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Journal of Practical Engineering Education
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Volume 7, Issue 2 - Dec 2015
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Jun 2015
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Teaching Differential Equations based on STEM Education
Ha, Jun-Hong ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 1~9
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.001
STEM Education in the US and Korean STEAM are reviewed. The present STEM education focuses on K-12 and it does not concern STEM education in university. In this paper, we define a STEM education that can be made available in university and we establish a way of teaching and learning differential equations based on the STEM education. The class provides students with a chance to explore the capstone design projects that are developed by seniors and do hands-on activities. We introduce and set a Mobius strip with an instant delivery pathway to solve real problems as a symbol of STEM education.
Practical Engineering Problem Solving Model Combined Major Educational Courses
Kim, Jin-Woo ; Joo, Kangwo ; Jo, Eunjeong ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 11~16
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.011
Learners acquire knowledge through many years of majors and educated classes. They convergence of engineering problem solving that combine a variety of subjects are difficult. In this paper, we suggest practical engineering problem solving model combined major educational courses for example optimization problem of heat sink temperature reduction.
Programming Learning Using Image Detection and Tracking Devices
Song, Young-A ; Kim, Young-Chul ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 17~23
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.017
Growing worldwide interest in software and spread awareness of the need for education. A software-driven society realization strategy will achieve mandatory training on software. This policy will be applied from middle school students in 2015. Students who are interested in computers, like many positive responses, student learning may seem hard to have a negative reaction. Thus, the present obligation as simple in practice education only and discarded before actually lost interest awarded a systematic education does not work properly, but rather that education could happen to entirely discard turn our attention. Accordingly, what you need is to have a systematic training from the basics that I need to worry about software that can recognize easy and fun. In this paper, we propose a hardware and basic software that allows you to proceed software training more easy and efficient as it can be modified and applied to the program in the production unit to learn programming tools and programming languages.
A Case of IT Confusion Education: Simulation for Furniture Placement based on Virtual Reality
Song, Eun-Jee ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 25~30
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.025
Virtual reality is a combination of various studies, such as programming, simulation, and computer graphics. This type of new cultural paradigm requires novel concept of contents development and information exchange. This research uses 3D virtual reality technology in new equipment called I-Bench Mobile which let user to interact with the equipment for completing furniture disposition task. The simulation is manufactured in 3D with application of physics, and the ultimate goal of it is to increase customers' satisfaction by allowing them to enjoy snap shot function for arranging furniture at exact desired place. This research requires not only coding techniques but also educating process in both engineering and art, such as computer science, media art design, and visual communication; therefore, the development of software by facilitating Virtual/Augmented Reality technology in this research is a good example of fusion IT technique education.
A Study on the Development of T-DMB Frame Analysis Simulator and its Utilization in Education
Hwang, In-Tae ; Kim, Han-Jong ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 31~37
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.031
Terrestrial digital multimedia broadcasting (TDMB) is a method of bringing multimedia images, radio, internet, and television to portable devices through terrestrial digital radio transmissions. TDMB related educations being carried out in colleges are focusing on developing firmware which enables users to choose a wanted service. TDMB transmission frame is made up of synchronization channel (SC), fast information channel (FIC), and main service channel (MSC). Services such as video, audio and date are transmitted in the form of subchannel in the MSC. FIC carries information related to each services and subchannels. This paper presents a TDMB frame analysis simulator for analyzing and displaying FIC data on PC. TDMB frame analysis simulator contains functions such as controlling TDMB receiver through USB, establishing the frequency, bringing FIC to PC, displaying ensemble ID and levels, and displaying informations related to services and subchannels. In addition to that, this simulator has a function of being able to store FIC date and subchannel data. This simulator being developed with C++ is expected to be used to view those data visually so that it helps students to understand the TDMB system better and bring about the educational motivation.
