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Unformatted text preview: See discussions, stats, and author profiles for this publication at: Moving Towards Elearning Paradigm:Readines of IT Faculty Members in a State University in the Philippines Conference Paper · October 2017 CITATIONS READS 0 101 1 author: Billy S. Javier Cagayan State University 9 PUBLICATIONS 0 CITATIONS SEE PROFILE Some of the authors of this publication are also working on these related projects: Computers in Education View project ICT Applications in Fisheries View project All content following this page was uploaded by Billy S. Javier on 16 February 2018. The user has requested enhancement of the downloaded file. 2 CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS International Conference on Education “Education for Human Resource Development in the 21st Century” (ICE 2017) 5 – 6 September 2017 Organized by School of Educational Studies, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Thailand 3 INTRODUCTION We, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University (STOU), would like to welcome our guests and colleagues to the International Conference in Education on Education for Human Resource Development in the 21st Century. The objectives of the conference are: (1) to present and disseminate results of research studies and new body of knowledge in the field of education; (2) to exchange and share knowledge and experience in the field of education among graduate students and professional educators both within and outside Thailand; and (3) to establish cooperation networks involving educational institutions and related work agencies both within and outside Thailand. Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University is an open admission university employing the distance instructional system. Under this system, there is no classroom instruction on the campus. The learners and instructors are far apart, but learners can study by themselves via the use of multimedia of instruction provided by the university, e-learning and face-to-face interaction with the instructors in off-campus tutorial sessions. The School of Educational Studies, STOU realizes the importance of organizing an international conference in education to provide the forum for dissemination of advancement of knowledge in the field of education and to provide opportunity for educational researchers, leading academics, professors, practitioners and graduate students in education to meet and exchange ideas via research presentation, discussion and other activities which will result in further extension of the body of knowledge in the field of education and enhancement of knowledge and experience of the graduate students. In order to achieve the successful and productive event, distinguish keynote speakers were invited. As well, potential authors were invited to submit full papers which each of them were reviewed by two experts in their fields from the International Review Committee. Within this volume, there are 33 contributing authors coming from 5 countries. This book of proceedings has been organized according to following themes: - Distance Education, Lifelong Learning - Educational Technology - Leading and Managing Quality Education - Curriculum and Instruction Development - Educational Evaluation - Social Development and Education 4 CONFERENCE AGENDA September 5, 2017 08.30 – 09.00 09.00 – 09.45 09.45 – 10.00 10.00 – 12.00 12.00 – 13.00 13.00 – 14.30 14.30 – 14.45 14.45 – 16.00 Registration Opening Ceremony Report by Dean, School of Educational Studies Opening Address by President of STOU Coffee Break Keynote Address by Dr. Libing Wang, UNESCO, Bangkok Lunch Break Paper Presentation (Concurrent Sessions) Coffee Break Paper Presentation (Concurrent Sessions) September 6, 2017 08.30 – 09.00 09.00 – 10.30 10.30 – 10.45 10.45 – 12.00 12:00 – 13:00 13:00 – 14:30 14.30 – 14.45 14.45 – 16.00 Registration Keynote Address by Mr. Thomas Kuan, Founder of University of 3rd Age, Singapore Coffee Break Keynote Address by Dr. Peter Rawlins, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Education, Massey University, New Zealand Lunch Break Paper Presentation (Concurrent