaining the foundation of traditional knowledge, small details have been adjusted to suit the social context. which is beneficial to society and for sustainable modern economic security</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4403 The Structural Equation Model of Factors Affecting the Professional Learning Community in Schools Under the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 2024-03-27T16:47:12+07:00 Khomsan Khamthiam tony16893@gmail.com Pim-on Sod-ium q-powernoise@hotmail.com <p> Professional learning community is a process of creating change of people in the organization from working together and support each other with the objective To develop the learning of students together From studying related documents and research It can be seen that the factors that affect being a professional learning community of educational institutions in each area are both similar and difference It depends on the context of that area. The objectives 1) to study the level of factors affecting the professional learning community of the educational institution Under the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 2) To study the professional learning community level of the educational institution. Under the jurisdiction of the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 3) To examine the consistency of the linear structural relationship model of factors affecting the professional learning community of educational institutions. Under the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, the sample group used in this research was administrators and teachers in educational institutions under the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, academic year 2022, totaling 500 people. The tools used in The research is a questionnaire, 5-level estimation model, with a reliability value of 1.00, a discriminatory power value between 0.240 - 0.730, a reliability value of 0.957.</p> <p> The results of the research found that 1) Factors affecting the professional learning community of educational institutions Under the jurisdiction of the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, consisting of transformational leadership Organizational structure and organizational atmosphere and culture has an overall average is at the highest level 2) the professional learning community of the educational institution Under the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 has an overall average is at the highest level 3) from checking the consistency of the linear structural relationship model of factors affecting the professional learning community of educational institutions Under the jurisdiction of the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1, statistical values were obtained according to the model consistency index criteria. Is at a good level with a Chi-square value (Chi-square) equal to 67.5 at degrees of freedom (df) equal to 56, probability value (p-value) equal to 0.13954, relative chi-square value ( x<sup>2</sup>/df) is equal to 1.21, RMSEA value is equal to 0.020, GFI value is equal to 0.982, AGFI value is equal to 0.962, indicating that the model is consistent with the empirical data.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4048 Public Participation in Local Development of Nong Khu Subdistrict Administrative Organization, Na Dun District, Maha Sarakham Province 2024-01-10T10:53:22+07:00 Panuwat Khampuang phichayamon573@gmail.com Phakdee Phosing eliti_pana@hotmail.com Yupaporn Yupass yupaporn_yu1@yahoo.com <p> This research study The objectives are 1) to study the level of public participation in local development of Nong Khu Subdistrict Administrative Organization, Na Dun District, Maha Sarakham Province 2) to compare public participation in local development of Nong Khu Subdistrict Administrative Organization, District. Na Dun, Maha Sarakham Province, classified by gender, age, education level, occupation, and income 3) to study recommendations A sample group of 368 people using Taro Yamane's formula. The research tools were a rating scale questionnaire. Statistics used in data analysis include percentage, mean, frequency, and standard deviation. Compare participation by gender using T-test statistics and by age. Educational level, occupation, and income used one-way ANOVA statistics. The research results found that 1) the level of public participation in local development of Nong Khu Subdistrict Administrative Organization, Na Dun District, Maha Sarakham Province Overall, it was at a moderate level. 2) Compare people's participation in local development of Nong Khu Subdistrict Administrative Organization, Na Dun District, Maha Sarakham Province, classified by gender, age, educational level, occupation, and different incomes. Participation is significantly different at the .05 level and 3) Recommendations: Information regarding local development should be disseminated to the public thoroughly and regularly. Through various channels such as websites, social media Create mechanisms to promote and support people to participate in local development, such as establishing community committees, sub-district councils, etc. There should be a variety of channels for people to participate in local development, such as holding public hearings. Setting up a forum for listening to opinions Organizing local development projects, etc., promoting people's knowledge and understanding of local development. Promoting people's participation skills Encouraging people to exercise their constitutional rights to inspect the work of the Nong Khu Subdistrict Administrative Organization.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4556 Sustainable Development of the Rural Revitalization Strategy for the Beautiful Southern in Xixiangtang District, Nanning City, Guangxi Province, the People's Republic of China 2024-03-27T18:03:16+07:00 Wei Kaiwen vivan898@hotmail.com Pichai Sodbhiban vivan898@hotmail.com Narinthra K-so vivan898@hotmail.com <p>Conducting this research has the objective to develop strategies for rural areas of Xixiangtang District Nanning City, Guangxi Province, People's Republic of China by synthesizing and modeling strategies for sustainable development and modeling strategies for the sustainability of the area. The “beautiful south” here is Xixiangtang District. Nanning City The researcher mainly used a qualitative research model and a statistical sampling of 500 tourists, selecting 80 tourists randomly to analyze the development and needs of the pastoral care center. Data were used from interviews with 50 people involved with pastoral care groups from various regions and data from interviews with another 7 area managers who had worked for up to 5 years to ensure the accuracy of the data by analyzing it through SWOT. The results of the research In conclusion, it can be concluded that Cultural development path It emphasizes scientific management. No specific management processes for cultural heritage are used. Academics propose inheritance to keep up with the times, emphasizing greater integration. By integrating with education and the masses. to publish faster Including taking into account sustainable economic, social and environmental factors.