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Knowledge Management 2015

The 15th APSSA International Conference 2016

Dr. Hathaichanok Komintarachat, an Assistant to the Dean for student activities, was invited by the Office of Higher Education Commission to prepare and present Thailand’s country report in ‘The 15th APSSA International Conference 2016’ which was organized by the Office of Higher Education Commission, Chaing Mai University, and the Asia Pacific Student Services Association (APSSA) which is an international organization with a distinctive focus on the Asia Pacific region. APSSA is a network of student affairs professionals who are passionate about strengthening their role in tertiary education by providing positive student experiences that enhance student learning.  APSSA provides a platform for global collaboration in the field of student affairs through organizing international conferences, training programs, staff attachment programs and professionalstudyvisits through the Institute of Student Affairs (ISA). The Conference was organized from June 26th, 2016 to June 29th, 2016 at Chaing Mai University, 

Dr. Hathaichanok Komintarachat, an Assistant to the Dean for student activities, has participated in an ‘Student Affairs Senior Executive Development Program of Thailand Higher Education Institutions’ which was organized by the Office of Higher Education Commission. The Program was organized from December 14th, 2015 to December 17th, 2015 and December 24th, 2015 to December 26th, 2015 at Avani Atrium Bangkok, Thailand; and a study visit to The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR from December 20th, 2015 to December 23th, 2015.

 

She has successfully fulfilled all requirements for the program and awarded a certificate and an honorable pin for her achievement from the Office of Higher Education Commission. 

Executive Summary

Program: 

Student Affairs Senior Executive Development Program of Thailand Higher Education Institutions

 

Date:     

December 14th, 2015 to December 26th, 2015

 

Venue:  

Avani Atrium Bangkok, Thailand

 

Study Visit:   

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR (December 20th, 2015 to December 23th, 2015)

 

Organizer:     

Office of Higher Education Commission

 

Objectives:    

To support, promote, and develop participants’ ideas, knowledge, understanding, and ability about student affairs management in order to produce graduates with desirable characteristics

 

Curriculum:  

The program consisted of 5 modules as followed

 

1.) 21st Century Student Affairs Management

  • Students characteristics for 21st century

  • Student Development for Global Citizenship

 

2.) Vision on Student Affairs Management

  •  Ideas for Student Affairs Management

  • KM for Student Affairs Management

  • Student Life management

  • Management perspectives

  • Experience from Hong Kong Universities

 

3.) Skills for Student Affairs Management

  • Quality Assurance

  • Communication for Change

  • Conflict Management

 

4.) Student Affairs Pro-active Thinking and Strategic Thinking

  • Management perspectives

  • Case Study

  • Strategic Planning

 

5.) Application of the New Knowledge

  • Presentation

 

Learning Strategies:

1.) Lectures

2.) Action Learning Workshop

3.) Study Visit

4.) Networking

 

Learning outcome:    The vision of new graduates is as follows

 

T =       T                                                                      C =      Creativity

 

H =      Hospitality                                                      H =      Happiness and Holistic Outlook

 

A =      Adaptability                                                     A =      Appreciation of Life

 

I =       Innovation                                                       N =      Networking

 

L =      (Healthy) Lifestyle                                          G =      Glocalization                          

 

A =      Allegiance                                                        E =      Entrepreneurship

 

N =      Newness

 

D =      Diversity

 

A world populated by responsible adults who thrive an interdependence and community. Overhauling the educational paradigm means replacing the metaphor – the concept of the world and its inhabitants as machine-like entities – that has shaped the education system, as well as many aspects of culture. It is essential to view learning as a total community responsibility.