Lisa Marder stated that as you look at the painting and try to copy it ask yourself questions such as the following: “What color did the artist lay on first?”, “What kind […]
Learning environment refers to the diverse physical locations, contexts, and cultures in which students learn (Glossary of Education Reform, 2013). I believe that the ‘stiff’ learning environment affect both the teacher and […]
While browsing the Internet looking for the latest news on gamification in teaching and learning, I found a useful site at Education Executive on the article entitled: The prominence of gamification in education. […]
Do you know that in online learning, two main factors that will affect their learning activities is a time spend and skill? Justification of the study Learning time can be established through […]
Do you agree if I say, instead of learning theory, general system theory is a foundation of instructional design. Thanks to James Swanson for his video entitled System Thinking. Bertalanffy (1968 p.19) […]
EDU 4.0, are we ready? With the evolution of Web 1.0 to Web 3.0 and moving forward to Web 4.0. Based on the Chart from the Radar Networks and Nova Spivack (2007), each of the trends shows an average of 10 years of changing. Gradual changes from desktop to Web OS will affect the teaching and learning scenario. Learners will be more independent and personalise.
The study done by Zahari Hamidon, Abdullah Md. Noor & Raja Maznah Raja Hussain entitled Students’ Cultural Perception towards the design of the ICDM by Zahari Hamidon, Abdullah Md. Noor & Raja Maznah Raja […]
The learning Processes in ELT learning cycle synthesize from Kolb and Kolb (2017), and JL (2007) depicts the whole learning task to be performed by the learners which cover Do, Think, Observe and Plan.
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