Diyana Jamari
Nonprobability samplingMetacognitionHigher educationCollaborative learningSociologyMathematics educationPsychologyPedagogyPerspective (graphical)PerceptionOrder (business)Higher-order thinkingSocial problem-solvingInstructional scaffolding21st century skillsLearning ManagementSocial circleFace (sociological concept)PopularityPreferenceOnline learningLearning opportunitiesComputer scienceProcess (engineering)MultimediaMedical educationSocial mediaKnowledge managementVirtual learning environmentExploratory researchScaffold
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#2Zaleha Abdullah (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)H-Index: 9
Last. Baharuddin Aris (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)H-Index: 8
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The use of social media is generally linked with negative implications; however, its growth and popularity should not be taken lightly as its existence has the potential to create learning opportunities in a platform favoured by students. With this advantage in mind, this study was carried out to answer the questions regarding popular social media among students, to understand their perceptions and habits towards the use of social media for the purpose of education. This exploratory study utilis...
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Provision of an alternative instructional platform has encouraged students’ involvement in online social collaborative learning that could potentially enhance problem-solving (PS) skill. There are many types of scaffoldings proposed by researchers to inculcate this skill; however, concern arises as a result of an ill-defined problem. Besides being complex than a well-defined problem, its uniqueness originates from the integration of domains in a problem and multiple solutions that can be generat...
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#2Hasnah MohamedH-Index: 6
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Research in the tertiary education has shown numerous studies conducted on the contribution and perception of social media in learning. However, studies that emphasis on school students' perception on the same topic found to be scarce. Therefore, with gender differences in perspective, this exploratory study seeks to identify the most used social media among school students, to unravel their perceptions towards the use of social media in learning as well as students' involvement with the teacher...
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Problem-solving skill is one of the 21st century skills needed by students to be competitive in the future working world. However, international assessment results have shown Malaysian students are still weak in problem solving and many graduates face problems securing a job due to a lack of problem-solving skill which is highly sought after by industries. Although problem-solving skills can be learned, enhanced, studied and mastered, these skills are still not sufficiently exposed and trained t...