Nor Hasniza Ibrahim

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This study examined the longitudinal trends of mobile learning (M-Learning) research using text mining techniques in a more comprehensive manner. One hundred and forty four (144) refereed journal articles were retrieved and analyzed from the Social Science Citation Index database selected from top six major educational technology-based learning journals(More)
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. The components are knowledge of 1) content, 2) importance of subject, 3) students' difficulty, 4) pedagogy, and 5) evaluation techniques.(More)
"Ionic Bond" is the title of the educational website development based on the Needham's Five Phases Constructivism Model. The title of ionic bond is one of the topics of the chemistry subject in the secondary school. The purpose of this website development is to overcome alternative framework for the ionic bond concept, especially among pure science stream(More)
Reflective practice is pivotal in ensuring the implemented process of teaching and learning are effective and benefits the students. Through the implementation of reflective practice, all weaknesses and strengths of the educators can be identified and action for improvement can be planned. However, previous research found that majority of educators only(More)
The process of teaching and learning geometry should be implemented more effectively because of its importance in students' daily lives. Therefore, a study that aimed to develop activities based on Van Hiele's phases of learning geometry using Geometer's Sketchpad (GSP) software was conducted. The developed activities were then incorporated into a learning(More)
This article discusses the factors which prevent secondary school teachers from using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) during their teaching of Mathematics in schools. Five factors have been identified based on literature reviews; 1) Self-confidence, 2) Time constraint, 3) Programs and training, 4) Facilities and resources, 5) Teachers'(More)
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