The Construction of Team Paradigm: A Case Study of School Practical in Lopburi Province, Thailand


The objectives of this research were to: 1) study the characteristics of school teamwork 2) study the composition and practical of team building 3) Construct the process of team paradigm. The target group were school director, teachers, and school boards of the best practice school of teamwork in Lopburi province, Thailand (Bandanthailom School, Lopburi Educational Service Area Office 2) by used purposive selection method. The collecting data used snowball technique. Data analysis used the method of content analysis, interpreting data, and creating the paradigm. Research instruments was an interview form.

The results found that:

1. The characteristics of teamwork in school were assignment and working together for the best results in the practice to develop learning resources and learning of learners. The team building depends on maintaining the honor of school and responding to the mission as follow the policy of school director.

2. The factors and guideline of team building in school were creating and sharing a vision together, resolving together, working according to expertise and cooperative working, solving problems and eliminating conflicts, and good coordination.

3. The paradigm of school team building consists of creating awareness and ideology for working together, working together as friendship, using of leadership to conflict management, collaboration from stakeholders, creating an environment that conducive to working together, organizing projects and activities that focus on participation, and creating cooperation network.

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Nongluk Kaewnet, Nakon Ratchasima Rajabhat University, Thailand

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Conference: ACEID2020
Stream: Educational policy

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To cite this article:
Kaewnet N. (2020) The Construction of Team Paradigm: A Case Study of School Practical in Lopburi Province, Thailand ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2020 Official Conference Proceedings
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