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HPT in ICT for Thai Higher Education

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  1. 1. October 23-27 2013 OSAKA Japan Human Performance Technology in ICT of Thai Higher Education Lecturers Namon Jeerungsuwan, Ph.D., Director of Ph.D.Program in Information and Communication Technology for Education, Faculty of Technical Education, Nikmarunee Hayeewangah, Doctoral Degree Student, Information and Communication Technology for Education, Faculty of Technical Education,
  2. 2. Contents 1. Research Introduction 2. Research Objective 3. Research Methodology 4. Research Results 5. Research Discussion
  3. 3. Introduction The figure represents the factors that contribute to enhanced human performance.
  4. 4. Research Objective • Develop a model for Human Performance Technology in ICT of Thai Higher Education Lecturers
  5. 5. Research Methodology • Population Identification and Sample Selection o Vice President for ICT, Vice President for Human Resources Development, Vice President for Administrative Affairs, Director of Academic Resources and Information Technology Center, and Head of Information Technology Center. From 5 Rajabhat University. • Research Instrument Development o Interview form • Method
  6. 6. Four Phases of Data Collection leading to Model Confirmation • The data from interviews of unverities official • Data from survey of lecturer using questionare/checklist • Training and Change Management • Confirmation of the Model by experts from other Thai universities
  7. 7. Method Input information technology and communication strategic plans of Thailand, from Ministry of Information and Communication Technology. Ministry of Education and Rajabhat Universities Process The interviews form has 22 question. The issue of the question coverd - How to give ICT Policy to Lecturer - Swot Analysist of ICT T performance - What factor for lecturer use ICT - What ICT support is provided for lecturers - Lecturers perfomance in Teaching and learning using ICT Validation of the Interviews from by expert prior to use Output Result of the interviews leading to development of the model
  8. 8. Result Issue /Experts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 • Knowledge               Attribute        Skill • • • Recommendations Information technology and communication for integrated learning Information technology and communication as a tool to develop and facilitate learning, Information technology and communication for lecturers’ own performance development, Information technology and communications as a communication channel.
  9. 9. Result Issue /Experts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - -    - Raise career awareness. Recognize the benefits of using information        • technology and communications. University identified the performance of information technology and        communication as indicators for individual competency. Recommendations University identified Information technology and Communication as a performance indicator.
  10. 10. Result Issue /Experts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 • Policy • Leader               • Infrastructure        Recommendations Performance Individual lecturer for future development as an explicit policy. The leader should initiate the use of information technology and communication for other personnel to follow. The university should facilitate supportive factors of 5 information technologies infrastructure
  11. 11. Result Issue /Experts Design Identified performance Infrastructure 1 2 3 4 5 6 7        •        Tangible incentives        Intangible incentives        Recommendations The university should consider the level of performance criteria and facilitate supportive factors.
  12. 12. Result Issue /Experts 1 Development • Training starting with encouraging an awareness of a        policy in assessing performance, the benefits of using information technology        and communications Alert Training 2 3 4 5 6 7 Recommendations
  13. 13. Result Issue /Experts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 • Drive to success and change management Mentor Knowledge transfer Recommendations               Who driveed the change by transferring knowledge.
  14. 14. Result Issue /Experts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Recommendations Evaluate Formative Summative               -
  15. 15. Human performance technology model for Thai higher education lecturers Analysis of Actual state and Expected state Personnel performance elements (Unesco,2011/Volman,200 5/Khalid Abdullah,2009/Baars,2006 /Panagiatis and Stella,2008/) Design Gap Analysis (James A Pershing,2006/ Wile, 1996/Richard.Eclar k/Molenda,2004) - Knowledge, skills, Attribute for teaching Intrinsic motivation -Priority Related to Organization performance elements Vantium/James A. Pershing,2006/Rothwel& Hohne/King,2006) -Policy -Leader -Supportive factor or infrastructure - Incentive Cause Analysis Arrange ment -status identific ation Develop (James A Pershing, 2006) -Alertness - Training -Performance Identification -Supportive Factors -Tangible Incentive -Intangible Incentive Drive of Success and Change Managem ent (James A Pershing, 2006) -Mentor Arrangem ent -Knowledg e Transfer Gap Analysis Evaluate
  16. 16. DISCUSSION G (Goal) C (Circumstance) (Act) d(discrepancy) i A i (intervention) (feedback) f (Perceived) P T(Target) Fred Nickols (2010, p3)
  17. 17. DISCUSSION Confirmation of theHPT model based on the literature human performance Technology • Is focused on the outcome, • used system perspective, • added values, • produced cooperation, • was a need and opportunity evaluation system, • was a system used to analyze performance and identify causes or factors, limitations and performance, • was a system used in designing problem solutions, • was used in developing solution methods either for overall or partial problems, • was used in problem solution process, and • was used in process and outcome evaluation.
  18. 18. Conclusion • The data for this presentation was taken from the first phase of data collection for the whole research project. The first phase we got the model of Human Performance Technology in ICT of Thai Higher Education. this model prepares us to go on to the futher study in the future .
  19. 19. THANK YOU KOB-KHUN-KA E-mail Contact : Namon2015@gmail.com : Nikma.bizcomp@gmail.com

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