Multi-level Structural Equation Model of Factors Affecting the Performance Appraisal Effectiveness of Special Education Teachers

Abstract

The purposes of this research was to develop and examine the congruence of multi-level structural equation model of factors affecting the special education teacher’s performance appraisal effectiveness. The research divided into two phases; (I) The synthesizing the key factors of MSEM of factors affecting the performance appraisal effectiveness of special education teachers, using synthesis documents and an in-depth interview from five academic experts. (II) The MSEM examined the consistency using Confirmatory Factors Analysis and Multi-level Analysis of the factors ’s influence. The sample included 1,120 special education teachers and administrators under the office of Special Education Bureau in Thailand. The instrument was a questionnaire about teacher’s performance appraisal effectiveness and factors affecting teacher’s performance appraisal effectiveness in Special Education Centers, Thailand. The research found that;
MSEM’ factors affecting the special education teacher’s performance appraisal effectiveness has 8 primary factors, 29 secondary factors and 147 indicators. MSEM’ factors affecting the special education teacher’s performance appraisal effectiveness under the office of Special Education Bureau Commission is consistent according to the structure fit quite well with the empirical data set.

 



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Vichuda Chokphukhiao, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
Kanokorn Somprach, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
Jatuphum Ketchatturat, Khon Kaen University, Thailand

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Conference: SEACE2020
Stream: Educational policy

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Vichuda Chokphukhiao, Kanokorn Somprach, and Jatuphum Ketchatturat

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