Educational Practices Between Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University and Lipa City Colleges: A Comparative Study

Abstract

The study determined the difference between the educational practices of Lipa City Colleges (LCC) and Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University (BSRU) such as their educational goals and objectives, their partnership with the community and with other schools, their services to their students, their financial resources, their facilities and laboratories, and lastly, their teachers’ strategies and methodologies in teaching. The research design used in the study was the descriptive research design. Selected administrators and students of both schools were utilized as the respondents of the study. The researcher used the total enumeration as a technique to arrive at this figure. The respondents from LCC were composed of 165 students and 39 administrators while the respondents from BSRU were composed of 52 students and 59 administrators. The researcher used the Sloven’s Method, and the stratified sampling technique to arrive at the needed number of student-respondents. The perceptions of the two-groups of respondents have high significant differences in terms of educational goals and objectives, linkages, student services and processes, educational economy and teaching strategies and methodologies while have significant difference in terms of facilities and laboratories.



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Ana Malaya Camaligan, International Affairs & ASEAN Network, Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, Thailand
Sutipporn Chotranasak, International Affairs & ASEAN Network, Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, Thailand

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Conference: ECAH2016
Stream: Arts - Arts Policy, Management and Advocacy

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