The Structural Equation Modeling of Human Resource Development Affecting Internationalization of Private Schools

Abstract

The purposes of this study were to develop and examine the goodness-of-fit of the model of Human Resource Development factors affecting the Internationalization of Thai private schools developed by the researcher with empirical data. There were 626 samples of research conducted from private schools in Thailand. The factors were found as a result from thorough literature review and were confirmed by 5 academic experts through in-depth interview. The findings showed that 1) there are 4 key factors of Human Resource Development; (1) Knowledge Management (2) Strategic Human Resource Management (3) Diversity Management and (4) Learning Partnership and 2) there are 5 key factors of Internationalization of Thai private schools; (1) Internationalized Personnel (2) Integration of Internationalized Curriculum (3) Pedagogy of World Languages (4) Expanding Students’ International Experiences (5) Harnessing Technology to Expand International Network. Multi-stage random sampling were used to analyze the data. The results showed that a Structural Equation Modeling of Human Resource Development factors affecting Internationalization of Thai private schools was consistent with the empirical data.



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Sakdipat Krishanachinda, Khon Kaen University, Thailand

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Conference: SEACE2020
Stream: Educational policy

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Sakdipat Krishanachinda

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