Sessions) Coffee Break Paper Presentation (Concurrent Sessions) 5 ADVISORY COMMITTEE Assoc. Prof. Dr Taweewat Watthanakuljaroen Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sansanee Sungsunanan Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sareepan Supawan Asst. Prof. Dr. Sungworn Ngudgratoke Asst. Prof. Dr Duongdearn Pinsuwan Professor Dr. Sumalee Sungsri Asst. Prof. Dr Niranart Sansa Asst. Prof. Dr Ketkanok Urwongse Asst. Prof. Dr. Areerug Mejang Asst. Prof. Dr. Jurarat Thammaprateep ACADEMIC REVIEW COMMITTEE Prof. Dr. Santhiram A/L R. Raman Prof. Megumi Shibuya Prof. Dr. Pongpan Kerdpitak Prof. Dr. Siriwan Sripahol Assoc. Prof. Dr Praphon Jearakul Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suttiwan Tuntirojanawong Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siriwan Anantho Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wilailak Suwajittanon Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pachalee Phonyotin Assoc. Prof. Dr.Taweewat Watthanakuljaroen Assoc. Prof. Dr. Laddawan Na Ranong Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nuanjid Chaowakeratipong Assoc. Prof. Dr. Varangkana Topothai Assoc. Prof. Dr. Choochat Phuangsomjit Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sita Yiemkuntitavorn Asst. Prof. Dr. Sawai Fakkao Asst. Prof. Dr. Krittiga Tanprasert Asst. Prof. Dr. Chairat Modnak Asst. Prof. Dr. Monwipa Wongrujira Asst. Prof. Dr. Chaiyuth Sirisuthi Asst. Prof. Dr. Khemtong Sirisanglert Asst. Prof. Dr. Ketkanok Urwongse Asst. Prof. Dr. Taviga Tungprapa Prof. Linda Leach Prof. Dr. Peter Rawlins Prof. Dr. Sumalee Sungsri Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sujin Visavateeranon Assoc. Prof. Dr. Supawan Lekwilai Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nittaya Passornsiri Assoc. Prof. Dr. Payung Cedar Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sasikarn Tawisuwan Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alisa Vanijdee Assoc. Prof. Dr. Patamaporn Yenbumrung Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somporn Puttapithakporn Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sansanee Sungsunanan Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kanchana Lindratanasirikul Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somkid Promjouy Asst. Prof. Dr. Poonsap Naknaka Asst. Prof. Dr Walai Isarankura Na Ayudhaya Asst. Prof. Dr. Sasithep Pitiporntapin Asst. Prof. Dr. Nattaporn Lawthong Asst. Prof. Dr. Dutsadee Roongrattanakool Asst. Prof. Dr. Pranapha Modehiran Asst. Prof. Dr. Jurarat Thammaprateep Asst. Prof. Dr. Petchpong Mayukhachot Asst. Prof. Dr. Duongdearn Pinsuwan Asst. Prof. Dr. Ratana Daungkaew Asst. Prof. Dr. Darunee Jumpatong Dr. Rungnapa Nutravong Dr. Pornpanom Sriwichean Dr. Prapassara Thanosawan Dr. Theeraphab Phetmalaikul Dr. Mesa Nuansri Dr. Pornpimon Prasongporn Dr. Ongart Sumrum Asst. Prof. Dr. Areerug Mejang Asst. Prof. Dr. Sungworn Ngudgratoke Asst. Prof. Dr Koolchalee Chongcharoen Dr. Chatupol Yongsorn Dr. Bongkot Sewatamra Dr. Kanit Sriklaub Dr. Seerungrat Sudsomboon Dr. Wipada Wanich Dr. Sopana Sudsomboon PROCEEDING EDITORS Assoc. Prof. Dr. Arunee Horadal Asst. Prof. Dr. Darunee Jumpatong Asst. Prof. Dr. Koolchalee Chongcharoen Dr. Ongart Sumrum Dr. Kanjana Silpakityan Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sita Yiemkuntitavorn Asst. Prof. Dr. Vinit Thueakthong Dr. Chanipun Chartisathian Dr. Kantawan Meesomsarn 6 International Conference in Education on Education for Human Resource Development in the 21st Century September 5-6, 2017 School of Educational Studies, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Nonthaburi, Thailand September 5, 2017 (10:00 – 12:00 AM) Keynote speaker: Wang Libing UNESCO, Bangkok Wang Libing received his doctoral degree at Hangzhou University, China, in 1994. He specializes in comparative education, higher education policies and teacher education. He is currently a university professor at the College of Education, Zhejiang University, China. He was a visiting fellow at the University of Sussex, UK from 1992 to 1993 and at the University of Warwick, UK from 1 9 9 8 to 1 9 9 9 . Since 2 0 0 0 , his work has been closely linked with UNESCO as he was appointed as Director of UNESCO-APEID Associated Centre at Zhejiang University and Secretary of the Global University Network for Innovation – Asia and the Pacific (GUNIAP), a UNESCO-initiated regional network that brings together leading universities in this region for experience sharing and partnership building. 