An Educational Management Approach in Total Support for Thai Undergraduates’ Learning and Performance Behaviour
For decades the Thai government has been allocating financial resources to education that does little for the undergraduate students’ learning and performance behaviour. This study aims in providing a framework for the Thai educational management at the university level to create a total support for the undergraduates’ learning and performing behaviour to make a progression in their studies. A questionnaire was carried out in an online format which targeted undergraduates at the second, third, and fourth year. According to the results, the undergraduates strongly believed that teachers are important in helping them make things simple to understand and being humble. Meanwhile, the individual, family members, classmates, and course designs are viewed in favour of helping the students on encouraging oneself to find the answer, having confidence, taking responsibility and accountability, and focusing on gaining more knowledge. To make total support practical educational management needs to have the idea thoroughly assessed.