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4408 Factors Influencing the Marketing Communication of Enterprenuer for Ethnical and Cutural Products in Mae Hong Son 2024-03-02T19:57:37+07:00 supot kammanid aj_supotkammanid@hotmail.com Raphassorn Kongtanajaruanun raphassorn@mju.ac.th Veena Nilwong w_nilawonk@hotmail.com Pawinee Areesrisom areesrisom30@gmail.com Koblap Areesrisom areesrisom30@gmail.com <p> In this research study, researchers conducted fieldwork in Mae Hong Son province, analyzing the groups of entrepreneurs in the region based on their marketing competitiveness. The analysis resulted in the following categorizations: 1) groups capable of independent marketing without relying on the government, 2) groups capable of independent marketing but relying on the government, 3) groups incapable of independent marketing and relying on the government, and 4) groups incapable of independent marketing and unable to access government support. The objective of this study was to analyze factors influencing the marketing communication potential of cultural product and service entrepreneurs among ethnic groups in Mae Hong Son province. The study focused on 14 ethnic groups, totaling 140 individuals, selected through targeted sampling. Statistical analysis methods such as frequency distribution, mean, percentage, standard deviation, and multiple regression were employed. The findings revealed that the communication level of marketing among cultural product and service entrepreneurs from ethnic groups plays a crucial role in promoting the creative economy in the border town of Mae Hong Son. Entrepreneurs prioritize the sales communication level, followed by sales promotion, advertising, public relations, and direct marketing. Regarding the sales communication level, the study found that entrepreneurs emphasize the importance of having well-groomed and smiling sales personnel who can motivate purchasing decisions and provide information and product recommendations at the point of sale. Additionally, statistically significant relationships were found between the communication level and factors such as gender, education level, and income level at a significance level of 0.05.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4206 The Development Model for Servant Leadership of Teacher Under The Primary Educational Service Area Office in Roi-Kean-Sara-Sin Province 2024-01-10T10:48:20+07:00 Kasinphot Plomdongloy anupongto47@gmail.com Kritkanok Duangchatom graduate@rmu.ac.th Chayakan Ruangsuwan anupongto47@gmail.com <p> The purposes of this research were 1) to study the components and indicators of servant leadership of teacher. 2) to study the current situation, desirable condition and needs assessment of servant leadership of teacher under the primary educational service area office in Roi-Kean-Sara-Sin province. 3) create a model developing for servant leadership of teacher under the primary educational service area office in Roi-Kean-Sara-Sin province. 4) to study the results of using the model developing for servant leadership of teacher under the primary educational service area office in Roi-Kean-Sara-Sin province. The key informant group was 7 experts to confirm the components and indicators, 9 experts to draft model, 9 experts to confirm model and target groups were 15 teachers for study the results of using the model developing. The sample group consisted of 379 school administrators and teachers. The research tool was a interview form and questionnaire. Data were analyzed by means and standard deviation</p> <p> The research results found that: 1. The components and indicators of servant leadership of teacher, consisted of 5 components, Include 1) Building community 2) Value people 3) Commitment to the growth of people 4) Develop people 5) Building trust. 2. The overall current condition is at a high average level. The overall desirable condition was at the highest mean level. The Needs assessment was ranked from highest to lowest as follows: 1) Building trust 2) Value people 3) Commitment to the growth of people 4) Building community 5) Develop people.3. The model consists of components : 1) principles, 2) objectives, 3) content, 4) development process, and 5) measurement and evaluation. The model has a suitability assessment result. possibility and the overall usefulness of the model was at the highest level. 4. Results of the study using the model overall, the indicators were followed at the highest level. The results of the satisfaction assessment, the overall use of the model, satisfaction was at the highest level.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4483 Strategy for creating and developing artistic ecology of Lijiang Painting School 2024-03-14T14:12:19+07:00 Wu Yanyun vivan898@hotmail.com Pichai Sodbhiban vivan898@hotmail.com <p>This article focuses on the brand development and growth strategy of Lijiang Painting School. in the cultural and ecological environment in Guangxi area the goal is to create a path towards sustainable development. Go through the strategy review and explore the methods. combined with identifying flaws in the development process and propose corrective measures A possible strategy for the development of the Lijiang School of Painting is thus suggested. This article has explored ways to achieve sustainable development and identified issues that need attention in the development of the Lijiang School of Painting. By reviewing the literature, studying the relationship between customs and ethnic cultures of the region, observing, interviewing, asking questions, brainstorming ideas, and guidelines for establishment. and development to cover branding strategies for sustainable art school development. The study concluded that in order for the Lijiang School of Painting Achieving sustainable development in the contemporary art ecosystem It is necessary to focus on reasonable positioning. Strengthen inner strength and responds actively to social interactions and challenges. This conclusion not only provides a clear strategic direction for the development of the Lijiang School of Painting. But it also offers valuable insights for art genres in other regions that face similar challenges.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4434 Model of Success in Academic Administration of Educational Personnel Education Bureau Bangkok 2024-03-08T11:51:55+07:00 Natthaphon Khaoiam angkor1234@hotmail.com Naitawan Kumhom ntawan@hotmail.com Jumpol Wongsorn angkor1234@hotmail.com <p> The purposes of this research were 1) Study success factors in academic administration. 