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Using Learning Analytics to Improve MOOC Instructional Design
Nurbiha A Shukor; Zaleha Abdullah
International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) Vol. 14, No. 24 (Dec 19, 2019) pp. 6–17
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) allows teaching and learning for everyone. This means that people from any learning background can join any of the courses offered through MOOC platforms. Although learning materials are offered for free, learning...
Pattern of reflection in learning Authoring System through blogging
Siti Khadijah Mohamad; Zaidatun Tasir; Jamalludin Harun; Nurbiha A. Shukor
Computers & Education Vol. 69, No. 1 (November 2013) pp. 356–368
This research study aims to identify student's perceptions regarding the use of blogging, the pattern of reflection involved in learning Authoring System through blogging and student's performance in tests based on the reflection's pattern. Sixteen...
Integration of Peer Instruction in Online Social Network to Enhance Higher Order Thinking Skills
Norasykin Mohd Zaid; Fatimah Yaacob; Nurbiha A Shukor; Mohd Mohd Said; Aede Musta'amal; Desi Rahmatina
International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies Vol. 12, No. 8 (Dec 24, 2018) pp. 30–40
Higher Order Thinking skills (HOTs) are important thinking skills for lifelong learners, active social responsibility and proactive employees in the 21st century. The rapid development of technology in education has made learning anywhere and...
Exploring Students' Knowledge Construction Strategies in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Discussions Using Sequential Analysis
Nurbiha A. Shukor; Zaidatun Tasir; Henny Van der Meijden; Jamalludin Harun
Journal of Educational Technology & Society Vol. 17, No. 4 pp. 216–228
Online collaborative learning allows discussion to occur at greater depth where knowledge can be constructed remotely. However students were found to construct knowledge at low-level where they discussed by sharing and comparing opinions; those are...