Kim, J.M., Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, Lee, J.H., CJ Humanville, Seoul, Republic of Korea, Kong, M.Y., Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, and Lee, Y.J., CJ HelloVision, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Journal of Agricultural Education and Human Resource Development, Dec 2010, v. 42(4) p. 1-26.
rapid prototyping, agriculture safety and health, job training program development, Education, PROGRAMMES, PROGRAMME, and PROGRAMAS
Summary(En) 8 tables 13ill., 28 ref. The purpose of this study was to develop a job training program that can deliver knowledge and skill necessary for agricultural safety and health manager. A new program development model applying rapid prototyping(RP) approach to the basic ISD model was established to develop the program. Then, a textbook for learners, a manual for instructors, additional learning material were produced based on the model. The major conclusions of this study were as follows. First, this study suggested a new type of program development model that combines RP model and linear ISD model that can apply opinion of participants to compensate the defect of traditional ISD model. Second, the material was developed by applying opinion of stakeholders of program development. By developing a prototype, interim finding, the users could evaluate it at first hand. Therefore, the materials contain the content knowledge, skill, tools(KST) that agriculture safety and health managers need when they perform the job. Also various types of activities were developed so that can the learners can apply the learned contents to the job. Third, the instructors' manual and supplementary material was developed based on learners' text book. The instructors' manual is a guidance that contains the details such as learning contents, procedure and methods so that standard lectures could be delivered regardless of who teaches. Also, supplementary material is the material contains intensified knowledge and skill related to the contents of learners' textbook, so that the instructors can check them with ease.
Park, S.Y., Konkuk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, Lee, C.H., Rural Development Administration, Suwon, Republic of Korea, Nam, M.W., Konkuk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, Cha, S.B., Konkuk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, Park, H.J., Konkuk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, and Chae, K.H., Konkuk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Journal of Agricultural Education and Human Resource Development, Sep 2009, v. 41(3) p. 41-62.
educational achievement, animation, Education, FOOD SAFETY, INNOCUITE DES PRODUITS ALIMENTAIRES, and INOCUIDAD ALIMENTARIA
Summary(En) 8 tables 4ill., 27 ref. It is well known that food safety make human life better sustainable. Especially, to let young students build up appropriate attitude toward food safety may bring about preventable outcomes to food accidents. However, it is difficult to carry out food safety education under the current formal schooling. This study was implemented to verify whether or not food safety e-Learning content affected students' educational achievement. e-Learning content was developed by animation programming based on ISD and Rapid Prototyping model. 183 students participated in quasi experimental study and were asked to answer 10 cognitive questions and 10 affective items after taking e-Learning. Based on the major findings, the following conclusion was made. Students showed statistical significant increase in terms of both cognitive and affective domain according to the difference between pretest score and posttest score. This may be due to e-Learning content's educational effect. It is also concluded that the content influence positively not only knowledge or understanding but attitude. Further, it may be considered an alternative of offline education for food safety.