Teachers’ Belief Towards the Principles Underlying the National Philosophy of Education in Malaysia

By Habsah Ismail, Ramlah Hamzah, Aida Suraya Md.Yunus, Hapsah Nawawi, Rosini Abu and Wan Zah Wan Ali.

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A study to explore teachers’ belief towards the National Philosophy of Education.

Keywords: philosophy of education, teachers’ belief, teachers’ practices

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 9, pp.91-104. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 934.465KB).

Dr. Habsah Ismail

HABSAH ISMAIL, Ph.D., is a senior lecturer of Educational Philosophy. This article is part of the findings of the research in which she is the leader. Her research interests include areas in philosophy of education, teaching and learning.

Dr. Ramlah Hamzah

RAMLAH HAMZAH, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Technical and Vocational Education. Her research interests include teaching and learning of vocational subjects.

Dr. Aida Suraya Md.Yunus

AIDA SURAYA MD. YUNUS, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education. Her research interests include teaching and learning of mathematics, computer in teaching and learning.

Hapsah Nawawi

HAPSAH NAWAWI, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Home Economics Education. Her research interests include Adult Education, Family and Home Economic Education.

Dr. Rosini Abu

ROSINI ABU, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Home Economics Education. Her research interests include teaching and learning of vocational subjects.

Dr. Wan Zah Wan Ali

WAN ZAH WAN ALI. PhD., is an Associate Professor in Educational Technology. Her research interests include teaching and learning and educational technology.

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