The Competency Development in Practical Skills by Hand-On Activities for Industrial Education Students (Electrical Engineering Learners)


This study was aimed to developed learning competency in practical sessions by using Hand-on activities. The tools used to collect data were a questionnaire, assessment test and Delphi technique. The purposive sampling of this study were 80 senior students in Electrical Engineering Education from King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi. The Delphi technique sampling groups were selected from 10 experts as the mainstream vocational education. The research finding were the student samples had insufficiency of knowledge, skills and attitudes for competency’s need of vocational education. The results of Delphi technique found that the basic competency can divided to 3 domains; cognitive,affective and psychomotor. The factor of these are consist of basic electronic (design circuits by computer, testing circuits and electronic instrument skills). Hand-on activities modules were design as lesson plan by job analysis and contain with knowledge and skill in the basic of electronic including to do PCB electronic board ,soldering and coil wiring transformer.

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Tanapon Tamrongkunanan, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand
Tanes Tanitteerapan, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

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Conference: ACTC2017
Stream: Education in a virtual world

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