Technology Achievements in Maritime Educational Procedures: Behavioral Assessment Framework

By Panagiotis Vasilakis and Nikitas Nikitakos.

Published by The International Journal of Assessment and Evaluation

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The implementation of technology achievement in maritime educational procedure has been proved as one of the most effective methods in last ten years. Nevertheless, nowadays educational procedures have remained stocked in old fashion assessment methods. An innovative behavioral assessment framework will be presented in this paper. This framework can be applied in combination with the technological achievement, in order to measure the effectiveness of the course and the added skills of the participants. Moreover, in this study the effectiveness of learning methods during the simulation course in comparison with the added skills and the competence of participants will be examined. The extracted results could be used as a guide for further implementation of this assessment method and as improvement for the effectiveness of the educational procedure.

Keywords: Maritime Education, Behavioral Assessment, Maritime Simulators

International Journal of Assessment and Evaluation, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp.1-13. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 614.378KB).

Dr. Panagiotis Vasilakis

Instructor in Merchant Marine Engineer Academy of Chios, MINISTRY OF SHIPPING AND AEGEAN, UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEAN Dpt. of Shipping Trade& Transport, CHIOS, CHIOS, Greece

Marine Inoviation & Technology -Marine Engineer

Prof. Nikitas Nikitakos

PROFESSOR IN UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEAN, Dpt Shipping Trade and Transport, UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEAN, CHIOS, CHIOS, Greece