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Review of Mobile Learning Trends 2010-2015: A Meta-Analysis
Introduction With the advent of mobile technologies, new paradigm of teaching and learning with technology aid had been emerged, that is mobile learning (M-Learning). Mobile technologies purveyExpand
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Enhancing students' geometrical thinking levels through Van Hiele's phase-based Geometer's Sketchpad-aided learning
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The content order of geometric components in the mathematics curriculum and the teaching process in a geometry class are said to be in contrast with the existing level of geometric thinking among secondary school students in Malaysia. Expand
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Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge in Problem Solving
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Abstract This descriptive quantitative study aims to measure secondary year 4 students’ problem solving in chemistry. Expand
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Effect of STEM competition on STEM career interest
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The Young Innovators Challenge Programme is a programme in Malaysia to increase students’ generic and soft skills, problem solving, creativity and innovation through workshops, boot camp and competitions. Expand
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Effects of concept mapping in laboratory learning activities to generate students’ higher order thinking skills in electrolysis
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The use of concept maps as an alternative assessment tool in laboratory learning activities could improve students’ higher order thinking skills in Electrolysis. Expand
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Problem Solving: Algorithms and Conceptual and Open-ended Problems in Chemistry☆
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The purpose of this study is to identify the level of students’ achievements in solving chemical problems in the form of algorithms and conceptual and open-ended problems. Expand
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Self Reflection Focusing On Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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This article reports the findings of self-reflection among Chemistry student teachers which focuses on their pedagogical content knowledge for several topics including syllabus, significance of the topics in chemistry, students’ learning difficulties, teaching methods and assessment techniques. Expand
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Factors preventing Malaysian teachers from using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in teaching mathematics
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This article discusses the factors which prevent secondary school teachers from using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) during their teaching of Mathematics in schools. Expand
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Non-routine mathematical problems among in-service and pre-service mathematics teachers
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In an effort to inculcate higher order thinking skills (HOTS) among students, the form of mathematical problems given to them should be changed from routine to nonroutine problems. Expand
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Comparison of Pedagogical Content Knowledge between Expert and Novice Lecturers in Teaching and Learning Process
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This study was conducted to study the differences in the practice level of Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) between expert and novice lecturers in their teaching and learning process based on five components in PCK. Expand
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