2) Study success models in academic administration. 3) Evaluate the suitability and feasibility of success models in academic administration. of educational personnel, Office of Education Bangkok Using a mixed method research.</p> <p> The sample group used in this research was divided into 2 groups. There were 385 educational personnel using Tarro Yamane's sample size. Data were collected in Phase 1 using a questionnaire to analyze the data and find the average. standard deviation Phase 2: The sample group is educational institution director leader Teachers and educational personnel, a total of 6 people, using an interview form. group chat Content analysis and Phase 3 using a suitability and feasibility assessment form. Data were analyzed by finding the average. standard deviation</p> <p> The results of the study found that Conditions of academic administration of educational personnel, Office of Education Bangkok Overall, it is at a high level. When considering each aspect Arranged from highest to lowest average. It was found that the number 1 ranking was in the area of ​​educational institution administrators. Followed by parents and community. Educational institutions and last rank are the teacher side, respectively and from the group discussion, it was found that there are success patterns in academic administration. of educational personnel, Office of Education Bangkok the appropriate format consists of 4 elements: educational institution administrators Teacher side educational institutions Parents and community Results of evaluating the appropriateness and feasibility of the model for success in academic administration. of educational personnel, Office of Education Bangkok Overall, it is at the highest level.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4045 Factors Affecting the Quality of Accounting for Village and Urban Funds Mueang Yasothon District, Yasothon Province 2024-01-02T10:28:44+07:00 Pawina Poorahong phramahakitinan3430@gmail.com Phakdee Phosing eliti_pana@hotmail.com <p><strong> </strong>Village and Urban Community Fund It is a community financial institution that is important to the development of Thailand's grassroots economy. It is a source of revolving funds for members to pursue a career and create jobs, generate income, and promote and develop villages and urban communities to have capacity. Organize the fund system Strengthen the self-reliance process of villages and urban communities. Stimulate the economy at the grassroots level. This research has the objective To study factors affecting the quality of accounting. By collecting data from village and urban community funds. Mueang Yasothon District, Yasothon Province and used a questionnaire as a tool. The sample group was a committee of 465 members responsible for accounting. Statistics used in data analysis included multiple regression analysis.</p> <p> The research results found that factors affecting the quality of accounting knowledge of the bookkeeper Participation Training on accounting and the regulatory agency side has a relationship and affects the quality of accounting. It can be written as an equation as follows: QUA = 0.304 + 0.353AKB + 0.070PAR + 0.251ACT + 0.269REG and together they can predict 96.30 percent with statistical significance at the .05 level. Results from the research indicate that Village and urban funds should focus on developing accountants' accounting knowledge by investing in training on bookkeeping for accountants. Including the committee and members as well So that everyone can participate in the management of the Village and Urban Community Fund. As for the organization, it should monitor and solve various problems of its members in order to ensure fairness. Be transparent Can be verified, reliable and has a clear scope of working time. including presenting financial reports with accuracy and speed Make the operations of the Village and Urban Community Funds stable. It also results in a better quality of life for members of the Village and Urban Fund.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4501 Conservation and Sustainable Management of Traditional Wooden Architecture of Dong Ethnic Minority Architecture in Sanjiang Dong Autonomous County, Guangxi, People's Republic of China 2024-03-16T11:51:08+07:00 Wang Lei vivan898@hotmail.com Pichai Sodbhiban vivan898@hotmail.com Narinthra K-so vivan898@hotmail.com <p> Sanjiangdong Autonomous Region in Guangxi China is world famous for its unique Dong traditional wooden architecture. These Dong wooden structures showcase the long history and cultural traditions of the Dong people with their exquisite craftsmanship. unique design and profound cultural connotations However, with the acceleration of the modernization process the traditional wooden structures of the Dong people are facing increasingly severe challenges. This research article aims to study the history and evolution of the traditional wooden architecture of the Dong ethnic minority in Sanjiangdong Autonomous Region. Guangxi, People's Republic of China For the preservation and effective management of the traditional wooden architecture of the Dong ethnic minority architecture.</p> <p>To create a creative and sustainable management strategy of the traditional wooden architecture of the Dong ethnic minority architecture in Sanjiang Dong Autonomous Region, Guangxi, People's Republic of China. By studying, reviewing literature, observing, questioning, interviewing and analyzing to find strategies for setting goals and guidelines for sustainable management. This results in understanding the connotation of the characteristics of the Dong culture in terms of Dong wooden architecture. And there are measures to preserve and inherit traditional wooden architecture. which is a strategic guideline for sustainable development going forward </p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4092 Election Behavior of Citizens in Selecting Municipal Council Member and the Mayor Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality Loeng Nok Tha District, Yasothon Province 2024-01-02T10:54:24+07:00 Phattharasuda Dudthuyawat 6417404039@mcu.ac.th Supawadee Wongsali khammansuphawadee@gmail.com Khamdaeng Bunthots khumdang0883637499@gmail.com Pimchanok Phumphan maermi2929@gmail.com Nathapob Thaworn 6417404087@mcu.ac.th Kreangkrai Boonprachong kreangkai.omo@gmail.com Chanphan Sichompoo chanphan@gmail.com Sanook Singmat arthidys2019@gmail.com <p> The objectives of this research are 1) to study the election behavior of municipal council members and the mayor of Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality; Loeng Nok Tha District, Yasothon Province 2) to compare the behavior of the election of municipal council members and the mayor of Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality, and 3) to study recommendations for ways to change the behavior of the election of municipal council members and the mayor of Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality. The sample group includes people living in the Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality community. Loeng Nok Tha District, Yasothon Province, 367 people. The research instrument was a questionnaire. statistics in data analysis statistical average standard deviation Value of one-way test (t-test) and value of two-way test (one-way ANOVAR).