Reflections on Using a Monitoring System for Participating Students in Work-Based Learning (WBI) Aimed at Developing the Ability to Face Resilience (75991)

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The objective of this research is to 1) study the level of adaptability and resilience (AQ) and the level of work performance behavior of work-integrated learning (WBL) internship students in a college in Thailand, and 2) study the level of satisfaction in using the student internship monitoring system. The sample group used to study the internship monitoring system consists of 20 internship students and 20 supervising teachers from the host organizations. The tool used is a system for tracking and monitoring student internships, ability testing in facing and overcoming obstacles, behavior assessment of students, and satisfaction assessment. The statistical methods used for data analysis include basic statistics, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and dependent t-test.
1) The results of comparing the average scores before and after training showed that the average test scores for problem-solving and overcoming obstacles were higher after training, with a score of 143.05 & 125.50, and the average test scores for work behavior of the trainees were also higher after training, with a score of 109.10 & 76.15, which is statistically significant at the 0.01 level. And 2) The overall satisfaction level is at the highest level of satisfaction (4.64). The highest level of satisfaction is in the area of student monitoring and the second highest is in the area of guidance from advisors.

Authors:
Benjamaporn Jantorn, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand


About the Presenter(s)
Benjamaporn Jantorn is currently pursuing a Ph.D. program in learning innovation and technology on a scholarship from King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi. Thailand.

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00