7 International Conference in Education on Education for Human Resource Development in the 21st Century September 5-6, 2017 School of Educational Studies, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Nonthaburi, Thailand September 6, 2017 (9:00 – 10:30 AM) Keynote speaker: Thomas Kuan University of 3rd Age, Singapore U 3rd Age (University of 3rd Age) - Founder East Asia Federation for Adult Education (EAFAE) President (2017-2019) PIMA, Friends of PASCAL - Honorary Treasurer (2017-2018) (U3A Asia Pacific Alliance - Steering Committee Member) Education M.A. University of Hull (UK, 1998) - Education, Training and Development. Diplomas in Management Consultancy, Human Resources, and Industrial Engineering; and Diploma in Insurance Studies (1990s in Singapore). Awards & Honors Fellow, Beta Phi International Literary Society, 2014 Certified Qigong Trainer, Meimen Qigong Culture Center, Taiwan (2015) 8 Summary of Key Experiences: Current Researches: 1) Comparative studies on BaZi (Chinese) as an eastern philosophy of learning, and Learner Autonomy Profile (LAP) as a western approach to coach learners. 2) ‘Later Life Learning’ SIG PIMA Project – as a convenor of a group of international professors, researchers and practitioners to share expertise and skills in encouraging more adults into later life learning. Papers Presented at Meetings and Conferences: 1997 – ‘A Training Need Analysis of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Singapore’ presented at the ‘Second International Conference on Adult Education Research & Its Journal’; April 15-18 1997, Hong Kong. 2005 - ‘Using Lifelong Learning to Meet the Challenges of Employment for Older Working Adults – A Singapore Perspective’; presented at 6th East Asia Forum on Adult Education, Japan; November 2005. 2006 - ‘Adult Education in Singapore: Some Learning Considerations’ at the Korea Federation of Lifelong Education International Seminar 2006 on ‘Vision and Strategy for the Learning State in East Asia Countries’; Korea. 2006 - ‘Singapore: The Making of a Learning Society – The Singapore Experience’; EAFAE International Seminar 2006 in Yongin City, Korea. 2008 - ‘Lifelong Learning and Human Resource Development in a Globalised Economy (Some Observations from the Singapore Context’ at the Conference on ‘Trends and Strategies of National Lifelong Learning Network’ in Korea. 2009 – ‘Sustaining Workers’ Training Beginning with Changes in the Workplace: Emerging Directions in Asian Self-Directed Learning Perspectives’ at Taiwan 2009 International Conference on Adult and Elder Education: Workplace Change and Adult Learning; National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan; October 2009. 2010 - ‘Action Strategies for Lifelong Learning in Singapore – Perspectives from a Non-Government Organization’ at the 2010 International Conference on the Action Strategy of Lifelong Learning, Taiwan; June 2010. 2010 ‘The Guided Autobiography (GAB) Process – Lifelong Learning for Senior Citizens’ at the First APA-U3A International Conference in Chitrakoot, India; February 2010. 2011 - Welcome Speech at the Second APA-U3A International Conference in Singapore; August 2011. 2011 – ‘Lifelong Learning in Singapore - Senior Citizens’ Learning Perspective’ at EAFAE Conference in Singapore’; October 2011. 9 2011 - Welcome Address to scholars to the First Asia Autonomous Learning World Caucus in Singapore; October 2011. 2011 – ‘Autonomous Learning of Senior Citizens – A NGO Perspective’ at Second APAU3A International Conference in Singapore; August 2011. 2011 – ‘The Challenges of Lifelong Learning for Employment and Employability of Older Workers in Singapore’ at the EAFAE 6th General Assembly. 2012 - ‘U3As as Holistic Living Environment’ at 3rd International U3A Conference; Chinmaya Vibhooti, Pune, India. October 2012. 2013 - ‘Lifelong Education Policy – Motivations for Continuous Education’ in Daegu University – International Conference of Lifelong Education Policy, November 2013. 