</p> <p> The results of the study found that: 1. Election behavior of citizens in selecting municipal council members and mayor of Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality. Overall, it is at a high level. 2. Results of comparing people's voting behavior in selecting municipal council members and mayors of Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality, classified by gender, age, and educational level. And occupations are not different in any way. 3. The results of the study suggest guidelines regarding the election behavior of citizens in selecting municipal council members and the mayor of Hong Saeng Subdistrict Municipality, including: 1. Government agencies should have public relations. through the media that is closest to the people. 2. Government agencies should educate the public on the punishments for those who violate election laws, and 3. The Election Commission should consider reviewing various regulations. It is flexible and can be effectively applied to election management according to election law.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4047 Motivation factors affecting the work efficiency of administrative civil servants in the Provincial Attorney's Office. Under the Office of the Prosecutor, Region 4 2024-01-02T10:32:15+07:00 Siriphan Pimda pawatphutpun444@gmail.com Sanya Kenaphoom zumsa_17@hotmail.com Saowalak Kosonkittiumporn prapatsornsubterm@gmail.com <p> This research study have a purpose To study the level of efficiency in the work of administrative officials in the Provincial Attorney's Office. Under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Prosecutor's Office, Region 4, to study the motivation factors affecting the performance of the administrative civil servants of the Provincial Prosecutor's Office. Under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Prosecutor's Office, Region 4, and suggestions regarding motivation factors that affect the efficiency of work of administrative civil servants in the Provincial Prosecutor's Office. Under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Prosecutor's Office Region 4, the sample group was administrative officials of the Provincial Prosecutor's Office. Under the Office of the Prosecutor, Region 4, there were 153 people. Statistics used in data analysis included mean, standard deviation. Motivation factors affecting work efficiency were analyzed using multiple linear regression analysis. The research results found that 1) work efficiency level Overall, it is at a high level. 2) Motivation factors that affect the efficiency in the work of administrative civil servants in the Provincial Attorney's Office. Under the Office of the Public Prosecutor Region 4, they include job security factors (Beta = .363), responsibility factors (Beta = .280), policy and administration factors (Beta = .244), and success factors (Beta = .106) of work together they can predict 77.20 percent with statistical significance at the .05 level and 3) Other suggestions include training to provide knowledge and ability in administrative work. Including related laws An organizational culture that is conducive to the development of administrative officials should be created, such as creating a working atmosphere that is conducive to learning. Giving awards to administrative officials who perform outstanding work Challenging tasks should be assigned to create new experiences. People should be used to match important missions. Work should be divided among teams and jointly perform duties to the best of their ability. Support everyone to develop themselves in order to progress along their career path. Welfare should be arranged and received appropriately. Commanders should be friendly towards their subordinates. There are activities to meet and socialize on occasion. There are workshop activities to exchange and transfer knowledge from experienced people.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4417 Developing learning achievement for Mathematics Subject on topic Fractions By activities inquiry-based learning (5Es) of students in Prathomsuksa 6 at Loeng Nok Tha Kindergarten School Yasothon Primary Educational Service Area Office 2 2024-03-04T13:46:31+07:00 Athittiya Kongthum1* kochapornnum@yahoo.com Kochaporn Numnaphol kochapornnum@yahoo.com Niwat Sarakhun kochapornnum@yahoo.com Seangjun Kalam kochapornnum@yahoo.com Umaporn Wirat kochapornnum@yahoo.com Permporn Summart kochapornnum@yahoo.com Piriyakul Singhara kochapornnum@yahoo.com <p> This research Objectives: 1) Create and develop the efficiency of learning activity plans in Mathematics learning group using inquiry-based learning activities (5Es), Prathomsuksa 6 at Loeng Nok Tha Kindergarten School 2) Comparing the learning achievement of the mathematics subject group inquiry method(5Es) between before and after the target group was 36 students in Prathomsuksa 6, academic year 2023. The research was conducted for 1 semester Research tools used include: 1) activity plan Inquiry-based learning (5Es) Implement 12 plans. 2) A test measure academic achievement before and After It was a multiple choice type with 4 options, 30 questions. Statistics used were percentage, frequency and comparison t-test</p> <p> The research results found that Results of development of learning activities after using inquiry-based learning activities (5Es) were higher and students were able to pass the criteria 100 percent. Effective plan E1/E2 92.44/81.30, higher than the set criteria 80/80. Beside comparative results of academic achievement using inquiry-based learning activities (5Es) after studying were higher than before studying and are significantly different at the .05 level.