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Intro for the program :    
           
  As the Conference is approaching, we’d like to let all of you know the highlights of this year’s program which features a keynote speech from Professor Dr. Edward Reeve, who has been a well-known specialist in Technology and Engineering Education from Utah State University, the US. Currently, he’s joining The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST), Ministry of Education, Thailand for designing the curriculum of science, technology, engineering, and math education, so-called STEM for Thai students. With his expertise in education, we are absolutely certain you would enjoy his talk as he’s one of the great speakers ever.  
     
  Also, you shouldn’t miss the Panel Discussion on Learning Innovation for ASEAN which will be provided in the afternoon session. Our panelists include Professor Dr. Edward Reeve, Professor Dr. Cynthia Divina from Central Luzon State University, Philippines and Professor Dr. Danilo Vargas from Central Luzon State University, Philippines. Professor Dr. Divina is also well known in Thailand as she has been invited as a keynote speaker in a variety of Symposiums and Conferences in Thailand since she has the expertise in Science Education in Biology as well as Technology and Innovation. Professor Dr. Vargas has the expertise in Agricultural Education as well as Environmental Management. He’d love to join our Panel on Learning Innovation for ASEAN as he believes he could share his experience for the discussion.  
     
  After the Conference Program, we offer you a special day-trip to Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since December 13, 1991, which is an ancient capital and modern city in the Central Plains of Thailand, 85 km north of Bangkok. Only 1,500 Baht for the trip per person (lunch and all entrance fees included). Please let us know if you are interested in. See more details in our website at Travel and Hotel tag.  
     
CONFERENCE PROGRAM :  
 

The 11th International Conference on Developing Real-Life Learning Experiences :
Learning Innovation for ASEAN

 

 

Date :           3th May 2013
Location:     KromLuangNaradhivajrajnakarintr Bld.    
KaeSaed Auditorium   Room 701- 704

     
KaeSaed Auditorium   Room 701- 704 :  

Time

Kae Saed Auditorium

08:00-08:30

Registration

08.30 – 9.00

Place : Kae Saed Auditorium

Opening Session

Welcome Remark by

Assoc. Prof. Peerawut Suwanjan: Dean, Faculty of Industrial Education

Opening Remark by

Prof. Dr. Thavil Puengma: President, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang

 

 

 

International conf. : Room 701, 7th Floor (After opening Ceremony)

09.10 – 10.00

Place : Room 701

Keynote Speech

IMPLEMENTING SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) EDUCATION IN ASEAN

by Prof. Dr. Edward M. Reeve: Utah State University, USA

10.00 – 10.15

Coffee Break

 

 

 

 Room 701 – 704, 7th Floor

10.20 – 12.20

Presentation: Parallel Session 1A (Room 701),

                      Parallel Session 1B (Room 702),

                      Parallel Session 1C (Room 703),

                      Parallel Session 1D (Room 704)

12:20-13:00

Lunch Time

13.00 – 14.00

Panel Discussion “ LEARNING INNOVATION FOR ASEAN”

Panelist: 1) Prof. Dr. Edward M. Reeve: Utah State University, USA

               2) Prof. Dr. Cynthia Divina : Central Luzon State University, Philipines

               3) Prof. Dr. Danilo Vargas : Central Luzon State University, Philipines

Moderator: Asst. Prof. Prasert Kenphanko, KMITL

14.00 – 14.20

Coffee Break

 

 Room 701 – 704, 7th Floor

14.20 – 16.00

Presentation: Parallel Session 1A (Room 701),

                      Parallel Session 1B (Room 702),

                      Parallel Session 1C (Room 703),

                      Parallel Session 1C (Room 704)

 

Kae Saed Auditorium

16.00 – 16.30

Certificate for Best Paper Awards and Closing Session by

Prof. Dr. Edward M. Reeve: Utah State University, USA, co-chariperson

Assoc. Prof. Peerawut Suwanjan: Dean, Faculty of Industrial Education, chairperson

 

Host: Ajarn Thapanee Khemanuwong, Ajarn Kanpachee Ratanasaeng and     Ajarn Tanassanee Jitpanitch

Parallel Session 1A: Room 701  

 

10.20 – 12.20

Chairs: Asst. Prof. Presert Kenpankho and

              Asst. Prof. Dr. Pornpimon Chayratsami

10.20 -10.40

Learning Style Preferences of Selected PLM Students : Basis for Proposed Teaching Methodologies in Introduction to Economics Subject

Dr. Cecilia Junio-Sabio

10.40 -11.00

The Model of School’s Learning Organization for ASEAN Economic Community of District Office, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Thailand

Dr.Olan Karnchanakas

11.00 -11.20

Looking Back to Catch the Future of Strong Asean Education for Innovation

Prof. Dr. Cynthia Divina

11.20 -11.40

Educating for Development: Fostering Complex Meaning Making in University Students

