Adjunct Mode of Online Learning: Perspectives for Teacher Education Course

By Kamariah Abu Bakar, Rohani Ahmad Tarmizi and Siti Rabaah Hamzah.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

This research seeks to determine teacher trainees' perceptions of their computer knowledge, skills; readiness and attitudes towards an adjunct mode online learning; adequacy and quality of support and materials provided.

Keywords: Online Learning, Adjunct Mode Online Learning, Teacher Training, Information Communication Technology

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 10, pp.103-114. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 886.248KB).

Dr. Kamariah Abu Bakar

Kamariah Abu Bakar is a science teacher-trainer at the Department of Science and Technical Education, Faculty of Education Studies, Universiti Putra Malaysia, giving pre-service and in-service Chemistry/Science methodology courses for secondary teachers. Other courses that she has taught are Research Methodology courses for undergraduates and graduates and pedagogy courses for graduate students. Her research interests are many but most of her works are in: (a) Teaching and learning of science for K-12; (b) Integrating information communication technology in teaching and learning; and (c) Professional Needs of Science Teachers. She is currently working on setting up a portal as a Teacher Resource Center for science teachers which she hopes to share with Malaysian science teachers as well as science teachers of the world. She has published a considerable number of articles and co-authored books on Science and Pedagogy.


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