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4482 Arcade Architecture Naning City by Intervening in Public Art to Create a Sustainable Landscape Development Strategy 2024-03-14T14:21:16+07:00 Chen Lu vivan898@hotmail.com Pichai Sodbhiban vivan898@hotmail.com Narinthra K-so vivan898@hotmail.com Wanchai Kaewsaisoon vivan898@hotmail.com <p> This study investigates the importance of integrating public art into the sustainable development of historical and cultural arcade areas in Nanning City, Guangxi Province. The study found that public art enhances cultural value and History of the area which will help in sustainable development by using public art intervention methods. To revive the region's landscape, history and culture. Improve citizens' orientation and knowledge of their identities towards these areas. which can effectively deal with the identity crisis prevalent in today's urban landscape. And this study will create a systematic and collaborative intervention strategy through the analysis of practice cases. The study concluded that public art intervention It serves as a contemporary representation of the spiritual essence of the place. It plays an important role in enhancing the landscape of the historical and cultural arcade area in Nanning. and effective inheritance of culture in the region Achieve sustainable development in renewing the historical and cultural arcade region of Nanning City.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4498 Administrative Work According to Sankhahavatthu 4 Principles of Educational Institute Administrators Under Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1 2024-03-16T11:40:43+07:00 Wuttisak Phibunthannanan wuttisak.cham@gmail.com Chakgrit Podapol chakgrit.po@hotmail.com <p><strong> </strong>The purposes of this research were to 1) to study the administration according to Sankhahavatthu 4 principles of educational institute administrators; 2) to compare the Administration according to Sankhahavatthu 4 classified by education level work experience School size and academic position 3) to study the guidelines for the development of Administration according to Sankhahavatthu 4 principles of educational institute administrators Under Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office 1. This study was carried out by means of mixed-method research. The sample consisted of school teachers and administrators, total of 278 participants. Using stratified random sampling. The instrument used in the research was a questionnaire. The statistics used for hypothesis testing These were Independent Samples t-test, F-test, One-way ANOVA, in case there were statistically significant differences. Tested in pairs using Scheffe's test method because it can be used with Equal or different samples. The tool for collecting qualitative research data is interviews. Data were analyzed using content analysis techniques in the context of the research framework.</p> <p> The research results were found that: 1) The level of administration according to Sankhahavatthu 4 principles of educational institute administrators Under the Office of Loei Primary Education Service Area 1was at a high level both in overall and in each aspect 2) The mean scores based on the comparison of the opinions of the educa- tional administrators and teachers towards the educational administration based on Sangahavatthu Dhamma 4 in accordance with the sample personal factors: education and working experience were no different with. Categorized according to the size of educational institutions, overall, it was found that there were no differences. 3) Guidelines for administration according to the principles of Sangha Vatthu 4 for educational institution administrators. Under the jurisdiction of the Loei Primary Educational Service Area Office, Area 1, there are the following: Administrators promote personnel by providing knowledge and understanding in a friendly manner. Set clear long-term school development guidelines for personnel to work systematically. Recommend work guidelines Assign important tasks and provide assistance that facilitates work for personnel.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4555 Sustainable Strategic Management in Public Communications of The Cultural Heritage and Wisdom of Guangxi Bronze Drums for The Creative Economy 2024-03-27T18:08:34+07:00 Liu Lei vivan898@hotmail.com Pichai Sodbhiban vivan898@hotmail.com Narinthra K-so vivan898@hotmail.com <p> In the long history of mankind Different countries and nations have created colorful and distinctive cultures. Established its own original culture and cultural traditions. and make the world we live in bright and colorful. Guangxi Province has a long history of civilization and has many intangible cultural heritages, such as willows, hydrangeas, Zhuang cloths, bronze drums and many others. Especially the bronze drum is an intangible cultural heritage, a symbol of Guangxi's ancient culture. Guangxi is therefore known as the source of bronze drums. Local intangible cultural heritage These drums serve as valuable artefacts. It brings together complex cultural symbols, works of art, and historical narratives that reflect the rich historical heritage of Guangxi and its people.</p> <p> This article will discuss the historical significance and continuing value of the Guangxi Bronze Drum. Collect and organize information on Guangxi bronze drums. Explore cultural symbols, exquisite manual skills and the application of various forms to gather information for the sustainable development and management of Guangxi bronze drums. To provide a culture of inheriting the wisdom of Guangxi bronze and gold drums. and increase resonance in different social environments. through sustainable development strategies Promote the creative economy Connect to public communications and is committed to accelerating the evolution of Guangxi bronze drum. This research attempts to shed light on the deep cultural heritage of Guangxi bronze drums. In passing on wisdom to drive economic growth and promote cultural sustainability in the region.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4441 Role of Advanced Transportation Management Systems in Enhancing the Distribution of Frozen Food from Thailand to Japan 2024-03-08T12:03:02+07:00 Warunyu Srichiangrai eak_ls_dpu@hotmail.com Raphassorn Kongtanajaruanun eak_ls_dpu@hotmail.com Weena Nilawonk eak_ls_dpu@hotmail.com Koblap Areesrisom eak_ls_dpu@hotmail.com Pinnapa Muakyod eak_ls_dpu@hotmail.com <p>The development of technology in the present era has greatly impacted transportation industry and transportation management solutions. Transportation management system (TMS), especially in the transport of frozen goods, is very important in opening up the international market. In Thailand and Japan, frozen food is very popular and has high demand from the world market. Studying the potential impact of modern transportation management systems on increasing the efficiency of frozen food delivery between Thailand and Japan requires careful consideration and analysis to find solutions and improvements to the system. Transportation management system (TMS) to be able to work efficiently in