Mr. Oliver Crocco

11.40 -12.00

Educational Priorities for Filipino Children in Conflict with The Law

Prof. Dr. Marie Grace Gomez

12.00-12.20

Teaching Early Numerical Skills to Children with Intellectual Disabilities through Singaporean Math

Prof. Dr. Marilou Mina

12:20-13:00

Lunch Time

13.00 -14.00

Panel Discussion : Learning Innovation for ASEAN

14.00 -14.20

Coffee Break

14.20 -16.20

Chairs : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sirirat Petchsangsri and

               Ajarn Piyanuch Trisattayanmuni

14.20 -14.40

Teaching Competence of Filipino Regular and Special Education Teachers in Segregated and Inclusionary Settings

Ms. Shem Varlee Cabotaje

14.40 -15.00

The Comparison of Effectiveness of Using Graphic Environment Programming Tool Versus Flowchart and Pseudo Code to Teach Concept of Programming to Novice Programmer.

Dr. Wacheerapan Kaewprapan

15.00 -15.20

Integration of Technology in the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) Curriculum: Its Significance for Enchancing Academic Performance of the Students

Prof. Dr. Honorata Pagaduan

15.20 –15.40

Teachers’Role for Developing Vocational Students with Quality Control (QC) in AEC Era.

Ms. Natcha Tiempitak

 
Parallel Session 1B: Room 702 :  

10.20 –12.20

Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Siriporn Peters and

              Ajarn Thanya Meechai

10.20 -10.40

External Monitoring and Evaluation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Project

Prof.Dr.Danilo Vargas

10.40 -11.00

The Application on Philosophy of the Sufficiency Economy of Students in Chachoengsao College of Agriculture and Technology, Chachoengsao Province, Thailand

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pakkapong Poungsuk

11.00 -11.20

Animal Welfare Education : An Innovative Tool to Promote the Values of Sustainable Development

Mr. Elodie Guillon

11.20 -11.40

A Study of Factor Affecting to the Behavior of Electrical Using at Home and Vocational College of Students in Surin Province

Mr. Assanee Amnuay

11.40 -12.00

Simulation Technique for Improving Mathematics Achievement : Implication for the Supervising Role of Principals

Phrugsa Gulati

12.00-12.20

Moral Virtues Appropriate to Secondary and Vocational Students by Factors Analysis

Ms. Mutita Chaipet

12:20-13:00

Lunch Time

13.00 -14.00

Panel Discussion (please go to Room 701)

14.00 -14.20

Coffee Break

14.20 -16.20

Chairs : Prof. Dr. Danilo Vargas and

               Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pakkapong Puangsuk

14.20 -14.40

Logistics From Academic Discipline to Industry Best Practices

Dr. Hermann Gruenwald

14.40 -15.00

Encapsulation of Nodal Segments of Lobelia Chinensis

Dr. Weng Hing Thong

15.00 -15.20

The Development of Prototype for Gross Motor Rehabilitation in Children with Autism

Asst. Prof. Alisa  Songsriwittaya

15.20 –15.40

Opinions on Organic Food Products Consumption of King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Students, Bangkok, Thailand

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pakkapong Puangsuk

15.40 -16.00

IP CCTV Laboratory Set

Mr. Somkiat Malipan

 
Parallel Session 1C : Room 703 :  

10.20 –12.20

Chairs: Ajarn Thapanee Khemanuwong and

              Ajarn Kanpajee Ratanasaeng

10.20 -10.40

Needs Analysis : The Results to Develop an English Oral Communication for Marketing Course

Ms. Thanyalak Sunaratn

10.40 -11.00

Language Use in Organizing Oral Presentations : A Comparative Study of Thai EFL Learners and English – Native Students

Mr. Cherdsak Yeereem

11.00 -11.20

Using Non-Scripted Role-Play to teach Speaking skills: A Study of English Conversation of Thai College Students at Yala Rajbhat University

Ms. Nuchanan Naksevee

11.20 -11.40

Comparison of Internet-Integrated Method and Traditional Instruction of English Language Learning : A Case Study of Samutsongkhram Technical College

Ms. Watsana Thongpan

11.40 -12.00

The Use of Synchronous Computer-mediated Communication to Improve EFL University Students’ Oral English Proficiency

Ms. Qiongfang Gao

12.00-12.20

Journal Writing of Students in the Bachelor of Arts Program in English at the Faculty of Industrial Education, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang

Dr. Patcharee    Muangnakin

12:20-13:00

Lunch Time

13.00 -14.00

Panel Discussion (please go to Room 701)

14.00 -14.20

Coffee Break

14.20 -16.20

Chairs : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pataraporn Dhampradit and

