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Measurement of Improved Learning Outcomes using Job Assignment Teaching Method

직무배정 수업기법의 학습성과 향상도 측정

  • Kim, Sang-Kyun (Department of Industrial Engineering, Kangwon National University)
  • 김상균 (강원대학교 산업공학과)
  • Received : 2011.08.29
  • Accepted : 2011.12.13
  • Published : 2011.12.31

Abstract

Kim(2011) showed that the team-based teaching method which is focusing on the individual job assignment solves the backlash effects of peer-evaluation method and suggested that it should be studied if the job assignment teaching method does not worsen the learning outcomes[1]. To analyse the learning outcomes of the job assignment teaching method is the purpose of this paper. This paper evaluates the improvement of the learning outcomes which are resulted from a variance of education style that each member of project team was given his specific task. Firstly, all the students evaluate a learning satisfaction and quality of outcomes by themselves. Secondly, an instructor and some professionals evaluate all the outputs. The results showed that the learning outcomes evaluated by students and instructors are improved significantly. The suggested method in this paper, which focuses on the job assignment of team project, could improve the learning outcomes of team project in engineering education.

Keywords

Job Assignment;Learning Outcomes;Engineering Education

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