Learning Management of Imagineering in Flipped Classroom for Lao PDR Vocational Students


  • Sengdavanh Jularlark Pakpak technical college, Lao PDR
  • Pradit Songsangyos Rajamangala university of technology Suvarnabhumi, Thailand
  • Thongkhane Soutthaboualy Pakse Teacher Training college, Lao PDR


Learning Management, Imagineering, Flipped Classroom, Lao PDR Vocational Students


Flipped learning is another form of learning that can apply in vocational education. There are cases where students have to go out for internships with entrepreneurs, which refers to practising vocational education courses. The second-year students with professional knowledge deserve to be sent out for internships with the public and private sectors. Whereas students go for internships, they learn how to work in entrepreneurs who meet vocational education. Its focus is on learning real work and practice to create a carrier in real life the application of the Flipped classroom in the courses of vocational education. While the students take the internship, a teacher will provide students with an entrepreneur's problems. Students study how to use or create innovation or a new working direction. After students return from internships, they will have to report innovations, pieces of work, or even different work trends that have been studied in the classroom. A teacher will evaluate. It will give students enthusiasm. Besides, the purpose of the internship is another credit 1 of the study, where students will see the importance of internship and have willing to work.


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How to Cite

S. Jularlark, P. Songsangyos, and T. Soutthaboualy, “Learning Management of Imagineering in Flipped Classroom for Lao PDR Vocational Students”, Int J Edu Comm Tech, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 22–29, Dec. 2021.



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