Development of Work Integrated Learning System for Professional on Industrial Plant Design in Industrial of Engineering Program in Industrial Engineering Technology

Authors

  • ประสิทธิ์ กลิ่นจำปา
  • พงศ์ประเสริฐ หกสุวรรณ
  • ทิพย์เกสร บุญอำไพ

Keywords:

Development of Instructional systems, Work Interated Learning System for Professional, Industrial plant design.

Abstract

The aim of this research were to develop the work integrated learning system for professional learning integrating System on Industrial Plant Designs in Industrial Engineering Program in Industrial Engineering Technology with the specific purposes as follow; 1) to set up and improve this professional learning integrating system. 2) to test the efficiency of this professional learning integrating system based on the criteria E1/E2 = 80/80 and 3) to study the satisfaction of users for this professional learning integrating system. The research results have found that 1) the professional learning integrating System on Industrial Plant Designs in Industrial Engineering Program in Industrial Engineering Technology was consisted of 5 factors namely; the situation analysis, will lesson plan and working sharing, the learner supporting through networking, the on line activities using Google App for education and the evaluation and improvement. 2) the efficiency of work integrated learning system was E1/ E2= 82.87/83.75 which meet the criterian. 3) the student efficiency in post-study was better than pre-study periods with a studying progresses and extremely satisfaction on teaching activities processing using the professional learning integrating system techniques.

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Published

2019-10-09

How to Cite

กลิ่นจำปา ป., หกสุวรรณ พ., & บุญอำไพ ท. (2019). Development of Work Integrated Learning System for Professional on Industrial Plant Design in Industrial of Engineering Program in Industrial Engineering Technology. Research and Development Journal Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 10(1), 72. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/irdssru/article/view/220559