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KMUTT Annual Research

KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 classroom of Communication Skills subject which used the quantitative research methodology. The research's objective was to study the learning behavior of the 10 master degree students (first year), Department of Technology and Learning Communication, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi. The researcher used the semi-format interview method together with non-participant observation to do this research to get the data that can be divided into 6 groups: the future aim, the point of view and the decision about the learning, the learning behavior, the learning problem, the inter-relationship with the teacher, and the interrelationship with their friends. For the form of developing the learning skill, it had the goal to make the students aware of their flaws concerning their learning behavior and could improve their learning method by time management, reading, writing note, concentration, and preparing for an examination. The form of developing learning skills consists of 1) surveying the learning behavior of the students 2) giving the knowledge about the appropriate learning method to the students 3) training learning skill to them and 4) letting the students check their improvement by themselves. IC-186 THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS DEVELOPMENT IN “NO SMOKING CAMPAIGN” CASE STUDY FROM SAINT JOHN’S UNIVERSITY Pornpapatsorn Princhankol The 19 th International Conference, “Learning Organization in a Learning World” (ICLORD 2005), April 18-22, 2005, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 828-833 The objectives of the current research were to : (1) study smoking behavior of St.john University's (SJU) male and female students, (2) study students' opinions toward the “Smokingfree SJU” Campaign, and (3) recommend directions in improving SJU students’ health for not smoking on campus. Qualitative methods, both focus group discussions and in-dept interviews, were used to collect data from smoking and non - smoking students in various faculties during the academic year 2004. SJU’s president, staff in public relations office and student affair office were also interviewed. 139 The results showed that male students started smoking at the age of 13-15 while female students did it at 17-18. The primary reason that the majority of them started smoking was curiosity. And the students could buy cigarettes freely or get them from their friends. Most of the interviewees liked imported cigarettes. An average number of cigarettes smoked each day was one packet among men and 5-6 curls among women. The findings also indicated that the students would double the number of smoked cigarettes as they were outgoing with their friends or as they feel stressful. On campus, male students would be around the building to smoke while female students used restroom as the place to smoke. An average cost per month for cigarettes purchased was 1,000 baht and up for men and 300-400 baht for women. All interviewees said that they attempted to quit smoking but unsuccessful since there was not enough motivation to do so and their closed persons have still smoked. Health problem was the main reason they wanted to quit smoking. Besides, some of the interviewees used to try other types of drugs, including cigars, liquors, beers, marijuana, amphetamine and ecstasy. For non - smoking students, they showed different views of attitudes toward smoking. For example, instead of smoking to reduce stress, they would go to see movies, listen to music, or even consult their friends. It is interesting to note that both groups of students agreed on the bad effects of cigarettes on smokers and non-smokers inhaling smoke. Also, they would like the university to set smoking and non-smoking areas. As a conclusion, the university should focus the urgent help on smoking students by getting their participations in the project. Elaborately, there should be activities to help students relieve stress. “Friends help friends quit smoking” project involving advice from experts should be seriously set up. More opportunities should be widely and truly and truly opened for students to join in to make the campaign finally be success. IC-187 ANALYZING THE MODELS OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN DISTRIBUTED COLLABORATIVE LEARNING Alisa Songsriwittaya, Booncharoen Sirinaovakul, Tiranee Achalakul The 19 th International Conference, “Learning Organization in a Learning World” (ICLORD International Conference

140 2005), April 18-22, 2005, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 961-966 Trends in distance education show a growing emphasis in collaborative learning, stimulating students to exchange ideas and knowledge, In a collaborative environment, how effectively this unique knowledge is shared and assimilated by the group affects both the process and the product of the collaboration. Zn this paper, we applies Hidden Markov Models, to analyze and assess sequences of students' interaction. These analysis techniques are used to train a system to recognize when students are having trouble learning the new concepts they share with each other, and why they are having trouble. The results of this paper could be used to inform and assist an intelligent instructional agent in facilitating knowledge sharing interaction, by mediating situations in which groups of students collaborate to share their knowledge, and helping to improve the quality of learning interaction. IC-188 ANALYZING THE GENERALIZED MODELS OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN DISTRIBUTED COLLABORATIVE LEARNING Alisa Songsriwittaya, Booncharoen Sirinaovakul, Tiranee Achalakul The 19 th International Conference, “Learning Organization in a Learning World” (ICLORD 2005), April 18-22, 2005, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 899-900 Trends in distance education show a growing emphasis in collaborative learning, stimulating students to exchange ideas and knowledge. In a collaborative environment, how effectively this unique knowledge is shared and assimilated by the group affects both the process and the product of the collaboration. In this paper, we apply Hidden Markov Models and multidimensional scaling with a threshold-based clustering method, to analyze and assess sequences of students' interaction. These analysis techniques are used to train a system to recognize when students are having trouble learning the new concepts they share with each other, and why they are having trouble. The results of this paper could be used to inform and assist an intelligent instructional agent in KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 facilitating Knowledge sharing interaction, by mediating situations in which groups of students collaborate to share their knowledge, and helping to improve the quality of learning interaction. IC-189 AN APPLICATION OF USING LEARNING ORGANIZATION CONCEPT IN HIGHER EDUCATION CLASS : CASE STUDY IN ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS Kuntida Thamwipat The 19 th International Conference, “Learning Organization in a Learning World” (ICLORD 2005), April 18-22, 2005, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 845-850 This study is a research using a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods in studying team learning of students in the subject Advertising and Public Relations. Students will evaluate the satisfaction of their team projects in class. The research was conducted in the Advertising and Public Relations class of 83 students during the second semester of 2004 at the School of Industrial Education and Technology, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi. The research showed team learning of students in the subject Advertising and Public Relations through their road show project to 6 schools in the Bangkok municipality. This class project can be divided into four stages namely project preparation, design, implementation, and the evaluation. Results show that students from the six schools are satisfied with the presentation of the project, methodology of information presentation, and ability of the speaker in providing information (average score 4.20, 4.19, and 4.15 respectively). The overall satisfaction with the road show is rated good at the 4.01. The study also found that through the activities in the Advertising and Public Relations class which used the concept of team learning, students were satisfied with communications among peers, developing team work, and learning as a team (average score 4.58, 4.47, and 4.35 respectively). The overall satisfaction of the class is high at 4.02. The in-depth interview revealed that students were highly satisfied with the teaching methodology involving team learning, which is one of the five tenets of a learning organization. International Conference

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    212 การสกัดสาร

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    226 NC-043 การวิเคร

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    276 1) สภาพทั่วไ

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    282 กระทบตอคุณ

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    286 นุชจรินทร เ

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    290 แนนกระแสไฟ

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    294 NC-227 เตาเผาไห

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    296 จําเพาะรวม

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    350 นี้อยูในชว

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