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Analyzing Education Needs for the Development of Entrepreneurship of University Student (대학생의 창업역량 개발을 위한 교육요구 분석)

  • Lee, Ji An;Ahn, Young Sik
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.73-82
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    • 2019
  • As the importance of entrepreneurship education has increased, universities are conducting various programs related to entrepreneurship for university students. Despite these efforts, however, the demand for a competency-oriented entrepreneurship education program to realize the entrepreneurial idea is not fully reflected. Therefore this study is conducted to provide strategies for the development, management, and facilitation of the entrepreneurship education program of university through the analysis of difference between the level of importance and level of performance for the development of entrepreneurship of university student. Through the literature review, entrepreneurship is classified the step of confirming entrepreneurial intention, drawing up a start-up model, and planning a venture start-up. This study is analyzed through the t-test to identify difference between level of importance and level of performance with the 15 items of 7 competencies. This study is used Borich needs analysis and the Locus for Focus Model to know the priority of education needs for the development of entrepreneurship of university student. As the result of study, university students' entrepreneurial competences between level of importance and level of performance are shown significantly different among 15 items, the first priority is 6 items and the second priority is 2 items using Borich needs analysis and the Locus for Focus Model. Four competence clusters such as self-analytic competence, ability of eliciting entrepreneurial idea, ability of analyzing idea validity, and business-plan presentation competency are suggested with the combination of first and second priority competence. In order to develop each competence, ability of eliciting entrepreneurial idea and ability of analyzing idea validity are the key of education, self-analytic competence is needed to strengthen the intention of entrepreneurship, and business-plan presentation competence is cultivated as the ability of persuading investors to realize business ideas and is applied to business situation.

The Study on Needs of Health college students on Extracurricular Programs (보건계열 대학생의 비교과 교육프로그램 요구도 조사)

  • Kim, Hee-Kyoung;Kim, Myung-Eun
    • Journal of Industrial Convergence
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.125-134
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    • 2022
  • This study was conducted to improve the direction of extracurriculular education for health students and to establish and systematic extracurricular education and operation system. The needs and priorities of extracurricular education programs were investigated through a survey of health students. The data were analyzed by Borich's needs and The Locus for Focus Model. As a result of priorities of extracurriculular programs according to Borich's needs, the top 10 programs included 'certification', 'career exploration', 'overseas service', 'second language', 'employment education', 'talent donation', 'English', 'computer utilization', and 'major convergence learning'. As a result of priorities by applying The Locus for Focus Model, 'certification', 'career exploration', 'employment education', 'foreign service', 'English', 'domestic service', 'second foreign language', 'talent donation', and 'computer utilization' was included. A total of nine programs were derived by combining Borich and The Locus for Focus Model, and priorities were 'certification', 'career exploration', 'overseas service', 'second foreign language', 'employment education', 'talent donation', 'English', 'computer utilization', and 'domestic service'. As a result of this study, health students had a high needs for comparison programs for employment and volunteer programs, so universities should reflect this and establish a comparison program operation system for health students.

Needs Analysis of Farming Practice to Strengthen the Competence of Farm Successors (영농승계자 역량강화를 위한 영농실습 요구도 분석)

  • Um, Ji-Bum
    • Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development
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    • v.27 no.4
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    • pp.159-171
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    • 2020
  • This study aims to examine the needs analysis for agricultural management capabilities and farming practices that were emphasized by focusing to the inflow of farmers and the importance of the smooth succession. Data were collected from 134 farm successors. The Borich demand and the Locus for Focus model were hired for the study. Result were as follows. The competency group that the farm successors showed a high educational needs for was financial management. As for the detailed competencies that farm successors showed high educational needs for, based on Borich demand and the Locus for Focus model, the six detailed competencies of financial measures, financial analysis, financial management, sales planning, machine operation, and pest management were common and were derived as priorities. As for the direction of farming practice education for farm successors, based on these analysis results, education on machinery operation in the production sector should be expanded, and the management sector, more systematic and diverse education should be prepared to strengthen financial management capabilities.

Analysis of Media Literacy Evaluation Items in Early Childhood Animation (유아동 교육 애니메이션의 미디어 리터러시 평가항목 요구도 분석)

  • Jang, Eunyoung
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.19 no.5
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    • pp.365-373
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    • 2021
  • This work aims to derive data-based requirements by analyzing the importance and performance of media literacy in early childhood animations. For this, a survey was conducted on parents with young children after drawing questions of assessment items through expert focus group interviews (FGI). The analytical instruments, Borich Needs Formula formulation and The Locus for Focus Model were used together to improve accuracy. Based on the results, it is meaningful in that it recognized the demand of the inmates for children's education animation and prepared systematic indicators for it.

