Ninth International Conference on Advances in Social Science, Economics and Management Study SEM - 2019
Author(s) : KALAYANEE JITGARUN, KANYUMA JITJUMNONG, NORITSUGU KAMATA , PASAPITCH CHUJAI
In the subject of electric power technology for electrical high school second year students in technical high schools, we think it is difficult to learn the contents of power generation with textbooks and limited class hours. In particular, learning the content of textbooks on hydropower, thermal power, nuclear power generation, and the content of power transmission would be extremely difficult. Therefore, in this study, a questionnaire on power generation and transmission was conducted before the class began. In order to examine the knowledge and understanding level of students who learned only with textbooks, we conducted a questionnaire in a free description format. After the class, the Internet was also used to conduct a questionnaire in the form of free description on the results of learning about the power generation and power transmission using the Internet. Rather than studying only with textbooks, it was reported that students were able to understand many more photos and videos using the Internet. An evaluation analysis was performed using a co-occurrence network. In the co- occurrence network, a stronger co-occurrence relationship is drawn with a thicker line, and a larger number of appearances are represented by a larger circle. The co-occurrence relationship that can be seen only in the second year of the electrical department is called characteristic co-occurrence relationship. This is a report of many characteristic words by students in the second year of electrical studies.