Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Language, Innovation, Culture and Education 2017

The Competency in Professional Internship of Industrial Vocational Pre-Service Teachers

Inthira Kampeera, Saksun Yampinit, Prapassorn Wongdee

King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Thailand


The purpose of this project was to study competency and responsibility from professional internship subject of 5th year students of pre-service teachers from the faculty of Industrial Education and Technology, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi. The evaluation on the professional internship of pre-service teachers was manipulated by mentor using questionnaires. The evaluation aimed to develop pre-service teachers to gain a competency of technical teachers, and experiences to deliver knowledge efficiently. The result of the study was that the responsibility of pre-service teachers assigned by the mentor was to teach the specific majoring courses for 6-12 hours per week. The other was to control the students, check the student’s participation in the morning activity. The best competency of pre-service teachers was on human relation approach with mean at 4.48. And the expectation of mentor to pre-service teachers was to gain the responsibility in the career.


Pre-service Teachers, Professional Internship, Technical Teachers Responsibility

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