Culinary Skills: Assessment of Student’s Learning Outcomes
6 Pages Posted: 14 Oct 2019
Date Written: October 3, 2019
This study examined the culinary skills of the students through a mixed-method as a research design. An intervention module was delivered by the chef instructor that addressed the gap between pre-assessment and post-assessment. This study utilized a 4-point Likert scale and scores were analyzed with their corresponding descriptions. The result of the study showed the necessity of a demonstration method in improving the culinary skills of the students. Data revealed the significant differences during the pre-evaluation and after post-evaluation.The study exhibited the importance of interventions as an effective way of facilitating the progress of students’ skills.
Despite the good or accomplished skills of the students, the standard culinary skills must be observed and practiced for their future professional endeavors. Likewise, chef instructors must ensure the active engagement of the students during culinary activities. Similarly, during laboratory sessions, chef instructors must require students to show what they can do and assess the quality of their performances.
Keywords: competence, learning outcome, intervention
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