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Korean Journal of General Education 2022;16(2):421-436.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.46392/kjge.2022.16.2.421    Published online April 30, 2022.
A Study on the Performance of Self-evaluation of Vocational Basic Competency in Non-face-to-face Classes in College Liberal Arts
Soon Nam Kim
Professor, Shinhan University
대학 교양교육 비대면 수업의 대학생 직업기초능력 자기평가 성과분석 연구
신한대학교 리나시타 교양교육대학 교수
Correspondence:  Soon Nam Kim,
Email: ksn0620@shinhan.ac.kr
Received: 20 March 2022   • Revised: 11 April 2022   • Accepted: 18 April 2022
The purpose of this study is to analyze the outcome of instruction and the implication of improving university student’s vocational basic competency evaluation of non-face instruction in the “untact” era. The contents of this study were the theorectical analysis of competency-based evaluation, and the different analysis of Vocational Basic Competency between pretest and post-test self-evaluation surveys. The subjects of this study were the students enrolled in two Leadership instructional programs and two interpersonal relations instructional programs in the field of liberal arts at Shinhan University.
Looking at the results of this study, the results of self-evaluation of the vocational basic competency of students before and after class showed significant differences at the 0.01 level in all 10 vocational basic competency categories and 34 sub-elements. There was no significant difference when it came to the grade and subject of the students. In addition, in the survey on non-face-to-face video classes, 31% of students responded that they were effective, while 69% said such classes were ineffective. The advantages of the untact video classes were 67.7% for repeated listening and 22.9% for time utilization. According to the students, the disadvantages of the untact video classes were as follows: 44.3% for the burden felt by weekly tasks, 20.6% for the lack of rapport between the professor and the students, and 17.5% for the lack of student communication. As for the appropriate ratio of untact classes, 49.4% responded that a proper ratio would be in the range of 20% to 50%.
Based on the above students' self-evaluation results of vocational basic competency before and after class, and the results of opinion surveys regarding untact classes, future policies are proposed at the student, professor, university, and national level. Students need to self-diagnose and manage their vocational basic competency. Also, professors need to strengthen the national competency ability, and strengthen their untact online class capabilities. Universities need to upgrade their cyber systems, establish a curriculum development program, and develop management systems to improve vocational basic competency. The state needs to expand its financial support to strengthen the performance of cyber systems and to develop a manual for the operation of liberal arts education, as well as to compile a collection of best practices to enhance vocational basic competency.
Key Words: Vocational Basic Competency, Self Evaluation, Untact Instruction, Education Based Competency, Liberal Art Education


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