Techniques for using instructional media to enhance the professional competence of vocational education


  • Kanitta Hinon King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand
  • Lanlalit Seubpradit Yala Rajabhat University, Thailand


Online Learning, Instructional Media, Vocational Education


The Covid-19 situation has forced vocational colleges to change their teaching and learning management. Vocational learning materials are set to operate in accordance with four main policies: On-site, On-air, Online and On-demand. There will be additional from the policy of the Ministry of Education in the section called On-hand. In addition, the techniques for using learning materials in various ways were also formulated into the four types of learning management methods. This is to ensure that the teaching and learning in vocational education can be carried out effectively, upgrading the learning management based on the competency of vocational education to be able to operate continuously.


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How to Cite

K. Hinon and L. Seubpradit, “Techniques for using instructional media to enhance the professional competence of vocational education”, Int J Edu Comm Tech, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 62–70, Dec. 2021.



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