IJSSH 2012 Vol.2(2): 85-93 ISSN:2010-3646
DOI: 10.7763/IJSSH.2012.V2.74

Industry Centric Instructional System for 'BEEE' with Measurement Design — A Structural Functionalism Emphasis

Matthew Goldman Kimher Lim

Abstract—Continued from combinatorial decision analysis for BEEE, economic leadership calls for reforms of sorts and among the forefront is instructional system for tertiary educational that can seamlessly transit graduates into industries. This paper suggests an industry centric instructional system developed out of constructivism towards structural functionalism by tri-parties collaborative learning; a continuous industry CRM appraisal process of college facilitation and interns on a yearlong work-integrated-dissertation-environment to practice the fundamental analysis aspect of the BEEE paradigm. In essence, a structural functional instructional model designed from six uncontested principles can collectively agree to a pedagogic step up process. Four time-tested systems from the automotive assembly, SSADM, training and quality industries with a common denominator of four levels demonstrate the development of an instructional system that skews CRM constructivism towards structural functionalism for industrializing economies. Compositing Bayesian approach onto Pareto distribution weight and onward with harmonic means, the index for training effectiveness is established.

Index Terms—Structural-functionalism, internship, SOP,CRM, repeated-measure, effectiveness.

Matthew Goldman Kimher Lim is director of graduate program with Shanghai Metro Education (e-mail: matthew.lim@metro-education.com)

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Cite: Matthew Goldman Kimher Lim, "Industry Centric Instructional System for 'BEEE' with Measurement Design — A Structural Functionalism Emphasis," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 85-93, 2012.

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