2013 – ‘Living and Learning – Challenges For Senior Citizens in Singapore for Next Ten Years’ in Taiwan International Conference on Senior Learning and LOHAS. Translated (into Chinese) and published in the Journal Taiwan Adult and Literary Education Society. 2013 ‘Challenges of Ageing Issues in an Urban Learning City – Some Reflections from Singapore’ at 11th PASCAL International Observatory Conference on ‘Cities Learning Together’ in Hong Kong; November 2013. Paper not presented but printed in Conference Proceedings of page 142. 2013 - ‘Universities of the Third Age (U3As) – Communities of Non-Formal Learners’ for Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; 17 January 2013. 2013 – ‘Empowerment Of Learning Cities – Some Reflections on Two Major Trends’ organized by Gwangmyeong City, Korea; September 2013. 2013 - ‘Sustaining Lifelong Learning through Profiling of Learner’s Motivation’ at The 1st International Conference on Lifelong Learning for ALL 2013 on ‘Sustainable Practices towards Lifelong Learning Society’ at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; 18-19 July, 2014 - Travels – Connecting U3As on Lifelong Learning Journeys’ at International Associations of Universities of Third Age (IAUTA) – International Conference on ‘International Cooperation and U3A’ at Toulouse, France; June 2014. 2014 – Understand Seniors’ Motivation in E-Learning through the Classical BaZi Theory’ presented at e-Learning Korea Conference 17-18 September 2014; Korea. 2014 – ‘Analysis of Coaching Processes in LAP and BaZi’ presented at the Eleventh Annual Autonomous Learner World Caucus held in Oxford, UK. 10 2015 – ‘An Initial Effort to Learn About the Eastern Concept of BaZi and The Western Concept of Learning Autonomy’ (A Joint Paper with Prof Emeritus Gary J. Confessore) at the International Conference on ‘Entrepreneuring Lifelong Education: Global Perspectivism on Social Innovation, Cultural Integration, and Ethical Praxis’ at National Taiwan Normal University. November 2015. 2016 ‘Creative Approach to Foster The Lifelong Love for Learning – An Eastern Perspective Context [Using ‘Bazi Concept’ As a Predictive Analytics to Profile Learners] at the Forth International Conference on Lifelong Learning for All, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand; September 2016. 2017 ‘Understanding Adults’ Motivation for Optimal Lifelong Learning’ at EAFAE Conference on ‘Extending Universities’ Roles in Adult and Lifelong Learning: East Asia Perspectives and Practices’ in Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia. 11 International Conference in Education on Education for Human Resource Development in the 21st Century September 5-6, 2017 School of Educational Studies, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Nonthaburi, Thailand 6 September 2017 (10:45 – 12:00 AM) Keynote speaker: Peter Rawlins Senior Lecturer, Institute of Education, Massey University, New Zealand He has been a teacher since 1985. Before coming to Massey University at the start of 2003 he was Assistant Principal and HOD mathematics at a single sex girls’ school. He has also been a senior instructor at an outdoor centre in the UK as well as HOD mathematics for a national dyslexic school in the UK. His main area of teaching is in the field of mathematics education at both the graduate and post-graduate level as well as the area of assessment at the postgraduate level. His main research interests include the use of formative assessment to enhance learning and the use of international achievement programmes (such as PISA and TIMSS) to determine policy. 