Satisfaction toward Participation on Computer Workshop of High School Students

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Piyawat Thongkaeo


The purpose of this research was to study the satisfaction of the participants of high school students toward the computer workshop in accordance with the following demographic variables: gender, marital status, education levels and age. This research instrument for data collection was a questionnaire on the satisfaction of the participants toward the computer workshop. The data were statistically analyzed by percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test and one-way analysis of variance followed by post hoc LSD - Least Significant Difference tests. The results obtained from the research were as follows: the majority of the participants who attended the computer workshop were male, single and completed at secondary school level 5 and 6 respectively. The study results revealed that the people?s expectations toward the computer workshop in average were in high level (x = 3.96). In addition, according to each item of analysis, it turned out that participants? satisfaction toward the project perception and the service was in the highest level (x = 3.85) and (x = 4.14) respectively. In accordance with the hypothesis testing, by comparison with various personal differentiations of the samples, it showed that participants with different sexes showed different levels of satisfaction with the statistical significance at 0.05 levels. By contrast, different ages, marital status and education levels did not show any statistical significance. By comparison with participants? expectations and perceptions toward the computer workshop, there was significant difference in satisfaction at 0.01 and 0.05 levels of significance

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Thongkaeo, P. (2023). Satisfaction toward Participation on Computer Workshop of High School Students. Journal of Advanced Development in Engineering and Science, 3(6), 29–36. Retrieved from
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