complex and constantly changing situations. This study aims to investigate the potential impact of modern Transportation Management Systems (TMS) on enhancing the efficiency of frozen food transportation between Thailand and Japan. This research uses a narrative review method, gathering data from reputable academic publications, industry reports, and legal documents. The selection criteria are determined by considering variables such as relevance, feasibility, and credibility of the advanced transportation management system. Several benefits are associated with using sophisticated Transportation Management Systems (TMS), such as improved route optimization, real-time tracking capabilities, cost savings, reduced transit times, and enhanced product standards. Although implementing complex Transportation Management Systems (TMS) offers clear benefits, there are still challenges related to technology integration, training, and initial investment costs. However, sustainable benefits such as increased financial profitability and customer satisfaction outweigh these challenges. Sophisticated Transportation Management Systems (TMS) become catalysts for significant changes in the international frozen food distribution industry between Thailand and Japan. These systems provide innovative solutions to long-standing challenges, facilitating greater flexibility and environmental consideration for trading partners. Stakeholders, including producers, distributors, and policymakers, have the opportunity to utilize findings from this evaluation to make informed decisions regarding the implementation and improvement of Transportation Management Systems (TMS) within their operations. This article presents a review of the use of advanced Transportation Management Systems (TMS) within the specific scope of international frozen food trade between Thailand and Japan. The response to significant research needs provides valuable insights that stakeholders can use in this sector.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4427 The Development of the Network Group Management Model for Improving Educational Quality in Small-sized Schools Under the Office of Khonkaen Primary Education Service Area 5 2024-03-08T12:30:00+07:00 Paijoj Klinkulab pinayo.pr@spu.ac.th Prapon Hleesin pinayo.pr@spu.ac.th <p>This research article aims to 1) investigate the current situation and desired conditions for operating a network group to enhance the educational quality of small-sized educational institutions, and 2) develop a management model for network groups to enhance the educational quality of small-sized educational institutions. The sample group consists of 63 school administrators and 63 teachers, totaling 126 individuals affiliated with the Khon Kaen Primary Educational Service Area Office, District 5. The research tools used include questionnaires with a reliability coefficient of 0.99 and structured interviews, including recording and evaluation forms. Statistical methods used in the research include mean and standard deviation, as well as the Necessary Index (PNI). Research findings reveal that the current situation and desired conditions for operating a network group to enhance the educational quality of small-sized educational institutions are generally at a high level. The management model for network groups to enhance the educational quality of small-sized educational institutions is divided into 5 parts, comprising: Concepts and Principles, Components of the Network Group Management Model (including External Environment, Input Factors, Processes, Outputs/Results, and Feedback Data), Guidelines for Applying the Model, Evaluation, and Success Conditions. The assessment of the suitability and feasibility of the network group management model for enhancing the educational quality of small-sized educational institutions indicates a high overall level of suitability and feasibility.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4443 Human Body 2024-04-03T16:46:32+07:00 Watcharee Sothonchai 6617105017@mcu.ac.th Tanakorn Donkamonkan donkamonkant101@gmail.com Paitoon Suanmafai toonmcu101@gmail.com <p>“Human Body System” is a book written in prose. Use easy-to-read language with clear illustrations. Make it easy for readers who have basic knowledge in this matter to understand. The first chapter of the book is about cells and tissues. The cell is the structural subunit of living things. Many cells together form tissue. And when many tissues come together to form organs, organs can be formed from different types of tissues. When various organs work together to create a living human body system. In our body it consists of Blood and immune system Growth and development, nervous system, special perception cardiovascular system respiratory system urinary system, digestive system Endocrine system Musculoskeletal system Microorganisms and parasites, reproductive systems, nutrition, degenerative diseases, and tumors are covered with content, pictures, and explanations of processes. and the mechanism of operation of various systems in this body is appropriate This book is suitable for people who have some basic knowledge about body systems or for students who have already learned some basic knowledge about the body. This book is therefore not suitable for elementary school children because when reading it, it will be difficult to understand beyond their age and basic knowledge. Therefore, overall, the book is about the human body system (Human Body) and is beneficial to the general public in understanding the human body system from the book. This book is Makes those who read it understand the workings of various things and take care of their body properly.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/3988 The Reimagining Teaching and Learning Development University Mission and Navigating the Thai Education Crisis in the 4.0 Era 2023-12-13T09:42:47+07:00 Pannaphong Wongnasri worachet.th@mbu.ac.th Pramethiwachiraphirat (Dhammarat Yothkun) ekkaphong.pattanakul@gmail.com <p>The educational philosophy of Thailand is a blend of Western ideas and Buddhist principles with a long history of education. Education is seen as a process of learning to develop and enhance individuals' skills to lead a peaceful and happy life. It emphasizes the pursuit of knowledge as a means to improve the quality of life, acquire vocational skills, respect the law, appreciate the value of arts and culture, uphold national traditions, and be prepared to face various challenges. Moreover, education in the era of Thailand 4.0 goes beyond preparing individuals or imparting knowledge to them; it aims to develop fully functioning human beings. Factors influencing Education 4.0 management under the 21<sup>st</sup> century educational paradigm include leadership qualities, strategic management, personnel management, curriculum design, learning management, and conducive learning environments. Therefore, managing education in universities requires both science and art. School administrators are crucial variables in achieving the objectives outlined in every edition of the National Education Act, and the most significant goal is to foster students who are good, talented, and happy. However, this is not an easy task; it demonstrates the potential of school administrators to overcome these challenges.