THE USE OF ACTIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR AIRLINE SAFETY LEARNING MANAGEMENT TO IMPROVE LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT OF AIRLINE BUSINESS PROGRAM STUDENTS

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Siriporn Elwasly Diaa Elwasly George Tunney Nawapat Rodgerd Kwanrat Jannsirinara

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The objective of this research is to study the learning outcomes according to the National Higher Education Qualifications Framework in the Airline Safety course of the airline business programs’ students, Suan Dusit University Hua Hin campus.  The sample for this research are the airline business program students who completed the Airline Safety Course and the Preparation of Professional Experience in The Airline Business Course in the 2018 academic year; a total of 120 students. The data was collected by using the questionnaire survey of the students’ opinion on the 5 domains of learning achievement outcomes, consisting of (1) Ethical and Moral Development, (2) Knowledge, (3) Cognitive Skills, (4) Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility, and (5) Analytical and Communication Skills.  The data were analyzed by using frequency distribution, percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results of the study showed that the overall sample group had an average score of opinions on their learning outcomes according to The Higher Education Qualifications Framework (TQF) at the highest level on every aspect; the first one is ethical and moral development aspect (x̅= 4.86, SD = 0.36) followed by Interpersonal skills and responsibility (x̅= 4.73, S.D. = 0.48), knowledge (x̅= 4.71, S.D. = 0.58) cognitive skills (x̅= 4.69, S.D. = 0.53) analytical and communication skills (x̅= 4.63,S.D. = 0.61) respectively and overall learning outcomes in all 5 areas are at the highest level (x̅= 4.73, S.D. = 0.51).

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