               Ajarn Montha Polarak

14.20 -14.40

English on the Job for Thai Engineers : Application Forms and Work Talk

Ms. Orapin Tepanondh

14.40 -15.00

Using Scripted Role-Play to Improve Oral Performance : A Study of Prathom Six Students at Chariyathamsuksa Foundation School, Songkhla

Mr. Ardae Makeh

15.00 -15.20

English Communication Problems Between Immigration Officers and Foreign Passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport

Ms. Parichart Kaewkhamhan

15.20 – 15.40

Thai EFL Learners' Apology Speech Act Realization

Ms. Atinuch Pin-Ngern

15.40 -16.00

A Study of Effective Communication in English by Using Pair-Work Activity at Wiangsa-ardpittayakhom School

Ms. Rossamon Panduangkaew

 
Parallel Session 1D: Room 704 :  

10.20– 12.20

Chairs: Ajarn Atitunch Pin-ngern and

              Ajarn Piyanuch Trisattayanmuni

10.20 -10.40

Improving Problem-Solving Skills for Undergraduate Mechanical Technology: A Case Study of Mechanical System Modeling

Dr. Weerayute Sudsomboon

10.40 -11.00

Comparison of Achievement Between Two Teaching Method on Subject Maintenance of AC Motors: Confrontation Group Study and Confrontation Group Study in combination with Network Online Study

Mr. Komkrit Klinsresuk

11.00 -11.20

The Developing Problem-Based Model on Electrical Circuit 2 and Device Subject

Ms. Thitiya Sanguanwong

11.20 -11.40

Embedding Learning and Problem-Solving Skills in General Education : Course Design and Student Learning Attitudes

Ms. Chantima Pathamathamakul

11.40 -12.00

Factors Affecting Competency in Air Conditioner Job Training of Higher Vocational Certificate Students: A Case Study of SNC Former Public Company Limited

Mr. Apichai Khantee

12.00-12.20

22 Years on: Reflections on a Major Real-life Learning Experience for Singapore Students Studying Microhydroelectricalgeneration in the Villages along the Everest Trek in 1991.

Mr. Martin Allinson

12:20-13:00

Lunch Time

13.00 -14.00

Panel Discussion (please go to Room 701)

14.00 -14.20

Coffee Break

14.20 -16.20

Chairs : Asst. Prof. Prasert Kenpankho and

               Ajarn Sunti Tuntrakool

14.20 -14.40

A Relationship between Word Recognition Ability and Socio-Economic Variables of Second Year College Students, Faculty of Agricultural Products, Maejo University

Ms. Thatree Rodchamnan

14.40 -15.00

A Study of Thai Nurses’Persuasive Strategies and Their Impact on Foreign Patients’ Health Behavior

Ms. Cholthicha Akkapholdachachai

15.00 -15.20

Implementation of Seven Habits of Highly Effective People in Physics Instructional for Constructing the Leadership of Students

Mr. Agusta Danang Wijaya

15.20 - 15.40

Voices from a Low Vision Student

Ms. Sirion Rattanaudom

15.40 -16.00

A Study of Factors Influencing KMITL Students in Their Choice of Place to Stay during Their Study

Dr. Ampapan Tuntinakhongul

 
     
DRLE2013 Best Paper Award :  
  Guidelines.  
  Nomination Information.  

 

 
  1. Purpose of the Award
The purpose of this award is to recognize the best refereed paper presented in the DRLE2013 International Conference and published in the DRLE2013 Proceedings.
 
  2. Jury Committee
The Jury Committee consists of members who are both outside and inside readers andacademically specialized in the fields.
 
  3. Selection of Awardee  
  3.1 The papers shall be evaluated using the 7 criteria (as set in the Evaluation Form) as follows:
 
  1.How this manuscript advances this field of research and/or contributes something new to the literature?  
  2.Relevance of this manuscript to the readers of DRLE?  
  3.Is the manuscript technically sound?  
  4.Is the paper clearly written and well organized?  
  5.Are all figures and tables appropriately provided and are their resolution good qualities?  
  6.Does the introduction state the objectives of the manuscript encouraging the reader to read on?  
  7.Are the references relevant and complete?  
  3.2 Papers which have been selected from 3.1 then will be re-selected by the observation of Jury Committee at their resentation.
 
  3.3 There will be 3 awards to be given.
 
  1.Best Paper Award in terms of Creativity and Innovation  
  2.Best Paper Award in terms of Social Distribution  
  3.Best Paper Award in terms of ASEAN Connectedness  
  4. Presentation of the Award
The awards as certificates shall be presented to the winners by Professor Dr. Edward Reeve, our co-founder of the Conference at the closing ceremony of the Conference.