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Paper Title :
The Propelling Reasons Leading the Students and Parents to Opt for Tutorials

Author :Teeraporn Plailek, Preuttiya Chauphudee

Article Citation :Teeraporn Plailek ,Preuttiya Chauphudee , (2018 ) " The Propelling Reasons Leading the Students and Parents to Opt for Tutorials " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 63-66, Volume-4,Issue-12

Abstract : Tutorial schools are thriving and playing an important role in Thai education although the most effective and simplest method of learning for students is paying attention in the class. This research intended to study the propelling reasons leading the students and parents to opt for tutorials. There were 354 participants consisting of 126 primary students, 208 secondary students, and 20 parents at Demonstration school, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. The instruments employed for data collection were the questionnaire and the interview. The data obtained were analyzed by the applications of percentage, mean and standard deviation. The study findings revealed the main reasons. First, the students’ reasons to opt for tutorials were in the high level. When considering each item, the highest average was “studying at tutorial schools provides more techniques for memorizing and doing exams that makes students understand easier than studying at schools.” The lower average was “students want to review the lessons or their old knowledge more precisely”. And the minimum average was “students take tutorial courses because of following their friend.” Second, the parents’ reasons to opt for tutorials for students were in the high level. When considering each item, the highest average was “because of social competition, students have to compete with others that lead students to choose tutorials.” The lower average was “parents want their children to use time wisely.” And the minimum average was “parents lack of trust in the school curriculum, so they opt for tutorials for their children.” Keywords - Propelling factor, Students and Parents, Tutorial.

Type : Research paper


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