The Effects of Individuality, Relatedness on Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in New Employees
Kim, Hyun-Soo ; Kim, Su-Jeong ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 39~45
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.039
This research is about the effects of individuality, relatedness on organizational commitment and job satisfaction. This research analyzed 140 new employees. We used four tools to assess the new employees: individuality scale, relatedness scale, organizational commitment scale and job satisfaction scale. The research was based on two questions. Question 1. Does individuality have any relation to job satisfaction and organizational commitment? Question 2. does relatedness have any relation to job satisfaction and organizational commitment? The results indicated a positive correlation between individuality and organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Results also showed a positive correlation between relatedness and organizational commitment and job satisfaction. According to the result of one way analysis of variance, the group which scored individuality and relatedness scoreabove the mean value best reflected the qualities of organizational commitment and job satisfaction.
Need Assessment for the Operation of Outplacement Support Service for Echo Generation
Yun, Ji-Yeun ; Yoon, Gwan-Sik ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 47~55
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.047
This study has the objective of proposing the basic data for the political and administrative support needs so that the Echo generation can be prepared with the supper-aged society, by verifying the perception level and degree of necessity about the outplacement support service, whether they want to be serviced or not, and necessary contents in the service with the employed people and non-employed people as objects among the Echo generation in the Southeast region. The study result derived from these effort is illustrated as follows. The perception level of the Echo generation about outplacement support service showed to be significantly different according to the gender, age, industry type, and career. The degree of needs was significantly different depending on the age. For the provision period of the outplacement support service, the opinions were that 3 months before the retirement was most appropriate. The intention of participation when the outplacement support service is provided showed to be significantly different depending on the age.
Does South-South Cooperation Really Work? Some Evidences from Korea's Bilateral ODA Programs to Facilitate HRD in ICT in Bangladesh
Siddiky, Md. Roknuzzaman ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 57~66
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.057
While North-South cooperation (NSC) continues to play a considerably dominant role in international development cooperation efforts, there is growing criticisms across the world as to the role and effectiveness of the NSC to support the developing countries to meet their development needs. As such, South-South cooperation (SSC) has become a subject of discussion in recent years across the world in international development and has increasingly become popular as an effective aid modality. However, there is unavailability of sufficient empirical studies about the efficacy of the SSC in the context of Bangladesh. The present paper attempts to examine two KOICA's projects to facilitate HRD in ICT in Bangladesh taking into consideration of Korea as a southern country. The study revealed that Korea's bilateral development cooperation efforts have been effective so far to fulfill their objectives. The findings of the study put forward that SSC may work in the form of technical cooperation to support the developing countries, provided that technical cooperation is demand-driven, and that there is sufficient level of absorptive capacity and supportive policy as well on the part of developing partner country to utilize external skills and technology.
Curriculum Development of Computer Engineering based on NCS (National Competency Standards)
Kwon, Oh-Young ; Jang, Kyung-Sik ; Min, Jun-Ki ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 67~76
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.067
National Competency Standard (NCS) is a national standard for competencies which are required of an employee to achieve his job successfully. For a university with four-year course, since there is no plan to redesign its subjects by applying NCS and some issues with regard to industrial aspects consistently incur, it should be verified that NCS can be applied to the curriculum of a university following the introduction to new National Qualification Test with the progress evaluation based on NCS. Thus, in this paper, we show the feasibility of applying NCS to the curriculum of a computer engineering department and present the redesign to curriculum using NCS.
A Study on Reliability of Demand Survey for Incumbent Training
Kim, Sang-Hyeon ; Joe, Jae-Moon ; Lee, Sang-Chan ;
Journal of Practical Engineering Education , volume 7, issue 1, 2015, Pages 77~80
DOI : 10.14702/JPEE.2015.077
Vocational training efficiency and participation was intended to try to find a reliable demand survey methods to find ways that can be maximized. The exact demand investigation may be the most important factor that can improve the quality of training. Furthermore, the training is due to inaccurate demand as research shows the result of ineffective training because of low participation. Four methods of demand survey are used in the form of large mail, telephone, electronic and face-to-face. This paper describes the demand survey that has been carried out through the training of human resources in the training business that suits description local industry human resource development (HRD) consortium of Mokpo University country, proposed a method of effective demand survey.