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4352 Enhancing Educational Effectiveness through Coaching Supervision 2024-02-21T09:34:07+07:00 Sathaka Tanchai sathaka101@gmail.com Suwattanapong Romsri sornortom@gmail.com Sanya Kenaphoom zumsa_17@hotmail.com <p>In professional development strategies, coaching supervision is essential, particularly in educational settings. Through reflective conversations, it is a structured process designed to support and improve the effectiveness of educational coaches. skill improvement and ongoing criticism. This study aims to clarify the function and significance of education coaching supervision in academic settings. This study was carried out by gathering and examining research on coaching supervision and how it affects the efficacy of education. The study's findings revealed that the mentorship supervision model and guidelines Reflective supervision and developmental supervision were categorized under (1) Traditional Models of Supervision. Transformational supervision and solution-focused supervision were examples of contemporary approaches. The study's findings, however, suggest that mentoring supervision can be divided into two categories: traditional models, such as developmental and reflective supervision, and modern methods, such as solution-focused and transformational supervision. The aforementioned categories denote distinct frameworks and methodologies employed in mentoring supervision with the aim of fostering professional advancement.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4197 Health Promotion School in the Crisis of Covid-19 2024-01-19T12:17:49+07:00 Jiratchaya Surasuk sophahai123@gmail.com Warangkana Pornko sophahai123@gmail.com Boonyaphu Phutirat sophahai123@gmail.com <p>In the situation of the epidemic of COVID-19 understanding the epidemic And disease prevention is important for children and young people of all ages. If students are taken care of in both preventive measures and problem-solving correctly and appropriately, it will make students social immunity which is a shield for children to have appropriate emotional maturity. Providing quality education requires the use of management principles in the administration or operation of various businesses that must operate as a comprehensive system, with one important step being evaluation. to get feedback that will reflect the performance in the past as to how far the goals have been achieved Including any weaknesses or problems that need to be improved. so that the planning and implementation of the next phase will achieve the goals with quality and efficiency in line with educational standards during the COVID-19 crisis.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/3990 The Potential of Future Educators: Enhancing Teaching Practice Experience 2023-12-13T09:56:38+07:00 Phramaha Jirayuth Payako (Murachiwa) worachet.th@mbu.ac.th <p>This article aims to reflect on the context of the global crisis, societal crises, and the humanitarian crisis in a complex and rapidly changing world. Influences and ubiquity from rapid global changes through the waves of globalization and the development of technology have led to widespread awareness and adaptability to unforeseen events in the modern world, often referred to as "VUCA" phenomena. The development of human resources is a crucial challenge in navigating the current and future world. Educational personnel must confront challenging tasks in developing teaching methods that instill adaptability to unforeseen changes. Therefore, it is imperative to develop various learning processes and redefine roles that no longer centralize learning into a single entity. Self-directed learning and internal wisdom are essential qualities for individuals in every era. The survival and future of Thai education in the face of global events require transformations to cope with the current and imminent crises. Three main strategies collectively contribute to this transformation. The first is holistic learning, the second is learning towards change, and the third is collaborative networked learning. Teaching is a profession that requires both science and art. The scientific aspect of the profession's knowledge can be acquired from various curricula and media. The art of the teaching profession involves translating this knowledge into practice. Teachers need practical skills to make their teaching effective. The production of teacher graduates involves incorporating the professional science and teaching art into the curriculum, as outlined by the standards of the Ministry of Education and the Teacher's Council. Institutions producing teacher graduates prioritize practical training from the early years to the final year of study. This includes a professional experience of no less than one year and practical experience before teaching practice. The process of professional experience for teacher students is a crucial component in producing high-quality graduates that positively impact the quality of education in the country.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4494 Learning Society Management Strategy for Seniors in The Digital Age 2024-03-15T14:01:10+07:00 Supattarasak Khumsamart supattarasak@gmail.com Surimart Nakrot supattarasak@gmail.com Surimart Nakrot supattarasak@gmail.com Jantraporn Seesuay gs@thonburi-u.ac.th Chatchapong Sroisang supattarasak@gmail.com <p>In the modern world, there is rapid development like the rotation of the earth that never stops. Developing learning to keep up with the world is one thing that is necessary today. Whether in technology, society, knowledge and abilities must be equal. No matter what age you are, children, young people, adults, and the elderly. But one thing that you must be aware of carefully is being deceived in various forms in terms of property, money, knowledge, and news that are important in life. It can be seen that technology is useful. But if we use it inappropriately Not knowing sufficiency in use Things that are beneficial can become harmful and have a negative impact on one's life. Therefore, strategies for managing a learning society for the elderly in the digital age Because nowadays with advanced technology The role of the internet and mobile phones As a result, everyone must adapt in order to keep up with the rapidly evolving era of technology. Learning digital skills is important for every human being, including the elderly. Therefore, it is important to know how to use and use technology appropriately and mindfully in order to be the best and most beneficial path. Therefore, the learning society management strategy For seniors in the digital age It drives measures to support the aging society and longevity of Thai people in Thailand into effective implementation. In the economic aspect, this includes accounting for innovative equipment to assist in the living of the elderly. Environmental aspect includes issuing regulations for local administrative organizations. Carry out a mission of technology and innovation to improve the quality of life of the elderly. In health, it includes promoting technology and innovation systems that help take care of the elderly's health, and in society, it includes creating learning innovations to increase work skills and life skills.