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The Development of Competency Based Assessment System by Tablet based on Thai Vocational Qualifications

Sawanan Dangprasert, Krisamant Wattananarong, Teerapong Wiriyanon


The purposes of the study were to develop and validate the efficiency, and to evaluate the users’ satisfaction of the competency-based assessment system in accordant with the Thai Vocational Qualifications for tablets. The samples used in this study were 30 vocational qualification assessors. They were selected by using a purposive sampling technique. Data were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and One-Sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test statistics. The system was developed by the researcher using the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology. It consisted of 5 components; registration and user management, candidate and competence data, synchronize data, assessment, and assessment report. The system was designed for friendly used with tablets (iPad) which suitable for video and picture taking and portability. It represented a trend towards portability and miniaturization as technology gets better. The results indicated that the efficiency of overall system was validated at the “highest” levels ( Mean = 4.53). It was found that most of the assessors’ scores were in the same direction at the statistically significant level of .05. The users’ satisfactions were also rated at the “highest” levels ( Mean = 4.66). Most of the assessor’s scores were in the same direction at the statistically significant level of .05 as well.


Competency Based Assessment System; Thai Vocational Qualifications; Tablets

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