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International Education Studies, v9 n1 p107-122 2016

A lack of science and technology knowledge understanding of most rural people who had the highest education at elementary education level more than others level is unsuccessfully transferred appropriate technology knowledge for rural sustainable development. This study provides the measurement of the learning process by on Bloom's Taxonomy vocabulary to prove the effectiveness of tutorial science ontology improving the learning process of non-science and technology educated farmers. The result showed that (i) experimental sample group who additional social science ontologies significantly improve learning process of throughput domain knowledge. (ii) The experimental group reaches analysis level while the control group without ontology input meets apply level. The experimental group cognitive level improves one step further of the control group.

Descriptors: Agricultural Occupations, Rural Population, Scientific Literacy, Technological Literacy, Knowledge Level, Sustainable Development, Learning Processes, Semantics, Measurement Techniques, Taxonomy, Science Instruction, Experimental Groups, Control Groups, Achievement Gains, Knowledge Management, Models, Tutoring, Research Methodology, Case Studies, Statistical Analysis, Foreign Countries

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Author: Yanchinda, Jirawit; Yodmongkol, Pitipong; Chakpitak, Nopasit

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2982&id=EJ1086696







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