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4302 Health and Political Science: New Milestones in Local Politics and Government 2024-02-11T10:19:16+07:00 Chatthasanan Sanwonglakron vikkyvivi@hotmail.com Ruangwit Wareewarach rwow2506@gmail.com Jiratha Thidkrathok sophahai123@gmail.com <p>The intersection of public health and politics in local governance has become clearer with the recent transfer of hospitals to local administrative organizations, promoting community health. Several shared viewpoints have emerged between the two entities regarding public health in politics: 1) Local administrative organization managers should seek public health expertise to efficiently coordinate efforts between the two units. 2) Health officials or personnel should also familiarize themselves with politics and governance. 3) Both sets of managers should collaborate closely. 4) Local residents should monitor the work of both units to ensure alignment with their intentions. Success in public health and politics requires external and internal factors within organizations to collaborate effectively toward achieving public health goals.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4193 Compare Politics and Government Between Thailand with England 2024-01-10T10:21:04+07:00 Phrakhru Thammathorn Worawut Jittayano (Suwannaju) thammathornworawut@gmail.com Phramaha Thainoi Yanamethi (Salangsing) nikkybaty2012@hotmail.com Phairat Phuenchomphoo kua247@gmail.com <p>Thai politics and government from the past to the present, are considered a time of change. Which Thailand has used the form or structure of political institutions governance that are similar with England. But there are differences In practice that is concrete and democracy like England such as in terms of the political institution of parliament, found that, The Thai parliament still lacks independence in carrying out the political activities of politicians Possess intervention or Infiltration of the decision-making process at the Senate level. The British Parliament has absolute and highest independent, which limit "Sovereignty" within the scope of the law to originate from parliament. Parliament has more power than both the Executive and Judicial Branch. Political development sections such as, Thailand still lacks the creation of a standardized mechanism in for driving political activities in practice, the opportunity is given to the people to participate in politics both directly and indirectly. As for all British citizens, they can participate in the political process. and enter the electoral system for political decision-making. Which determines which party receives the majority to be the country's administrator. Therefore, there is an objective 1) To study concepts and theories in education and compare politics and government between Thailand with England. 2) For comparison of politics and government between Thailand with England, namely 1) The political institution of parliament, together with, 1.1) Having independence in performing work. 1.2) There are checks and balances of power. 1.3) Having responsibility towards the people. 2) political development, together with, 2.1) Legitimacy of the political system. 2.2) Efficiency and effectiveness of the political system. 2.3) Stability of the political system.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4741 Promoting Learning and Preserving Thai Classical Dance for Youth 2024-04-21T09:58:18+07:00 Kanthida Pungpho kanthidaaeiy@gmail.com <p>In this academic article, the author wants to explain that Thai dance is diverse and has been passed down since a long time ago. The author therefore wants to analyze Thai dance and the promotion of Thai dance to youth should focus on recognizing the importance of Thai dance. Thai dance today faces a number of problems that can make the process less reliable, such as a lack of motivation and interest. lack of educational resources competition from other media. Therefore, we would like to present guidelines for promoting learning and preserving Thai dance, including creating diverse learning opportunities, Supporting interactive learning Creating an appropriate learning space Promoting learning through online media Creating cooperation with the community By creating a space for youth to fully learn and create unique works in the field of Thai dance, This is equivalent to preserving the national culture of this dance to remain with the Thai nation sustainably.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL https://so07.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rtnb/article/view/4527 Towards Excellence in Educational Management: The Application of Brahmavihāra Principles 2024-03-20T09:55:19+07:00 Sudarat Sosud sudarat4959@gmail.com Theeraphat Thinsandee dr.theeraphat.th@gmail.com <p>In the modern world where education must experience continuous change. School administrators need a management approach that is both flexible and ethical. This article therefore intends to explore the application of the four brahmavihāra principles of metta (love and goodwill), karuna (kindness), mudita (delight in the success of others), and equanimity (neutrality) in management. educational institution To promote morality and ethics to executives Taking into account that leadership is like the captain of a ship leading the crew towards the set goals. The content of the article will focus on the importance of these principles in governing people and their appropriate application to situations within educational institutions in an era facing continuous change. It also gives administrators an opportunity to review and improve management methods to meet and align with the changing needs of students and teachers in today's era.</p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 RATANABUTH JOURNAL