Guidelines for the Development of Learning Management in the Arts of Vegetable and Fruit Carving Subjects Dusit Thani College, Pattaya

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Yuanjit Pislam
Anurak Tongkaw
Saowanee Ladnoi

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The purpose of this research was to study the satisfaction of students in learning management and study guidelines for the development of learning management in the Arts of Vegetable and Fruit Carving subjects at Dusit Thani College, Pattaya. This research was mix-method so-called Embedded-Correlational Design. The data was collected from 100 students and 10 students for an interview. The instruments were a questionnaire and interview that consisted of a content validity test and reliability test by Cronbach's alpha coefficient of the questionnaire which was .93 and included Investigator triangulation check and using descriptive statistics for analysis.


     The results showed that demography did not affect the satisfaction of students in learning management. The satisfaction towards the instructor was at the highest level, followed by student characteristics and evaluation methods, with classroom management being at the lowest satisfaction level. Interview results yielded the same results of satisfaction and were consistent with the questionnaire. As a result of this research, guidelines for the development of learning management in the Arts of Vegetable and Fruit Carving subjects should be applied including teaching by working as a team, categorizing the difficulty of patterns and adjusting the content to be suitable for use in daily life.

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Pislam, Y., Tongkaw, A., & Ladnoi, S. (2020). Guidelines for the Development of Learning Management in the Arts of Vegetable and Fruit Carving Subjects Dusit Thani College, Pattaya . Dusit Thani College Journal, 14(3), 369-384. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/245525
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