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Linear Structural Analysis of Media Management Administration, Innovation and Early Childhood Creative Technology Under the Office of the Basic Education Commission in Thailand

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  • Pengruck Luckana
  • Boonphak Kanchana
  • Sisan Boonchan

    (Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang,Ladkrabang, Thailand)

Abstract

The promotion of technological prowess in children at an early age is integral to their creative development and future success. This research studied the relationship between media management administration, innovation, and early childhood creative technology in schools under the Office of the Basic Education Commission in Thailand to validate and confirm the linear relationship between flexibility, motivation, imagination, use of new approaches to problem solving, and vision. Questionnaires from respondents showed that the consistency was between 0.60-1.00, with a reliability of 0.890. Data were analyzed using mean standard deviation, and linear structural analysis and compliance with empirical data was checked based on the harmony index which was then compared to applicable criteria. The major findings show that the composition is in line with the empirical data and demonstrated linear structural relationships between the components of media management administration, innovation and early childhood creative technology.

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  • Pengruck Luckana & Boonphak Kanchana & Sisan Boonchan, 2018. "Linear Structural Analysis of Media Management Administration, Innovation and Early Childhood Creative Technology Under the Office of the Basic Education Commission in Thailand," Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Sciendo, vol. 9(6), pages 165-172, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:mjsosc:v:9:y:2018:i:6:p:165-172:n:16
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