Analyzing the Educational Needs of Peer Tutors' Competencies: Focusing on the Case of K University (또래교수 역량의 교육요구도 분석: K대학 사례를 중심으로)

  • Song, Myunghyun;Ha, Taein;Kim, Woocheol
    • Journal of Practical Engineering Education
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.155-163
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study is to identify competencies that peer tutors should possess in activities that promote learning motivation and learning improvement for their tutees and to investigate the educational needs for them at the K-university. To do so, we first conducted extant literature review and obtained expert consultation to identify relevant competencies of peer tutors. Second, the needs analysis using t-test, Borich needs, the Locus for Focus model was implemented to prioritize educational needs for peer tutors. Based on the results, implications and suggestions were discussed.

Performance and Needs of Person-Centered Care of Intensive Care Unit Nurses (중환자실 간호사가 지각하는 인간중심 중환자간호 수행 정도 및 요구도)

  • Lim, Kyoung Ryoung;Park, Jeong Sook
    • Journal of Korean Clinical Nursing Research
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.267-278
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    • 2021
  • Purpose: This study was attempted to identify the importance and performance of person-centered care in nurses in intensive care units (ICU) at general hospitals and to derive the priority of practical person-centered care needs and intervention by analysing their needs. Methods: A total of 156 ICU nurses who wrote a written consent participated in a survey questionnaire on person-centered critical care nursing (PCCN). The collected data were analyzed using paired t-test, Borich's needs assessment, and the Locus for Focus Model. Results: All 15 items of person-centered care in ICU nurses were found to be significantly higher in perception of importance than performance level (t=17.98, p<.001). According to the analysis of Borich's needs and the Locus of Focus Model, person-centered care items with highest priority in ICU were therapeutic contact, comfort words and actions, and efforts to empathize with patients in the compassion category. Conclusion: As a strategy to improve the person-centered nursing performance of ICU nurses in the 'individuality', it is necessary for ICU nurses to recognize the ICU patients as an individualized person, not as a disease or machine-dependent entity. Also, it is necessary to develop programs to improve the ICU nurses' compassion competence because 'compassion' was a top priority according to Borich's needs assessment model and the Locus for Focus Model.

Analysis of Required Competency for Foodservice Franchise Owner : The Locus for Focus Model (외식 프랜차이즈 가맹점주의 필요 역량 분석: The Locus for Focus 모형 중심으로)

  • KIM, Eun Sung;LEE, Sang Seub
    • The Korean Journal of Franchise Management
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    • v.10 no.4
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    • pp.31-42
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    • 2019
  • Purpose : This study can provide various implications for the franchisors to expand activities related to franchise support or to develop andoperate an education program for foodservice franchise owners. Research design, data, and methodology : For those purpose, first, the literatureand literature related to the competency of domestic franchise owner were collected and reviewed through the Korea Education and Research Information Service (RISS). Second, the questionnaire was prepared based on the theoretical basis prepared through previous studies. Based onthe foodservice franchise owner's competency model presented by Kim & Lee (2019b), 13 franchise owner's competencies were marked with both 'What is' levels and 'What should be' levels. Therefore, the total questionnaire consists of 26 questions. Third, questionnaires were distributed and collected. This study used data from 55 surveys which were gathered from foodservice franchise owners in Seongnam-si. SPSS 25.0 was used to analyze the collected survey data. Descriptive and frequency analysis were conducted to analyze the demographic characteristics of the study subjects. Next, we conduct a t-test to analyze the difference between the level of 'What is' competencies by the franchise owners and the level of 'What should be' competencies. Descriptive statistics were used to derive the priorities of the 'What should be' competencies. The Locus for Focus model was used to derive the priorities of the required competencies. Result : Four competencies of team leadership, teamwork and cooperation, customer service, technical·professional·managerial expertise were found to be the first to be developed. Conclusions : The conclusions of this study are as follows. First, teamwork and cooperation competnecy, and team leadership competency, which are derived from the core competencies of foodservice franchise owners, are among the leadership competencies required as managers of organizations. Second, customer service competency and ttechnical·professional·managerial expertise competency derived from the core competencies of restaurant franchise owners belong to the job competencies. Third, the results of this study suggest that the foodservice franchisors will be able that will serve as a baseline to support the foodservice franchisors and franchise owners for sustainable mutual growth by encouraging their will and encouraging them to create results.