12 2017 ICE CONFERENCE PROGRAM 5 September 2017 Registration 8.30 – 9.00 9.00 – 09.45 Opening Ceremony Report by Dean, School of Educational Studies Opening Address by President of STOU 09.45 – 10.00 Coffee Break 10.00 – 12.00 Keynote Address by Dr. Libing Wang, UNESCO, Bangkok 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch Break Paper Presentation (Concurrent Sessions) 5 September 2017 13:00 – 16:00 Room 1 3003 Theme: Educational Technology Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Praphon Jearakul Paper 1: Moving towards E-learning Paradigm: Readiness of the IT Faculty Members in a State University in Northern Philippines Billy S. Javier, Emerito A. Lanojan, Eileen B. Cosidon, and Giged TongBattung, Philippines 19 Paper 2: Effectiveness of Blended Learning of the Life Project 4 Youth - Computer Literacy Program for out of School Youth Participants Giged Battung, Aurora Cindy Balabat, and Jun Brian P. Tubongbanua, Philippines 31 Paper 3: Perception on Media Ethics among Thai Local Broadcasters: Reflections for Media Literacy Education Siriwan Anantho, Thailand 43 13 2017 ICE CONFERENCE PROGRAM 5 September 2017 13:00 – 16:00 Room 2 3004 Paper 4: Development of an Electronic Learning Package via Social Media Using Storyline Method on the English Course Topic of Using Context Clues to Enhance Reading Comprehension for Mathayom Suksa V Students in Schools under the Secondary Education Service Area Office 1 Pasin Khongpakpoon, Taweewat Watthanakuljaroen, and Sunsanee Sungsunanan, Thailand 50 Paper 5: Readiness of the Information Technology Faculty of State University and Colleges in the Province of Ilocos Sur, Philippines Towards Blended Learning Battung, Giged T., Alasaas, Jennyfer D., Alconis, Ana Leah A., Navarro, Shareen A., and Rabanal, Peter R., Philippines 59 Theme: Leading and Managing Quality Education Chairperson: Asst. Prof. Dr. Koolchalee Chongcharoen Paper 1: Financial Management Practices of School Heads: Teachers’ Perspectives Francisco M. Espinosa, Philippines 72 Paper 2: Centralization of School Personnel Management: An Innovation Strategy Wu Xiaoxin, China 86 Paper 3: The Roles of Department Head in Enhancing the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) for Cooperative Education Networks of the Upper Southern Region, Thailand Sopana Sudsomboom, and Sudarat Sudsomboon, Thailand 94 Paper 4: Managing an Online Teaching/Learning Environment: the Case of English for Professions in the ASEAN Community Alisa Vanijdee, Thailand 104 14 2017 ICE CONFERENCE PROGRAM 5 September 2017 13:00 – 16:00 Room 3 3005 5 September 2017 13:00 – 16:00 Room 4 3006 Theme: Educational Evaluation Chairperson: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pacharee Phonyotin Paper 1: Confirmatory Factor Analysis Psychological Well–Being of the Elderly in the Southern Border Provinces of Thailand Ubontip Chaisang, Nitipat Mekkhachorn, Laddawan Na Ranong, and Warakorn Sapwirapakorn, Thailand 118 Paper 2: Development of a Standardized English Proficiency Test for Panyapiwat Institute of Management (PIM-EPT) Poonsap Naknaka, Thailand 130 Paper 3: The Development of a Scale to Measure Self-Compassion of Rajabhat Universities Students in Bangkok Kidanan Chumnanvech, Niranart Sansa, Nitipat Mekkhachorn, and Samorn Sangaroon, Thailand 140 Paper 4: The Effect of Service Quality and Medical Environment towards Patients’ Satisfaction in the Medical Industry in China Yace Chen, and Mandy Mok Kim Man, Malaysia 149 Theme: Distance Education and Lifelong Learning Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Sumalee Sungsri Paper 1: A Distance Education System for Thai Higher Education in the Next Decade Nittaya Bunparit, Sareepan Supawan, Sumalee Sungsri, and Tipkesorn Boonumpai, Thailand 157 Paper 2: Qualitative Analysis of Graduate School Admission Essays at 179 the University of the Philippines Open University: Themes, Implications and Recommendations for Distance Education Louise S. Villanueva, and Phoebe Grace C. Dungo, Philippines Paper 3: Development of a Distance Training Package on the Topic of Development of Short-Term Vocational Training Course for Polytechnic’s Teachers under the Office of Vocational Education Commission Petchpong Mayukhachot, Thailand 193 15 2017 ICE CONFERENCE PROGRAM 6 September 2017 Paper 4: The Enhancement of Parental Involvement to Develop an Individualized Learning Program and Increase Educational Opportunity for Homeschoolers Bongkot Sewatarmra, Ratana Daungkaew, and Choochat Puangsomjit, Thailand 201 Paper 5: Enhancing Capability in Developing Learning Society of NonFormal and Informal Education Teachers for Promoting Lifelong Education in Local Areas of Thailand Sumalee Sungsri, Thail...
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