A study on TPACK of mathematics teachers : Focusing on recognitions and educational needs of TPACK (수학교사의 테크놀로지 교수 내용 지식(TPACK)에 대한 연구 : TPACK에 대한 인식 및 교육요구도 분석 중심으로)

  • Lee, Da-Hee;Whang, Woo-Hyung
    • The Mathematical Education
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    • v.57 no.1
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    • pp.1-36
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between utilization of technology and TPACK in mathematics teachers, and to analyze needs and retentions, difference between needs and retentions, and educational needs of TPACK in mathematics teachers. Furthermore, we will prioritize TPACK items that mathematics teachers want to change, and provide implications for teacher education related to TPACK in the future. To do this, we analyzed 328 mathematics teachers nationwide by using survey on the utilization of technology, averages of TPACK's needs and retentions, t-test of two averages, Borich's educational needs analysis, and the Locus for Focus model. The results are as follows. Firstly, the actual utilization rate was lower than the positive recognition of utilization of technology by mathematics teachers, and many mathematics teachers mentioned the lack of knowledge related to TPACK. Secondly, the characteristics of in-service mathematics teacher's needs and retentions for TPACK were clear, and TPACK's starting line of in-service mathematics teacher can be different from pre-mathematics teacher's. The retentions was high in the order of CK, PCK and PK, and the needs was higher in the order of TPACK, TCK, TK and TPK. All of the higher retentions were knowledge related to PCK, and the value of CK was extremely high among them. In addition, mathematics teachers recognized needs for integrated knowledge related to technology, and they needed more TCK than TPK. The difference between needs and retentions showed that all items except two items in the PK were significant. Retentions of all items in CK was higher than needs, needs of all items in TK, TCK, TPK and TPACK was higher than retentions, PK and PCK were mixed. Thirdly, based on the analysis of Borich's educational needs and the Locus for Focus model, teacher education on TPACK for mathematics teachers needs to focus on TPACK, TK, TCK, and TPK. Specifically, TPACK needs to combine technology in terms of creativity-convergence, mathematical connections, communication, improvement of evaluation quality, and TK needs to new technology acquisition, function of utilizing technology, troubleshoot problems with technology, TCK needs to mathematical value(esthetic, practical) with technology, and TPK needs to consider technology in terms of evaluation methods, teaching and learning methods, improvement of pedagogy. Therefore, when determining the direction of teacher education related to TPACK in the future, if they try to reflect these items in detail, the teachers could participate more actively and receive practical help.

Educational needs analysis for key vocational competency in nursing students (직업기초능력에 대한 간호대학생의 교육요구도 분석)

  • Hwang, Young Hui;Park, Sun-Jung
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.17 no.11
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    • pp.595-603
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    • 2016
  • This study was conducted to identify and analyze the educational needs for key vocational competency in nursing students. The participants were 411 nurse students at five universities and the survey was conducted from June 1 to June 31, 2016. The data were analyzed with SPSS WIN 23.0 using descriptive statistics, a paired T-test, Borich's Needs Analysis, as well as the Locus for Focus Model. Based on the results, the subjects recognized the present level of 'professional ethics,' 'self development' and 'interpersonal skills' to be high and those of 'communication skills' and 'skills for understanding groups' to be low. 'Professional ethics,' 'self development,' 'problem solving skills' and 'communication skills' were the most important sub-elements of vocational competency. A significant difference in recognition levels between present and importance ere found in all components of vocational competency. The four priorities were analyzed based on Borich's needs value. In accordance with the Locus for Focus model, 'communication skills,' 'problem solving,' 'resource management skills' and 'self development' were identified as the highest priority sub-factors of vocational competency to nursing students. Based on the result of this study, it is expected to be used as the basic data to develop the nursing student's vocational curriculum and program.

Exploring the Design of Artificial Intelligence Convergence Liberal Arts Curriculum Based on Flipped Learning and Maker Education: Focusing on Learner Needs Assessment (플립 러닝과 메이커 교육 기반 인공지능 융합교양교과목 설계 방향 탐색 : 학습자 요구 분석을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Sung-ae
    • Journal of Practical Engineering Education
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.221-232
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study is to explore the design direction of artificial intelligence convergence liberal arts subjects based on flip learning and maker education through analysis of learner needs in a non-face-to-face classroom environment caused by COVID-19. To this end, we analyzed the priorities of subject content elements by using the Borich needs assessment and The Locus for Focus model along with students' perceptions of flip learning for students who took and did not take maker education-based liberal arts courses. Based on this, it was used as basic data for designing the curriculum. The study results are as follows. First, the content elements of the artificial intelligence liberal arts curriculum based on maker education consisted of a total of 9 areas and were designed as a class using flip learning. Second, the areas with the highest demand for education are 'Artificial Intelligence Theory', 'Artificial Intelligence Programming Practice', 'Physical Computing Theory', 'Physical Computing Practice', followed by 'Convergence Project', '3D Printing Theory', '3D Printing practice' was decided. Third, most of the questionnaires regarding the application of flip learning in maker education-based artificial intelligence liberal arts subjects showed positive responses regardless of whether they took the course, and the satisfaction of the students was very high. Based on this, an artificial intelligence-based convergence liberal arts curriculum using flip learning and maker education was designed. This is meaningful in that it provides an opportunity to cultivate artificial intelligence literacy for college students by preparing the foundation for artificial intelligence convergence education in liberal arts education by reflecting the needs of students.